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National Building Agency

Volume 930: debated on Wednesday 20 April 1977

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asked the Secretary of State for the Environment whether he will give details of the work carried out by the National Building Agency for which it received a £330,000 grant in aid from his Department in 1976–77.

The 1976–77 grant in aid funded the following work: (i) advisory studies and publications to give guidance and support to the housing association movement, and help to self-build housing associations; (ii) housing action areas and rehabilitation—advisory and support work for local authorities; studies, pub- lications, exhibitions and films on housing action areas; (iii) other technical studies, including work on small dwellings, starter homes, design and build tendering procedures, and the development of information services.The remainder of the grant in aid was provided to meet capital expenditure requirements and a proportion of the Agency's general expenses.