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Seaside Resorts

Volume 930: debated on Wednesday 27 April 1977

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asked the Secretary of State for Industry what proposals he has for seaside resorts, such as Bridlington, to create employment, other than seasonal work, in order to establish and maintain a balanced economy.

The Government's measures to promote investment and employment such as the special investment scheme and the temporary employment subsidy are available in seaside resorts as elsewhere. In addition, industrial development is encouraged in a number of seaside resorts, including Bridlington, by their inclusion within the assisted areas.