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Chemists (Remuneration)

Volume 934: debated on Monday 27 June 1977

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asked the Secretary of State for Wales what role his Department plays in the current negotiations on the remuneration of chemists.

The lead in this matter is taken by the Secretary of State for Health and Social Services. I am kept

Increase effective for the year commencingType of married quarter
ABCD/WOVIVIII
1st April 197535·536·935·5 36·337·840·040·7
1st April 197622·916·816·58·317·617·818·4
1st April 197720·013·514·220·812·613·112·4

Note:

ORs Quarters

Officers Quarters

AOne bedroomV Three bedrooms
BTwo bedroomsIVThree/four bedrooms
CThree bedroomsIIIFour bedrooms
D/WOFour bedrooms

As I explained during the course of the debate on 16th June 1977—[Vol. 933, col. 599]—accommodation charges comprise four elements—rent, rates, furniture and additional maintenance beyond that undertaken by a local authority. It follows that there are no equivalent figures in respect of local authority housing.