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Jubilee Hall, Covent Garden

Volume 978: debated on Monday 11 February 1980

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asked the Secretary of State for the Environment what factors were taken into account in deciding not to list the Jubilee Hall, Covent Garden as a building of architectural and historical importance.

Jubilee Hall was not found to merit listing when the Covent Garden area was comprehensively surveyed in 1972. The last Administration and this Government have reconsidered it on a number of occasions but the conclusion each time has been that it is of insufficient architectural or historic interest.

THOUSANDS OF HOUSEHOLDS—DECEMBER 1977
Age of property occupiedRenting from local authorityOwner-occupiedRenting from private landlords
Kingston-upon-Hull463519
Pre-191911512
1919 to 193911156
Post 19393451
Stoke-on-Trent427414
Pre-19191348
1919 to 193911224
Post 193930182
England*5,0109,1302,415
Pre-19192002,7601,680
1919 to 19391,1902,350390
Post 19393,6204,020345
Source: National Dwelling and Housing Survey (Figures exclude households renting from housing associations).
Estimates are obtained from a sample and, particularly for the two towns, are subject to sampling error.
* Estimates for households renting from local authorities include those renting from new towns.