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House Building

Volume 986: debated on Wednesday 18 June 1980

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asked the Secretary of State for the Environment what information is available to him concerning the number of dwellings now under construction below Parker Morris standards and the number which would conform to those standards were they still enforced.

At the end of April, about 3,500 of the 135,600 public sector dwellings under construction in England were being built to below one or more of the standards based on the recommendations of the Parker Morris committee.