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Council House Sales

Volume 19: debated on Friday 12 March 1982

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asked the Secretary of State for the Environment what is his most recent estimate of the numbers of local authority flats and maisonettes that have been sold under the right-to-buy legislation.

It is estimated from information supplied by local authorities that 370 sales of flats in England and Wales were completed during the period 3 October 1980 to 31 December 1981 under the right-to-buy provisions of the Housing Act 1980.

asked the Secretary of State for the Environment if he will list those local authorities that have succeeded in fixing service charges and have, as a result, sold flats and maisonettes under the right-to-buy legislation.

The following list of authorities in England have reported the sale of flats in the period up to 31 December 1981 under the right-to-buy provisions of the Housing Act 1980.

AllerdaleMendip
ArunMerton
AshfordMilton Keynes
Aylesbury ValeMole Valley
Berwick upon TweedNorth Wiltshire
BlackburnOxford
BournemouthPenwith
BristolPlymouth
ChesterPortsmouth
City of LondonPreston
CleethorpesRichmond upon Thames
ColchesterRochester upon Medway
CongletonRunnymede
CoventryRyedale
CrawleySt. Albans
DartfordSevenoaks
EalingSlough
East CambridgeshireSouthampton
East HampshireSpelthorne
East LindseyStevenage
East NorthamptonshireSurrey Heath
FarehamSwale
GloucesterTandridge
OraveshamTaunton Deane
Great YarmouthTendring
Hammersmith and FulhamTewkesbury
HaringeyThanet
HaveringTunbridge Wells
HartsmereWandsworth
HoveWestminster
HuntingdonWest Somerset
HyndburnWeymouth
Kensington and ChelseaWorcester
Lewes