§ 24. Mr. WILSON-FOX
asked the First Commissioner of Works whether he is satisfied that the anti-aircraft station near the Serpentine, in Hyde Park, is still required for purposes of defence against hostile aircraft; and, if it is not so required, if he will order the immediate removal of this encroachment upon space which is needed for purposes of public recreation?
§ Mr. PARKER
The buildings of the station have, I understand, now been sold by the Disposals Board, and will be removed as soon as possible and the land restored to the Park.
Would it not be a proper thing to retain the station as an excellent outlet for the surplus cash which we have got at the present time?