§ Major OWEN
asked the Minister of Transport what was the daily average and peak density of traffic as ascertained by the last traffic census, respectively, over the Conway suspension bridge, over the Menai suspension bridge, on the Caernarvonshire section of the London-Holyhead A.5 road, and at Llandudno junction on the Colwyn Bay-Bangor coast road?
§ Mr. HORE-BELISHA
A traffic census was taken during the week ended 18th August, 1935, at the Anglesey approach to the Menai suspension bridge, at five points on the Caernarvonshire section of the London-Holyhead road (A.5), and at a point at Llandudno Junction on the Colwyn Bay-Bangor coast road (A.55). The daily average and the peak density of traffic recorded at the census points between the hours of 6 a.m. and 10 p.m. are shown in the appended table. The daily average figures shown for road A.5 include the results recorded at all five census points. No census was taken of traffic passing over Conway suspension bridge.
office accommodation provided for His Majesty's Inspector of Taxes and his staff at Deanery Road, Stratford, E.15, is unsatisfactory and overcrowded; and whether it is proposed to obtain a change of accommodation?433W
§ Mr. R. S. HUDSON
(for the First Commissioner of Works): Proposals are under consideration for improving the conditions in this building and, pending these improvements being carlied out, it is not proposed to rehouse the staff.