§ 89. Mr. Deedes
asked the Secretary of State for Defence what recent review he has made of land held by his Department on behalf of the services; and what increase in this holding he estimates will be necessary for training a larger proportion of the services based on this country.126W
§ Mr. Reynolds
Our current review of training areas in the United Kingdom will take account of changes in the size and composition of the forces. Until this review is completed, I cannot say what extra training land, if any, will be needed.
§ 90. Mr. Onslow
asked the Secretary of State for Defence what advice his Department gave to the South-East Economic Planning Council when the latter were preparing their report, A Strategy for the South-East, concerning land needs in the area.
§ Mr. Deedes
asked the Secretary of State for Defence what was the total acreage of land held on behalf of the services at the end of 1966, and the end of 1967, respectively.