§ Mr. Whitaker
asked the Minister of Housing and Local Government what information he has as to the amount spent on housing, as a percentage of its rateable wealth, by Kensington and Chelsea Council in recent years, compared with the Greater London average.
§ Mr. MacColl
Total figures for spending on all kinds of housing work are not available. But so far as the housing revenue account is concerned, Kensington and Chelsea made a rate fund contribution equivalent to a rate of 0.4d. in 1966/67, the last year for which comparative figures of actual expenditure are available. The average contribution of all London boroughs that year was a 7d. rate.