Hints from the Health Department. Leaflet from the archive of the Society of Medical Officers of Health. Credit: Wellcome Collection, London
[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for East Ham]
Housing Statistics—Position at 31st December, 1949.
1. Accommodation made available—family units:—
|(i) By repair of war damage||6,233*|
|(ii) By requisitioned premises||1,299|
|(iii) By new housing (including 384 cost of works rebuilds)||1,801|
|(iv) By emergency hutments||—|
* This figure includes 3,307 houses classified Cb
(War Damage) and rebuilt by Local Authority.
2. Families rehoused since August, 1945 2,840
3. Cases of overcrowding under Housing Act, 1936,
abated by rehousing since August, 1945 (included
in 2) 749
4. Total of current applications for rehousing 6,543
5. N ew Housing:—
|Dwellings Projected||Under Construction||Completed|
* After adjustment by Primary Education Plan.
INSPECTION AND SUPERVISION OF FOOD.
(a) Milk Supply.
Graded Milk.—Licences in force on the 30th September, 1949,
were as follows:—
Tuberculin Tested Milk—
Dealers' Licences 10
Supplementary Licences 3