The minister said he would look into the specific claims reported by Mrs Morgan.
He added a recent government plan aimed at improving service accommodation would benefit thousands of personnel.
The announcement, external included £400m over the next two years and an increase in maintenance staff by the MoD’s contractors ahead of an expected winter spike in call-outs.
In response to the MP’s claims, the MoD said: “There are no outstanding pest control issues at Clive Barracks and any reports are dealt with as quickly as possible.”
Defence sources also questioned the description of the units, denying that “shipping containers” had ever been used for accommodation.
The ministry has announced proposals to close Clive Barracks by 2029.
It is earmarked to be redeveloped , externalas housing.
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