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Metropolis—Approaches To The Embankment—Question

Volume 203: debated on Monday 8 August 1870

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said, he wished to ask the First Commissioner of Works, If he can inform the House what steps are being taken by the Metropolitan Board of Works to open up approaches to the Embankment from the Strand and Fleet Street, and when such approaches will be available for the public use?

, in reply to the Question of the hon. Gentleman, said, he had to state that he was informed by the Metropolitan Board of Works that they were taking steps to open up two approaches to the Thames Embankment, the one from Villiers Street and the other from Norfolk Street, and the works for that purpose would be in hand at an early period.