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Office Improvements, Plymouth

Volume 244: debated on Tuesday 11 November 1930

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asked the Postmaster-General whether the alterations to the general post office, Plymouth, will provide more accommodation at the counter; when the work will be started; and will he order the night and week-end telephone and telegraph department to be redecorated and the accommodation for the messengers to be more hygienic?

The scheme of alterations to the head Post Office at Plymouth includes the provision of a new and enlarged public office; but I am unable to say definitely at present when the work will be commenced. The redecoration of the entrance to the boy messengers' lobby and the night telephone counter is already an hand and will be completed in a few days' time; and certain improvements in the boy messengers' accommodation are also being effected.