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Facilities, Brentwood

Volume 320: debated on Monday 22 February 1937

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asked the Postmaster-General whether he is aware of the shortage of accommodation in the post office at Brentwood, Essex; whether any plans have been drawn up for its extension; and, if so, when work is likely to start?

The deficiencies in the accommodation at the Brentwood post office are fully appreciated. Plans providing for a new post office on the site of the present building and adjoining property have been settled, and it is expected that building work will commence in the autumn.