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Thames South Bank (Layout Proposals)

Volume 437: debated on Tuesday 6 May 1947

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asked the Minister of Town and Country Planning if he will now make available in the Library the present layout proposals for the South Bank of the River Thames, including the section where the new Government offices are to be sited.

I understand that lay out proposals for the stretch of the South Bank between County Hall and Waterloo Bridge are at present in course of preparation by the L.C.C., and I shall be glad to make them available in the Library as soon as they are far enough advanced to be informative. I am told that no work has been done since the publication of the County of London Plan on the layout proposals for the South Bank East of Waterloo Bridge, and I do not therefore, expect that it will be possible to give the House any definite information on this for some time to come.