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Office Accommodation (Government Departments)

Volume 440: debated on Monday 21 July 1947

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asked the Minister or Works for what purpose the office accommodation at Cuckoo Hills, Northwood, and Lime Grove, Eastcote, is now used; for what purpose are the proposed new office buildings at Ruislip; and whether he is satisfied that existing accommodation at the other sites could not be more fully utilised.

The office accommodation at Cuckoo Hills, Northwood, and Lime Grove, Eastcote, is being used by the Admiralty and by the Foreign Office, respectively. The proposed new buildings at Ruislip are intended for staffs now in requisitioned residential and office premises. There is some space now free at Northwood, and its allocation to another Department is under consideration. The offices at Eastcote are fully occupied.