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Admiralty Building (Restoration)

Volume 466: debated on Monday 4 July 1949

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asked the Minister of Works when it is intended to restore the damaged part of the Admiralty facing the Horse Guards Parade so that it will no longer spoil the look of the rest of the building.

I cannot yet say when the damaged part of the Admiralty building facing the Horse Guards Parade will be restored. The restoration work still necessary consists mainly of resurfacing in brick and stone. Stone masons would be required for this work but all those at present available are needed on other more important works, such as the rebuilding of the House of Commons.