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Buildings, London

Volume 486: debated on Tuesday 10 April 1951

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107.

asked the Minister of Works whether he will cause to be removed the dilapidated tin building, requisitioned by his Department, at the corner of Bread Street and Queen Victoria Street, E.C.4.

This building is at present in use by the Postmaster-General for garage purposes. As soon as other premises can be found the question of surrender of the site and demolition of the building will be considered as a matter of urgency.

asked the Minister of Works what apartments for residential occupation are included in the new Ministry building in Savile Row; what is the estimated rental value of such apartments; and for whose occupation such apartments are intended.