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Post Offices, Liverpool (Modernisation)

Volume 641: debated on Friday 5 May 1961

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asked the Postmaster-General whether he has any plans to modernise Crown post offices in Liverpool and, in particular, the head post office in Victoria Street.

Yes. All old-fashioned public offices in Liverpool will be modernised over the next few years as part of our general modernisation programme. The Corn Exchange office has already been modernised and work is about to start at the Ullet Road, and Park Place Offices, and also at the Head Post Office. At the Head Post Office there is to be a new glass counter screen and a new entrance vestibule, as well as internal and external redecoration, and acoustic treatment, and the work should be finished in August. The offices in Breck Road, Scotland Road, and Old Swan, also should be modernised within the next 12 months.