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Residuary Bodies

Volume 116: debated on Tuesday 12 May 1987

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asked the Secretary of State for the Environment if he will give details of consents sought by residuary bodies for disposal of land or buildings for less than the best price offered.

[pursuant to his reply, 6 May 1987, c. 459]: Applications have been made in the following cases:

Greater Manchester Residuary Body:

The Greater Manchester Museum of Science and Industry; 18 residential properties in various districts.

Merseyside Residuary Body:

Land at Caryle Street, Liverpool; Gardners Row Business Centre, Liverpool.

West Yorkshire Residuary Body:

Land at Humboldt Street, Bradford.

asked the Secretary of State for the Environment if he will give details of all applications for the acquisition of land made to his Department by residuary bodies since their establishment.

[pursuant to his reply, 6 May 1987, c. 459]: Applications were made in the following cases:

London Residuary Body:

A sub-undcrlease of part of the first floor of 20 Albert Embankment SE1 55Ib High Road N17; Land at the rear of Western Arms Public House, W10; Part of 14–20 Glass Street, EC2.

Greater Manchester Residuary Body:

Part of County Hall Car Park, 32–40 Bloom Street, Manchester; sub-lease of 19 and 21 Dicconson Street, Wigan.

Tyne and Wear Residuary Body:

Part of 23 Megstone Court, Killingworth; seven sites in Gateshead area.