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Capital Taxes Office, Shepherds Bush

Volume 173: debated on Thursday 24 May 1990

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To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what is the number of employees presently employed at the capital taxes office in Shepherds Bush he expects to be unwilling or unable to relocate; and what efforts his Department will be making to find other suitable work for those employees.

All the work of the capital taxes office in Shepherds Bush will be relocated to Nottingham. The number of employees presently working there who will be unwilling or unable to relocate is not known because staff have not, as yet, been asked to state their preferences about moving to Nottingham.The Department will make every effort to redeploy in other parts of the Inland Revenue or in other Government Departments those employees who cannot or do not wish to move.

To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what is the number of employees at the capital taxes office in Shepherds Bush he expects to be relocated to sites in Nottingham within the next three years.

The capital taxes office will be relocated to Nottingham. The number of employees who will move to Nottingham is not yet known.

To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what plans he has for the site of the capital taxes office in Shepherds Bush once the relocation to Nottingham has taken place.

The future of the site in Shepherds Bush following relocation of work to Nottingham will be for the Department of the Environment (Directorate General of Property Holdings) to determine.