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Revenue and Customs: Scotland

Volume 478: debated on Monday 23 June 2008

To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer at which locations HM Revenue and Customs provide public enquiry services in Scotland. (212915)

HM Revenue and Customs provide face to face public Enquiry Centres at the following locations in Scotland.

Aberdeen

Ayr

Buckie

Coatbridge

Dumbarton

Dumfries

Dundee

Dunfermline

Dunoon

East Kilbride

Edinburgh—Elgin

Falkirk

Galashiels

Glasgow

Glenrothes

Greenock

Hamilton

Hawick

Inverness

Irvine

Kirkcaldy

Livingstone

Motherwell

Paisley

Perth

Peterhead

Rothesay

Stirling

Wick.

To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what recent estimate he has made of the value of HM Revenue and Customs property holdings in Scotland, broken down by site. (212916)

Through the grant of the Strategic Transfer of the Estate to the Private Sector (STEPS) contract, the vast majority of HM Revenue and Customs' (HMRC) property holdings were transferred to Mapeley on 2 April 2001. As a result of this HMRC no longer undertakes formal property valuation appraisals of its property holdings and therefore does not have a recent estimate of the value of such holdings in Scotland.