HC Deb 10 December 1900 vol 88 c348
MR. KEARLEY (Devonport)

I bog to ask the Secretary to the Treasury, as representing the Postmaster General, whether he has received complaints from the inhabitants of Keyham Barton, Devonport, as to the inadequacy of the postal facilities in this district, affecting both the lateness of the morning delivery of letters and general postal accommodation; and whether, in view of the fact that a thousand new houses have recently been erected and occupied, he will arrange for a sub-office and pillar boxes to be more centrally placed in order to spare the residents the inconvenience occasioned, by the existing arrangements.


The Postmaster General has received, complaints from the inhabitants of Key-ham Barton respecting the postal facilities in the district, and inquiry is being made on the subject. The hon. Member shall be informed of the result as soon as possible.