HC Deb 10 February 1904 vol 129 c853
MR. COHEN (Islington, E.)

On behalf of the hon. Member for the City of London (Sir JOSEPH DIMSDALE) I beg to ask the Postmaster-General whether, in arranging for the erection of buildings on the site of Christ's Hospital, he will, by means of lay-byes or otherwise, provide facilities for the increasing traffic of the Post Office service, so that the vehicles of the Department can be accommodated without adding to the congestion of the traffic in the neighbourhood surrounding the site.

THE POSTMASTER-GENERAL (Lord STANLEY,) Lancashire, Westhoughton

Yes, Sir. In planning the buildings to be erected the object indicated by the hon. Member shall be kept in view.