HC Deb 06 July 1904 vol 137 c773

To ask the hon. Member for Chorley, as representing the First Commissioner of Works, if he will state what has become of the handsome stone colonnade (classical pillars, monoliths) formerly in front of Burlington House, Piccadilly, and removed by the Department of Works, and say why it is not re-erected in one of the Parks or elsewhere.

(Answered by Lord Balcarres.) The colonnade is lying in Battersea Park; the question of re-erecting it is now under the consideration of the First Commissioner.