HC Deb 13 July 1904 vol 137 c1489

I beg to ask the Postmaster-General whether he is aware that discontent exists amongst the inhabitants of Bangor, county Down, with the post office accommodation there; and that representations have already been made to the postal authorities complaining of the inconvenience caused to the residents owing to the limited proportions of the present post office; and whether, in view of the needs of this growing community in the matter of post office accommodation, immediate steps will be taken to have a new building erected.


A representation was made early this year upon this subject by the Urban District Council of Bangor (county Down), when I pointed out to them that the office was provided as recently as 1901, and that the accommodation was still ample to meet the requirements of the public at normal times. I do not consider that a new office is necessary at present.