HC Deb 18 July 1904 vol 138 cc253-4

To ask the Postmaster-General if the Gorey Towns Commissioners have objected to the proposed site for the new post office at Gorey; if so on what grounds; also if he will state where it is proposed to build the new post office; and if any alternative site has been suggested by the Towns Commissioners.

(Answered by Lord Stanley.) I have received a resolution from the Gorey Town Commissioners objecting to the site suggested by the local postmaster for a new post office at Gorey on the ground that it is not sufficiently central. No alternative site has been suggested by the Commis- sioners, but the fullest consideration will be given to their views before any site is selected. The site already suggested is about 100 yards from the main street in the road leading to the railway station.