HC Deb 15 March 1910 vol 15 cc176-7
Colonel RAWSON

asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the Board of Agriculture whether he could see his way to retain the Ordnance Survey office at Redhill for the present, seeing that there were still nearly seven years more work in the neighbourhood to be completed, and that its removal would mean inconvenience and expense to over thirty households?


The offices at Redhill are in many ways not well adapted for Ordnance Survey purposes, and notice to terminate the tenancy was given in August last. No final decision as to the location for the new offices has yet been reached, and the Board will be glad to consider any representations which may be made to them on the subject.

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