§ 30. Mr. HARDIE
asked the Postmaster-General if any developments are taking place for better post office accommodation for the Springburn district, Glasgow?
§ The POSTMASTER-GENERAL (Sir William Mitchell-Thomson)
In the absence of suitable alternative premises for the Springburn Town Sub-office, it has been necessary to renew the lease of the existing premises for a further year from Whit Sunday last. Quite recently, however, my attention was drawn to premises which, while suitably situated, contain a much larger area than is required for the purpose of this particular office, and the possibility of devising an economical scheme for using these premises is at present under examination.
§ Sir W. MITCHELL-THOMSON
As I have said, the suggested premises are too big for a post office, but the possibility of using part of them for this purpose and part for other purposes of the Service is under consideration.