§ 25. Mr. Grimond
asked the Secretary of State for Scotland the major alterations or additions which have gone to make up the £68,000 expended at Tulliallan.
§ Mr. J. Stuart
The main works carried out at Tulliallan were the provision of additional water supply and drainage facilities, the conversion of a kitchen into a dining-room and the provision of a new kitchen and outbuildings, the provision of a new transformer and boiler house and of new heating, hot water and electrical systems, new toilet facilities and miscellaneous adaptations and redecoration.
§ Mr. Grimond
As the Secretary of State is pledged to the greatest measures of economy, is he satisfied that this is the cheapest way of making provision for police training?
§ Mr. Stuart
I have been over the whole building myself. Naturally, a great deal of work has to be done to convert an old house into a building which will accommodate a large number of police. The local authorities are represented on the finance committee of the college, and the work was done in accordance with the committee's recommendation.