HC Deb 27 June 1924 vol 175 c818W

asked the Postmaster-General whether he is aware of the serious condition of disrepair, want of renovation and inconvenience of the Chertsey post office; whether a decision has been reached that an entirely new building is required; and whether, in view of the bad conditions, he will put the new work in hand without delay?


The defects of the present post office premises at Chertsey are realised, and a site has been purchased for the erection of a new building. Subject to Parliamentary sanction, it is hoped to provide for the work in the Estimates for 1925–6.