HC Deb 18 March 1935 vol 299 cc836-7W

asked the Postmaster-General whether residents living in flats in blocks of buildings in the West End of London are entitled to expect first delivery of their letters to be made at their own flats; and whether any distinction is made between such delivery of letters at private residences and the delivery of letters at business offices in the City and West End of London?


No hard-and-fast rule exists. Both in the case of blocks of flats and business premises it is the endeavour to make arrangements which are mutually convenient to all parties concerned.