HC Deb 22 January 1947 vol 432 cc42-3W
Mr. Keeling

asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the Admiralty whether a decision has been reached regarding the acquisition of Trafalgar House for the nation.

Mr. Dugdale

No, Sir. Various suggestions for utilising the premises have been under examination, but it has not been possible yet to reach a decision. The hon. Member will recognise that the character of the premises, their comparative isolation and their distance from the sea render them unsuitable for many purposes for which the Admiralty require accommodation. I will let the hon. Member know so soon as a decision is arrived at.