HC Deb 02 August 1951 vol 491 cc287-8W
Mr. Bossom

asked the Minister of Works if he will give the number, the amount of accommodation and the cost of all offices erected in London since 1945 for the use of the Government or the boards of nationalised industries, either by the Government itself or by some other agency but for lease to the Government.

Mr. G. Brown,

pursuant to his reply [OFFICIAL REPORT, 24th July, 1951; Vol. 490, c. 176] supplied the following information

No new office has been erected in London since 1945 for a nationalised industry, but a building is at present under construction to provide 146,000 square

the plums which growers wish to sell for canning, I am afraid it is impossible to provide any more tinplate.