HC Deb 01 December 1952 vol 508 c112W
66. Lady Tweedsmuir

asked the Minister of National Insurance why the National Assistance Board in Aberdeen are moving from 51, Regent Quay to 41½, Union Street; and what rent is being paid for the new premises.

Mr. Peake

I am informed by the Board that they are not giving up the office in Regent Quay. But as they require additional accommodation in Aberdeen the Ministry of Works are providing it in a building leased by them in Union Street. It is not the practice to disclose the rents paid for Government premises.