HC Deb 10 May 1960 vol 623 c44W
Mr. Prentice

asked the Attorney-General whether he will take steps to improve the accommodation used by the Pensions Appeal Tribunals, England and Wales, in the light of the criticisms made in paragraph 105 of the report of the Council on Tribunals, with particular reference to waiting rooms, and the facilities for medical inspection.

The Attorney-General

The accommodation provided for the Pensions Appeal Tribunals in London has already been improved and I understand that the Council on Tribunals is now satisfied with it. In other centres steps are being taken, in consultation with the Council, to make the improvements required to meet the criticisms contained in the report.