HC Deb 12 December 1967 vol 756 cc113-4W
Mr. Lubbock

asked the Minister of Public Building and Works if he will circulate in the OFFICIAL REPORT a list of the premises occupied by the Land Commission, stating in each case whether the premises are freehold or leasehold, and giving the purchase price in the case of freehold properties, premium paid, the annual rent and date of revision in the case of leasehold properties.

as to how many motorists have been prosecuted for exceeding the speed limits on Kenton Lane, Ponteland Road, and West Road, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, during the 12 months ended October 1966 and the like period ended October 1967; how many were apprehended as a result of detection by radar meter; and how many were apprehended as a result of being followed by police vehicles.

Mr. Callaghan

The Chief Constable of Newcastle-upon-Tyne informs me that prosecutions were instituted as follows:

Mr. Mellish

The following premises are occupied by the Land Commission: —

Premises Tenure with lease expiry date
Government Buildings, Kenton Bar, Newcastle Freehold (£216,000)
Glen House, Stag Place, London Leasehold (1974)
Regional Offices
Government Buildings, Ty-Glas Avenue, Llanishen, Cardiff Freehold (£103,000)
Bridge House, Clifton Down, Bristol Freehold (£48,500 in 1950)
Concord House, Croydon Leasehold (1987)
Forbury House, Reading Leasehold (1987)
St. Clare House, Grey-friars, Ipswich Leasehold (1987)
Birkbeck House, Trinity Square, Nottingham Leasehold (1979)
Auchinleck House, Broad Street, Birmingham Leasehold (1981)
Royal Exchange Buildings, City Square, Leeds Leasehold (1988)
Aldine House, New Bailey Street, Salford Leasehold (1987)
Warwick House, Grantham Road, Newcastle Leasehold (1979)
Buildings K.1–30 Centre
South, M.6–50 Centre
South Cumbernauld, Scotland Leasehold (1987)
Total rental for leased premises is £167,000 a year. It is not my practice to disclose rents paid for individual premises, or other terms of the lease.

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