HC Deb 22 July 1968 vol 769 cc48-9W
Mr. Dance

asked the Minister of Public Building and Works how many men are currently employed in the direct labour building organisation of his Department; and if he will state the numbers of administrative, technical and clerical staff, craftsmen, unskilled men and apprentices so employed.

Mr. Mellish

The number of directly employed industrial staff engaged on the maintenance of Government buildings and installations and in the operation of plant which my Department employs in the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland is 32,792. Of these, 14,130 are craftsmen, 18,137 are semi-skilled and unskilled, and 525 are apprentices. The numbers of administrative, technical and clerical staff are nil, 2,855 and 1,149. These technical and clerical staff also have duties in respect of work carried out by contractors.

Civil Parish Name of Monument
Aldershot, Crondall and Farnham Caesar's Camp (part in Surrey).
Alverstoke Fort Brockhurst.
Beaulieu Well House.
Brading (I.O.W.) Nunwell Down round barrow.
Brading (I.O.W.) Round barrow east of Eaglehead Copse.
Brighstone (I.O.W.) Two round barrows south-west of Calbourne Bottom.
Brighstone (I.O.W.) Group of round barrows on Mottistone Down.
Brighstone (I.O.W.) Group of round barrows on Brighstone Down.
Brighstone, Calbourne and Newport (I.O.W.) Group of round barrows on Newbarn Down.
Brighstone (I.O.W.) Round barrow on Sud Moor.
Brought on Chattis Hill round barrows.
Calbourne (I.O.W.) Round barrow 350 yards east-south-east of Ashengrove.
Chale (I.O.W.) Two round barrows on St. Catherine's Hill.
Crondall Heath Brow round barrows.
Freshwater (I.O.W.) Tapnell Down round barrow.
Itchen Stoke and Ovington Deserted village of Abbotstone.
Longstock Two round barrows south-west of Cleave Hill.
Newport (I.O.W.) Round barrow on Bowcombe Down.
Niton (I.O.W.) Round barrow west of Head Down Cottage.
Portsmouth Horsesand Fort.
Portsmouth Spitbank Fort.
Portsmouth Dockyard: the Block Mills and Stores 35 and 36.
Ryde (I.O.W.) No Man's Land Fort.
Ryde (I.O.W.) Fort St. Helen's.
Ryde (I.O.W.) Ashey Down round barrows.
Ryde (I.O.W.) Two round barrows west of Ashey Down.
Shalfleet (I.O.W.) Group of round barrows on Pay Down.
Shorwell (I.O.W.) Round barrow south-west of Chillerton Down.
Shorwell (I.O.W.) Group of round barrows on Cheverton Down.
Shorwell (I.O.W.) Round barrow south of Slocum Copse.
Ventnor (I.O.W.) Three round barrows on Luccombe Down.
Whitehill Round barrows east of Bordon Station.
All parish names are taken from the Ordnance Survey ½in. map.
By precedent the Isle of Wight sites have been shown under Hampshire. The Hampshire total is only 11.