HC Deb 18 May 2000 vol 350 cc279-80W
Mr. Moore

To ask the Minister for the Cabinet Office if she will list the key buildings for which her Department(a) submitted and (b) did not submit green transport plans by March. [122619]

Mr. Stringer

In line with the target set in the Integrated Transport White Paper for the introduction of green transport plans for Government buildings, by 31 March 2000 we had completed a plan which covered all of the buildings occupied or owned by the Cabinet Office and its agencies, as follows:

Cabinet Office Downing street, 70 Whitehall, Great Smith street, Admiralty House, 36 Whitehall, Government Offices Great George street, 53 Parliament street, 10 Great George street, 4 Matthew Parker street, Hepburn House, Queen Anne's Chambers, Ashley House (all central London), Grosvenor House (Basingstoke), Sovereign House (Norwich), St. Clement's House (Norwich).

Agencies Civil Service College (Sunningdale and 11 Belgrave road, London), GCDA (Ponton road, London), CCTA (Rosebery Court, Norwich), TBA (Royal Liver Building, Liverpool), PACE (Trevelyan House, London; 28 Thistle street, Edinburgh; Lawnswood Park, Leeds; West Point, Manchester; 38 George road, Birmingham; Beaufort Court, Bristol; Steel House, London), plus the Col (Hercules House, London).

On 1 April 2000, CCTA, TBA and PACE transferred to the Office of Government Commerce, and the Civil Service College was fully integrated into the Centre for Management and Policy Studies within the Cabinet Office.

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