§ 79. Mr. Kelly
asked the First Commissioner of Works whether he is aware of the most unsuitable office accommodation provided for the staff of His Majesty's-inspector of taxes, 10, Park Road, Chorley, Lancashire, and that the present building was condemned as unsuitable by his Department some years ago; and whether, in view of the complete lack of progress in finding suitable alternative accommodation, he will consider the erection of a Crown building, as has been done in the case of the local Employment Exchange and the post office?
§ Sir P. Sassoon
I am aware that the accommodation provided for the inspector of taxes at Chorley is poor and below standard, and every effort will be made to provide suitable alternative accommodation as early as possible. Having regard to the comparatively small area of accommodation required, it is not desirable to erect a Crown building if that course can be avoided.