§ 2. Lieut.-Colonel Lipton
asked the Assistant Postmaster-General when he will provide better post office facilities in Brixton.
§ Lieut.-Colonel Lipton
Is the hon. Gentleman aware that he seems to be taking a long time in finding more suitable premises than the present quite inadequate Crown Office at Brixton, and does his answer mean that we have to wait until the end of 1956 before we get any improvement?
§ Mr. Gammans
I would remind the hon. and gallant Gentleman, who I know 1064 is very anxious about this matter, that I have had a special investigation made of conditions in Brixton, and the report I have received is that there is no delay whatever at the moment in people getting their letters. I am afraid that it does mean waiting until next year for a new post office because we have not yet got the premises which we hope to convert.