Valuation Office.

Oral Answers to Questions — Government Departments. – in the House of Commons on 2nd March 1922.

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Photo of Mr Albert Atkey Mr Albert Atkey , Nottingham Central


asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer how many officials connected with the deceased Land Valuation Department are still retained in Govern- ment service; what are they doing; and what is the amount represented by their salaries, offices, and all other incidental expenditure?

Photo of Sir Robert Horne Sir Robert Horne , Glasgow Hillhead

The Valuation Office has wide and important Exchequer functions both for Revenue and other Government purposes; these functions are detailed in Command Paper 918 of 1920. The number of officials now employed, including clerks, is 889, or less than one-fifth of the pre-War complement. The cost for the current year is £550,000, but there will be a substantial reduction in 1922–23.


Is this all that is left of the Land Campaign of 1910?