Post Engineers Office,Bristol.

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing. – in the House of Commons on 9th October 1924.

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Photo of Mr Walter Ayles Mr Walter Ayles , Bristol North


asked the postmaster General whether he is aware of the conditions existing at the engineer's office, 238, your road, Bristol, which is a poor class warehouse, and not designed for an office at all; that the premises are over crowded the ventilation bad and the heating unsatisfactory has been abnormal during the past two winters; and seeing that the offices are in a dirty state and that there has been a request from the staff for better accommodation and in view of the better of the matter, will he investigate the disadvantages from which the staff suffer with a view to remedial action?

Photo of Mr Vernon Hartshorn Mr Vernon Hartshorn , Ogmore

I am aware that this office is now overcrowded and otherwise unsatisfactory, and arrangement are being made for the early transfer of the staff to other more suitable premises.