Departmental Assets

Deputy Prime Minister written question – answered on 6th November 2001.

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Photo of David Laws David Laws Shadow Spokesperson (Defence)

To ask the Deputy Prime Minister what stocks of (a) antiques, (b) paintings and (c) fine wines are held by his Department; if he will list such assets sold over the last three years together with the sale proceeds from such transactions; what plans he has to sell further such assets over the period of the current Comprehensive Spending Review; and if he will make a statement.

Photo of Chris Leslie Chris Leslie Parliamentary Secretary (Cabinet Office)

The National Asset Register (CM 5221, July 2001) provides full details of the departmental asset holdings across all categories of assets, including heritage assets, along with details of major acquisitions and disposals since the publication of the last register in 1997. The information published in the National Asset Register for the Cabinet Office includes No. 10 Downing street.

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