Judges: Housing

Constitutional Affairs written question – answered on 13th March 2007.

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Photo of Andrew Dismore Andrew Dismore Labour, Hendon

To ask the Minister of State, Department for Constitutional Affairs which judges' lodgings are held (a) freehold, (b) leasehold and (c) by other arrangements; what other such arrangements there are; and if she will make a statement.

Photo of Harriet Harman Harriet Harman Minister of State (Department of Constitutional Affairs), Member, Labour Party National Executive Committee

A schedule showing rights of occupation is detailed as follows.

Property name Freehold Leasehold Licence Hiring
Birmingham judges' lodgings v
Bristol judges' lodgings v
Caernarfon judges' lodgings v
Cardiff judges' lodgings v
Carlisle judges' lodgings v
Chelmsford judges' lodgings v
Chester judges' lodgings v
Exeter judges' lodgings v
Kingston Upon Hull v
Leeds judges' lodging v
Leicester judges' lodgings v
Lewes judges' lodging v
Lincoln judges' lodgings v
Liverpool judges' lodgings v
Maidstone judges' lodgings v
Manchester judges' lodgings v
Newcastle judges' lodgings v
Northampton judges' lodgings v
Norwich judges' lodgings v
Nottingham judges' lodgings v
Oxford judges' lodgings v
Plymouth judges' lodgings v
Preston judges' lodgings v
Reading judges' lodgings v
Sheffield judges' lodgings v
St. Albans Judges' lodgings v
Stafford judges' lodgings v
Swansea judges' lodgings v
Truro judges' lodgings v
Warwick judges' lodgings v
Winchester judges' lodgings v
Worcester judges' lodgings v

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