Crown Prosecution Service: Leases

Attorney-General written question – answered on 17th November 2010.

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Photo of Chuka Umunna Chuka Umunna Labour, Streatham

To ask the Attorney-General in respect of which properties rented for Crown Prosecution Service offices the lease will expire in the next two years.

Photo of Edward Garnier Edward Garnier The Solicitor-General

The following offices have lease expiries occurring between November 2010 and November 2012:

1. Stocklund House, Carlisle-January 2011

2. St Georges House, Wolverhampton-January 2011

3. St Leonards Road, Eastbourne-March 2011

4. Princess House, Swansea-September 2011

5. Beaumont House, Northampton-October 2011

6. Black Horse House, Eastleigh-November 2011

7. Rossmore House, Leamington Spa-February 2012

8. Sunlight House, Manchester-March 2012

9. Froomsgate House, Bristol-June 2012

10. Oxford House, Bournemouth-September 2012.

The lease at St Peters House, Derby, expired in March 2010. However we are continuing to occupy the site.

In addition to the offices above the following buildings have lease break options occurring over the next two years:

1. Blackpool-rolling six month break

2. Mansfield-March 2011

3. Birkenhead-April 2011 (exercised)

4. Harrogate-June 2011 (exercised)

5. Warrington-August 2011

6. Liverpool, Royal Liver Building-January 2012

7. Middlesbrough-March 2012

8. Brighton-October 2012.

The Department has agreements to occupy space which expire over the next two years with other Government Departments for the following sites:

1. Stocklund House, Carlisle-expired March 2009 (subject to Treasury approval will take new lease from landlord)

2. Riverside Chambers, Taunton-January 2011 (intend to take new Moto will expire 2016)

3. Lysnoweth, Truro-March 2011

4. Newgate House, Rochdale-March 2011

5. New Kings Beam House, Southwark-March 2011

6. Western Range, Southampton-March 2011

7. Ralli Quays, Salford-December 2011

8. Elvet House, Durham-March 2012

9. Heritage House, Grimsby-March 2012.

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