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To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer
(1) what occupation costs of each type are incurred for each property used by his Department;
(2) what the names and locations are of all properties used by officials of his Department; whether those properties are (a) owned by the Department, (b) leased by the Department and (c) subject to a private finance initiative agreement; when existing lease agreements relating to such properties are due to expire; and what the total floor space is of each property;
(3) what the (a) total floor space and (b) floor space measured in square metres per full-time equivalent post is of properties used by his Department.
Please refer for answers to the State of the Estate Report 2011, as published on: