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Communities and Local Government written question – answered on 25th February 2013.

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Photo of Priti Patel Priti Patel Conservative, Witham

To ask the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government how many staff are based in each property used by his Department.

Photo of Brandon Lewis Brandon Lewis The Parliamentary Under-Secretary for Communities and Local Government

My Department had the following numbers of staff in each property used by the Department as of 31 January 2013:

Building Numbers of staff
Eland House—London 1,275
Hempstead HouseHemel Hempstead 71
St Philips Place—Birmingham 66
Lateral—Leeds 39
Arpley House—Warrington 36
Citygate—Newcastle 35
Temple Quay House—Bristol 34
Cumberland Place—Nottingham 24
Princes Dock—Liverpool 22
Mast House—Plymouth 19
Eastbrook—Cambridge 18
Ashdown House—Hastings 17
Rivergate—Bristol 16
Vulcan House—Sheffield 14
Longbrook House—Exeter 13
No. 1 Piccadilly—Manchester 11
Lysnoweth—Truro 10
Other locations 9
Total 1,729

In eight locations (Eland House London, Bridge House Guildford, Hempstead House Hemel Hempstead, City Gate Newcastle, Rivergate House Bristol, Lateral Leeds, Mast House Plymouth and St Philips Place Birmingham) DCLG is the leaseholder for the property; and the remainder are properties leased to other Government Departments and we have sub-let some space from them.

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