Canlyniadau 1–20 o 264 ar gyfer speaker:Mr Patrick Buchan-Hepburn

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Works: Trafalgar Square (Starlings) (27 Tach 1956)

Mr Patrick Buchan-Hepburn: Experiments with a loudspeaker device are continuing. But even if these were successful, which I am bound to say is unlikely, the cost of a full installation would be very great. I am afraid I see no prospect at present of finding an effective method of dislodging the starlings which is both humane and economical.

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Works: Trafalgar Square (Starlings) (27 Tach 1956)

Mr Patrick Buchan-Hepburn: I do not think I could control the sparrowhawk or the owl, and if it were a stuffed one I think the starlings would get used to it quite soon.

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Works: Office Building, Marylebone (27 Tach 1956)

Mr Patrick Buchan-Hepburn: None as yet. The first stage of the building is not planned to start for about two years, and it will be at least six months before planning has proceeded far enough to enable me to make any decision on these questions.

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Works: Office Building, Marylebone (27 Tach 1956)

Mr Patrick Buchan-Hepburn: While I am entirely in sympathy with the hon. Gentleman in appreciating the desirability of providing artistic embellishment for suitable buildings, I must, of course, have regard to the cost. I will consider the matter directly the plans have reached a suitable stage.

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Works: Office Building, Marylebone (27 Tach 1956)

Mr Patrick Buchan-Hepburn: I will bear that point in mind.

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Works: D.S.I.R. (New Buildings) (17 Gor 1956)

Mr Patrick Buchan-Hepburn: As the list is long, I will, with the hon. Member's permission, circulate it in the OFFICIAL REPORT.

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Works: D.S.I.R. (New Buildings) (17 Gor 1956)

Mr Patrick Buchan-Hepburn: Most of the buildings are for civil work. I think perhaps the hon. Gentleman should look at the list, when I shall be very glad to answer any further questions.

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Works: Royal Parks (Car Parking) (17 Gor 1956)

Mr Patrick Buchan-Hepburn: Cars parked diagonally would require between 19 and 20 feet of carriageway for each line of cars parked, as against about 6 feet for cars parked parallel to the kerb. If suitably widened, the roads in Hyde Park and St. James's Park at present designated for parking might provide space for about 75 per cent. more cars. This would involve large expenditure and the sacrifice of many trees.

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Works: Royal Parks (Car Parking) (17 Gor 1956)

Mr Patrick Buchan-Hepburn: I certainly agree wholeheartedly with the last part of the question, but if my hon. and gallant Friend would look at the width of the various carriageways on which there could be diagonal parking, and would do a little subtraction, he would find that there would be very little road left; sometimes it is a minus quantity.

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Works: Jewel Tower, Westminster (Visitors) (17 Gor 1956)

Mr Patrick Buchan-Hepburn: In the first week there were just over 2,600 visitors. In the second and third weeks there were about 1,200 visitors each week. Since then the number has ranged from 500–800 a week. The Jewel Tower is now among the more attractive and interesting of the smaller monuments of London. I hope that as it becomes better known more people will visit it.

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Works: Jewel Tower, Westminster (Visitors) (17 Gor 1956)

Mr Patrick Buchan-Hepburn: I had not thought of the last point, but I will consider it. I shall be very grateful if any hon. Members can think of methods by which the Jewel Tower can become better known.

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Works: Jewel Tower, Westminster (Visitors) (17 Gor 1956)

Mr Patrick Buchan-Hepburn: There are certain buildings between the road and the Tower which are shortly to be demolished, and the Tower will then be more open to view. I think that will help.

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Works: Field-Marshal Smuts Statue (Unveiling Ceremony) (17 Gor 1956)

Mr Patrick Buchan-Hepburn: It is proposed that a statue to Field-Marshal Smuts, which is to be placed in Parliament Square, should be unveiled by the right hon. Gentleman the Member for Woodford (Sir W. Churchill) on 7th November, 1956. In addition to Members of both Houses of Parliament, guests to be invited to the unveiling ceremony will include Cabinet colleagues of the Field-Marshal, representatives of the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Works: Office Accommodation, Edinburgh (10 Gor 1956)

Mr Patrick Buchan-Hepburn: I think the hon. Member is referring to Saughton and not Sighthill. Any space which may be vacated will be made available to Departments now housed elsewhere in Edinburgh in accommodation which is either unsatisfactory or is held on short tenancy.

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Works: Office Accommodation, Edinburgh (10 Gor 1956)

Mr Patrick Buchan-Hepburn: The other Government Departments are well aware of that.

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Works: Northumberland House (10 Gor 1956)

Mr Patrick Buchan-Hepburn: The Victoria Hotel, now known as Northumberland House, forms an essential part of the War Office's headquarters in the Whitehall area. It has been Government property since 1950, when the owners sold the freehold to the Government. My right hon. Friend the Secretary of State for War is of opinion that it would not be practicable to have the staffs located on the outskirts of London.

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Works: Northumberland House (10 Gor 1956)

Mr Patrick Buchan-Hepburn: Broadly speaking.

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Works: Excavations (Reports) (10 Gor 1956)

Mr Patrick Buchan-Hepburn: In fact, the present fees paid to supervisors are intended to provide in one instalment for the writing of the report, as well as for the actual supervision of excavations. But I share the anxiety of the Ancient Monuments Board for England to ensure the early preparation of reports on excavations sponsored by my Department, and I am considering what further improvements can be made.

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Works: Excavations (Reports) (10 Gor 1956)

Mr Patrick Buchan-Hepburn: I said in my answer that I shared the anxiety of the Ancient Monuments Board for England, and that I am looking into the whole question again.


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