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Mr. BUNCLARK said that, since writing his paper, three ash ponds had been completed at the station.
Mr. F. BINNS, M.P., proposing a vote of thanks to the Author, said he always found that the most useful and popular papers were the ones which dealt with the things that really mattered in the day to day work of the engineers concerned. The present paper was one of these, and having done similar jobs he knew the absolute necessity for laying down a basis on which to proceed because the state of muddle into which one got if one had not laid down such a system made it quite impossible to do a job of speedy building. The paper set out planning as it should be.
The section of the new Government Offices at present in course of construction will form part of a building some 540 ft. long by 250 ft. wide on a site bounded by Whitehall, Horseguards Avenue, the Victoria Embankment and Richmond Terrace. On the Whitehall front the building line lies well back from the road and passes behind the existing United Services Museum, United Services Institution and Gwydyr House. On the Embankment side a strip 160 ft. wide between building and road will be occupied by gardens.