MPs’ Portcullis House faces higher repair bills


A report on how to fix a series of leaks, cracks and faults in the roof of Portcullis House is reportedly due within weeks after a “flood of water” inundated Parliament’s office building last month.

The building, close to Westminster Station and opposite the Palace of Westminster, was completed in August 2000 at a cost of £235m. When it opened in 2001, it was expected to have a lifespan of 200 years. MPs’ Portcullis House faces higher repair bills

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