Mr Rees-Mogg Campaigning against civil servants working from home in commemoration of Covid pandemic.
In April, it was revealed that he was conducting “spot checks” in offices to monitor occupancy. Senior mandarins were ordered to publish figures on how full their offices were in an attempt to name and shame the most inefficient departments.
Employment data showed that repression led more employees back to office for most departments. However, it turned out that he failed. in Some parts of Whitehall, with just half of tables in Westminster headquarters of The Ministry of the Interior took over of June.
Commenting on forthcoming property sales, Mr Rees-Mogg told The Telegraph: “We saw over in last year what expensive office space in central London is underused. Why should taxpayer to be made branch out for halfempty buildings?
“But moving civil servants to our beautiful counties and cities through Places for Growth Agenda Benefits Everyone by Improving the Quality of Civil Servants of life and assistance to economic growth outside capital.
“We cutting in cost of in public estate so we can return money taxpayer. All expenses on government property needs to be substantiated.”
Relocation of civil service positions out of London wouldallow more savings means the government is closer to the communities it serves,” he said.
property strategy also includes a commitment to invest £300 million in funding to open up small abandoned sites across England for Frame.