HMRC to move into new Hub in Edinburgh

Published: 18 July 2019

HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) will be the largest department based at the flagship UK Government Hub in Edinburgh, now dubbed “Queen Elizabeth House”, when the first teams start to move in from April 2020.

Scottish Secretary David Mundell has announced the name of the new building, a seven-storey, 190,000 square feet office space located near Edinburgh’s Waverley Station which was officially handed over last month.

It will bring together nearly 3,000 UK Government civil servants from a range of UK Government departments from next spring.

I am absolutely delighted that Her Majesty has agreed to the naming of the new UK Government Hub in Edinburgh as ‘Queen Elizabeth House...

David Mundell, Secretary of State for Scotland, The UK Government


HMRC is delivering the Edinburgh Hub on behalf of the UK Government and will be the largest department based there. Working with the Government Property Agency (GPA), HMRC is playing a leading role in delivering the hub programme for the UK Government...

Full story via Scottish Financial News


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