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The Parliamentary Estate extends beyond the Palace of Westminster and covers historic and listed buildings north of Bridge Street.
The site of Canon Row, along with the buildings that stand there now, have a long and interesting history.
1 Derby Gate was built as the Whitehall Club a Victorian gentleman’s club house, now provides office space Parlimentary staff and the Commons Library
Norman Shaw North is a Grade I listed building which was opened in 1890 as the administrative headquarters for the Metropolitan Police Commissioner. Today it houses offices for MPs and their staff, and other Parliamentary services.
Norman Shaw South provide office space for MPs and their staff and was built in the 1890s.
The buildings on Parliament Street provide office space for MPs and their staff, with some of the buildings dating back to the eighteenth-century.
Portcullis House opened in February 2001 to provide new offices for Members of Parliament and their staff
This building became part of the Parlimentary Estate in January 2018, and will provide additional accommodation in the future.
Explore an exhibition of Gerald Scarfe political caricatures in Portcullis House.