Budget cuts and staffing reductions are causing the police in London England to re-evaluate their accommodation needs. One of the cost cutting measures being looked at is moving from their current headquarters, New Scotland Yard, to a smaller facility.
New Scotland Yard has served as the headquarters for London Police Since 1967. Prior to moving to the new Scotland Yard in 1967, the headquarters was located in the Norman Shaw Building (1890-1967), Great Scotland Yard (1875-1890) and prior to that at 4 Whitehall Place, which had a rear entrance to a street called Great Scotland Yard.
The name Scotland Yard has been synonymous with policing in London since the formation of the Metropolitan Police by Sir Robert Peel in 1829.
The move to a smaller facility would save the City of London in the range of 10.5 million dollars annually.