Commit to fully vacating the Palace of Westminster during much needed renovations.
More over, commit to the plan which involves installing a visitors centre and conference spaces.
Why is this important?
To not move MPs and Lords out of Westminster would be a gross misuse of taxpayer finance at a time when the budget remains constrained. Not doing so would arbitrarily add 2 billion to the cost of renovations for no compelling reason.
Additionally, the government should commit to the full scope of redevelopment of the palace of Westminster. Including the provisions for additional public, corporate and educational spaces listed on pages 73 and through 75 of the "Restoration and Renewal of the Palace of Westminster" report.
Such provision would assist both in revenue and tourism as well as helping to educate people in the workings of our government and allow it to feel less removed.