⚔ ☢ Norman Baker: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence if he will list the sites in the UK occupied by the US, giving in each case the (a) acreage and (b) purpose of occupation. 
Mr. Caplin: The following table lists the sites made available to the United States Visiting Forces in the UK, together with their purpose of use and size in hectares.
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|Site/Purpose of use||Hectares|
|Main Operating Bases|
|Standby Deployment Base|
|RAF Church Fenton||Presence|
|RAF Daws Hill||21.12|
|Defence Estates Eastcote||7.76|
|High Wycombe offices||Presence|
|Marchwood Military Port||1.93|
|RAF West Ruislip||13.96|
|RAF Barford St. John Comms. Site||196.18|
|Botley Hill Communications Site||Presence|
|RAF Christmas Common||1.03|
|RAF Cold Blow Lane||0.14|
|Dunkirk Communications Site||Presence|
|RAF Menwith Hill||220.57|
|DCSA St. Eval||6.09|
|RAF St. Mawgan||5.16|
|Swingate Communications Site||0.22|
Those sites listed as "Presence" are where the US Visiting Forces have a small presence on site in certain buildings but do not have a measurable hectarage allocated to them.
In addition to the sites in the above table, the US Visiting Forces also have family quarters housing allocated to them, in a variety of locations in the UK.
This list does not include RAF Fylingdales!