Departing MPs from across west London claimed back thousands of pounds of taxpayers money to help them with moving out of their offices.
More than £14,000 was claimed back to cover their costs of moving out, according to the analysis from the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority (IPSA).
Departing MP Sarah Teather cost the taxpayer more than £2,500 in office repair bills so she could get her rent deposits back.
The former Lib Dem MP for Brent Central, who stood down from parliament, spent £2,130 in undergoing a complete refurbishment of her constituency office, including plastering walls and removing shelves.
She also had to spend a further £506 to dispose of some old lino.
In a report by government watchdog The Taxpayers' Alliance , the organisation said they disagreed with the amount of resettlement grant MP's get - six months' pay when leaving Parliament - but understood that "loose ends ought to be tied up".
Across the whole of the UK departing MPs claimed £646,000 in moving out costs, including £64,350 in repair work.
Although office rental deposits are not kept by the MP, winding up costs are paid for the taxpayer.