THE Community Advice Bureau (CAB) may be forced to close if it cannot find cheap new premises by the end of the month. The bureau has been given until then to vacate its rent-free office by its landlord, St John's Cathedral, which wants to use the space CAB has occupied for 20 years for its Filipino social services programme. 'We hate to do anything like this, but we desperately need the space,' Dean of the Cathedral, Christopher Phillips said. CAB director Jacquelyn Hodkinson said: 'Unless we can find a company which will let us use some space I'm afraid our doors could close.' The service handles about 1,200 calls a month from people seeking counselling or consumer-related advice.