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Atomic Energy Estimates (Appropriations-In-Aid)

Volume 527: debated on Tuesday 18 May 1954

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asked the Minister of Works from what source it is estimated that the appropriations-in-aid amounting to £1,579,000 in connection with the Estimates for Atomic Energy will be provided.

It is estimated that appropriations-in-aid of the Vote for Atomic Energy for 1954–55 will be received from the following sources:

Canteen and Hostel Receipts523,000
Housing Estate Receipts213,000
Radio-Chemical Centre Receipts171,000
Sales of Radioactive Isotopes150,000
Assisted Travel Receipts78,000
Sales of Electronic Equipment70,000
Receipts for research undertaken on behalf of other Government Departments70,000
Rentals for Capital Assistance Schemes42,000
Sundry Receipts (including sales of surplus stores)262,000
As stated in the Estimate, certain receipts are not disclosed for security reasons and the estimate of expenditure is reduced accordingly.