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Housing Subsidy (Nottingham)

Volume 931: debated on Thursday 12 May 1977

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asked the Secretary of State for the Environment what was the amount of housing subsidy paid by the Exchequer to the Nottingham City Council in each of the years from 1966–67 to 1976–77; and what was the average amount per housing unit in Nottingham.

The amount of housing subsidy—excluding rent rebates and rent allowance subsidies—paid by the Exchequer to Nottingham City Council in each of the years 1966–67 to 1976–77 and the average amount per council dwelling in Nottingham were as follows:

Exchequer housing subsidyAverageamount percouncildwelling
£million£
1966–670·49613·64
1967–680·59115·88
1968–690·79420·73
1969–701·14628·39
1970–711·70939·66
1971–l722·02144·62
1972–730·82618·07
1973–741·07623·02
1974–753·03262·68
1975–766·271122·86
1976–779·554179·25
The amounts paid include the estimated entitlement for the year in question plus or minus adjustments following the auditing of claims for previous years.