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Travel-To-Work Areas

Volume 81: debated on Monday 17 June 1985

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asked the Secretary of State for Employment, with regard to travel-to-work areas, what was the value emerging from the calculations of the measure commuting links formula for Silloth and Waver wards combined and (a) the Workington travel-to-work area and (b) the Carlisle travel-to-work area, excluding Silloth and Waver.

The commuting links requested are as follows:

  • (a) Silloth and Waver wards with the Workington travel-to-work area: 0·0016
  • (b) Silloth and Waver wards with the rest of the Carlisle travel-to-work area: 0·0038.
  • asked the Secretary of State for Employment whether, pursuant to his answer of 30 April, Official Report, column 107, regarding calculations of measure commuting links for travel to work areas he will set out parts (d) and (e) of that answer the factors Fab, Fba, Wa, Wb, Ra, and Rb as defined in Appendix 2 of the supplement to the September 1984 edition of Employment Gazette.

    The information requested is given in the following table.

    Waver with Wampool and WigtonWaver with Aspatria and Ellen