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Carsington Reservoir

Volume 100: debated on Wednesday 25 June 1986

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asked the Secretary of State for the Environment whether he can now indicate the date on which he expects the final report from Mr. Roy Coxon on the future of Carsington reservoir.

Department of the Environment urban programme funding
1982–83 £1983–84 £1984–85 £1985–86 £
1. Stanney Grange Phase I Ellesmere Port19,794320,508203,8929,677
2. Stanney Grange Phase II Ellesmere Port179,120395,206
3. Stewards Avenue, Halton18,078153,044146,237
4. Castle Rise, Halton68,006155,139
5. Northwood, Knowsley260,700476,91713,783
6. New Street, St. Helens12,400331,447581,915388,817
7. Four Acres, St. Helens13,2666,812
8. Marsh Lane, Sefton287,788671,38736,354
9. Seaforth, Sefton110,736623,244328,400
10. Rivers Street239,159661,3371,205,207954,016
11. Central Birkenhead
12. Seacombe
Manpower Services Commission community programme funding 1982–86
1. Stanney Grange Phase I Ellesmere Port468,751
2. Stanney Grange Phase II Ellesmere Port313,270
3. Stewards Avenue, Halton407,703
4. Castle Rise, Halton151,119
5. Northwood, Knowsley658,653
6. New Street, St. Helens1,516,330
7. Four Acres, St. Helens266,688
8. Marsh Lane, Sefton1,439,304

Mr. Coxon has substantially completed his report upon the failure during construction of the reservoir embankment at Carsington. I will inform my hon. Friend as soon as the report is available.