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Housing Executive

Volume 114: debated on Monday 6 April 1987

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asked the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland (1) what was the allocation of funds to the Northern Ireland Housing Executive for capital works to existing dwellings as at 1 April 1986;(2) what was the outturn figure for capital works carried out to existing dwellings owned by the Northern Ireland Housing Executive as at 31 March 1987;(3) what was the funding allocation to the Northern Ireland Housing Executive for capital works to existing dwellings in the south region as at 1 April 1986;(4) what was the outturn figure for capital works to existing dwellings in the south region of the Northern Ireland Housing Executive as at 31 March 1986;(5) if the normal accounting procedures of the Northern Ireland Housing Executive were implemented in relation to a payment from the Masonic Housing Associaton an respect of a housing development in Donaghadee; and if he will make a statement;(6) what was the approved budget of the Northern Ireland Housing Executive nursery at Dundonald between 1983 and 1985;(7) how great was the loss to public funds deriving from overspending of the approved budget during 1983 to 1985 at the Northern Ireland Housing Executive nursery at Dundonald;(8) what was the period of the delay in a payment from the Masonic Housing Association to the Northern Ireland Housing Executive for a housing development in Donaghadee established by a local government audit; and if he will make a statement;(9) what increased funding was requested by the Northern Ireland Housing Executive for capital expenditure to existing dwellings at the last autumn review; and what increase was allocated;(10) what increased funding was requested by the Northern Ireland Housing Executive for the south region at the last autumn review; and what increase was allocated;

(11) by how much the approved budget of the Northern Ireland Housing Executive nursery at Dundonald for 1983 to 1985 was exceeded.

These are matters for the Northern Ireland Housing Executive, but I understand from the chairman that the information is not readily available; I shall reply to the hon. Gentleman as soon as possible.