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Hampstead Heath

Volume 114: debated on Wednesday 8 April 1987

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asked the Secretary of State for the Environment if he intends to accept the proposal from the City of London to be given responsibility for Hampstead Heath; and if he will make a statement.

Decisions on the future ownership and management of Hampstead Heath will be taken only after

Net current expenditure per head 1978–79 to 1985–86
Expenditure per head 1978–79 £Expenditure per head 1985–86 £Percentage change in current expenditure (cash terms)Percentage change in current expenditure (real terms)
Greater London CL3693158·336·8
City of London2,76012,122339·2132·4
Camden162483198·157·8
Greenwich109279156035·4
Hackney138385179·047·5
Hammersmith and Futham152322111·812·2
Islington163340108·610·4
Kensington and Chelsea12925194·62·9
Lambeth148355139·926·8
Lewisham123266116·314·2
Southwark171411140·427·2
Tower Hamlets187403115·514·2
Wandsworth12923582·2-3·7
Westminster162370128·420·9
Barking and Dagenham21337977·9-6·0
Barnet19434477·3-6·3
Bexley20635069·9-10·0
Brent254587131·122·3
Bromley18832070·2-9·9
Croydon19335181·9-3·8
Ealing22141487·3-1·0
Enfield19033274·7-7·5
Haringey262606131·322·4
Harrow19535180·0-4·9
Havering20035577·5-6·1
Hillingdon23336965·5-12·6
Hounslow21341795·83·5
Kingston-upon-Thames19033877·9-5·8
Merton21032454·3-18·4
Newham236589149·632·1
Redbridge18234086·8-1·2
Richmond-upon-Thames18532977·8-6·0

the London residuary body has put forward recommendations following its current consultation on the four options.