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Capital Allocations

Volume 124: debated on Friday 18 December 1987

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To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Science if he will make a statement on the amount available for capital expenditure on schools and further education establishments in 1988–89, including the voluntary aided sector.

Local education authorities have today been informed of their allocations of prescribed expenditure for 1988–89, and of the allocations for capital spending by the governors of voluntary aided and special agreement schools in their area. The allocations, which include an element of £55 million for new school improvement projects, are as follows:

Education captial expenditure 1988–89 Allocations for each local education authority

LEA

Capital expenditure at county and controlled schools and further education establishments £000s

Capital expenditure by the governors of aided and special agreement schools£000s

Greater London

Barking1,63915
Barnet2,0001,109
Bexley1,234617
Brent2,532467
Bromley40330
Croydon1,59540
Ealing1,174971
Enfield1,318383
Haringey2,33050
Harrow1,64325
Havering69270
Hillingdon918350
Hounslow1,24226
Kingston-upon-Thames1,695
Merton1,023
Newham3,0614
Redbridge3,71960
Richmond-upon-Thames277
Sutton627
Waltham Forest5,49811

Inner London

17,7671,641

Metropolitan Districts

West Midlands

Birmingham4,4071,847
Coventry6,15553
Dudley1,555535
Sandwell7675
Solihull700638
Walsall90736
Wolverhampton1,84927

Merseyside

Knowsley1,136720
Liverpool2,323652
St. Helens1,2112,823
Sefton1,450293
Wirral2,330290

Greater Manchester

Bolton1,2123,432
Bury4671,052
Manchester9,2692,585
Oldham2,8222,218
Rochdale1,4401,762
Salford3,430745
Stockport2,87850
Tameside71690
Trafford4715
Wigan3,508385

South Yorkshire

Barnsley34212
Doncaster42150
Rotherham69948
Sheffield7,189518

West Yorkshire

Bradford10,45786
Calderdale3,619
Kirklees1,48645
Leeds4,626
Wakefield3,57370

Tyne and Wear

Gateshead1,933884
Newcastle-upon-Tyne3,917105

LEA

Capital expenditure at county and controlled schools and further education establishments £000s

Capital expenditure by the governors of aided and special agreement schools£000s

North Tyneside2,129329
South Tyneside2,527106
Sunderland4,583224

Non-Metropolitan Counties

Isles of Scilly39
Avon4,277436
Bedfordshire1,630
Berkshire5,567492
Buckinghamshire6,1521,932
Cambridgeshire4,314345
Cheshire4,829515
Cleveland3,673170
Cornwall6,413145
Cumbria4,858429
Derbyshire10,7771,155
Devon6,262619
Dorset4,0521,421
Durham1,415150
East Sussex9,8152,091
Essex20,317831
Gloucestershire5,302536
Hampshire16,550288

Voluntary aided and special agreement schools Major projects to start in 1988–891

Expenditure (£ thousands)

Local Education Authority

Name of School

1988–89

1989–90

1990–91

EnfieldSt. Matthew CE18363
EnfieldSt. George RC15040015
HaveringSacred Heart of Mary7065050
RedbridgeSt. Anthonys5050020
ILEASt. Johns CE13635646
ILEASt. Thomas RC12735
ILEASacred Heart RC77067637
DudleyOldswinford Hospital420660170
LiverpoolKing David Phase 1150266
St. HelensNewton St. Marys RC6060
SeftonSt. Johns CE Primary90455122
WirralPlessington RC Phase 32001,1001,100
BoltonSt. Josephs RC, Horwich3813319
BuryRamsbottom St. Joseph RC4616123
ManchesterSt. Andrews CE291566
ManchesterDidsbury CE Primary311688
RochdaleSt. Vincent de Paul4214721
RochdaleRC Secondary Reorganisation54084975
SalfordChrist The King RC7575
WiganSt. Ambrose Barlow RC150160
SheffieldNotre Dame Phase 2318220
SheffieldAll Saints200170
BradfordBingley Grammar1716538
Newcastle upon TyneSt. Cuthberts RC Comprehensive40434237
North TynesideSt. Anselms188434228
South TynesideSt. Bedes, Jarrow10020033
BerkshireNewbury, St. Nicholas CE250250
BuckinghamshireHigh Wycombe, St. Augustine163
CambridgeshireShelford CE10075

LEA

Capital expenditure at county and controlled schools and further education establishments £000s

Capital expenditure by the governors of aided and special agreement schools £000s

Hereford and Worcester2,89261
Hertfordshire5,525467
Humberside7,0771,315
Isle of Wight1,663839
Kent7,134386
Lancashire12,80921,298
Leicestershire7,4191,036
Lincolnshire3,897125
Norfolk4,021253
North Yorkshire3,937100
Northamptonshire3,190132
Northumberland955178
Nottinghamshire2,461203
Oxfordshire4,673682
Shropshire4,465265
Somerset2,764559
Staffordshire7,469955
Suffolk7,014246
Surrey4,8591,660
Warwickshire1,375715
West Sussex3,0531,644
Wiltshire3,21535
England369,00055,298

Expenditure (£ thousands)

Local Education Authority

Name of School

1988–89

1989–90

1990–91

CambridgeshireElton CE20030
CheshireBishop Bluecoat35485139
CheshireSt. Benedict RC15031049
CornwallSt. Unys CE10050
CumbriaPreston, Endmoor CE30320130
DevonTorquay, Cuthbert Mayne137
DorsetPoole, St. Aldhelms CE200600250
East SussexHastings, Sacred Heart RC25050
EssexShenfield, St. Marys CE1091205
GloucestershireSt. Gregory RC14122628
GloucestershirePates Grammar Phase 2154104
HampshireGosport, St. Johns10075
HertfordshireBishop Stortford, St. Mary RC12022515
HumbersideBeverley Grammar180114
LancashirePenwortham, St. Mary Magdalen Preston RC Secondary4080
LancashireReorganisation Preston RC Primary3001,000250
LancashireReorganisation22020
LeicestershireWigston, All Saints CE28331
NorthumberlandMorpeth, St. Roberts RC11832650
NottinghamshireSt. Edmund Campion RC2119111
ShropshireBitterly CE26591
SomersetTaunton, Holy Trinity CE15022028
SuffolkBury, St. Edmunds, St. Louis8510570
WarwickshireKineton CE20065
West SussexEast Grinstead, St. Peters RC17044030

1 Expenditure for 1988–89 is included in the Governors column of the main list.