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Industrial Projects

Volume 126: debated on Monday 1 February 1988

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To ask the Secretary of State for Scotland if he will give details of industrial projects which are to receive public support in the current year in Angus, Scotland.

Information on individual projects which are to receive public support in the Angus local authority

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Grade 3 Under Secretary1
Grade 5 Assistant Secretary1
Grade 6 Senior Principal1
Grade 7 Principal112
Senior Executive Officer11
Higher Executive Officer231231322
Executive Officer3492353326
Clerical/Administrative Officer161318610128238
Clerical/Administrative Assistant27262922141371998
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To ask the Secretary of State for Scotland if he will publish a table indicating the number of administrative staff in his Department who have left before retirement for an occupation outside the Civil Service for each year over the last decade.

My Department does not maintain statistics on the reasons which staff may give for resigning, nor on the occupations which they subsequently take up.

To ask the Secretary of State for Scotland if he will indicate the educational background of administrative class civil servants entering his Department for each of the last 10 years by (a) state, assisted or independent school and (b) university.

My Department does not maintain central statistics on the schools attended by staff, and the collation of information from individual records would be disproportionately costly.

To ask the Secretary of State for Scotland if he will indicate, by grade and the department within his Department they joined, the backgrounds of administrative grade civil servants who have entered his Department from other Government Departments for each year over the last decade.

district in the current year cannot be disclosed for reasons of confidentiality. However, in the current financial year, payments to firms in the Angus district under the original and revised regional development grant schemes have to date totalled some £500,000. There have been no payments of regional selective assistance (RSA). Approvals under the revised regional development grant scheme in the period April 1987 to January 1988 have amounted to £400,000, associated with project costs of £800,000 and the creation of 130 jobs. Details of the offers of RSA cannot be disclosed for reasons of confidentiality.