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Technical And Vocational Education Initiative

Volume 175: debated on Wednesday 4 July 1990

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To ask the Secretary of State for Employment if he will list, by local education authority, the amount of money made available or planned for the technical and vocational education initiative in 1989–90, 1990–91, 1991–92 and 1992–93.

[pursuant to his reply, 18 June 1990, c. 464]: I regret that the information given in my reply of 18 June 1990 was incomplete. The correct information is as follows.Following is a table showing by local education authority the budgets available or planned for technical and vocational education initiative extension in 1989–90 and 1990–91.The additional information requested could be provided only at disproportionate cost.

Extension budgets 1989–90 London
£
Barking233,433
Barnet37,791
Bexley223,125
Bromley499,979
Croydon675,951
Ealing607,368
Enfield826,948
Harrow78,173
Havering712,951
Kingston56,285
Richmond171,174
Total4,123,283
South East
£
Berkshire1,888,050
Buckinghamshire1,556,313
Essex3,963,826
Hampshire4,089,115
Hertfordshire2,915,486
Isle of Wight273,423
Kent3,549,967
Oxfordshire1,235,000
Surrey1,463,191
East Sussex1,817,018
West Sussex1,511,363
Total24,262,752
South West
£
Cornwall1,310,463
Devon1,145,950
Gloucestershire1,298,761
Somerset1,192,075
Wiltshire1,296,233
Total6,243,482
East Midlands
£
Bedfordshire1,648,399
Cambridgeshire1,114,039
Derbyshire1,017,900
Leicestershire2,994,284
Norfolk1,818,302
Northamptonshire1,677,071
Nottinghamshire175,382
Suffolk1,143,000
Total11,588,377

West Midlands

£

Birmingham2,551,091
Coventry1,018,000
Dudley945,878
Hereford2,293,950
Sandwell754,630
Shropshire851,000
Solihull629,350
Staffordshire4,475,150
Walsall286,500
Warwickshire1,586,291
Total15,361,840

North West

£

Bolton755,425
Bury479,751
Cheshire1,289,000
Cumbria789,146
Manchester841,964
Rochdale475,000
Salford515,500
Stockport825,125
Tameside399,991
Wigan635,700
Wirral822,910
Total7,829,512

Yorkshire and Humberside

£

Bradford1,990,934
Calderdale510,000
North Yorkshire1,845,205
Sheffield271,030
Wakefield541,400
Doncaster91,680
Humberside175,000
Total5,425,249

Northern

£

Cleveland1,213,434
Durham1,725,826
Gateshead285,908
Newcastle652,571
North Tyneside504,592
Northumberland1,106,328
South Tyneside411,289
Sunderland1,112,234
Total7,012,182

Wales

£

Clwyd1,021,139
Dyfed392,557
Mid Glamorgan1,558,613
South Glamorgan442,653
West Glamorgan452,940
Gwent712,013
Gwynedd931,219
Powys265,039
Total5,776,193

Scotland

£

Ayr104,289
Borders206,025
Central9,500
Dumbarton70,800
Dumfries420,250
Fife899,376
Glasgow1,487,372
Lothian2,883,473
Renfrew1,188,631
Tayside82,882
Total7,352,598

Great Britain

£

Great Britain total94,975,448

Extension Budgets 1990–91 London

£

Barking366,973
Barnet232,000
Bexley341,685
Bromley683,274
Croydon732,384
Ealing750,794
Enfield826,620
Harrow216,000
Havering791,663
Hillingdon230,000
Kingston215,026
Merton97,000
Newham224,000
Redbridge165,000
Richmond298,905
Sutton

1

Total6,171,324

1 Development funding 1990–91 only £150,000.

South East

£

Berkshire1,908,986
Buckinghamshire1,892,778
Essex4,992,371
Hampshire4,274,138
Hertfordshire2,724,450
Isle of Wight323,289
Kent4,712,424
Oxfordshire1,340,700
Surrey2,234,785
East Sussex1,524,984
West Sussex1,772,089
Total27,700,994

South West

£

Avon910,000
Cornwall1,343,225
Devon2,458,501
Dorset325,000
Gloucester1,395,945
Somerset1,392,574
Wiltshire1,647,498
Total9,472,745

East Midlands/Eastern

£

Bedfordshire1,449,300
Cambridgeshire1,946,225
Derbyshire1,738,300
Leicestershire2,853,760
Lincolnshire433,000
Norfolk2,123,000
Northamptonshire1,715,939
Nottinghamshire418,000
Suffolk1,932,125
Total14,609,649

West Midlands

£

Birmingham4,023,579
Coventry917,195
Dudley942,583
Herefordshire2,293,861
Sandwell955,280
Shropshire1,554,925
Solihull694,027
Staffordshire4,800,305
Walsall821,996
Warwickshire1,653,847
Total18,657,598

North West

£

Bolton829,225
Bury544,681
Cheshire2,361,600
Cumbria1,176,979
Knowsley182,713
Lancashire870,000
Manchester1,317,125
Rochdale634,574
St. Helens238,000
Salford773,898
Stockport823,910
Tameside655,645
Wigan901,693
Wirral867,740
Total12,177,783

Yorkshire and Humberside

£

Barnsley690,331
Bradford1,614,797
Calderdale522,750
Doncaster424,000
Humberside555,000
North Yorkshire2,024,144
Rotherham261,000

£

Sheffield830,409
Wakefield864,280
Total7,786,711

Northern

£

Cleveland1,566,763
Durham1,965,268
Gateshead367,550
Newcastle670,960
Northumberland1,074,928
North Tyneside483,999
South Tyneside476,309
Sunderland982,346
Total7,588,123

Wales

£

Clwyd1,266,023
Dyfed1,026,726
Mid Glamorgan1,829,441
South Glamorgan1,067,911
West Glamorgan1,263,292
Gwent1,442,924
Gwynedd843,856
Powys1,266,023
Total10,006,196

Scotland

£

Ayr197,000
Borders316,238
Central245,000
Dumbarton292,000
Dumfries430,756
Fife1,008,907
Glasgow2,330,764
Highland155,000
Lanarkshire619,000
Lothian2,404,203
Renfrew827,354
Tayside300,000
Total9,126,222

Great Britain

£

Great Britain total123,297,345