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Police Stations

Volume 202: debated on Tuesday 21 January 1992

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To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how much money has been spent in each of the last five years on (a) the building and (b) the upgrading of police stations in Northern Ireland.

The information is not available in the form requested and could only be obtained at disproportionate cost. The total amount spent by the police authority for Northern Ireland on the police building programme, including the building and upgrading of police stations, in each of the last five years is:

YearMajor new worksMinor new worksMaintenance
£K£K£K
1986–876,1331,6263,924
1987–8816,0822,1463,919
1988–8916,7392,1843,553
1989–9019,3771,6243,262
1990–9120,7742,7334,134

To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how much has been made available for capital spending to schools in (a) the controlled sector,(b) the maintained sector, (c) the voluntary sector and (d) classed as integrated in each of the education and library board areas in each of the last five years.

:The information is:

Department of Education Capital Grant to Affiliated GAA ClubsSports Council for Northern Ireland
Financial yearClub/Equipment GrantsAdministration Coaching Grants
£££
1986–8759,6426,42813,979
1987–8848,6504,60021,966
1988–8935,3374,46718,995
1989–9053,9286,97422,433
1990–911,2735,84829,373