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Council Tenants

Volume 226: debated on Wednesday 16 June 1993

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To ask the Secretary of State for the Environment if he will list for each local authority the number and total value of cash incentive grants made to council tenants in 1992–93.

The table shows the number of value of cash incentive scheme grants made to local authority tenants in 1992–93 under section 129 of the Housing Act 1988.

Local Authority cash incentive schemes—grants and expenditure 1992–93
Local authorityNumber of grantsTotal expenditure(£000)
Eastern
Aylesbury Vale18154
Basildon114226
Braintree1322
Broxbourne110180
Castle Point1691
Colchester129491
Dacorum29612
East Hertfordshire124531
Epping Forest224
Huntingdon22177
Luton120344
Maldon15100
Mid Bedfordshire111160
Milton Keynes110150
North Hertfordshire1668
Local authorityNumber of grantsTotal expenditure (£000)
Peterborough10101
Rochford18173
St. Albans119302
Southend18100
South Norfolk444
Stevenage19140
Three Rivers11286
Watford114167
London
Barnet1321,250
Bexley120369
Brent12214,000
Bromley17179
Camden1521,017
City of London1592
Croydon11362,337
Ealing1871,148
Enfield1711,368
Greenwich157583
Hackney173933
Hammersmith and Fulham1691,101
Haringey1691,449
Harrow147987
Havering117123
Hillingdon1781,846
Hounslow1711,034
Islington11192,759
Kensington and Chelsea141850
Kingston upon Thames17299
Lambeth146920
Lewisham125328
Merton127475
Newham151750
Redbridge18149
Richmond1841,382
Southwark115198
Sutton126462
Tower Hamlets125412
Waltham Forest152796
Wandsworth11252,481
Westminster1801,598
South East
Adur121302
Arun111110
Brighton121298
Canterbury120263
Cherwell1548
Chichester118214
Dartford19175
Dover124447
Eastbourne111176
Eastleigh116198
East Hampshire1580
Elmbridge1352
Fareham1476
Gillingham130359
Gosport1696
Gravesham1660
Guildford15132
Hart1492
Hastings113112
Havant110147
Horsham16102
Hove1788
Lewes115150
Maidstone15107
Mole Valley18112
New Forest116211
Oxford1341
Portsmouth11621,943
Reading123446
Reigate and Banstead111220
Local authorityNumber of grantsTotal expenditure (£)
Rother18130
Runnymede1240
Rushmoor128420
Shepway16111
Slough157580
Southampton168445
Spelthorne14321
Tandridge1560
Test Valley115215
Thanet18133
Waverley1476
Wealden110200
West Oxfordshire16107
Windsor and Maidenhead114150
Woking117365
Wokingham18160
Worthing1575
EAST MIDLANDS
Daventry770
East Northamptonshire20120
South Kesteven636
West Midlands
Malvern Hills110
Solihull423
Stafford1294
Wyre Forest650
South West
Bournemouth19165
Cheltenham25249
Cotswold534
Exeter549
Kennett440
Kerrier15
Kingswood15
Mendip10120
Penwith550
Poole15103
Purbeck220
Restormel18
Stroud10100
Taunton Deane21162
Teignbridge322
Yorkshire and Humberside
Hambleton218
Total3,09450,226
1 Expenditure fully or partially funded from additional £30 million made available to local authorities in London and South-East England as part of the autumn statement package to stimulate the housing market and help relieve homelessness.