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Neighbourhood Warden Schemes (Lancashire)

Volume 402: debated on Friday 4 April 2003

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To ask the Deputy Prime Minister which councils in Lancashire have (i) applied for funding for a Neighbourhood Warden Scheme and (ii) been unsuccessful in obtaining this funding. [107143]

The following councils applied for Neighbourhood, Street and Street Crime Warden funding: West Lancashire DC (two), Bolton MBC (two), Burnley BC, Wyre BC, Bury MBC (three), Lancashire City, Preston BC (two), Blackpool BC (two), Blackburn BC and South Ribble BC.There were also two other organisations that applied for funding that were not councils. These were Hyndburn FIRST, which is a Crime and Disorder Partnership and Initiative Burnley which is a Town Centre Partnership. Both of these were successful.There were seven unsuccessful bids. These were in Bolton, Bury, Preston, West Lancashire, Blackpool, Blackburn and South Ribble.