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Job Retention And Rehabilitation Pilots

Volume 403: debated on Monday 7 April 2003

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To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions (1) how much has been spent so far on the job retention and rehabilitation pilots; if he will list the pilots and their (a) costs and (b) locations; and how many pilots, in which locations, are planned for 2003–04; [104719](2) how much has been spent so far on the job retention and rehabilitation pilots; if he will list the pilots and their

(a) costs and (b) locations; and how many pilots, in which locations, are planned for 2003–04. [104720]

The Job Retention and Rehabilitation Pilot will run from April 2003 for up to two years. It will test the effectiveness of different intervention strategies in helping people return to work, and will be delivered in six sites: Birmingham, Greater Glasgow, Sheffield, Tyneside, Teesside and West Kent. The total cost of the pilot is anticipated to be £17.75 million of which £1,580,197 has been spent to date.