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Capital Expenditure

Volume 403: debated on Tuesday 8 April 2003

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To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Skills what the total level of capital support was for classroom replacement in each education authority in England in 2002. [107319]

I refer the hon. Member to the replies given on 24 February 2003, Official Report, columns 338–41W.

To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Skills what help was given to local education authorities in Somerset for the capital cost of replacing classrooms in each of the last three years. [107321]

I refer the hon. Member to the replies given on 24 February 2003, Official Report, columns 338–41W. Allocations so far for Somerset for 2003–04 total some £19.2 million.

To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Skills how much money has been allocated for capital expenditure in Selby in North Yorkshire in each year since 1996 through (a) the New Deal for Schools and (b) the local authority capital allocation; and if he will make a statement. [107038]

The Department allocates capital funding to local education authorities (LEAs) and their schools and not to individual towns or constituencies. Capital funding for North Yorkshire LEA is set out in the following table:

£ million
YearTotal capitalOf which New Deal for Schools1
1996–974.0
1997–985.41.0
£ million
YearTotal capitalOf which New Deal Schools1
1998–997.51.4
1999–200010.63.2
2000–01229.112.1
2001–0215.36.4
2002–0320.911.5
2003–0434.117.3
Total126.952.8
1Includes bid-based New Deal for Schools (NDS) up to 2000–01, and formulaic funding for NDS Devolved Formula (from 2000–01), Condition (from 2001–02) and Modernisation (from 2002–03).
2Includes £7.2 million Private Finance Initiative (PFI) allocation.