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Capital Projects

Volume 405: debated on Monday 19 May 2003

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To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Skills which local authorities are planning to use revenues intended by the Government for schools to finance capital projects in 2003–04. [113159]

The following table lists the 116 local education authorities who plan to use some of their revenue funding to support spend on capital projects in 2003–04, with the amount each authority has budgeted, as recorded on their section 52 budget statement.

£million
LEACapital Spending funded from Revenue
Barnsley1.36
Bath and North East Somerset0.51
Bedfordshire0.86
Bexley1.10
Birmingham1.98
Blackburn with Darwen0.74
Blackpool0.32
Bolton1.10
Bournemouth0.28
Bracknell Forest0.26
Bradford0.25
Brighton and Hove1.10
Bristol City of0.89
Bromley0.10
Buckinghamshire4.39
Calderdale1.28
Cambridgeshire0.39
Camden1.55
Cheshire2.30
Cornwall2.04
Croydon3.33
Cumbria5.11
Derby0.78
Derbyshire3.11
Devon1.75
Doncaster2.34
Dorset0.08
Dudley0.06
Durham3.62
Ealing1.17
East Riding of Yorkshire1.17
East Sussex3.02
Enfield0.49
Essex0.99
Gateshead0.68
Gloucestershire1.94
Greenwich1.50
Hackney1.19
Halton0.32
Hammersmith and Fulham1.70
Hampshire9.07
Haringey0.66
Harrow0.12
Hartlepool0.71
Havering0.65
Herefordshire0.13
Hertfordshire9.11
Hillingdon0.64
Isle of Wight0.34
Islington0.68
Kensington and Chelsea0.81
Kent1.38
Knowsley0.60
Lambeth0.93
£ million
LEACapital Spending funded from Revenue
Lancashire3.17
Leicester3.04
Leicestershire0.33
Lewisham2.60
Lincolnshire6.03
Liverpool1.57
Manchester3.37
Medway0.16
Merton0.38
Middlesbrough3.22
Milton Keynes0.79
Newcastle upon Tyne0.90
Newham3.53
Norfolk3.38
North East Lincolnshire0.44
North Lincolnshire0.84
North Somerset1.00
North Tyneside0.52
North Yorkshire4.34
Northamptonshire0.01
Nottingham1.60
Nottinghamshire2.69
Oldham1.01
Oxfordshire5.69
Peterborough0.16
Portsmouth1.03
Redbridge2.24
Redcar and Cleveland1.14
Richmond upon Thames0.50
Rochdale0.84
Rotherham0.33
Salford0.78
Sandwell1.03
Sheffield2.78
Shropshire2.23
Solihull1 98
Southend-on-Sea0.48
Southwark3 55
St. Helens1.57
Staffordshire5.33
Stockport0.91
Stockton-on-Tees0.99
Stoke-on-Trent0.42
Sunderland0.35
Surrey4.26
Swindon1.14
Tameside1.43
Telford and Wrekin0.27
Thurrock0.38
Torbay0.67
Tower Hamlets0.61
Walsall0.01
Waltham Forest3.61
Warrington1.32
Warwickshire3.86
West Berkshire0.47
West Sussex0.46
Westminster0.38
Wiltshire1.34
Windsor and Maidenhead0.14
Wirral0.97
Worcestershire4.64
York0.34
Total189.52