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NHS: Finance

Volume 458: debated on Monday 19 March 2007

To ask the Secretary of State for Health what the contribution was from the budget of each participating primary care trust to the London-wide NHS Reserve in each year since 2002. (122421)

The following table shows primary care trust (PCT) top-slice forecast outturn to London strategic health authority at quarter three, 2006-07. From 2006-07 we have abolished planned support and given strategic health authorities the ability to generate reserves from top slicing their PCT allocations. This topslicing did not occur previous to 2006-07.

Q3 2006-07 PCT forecast outturn topslice

PCT name

£000

Barking and Dagenham PCT

13,045

Barnet PCT

12,816

Bexley Care PCT

7,552

Brent Teaching PCT

12,015

Bromley PCT

10,952

Camden PCT

11,438

City and Hackney teaching PCT

14,840

Croydon PCT

12,462

Ealing PCT

13,042

Enfield PCT

10,294

Greenwich teaching PCT

11,235

Hammersmith and Fulham PCT

8,838

Haringey PCT

10,176

Harrow PCT

7,489

Havering PCT

9,352

Hillingdon PCT

9,045

Hounslow PCT

8,775

Islington PCT

9,932

Kensington and Chelsea PCT

8,034

Kingston PCT

5,924

Lambeth PCT

13,755

Lewisham PCT

11,719

Newham PCT

13,876

Redbridge PCT

9,114

Richmond and Twickenham PCT

6,629

Southwark PCT

11,819

Sutton and Merton PCT

13,553

Tower Hamlets PCT

12,268

Waltham Forest PCT

9,398

Wandsworth PCT

11,376

Westminster PCT

10,783

Source:

Financial monitoring returns quarter 3 2006-07

To ask the Secretary of State for Health (1) what the projected end-of-year revenue balance is for each primary care trust in England for the year 2006-07; [127956]

(2) how much and what percentage of its total allocations was top-sliced from each primary care trust's budget allocation in England for the year 2006-07.

To ask the Secretary of State for Health what plans she has to top-slice the budgets of primary care trusts in England for the year 2007-08; and if she will make a statement. (127958)

All national health service organisations are currently in the process of finalising their financial plans for 2007-08. We have made clear in the 2007-08 NHS operating framework that strategic health authorities (SHAs) will not generally require the scale of contribution to SHA reserves seen in 2006-07 because of the return of the NHS to overall financial balance this year.