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South East Coast Strategic Health Authority: Expenditure

Volume 502: debated on Monday 14 December 2009

To ask the Secretary of State for Health what the (a) budgeted and (b) outturn expenditure of the NHS South East Coast health authority was in each of the last four years. (306768)

The following table shows the revenue resource limit and net operating costs for the South East Coast strategic health authority (SHA). The revenue resource limit represents the total amount of revenue expenditure that an SHA can incur during the financial year. Net operating costs represent the total net revenue expenditure actually incurred by the SHA during the financial year. For 2005-06, we have provided data for the two predecessor SHAs: Kent and Medway SHA and Surrey and Sussex SHA.

SHA revenue resource limit and net operating costs

SHA name

Revenue resource limit (£000)

Net operating costs (£000)

Kent and Medway SHA

2005-06

92,099

76,657

Surrey and Sussex SHA

2005-06

137,733

125,774

South East Coast SHA

2006-07

252,490

222,113

South East Coast SHA

2007-08

314,176

278,034

South East Coast SHA

2008-09

313,025

273,049

Note:

South East Coast SHA was created on 1 July 2006 from the merger of Surrey and Sussex SHA and Kent and Medway SHA.

Source:

SHA Audited Summarisation Schedules 2005-06 to 2008-09.