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26 November 2009
Volume 501

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To ask the Minister of State, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills how many people in each age group resident in each local authority area in the South East had not repaid their student loan at the latest date for which figures are available. [301354]

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Borrowers become liable to repay their loans in the April after they leave their course (the Statutory Repayment Due Date, SRDD). After that date those with earnings of over £15,000 will repay, usually by deductions from salary. Those liable to repay who have not yet made a repayment will include borrowers whose earnings are below the repayment threshold, have gone on to further study or are doing voluntary work.

The table covers income contingent loan borrowers past SRDD with a known repayment or non-repayment position by whether or not they have made a repayment.

Income contingent loan borrowers past SRDD, March 20091

Age band

Numbers who have not yet made a repayment

Numbers who have made a repayment

Total

Bracknell Forest

Less than 20

2

2

2

20 to 24

190

410

600

25 to 29

150

1,070

1,220

30 to 39

50

100

140

40 to 49

30

40

60

50 and over

10

20

30

Total

430

1,630

2,050

Brighton and Hove

Less than 20

2

2

2

20 to 24

360

520

880

25 to 29

540

1,630

2,170

30 to 39

490

840

1,330

40 to 49

190

310

500

50 and over

60

70

130

Total

1,640

3,370

5,010

Buckinghamshire

Less than 20

10

2

20

20 to 24

1,190

2,430

3,620

25 to 29

1,050

6,240

7,290

30 to 39

240

500

740

40 to 49

120

210

340

50 and over

60

90

140

Total

2,670

9,470

12,140

East Sussex

Less than 20

10

10

20

20 to 24

1,040

1,660

2,700

25 to 29

970

4,530

5,500

30 to 39

290

590

880

40 to 49

170

250

420

50 and over

110

120

230

Total

2,600

7,140

9,740

Hampshire

Less than 20

30

20

40

20 to 24

2,570

5,290

7,870

25 to 29

2,220

13,830

16,050

30 to 39

600

1,490

2,090

40 to 49

370

770

1,130

50 and over

180

240

420

Total

5,970

21,630

27,590

Isle of Wight

Less than 20

2

2

2

20 to 24

310

420

730

25 to 29

280

1,250

1,530

30 to 39

80

180

260

40 to 49

40

90

130

50 and over

30

30

60

Total

740

1,980

2,710

Kent

Less than 20

30

10

40

20 to 24

2,710

5,050

7,760

25 to 29

2,380

12,930

15,310

30 to 39

740

1,680

2,420

40 to 49

480

810

1,300

50 and over

220

310

520

Total

6,550

20,790

27,340

Medway

Less than 20

10

2

10

20 to 24

470

950

1,420

25 to 29

420

2,020

2,440

30 to 39

120

270

390

40 to 49

90

170

270

50 and over

40

50

90

Total

1,140

3,480

4,610

Milton Keynes

Less than 20

10

10

10

20 to 24

410

830

1,240

25 to 29

410

2,110

2,520

30 to 39

130

220

340

40 to 49

60

100

160

50 and over

20

30

50

Total

1,040

3,300

4,330

Oxfordshire

Less than 20

2

10

10

20 to 24

1,270

2,240

3,520

25 to 29

1,240

6,570

7,800

30 to 39

430

930

1,360

40 to 49

190

410

600

50 and over

70

120

190

Total

3,200

10,280

13,490

Portsmouth

Less than 20

2

2

2

20 to 24

160

380

540

25 to 29

260

1,290

1,550

30 to 39

190

450

640

40 to 49

110

200

310

50 and over

40

80

120

Total

760

2,390

3,150

Reading

Less than 20

2

2

2

20 to 24

190

400

590

25 to 29

200

1,100

1,300

30 to 39

100

230

330

40 to 49

40

110

150

50 and over

10

30

40

Total

540

1,870

2,410

Slough

Less than 20

2

2

2

20 to 24

230

470

710

25 to 29

270

1,220

1,490

30 to 39

50

120

170

40 to 49

20

40

60

50 and over

10

10

20

Total

580

1,870

2,450

Southampton

Less than 20

2

2

2

20 to 24

340

500

840

25 to 29

360

1,460

1,830

30 to 39

180

440

620

40 to 49

70

130

200

50 and over

30

30

70

Total

980

2,570

3,550

Surrey

Less than 20

20

10

30

20 to 24

2,190

4,770

6,960

25 to 29

2,060

12,590

14,650

30 to 39

440

1,040

1,480

40 to 49

210

420

630

50 and over

90

140

230

Total

5,020

18,960

23,980

West Berkshire

Less than 20

2

2

10

20 to 24

310

650

960

25 to 29

230

1,740

1,970

30 to 39

50

120

170

40 to 49

40

50

90

50 and over

10

20

40

Total

640

2,580

3,230

West Sussex

Less than 20

20

10

40

20 to 24

1,470

2,720

4,190

25 to 29

1,380

7,510

8,890

30 to 39

360

900

1,260

40 to 49

220

420

640

50 and over

110

130

240

Total

3,550

11,690

15,240

Windsor and Maidenhead

Less than 20

2

2

2

20 to 24

310

650

960

25 to 29

270

1,630

1,900

30 to 39

70

120

190

40 to 49

30

50

80

50 and over

10

10

20

Total

690

2,470

3,160

Wokingham

Less than 20

2

2

2

20 to 24

360

910

1,280

25 to 29

310

2,280

2,590

30 to 39

60

150

220

40 to 49

30

60

80

50 and over

10

30

40

Total

780

3,430

4,210

1Table covers income-contingent loan borrowers past SRDD and for whom at least one year of repayment history has been closed off so that the repayment/non-repayment position can be determined. Excludes transitional year loans taken out in academic year 2008/09. Gives the local authority in which the borrower was resident at the time of application for student finance; this does not indicate current residence. Figures rounded to the nearest 10. Age is shown at the end of the last tax year for which repayment/non-repayment information has been posted, mainly end of tax year 2007/08. 2Less than five borrowers. Source: Student Loans Company