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House of Commons Hansard
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26 November 2009
Volume 501
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To ask the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government what percentage of staff in each Government Office are in SCS pay band (a) 1, (b) 1A and (c) 2; and what job titles fall in each such pay band. [300264]

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Each Government office has one regional director at SCS PB2 and between four and eight deputy regional directors at SCS PB1. The Government offices for the north-west and west midlands also have a deputy to the regional director at SCS PB1A.

As a percentage of the total staff employed in each office, this represents:

Percentage

Government office

PB1

PB1A

PB2

East of England

2.84

0

0.57

East Midlands

3.31

0

0.66

London

4.02

0

0.50

North East

2.60

0

0.52

North West

2.54

0.51

0.51

South East

2.50

0

0.50

South West

2.96

0

0.49

West Midlands

1.97

0.49

0.49

Yorkshire and the Humber

3.87

0

0.55

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To ask the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government how much funding his Department has allocated for (a) year end and (b) in-year bonuses for staff in 2009-10. [300433]

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The Department for Communities and Local Government has allocated £1,276,150 for end of year non-consolidated pay awards in 2009-10:

The Department also operates a scheme for all staff below the senior civil service under which individuals or teams may receive a small non-consolidated award in recognition of an outstanding contribution over a limited period. A formal allocation of funding is not made for this scheme but a limit of 0.2 per cent. of the pay bill is placed on expenditure under these arrangements. The maximum payment under these arrangements is £600.