The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for the Cabinet Office (Mr. Jim Murphy): Subject to Parliamentary approval of any necessary Supplementary Estimate, the Cabinet Office DEL will be increased by £1,735,000 from £224,409,000 to £226,144,000. There is no movement in the administration costs limits. Within the DEL change, the impact on resources and capital are as set out in the following table:
The change in the resource element of the DEL arises from drawdown of EYF of £550,000 and a transfer of £1,185,000 from various Government Departments to fund protective security measures relating to State and Government assets in central London.
The Deputy Prime Minister (Mr. John Prescott): Subject to Parliamentary approval of any necessary Supplementary Estimate, the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister's Departmental Expenditure Limits for 200506 will change as follows:
(1) The Office of the Deputy Prime Minister's Main Programmes DEL will be increased by £231,906,000 from £9,236,594,000 to £9,468,500,000 and the administration costs limit will also be increased by £48,107,000 from £287,251,000 to £335,358,000. Within the DEL change, the impact on resources and capital are as set out in the following table:
II. A_net_transfer_of_£16,790,000_from_Request_for_Resources_(RFR)_2 comprising of a transfer of £18,200,000 from RFR2 to RFR1 (£18,000,000 to non- voted Housing Corporation and £200,000 to Homelessness) and a transfer of £1,410,000 from RFR1 to RFR2 (£10,000 to Local Government Research and Publicity for the Central and Local Government Information partnerships and £1,400,000 to Best Value Inspection).
(c) £5,362,000 from Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs for additional core funding, Voluntary Community Sector (VCS) funding, Countryside Agency, Rights of Way Casework and SR2002 funding.
(d) £16,225,000 from Home Office to cover work on Crime Reduction Unit, Active Community Unit, Community Cohesion, Drugs Prevention Advisory Service, Communities Policy, Criminal Justice Intervention programme.
V. An_increase_in_receipts_of_£55,373,000 offsetting increases in provision of £907,000 for Emergency Fire Service; £200,000 for Fire Services; £309,000 for Housing Mobility Grant; £10,609,000 for administration costs; £12,706,000 for Government Offices; £22,000,000 for non voted English Partnerships and £8,642,000 for non voted Housing Corporation.
VI. A_transfer_of_£365,315,000_from_resource_investment_to_capital comprising £284,000,000 for Housing Market Renewal Fund, £5,805,000 for the Growth Areas; £37,500,000 for the Liveability Fund and £38,010,000 for Homelessness.
(a) A transfer of £36,479,000 from the voted Housing programmes to non voted programmes of £1,571,000 for West Northamptonshire Urban Development Corporation (UDC); £1,291,000 for English Partnerships URA (£791,000 from Growth Areas and £500,000 from Planning and Publicity), £9,215,000 to South East of England Development AgenciesSEEDA (£9,000,000 from Thames Gateway and £215,000 from Growth Areas); £16,000,000 to East of England Development Agencies (EEDA); £3,300,000 to Thames Gateway (Thurrock); £3,194,000 to Thames Gateway (London UDC); £195,000 to Other Growth Areas; £1,713,000 to Housing Corporation ( £713,000 from Thames Gateway and £1,000,000 from the Regional Housing Pot programme);
XII. A_transfer_of_£365,315,000_to_capital_from_resource_investment comprising £284,000,000 for the Housing Market Renewal Fund, £5,805,000 for the Growth Areas; £37,500,000 for the Liveability Fund and £38,010,000 for Homelessness.
XIII. A_transfer_of_£31,000,000_to_other_Government_Departments comprising of £1,000,000 to the Department for Education and Skills to provide GAP funding for Combined Universities and £30,000,000 to the Department for Culture Media and Sport as part of the Office contribution for 200506 towards the Olympics infrastructure costs.
(a) A net transfer of £43,259,000 from voted Housing programmes to non voted programmes comprising of £141,000 for West Northamptonshire UDC; £7,616,000 for SEEDA (£5,416,000 from Growth Areas and £2,200,000 from Thames Gateway); £575,000 for EEDA; £16,427,000 for English Partnerships (£11,082,000 from
(b) a transfer of £1,630,000 from non voted Departmental Unallocated Provision (£280,000 to European Regional Development Fund; £50,000 to Fire Services; £1,000,000 to provide Gap funding for Combined Universities and £300,000 for the National Register of Social Housing.
The Office of the Deputy Prime Minister's Local Government DEL will be increased by £56,288,000 from £46,621,883,000 to £46,678,171,000. Within the DEL change, the impact on resources and capital are as set out in the following table:
II. A_net_transfer_of_£16,790,000_to_Request_for_Resources_(RFR)_1 comprising of a transfer of £18,200,000 from RFR2 to RFR1 (£18,000,000 from the Local Government PSA Performance Fund and £200,000 from Capacity Buildings) and a transfer of £1,410,000 from RFR1 to RFR2 (£10,000 from Planning Land Use Statistics and £1,400,000 from Fire Services).
III. A_net_transfer_of_£1,996,000_from_voted_to_non_voted_programmes comprising of £4,000 to voted Local Governance for Greater London Authority preparation costs and £2,000,000 to non voted Standards Board.
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