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Ministerial Correction

Friday 17 June 2011

Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

Livestock: Animal Welfare

Andrew Rosindell: To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs how much money her Department allocated to each local authority for animal health and welfare work in each of the last three financial years. [52100]

[Official Report, 27 April 2011, Vol. 527, c. 409-12W.]

Letter of correction from Mr Jim Paice:

Four errors have been identified in the table accompanying the written answer given to the hon. Member for Romford (Andrew Rosindell) on 27 April 2011. The incorrect figures, all relating to the 2010-11 financial year, were Barnsley £23,266, Bradford £38,080, Kirklees £29,640 and South Tyneside £3,020.

The correct answer should have been:

Mr Paice: DEFRA funding allocated to each local authority for animal health and welfare work in each of the last three financial years is shown in the following table:

  Allocation per financial year (£)
Local authority 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

Barnsley

24,474

28,274

23,274

Bath and North East Somerset

60,015

60,015

60,015

Bedford

19,338

19,338

Bedfordshire

48,345

Birmingham

27,815

28,515

27,315

Blackburn with Darwen

6,052

5,465

4,074

Blackpool

385

385

385

Blaenau Gwent

16,841

16,841

16,841

Bolton

12,208

12,208

12,208

Bradford

39,080

41,080

39,080

Bridgend

35,462

35,462

35,462

Buckinghamshire

88,924

88,924

88,924

Bury

2,901

2,901

2,901

Caerphilly

22,521

20,414

20,414

Calderdale

54,699

54,699

54,699

Cambridgeshire

72,975

72,975

72,975

Cardiff

5,103

7,103

7,103

Carmarthenshire

192,297

178,296

192,296

Central Bedfordshire

29,007

29,007

Ceredigion

195,113

179,113

195,113

Cheshire (East)

56,000

49,930

Cheshire (West and Chester)

48,500

48,500

Cheshire

93,080

City of London (Chelmsford)

10,180

10,180

10,180

City of London (Reigate)

12,673

12,673

12,673

City of London (Reading)

1,685

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City of London (Wokingham and Reading)

10,852

10,852

City of York

10,850

10,850

10,850

Conwy

146,284

146,000

146,000

Cornwall

140,389

160,389

140,389

Coventry

4,000

5,000

6,000

Cumbria

290,826

256,342

264,539

Darlington

36,649

36,649

36,647

Denbighshire

136,372

136,372

136,272

Derby City

6,692

5,792

5,792

Derbyshire

199,112

196,543

181,539

Devon

501,678

505,733

500,733

Doncaster

51,456

46,456

46,456

Dorset

109,780

101,885

114,960

Dudley

17,870

17,870

17,870

Durham

81,567

87,567

82,567

East Riding of Yorkshire

209,483

214,483

209,483

East Sussex

53,611

53,611

53,611

Essex

150,996

130,996

150,996

Flintshire

73,930

73,930

73,930

Gateshead

2,018

2,018

2,018

Gloucestershire

196,970

201,190

192,720

Gwynedd

130,937

130,937

130,937

Halton

1,033

Hampshire

38,108

38,108

38,108

Hartlepool

7,050

4,550

4,550

Havering

2,000

14,000

14,000

Herefordshire

119,768

119,768

114,768

Hertfordshire

26,285

26,285

26,285

Isle of Anglesey

96,018

96,018

82,018

Isle of Wight

34,449

28,949

32,449

Isles of Scilly

22,000

22,000

Kent

208,188

206,677

203,170

Kirklees

31,357

33,657

29,657

Lancashire

339,945

339,945

339,945

Leeds

29,049

29,049

29,049

Leicestershire

62,736

62,736

62,671

Lincolnshire

173,691

173,691

173,691

Med way

8,240

8,240

8,240

Merthyr Tydfil

71,856

66,856

66,856

Middles

936

936

936

Milton Keynes

37,725

18,037

25,089

Monmouthshire including Torfaen

128,705

135,943

155,228

Newcastle

34,920

34,800

33,970

Newport

70,412

38,937

37,873

Norfolk

129,284

129,284

129,284

North Lincolnshire

23,520

23,520

23,520

North Somerset

30,158

30,158

30,158

North Tyneside

12,431

12,431

12,431

North Yorkshire

374,691

404,691

414,691

Northamptonshire

84,872

79,644

79,644

Northumberland

178,377

178,377

178,377

Nottinghamshire

89,433

89,433

89,433

Oldham

52,694

45,428

45,428

Oxfordshire

113,198

112,929

111,629

Pembrokeshire

133,560

133,560

133,560

Peter

9,668

9,668

9,668

Powys

259,260

262,260

253,260

Redcar and Cleveland

4,046

4,046

3,727

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Rhondda Cynon Taf

50,659

50,659

50,659

Rochdale

2,885

3,335

3,335

Rotherham

33,188

33,188

33,188

Rutland

10,839

10,839

10,839

St Helens

2,788

Salford

1,494

1,313

Sandwell

6,357

6,357

6,357

Sefton

4,994

4,994

4,994

Sheffield

38,059

42,700

36,169

Shropshire

127,332

131,782

127,320

Slough

6,000

Solihull

18,113

18,113

18,113

Somerset

234,469

232,469

224,469

South Gloucester

69,309

66,309

66,309

South Tyneside

740

1,200

330

Staffordshire

270,467

293,767

268,767

Stockport

3,658

5,593

Stockton

13,727

13,727

13,727

Stoke on Trent

8,570

8,570

8,570

Suffolk

120,884

120,884

120,884

Surrey

134,777

132,841

132,841

Swindon

5,242

5,242

5,242

Tameside

630

630

630

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Telford and Wrekin

30,618

30,618

30,618

Trafford

3,711

3,711

Vale of Glamorgan

23,350

23,350

23,350

Wakefield

32,452

37,764

32,452

Walsall

4,401

4,401

4,401

Warrington

9,491

9,491

9,491

Warwickshire

127,828

132,000

131,000

West Berkshire and Wokingham

27,061

West Berkshire

27,061

27,061

West Glamorgan

65,356

65,356

64,416

West Sussex

46,743

44,743

44,743

Wigan

8,000

6,087

6,087

Wiltshire

60,912

60,912

60,912

Windsor and Maidenhead

38,117

34,542

34,542

Wirral

473

2,008

2,008

Wokingham

9,167

Wolverhampton

3,934

3,934

3,873

Worcestershire

215,909

202,709

180,630

Wrexham

57,208

57,208

57,208

Source: Core DEFRA