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The change in the capital element of the Departmental Expenditure Limit arises from:

Movements in Voted Expenditure

Request for Resources 1:

i. An increase of £33,000,000 in Capital DEL in respect of the Prison Capacity Programme.

ii. An increase of £79,000 in Capital DEL as a result of the implementation of IFRS.

Movements in Non-Voted Expenditure

i. An increase in non-voted expenditure offset by a decrease in voted expenditure of £12,900,000 relating to increased spend of the Legal Services Commission.

ii. An increase in non-voted expenditure offset by a decrease in voted expenditure of £3,450,000 relating to increase in the attributable income receivable by the Office of Legal Complaints.

iii. An increase in non-voted expenditure offset by a decrease in voted expenditure of £500,000 relating to decrease in spend of the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority.

iv. An increase in non-voted expenditure offset by a decrease in voted expenditure of £47,000 relating to decrease in spend of the Parole Board.

v. A decrease in non-voted expenditure offset by a decrease in voted expenditure of £524,000 relating to increased spend of the National Probation Service Local Area Boards.

Administration Costs

The movement in the administration cost limit is as a result of the following changes.

Request for Resources 1:

i. An increase in voted expenditure of £7,000,000 as a result of drawdown of EYF funding from HM Treasury relating to the workforce modernisation funding.

ii. An increase in voted expenditure of £14,792,000 as a result of a budget transfer from the Home Office in relation to accommodation costs.

iii. An increase in voted expenditure of £241,000 as result of the adoption of IFRS.

Request for Resources 2:

iv. An increase in near cash resource funding of £1,200,000 in relation to drawdown of EYF.

v. An increase in near cash resource funding of £28,000 as a result of the adoption of IFRS.

Request for Resources 3:

vi. An increase in near cash resource funding of £230,000 in relation to transfer of costs relating to the Parliamentary Counsel Office from the Cabinet Office.

vii. An increase in near cash resource funding of £116,000 as a result of the adoption of IFRS.

2) The change in the Resource and Capital DEL for the Northern Ireland Court Service (NICS) arises from:

Within the Total DEL change for Northern Ireland Court Service, the impact on resources and capital are as set out in the following table.



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Change (£,000)New DEL (£,000)
VotedNon-votedVotedNon-votedTotal

Resource DEL:

-

17,000

58,391

111,300

169,691

of which:

Administration *

(2,000)

(574)

(574)

Near-cash in Resource DEL

-

17,000

40,451

110,800

151,251

Capital DEL**

-

-

6,000

-

6,000

Depreciation †

(10,694)

(441)

(11,135)

Total DEL

17,000

53,697

110,859

164,556

* The total of 'administration budget' and 'near-cash in Resource DEL' figures may well be greater than total Resource DEL, due to the definitions overlapping.

** Capital DEL includes items treated as resource in Estimates and accounts but which are treated as Capital DEL in budgets.

† Depreciation, which forms part of Resource DEL, is excluded from the total DEL since Capital DEL includes capital spending and to include depreciation of those assets would lead to double counting.

Resource Departmental Expenditure Limit

Movements in Non-voted Expenditure

i. This arises from the take up of a DEL Reserve claim of £17,000,000 to reflect the increase in the Northern Ireland Legal Services Commission Baseline to cover the projected shortfall in legal aid expenditure.

Movements in Administration Expenditure

i. The change in the administration budget arises from a £2,000,000 increase in civil court fee income. This will be offset against additional related costs to dispose of civil court business. The appropriations-in-aid are classified as administrative income and so the additional fee income will reduce the administration cost limit by £2,000,000.

3) The change in the Resource and Capital DEL for The National Archives (TNA) arises from:

Within the Total DEL change for The National Archives, the impact on resources and capital are as set out in the following table.

Change (£,000)New DEL (£,000)
VotedNon-votedVotedNon-votedTotal

Resource DEL:

(2,135)

0

46,595

0

46,595

of which:

Administration *

0

0

0

0

0

Near-cash in Resource DEL

(2,135)

150

34,844

150

34,994

Capital DEL**

2,136

0

4,236

0

4,236

Depreciation †

0

0

(6,679)

0

(6,679)

Total DEL

1

0

44,152

0

44,152



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* The total of 'administration budget' and 'near-cash in Resource DEL' figures may well be greater than total Resource DEL, due to the definitions overlapping.

** Capital DEL includes items treated as resource in Estimates and accounts but which are treated as Capital DEL in budgets.

† Depreciation, which forms part of Resource DEL, is excluded from the total DEL since Capital DEL includes capital spending and to include depreciation of those assets would lead to double counting.

Movements in Voted Expenditure

Resource Departmental Expenditure Limit

i. An increase in near cash resource funding of £4,695,000 and associated increase in A in A of £4,694,000 to reflect higher than expected levels of activity and income from the 1911 Census information, Digital Continuity and the Civil Pages Project.

ii. A decrease of £2,136,000 in resource provision representing the additional spend on improvements to facilities at our Kew building including data storage facilities and air conditioning units.

Capital Departmental Expenditure Limit

i. An increase in capital funding of £2,136,000 representing the additional spend on improvements to facilities at Kew, including data storage facilities and air conditioning this is offset by the decrease in resource funding referred to above.

National Savings and Investments: DEL

Statement

The Financial Services Secretary to the Treasury (Lord Myners): My honourable friend the Exchequer Secretary to the Treasury (Sarah McCarthy-Fry) has made the following Written Ministerial Statement.

Subject to parliamentary approval of any necessary Supplementary Estimate, National Savings and Investments DEL will be increased by £150,000 to £183,749. Within DEL change, the impact on resources and capital are set out in the following table:

ChangeNew Del
VotedNon-votedVotedNon-VotedTotal

Resource Del:

150

-

183,749

-

183,749

of which:

Administration budget:

150

-

183,749

-

183,749

Near cash in RDEL:

150

-

179,254

-

179,254

Capital

-

-

3,176

-

3,176

Depreciation*

-

-

-3,015

-

-3,015

Total

150

-

183,910

-

183,910

* Depreciation which forms part of resource DEL, is excluded from the total DEL since capital DEL includes capital spending and to include depreciation of those assets would lead to double counting.

The change in the resource element of DEL arises from:

transfer of holiday pay accrual from annually managed expenditure (AME) to DEL.
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