Social Inclusion Partnerships

– Scottish Parliament written question – answered on 5th March 2003.

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Photo of Linda Fabiani Linda Fabiani Scottish National Party

Question S1W-34131

To ask the Scottish Executive what the administrative costs were of each Social Inclusion Partnership in 2001-02.

Photo of Margaret Curran Margaret Curran Labour

Up to 2.5% of the Social Inclusion Partnership Fund allocation in any year may be used to meet administration costs incurred by the grant recipient. The amounts claimed in 2001-02 are shown in the following table:

SIP

Administrative Costs

Great Northern

£21,250

Argyle and Bute

0

Edinburgh North

£57,662

Edinburgh South

£26,118

Edinburgh Strategic Programme

£12,756

Edinburgh Youth SIP

£13,956

Edinburgh Craigmillar

£44,457

Alloa South and East

£23,407

Dundee Young Carers

£2,600

Dundee SIP1

£52,250

Dundee SIP2

£10,446

Dundee Xplore

£14,806

East Ayr Coalfields

£30,000

Tranent

0

Levern Valley

0

Falkirk

0

Fife

0

Fife Frae

0

Glasgow Smaller Area

£32,292

Glasgow Anti Racist

£14,499

Glasgow Big Step

£11,183

Glasgow Drumchapel

£49,154

Glasgow East End

£53,661

Glasgow Gorbals

£14,941

Glasgow Greater Easterhouse

£64,550

Glasgow Greater Govan

£17,315

Glasgow Greater Pollock

£55,089

Glasgow Milton

£18,262

Glasgow North

£55,992

Glasgow Routes Out

£6,629

Glasgow Springburn

£16,152

Highland Well-being

0

Inverclyde

£48,330

Moray Youthstart

0

North Ayrshire

£1,552

Motherwell North

£39,246

North Lanarkshire

£21,140

South Coatbridge

£18,235

GO - Perth

0

Renfrewshire - Paisley (incl. Ferguslie Park)

£86,725

Scottish Borders

£3,992

Girvan

0

North Ayr

£38,925

Blantyre/North Hamilton

£1,440

Cambuslang

£1,440

Stirling - SPUR

£11,815

West Dunbartonshire

£50,634

West Lothian

£3,010

Total

£1,045,911

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