Care of Elderly People

– Scottish Parliament written question – answered at on 14 March 2003.

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Photo of Shona Robison Shona Robison Scottish National Party

Question S1W-34467

To ask the Scottish Executive how much of the £250 million for free personal care has been allocated to each local authority.

Photo of Frank McAveety Frank McAveety Labour

The overall allocation was £107 million for 1 July 2002 to 31 March 2003 and £143 million for 1 April 2003 to 31 March 2004. The table shows the breakdown for individual authorities.

Free Personal Care Allocations

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Local Authority

Starting 1 July 2002

(£000)

Starting 1 April 2003

(£000)

Aberdeen City

4,243

5,669

Aberdeenshire

4,950

6,684

Angus

3,466

4,667

Argyll and Bute

2,655

3,547

Clackmannanshire

661

871

Dumfries and Galloway

3,744

5,037

Dundee City

3,018

3,997

East Ayrshire

2,649

3,548

East Dunbartonshire

2,255

3,060

East Lothian

1,868

2,500

East Renfrewshire

2,210

2,990

Edinburgh City

12,170

16,310

Eilean Siar

454

589

Falkirk

2,195

2,921

Fife

7,504

10,067

Glasgow City

10,763

14,019

Highland

4,106

5,513

Inverclyde

1,941

2,577

Midlothian

1,326

1,785

Moray

1,869

2,516

North Ayrshire

3,226

4,327

North Lanarkshire

4,232

5,617

Orkney

255

340

Perth and Kinross

4,517

6,098

Renfrewshire

3,082

4,126

Scottish Borders

2,651

3,552

Shetland

248

325

South Ayrshire

3,221

4,329

South Lanarkshire

5,920

7,936

Stirling

2,175

2,926

West Dunbartonshire

1,591

2,101

West Lothian

1,835

2,455

Total

107,000

143,000

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