Building Schools for the Future Programme

Children, Schools and Families written question – answered on 15th July 2008.

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Photo of Michael Gove Michael Gove Shadow Secretary of State (Children, Schools and Families)

To ask the Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families how much has been allocated to each school under the Building Schools for the Future programme to date.

Photo of Jim Knight Jim Knight Minister of State (Schools and Learners), Department for Children, Schools and Families, Minister of State (Department for Children, Schools and Families) (Schools and Learners)

The following table details the projected funding which Partnerships for Schools plans to allocate to Building Schools for the Future projects which have reached Outline Business Case (OBC). Funding is provided to local authorities as an 'envelope' based on formulaic allocations. It is the responsibility of local authorities to allocate resources to individual schools in accordance with local priorities. As projects develop, the funding allocations are updated, so it is likely that these figures will change.

Funding levels are not allocated for projects in BSF until they have reached OBC.

Funding (£ million)
Local a uthority Non PFI PFI
Bradford 20 311
Bristol 32 157
Greenwich 57 184
Knowsley 4 250
Lancashire 49 252
Leeds 150 186
Leicester 165 151
Lewisham 86 230
Manchester 202 0
Newcastle 107 132
Newham 97 65
Sheffield 76 89
Solihull 30 87
STaG 157 69
Sunderland 119 0
Waltham Forest 62 54
Birmingham 261 102
Hackney 152 0
Haringey 184 0
Islington 85 113
Lambeth 87 0
Liverpool 153 0
Middlesbrough 114 0
Nottingham 146 76
Tower Hamlets 88 0
Barnsley 28 324
Derbyshire 60 65
Durham 75 79
Kent 179 99
Luton 108 34
North Lincs 89 0
Salford 34 192
Sandwell 137 63
Southwark 134 85
Tameside 82 128
Westminster 159 0
Blackburn 85 119
Cambridgeshire 87 62
Rochdale 117 132

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