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Community Development: Greater London

Communities and Local Government written question – answered on 10th February 2010.

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Photo of Justine Greening Justine Greening Shadow Minister (Communities and Local Government), Vice-Chair (Youth), Conservative Party

To ask the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government how much funding was provided to each local authority in London in respect of each of its (a) lower layer super output areas and (b) wards under the (i) Working Neighbourhoods Fund, (ii) Neighbourhood Renewal Fund, (iii) Deprived Area Fund, (iv) Local Enterprise Growth Initiative, (v) New Deal for Communities, (vi) Neighbourhood Management Pathfinders, (vii) New Communities Fund, (viii) European Regional Development Fund, (xiv) Inspiring Communities Grant, (x) Connecting Communities, (xi) Single Regeneration Budget and (xii) Land and Property Programme in each year since 2000.

Photo of Rosie Winterton Rosie Winterton Minister of State (Regional Affairs) (Yorkshire and the Humber), Minister of State (Department for Communities and Local Government) (Local Government) (also in the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills), Minister of State (Department for Business, Innovation and Skills) (Regional Economic Development and Co-ordination); (also in the Department for Communities and Local Government)

Information is not available for each ward or each lower layer super output area (LSOA). Many of the funding methods follow closely the principles of devolution and provide eligible local authorities with the authority, freedom and flexibility to best determine the local needs and options and use the funding in creative ways to support local priorities.

I have placed in the Library of the House tables which provide information on the London authorities under each programme.

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