Business: Government Assistance

Business, Innovation and Skills written question – answered on 30th March 2010.

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Photo of Grant Shapps Grant Shapps Shadow Minister (Communities and Local Government) (Housing and Planning), Co-Chair, Conservative Party

To ask the Minister of State, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills what guarantees have been provided under his Department's Trade Credit Insurance Scheme in each constituency.

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), Shadow Minister (Women)

At scheme closure on 31 December 2009, 109 policies had been written under the scheme to a value of £18,583,865. This is broken down by constituency as follows:

Constituency Number of policies Value of policies (£)
Altrincham and Sale West 1 50,000
Amber Valley 1 15,000
Beaconsfield 1 10,000
Belfast South 1 84,865
Birkenhead 2 600,000
Birmingham, Ladywood 3 302,000
Birmingham, Sparkbrook and Small Heath 2 482,000
Bolton South East 1 750,000
Bradford North 1 90,000
Bristol West 3 83,000
Broxbourne 4 90,000
Burnley 1 20,000
Cannock Chase 1 40,000
Chipping Barnet 1 150,000
Cities of London and Westminster 2 470,000
Cleethorpes 2 100,000
Coatbridge, Chryston and Bellshill 1 20,000
East Hampshire 1 100,000
East Londonderry 2 240,000
Eccles 1 100,000
Elmet 1 20,000
Exeter 1 60,000
Faversham and Mid Kent 1 35,000
Folkestone and Hythe 1 50,000
Harlow 1 60,000
Heywood and Middleton 2 125,000
Holborn and St. Pancras 2 2,875,000
Huntingdon 1 40,000
Islwyn 2 44,000
Kingston upon Hull West and Hessle 1 75,000
Luton South 1 100,000
Manchester, Blackley 2 175,000
Mid Ulster 1 15,000
Middlesbrough 1 900,000
Mole Valley 1 100,000
Neath 1 100,000
Normanton 4 446,000
North Devon 1 200,000
North East Milton Keynes 2 201,000
North Warwickshire 1 200,000
Northampton South 3 2,000,000
Nuneaton 1 50,000
Ochil and South Perthshire 1 100,000
Reading West 3 3,000,000
Redcar 1 50,000
Richmond Park 4 402,000
Saffron Walden 1 30,000
Scunthorpe 2 200,000
Sheffield, Attercliffe 2 605,000
Sherwood 1 25,000
Shipley 1 176,000
South Derbyshire 1 300,000
Stirling 1 25,000
Stourbridge 1 15,000
Sutton and Cheam 3 203,000
Telford 2 55,000
Tyne Bridge 1 10,500
Vale of York 4 120,000
Walsall South 3 79,500
Wansdyke 1 150,000
Welwyn Hatfield 1 70,000
West Bromwich West 2 87,500
Woking 2 675,000
Wokingham 3 162,500
Wolverhampton North East 1 50,000
Wolverhampton South West 2 275,000
Wyre Forest 1 50,000
109 18,586,865

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