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Public Expenditure

Treasury written question – answered on 18th January 2011.

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Photo of Hugh Bayley Hugh Bayley NATO Parliamentary Assembly UK Delegation

To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer pursuant to the answer from the Chief Secretary to the Treasury of 21 December 2010, Official Report, column 1311, what the monetary value of planned expenditure (a) in transport infrastructure, (b) in housing, (c) in job creation, (d) in schools, (e) in health services and (f) in total (i) was under the spending plans of the previous administration and (ii) is following the outcome of the comprehensive spending review in (A) City of York, (B) Yorkshire and the Humber and (C) England in (1) 2010-11, (2) 2011-12 and (3) 2012-13.

Photo of Danny Alexander Danny Alexander The Chief Secretary to the Treasury

The previous Government did not publish spending plans beyond 2010-11. Regional breakdowns of public spending are shown in the Country and Regional Analysis (CRA) published annually as part of the Public Expenditure Statistical Analyses (PESA) Command paper. The figures for planned spending by central Government and public corporations for 2010-11 in England and Yorkshire and Humber were published in PESA 2010. These figures are consistent with pre Budget report 2009 and are reproduced in table 1 as follows. We do not hold data for individual locations. PESA 2011 will contain regional breakdowns of spending for 2010-11, based on outturn data for central Government and public corporations, and plans data for local government. The CRA exercise has not been carried out on the spending review outcome.

Table 1: 2010-11 planned CG and PC spending
£ million
Yorkshire and Humber 31,691
England 310,668
Source: Public Expenditure Statistical Analyses 2010 (HMT).

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