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Health: Greater London

Health written question – answered on 12th December 2013.

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Photo of Karen Buck Karen Buck Labour, Westminster North

To ask the Secretary of State for Health if he will rank each London local authority by the per capita allocation for public health in 2013-14.

Photo of Jane Ellison Jane Ellison The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Health

The per capita public health allocations for London local authorities is shown in the following table.

Rank (ascending) Local authority name 2013-14 allocation per head (£)
1 Bexley 29
2 Redbridge 35
3 Harrow 36
4 Havering 36
5 Barnet 37
6 Bromley 40
7 Richmond upon Thames 40
8 Enfield 40
9 Waltham Forest 42
10 Sutton 43
11 Merton 43
12 Hounslow 48
13 Croydon 49
14 Kingston upon Thames 53
15 Hillingdon 54
16 Brent 58
17 Ealing 62
18 Barking and Dagenham 66
19 Haringey 67
20 Lewisham 68
21 Greenwich 71
22 Southwark 72
23 Newham 75
24 Wandsworth 78
25 Lambeth 82
26 Hammersmith and Fulham 111
27 Camden 111
28 Islington 115
29 Hackney 115
30 Tower Hamlets 116
31 Kensington and Chelsea 130
32 Westminster 132
33 City of London 192
     
England 49

Actual allocations did not reflect the target allocation immediately. Giving all areas their target allocation immediately would risk destabilising existing services in areas receiving more than their target allocation, and give other areas a rapid increase in funding that they could not use effectively.

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