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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 (£)|
|7||Richmond upon Thames||40|
|14||Kingston upon Thames||53|
|18||Barking and Dagenham||66|
|26||Hammersmith and Fulham||111|
|31||Kensington and Chelsea||130|
|33||City of London||192|
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.