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To ask the Secretary of State for Health, what the annual public health budget is for (a) Birmingham City Council, (b) Manchester City Council, (c) Leeds City Council, (d) Newcastle City Council, (e) Bristol City Council, (f) Southampton City Council, (g) Sunderland City Council and (h) the London Assembly.
Information is not available in the format requested. The information is provided for the upper tier and unitary local authority for the areas requested and for London boroughs within the Greater London Authority area. The allocations are below.
Public health allocation to upper tier and unitary local authorities in 2014-15
Office for National Statistics Local Authority Name
Bristol, City of
Greater London Authorities:
Kingston upon Thames
Richmond upon Thames
The annual public health budget for 2014-15 is £2.79 billion provided to upper tier and unitary local authorities, we are providing local authorities with £8.2 billion ring- fenced public health funding over three years.