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Health

Department of Health written question – answered on 3rd November 2014.

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

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

2014-15 allocation

£'000

Birmingham

80,838

Manchester

44,116

Leeds

40,540

Newcastle Upon Tyne

21,301

Bristol, City of

29,122

Southampton

15,050

Sunderland

21,234

Greater London Authorities:

577,514

City of London

1,698

Barking and Dagenham

14,213

Barnet

14,335

Bexley

7,574

Brent

18,848

Bromley

12,954

Camden

26,368

Croydon

18,825

Ealing

21,974

Enfield

14,257

Greenwich

19,061

Hackney

29,818

Hammersmith and Fulham

20,855

Haringey

18,189

Harrow

9,146

Havering

9,717

Hillingdon

15,709

Hounslow

14,084

Islington

25,429

Kensington and Chelsea

21,214

Kingston upon Thames

9,302

Lambeth

26,437

Lewisham

20,088

Merton

9,236

Newham

26,112

Redbridge

11,411

Richmond upon Thames

7,891

Southwark

22,946

Sutton

8,619

Tower Hamlets

32,261

Waltham Forest

12,277

Wandsworth

25,431

Westminster

31,235

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.

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