NHS: Finance

Department of Health written question – answered on 23rd January 2015.

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Photo of Hilary Benn Hilary Benn Shadow Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government

To ask the Secretary of State for Health, with reference to the letter of 15 January 2015 from him and the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government to the local authorities concerning additional health funding, to which local authorities the letter was sent; and which local authorities have confirmed they will accept the offered funding.

Photo of Norman Lamb Norman Lamb The Minister of State, Department of Health

In total, 65 local authorities received the letter informing them of additional funding. All of them accepted the offer of this funding.

These local authorities are listed below:

Local Authority

Allocation (£)

Local Authority

Allocation (£)

Barking & Dagenham

325,000

Manchester

325,000

Barnet

425,000

Milton Keynes UA

325,000

Bath & North East Somerset UA

325,000

North East Lincolnshire UA

325,000

Bexley

325,000

North Lincolnshire UA

325,000

Birmingham

520,000

Northamptonshire

520,000

Bournemouth UA

325,000

Oxfordshire

520,000

Bracknell Forest UA

325,000

Plymouth UA

325,000

Brent

325,000

Poole UA

325,000

Bristol UA

425,000

Reading UA

325,000

Cambridgeshire

520,000

Richmond Upon Thames

325,000

Camden

325,000

Sandwell

325,000

Central Bedfordshire

325,000

Sheffield

425,000

Cheshire East

425,000

Shropshire

425,000

Coventry

325,000

Solihull

325,000

Dorset

520,000

Somerset

520,000

Dudley

425,000

South Gloucestershire UA

325,000

Ealing

325,000

Southampton UA

325,000

Gateshead

325,000

Staffordshire

520,000

Hackney

325,000

Suffolk

520,000

Hammersmith & Fulham

325,000

Sutton

325,000

Hampshire

520,000

Swindon UA

325,000

Haringey

325,000

Telford & Wrekin UA

325,000

Hertfordshire

520,000

Trafford

325,000

Hounslow

325,000

Walsall

325,000

Islington

325,000

Warrington UA

325,000

Kensington & Chelsea

325,000

Warwickshire

520,000

Kent

520,000

West Berkshire UA

325,000

Lambeth

325,000

Westminster

325,000

Lancashire

520,000

Wiltshire

425,000

Leeds

520,000

Wokingham UA

325,000

Leicester UA

325,000

Worcestershire

520,000

Leicestershire

520,000

York UA

325,000

Luton UA

325,000

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