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Column 71Catto Drive Peterhead
City Road St. Andrews
Church Street Stornaway
Princes Street Thurso
Dempster Street Wick
Yeomanry House Ayr
Torpichan Street Bathgate
Quarry Street Coatbridge
Nunfield House Dumfries
Whitemoss East Kilbride
Dalmeny Street Edinburgh
Forrest Hill Edinburgh
Redhall View Edinburgh
Chesser Crescent Edinburgh
East Claremont Street Edinburgh
Colinton Road Edinburgh
Gilmore Place Edinburgh
McDonald Road Edinburgh
Great King Street Edinburgh
Paton Street Galashiels
Crow Road Glasgow
Houldsworth Street Glasgow
Yorkhill Parade Glasgow
Jardine Street Glasgow
Walcheren Barracks Glasgow
Pearson Hall Glasgow
Eastvale Place Glasgow
Carmunock Road Glasgow
Cameronian House Hamilton
Union Street Hawick
Grange Road Livingstone
Muir Street Motherwell
Hight Street Paisley
Highholm Street Port Glasgow
Glasgow Road Rutherglen
Belleview Road Stranraer
Portland Street Troon
Other RAF Establishments
RAF Pitreavie Castle
RAF Saxa Vord
United States Contingency Wartime Hospitals
United States Communications Facilities
Column 72The Royal Air Force is the major user, with United States Forces facilities on the Station.
Facilities made available to the United States Forces, and under the command of the Royal Air Force.
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Mr. Sainsbury : I refer the hon. and learned Member to the answer that I gave to the hon. Member for Merionnydd Nant Conwy (Dr. Thomas) on 18 April at column 334. However it should be noted that this information is based on the billing addition of the main contractors and some or all of the work might be carried out by the companies subsidiaries and subcontractors in another region.
Mr. Cox : To ask the Secretary of State for Health if he will list all contracts for domestic services let by competitive tendering to outside operators within each of the regional health authorities in England and Wales, together with their annual costs, for the period 1 October 1985 to 30 September 1988, and the cost of provision for the same services in each case in the last year before competitive tendering was introduced.
Mr. Mellor : We do not hold information centrally in the form requested. From 1 October 1985 to 30 September 1988 some 100 contracts for domestic services were awarded to outside contractors. Estimated annual net savings against previous costs, total around £12 million.
Information about Wales is a matter for my right hon. Friend the Secretary of State for Wales.
Mr. Dickens : To ask the Secretary of State for Health whether he will make it his policy to implement recommendations of the forthcoming United Nations convention on the rights of the child in so far as they relate to his responsibilities.
The draft covers a range of issues of interest to several Government Departments. The United Kingdom has played a leading part in discussions on the drafting of the convention and we hope to be in a position to ratify its recommendations on completion.
Mr. Redmond : To ask the Secretary of State for Health if he will place in the Library a copy of the joint DHSS/MOD planning group guidance to regional health authorities on the reception and allocation arrangements for armed forces' casualties to the National Health Service in war.
Mr. Alexander : To ask the Secretary of State for Health if he will direct Trent regional health authority not to sanction the sale of land adjoining Retford hospital in the light of the terms of the conveyance dated 26 November 1928 which required the purchasers and their successors in title to hold, use and enjoy the same so long as may be desirable for the benefit of the inhabitants of the Retford and District hospital.
Mrs. Currie : No. It would be inappropriate to issue such a direction. The district health authority's legal advisers have examined the deeds of conveyance. Their advice is that the deeds do not contain any restriction preventing the sale of the land but they are complex and a search is being made by the Land Registry in order to resolve any doubt.
The proceeds from the sale of this surplus land will be used to maintain and improve the delivery of health care in Bassetlaw and the sale proceeds will bring significant benefit to the Retford community.
Rev. Martin Smyth : To ask the Secretary of State for Health what response he has had from regional and district health authorities to circular HC(88)43 ; and if he will make a statement about his efforts to promote co-operation between authorities and organisations representing those in residential care.
Development--Resource assumptions and planning guidelines" provides health authorities with guidelines for their plans for 1989-90. Regional health authorities' proposals for that year are not due to arrive at the Department until February 1989. We have therefore had no substantive response from health authorities yet. The circular asks health authorities, in planning the care of people with mental handicaps, mental illness, physical or sensory disabilities, and the care of elderly people, to take the views of consumers and the voluntary organisations which represent them into account. Following Lady Wagner's report (Residential Care--A Positive Choice) we are considering ways of making residential care more responsive to consumer choice.
Mr. James Lamond : To ask the Secretary of State for Health if he will list National Health Service capital expenditure projects costing more than £1 million which have been completed in the Oldham district health authority during the last 14 years and those projected in the next five years.
Mrs. Currie : We do not hold this information on small-scale developments centrally. The hon. Member may wish to pursue his inquiries with Mr. R. B. Martin QC, chairman of North Western regional health authority.