Select Committee on Health Memoranda


MEMORANDUM

Memorandum by the Department of Health

Table 5.12.3

PROPORTION OF RESIDENTIAL COSTS RECOUPED IN FEES & CHARGES FOR THE ELDERLY, 1997-98




England
£ thousands

Fees and
Charges
Gross current
expenditure
Fees and Charges
as a percentage of
Gross current
expenditure

BARKING & DAGENHAM
1,498
9,888
15
BARNET
5,550
16,848
33
BARNSLEY
1,150
10,294
11
BATH & NORTH EAST SOMERSET UA
4,349
11,486
38
BEDFORDSHIRE
5,855
16,764
35
BERKSHIRE
12,456
31,983
39
BEXLEY
4,669
12,198
38
BIRMINGHAM
24,576
67,726
36
BOLTON
7,699
18,374
42
BOURNEMOUTH UA
5,873
12,269
48
BRADFORD
15,921
38,463
41
BRENT
5,530
11,426
48
BRIGHTON & HOVE UA
9,022
20,120
45
BRISTOL UA
5,582
25,459
22
BROMLEY
1,615
11,206
14
BUCKINGHAMSHIRE
10,536
22,415
47
BURY
6,209
11,540
54
CALDERDALE
6,673
16,076
42
CAMBRIDGESHIRE
3,279
19,966
16
CAMDEN
4,380
14,249
31
CHESHIRE
24,511
60,373
41
CITY OF LONDON
172
485
35
CORNWALL
11,200
29,650
38
COVENTRY
2,968
15,385
19
CROYDON
8,514
21,428
40
CUMBRIA
13,174
31,203
42
DARLINGTON UA
661
4,610
14
DERBY UA
6,636
15,440
43
DERBYSHIRE
20,941
46,419
45
DEVON
40,141
80,019
50
DONCASTER
8,116
22,471
36
DORSET
8,960
19,502
46
DUDLEY
5,425
16,113
34
DURHAM
3,271
25,247
13
EALING
6,020
14,118
43
EAST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE UA
8,133
18,326
44
EAST SUSSEX
14,845
34,852
43
ENFIELD
7,900
15,597
51
ESSEX
27,102
75,135
36
GATESHEAD
6,201
16,210
38
GLOUCESTERSHIRE
6
17,060
0
GREENWICH
3,279
11,698
28
HACKNEY
3,944
12,452
32
HAMMERSMITH & FULHAM
1,140
9,173
12
HAMPSHIRE
22,050
51,461
43
HARINGEY
3,952
11,781
34
HARROW
505
8,030
6
HARTLEPOOL UA
971
6,166
16
HAVERING
3,685
11,519
32
HEREFORD & WORCESTER
11,955
36,931
32
HERTFORDSHIRE
14,147
40,521
35
HILLINGDON
2,344
11,616
20
HOUNSLOW
1,210
9,235
13
ISLE OF WIGHT UA
4,822
9,235
52
ISLES OF SCILLY
52
196
27
ISLINGTON
3,679
15,475
24
KENSINGTON & CHELSEA
2,300
7,671
30
KENT
34,202
78,425
44
KINGSTON UPON HULL UA
999
13,646
7
KINGSTON UPON THAMES
2,170
8,031
27
KIRKLEES
8,308
22,805
36
KNOWSLEY
72
5,126
1
LAMBETH
5,202
17,167
30
LANCASHIRE
47,734
104,417
46
LEEDS
5,134
32,383
16
LEICESTER UA
0
8,799
0
LEICESTERSHIRE
10,658
24,307
44
LEWISHAM
5,991
17,592
34
LINCOLNSHIRE
2,377
25,005
10
LIVERPOOL
3,596
28,402
13
LUTON UA
2,771
7,425
37
MANCHESTER
11,720
28,993
40
MERTON
770
5,959
13
MIDDLESBROUGH UA
1,360
7,680
18
MILTON KEYNES UA
3,085
7,598
41
NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE
653
13,329
5
NEWHAM
1,840
13,137
14
NORFOLK
24,166
57,181
42
NORTH EAST LINCOLNSHIRE UA
1,426
7,135
20
NORTH LINCOLNSHIRE UA
4,471
10,458
43
NORTH SOMERSET UA
5,718
12,522
46
NORTH TYNESIDE
20
9,303
0
NORTH YORKSHIRE
15,787
37,357
42
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE
13,204
32,788
40
NORTHUMBERLAND
9,910
23,138
43
NOTTINGHAMSHIRE
29,369
71,813
41
OLDHAM
7,009
15,508
45
OXFORDSHIRE
5,570
22,997
24
POOLE UA
2,902
6,435
45
PORTSMOUTH UA
6,183
13,787
45
REDBRIDGE
1,619
10,004
16
REDCAR & CLEVELAND UA
927
7,561
12
RICHMOND UPON THAMES
3,930
9,926
40
ROCHDALE
721
9,396
8
ROTHERHAM
6,463
17,702
37
RUTLAND UA
563
1,657
34
SALFORD
7,414
20,432
36
SANDWELL
7,327
21,642
34
SEFTON
8,345
22,048
38
SHEFFIELD
4,805
32,256
15
SHROPSHIRE
9,264
26,321
35
SOLIHULL
1,127
5,139
22
SOMERSET
1,362
3,049
45
SOUTH GLOUCESTERSHIRE UA
1,273
7,024
18
SOUTH TYNESIDE
1,699
11,157
15
SOUTHAMPTON UA
4,891
10,538
46
SOUTHWARK
4,637
16,835
28
ST HELENS
1,002
10,129
10
STAFFORDSHIRE
14,856
36,110
41
STOCKPORT
9,738
20,405
48
STOCKTON ON TEES UA
2,992
10,464
29
STOKE-ON-TRENT UA
7,881
17,472
45
SUFFOLK
16,424
39,068
42
SUNDERLAND
943
15,181
6
SURREY
15,714
43,387
36
SUTTON
3,202
8,415
38
SWINDON UA
1,156
6,391
18
TAMESIDE
4,933
13,188
37
TOWER HAMLETS
447
12,138
4
TRAFFORD
5,783
13,384
43
WAKEFIELD
971
13,108
7
WALSALL
1,215
13,217
9
WALTHAM FOREST
2,115
9,179
23
WANDSWORTH
7,636
18,862
40
WARWICKSHIRE
10,115
23,346
43
WEST SUSSEX
23,814
53,807
44
WESTMINSTER
4,039
13,710
29
WIGAN
7,888
17,215
46
WILTSHIRE
3,214
17,406
18
WIRRAL
9,042
23,547
38
WOLVERHAMPTON
6,961
17,179
41
YORK UA
4,460
10,924
41
    
ENGLAND
954,639
2,732,120
35


Source: RO3 return.














5.13  Volume, Purpose and Monitoring of Grants

Could the Department provide the Committee with details of the volume of specific or special grants made available by the Department of Health to social services departments for the years 1995-96 to 1999-2000? Could the Department provide a full explanation of any changes, introduced this year, to the volume, the purpose or the monitoring arrangements for any of the grants?

  1.  Table 5.13.1 shows the volume and purposes of local authority PSS grants for the years requested.


 
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