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Further expansion of Antrim Area hospital is being considered in the context of the implementation of Developing Better Services", and the United Hospitals
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Trust and the Northern Health and Social Services Board are currently developing a detailed business case in this regard.
Lady Hermon: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how (a) the funding made available by the Department of Education in 200304 to enable Education and Library Boards to survey all schools and prepare for the introduction of the new asbestos regulations and (b) the funding which the Department of Education allocated in 200405 towards the removal, decontamination work or repair and remedial work for the same purpose where it is necessary was distributed. 
Mr. Gardiner: The following table shows the distribution of recurrent funding to each Education and Library Board in 200304 to enable them to survey all schools and prepare for the introduction of the new asbestos regulations, and in 200405 towards the removal, decontamination work or repair/remedial work, where necessary.
The apportionment of funding between individual Boards was allocated on the basis of a joint business case submitted by the Boards. The factors that determined the level of funding to each Board were the area of the estate, staffing costs and the number of schools.
Mr. Dodds: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland what resources have been allocated in the 200405 financial year to support research into attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder in Northern Ireland. 
Angela Smith: The Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety has not allocated any specific resources in the 200405 financial year for research into attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder. However, grant support of £25,000 has been awarded to the Northern Ireland Attention Deficit Disorder Support Centre in each of the last three financial years.
Angela Smith: The Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety assisted the Northern Ireland Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder Support Centre through a three year project grant of £25,000 per annum to help develop a support centre. This funding will end on 31 March 2005. An application for further funding will be considered by the Department in the near future.
Angela Smith: Policy and services for children with attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder are currently being examined under the Review of Mental Health and Learning Disability (Northern Ireland). The Review will recommend what future service development will be required.
Mrs. Iris Robinson: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland (1) what the (a) average and (b) longest waiting time (i) for an initial assessment regarding and (ii) from assessment to commencing cognitive behavioural therapy was in each health boardarea for the latest period for which figures are available; 
(2) what the current (a) average and (b) longest waiting time (i) for an initial assessment regarding and (ii) from assessment to commencing cognitive behavioural therapy is in each health board area. 
Mr. McGrady: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how much has been spent in each of the last three years in Government grants to the community and voluntary sector in Northern Ireland. 
Information on grants to the voluntary and community sector by government departments across all regions of the UK is collated by the Research, Development and Statistics Directorate of the Home Office on an annual basis. In total £147,451,863 was provided during 200102. This information is reproduced and analysis provided in a published report, 'Central Government Funding of Voluntary and Community Organisations 198283 to 200102', available from the
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Communications Development Unit of the Home Office. This includes details of grants made by Northern Ireland Departments.
Currently the exercise to capture information for the period 200304 is under way and final figures will be available later in the year. At the moment indications are that in excess of £183 million was provided to the voluntary and community sector.
Lady Hermon: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland when the Environment and Heritage Service will answer the letter of 10 December 2004 from the hon. Member for North Down in relation to the restoration of Rosebank House in Donaghadee. 
Angela Smith: The Environment and Heritage Service (EHS) replied to the hon. Member for North Down's letter of 10 December 2004 on 7 February 2005. Iunderstand that EHS acknowledged the hon. Lady's letter on 5 January.
Mr. Oaten: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland if he will list the criminal offences created in legislation sponsored by his Department in the (a) 200203 and (b) 200304 Session, broken down by Act. 
Any person who in purported compliance with a notice under paragraph Article 5(1) who knowingly or recklessly makes any statement or produces any document which is false in a material particular, and any person who without reasonable excuse fails to comply with a notice under Article 5(1).
Article 12Penalties: failures to comply: sets out penalties that apply in cases of failure to provide documentary material on request with regard to Statutory Adoption Pay and Statutory Paternity Pay. Further details are contained in Schedule 1 to the Order.
Article 13Penalties: fraud, etc.: establishes that where a person fraudulently or negligently makes an incorrect statement regarding entitlement to Statutory Paternity Pay or Statutory Adoption Pay, a penalty may be applied. Further details are contained in Schedule 1 to the Order.
Article 23 of the Order 2003 also introduced a new offence in relation to Planning Agreements, but this provision has yet to be commenced
Paragraph 20(2) (a), 21(3) (b), 22(2) (c), 27(2) (d), 28(3)(a) (e), 28(3)(b) (f), 29(3)(a) (g), 29(3)(b) (h), 30(3)(a), (i), 30(3)(b) (j), 31(9) (k), 32(1) (l), 32(2) (m), 33(1)(a) (n), 33(1)(b) (o), 35(6) (p), 44(3) (q), 51(2) (r), 51(3) (s), 51(7) (t), 52(1)(u).
(a) Failure by a licence holder to produce any documents or information required by the Northern Ireland Authority for Energy Regulation (NIAER) as a result of any contravention of a licence condition or failure to achieve a performance standard.
(b) Intentional alteration, suppression or destruction by a licence holder of any document required by the NIAER as a result of any contravention of a licence condition or failure to achieve a performance standard.
(d) Applicationsubject to certain modificationsof Section110 (intentional alteration, suppression or destruction of any document) and Section 117 (provision of false or misleading information) of the Enterprise Act 2002 in relation to investigations by the Competition Commission of whether activities which are not licensable operate against the public interest.
In connection with the provision made for inspection, preservation and production of records and documents for the purpose of verifying entitlement to grants; and making false statements for the purposes of obtaining a grant.
Articles 8 and 10 of the Betting and Gaming (NI) Order 2004 (2004/310 (N.I.1)), insofar as they extend the offences provisions in Article 108 of the Betting, Gaming, Lotteries and Amusements (NI) Order 1985 (1985/1204 (N.I.11)) to licensed bookmakers.
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