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Mrs. Iris Robinson: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how many public-private partnerships there have been in Northern Ireland over the last five years, broken down by (a) Westminster parliamentary constituency and (b) district council area. 
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Mrs. Iris Robinson: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how many protected elective procedures have been performed at Lagan Valley and South Tyrone Hospitals in the last year for which figures are available. 
Mr. Woodward: The protected elective unit at Lagan Valley hospital carried out 876 protected elective procedures in the financial year 200405. South Tyrone hospital carried out 4,030 protected elective procedures in 200405.
Mr. Peter Robinson: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how many officers there are in the Police Service of Northern Ireland at the rank of (a) assistant chief constable, (b) chief superintendent, (c) superintendent, (d) chief inspector, (e) sergeant, (f) constable and (g) reserve constable full-time. 
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Angela E. Smith: The Minister of State's (Lord Rooker) decision to approve a major retail development at Sprucefield is currently the subject of applications for Judicial Review. He subsequently issued a Press Release on 18 August announcing that he would be monitoring developments in respect of those applications in deciding the timing and content of Draft PPS 5.
Mr. Peter Robinson: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how many registered (a) day nurseries, (b) childminders, (c) playgroups and (d) out of school clubs there are in Northern Ireland. 
Mr. Woodward: At 31 March 2004 (the latest date for which such data are available), there were 226 registered day nurseries, 3,950 registered childminders, 608 registered playgroups and 250 registered out of school clubs in Northern Ireland.
Mr. Woodward: Hospital information systems indicate that 215 patients received in-patient treatment for primary pulmonary hypertension in Northern Ireland hospitals during 200405. In addition to these, a number of patients with pulmonary hypertension are treated at out-patient clinics and in primary care. Information on the number of these patients is not held centrally, nor is information held regarding the types of treatment or drug therapies which in-patients or out-patients receive.