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Warm Homes Scheme

Mr. Peter Robinson: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how many (a) repairs and (b) upgrades of heating systems were undertaken as part of the Warm Homes Scheme in each year since 2001, broken down by parliamentary constituency; and what the costs were of each installation. [52883]

Mr. Hanson: In the interests of health and safety and to ensure that all systems are fully energy efficient, all central heating repair and upgrade work carried out under the Warm Homes Scheme has been to new system standard. A repairs specification, to be used in situations where existing systems in need of repair can otherwise operate safely and efficiently, was introduced in November 2005 and to date 43 repair jobs have been carried out across Northern Ireland.

Information on the number of systems, provided since 2001, which includes repairs and upgrades, is as follows. Information on the specific costs of each installation is not available.
NumberValue (£)NumberValue (£)NumberValue (£)
Belfast East4299,684.1490209,776.42105245,947.00
Belfast North85191,085.37131296,713.17173389,366.18
Belfast South1227,898.7857129,619.8583197,903.66
Belfast West92206,692.80119266,950.27134314,460.09
East Antrim1844,753.4996242,973.9993252,174.15
East Londonderry1437,367.99123357,268.1162191,617.49
Fermanagh and South Tyrone81231,251.14186541,502.08146440,525.97
Lagan Valley2261,344.2478203,771.14113322,545.62
Mid Ulster69200,885.74125359,626.7997296,876.17
Newry and Armagh2976,086.35121338,436.25154471,015.23
North Antrim38102,431.2598287,971.7970213,750.26
North Down2769,149.7476190,680.6179202,585.34
South Antrim1749,024.4547128,148.1776218,302.23
South Down66185,137.73160465,180.81185599,273.59
Upper Bann105287,152.9591262,539.50124368,879.83
West Tyrone49134,020.17131379,259.25135402,200.84

2005 to end January 2006
NumberValue (£)NumberValue (£)
Belfast East158405,728.2886256,986.23
Belfast North222533,056.56150406,509.38
Belfast South101273,702.7853145,942.90
Belfast West232655,183.39172484,054.47
East Antrim141360,302.85106286,157.93
East Londonderry150445,893.31117380,797.76
Fermanagh and South Tyrone242744,461.97244842,589.12
Lagan Valley93282,143.8597341,687.22
Mid Ulster236766,134.55225793,139.43
Newry and Armagh3751,248,156.61233804,703.98
North Antrim135402,520.19151511,117.15
North Down105267,929.98124367,856.80
South Antrim172476,092.19153462,833.75
South Down229765,567.88183648,386.61
Upper Bann276823,615.22165523,636.21
West Tyrone189585,311.19156538,036.27

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Wind Turbines

Mr. Peter Robinson: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how many wind turbines there are in Northern Ireland; and where they are located. [53063]

Angela E. Smith: While planning permission has been granted for some 239 turbines of varying sizes over the past five years, no accurate information is available on the numbers of smaller (largely domestic) turbines that have actually been erected following approval.

In terms of wind farm developments with capacity of over 1 megawatt that have been built primarily to sell electricity to the Northern Ireland grid, there are 113 such turbines currently in operation at nine separate wind farms and located as follows:
Wind farmLocation
Capacity (MW)Number of turbines
Rigged HillAntrim510
Eliots HillAntrim510
Slieve RushenFermanagh510
Bessy BellTyrone510
Lendrum's BridgeTyrone13.220
All existing wind
farms (> 1MW)

Youth Service Providers

Mr. Dodds: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland which youth service providers have received funding from the Department of Education in each year since 1997. [54127]

Angela E. Smith: The Department of Education allocated funding in each year since 1997 to the Education and Library Boards and the Youth Council for Northern Ireland to provide youth services to young people .It also provided funding to the organisations as follows.
1997–98GuysmereThe Bytes Project
Hazelbank Youth Club
Patrician Youth Centre
Bosco Youth Club
Hillhall Youth Club
The Guide Association
Strabane Scout Group
St. John Bosco Youth Centre
1998–99Hazelbank Youth ClubThe Bytes Project
Long Tower Youth Club
Assumption Youth Club
Greenhill YMCA
CBS1 Downpatrick
St. Bernadettes Scout and Guide Council
Boys Brigade Belfast Battalion
Gosford Guides
1999–2000Hazelbank Youth WingThe Bytes Project
The Guide AssociationMillennium Volunteers
CBSI Downpatrick
Holy Family Youth Club
St. Bernadettes Scout and Guide Council
Share Discovery Centre
Boys Brigade Belfast Battalion
2000–01CBSI DownpatrickThe Bytes Project
Omagh Boys and Girls ClubMillennium Volunteers
Long Tower Centre
Holy Family Youth Club
St. Bernadettes Scout and Guide Council
Boys Brigade Belfast Battalion
2001–02Share Discovery CentreThe Bytes Project
Boys Brigade GanawayMillennium Volunteers
Saints Youth CentreYouthNet
Ardoyne Youth Centre
NI Childrens Enterprise
Ocean Youth Trust
Long Tower Centre
Holy Family Youth Club
2002–03Northern Ireland Youth ForumThe Bytes Project
Oasis Youth CentreMillennium Volunteers
Play Resource WarehouseYouthNet
Boys Brigade Shepherds Lodge
11th Belfast Scout Unit
St. Teresa's Youth Centre
Long Tower Youth Centre
Immanuel Presbyterian Youth Council
St. Mary's Youth Association
Pennyburn Youth Club
Dungannon Youth Club
Youth Initiatives
St. Mary's Youth Centre
Patrician Youth centre
Spirit of Enniskillen Trust
Kilskeey and Trillick Youth Centre
2nd Castlederg Youth Council
Enniskillen Methodist Church YC
Summer Madness
Londonderry YMCA
Boys Brigade Ganaway
Greenhill YMCA
BRA—Duke of Edinburgh Award
Trillick and Disctrict YFC
Dungannon Youth Resource Centre
1st Coleraine Scout Group
Ocean Youth Trust NI
CBSI Downpatrick
Holy Family Youth Club
Hazelbank Youth Wing
2003–042nd Castlederg Youth CouncilThe Bytes Project
PHAB NIMillennium Volunteers
Bannside Youth GroupYouthNet
Pennyburn Youth ClubBeechmount Community Project
Londonderry YMCALondonderry YMCA
11th Belfast Scout UnitStar Neighbourhood Centre
Lisbellaw Hurling ClubNewcastle Parents Support Group
Dungannon Youth Resource CentreScoutlink
Enniskillen Methodist Church YCWestrock Parent/Youth Support
GroupOmagh Scout and Guide HallYouth Link
Play Resource WarehouseLedley Hall Boys and Girls Club
North Down CFCLower Ormeau Residents Action
GroupOasis Youth CentreOld Warren Community Assoc
Boys Brigade GanawayYouthAction NI
Patrician Youth CentreArdoyne Youth Club
1st Coleraine Scout GroupStadium Youth and Community
ProjectAnnaclone and Magherally YFC
St. Oliver Plunkett YC
McClure Youth Group
St. Marys Youth Association
Leckpatrick Presbyterian Church YC
Voluntary Service Belfast
Immanuel Prebyterian Youth Council
Greenhill YMCA
Kinder Community House
The Scout Association
John Paul II YC
Bangor YMCA
Newington Youth Club
Hazelbank Youth Wing
2004–05Lisbellaw Hurling ClubThe Bytes Project
Omagh Scout and Guide HallMillennium Volunteers
McClure Youth GroupYouthNet
Patrician Youth CentreStadium Youth and Community
ProjectKinder Community HouseLondonderry YMCA
1st Coleraine Scout GroupStar Neighbourhood Centre
St. John Bosco YCYouthlink NI
Annaclone and Magherally YCScoutlink
Voluntary Service BelfastWestrock Parent/Youth Support
Group2nd Castlederg YCLower Ormeau Residents Action
GroupJohn Paul II Youth ClubYouthAction NI
Boys Brigade GanawayLedley Hall Boys and Girls Club
St. Bronaghs Youth ClubNewcastle YMCA
Pennyburn Youth and Community Centre
Kinder Community House
Ardoyne Youth Club
St. Marys Youth Association
Fairhill Youth Centre
Ballyhornan Scout Centre
Ebrington Presbyterian Youth Council
St. Teresas Youth Centre
Greenhill YMCA
Aghadowey Presbyterian Church YC
2005–06St. Marys Youth ClubThe Bytes Project
Lisbellaw Hurling ClubMillennium Volunteers
PHAB NIStadium Youth and Community
ProjectBallysillan Drop In Centre
Youth Action
1st Coleraine Scout Group
5th Belfast Scout Group
Patrician Youth Centre
Kingdom Youth Club
Ardoyne Youth Club
Ebrington Presbyterian Church YC
Deanby Youth Club
St. Aloysius Youth Club
Boys Brigade Shepherds Lodge
Cheers Youth Centre
St. John Bosco Youth Club
Dungannon Youth Centre
Boys Brigade Ganaway
Greenhill YMCA
Aghavilly Youth Club
Bangor YMCA

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Mr. Dodds: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland what projects are included in the Capital Programme for youth service provision for the next five years; and how much funding has been allocated for each project. [54128]

Angela E. Smith: The spending plans announced in December cover the period to end-March 2008, and provide £6.5 million and £7.5 million for investment in the youth service infrastructure in 2006–07 and 2007–08 respectively. Decisions have yet to be taken on specific new projects to be funded in these years.

Mr. Dodds: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how much capital funding for youth service provision the Department of Education has allocated in each of the last 10 years. [54137]

Angela E. Smith: The following table shows the total amount of capital funding allocated by the Department of Education for youth service provision in each of the last seven financial years. Information prior to this is not available.
Financial yearCapital allocation (£)

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