|(1) Attributed expenditure includes expenditure benefiting all parts of the UK as well as various accounting adjustments (2) Data prior to 2000-01 were not produced on a consistent basis (3) Using MM Treasury GDP deflator series
Mrs. Iris Robinson: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland what the cost to public funds has been of the Department of Environments hearing in relation to the wall at Strangford View, Killyleagh; and if he will make a statement. 
New enforcement notices were served on 19 May 2006. They require that, within 16 weeks of that date, the wall and associated fill material should be removed and the lands in question be regraded to form a reinforced slope to the satisfaction of Roads Service engineers (to retain the approved road).
David Simpson: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland whether any buildings in (a) each of the Northern Ireland Departments and (b) the Northern Ireland Office, fall short of disability access regulations. 
Mr. Hanson: All Northern Ireland Departments (including the Northern Ireland Office) have programmes of work identified to achieve compliance with the requirements of the Disability Discrimination Act for all buildings which need to be adapted. Currently some 74 Government buildings remain to achieve full compliance with the Act.
Mrs. Iris Robinson: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland what the cost to public funds has been of Down district councils corporate box at Down Royal Race Course in the last 12 months; how much of the cost related to (a) alcohol and (b) food; and if he will make a statement. 
David Cairns: The cost of providing a corporate box at Down Royal Race Course is included in the overall expenditure incurred by Down district council on tourism. The level of expenditure requested is not held centrally.
Paul Goggins: The Government and the DHSSPS are committed to improving the survival rates for all cancers including lung cancer. This commitment is underpinned in the Departments public service agreement which aims to increase the five-year survival rate for lung cancer by 5 per cent. by 2010, compared to the 1993-95 baseline.
The Department in partnership with the Northern Ireland cancer network (NICaN) is taking forward work on a number of fronts which have the potential to improve survival rates for lung cancer patients. These include:
the provision of better information for lung cancer patients;
the development of GP referrals guidelines and improved primary care pathways for those suspected of having lung cancer, and;
further improvements in oncology protocols for the treatment of lung cancers.
To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland pursuant to the answer of 18 April 2006, Official Report, column 500W, on police, what Mr. Colin Ashes key duties and responsibilities are as
chief executive of the Northern Ireland Police Fund; what his grade is; what the grade is of other chief executives, or equivalent, of other Government Departments and agencies in Northern Ireland; and what direct experience Mr. Ashe has relevant to the Northern Ireland Police Fund. 
Paul Goggins: Mr. Ashes key duties and responsibilities are a matter for the Northern Ireland Police Fund. Information on the grade of all chief executives and their equivalents is not available and could be provided only at disproportionate cost. In relation to Mr. Ashes experience, I refer the hon. Gentleman to the answer given by my hon. Friend the Member for St. Helens, South (Mr. Woodward) of 18( )April 2006, Official Report, column 500W.
David Simpson: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland (1) how many part-time members of staff at each health trust in the Province have submitted industrial tribunal applications regarding non-payment of superannuation entitlements; 
(2) how many industrial tribunal applications by part-time staff from each health trust in the Province regarding superannuation entitlements (a) have been successful, (b) have been rejected and (c) are still to be resolved. 
The majority of the applications to the Office of the Industrial Tribunals by HPSS employees seeking retrospective access to the HPSS Superannuation Scheme refer to the period 1976 to 1991, prior to HSS Trusts coming in to operation. In many cases individual applicants have made claims in respect of a number of periods of employment. It is not possible to provide a breakdown by Trust, however, details are provided in the following table by health and social services board area.
|HSS board area
|Number of cases
Mr. Gregory Campbell: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland what public funding has been allocated to (a) the Riverside Theatre, Coleraine and (b) theatres in (i) Belfast and (ii) Londonderry in each of the last three years. 
| Notes: These figures include both capital and revenue funding. They represent the grants allocated to projects although in some cases the expenditure may not be incurred until future years.
Mr. Gregory Campbell: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland what daily average number of vehicles used the (a) Lodge Road Roundabout, Coleraine and (b) Caw Roundabout, Londonderry during 2005. 
You recently asked the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland a Parliamentary Question regarding how many vehicles on average used the (a) Lodge Road Roundabout Coleraine and (b) Caw Roundabout Londonderry during 2005.
As this issue falls within my responsibility as Chief Executive of Roads Service, I have been asked to reply.
By way of background, I should explain that Roads Service collects traffic volume data by means of 270 automatic census points strategically located throughout the Northern Ireland road network. The information is recorded for one week in each quarter during the year and an annual average calculated. The results are published in Roads Services annual Traffic and Travel Information Report, which presents the traffic volumes in a variety of formats for each site. Figures for the 2005 Report are still being processed, and therefore, the figures quoted below are based on the latest available data.
With regard to the Caw Roundabout, census points are placed on all four approach roads. The table details the average daily number of vehicles entering the roundabout from each road.
|Average daily flow
|(1 )This figure relates to the 2003 census as 2004 figures are unreliable, probably due to works on the Foyle Bridge during that period.
(2 )These figures relate to the 2004 Census.