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Dr. Stoate: To ask the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government which projects in Kent Thameside have received funding from her Department since the launch of the Sustainable Communities Plan in February 2003. 
North East Gravesend Regeneration Programme
Dartford Town Centre Regeneration Programme
Northfleet Embankment Regeneration Programme
Gravesend Town Centre Initiatives
Gravesend Community Woodland Programme
Homes and Road Transport Infrastructure Programme
Managing the Marshes, Dartford
Cobham Ashenbank Management Scheme
Enhancement of Darent Valley study
Darenth Valley Path
Shorne Wood Country Park
Swanscombe Heritage Park
Swanscombe Peninsula Feasibility Study
Kent Thameside Delivery Board
The Old Rectory, Gravesend.
Mr. Drew: To ask the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government if she will list the tenant management organisations (TMOs) in operation, broken down by local authority; and how many TMOs there were in each local authority in each of the last three years. 
Yvette Cooper: The National Federation of Tenant Management Organisations (NFTMO) keeps a database of TMOs. It is likely that some TMOs will exist, and some will have folded, without the knowledge of the NFTMO. But this database is the best information we have. It has provided the following list of TMOs, broken down by local authority area:
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Yvette Cooper: The Department is not re-branding the Thames Gateway as Thames Estuary Parklands. On 22 November 2006 the Government published their Interim Plan for the Thames Gateway, which, among other things, set out the Government's intention to develop the Thames Gateway Parklands. The Parklands will form one important part of our investment programme across the Thames Gateway to revitalise the economy, deliver the new homes, jobs and infrastructure that are needed and create quality green spaces for local people to enjoy.
ASBO data are not available at parliamentary constituency level. A table giving the number of antisocial behaviour orders (ASBOs) issued
annually, as reported to the Home Office by the Court Service, by the local government authority area in which prohibitions have been imposed, up to 31 December 2005 (latest available), can be found on the Crime Reduction website at www.crimereduction.gov.uk
Mr. Hoban: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department what measures he has put in place to prevent the release to third parties of biometric records shared between his Department and other Government Departments or agencies. 
Biometric information is provided to another Government Department or agency only where there is a legal power to do so and where the exercise of that power is lawful. In particular the disclosure must not breach any duty of confidence and must comply with the provisions of the Data Protection Act 1998 and the Human Rights Act 1998. It would be incumbent upon any Department or agency receiving such information to process it in accordance with the law.
Joan Ryan: The Home Office does share biometric records with agencies outside the United Kingdom where necessary for the prevention or detection of crime or the apprehension or prosecution of offenders.
However, biometric information is provided to another Government Department or agency only where there is a legal power to do so and where the exercise of that power is lawful. In particular the disclosure must not breach any duty of confidence and must comply with the provisions of the Data Protection Act 1998 and the Human Rights Act 1998. It would be incumbent upon any Department or Agency receiving such information to process it in accordance with the law.
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