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None of the passes for the HQ Buildings, the GOs or agencies have the name or address of the building, Department or organisation to which it refers, on them. The Department assesses all cases of lost or stolen passes to determine any increased vulnerability to security. Additional controls and procedures are introduced as necessary.
Mr. Cox: To ask the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government what estimate she has made of the cost of amalgamating the Housing Corporation and English Partnerships; and how much and what proportion of these costs she expects to be expended on (a) consultancy, (b) IT and temporary staff costs, (c) communications work, (d) redundancy and (e) re-hire payments. 
Mr. Iain Wright: The costs of the Homes and Communities Agency are set out in the Housing and Regeneration BillImpact Assessment. This states that the one-off cost of setting up the Homes and Communities Agency will be £20 million over three years.
Mr. Austin Mitchell: To ask the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government what the national level of housing revenue account subsidy was in each year since 1990; and what it is projected to be in each of the next 15 years, using the same assumptions which have been made for the housing revenue account pilot opt-outs. 
The table shows the value of the bricks and mortar element of HRA subsidy. Prior to 2004-05, HRA subsidy also contained a rent rebate element. This is omitted from the table to ensure consistency with post 2004-05 data. Prior to 2004-05, surpluses in the bricks and mortar element were applied to the cost of rent rebates for local authorities.
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As part of the self financing modelling exercise some broad forecasts of future HRA subsidy entitlement were generated at a national level. These forecasts were based upon a number of assumptions about factors such as the number of dwellings in the HRA subsidy system, interest rates and rates of inflation. The forecasts are highly sensitive to changes in any of these assumptions. They are based upon the 2007-08 HRA subsidy system.
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Chris Ruane: To ask the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government how many (a) council houses, (b) houses rented by registered social landlords, (c) private rented houses in multiple occupation and (d) private rented houses which are not in multiple occupation there are in (i) the most deprived ward and (ii) the most deprived lower-layer super output area in (A) Barry, (B) Blackpool, (C) Bognor Regis, (D) Bournemouth, (E) Bridlington, (F) Brighton, (G) Burnham on Sea, (H) Clacton, (I) Conwy, (J) Dawlish/Teignmouth, (K) Deal, (L) Eastbourne, (M) Exmouth, (N) Falmouth, (O) Folkestone/Hythe, (P) Great Yarmouth, (Q) Hastings/Bexhill, (R) Ilfracombe, (S) Isle of Wight, (T) Lowestoft, (U) Minehead, (V) Morecambe/Heysham, (W) Newquay, (X) Penzance, (Y) Porthcawl, (Z) Rhyl, (AA) Scarborough, (BB) Sidmouth, (CC) Skegness, (DD) Southend on Sea, (EE) Southport, (FF) St Ives, (GG) Swanage, (HH) Thanet, (II) Torbay, (JJ) Weston super Mare, (KK) Weymouth, (LL) Whitby, (MM) Whitley Bay, (NN) Whitstable/Herne Bay and (OO) Worthing. 
Chris Ruane: To ask the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government how many (a) licensed and (b) unlicensed houses of multiple occupation there are in (i) Barry, (ii) Blackpool, (iii) Bognor Regis, (iv) Bournemouth, (v) Bridlington, (vi) Brighton, (vii) Burnham on Sea, (viii) Clacton, (ix) Conway, (x) Dawlish/Teignmouth, (xi) Deal, (xii) Eastbourne, (xiii) Exmouth, (xiv) Falmouth, (xv) Folkestone/Hythe, (xvi) Great Yarmouth, (xvii) Hastings/Bexhill, (xviii) Ilfracombe, (xix) Isle of Wight, (xx) Lowestoft, (xxi) Minehead, (xxii) Morecambe/Heysham, (xxiii) Newquay, (xxiv) Penzance, (xxv) Porthcawl, (xxvi) Rhyl, (xxvii) Scarborough, (xxviii) Sidmouth, (xxix) Skegness, (xxx) Southend on Sea, (xxxi) Southport, (xxxii) St Ives, (xxxiii) Swanage, (xxxiv) Thanet, (xxxv) Torbay, (xxxvi) Weston super Mare, (xxxvii) Weymouth, (xxxviii) Whitby, (xxxix) Whitley Bay, (xl) Whitstable/Herne Bay and (xli) Worthing. 
Adam Price: To ask the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government pursuant to the answer of 13 October 2008, Official Report, column 982W, on local authorities: mortgages, which building society lending rates are used for the purpose of reviewing the standard national rate (SNR) for local authority mortgages; and what those rates were at the time of the last review of the SNR. 
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