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The board members of Firebuy Ltd. are: Liz Barron (Chair), Elizabeth Bennett, Karen Dodd,
Anthony Duggan, Paul Fuller, George Herbert, Martin Kitchen, Robert Light, David Rowe and Colin Tandy.
The board members of the Community Development Foundation are: Tom Levitt MP (Chair), Suhail Aziz, Liz Bickerton, Michael Hamilton, Abdul Ismail, Jagwant Johal, Peter Latchford, Ruth Lister, Stewart Murdoch, Andrew Robinson, Dan Rogerson MP, Marilyn Taylor, Alison Wightman, Hilary Willmer and Jeremy Wright MP.
Chris Ruane: To ask the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government what the (a) least deprived and (b) most deprived lower layer super output area is in (i) Barry, (ii) Blackpool, (iii) Bognor Regis, (iv) Bournemouth, (v) Bridlington, (vi) Brighton, (vii) Burnham-on-Sea, (viii) Clacton, (ix) Conwy, (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. 
John Healey: The following table lists the codes for the least and most deprived lower super output areas in the English towns listed in the original question. We do not hold information on deprivation in Welsh towns.
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Mr. Waterson: To ask the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government what targets have been set for house building in (a) Eastbourne constituency and (b) East Sussex in the next planning period. 
Mr. Khan: Targets for the next planning period 2006-26 will be covered in the new South East Plan when it has been finalised. Proposed changes to the Draft South East Plan (consultation closed on 24 October 2008) set out a requirement for 4,800 dwellings for Eastbourne and 42,400 for East Sussex over the 20 year life of the Plan.
James Duddridge: To ask the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government how much funding the Northwest Regional Development Agency provided to the campaign group Keep our Future Afloat, in each year since 2005. 
Julia Goldsworthy: To ask the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government how much local authority income in (a) England and (b) each local authority in England came from (i) revenue support grant, (ii) specific and special grants, (iii) capital receipts, (iv) fees, rents and charges, (v) council tax, (vi) external interest receipts, (vii) housing revenue accounts and (viii) redistributed non-domestic rates in each year since 1997. 
Mr. Pickles: To ask the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government how many (a) organisations and (b) individuals responded to the consultation on the date of the 2009 local elections; and what the name is of each which did not request confidentiality. 
John Healey: As I announced in the written statement I made to the House on 7 October 2008, Official Report, column 8WS, I placed in the Library of the House a document summarising the representations we received and setting out the Government's response.
Robert Neill: To ask the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government with reference to clause 5 of the draft Local Elections (Ordinary Day of Elections in 2009) Order 2008, for what reason it is proposed that the provisions on elections to fill casual vacancies should commence seven rather than six months before the June 2009 elections. 
John Healey: The approach that we have adopted in light of representations received, including from the Local Government Association, provides more clarity and certainty for returning officers as to when the period during which casual vacancies do not need to be filled starts. The date will be 7 November whether the election is held in May or June. This replicates the approach taken for the 2004 elections.
Paul Rowen: To ask the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government how much has been paid (a) by (i) employees and (ii) employers into and (b) to those receiving pensions payments by the local government pension scheme in each of the last five years. 
Details of how much has been paid into the Local Government Pension Scheme by both employees and employers, as well how much has been paid to those
receiving pensions payments, in each of the last five years, can be found on the Communities and Local Government website at:
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