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Departmental Furniture

Mr. Bellingham: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice how much has been spent on furniture and fittings for his Department's new headquarters at 102 Petty France. [239471]

Maria Eagle: The Ministry has spent £2,744,622.78 on furniture and fittings at its new headquarters 102 Petty France.

The London accommodation programme has enabled 2,200 staff to move to the new headquarters building 102 Petty France, from four building across London. Not only is this helping to promote closer working and meet our sustainable development targets but, as we make better use of the headquarters building in future, 102 Petty France will save the Department £10 million a year.

Departmental ICT

Mr. Ancram: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice how much his Department spent on upgrading its IT in each of the last three financial years. [228424]

Maria Eagle: Since the Ministry of Justice was created in May 2007, details of significant expenditure incurred on upgrading IT are as follows:

In addition, the Ministry of Justice’s other main IT services are provided through contracts with external suppliers. These contracts include provision for regular maintenance and upgrade of the infrastructures and applications to keep systems up to date and to improve business efficiency. The costs of upgrades are included
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in the overall contract expenditure and could not be identified separately without incurring disproportionate cost.

Paul Holmes: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice how many (a) memory sticks, (b) laptop computers, (c) desktop computers, (d) hard drives and (e) mobile telephones were (i) lost by and (ii) stolen from his Department in each year since its inception. [234098]

Mr. Straw: The Ministry of Justice was established in May 2007. Reported losses for the period May 2007 to March 2008 are as follows:

Lost Stolen

Memory sticks



Laptop computers



Desktop computers



Hard drives



Mobile telephones



Four of the 11 laptops reported lost were subsequently recovered. Another one of those lost went missing in delivery and was never used. Records of mobile telephone losses are not held centrally and the aforementioned numbers reported have been taken from available records.

Departmental Internet

Mrs. May: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice for which Government websites his Department is responsible; how many visitors each received in the last period for which figures are available; and what the cost of maintaining each site was in that period. [235027]

Mr. Straw: The websites for which the Ministry of Justice is responsible are included in the following table.

Visitor statistics for the site between May 2007-March 2008 were 2,472,269. Visitor statistics for the other sites are not collected centrally and cannot be provided without incurring disproportionate costs.

Central contracts cover the provision for most of the Ministry’s websites and include the cost of maintenance, web hosting and support. The running costs for this period were approximately £2 million. This does not include staff costs as this information is not held centrally and could be obtained only at disproportionate cost.

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Website Site address

Adjudicator to HM Land Registry

Administrative Justice Tribunals Council

Asylum and Immigration Tribunal

Asylum Support Tribunal

Boundary Commission for England

Boundary Commission for Wales

Care Standards Tribunal

Charity Appeals

Civil Justice Council

Claims Management Regulation

Commercial Court

Community Justice

Community Legal Service Direct

Consumer Credit Appeals Tribunal

Council on Tribunals

Criminal Cases Review Commission

Criminal Injuries Compensation Appeals Panel

Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority

Criminal Justice IT Unit

Dangerous and Severe Personality Disorders Programme

Former Department for Constitutional Affairs

Employment Appeals Tribunal

Employment Tribunals

Estate Agents Appeals Tribunals

Family Justice Council

Finance and Tax Tribunals

FOI practitioners site

Gambling Appeals Tribunal

Gender Recognition Panel

General Commissioners of Income Tax

Her Majesty’s Courts Service

Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Court Administration

HM Prison Enterprises

HM Prison Service

Hutton Enquiry

Immigration Services Tribunal

Information Tribunal

Judicial Appointments and Conduct Ombudsman

Judicial Appointments Commission

Judicial Studies Board

Judiciary of England and Wales

Land Registry

Land Register Online

Lands Tribunal

Law Commission

Legal Services Commission

Legal Services Research Centre

Legal Services Review

Lord Carter’s Review of Legal Aid Procurement

Lord Justice Scott Baker—Inquests

Mental Health Review Tribunal

Ministry of Justice

Money Claim Online

National Archives—Office of Public Sector Information

National Archives Advisory Panel on Public Sector Information

National Archives Learning Curve

National Offender Management Service

National Parking Adjudication Service

National Probation Service

National Records and Archives

National Records and Archives 30-Year Rule

National Records and Archives Family Records

Office of Criminal Justice Reform

Office for Judicial Complaints

Office of Legal Services Ombudsman

Office of the Information Commissioner

Office of the Legal Services Complaints Commissioner

Office of the Public Guardian

Offices of Court Funds, Official Solicitor and Public Trustee

Parole Board

Party Funding Review

Pensions Appeal Tribunal

Possession Claims Online

Prisons and Probation Ombudsman

Proscribed Organisations Appeals Commission

Former Public Guardianship Office

Review of Legal Aid Procurement

Review of the Criminal Courts of England and Wales

Sentencing Guidelines Council

Social Security and Child Support Appeals Tribunal

Social Security and Child Support Commissioners

Special Educational Needs and Disability Tribunal for England

Special Immigration Appeals Commission

Statute Law Database

Transport Tribunal

Tribunals Review

Tribunals Service

Wiring Up Youth Justice


Youth Justice Board

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