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An error has been identified in the written answer given to the hon. Member for Eddisbury (Mr. O'Brien) on 23 February 2009. I am sorry that some of the figures in the last two rows of the table were transposed.
|¹ A validated unit of red cells is one that has been processed, tested, and labelled/validated as fit for issue to hospitals.|
² Participating hospitals have only been submitting data on units transfused for a full 12 months since 2005-06.
³ Figures stated for the percentage of units transfused and not transfused are based on data submitted by hospitals compared against NHSBT figures for number of units issued. There is a small degree of duplication in submitted data due to the transfer of blood between hospitals, meaning some figures exceed 100.
NHS Blood and Transplant
The original answer provided a table of the number of persons claiming JSA under the age of 19, resident in the Hemel Hempstead constituency and Hertfordshire for the periods February 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009. This was provided as an alternative answer to the above question, as statistics of the count of claimants of persons claiming JSA were not available for persons under the age of 21. The error occurred in the count of claimants for Hemel Hempstead and Hertfordshire, which were incorrect for all the years shownthey were double the corrected figures, because of a clerical error.
|Table 1. Number of persons aged under 19 claiming Jobseeker's Allowance resident in Hemel Hempstead and Hertfordshire|
|As at February each year||Hemel Hempstead||Hertfordshire|
Jobcentre Plus administrative system
Grant Shapps: To ask the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government how many Level (a) 1, (b) 2, (c) 3, (d) 4, (e) 5 and (f) 6 sustainable homes have been built in each quarter since the Code for Sustainable Buildings was implemented; and how many homes at each level she expects to be built in each of the next three years. 
Mr. Iain Wright:
The Code for Sustainable Homes (the Code) became operational in April 2007. We estimate
that it takes on average 18 months to two years to go through the design, planning and building of any home. To achieve Code status in the most cost effective manner, homes need to be specifically designed for the Code.
The Code process has three main stages, registration, design and post constructionthere is a significant number of homes within the processand these numbers are increasing monthly, even in the current difficult economic climate. The following data are March 2009, with an August 2008 comparison.
|Number of code certificates issued by end March 2009 and August 2008|
|Post construction (by code level)|