HC Deb 13 March 1973 vol 852 cc334-5W
Mr. Bidwell

asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department if he will publish in the OFFICIAL REPORT a breakdown of the sums allocated to the London Borough of Ealing in 1969–70, 1970–71, and 1971–72, by the headings nursery education, other education, day nurseries, other child care, care of the aged, housing advice and other housing schemes, community centres and community workers, family planning, other advice centres (including volunteer bureaux), playgroups, other play schemes, holiday projects and miscellaneous.

Mr. Lane

Expenditure under the urban programme was authorised as follows:

the categories of assistance to teachers and ancillary helpers, education welfare officers, interpreters, liaison officers, social workers, health visitors, public health inspectors, day nursery staff and supervisory staff for children in care.

Mr. Lane

Grant was paid under Section 11 of the Local Government Act

1969–70 1970–71 1971–72
£ £ £
Liaison Officers, Assistant Liaison Officers 3,006
Interpreters and interviewing staff 3,497 4,236
(a) teachers specially employed 141,890 190,990 236,767
(b) additional payments to Heads, Deputy Heads and peripatetic teachers 2,475 2,625 2,925
(c) ancillary helpers 47,917 69,408 95,578
(d) Education Welfare Officers 2,604 2,999 3,143
Social Workers
Other Staff 9,564 9,681 23,840
Children in care:
(a) in local authority residential accommodation 4,004 1,702
(b) boarded out or in voluntary homes 441 896
Local authority day nurseries 3,860 14,261 12,721
Health visitors 1,436 661 5,813
Public Health Inspectors 5,946 14,698 9,209
Total 222,702 310,969 422,128