HC Deb 23 March 1976 vol 908 cc163-4W
Mr. Small

asked the Secretary of State for Scotland how much school building education authorities will be authorized

Poland Hungary Czechoslovakia Total
1971 0.357 2.620 2.977
1972 1.747 0.400 1.990 4.137
1973 3.377 0.390 2.226 5.993
1974 0.290 0.319 1.773 2.382
1975 1.157 3.908 3.314 8.379

The Government's general policy on imports was outlined in the Chancellor of the Exchequer's speech on 17th December 1975. This does not rule out the possibility of import controls where the existence of an industry is threatened by

to start in the financial year 1976–77; and what was the amount for 1975–76.

Mr. William Ross

For primary, secondary and special schools the amount is £42 million. The amount for 1975–76 at 1975 survey prices was £39.6 million. The figure of £42 million includes £39.8 million for primary and secondary schools and £2.2 million for special schools. The £39.8 million will enable more additional accommodation to be provided than was envisaged when the provisional programme for 1976–77 was announced in February last year.

For nursery schools, the programme already announced for the 12 months to 30th September 1976, which was at the same level as for the previous 12 months, is now £7.9 million after revaluation. £0.6 million will be made available for starts in the following six months on selected projects in areas of social deprivation.

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