§ Mr. Jim Spicer
asked the Secretary of State for the Environment what advertising agents have been appointed by his Department, or by the Central Office of Information on behalf of his Department, to handle campaigns involving the communication of information on subjects for which his Department is responsible to Parliament over each of the last 10 years, respectively; what was the subject of each campaign; and how much was spent on each campaign.
§ Mr. Kenneth Baker
Figures are available for the past five financial years only. To go back further would involve disproportionate costs.
The following table lists names of the agencies employed by my Department, the subject of the campaigns and the amount spent through the agency on each campaign.775W
Agency Campaign Expenditure £'s 1981–82 Doyle Dane Bernbach Right to Buy 219,300 Doyle Dane Bernbach Housing Act 61,900 Doyle Dane Bernbach Home Insulation Grants 25,000 Doyle Dane Bernbach Rent/Rate Rebates 274,400 Doyle Dane Bernbach Historic Monuments 19,000 1982–83 Doyle Dane Bernbach Housing Booklets 81,900 Doyle Dane Bernbach Land Register 22,500 J. Walter Thompson Home Improvement Grant 446,400 Doyle Dane Bernbach Right to Buy Reminder 79,800 Doyle Dane Bernbach Tenant Exchange 74,300 1983–84 Doyle Dane Bernbach Historic Monuments 15,000 1984–85 Doyle Dane Bernbach Kensington place 10,400 Doyle Dane Bernbach Historic Houses 2,500 J. Walter-Thompson Right to Buy 495,700