§ Mr. Peter Rees
The cash limits on voted expenditure are listed in table A1 of the summary and guide to 1985–86 Supply Estimates (Cmnd 9450). The cash limits on local authority capital spending and other non-voted expenditure are given in the table.465W
Non Voted Cash Limits 1985–86* Cash block Department Description of expenditure Cash limit £ million BOE Bank of England Bank of England administration costs in respect of note issue, exchange equalisation account and debt management 80.6 DOE/LA1 Department of the Environment Capital expenditure in England by local authorities on roads and transport, housing, schools, further education and teacher training, personal social services and other environmental services 1,911.3 DOE/NT1 Department of the Environment Capital expenditure in England by new towns on housing, roads, commercial and industrial investment and certain water services *-14.4 DOE/HC1 Department of the Environment Capital expenditure in England on housing financed through the Housing Corporation 605.0 DOE/UA1 Department of the Environment External financing requirements of Urban Development Corporations, capital expenditure on the Urban Programme and derelict land reclamation 363.4 HO/LA1 Home Office Capital expenditure by local authorities on police, courts and probation 123.5 NID 1 Northern Ireland Departments Services analogous to Great Britain services covered by cash limits 2,189.0 SO/LA1 Scottish Office Capital expenditure in Scotland by local authorities on roads and transport, water and sewerage, general services, urban programme, police and social work, schools, further education and teacher training 409.6 SO/LA2 Scottish Office Capital expenditure in Scotland on housing by local authorities, new towns, the Scottish Special Housing Association and on schemes financed by the Housing Corporation, and industrial and commercial investment by new towns 416.9 WO/LA1 Welsh Office Capital expenditure in Wales by local authorities, new towns and the Housing Corporation on roads and transport, housing, schools, further education and teacher training, personal social services, and other environmental services and by the Land Authority for Wales. 275.8 HO/MP1 Home Office Expenditure by the Metropolitan Police on manpower, pay, pensions, premises, transport and other running costs 763.2 Total 7123.9 * The cash limit is net of receipts, which are expected to exceed capital expenditure in 1985–86.