§ Mr. Roy Hughes
asked the Secretary of State for Wales (1) what was the total amount allocated in by his Department in urban development grant to each county council in Wales for the year 1984–85 and for each of the previous five years; and what are the estimated figures to be allocated to them in 1985–86 and 1986–87;
(2) what was the total amount allocated in by his Department in urban development grant for the year 1984–85 and for each of the previous five years, and what are the estimated figures to be allocated 1985–86 and 1986–87.
§ Mr. Mark Robinson
The urban development grant scheme was introduced in 1982 and the first approvals were announced in February 1983. Expenditure on approved projects may extend beyond the year of approval.
Total amounts approved for projects in Wales which have been completed or are in progress are, by year of approval:
1982–83 1983–84 1984–85 *1985–86 £ million £ million £ million £ million 3.552 2.23 10.62 2.016 * (to date)
The above figures include expenditure on approved projects submitted by four county councils, as follows:
County Council 1982–83 1983–84 1984–85 1985–86 £ million £ million £ million £ million South Glamorgan 0.385 0.045 8.5 0.093 Dyfed — 0.016 — — Clwyd 0.338 — — — Mid Glamorgan 0.025 — — —
Levels of urban development grant in 1986–87 will not be decided until the overall capital expenditure provision for Wales has been determined.400W
§ Mr. Wyn Roberts
Figures on the number of teaching staff in public sector higher education are not available. however, the information on those employed in maintained higher and further education establishments in Wales is as follows: