HC Deb 06 December 1990 vol 182 cc169-70W
Mr. Michael

To ask the Secretary of State for Wales if he will make it his policy that consultations with the public and with national health service staff in Pembrokeshire

Mr. Heseltine

[holding answer 5 December 1990]: The following tables show the information requested in respect of:

  1. (1) the building work funded up to March 1990 by the Property Services Agency, and thereafter by Property Holdings, as part of their responsibilities for the management of the Civil and Parliamentary Estates;
  2. (2) the Department of the Environment's own accommodation.

The figures reflect the gradual transfer of responsibility for new building and maintenance services to occupying departments throughout the period. Information on the number of new building projects prior to 1 April 1988 is available only at disproportionate cost.

regarding the proposed national health service trust shall be carried out objectively and independently of the health authority.

Mr. David Hunt

A decision on whether to approve a formal application for NHS trust status is subject to a statutory three-month public consultation period. In Wales this will be undertaken by the Welsh Office.

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