HC Deb 14 June 1991 vol 192 cc686-7W
Mr. Shersby

To ask the Secretary of State for Health (1) what security grading is given to establishments in England and Wales providing secure accommodation for juvenile offenders in care; and if he will publish details of those which have the highest rating;

(2) if he will publish in tabular form a list of establishments in England and Wales providing secure accommodation for juvenile offenders in care together with the number of beds in each establishment.

Mrs. Virginia Bottomley

Secure accommodation provided by local authorities in community homes is for all children in care, both offenders and non-offenders. All such establishments are required to comply with the Department's design guidance in terms of safety and security.

Secure accommodation by social service inspectorate regions 31 March 1991
Regions Location Local authorities Number of places1
Northern New Aycliffe (Royston House) Durham 14M
Aycliffe Special Unit Durham 36M
Netherton Park Northumberland 5M
Yorkshire and Kepples View Rotherham 4M
Humberside East Moor Leeds 9B
East Moor Leeds 18B
North Western Red Sands Cheshire 6M
Red Bank (Vardy House) Lancashire 4B
Red Bank Special Unit Lancashire 26B
Blackbrook House Liverpool 5G
Briars Hey (Orchard House) Lancashire 8G
Dyson Hall Liverpool 8B
Barton Moss (Park House) Salford 7B
West Midland Stoke House Coventry 8M
St. Johns Birmingham 4M
East Midlands Moorfield Derby 2M
Kesteven Lincoln 4M
Greenacres Derby 5M
Thames/Anglia Salters Cambridgeshire 6G
Woodside Young People's Centre Hertfordshire 2M
Thornbury House Oxfordshire 3B
Brookside Berkshire 4M
London Middlesex Lodge Hillingdon 9G
Little Heath Lodge Newham 6B
Orchard Lodge Southwark 8B
Frant Court Greenwich 3G
Stamford House Hammersmith 16B
Southern Landsdowne East Sussex 5M
Beechfield West Sussex 6M
Fairfield Hampshire 3G
Glen House Hampshire 8B
South Western Atkinson Unit Devon 12M
Kingswood Avon 20B
1 G = Girls; B = Boys; M = Mixed Sex.

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