§ Dr. Godman
To ask the Secretary of State for Scotland (1) how much capital money has(a) been made available and (b) spent on the provision of secure units for young people in each of the past five years; and if he will make a statement;
(2) how much capital money has (a) been made available and (b) allocated for the provision of secure units in 1992–93; and if he will publish a list of the institutions concerned and the amount of money allocated in each instance.
§ Mr. Stewart
[holding answer 15 March 1993]: My right hon. Friend is empowered under the Social Work (Scotland) Act 1968 to pay capital grants to local authorities and voluntary organisations for provision of secure accommodation, taking account of the need for such accommodation over Scotland. Grants made available and spent on the provision of secure accommodation for young people in each of the last five years are given in the table.279W
Budget allocation £ Actual expenditure £ 119,200 Local authorities 500,000 — 1992–93 Voluntary sector 181,000 167,400 Rossie 1113,600 St. Mary's Local authorities 150,000 1140,000 Howdenhall Centre (Lothian) 1Estimate.