§ Mrs. Roche
To ask the Secretary of State for the Environment if he will list the 10 English districts with the lowest total capital and revenue expenditure. 
§ Mr. Robert B. Jones
[holding answer 22 March 1995]: Revenue expenditure and capital expenditure cannot be added together to give a "total" expenditure figure at an individual authority level. This is because some of the capital expenditure is funded from revenue.
The available information is.
The 10 English Districts with lowest Total Capital Expenditure in 1993–94 £000 Oadby and Wigston 1,120 Epsom and Ewell 1,187 Castle Point 1,276 Rutland 1,378 Bromsgrove 1,378 West Somerset 1,491 Oswestry 1,513 Castle Morpeth 1,514 West Devon 1,525 South Herefordshire 1,606
Total capital expenditure
This is gross capital expenditure on all services, including housing, and includes expenditure reimbursed by grants and expenditure financed from revenue.
The 10 English Districts with the lowest net revenue expenditure in 1993–94—outturn £000 Wellingborough 171 Berwick Upon Tweed 2,263 Teesdale 2,595 Alnwick 2,776 Rutland 2,859 Oswestry 2,995 Tamworth 3,035
The 10 English Districts with the lowest net revenue expenditure in 1993–94—outturn £000 Christchurch 3,227 Purbeck 3,278 Leominster 3,570
Net revenue expenditure:
This is expenditure on recurring items including the running of services and capital financing. It excludes spending funded by special and specific grants and income from fees and charges, interest, etcetera. This is the expenditure figure to compare to SSA.
§ Mr. Dobson
To ask the Secretary of State for the Environment if he will publish a table showing, for each local authority in England, the latest available net revenue expenditure figures to compare with standard spending assessment, broken down by broad service block, in each year since 1990–91; and if he will place this information in the Library in personal computer spreadsheet readable format. 
§ Mr. Gummer
[holding answer 17 March 1995]: I have placed the information in the Library of the House.