HC Deb 25 January 1999 vol 324 cc121-2W
Mr. Swinney

To ask the Secretary of State for Scotland if he will provide a breakdown of all allocations of money over £10,000 made under the Local Care Partnership scheme in the financial year 1997–98; if he will list the allocations over £10,000 already made under this scheme for the financial years 1998–99 and 1999–2000; if he will give(a) the amount allocated to running costs and (b) the total funds available for each of the next three financial years; and what percentage of this will be under the control of the Scottish Parliament. [65811]

Mr. Galbraith

[holding answer 18 January 1999]: The allocations over £10,000 made from the Local Care Partnership Scheme in financial year 1998–99 were as follows:

Health board area/project 1998–99 funding
Argyll and Clyde
Strategic approach to joint commissioning of addiction services—Joint Development Officer 34,000
Co-operation in Levern Valley 64,000
Rapid response team 51,000
Multi agency model for assessment in care management 57,000
Integrated assessment care delivery project 66,000
Forth Valley
Community care joint information system 25,000
Greater Glasgow
Carewell one stop care shop for older people 48,000
Skye support workers scheme 42,000
Inverness and Culloden Project 100,000
Health board area/project 1998–99 funding
Broxburn Challenge Centre Partnership 59,000
Development of care pathways for patients with fractured neck of femur 17,000

Allocations made over £10,000 for financial year 1999–2000 were as follows:

Health board area/project 1999–2000 funding
Hitting the targets 51,000
Services for homeless people 55,000

The Scheme did not operate in 1997–98. The Scheme will come under the control of the Scottish Parliament.