HC Deb 15 March 1999 vol 327 cc553-4W
Mr. Cohen

To ask the Secretary of State for Health on what basis the Regional Office for London will be allocating the general allocation for capital; and if he will list the amount to be allowed to each London health authority. [75134]

Mr. Denham

The basis for capital allocations is in accordance with the priorities set out in Health Service Circular 1998/214. Initial capital allocations to National Health Service trusts and health authorities are set out in the table. Further allocations will be made throughout the year following approval of business cases.

Initial capital allocation 1999–2000: London Regional Office
Trust/health authority (HA) £000
Barnet Community Healthcare 791
BHB Community Health Care 1,481
Bromley Hospitals 1,720
Camden and Islington Community Health Services 1,470
Chelsea and Westminster Healthcare 4,365
City and Hackney Community Services 861
Croydon Community 240
Ealing Hospital 1,458
Enfield Community Care 850
Forest Healthcare 2,883
Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children 1,800
Greenwich Healthcare 2,760
Guy's and St. Thomas's 22,760
Hammersmith Hospitals 7,840
Haringey Health Care 1,188
Harrow and Hillingdon Healthcare 538
Havering Hospitals 2,915
Hillingdon Hospital 1,707
Homerton Hospital 4,988
Hounslow and Spelthorne Community and Mental Health 656
King's Healthcare 3,800
Kingston and District Community 890
Kingston Hospital 1,320
Lewisham Hospitals 1,720
London Ambulance Service 4,400
Mayday Healthcare 1,360

Initial capital allocation 1999–2000: London Regional Office
Trust/health authority (HA) £000
Moorfields Eye Hospital 938
Newham Community Health Services 815
Newham Healthcare 3,771
North Middlesex Hospital 1,395
Oxleas 631
Pathfinder 730
Queen Mary's Sidcup 1,160
Ravensbourne Priority Health 409
Redbridge Healthcare 3,227
Riverside Community Healthcare 523
Royal Free Hampstead 4,059
Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital 931
St. George's Hospital 3,600
St. Mary's Hospital, Paddington 3,239
Tavistock and Portman 296
Teddington Memorial Hospital 40
Royal Brompton and Harefield 2,651
Royal Hospitals 7,365
Royal Marsden 1,754
Whittington Hospital 2,239
Tower Hamlets Healthcare 1,358
University College London Hospitals 4,394
West Middlesex University Hospital 3,659
Barking and Havering HA 50
Barnet HA 50
Bexley and Greenwich HA 50
Brent and Harrow HA 50
Bromley HA 50
Camden and Islington HA 50
Croydon HA 50
Ealing, Hammersmith and Hounslow HA 50
East London and the City HA 50
Enfield and Haringey HA 50
Hillingdon HA 50
Kensington, Chelsea and Westminster HA 50
Kingston and Richmond HA 50
Lambeth, Southwark and Lewisham HA 200
Merton, Sutton and Wandsworth HA 50
Redbridge and Waltham Forest HA 50
Broadmoor Hospital 1,441


1. Above list excludes Trusts potentially involved in mergers.

2. Above excludes additional allocations from A&E and Waiting List Capital Modernisation Funds, together with contribution from general allocation which will be used to supplement the money from the Modernisation Fund.

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