§ Mr. Fallon
To ask the Secretary of State for the Environment, Transport and the Regions if he will list the revenue derived from parking by each London borough in the last full year for which figures are available. 
§ Mr. Hill
The information requested is shown in the table.196W
London Local Authorities—1998–99 Parking Income Income £000 Barking and Dagenham 935 Barnet 3,060 Bexley 2,618 Brent 4,052 Bromley 5,404 Camden 21,286 Corporation of London 12,702 Croydon 10,148 Ealing 3,120 Enfield 3,777 Greenwich 5,570 Hackney 3,473 Hammersmith and Fulham 13,194 Haringey 4,129 Harrow 3,408 Havering 3,478 Hillingdon 3,192 Hounslow 3,339 Islington 5,793 Kensington and Chelsea 25,946 Kingston 4,775 Lambeth 5,476 Lewisham 1,338 Merton 2,365 Newham 2,542 Redbridge 2,312 Richmond 5,561 Southwark 4,749 Sutton 3,484 Tower Hamlets 7,469 Waltham Forest 3,173 Wandsworth 6,160 Westminster 101,894 Total 289,922
The figures for parking revenue in the table are derived from the RO2 (Revenue Expenditure) form which all local authorities (including the London boroughs) must submit to DETR. Parking revenue covers all parking income i.e. revenue from parking meters, pay and Display, off-street parking, car parks, parking tickets, clamping, removal etc.
The R02 form splits revenue expenditure into two categories—(i) "Sales, Fees and Charges" and (ii) "Other Non-Grant income". These are terms used by the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy. The figures in the table represent the total of these two categories.