§ Mr. Gardiner
To ask the Secretary of State for Health (1) how many children under five years of age are living in the area covered by Parkside Community Health Trust; 
(2) how many children in (a) Brent, (b) Harrow, (c) Kensington and Chelsea and (d) Westminster have no named health visitor; 
(3) how many full-time equivalent health visitors carrying a clinical case load are employed by Parkside Community Health Trust. 
§ Mr. Denham
All children under five who are known to the health service in Brent, Harrow, Kensington and Chelsea and Westminster have a named health visitor. There is a system of general practitioner attached health visitors plus a named health visitor for refugees, homeless and travellers.
There are 29,493 children aged less than five years resident in the area covered by Parkside Health NHS Trust. Data from Brent and Harrow Health Authority indicate a total under five population of 18,561 and data from Kensington and Chelsea and Westminster Health Authority indicate an under five population of 10,962.
A total of 88.48 whole time equivalent (WTE) health visitors are employed by Parkside Health NHS Trust of which 42.41 WTE are in Brent and 46.07 WTE are in Kensington and Chelsea and Westminster. Currently there are 8.9 WTE vacancies, 2.9 WTE in Brent and 6 WTE in Kensington and Chelsea and Westminster. Agency health visitor staff are covering these vacancies.