§ Mr. Love
To ask the Secretary of State for the Environment, Transport and the Regions if he will break down the total amount spent on each programme by his Department in each year since May 1997 in the(a) Edmonton parliamentary constituency and (b) London borough of Enfield where applicable. 
§ Ms Beverley Hughes
The Department of Environment, Transport and the Regions provided the following funding to the London borough of Enfield in each of the last four years.489W
2000–01Government Grant for Local Authority General Fund Revenue Support: £133,017,967National Non-Domestic Rates: £73,528,897Housing Revenue Account Subsidy: £16,304,553 (estimated)Housing Investment Programme: £9,703,000All Services Basic Credit Approval: £10,212,000Local Transport Capital Expenditure: £2,099,000
1999–2000Government Grant for Local Authority General Fund Revenue Support: £133,540,422National Non-Domestic Rates: £65,395,998Housing Revenue Account Subsidy: £16,210,933 (estimated)Housing Investment Programme: £7,721,000All Services Basic Credit Approval: £6,396,000Local Transport Capital Expenditure: £2,575,000
1998–99Government Grant for Local Authority General Fund Revenue Support: £128,227,609National Non-Domestic Rates: £59,780,402Housing Revenue Account Subsidy: £19,024,734Housing Investment Programme: £4,437,000All Services Basic Credit Approval: £8,340,000Local Transport Capital Expenditure: £1,944,000
1997–98Housing Revenue Account Subsidy: £20,296,207Housing Investment Programme: £5,894,800All Service Basic Credit Approval: £9,779,000Local Transport Capital Expenditure: £2,830,000.
There is one Single Regeneration Budget Partnership (SRB), which has a direct benefit to the London borough of Enfield. This is the Upper Lea Valley Partnership which is a Round 1 Programme with £39.9 million over seven years. Commencing on 1 April 1995, it is a Capital based investment initiative, which is redeveloping and promoting economic investment in the boroughs of Enfield and Haringey.
During the period between 1 April 1997 and 30 September 2000, £9,831,000 SRB funds have been spent within the London borough of Enfield.
While Edmonton has benefited from this funding, it is not possible to separate out this geographical part of the borough as most projects cover the whole area of the Upper Lea Valley Partnership.