§ The Parliamentary Secretary, Lord Chancellor's Department (Ms Rosie Winterton)
Subject to Parliamentary approval of the necessary Supplementary Estimates, the Lord Chancellor's Departments (including Northern Ireland Court Service and Public Records Office) DEL will be increased by £67,866,000 from £2,833,287,000 to £2,901,153,000 and the administration costs limit will be increased by £20,315,000 from £695,799,000 to £716,114,000. Within the DEL change, the impact on resources and capital are as set out in the following table.35WS
Resources Capital Change New DEL Of which: Voted Non-voted Change New DEL Of which: voted Non-voted TOTAL 46,971 2,777,230 2,543,516 233,714 20,895 123,923 90,431 33,492
The change in the resource element of the DEL is the net effect of: take up of £1,000,000 administration costs from the Policy Innovation Fund; take up of £243,000 resources from the Invest to Save Budget; take up of £34,931,000 in relation to the Criminal Justice System (CIS) Reserve from the Home Office, of which £14,224,000 is administration costs; take up of transfers totalling £210,000 resources from the Home Office, of which £45,000 is administration costs; a transfer of £20,000 resources to the Home Office; a transfer of £4,322,000 resources from the Office of Government Commerce; a transfer of £26,000 resources from the Office for National Statistics; take up of Invest to Save Budget end year flexibility of £268,000 resources, of which £226,000 is administration costs; to take up end year flexibility of £3,820,000 administration costs relating to the Criminal Justice System (CIS) Reserve; and a transfer of £ 1,171,000 resources from capital grant utilising the 2 ½per cent, capital to resource allowance.
The change in the Public Records Office resource element of DEL arises from: the take up of £1,000,000 administration costs from end year flexibility.
The change in the capital element of the DEL is the net effect of: take up of £1,100,000 resources from the Capital Modernisation Fund for HM Land Registry; take up of £36,000 resources from the Invest to Save Budget; take up of £8,650,000 Round 1 Capital Modernisation Fund from the Home Office; take up of £8,000,000 in relation to the Criminal Justice System (CJS) Reserve from the Home Office; take up Capital Modernisation Fund end year flexibility of £4,215,000; take up of Invest to Save Budget end year flexibility of £65,000 resources; and a transfer of £1,171,000 to resource grant utilising the 2 ½ per cent, capital to resource allowance.
The increases will be offset by inter-departmental transfers, increases to Appropriations in Aid and take up of End Year Flexibility entitlements and will therefore not add to the planned total of public expenditure.