High Rise Flats: Insulation:Written question - 259401

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Asked by Sarah Jones
(Croydon Central)
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Asked on: 03 June 2019
Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government
High Rise Flats: Insulation
Commons
To ask the Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government, pursuant to the Answer of 9 May 2019 to Question 249217 on High Rise Flats: Insulation, how much of that £259 million has been allocated to (a) housing associations and (b) other registered providers; and whether he holds information on the amount allocated to registered providers by the local authority where their blocks are located.
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Answered by: Kit Malthouse
Answered on: 06 June 2019

Of the £259 million that has been allocated, £123 million has been allocated to housing associations and £136.4 million has been allocated to local authorities.

The table below shows total approved costs by building location. Due to public safety considerations, five local authority areas have not been specifically named as this could lead to the disclosure of individual buildings.

Local authority area

Approved Funding

Barking and Dagenham

£0.6m

Barnet

£6m

Brent

£21.7m

Calderdale

£1.7m

Cambridge

£0.1m

Camden

£80.6m

Croydon

£1m

Hackney

£2.1m

Hammersmith and Fulham

£0.4m

Haringey

£10m

Havering

£0.8m

Hillingdon

£0.4m

Islington

£5.6m

Lambeth

£20.2m

Manchester

£7.2m

Newham

£3.6m

Norwich

£1.9m

Plymouth

£11.8m

Portsmouth

£1.2m

Reading

£2.1m

Salford

£10.2m

Sandwell

£1m

Sefton

£2.5m

Sheffield

£3.9m

Southwark

£8.2m

Stockton on Tees

£2.4m

Sunderland

£0.4m

Tower Hamlets

£12.1m

Trafford

£4.8m

Wandsworth

£16.5m

Westminster

£6.7m

Other (5 Local Authority Areas)

£11.4m

Total

£259.4m

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