§ Mr. Butterfill
asked the Secretary of State for the Environment if he will give a breakdown of the average housing support figures for (a) pensioners (head of household) and (b) others in the following categories (i) the public rented housing sector, (ii) home owners with a mortgage or other loan and (iii) home owners owning outright; and if he will further subdivide the resulting figures between rent rebates, rate rebates, housing subsidy and income tax relief on mortgage interest.
§ Mr. Waldegrave
Estimates of Government housing support in 1985, on the basis described for 1984 in pages 108 to 113 ofEconomic Trends, No. 393 are as follows:
amounts do not become payable until audited claims have been received or Parliament's approval has been given. Exchequer grants to the ILEA for past years are subject to final revisions according to arrangements which vary from case to case.
§ Mr. Tony Banks
asked the Secretary of State for the Environment how many claims for redundancy payments or compensation from former employees of the Greater London council and metropolitan county councils have yet to be settled in full.