§ Mr. Don Foster
To ask the Deputy Prime Minister if he will list the successful bidders for the second round of the Starter Home Initiative and indicate how much each one will receive. 
§ Mr. McNulty
The list of successful bidders for Starter Home Initiative Round 2 funding and the allocations made to each one are set out in the table below. Some of the bidders are assisting key workers across a number of local authority areas.870W
Bidder Funding allocation £s Boleyn and Forest Housing Society 1,705,650 Bedfordshire Pilgrims Housing Association 1,291,500 Metropolitan Home Ownership 735,000 Moat Home Ownership 3,486,000 Aldwyck Housing Association 840,000 Swaythling Housing Society 2,142,000 Apex Housing Group 188,100 Midsummer Housing Association 103,000 Northcote Housing Association 1,055,750 Oakfern Housing 105,000 Sovereign Housing 493,500 Southern Housing Home Ownership 1,921,500 Airways Home Ownership 882.000 Soha Housing 287,000 Thames Valley Housing Association 1,218,000 Signpost Housing Association 945,000 Western Challenge Housing Association 420,000 Sarsen Housing Association 472,500 Knightstone Housing Society 220,500 Devon and Cornwall Housing Association 105,000 Touchstone Housing Association 262,500 Angevin Specialist Homes 100,000
§ Mr. Willis
To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Skills what definition of key workers her department is using in the Starter Homes Initiative. 
§ Mr. McNulty
I have been asked to reply.
The Starter Home Initiative is assisting primarily teachers in schools, police, nurses and other health workers to buy their first home. Bids for Starter Home Initiative funding were also invited to assist other key workers, and as a result some social workers, care workers, occupational therapists, fire fighters and transport workers are also being assisted.