§ Mr. Burstow
To ask the Secretary of State for Health what the backlog maintenance cost was to reach(a) estate code condition B, (b) fire safety standards and (c) health and safety standards for all mental health trusts in England, broken down by trust. 
§ Mr. Hutton
The information requested is set out in the table. The figures provided do not indicate levels of risk to patients and staff. Trusts make every effort to
£ Trust Cost to achieve Physical Condition B 2002–03 Cost to achieve Statutory Health and Safety Compliance Standard B 2002–03 Cost to achieve Fire Safety Compliance Standard B 2002–03 Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust 21,188,485 1,760,499 10,900 Barnet Enfield and Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust 7,045,600 1,202,070 284,000 Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust 2,950,950 190,286 202,536 Central and North West London Mental Health NHS Trust 3,674,996 0 0 County Durham and Darlington Priority Services NHS Trust 3,021,910 50,000 16,000 East London and The City Mental Health NHS Trust 4,010,993 3,017,895 334,045 Gloucestershire Partnership NHS Trust 143,000 0 0 Lancashire Care NHS Trust 4,164,544 772,674 267,200 Mental Health Services Of Salford NHS Trust 4,175,110 0 0 Mersey Care NHS Trust 7,661,919 85,000 5,000 Newcastle, North Tyneside and Northumberland Mental Health NHS Trust 6,965,000 479,000 4,495,000 Norfolk Mental Health Care NHS Trust 4,162,000 0 0 North Cumbria Mental Health and Learning Disabilities NHS Trust 2,446,100 303,800 320,000 North East London Mental Health NHS Trust 3,120,550 1,807,469 126,330 North Essex Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust 6,613,600 76,100 100,400 North West Surrey Mental Health NHS Trust 50,000 0 0 Northern Birmingham Mental Health NHS Trust 2,883,159 171,000 47,000 Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust 3,979,784 743,000 32,000 Oxfordshire Mental Healthcare NHS Trust 3,028,550 161,120 86,986 Oxleas NHS Trust 6,000,000 550,000 250,000 Somerset Partnership NHS and Social Care Trust 683,000 0 0 South Birmingham Mental Health NHS Trust 1,950,625 40,000 30,000 South London and Maudsley NHS Trust 19,172,610 3,995,080 661,189 South West London and St. George's Mental Health NHS Trust 73,234,000 533,000 958,000 South West Yorkshire Mental Health NHS Trust 13,619,673 337,220 459,135 Tavistock and Portman NHS Trust 1,170,800 2,000 16,000 West Hampshire NHS Trust 536,000 305,300 0 West London Mental Health NHS Trust 10,752,770 4,125,000 1,050,540 West Sussex Health and Social Care NHS Trust 1,151,981 713,569 116,255 Total 219,557,709 21,421,082 9,868,516
§ Mr. Burstow
To ask the Secretary of State for Health what the annual maintenance budget for each NHS mental health trust in England was in each of the last five years. 
§ Mr. Hutton
The annual maintenance budgets for national health service mental health trusts is not centrally collected.
Data for the last five years on the annual spend on maintenance costs (including engineering, building and grounds and garden maintenance costs) has been placed in the Library. Validation of the data given for 2002–03 remains subject to amendment.
These figures include:1124WCosts associated with the provision of engineering, building and ground and gardens maintenance.
remedy significant concerns as quickly as possible. This is reflected in the very small numbers of injuries and deaths arising as a result of fires and reportable health and safety incidents in national health service hospitals in England, despite the very high numbers of people who use healthcare premises.
Spending on routine maintenance by mental health trusts reached £41 million in 2002–03 with an additional £60 million having been spent between 1998 and 2001. Improvements to health and safety and fire safety will result from the current priorities and planning framework targets for reducing the backlog of maintenance.
Labour costs for directly employed and contract staff including contract support costs, fees, materials, and;Pay elements for senior managers and all associated staff where involved in maintenance;Expenditure relating to the employment of staff belonging to an external organisation (including private finance initiative work);Capital works involving adaptations, improvements and/or alterations are not included.
The trusts listed in the table are those defined as mental health and exclude any trusts where only a minority of services relate to mental health.