§ Mr. Pickles
To ask the Deputy Prime Minister if he will list the(a) maintenance, (b) running and (c) capital costs associated with each of his official residences in each year since 1997. 
§ Yvette Cooper
The cost of my right. hon. Friend the Deputy Prime Minister's accommodation including rent, security and maintenance costs, which include capital works, in Admiralty House is tabled as follows:
£ 1998–99 172,572 1999–2000 301,615 2000–01 224,677 2001–02 211,082 2002–03 260,916
The costs are based on an apportionment of the costs of running Admiralty House and are charged to the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister by the Cabinet Office who manage the building.
In addition my right hon. Friend the Deputy Prime Minister has the use of Dorneywood which is not owned by the Government, and therefore there is no cost to public funds