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To ask the Scottish Government what proportion of the planned expenditure in Scottish Ferry Services: Ferries Plan (2013-2022) will be on (a) Northern Isles and (b) Clyde and Hebrides routes and what the total expenditure has been to date.


Answered by Derek Mackay (29/10/2015):

The costs of the ferries plan proposals are not available in the format requested.

The following table details the actual spend by the Scottish Government in supporting ferry services in financial years 2013-14 and 2014-15. In addition, the current forecast outturn figures for 2015-16 are also outlined.

As the spending review for future years has still to be decided, budget and anticipated expenditure details are currently not available.

 

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

 

 

 

(forecast)

Clyde and Hebrides Ferry Services

£85,522,390

£101,071,419

£115,958,000

Road Equivalent Tariff

£3,889,000

£5,034,000

£10,000,000

Sub-total (Clyde and Hebrides Ferry Services Network)

£89,411,390

£106,105,419

£125,958,000

Northern Isles Ferry Services

£37,507,196

£35,973,572

£32,268,314

Other Ferry Services

£4,299,504

£3,288,197

£3,545,281

Total (Ferry Services)

£131,218,090

£145,367,188

£161,771,595

Piers and Harbours and Vessels

£13,295,693

£20,216,321

£45,495,000

Total

£144,513,783

£165,583,509

£207,266,595


Current Status: Answered by Derek Mackay on 29/10/2015
 
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