To ask the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, what the annual spend is for (a) Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games, (b) Natural History Museum at Harwell, (c) 4th National Lottery Licence Competition, (d) Local Full Fibre Networks, (e) Shared Rural Network, (f) UNBOXED: Creativity in the UK, (g) Blythe House Programme and (h) Project Gigabit in each of the financial years from 2022-23 until the end year of each project, providing resource and capital spending.
24 October 2022
Birmingham Commonwealth Games
Natural History Museum Harwell (Unlocked)
Total funding for the programme agreed at SR21 is £182m.
4th National Lottery Licence Competition
Does not include expected costs following legal challenge. Funding not scored at the Spending Review as costs relating to the 4th Licence are funded from the National Lottery Distribution Fund.
Local Full Fibre Networks
Programme closed in 2022 and therefore there is no funding in this Spending Review period.
Shared Rural Network
Total funding announced for the programme is £1bn, made up of £500m Government funding matched by the private sector.
UNBOXED: Creativity in the UK
Total funding for the programme agreed at SR21 is £5bn.
All figures relate to funding profiles, actual expenditure may vary and will be reported through the Department’s Annual Report and Accounts. Funding and expenditure profiles beyond 24-25 will be subject to the next Spending Review. The figures included are as agreed at Spending Review 2021.