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									Child Support Agency Quarterly Summary of Statistics (QSS) - June 2006

CSA Table 1      Status of All Cases Being Handled by the Agency
CSA Table 2.1    New scheme intake, clearances and uncleared work (both schemes)
CSA Table 2.2    Initial Clearance Types
CSA Table 2.3    Initial Maintenance Outcomes
CSA Table 3      New-scheme Clearances, by Month of Application
CSA Table 4      Age of New-Scheme Applications at Clearance, by Month of Clearance
CSA Table 5      Age of Uncleared New-Scheme Applications (scheme to date)
CSA Table 6      Status of Assessed/Calculated Cases
CSA Table 7.1    Case Compliance
CSA Table 7.2    Maintenance Outcomes
CSA Table 8.1    Collection Rate
CSA Table 8.2    Fully Compliant Cases as a Percentage of all Compliant Cases
CSA Table 9      Method of Collection: Usage
CSA Table 10     Method of Collection: Compliance
CSA Table 11     Cash Compliance
CSA Table 12     Arrears Collected as a Percentage of Arrears Accrued
CSA Table 13.1   Percentage of Parents With Care on Income Support or Jobseeker's Allowance (income based) in Receipt of Maintenance
CSA Table 13.2   Benefit Receipt for Parents with Care and Non-resident Parents on the New Scheme
CSA Table 14     Receipt of Child Maintenance Premium
CSA Table 15     Weekly Maintenance Liability, by Scheme
CSA Table 16     Telephony Performance
CSA Table 17     Accuracy of Maintenance Calculations and Assessments
CSA Table 18     Appeals
CSA Table 19.1   Staffing
CSA Table 19.2   Staff Turnover
CSA Table 19.3   Sick Absence
CSA Table 20     Clerical Cases
CSA Table 21     Enforcement Activity
CSA Table 22     Debt
CSA Table 23     Age of Non-resident Parent by age of Parent/Person with Care: June 2006
CSA Table 24     Gender of Non-resident Parent and Parent/Person with Care: June 2006
CSA Table 25     Region of residence of Non-resident Parent by region of residence of Parent/Person with Care: June 2006
CSA Table 26     Parliamentary Constituencies of Parent/Person with Care: June 2006
CSA Table 27     Local Authorities of Parent/Person with Care: June 2006
 General Notes to the tables
New Tables

As a promised in the DWP response to the CSA National Statistics Consultation, this edition of the CSA Quarterly
Summary of Statistics (QSS) contains a number of new tables. These tables relate to:

- Outstanding debt (table 22)
- Breakdown of the uncleared applications by stage in the application process (table 2.1)
- Information at parliamentary constituency and local authority level (table 26 and table 27)
- More breakdowns to be included, similar to those which were previously published for the Old Scheme data. For
example: gender, age and Government Office Region (table 23-25)
- Staff turnover (table 19.2)

We also committed to the provision of tables relating to Migrated and converted cases, administration costs and
compensation in the June QSS, but have unfortunately been unable to produce these in time for this publication due
to difficulties in establishing a consistent time series with supporting contextual information to allow for robust
comparison. We will aim to ensure their inclusion in the September QSS, due for release in October 2006.


Revisions to previous releases

This edition of the CSA Quarterly Summary of Statistics contains a number of revisions to historical figures published
in earlier editions. There are two reasons for these revisions:

A change to an improved data source.

Further improvements to the data source from which statistics relating to new and old scheme cases on the new
computer system are derived. Over the last 18 months, DWP analysts have been working with the CSA to improve
the quality and breadth of available management information, which have resulted in considerable improvements to
the scope and content of the QSS. The latest phase of such improvements, all of which are subject to rigorous quality
checks of a National Statistics standard, have resulted in the following changes to previously published data:

- A significant reduction, of around 50,000 in the volume of “uncleared applications”. This is because the improved
data source better identifies uncleared potential applications received via Jobcentre Plus. We were expecting this
change, and the potential for future revision was noted on the relevant tables in the last issue of the QSS.

- Greater coherence between the tables – of which tables 1 – 15 and tables 23 - 27 are now all produced from the
same data source.

- Reduction in the overall caseload across both schemes – we can now exclude cases that have been cancelled or
withdrawn and are awaiting closure.

- A reduction in old scheme Interim Maintenance Assessment (IMA) cases. We have excluded around 15 thousand
IMAs that have in fact been closed.

A change to methodology.

Old Scheme Interim Maintenance Assessments are now, for the first time, included in all the relevant tables for
consistency with current CSA target definitions, and to provide a fuller picture of performance across the whole
caseload. Since compliance is lower on these cases, performance against the relevant indicators is lower by a few
percentage points.

In each case, a back series has been provided using the new data and methodology.


Old Scheme figures

A component of the old scheme numbers is taken from a 5% sample of cases on the old computer system. The old
scheme figures and the overall totals are therefore subject to a degree of sampling variation. This sampling variation
is greater in proportional terms when the number estimated is small.


Ongoing development

Work is contiually ongoing to develop and enhance the data source for the published statistics as such future
publications may subject to revision.


Contact

Statistician: Stuart Grant
Telephone: 0191 225 6048
Facsimile: 0191 225 3193
Email: stuart.grant@dwp.gsi.gov.uk
CSA Table 1: Status of All Cases Being Handled by the Agency

These tables show the status of all the cases currently being handled by the Agency, and the division of these between the old and new scheme.

                                                                 Overall Agency
                                                                                                                                          Percentage Percentage
                                                                                                                                          of Cases on of Cases on
               Total number         Pre-Assessment or        Interim Maintenance           Nil Maintenance      Positive Maintenance           the Old    the New
                    of cases            Pre-Calculation              Assessment                     Liability                 Liability       Scheme      Scheme
                                   volumes           %        volumes         %        volumes            %      volumes            %

   Mar-03          1,286,000       295,500          23        24,900           2       457,000           36      508,600           40            99            1
   Apr-03          1,288,900       296,900          23        25,300           2       457,300           35      509,500           40            98            2
   May-03          1,292,500       300,400          23        24,000           2       457,300           35      510,700           40            96            4
   Jun-03          1,297,900       304,200          23        24,300           2       458,000           35      511,400           39            95            5
    Jul-03         1,304,500       311,800          24        23,800           2       454,100           35      514,900           39            93            7
   Aug-03          1,304,500       309,400          24        23,300           2       451,600           35      520,200           40            92            8
   Sep-03          1,310,700       309,300          24        23,000           2       451,000           34      527,400           40            90           10
   Oct-03          1,313,100       309,700          24        22,700           2       448,000           34      532,700           41            88           12
   Nov-03          1,306,100       305,900          23        21,800           2       444,500           34      534,000           41            87           13
   Dec-03          1,301,900       300,900          23        21,900           2       442,900           34      536,200           41            86           14
   Jan-04          1,307,200       305,800          23        21,300           2       439,900           34      540,300           41            84           16
   Feb-04          1,307,500       304,100          23        20,900           2       435,100           33      547,400           42            83           17
   Mar-04          1,306,700       300,500          23        20,400           2       432,800           33      553,000           42            82           18
   Apr-04          1,304,200       294,700          23        20,100           2       431,500           33      557,900           43            81           19
   May-04          1,306,300       293,900          22        19,900           2       430,000           33      562,400           43            79           21
   Jun-04          1,310,000       294,900          23        19,700           2       428,200           33      567,200           43            78           22
    Jul-04         1,314,200       295,600          22        19,700           1       427,400           33      571,600           43            77           23
   Aug-04          1,324,100       301,500          23        19,600           1       427,200           32      575,800           43            76           24
   Sep-04          1,327,800       303,100          23        19,400           1       421,600           32      583,800           44            75           25
   Oct-04          1,333,900       307,000          23        19,200           1       416,600           31      591,100           44            74           26
   Nov-04          1,346,600       309,900          23        19,000           1       412,600           31      605,100           45            73           27
   Dec-04          1,355,400       314,100          23        19,000           1       406,700           30      615,600           45            72           28
   Jan-05          1,356,200       310,600          23        18,700           1       413,300           30      613,600           45            71           29
   Feb-05          1,352,100       301,200          22        18,400           1       412,500           31      620,000           46            70           30
   Mar-05          1,351,200       294,100          22        18,300           1       411,900           30      626,900           46            70           30
   Apr-05          1,354,600       290,800          21        18,100           1       413,900           31      631,800           47            69           31
   May-05          1,352,600       283,200          21        17,900           1       413,600           31      637,900           47            68           32
   Jun-05          1,353,500       276,900          20        17,900           1       414,300           31      644,400           48            68           32
    Jul-05         1,355,600       272,900          20        17,700           1       413,900           31      651,100           48            67           33
   Aug-05          1,355,100       267,900          20        17,500           1       413,800           31      655,900           48            67           33
   Sep-05          1,359,000       265,300          20        17,400           1       413,900           30      662,500           49            66           34
   Oct-05          1,362,300       263,400          19        17,200           1       413,600           30      668,200           49            65           35
   Nov-05          1,364,600       258,900          19        17,000           1       412,600           30      676,200           50            64           36
   Dec-05          1,367,500       254,900          19        16,900           1       413,600           30      682,100           50            64           36
   Jan-06          1,372,600       254,100          19        16,500           1       412,900           30      689,000           50            63           37
   Feb-06          1,384,200       257,800          19        16,400           1       413,800           30      696,300           50            62           38
   Mar-06          1,392,500       256,600          18        16,000           1       414,600           30      705,300           51            62           38
   Apr-06          1,394,900       252,500          18        15,900           1       416,000           30      710,500           51            61           39
   May-06          1,400,000       251,200          18        15,700           1       416,800           30      716,400           51            61           39
   Jun-06          1,403,500       248,100          18        15,400           1       417,600           30      722,400           51            60           40




                                                                   New Scheme
               Total number                                  Interim Maintenance           Nil Maintenance      Positive Maintenance
                    of cases           Pre-Calculation               Assessment                     Liability                 Liability
                                   volumes          %         volumes         %        volumes            %      volumes            %

   Mar-03             17,700        17,500          99            n/a        n/a             -             0         200            1
   Apr-03             31,900        31,000          97            n/a        n/a           100             0         800            3
   May-03             50,100        47,300          94            n/a        n/a           200             0       2,600            5
   Jun-03             67,900        60,700          89            n/a        n/a           600             1       6,600           10
    Jul-03            90,300        75,700          84            n/a        n/a         1,200             1      13,400           15
   Aug-03            107,300        84,900          79            n/a        n/a         1,900             2      20,500           19
   Sep-03            127,100        92,800          73            n/a        n/a         3,000             2      31,200           25
   Oct-03            154,600       108,200          70            n/a        n/a         4,000             3      42,300           27
   Nov-03            173,600       116,600          67            n/a        n/a         5,000             3      52,100           30
   Dec-03            185,400       120,000          65            n/a        n/a         5,800             3      59,600           32
   Jan-04            203,900       128,100          63            n/a        n/a         6,800             3      69,000           34
   Feb-04            220,100       134,200          61            n/a        n/a         7,900             4      78,100           35
   Mar-04            241,400       143,800          60            n/a        n/a         9,000             4      88,600           37
   Apr-04            251,700       145,400          58            n/a        n/a         9,900             4      96,400           38
   May-04            271,000       156,000          58            n/a        n/a        10,900             4     104,100           38
   Jun-04            287,700       164,100          57            n/a        n/a        11,900             4     111,800           39
    Jul-04           302,400       170,900          57            n/a        n/a        12,800             4     118,600           39
   Aug-04            320,200       181,300          57            n/a        n/a        13,600             4     125,200           39
   Sep-04            336,100       189,300          56            n/a        n/a        14,500             4     132,300           39
   Oct-04            351,500       196,700          56            n/a        n/a        15,600             4     139,200           40
   Nov-04            366,200       203,000          55            n/a        n/a        16,600             5     146,600           40
   Dec-04            378,600       208,800          55            n/a        n/a        17,400             5     152,400           40
   Jan-05            390,100       211,700          54            n/a        n/a        18,700             5     159,700           41
    Feb-05             402,200       213,800           53            n/a         n/a        20,100            5      168,300            42
    Mar-05             410,800       212,200           52            n/a         n/a        21,400            5      177,200            43
    Apr-05             419,800       211,100           50            n/a         n/a        22,900            5      185,800            44
    May-05             427,000       208,500           49            n/a         n/a        24,300            6      194,200            45
    Jun-05             435,600       206,600           47            n/a         n/a        25,700            6      203,200            47
     Jul-05            444,300       205,200           46            n/a         n/a        27,100            6      212,000            48
    Aug-05             451,800       202,400           45            n/a         n/a        28,700            6      220,700            49
    Sep-05             462,500       202,300           44            n/a         n/a        30,200            7      230,000            50
    Oct-05             475,600       204,300           43            n/a         n/a        31,700            7      239,600            50
    Nov-05             485,000       201,000           41            n/a         n/a        33,600            7      250,300            52
    Dec-05             491,400       197,800           40            n/a         n/a        35,200            7      258,400            53
    Jan-06             504,400       198,200           39            n/a         n/a        37,200            7      269,000            53
    Feb-06             520,900       202,500           39            n/a         n/a        39,300            8      279,100            54
    Mar-06             535,500       202,800           38            n/a         n/a        41,600            8      291,100            54
    Apr-06             542,200       199,700           37            n/a         n/a        43,400            8      299,200            55
    May-06             552,200       198,900           36            n/a         n/a        45,300            8      308,000            56
    Jun-06             560,900       196,600           35            n/a         n/a        47,100            8      317,200            57




                                                                      Old Scheme
                                                                                                                    Positive Maintenance
                                                                                                                             Liability (Full
                 Total number         Pre-Assessment or         Interim Maintenance           Nil Maintenance                Maintenance
                      of cases            Pre-Calculation               Assessment                     Liability     Assessments Only)
                                     volumes           %         volumes         %        volumes            %       volumes             %

    Mar-03           1,268,300       278,000           22        24,900            2       457,000          36       508,400            40
    Apr-03           1,257,100       265,900           21        25,300            2       457,300          36       508,600            40
    May-03           1,242,400       253,100           20        24,000            2       457,100          37       508,200            41
    Jun-03           1,230,100       243,500           20        24,300            2       457,400          37       504,800            41
     Jul-03          1,214,200       236,100           19        23,800            2       452,900          37       501,500            41
    Aug-03           1,197,200       224,500           19        23,300            2       449,700          38       499,700            42
    Sep-03           1,183,700       216,500           18        23,000            2       448,000          38       496,200            42
    Oct-03           1,158,500       201,500           17        22,700            2       444,000          38       490,400            42
    Nov-03           1,132,500       189,300           17        21,800            2       439,500          39       481,900            43
    Dec-03           1,116,500       180,900           16        21,900            2       437,200          39       476,600            43
    Jan-04           1,103,300       177,700           16        21,300            2       433,000          39       471,300            43
    Feb-04           1,087,400       170,000           16        20,900            2       427,200          39       469,300            43
    Mar-04           1,065,400       156,700           15        20,400            2       423,800          40       464,400            44
    Apr-04           1,052,500       149,300           14        20,100            2       421,700          40       461,500            44
    May-04           1,035,300       137,900           13        19,900            2       419,200          40       458,300            44
    Jun-04           1,022,200       130,800           13        19,700            2       416,400          41       455,300            45
     Jul-04          1,011,900       124,600           12        19,700            2       414,600          41       453,000            45
    Aug-04           1,003,900       120,200           12        19,600            2       413,600          41       450,500            45
    Sep-04             991,800       113,800           11        19,400            2       407,000          41       451,500            46
    Oct-04             982,400       110,300           11        19,200            2       401,000          41       451,800            46
    Nov-04             980,400       106,800           11        19,000            2       396,000          40       458,600            47
    Dec-04             976,800       105,400           11        19,000            2       389,300          40       463,200            47
    Jan-05             966,100        98,900           10        18,700            2       394,600          41       454,000            47
    Feb-05             949,900        87,400            9        18,400            2       392,400          41       451,700            48
    Mar-05             940,500        81,900            9        18,300            2       390,500          42       449,700            48
    Apr-05             934,800        79,600            9        18,100            2       391,000          42       446,100            48
    May-05             925,700        74,700            8        17,900            2       389,300          42       443,700            48
    Jun-05             917,900        70,400            8        17,900            2       388,500          42       441,200            48
     Jul-05            911,300        67,700            7        17,700            2       386,700          42       439,100            48
    Aug-05             903,300        65,600            7        17,500            2       385,100          43       435,200            48
    Sep-05             896,500        62,900            7        17,400            2       383,700          43       432,500            48
    Oct-05             886,800        59,200            7        17,200            2       381,900          43       428,600            48
    Nov-05             879,700        57,900            7        17,000            2       379,000          43       425,800            48
    Dec-05             876,100        57,000            7        16,900            2       378,400          43       423,800            48
    Jan-06             868,200        55,900            6        16,500            2       375,700          43       420,000            48
    Feb-06             863,300        55,300            6        16,400            2       374,500          43       417,200            48
    Mar-06             857,000        53,700            6        16,000            2       373,000          44       414,200            48
    Apr-06             852,600        52,800            6        15,900            2       372,600          44       411,400            48
    May-06             847,800        52,200            6        15,700            2       371,500          44       408,400            48
    Jun-06             842,700        51,500            6        15,400            2       370,500          44       405,200            48


Notes:
1. Pre-calculation/assessment cases are those potential new applications that had not yet been progressed to the point of closure, received a calculation/assessment,
been identified as subject to Reduced Benefit Decision, claimed Good Cause or been identified as a change of circumstances to an existing case as opposed to a new
application. Whilst these are exactly equivalent to the total number of uncleared old-scheme cases, this definition differs slightly from that of an uncleared new
scheme case which also includes cases with a calculation, but for which no maintenance collection schedule has yet been set up (of which there were 25,500 in June
2006).

2. Volumes of cases with a nil liability and those with a maintenance liability refer to old-scheme cases with a Full Maintenance Assessment, and new-scheme cases
with either a Full Maintenance Calculation, or a Default Maintenance Decision only. It is not possible to quantify the extent to which the Agency's clerical new-scheme
caseload is or is not included in the above numbers.

3. An Interim Maintenance Assessment is a punitive maintenance liability which is imposed where, due to the non-co-operation of the non-resident parent, insufficient
information is provided to allow a Full Maintenance Assessment to be made.

4. Of the 51,500 old scheme applications still awaiting clearance, 27,900 are cases on the old Child Support Computer System (CSCS) and 23,600 on the new Child
4. Of the 51,500 old scheme applications still awaiting clearance, 27,900 are cases on the old Child Support Computer System (CSCS) and 23,600 on the new Child
Support 2 (CS2) computer system. Of the 27,900 cases on CSCS 26,900 are suspended, principally because the Agency has been unable to trace the non-resident
parent. Similar types of cases will be included in work in progress on CS2 (for both old and new scheme cases), but the volumes cannot currently be quantified.

5. Volumes are rounded to the nearest hundred and percentages to nearest whole percent.

6. Cases classed as nil assessed or nil calculated in table 15 comprise all cases in which the regular maintenance assessment at the end of the reporting period was
zero. In certain circumstances, it is possible for cases with a nil assessment or calculation to have had maintenance due via the collection service in the previous
quarter. For example, where a cases has become nil assessed during the reporting period, or if the regular assessment is zero, but arrears are outstanding. These
cases are shown in the "Positive Maintenance Liability" column in this table.

7. This QSS contains changes to the data source and the methodologies for some tables. Please see the "contents" page for details.
CSA Table 2.1: New-Scheme Intake, Clearances and Uncleared Work (both schemes)

This table shows the total intake of new-scheme application per month, the total clearances each month, and the total remaining uncleared applications for the
scheme to date, by source of application. This relates to the Secretary of State target for 2006/07 on Backlogs.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Scheme to
                                                            Jan-04      Feb-04      Mar-04      Apr-04      May-04      Jun-04       Jul-04    Aug-04      Sep-04         Oct-04    Nov-04     Dec-04       Jan-05    Feb-05      Mar-05     Apr-05    May-05      Jun-05     Jul-05    Aug-05     Sep-05      Oct-05    Nov-05     Dec-05      Jan-06    Feb-06      Mar-06     Apr-06    May-06      Jun-06         date

All new-scheme applications
 Received                                                   25,900      23,800      30,100      28,400      30,000      27,000      24,000      26,500      25,500        24,900     25,100     18,900      23,300     25,100     25,400     24,500     25,100     24,800     25,500     23,100     24,900     27,600     30,000     23,400     30,000     34,600     34,700     24,800     24,700     25,700    1,013,300
 Cleared                                                    16,300      15,800      18,800      25,900      18,300      17,700      16,600      16,100      17,700        18,000     19,200     13,700      20,300     22,600     26,700     25,100     27,300     26,100     26,500     25,500     24,500     25,200     32,800     27,100     28,800     29,900     34,000     29,300     26,500     28,700      791,400
 Cleared as a percentage of received                            63          66          62          91          61          66          69          61          69            72         76         72          87         90       105        102        109        105        104        110          98         91       109        116          96         86         98       118        107        112            78
  Uncleared work (scheme to date)                          145,700     153,700     165,000     167,500     179,200     188,500     195,900     206,300    214,100        221,100    227,000    232,100     235,100    237,600    236,200    235,600    233,300    232,100    231,000    228,700    229,100    231,500    228,600    224,900    226,100    230,800    231,500    227,000    225,100    222,000      222,000
   of which
     Case formation                                         39,600      41,100      44,200      39,800      43,200      47,200      49,100      55,900     60,200         63,400     68,600     70,400      71,400     71,900     69,500     67,200     63,300     59,500     57,100     53,800     54,600     56,800     56,200     54,300     56,000     60,400     63,900     62,200     62,800     61,900       61,900
     Information Gathering                                  88,500      93,100      99,700     105,700     112,800     116,800     121,800     125,500    129,000        133,300    134,500    138,300     140,300    141,900    142,700    144,000    145,200    147,100    148,100    148,600    147,800    147,400    144,800    143,500    142,200    142,100    139,000    137,500    136,100    134,700      134,700
     Calculated, awaiting schedule                          17,600      19,500      21,200      22,100      23,200      24,500      24,900      24,900     24,800         24,400     23,900     23,400      23,400     23,800     24,000     24,500     24,800     25,500     25,800     26,300     26,800     27,200     27,600     27,100     27,900     28,300     28,600     27,300     26,200     25,500       25,500


Private applications
 Received                                                     7,400       7,200       8,700      7,000       7,500       7,800       7,000       5,900          6,700      6,500      6,200      4,600       6,400      6,100      7,000      5,900      6,000      6,000      6,000      5,900      5,900      5,500      5,700      3,800      5,700      5,900      5,800      4,900      5,200      5,600      246,500
 Cleared                                                      5,800       5,700       6,500      5,700       5,500       6,000       5,400       5,300          5,800      5,700      5,900      4,300       6,000      6,500      7,000      6,200      5,900      5,900      5,700      5,900      6,000      5,800      6,200      4,800      5,600      5,600      6,500      5,400      5,500      5,600      206,300
 Cleared as a percentage of received                             78          79          75         81          73          77          77          90             87         88         95         93          94       107        100        105          98         98         95       100        102        105        109        126          98         95       112        110        106        100            84
  Uncleared work (scheme to date)                           29,500      31,100      33,300      34,600      36,700      38,400      40,000      40,700      41,600        42,400     42,700     42,900      43,300     42,900     42,900     42,700     42,800     42,900     43,200     43,200     43,200     42,800     42,300     41,300     41,400     41,700     41,000     40,600     40,300     40,300       40,300
   of which
     Case formation                                          3,300       3,500       4,300       4,700       5,700       6,200       6,800       6,700       6,400         5,800      5,700      5,700       5,500      5,000      5,200      4,900      4,600      4,400      4,700      4,100      3,900      3,800      3,700      3,600      3,700      3,900      3,900      3,800      3,800      3,500        3,500
     Information Gathering                                  19,500      20,400      21,500      22,200      22,900      23,900      24,900      25,600      26,900        28,200     28,500     28,900      29,400     29,300     29,100     29,000     29,300     29,500     29,400     29,700     29,700     29,400     28,800     28,100     27,900     27,800     27,200     27,300     27,500     28,100       28,100
     Calculated, awaiting schedule                           6,700       7,200       7,500       7,700       8,100       8,300       8,300       8,400       8,400         8,400      8,400      8,300       8,400      8,600      8,700      8,800      8,900      9,000      9,100      9,400      9,600      9,700      9,800      9,500      9,800      9,900     10,000      9,500      9,000      8,700        8,700


Potential applications received directly via Jobcentre Plus
 Received                                                   18,300      15,300      19,800      19,000      19,000      17,200      14,500      18,900      16,600        16,700     17,400     13,700      15,600     16,700     17,100     17,800     18,100     17,600     18,300     16,500     18,200     21,000     23,200     17,800     19,800     23,900     26,400     18,400     17,800     19,200      715,300
 Cleared                                                    10,400      10,000      11,900      19,500      11,700      10,400      10,100       9,700      10,600        11,000     12,000      8,700      13,400     14,800     18,500     17,800     20,300     19,000     19,700     18,400     17,400     18,400     25,400     21,200     21,100     21,100     24,200     21,600     18,900     21,100      545,900
 Cleared as a percentage of received                            57          65          60        103           62          60          70          51          64            66         69         64          86         89       108        100        112        108        108        112          96         88       109        119        107          88         92       117        106        110            76
  Uncleared work (scheme to date)                          116,100     121,500     129,500     129,000     136,300     143,100     147,500     156,700    162,600        168,400    173,700    178,700     180,900    182,700    181,300    181,300    179,100    177,600    176,200    174,300    175,100    177,700    175,500    172,100    170,800    173,500    175,700    172,600    171,400    169,500      169,500
   of which
     Case formation                                         36,300      37,600      39,900      35,000      37,500      41,000      42,300      49,200      53,900        57,600     62,900     64,800      65,900     66,900     64,300     62,300     58,600     55,100     52,400     49,600     50,700     53,000     52,500     50,700     52,300     56,400     60,000     58,400     59,000     58,500       58,500
     Information Gathering                                  68,900      71,800      76,600      80,300      84,500      86,900      89,700      92,100      93,500        95,900     96,500    100,000     101,200    101,800    102,800    104,600    105,700    107,300    108,500    109,100    108,500    108,500    106,500    105,200    101,700    100,300     98,700     97,800     96,700     95,800       95,800
     Calculated, awaiting schedule                          10,900      12,100      13,000      13,700      14,400      15,200      15,500      15,400      15,300        14,900     14,300     13,900      13,800     14,000     14,200     14,400     14,700     15,200     15,400     15,600     15,900     16,200     16,500     16,200     16,700     16,900     17,000     16,300     15,700     15,200       15,200


Manually introduced applications
 Received                                                       100       1,200       1,600      2,300       3,500       2,000       2,500       1,600          2,200      1,800      1,500       700        1,300      2,300      1,300        800      1,100      1,200      1,200        800        900      1,100      1,100      1,900      4,500      4,700      2,500      1,400      1,700        800       51,500
 Cleared                                                          -         200         500        700       1,100       1,300       1,200       1,100          1,200      1,300      1,200       700          900      1,200      1,300      1,200      1,100      1,200      1,200      1,200      1,100      1,000      1,200      1,100      2,100      3,200      3,300      2,300      2,100      2,000       39,300
 Cleared as a percentage of received                              -          17          31         30          31          65          48          69             55         72         80       100           69         52       100        150        100        100        100        150        122          91       109          58         47         68       132        164        124        250            76
  Uncleared work (scheme to date)                               100       1,100       2,200      3,800       6,300       7,000       8,300       8,900          9,900     10,300     10,600     10,500      10,900     12,000     12,000     11,600     11,500     11,600     11,600     11,100     10,900     10,900     10,800     11,600     14,000     15,500     14,700     13,900     13,400     12,300       12,300
   of which
     Case formation                                              n/a         n/a         n/a        n/a         n/a         n/a         n/a         n/a            n/a        n/a        n/a        n/a         n/a        n/a        n/a        n/a        n/a        n/a        n/a        n/a        n/a        n/a        n/a        n/a        n/a        n/a        n/a        n/a        n/a        n/a          n/a
     Information Gathering                                      100         900       1,600      3,200       5,500       6,000       7,300       7,800          8,700      9,200      9,400      9,400       9,700     10,800     10,700     10,400     10,300     10,300     10,300      9,800      9,600      9,600      9,400     10,300     12,500     14,000     13,100     12,300     11,900     10,800       10,800
     Calculated, awaiting schedule                                 -        200         600        700         800       1,000       1,100       1,100          1,200      1,100      1,200      1,100       1,200      1,200      1,200      1,200      1,300      1,300      1,300      1,300      1,300      1,400      1,400      1,400      1,500      1,500      1,600      1,600      1,500      1,500        1,500


Old scheme applications
 Uncleared work                                            177,700     170,000     156,700     149,300     137,900     130,800     124,600     120,200    113,800        110,300    106,800    105,400      98,900     87,400     81,900     79,600     74,700     70,400     67,700     65,600     62,900     59,200     57,900     57,000     55,900     55,300     53,700     52,800     52,200     51,500       51,500

Total
 Uncleared work                                            323,400     323,700     321,600     316,800     317,100     319,400     320,500     326,500    327,900        331,400    333,800    337,500     334,000    325,000    318,100    315,200    308,000    302,500    298,700    294,300    292,000    290,600    286,500    282,000    282,000    286,000    285,200    279,800    277,300    273,600      273,600


Notes:
1. A new scheme clearance is defined under the following circumstances; If a maintenance calculation has been carried out and a payment arrangement between the parent with care and the non -
resident parent is in place; a parent with care has been identified as claiming Good Cause or is subject to a Reduced Benefit Decision; the application is identified as being a change of
circumstances on an existing case; or the application has been closed.

2. This table counts applications for Child Support. Not all applications become live cases. It is not possible to quantify the extent to which the Agency's clerical new-scheme caseload is or is not
included in the above numbers.

3. A private application is one received by the Agency directly from either the parent with care or non -resident parent. An application is received directly via Jobcentre Plus when a parent with care
applies for benefits and their details are sent directly to the Agency's computer system by Jobcentre Plus. Additionally ther e are small number of cases which, due to technical issues, cannot be
entered on the system in the usual manner and have to be manually entered. These can originate from either private or Jobcent re Plus applications and at present it is not possible to separate the
two. The functionality to introduce cases manually onto the system was not available prior to Jan 04.

4. 'Case formation' describes those applications on which eligibility is being determined and initial details are being gathe red and assembled for the purpose of generating a new case.

5. 'Information Gathering' describes those applications which have been determined as eligible and key information is being g athered in order to allow a maintenance calculation to be carried out.

6. Old scheme uncleared work relates to cases that have not been assessed.

7. Volumes are rounded to the nearest hundred and percentages to nearest whole percent.

8. Information regarding the period pre January 2004 is currently being investigated, it is hoped that this information will be included in the next release.

9. This QSS contains changes to the data source and the methodologies for some tables. Please see the "contents" page for det ails.
CSA Table 2.2: Initial Clearance Types

The table shows the number of applications cleared each month broken down by type of clearance, for each source of application.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Scheme
                                                             Jan-04     Feb-04      Mar-04      Apr-04      May-04      Jun-04       Jul-04    Aug-04      Sep-04        Oct-04    Nov-04    Dec-04    Jan-05    Feb-05    Mar-05    Apr-05    May-05    Jun-05    Jul-05    Aug-05    Sep-05    Oct-05    Nov-05    Dec-05    Jan-06    Feb-06    Mar-06    Apr-06    May-06    Jun-06     to date

All new-scheme applications                                  25,900      23,800     30,100      28,400      30,000      27,000      24,000      26,500      25,500       24,900    25,100    18,900    23,300    25,100    25,400    24,500    25,100    24,800    25,500    23,100    24,900    27,600    30,000    23,400    30,000    34,600    34,700    24,800    24,700    25,700 1,013,300
  Clearances                                                 16,300      15,800     18,800      25,900      18,300      17,700      16,600      16,100      17,700       18,000    19,200    13,700    20,300    22,600    26,700    25,100    27,300    26,100    26,500    25,500    24,500    25,200    32,800    27,100    28,800    29,900    34,000    29,300    26,500    28,700   791,400
    of which
       Calculated and schedule set up                         8,000       7,700       9,100      7,300       6,900       7,100       6,900       7,100          7,700     8,200     8,600     7,000     8,300     9,100     9,600     9,200     9,100     9,500     9,600     9,600     9,900    10,400    11,800     9,900    11,600    11,700    13,500    11,400    11,800    11,500    322,300
       Closed                                                 6,700       6,600       7,500     16,000       8,700       8,200       6,700       6,400          7,800     7,300     8,300     4,300     9,700    11,200    14,400    12,800    15,100    13,300    13,800    13,200    12,000    11,800    17,600    14,400    14,400    15,400    16,900    15,000    11,700    13,700    381,800
       Good Cause                                               400         500         600        500         500         400         400         400            400       500       400       400       500       500       600       600       600       500       600       400       400       400       600       600       600       600       700       500       500       600     17,100
       Reduced Benefit Decision                                 400         300         400        300         300         300         300         300            300       300       300       300       300       300       400       500       400       500       500       300       400       400       600       500       700       600       900       600       700       700     14,100
       Change of circumstances                                  800         800       1,400      1,800       1,900       1,700       2,300       1,800          1,400     1,700     1,500     1,700     1,500     1,600     1,800     2,100     2,100     2,300     2,100     2,000     1,800     2,200     2,200     1,700     1,500     1,600     1,900     1,700     1,900     2,300     56,100
  Percentage of clearances which resulted in an
  initial calculation and schedule set up                        49          49         48          28          38          40          42          44            44        46        45        51        41        40        36        37        33        36        36        38        40        41        36        37        40        39        40        39        45        40          41


Private applications                                          7,400       7,200       8,700       7,000      7,500       7,800       7,000       5,900          6,700     6,500     6,200     4,600     6,400     6,100     7,000     5,900     6,000     6,000     6,000     5,900     5,900     5,500     5,700     3,800     5,700     5,900     5,800     4,900     5,200     5,600    246,500
  Clearances                                                  5,800       5,700       6,500       5,700      5,500       6,000       5,400       5,300          5,800     5,700     5,900     4,300     6,000     6,500     7,000     6,200     5,900     5,900     5,700     5,900     6,000     5,800     6,200     4,800     5,600     5,600     6,500     5,400     5,500     5,600    206,300
    of which
       Calculated and schedule set up                         3,700       3,600       4,300       3,600      3,300       3,600       3,300       3,300          3,500     3,500     3,700     3,100     3,600     3,800     3,900     3,500     3,300     3,400     3,300     3,400     3,600     3,600     3,800     3,100     3,400     3,400     3,900     3,600     3,700     3,800    129,600
       Closed                                                 2,100       2,000       2,100       2,000      2,100       2,400       2,000       1,900          2,300     2,100     2,100     1,200     2,400     2,700     3,000     2,600     2,600     2,500     2,300     2,400     2,300     2,100     2,300     1,700     2,200     2,200     2,400     1,800     1,700     1,800     75,300
       Good Cause                                                  -           -           -           -          -           -           -           -              -         -         -         -         -         -         -         -         -         -         -         -         -         -      100          -         -         -      100          -         -         -       800
       Reduced Benefit Decision                                    -           -           -           -          -           -           -           -              -         -         -         -         -         -         -         -         -         -         -         -         -         -         -         -         -         -      100          -         -         -       600
       Change of circumstances                                   n/a         n/a         n/a         n/a        n/a         n/a         n/a         n/a            n/a       n/a       n/a       n/a       n/a       n/a       n/a       n/a       n/a       n/a       n/a       n/a       n/a       n/a       n/a       n/a       n/a       n/a       n/a       n/a       n/a       n/a        n/a
  Percentage of clearances which resulted in an
  initial calculation and schedule set up                        64          63         66          63          60          60          61          62            60        61        63        72        60        58        56        56        56        58        58        58        60        62        61        65        61        61        60        67        67        68          63


Applications received directly via Jobcentre Plus            18,300      15,300     19,800      19,000      19,000      17,200      14,500      18,900      16,600       16,700    17,400    13,700    15,600    16,700    17,100    17,800    18,100    17,600    18,300    16,500    18,200    21,000    23,200    17,800    19,800    23,900    26,400    18,400    17,800    19,200    715,300
 Clearances                                                  10,400      10,000     11,900      19,500      11,700      10,400      10,100       9,700      10,600       11,000    12,000     8,700    13,400    14,800    18,500    17,800    20,300    19,000    19,700    18,400    17,400    18,400    25,400    21,200    21,100    21,100    24,200    21,600    18,900    21,100    545,900
   of which
      Calculated and schedule set up                          4,300       4,000       4,500      3,400       3,300       3,100       3,100       3,400          3,800     4,100     4,300     3,400     4,300     4,700     5,000     5,100     5,300     5,500     5,700     5,700     5,800     6,300     7,400     6,300     7,600     7,500     8,600     7,000     7,200     6,900    177,100
      Closed                                                  4,600       4,500       5,100     13,500       5,800       5,000       4,000       3,900          4,700     4,400     5,500     2,900     6,900     7,800    10,800     9,600    11,900    10,200    10,900    10,100     9,000     9,200    14,600    12,200    10,800    10,800    12,300    11,800     8,800    10,800    283,300
      Good Cause                                                400         500         500        500         400         400         400         400            400       500       400       400       400       400       500       500       500       500       600       300       300       400       600       500       600       600       600       500       400       500     16,100
      Reduced Benefit Decision                                  300         300         300        300         300         300         300         300            300       300       300       300       300       300       400       500       400       500       400       300       400       300       600       500       600       600       800       600       700       600     13,400
      Change of circumstances                                   800         800       1,400      1,800       1,900       1,700       2,300       1,800          1,400     1,700     1,500     1,700     1,500     1,600     1,800     2,100     2,100     2,300     2,100     2,000     1,800     2,200     2,200     1,700     1,500     1,600     1,900     1,700     1,900     2,300     56,100
 Percentage of clearances which resulted in an
 initial calculation and schedule set up                         41          40         38          17          28          30          31          35            36        37        36        39        32        32        27        29        26        29        29        31        33        34        29        30        36        36        36        32        38        33          32


Manually introduced applications                                100       1,200       1,600       2,300      3,500       2,000       2,500       1,600          2,200     1,800     1,500      700      1,300     2,300     1,300       800     1,100     1,200     1,200       800       900     1,100     1,100     1,900     4,500     4,700     2,500     1,400     1,700       800     51,500
 Clearances                                                       -         200         500         700      1,100       1,300       1,200       1,100          1,200     1,300     1,200      700        900     1,200     1,300     1,200     1,100     1,200     1,200     1,200     1,100     1,000     1,200     1,100     2,100     3,200     3,300     2,300     2,100     2,000     39,300
   of which
      Calculated and schedule set up                               -        100         200        300         300         400         500         500           500       600       600       400       500       500       600       600       500       600       600       500       500       500       600       500        700       800     1,000       800       800       800     15,700
      Closed                                                       -        100         300        500         700         800         700         600           700       700       700       300       400       700       600       600       600       600       600       700       600       500       600       600      1,400     2,400     2,300     1,400     1,300     1,200     23,100
      Good Cause                                                   -           -           -          -           -           -           -           -             -         -         -         -         -         -         -         -         -         -         -         -         -         -         -         -          -         -         -         -         -         -       300
      Reduced Benefit Decision                                     -           -           -          -           -           -           -           -             -         -         -         -         -         -         -         -         -         -         -         -         -         -         -         -          -         -         -         -         -         -       100
      Change of circumstances                                    n/a         n/a         n/a        n/a         n/a         n/a         n/a         n/a           n/a       n/a       n/a       n/a       n/a       n/a       n/a       n/a       n/a       n/a       n/a       n/a       n/a       n/a       n/a       n/a        n/a       n/a       n/a       n/a       n/a       n/a        n/a
 Percentage of clearances which resulted in an
 initial calculation and schedule set up                        n/a          50         40          43          27          31          42          45            42        46        50        57        56        42        46        50        45        50        50        42        45        50        50        45        33        25        30        35        38        40          40


Notes:
1. A clearance is defined under the following circumstances; If a maintenance calculation has been carried out and a payment arrangement between the parent with care and
the non-resident parent is in place; a parent with care has been identified as claiming Good Cause or is subject to a Reduced Benefit Decision; the application is identified as
being a change of circumstances on an existing case; or the application has been closed.

2. This table counts applications for Child Support. Not all applications become live cases. It is not possible to quantify the extent to which the Agency's clerical new-scheme
caseload is or is not included in the above numbers.

3. A private application is one received by the Agency directly from either the parent with care or non-resident parent. An application is received directly via Jobcentre Plus
when a parent with care applies for benefits and their details are sent directly to the Agency's computer system by Jobcentre Plus. Additionally there are small number of
cases which, due to technical issues, cannot be entered on the system in the usual manner and have to be manually entered. These can originate from either private or
Jobcentre Plus applications and at present it is not possible to separate the two. The functionality to introduce cases manually onto the system was not available prior to Jan
04.

4. '-' indicates a figure less than 50.

5. Volumes are rounded to the nearest hundred and percentages to nearest whole percent.

6. Information regarding the period pre January 2004 is currently being investigated, it is hoped that this information will be included in the next release.

7. This QSS contains changes to the data source and the methodologies for some tables. Please see the "contents" page for details.
CSA Table 2.3: Initial Maintenance Outcomes

   The table shows the number of cases in which a payment schedule was set up in each month broken down by initial maintenance outcome, for each source of application.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Scheme
                                                                               Jan-04      Feb-04      Mar-04      Apr-04     May-04       Jun-04      Jul-04   Aug-04     Sep-04      Oct-04     Nov-04       Dec-04   Jan-05   Feb-05   Mar-05   Apr-05   May-05   Jun-05   Jul-05   Aug-05   Sep-05   Oct-05   Nov-05   Dec-05   Jan-06   Feb-06   Mar-06   Apr-06   May-06   Jun-06    to date

All new-scheme applications
  Calculated and schedule set up                                                 8,000       7,700      9,100       7,300       6,900       7,100       6,900    7,100      7,700       8,200          8,600    7,000    8,300    9,100    9,600    9,200    9,100    9,500   9,600     9,600    9,900   10,400   11,800    9,900   11,600   11,700   13,500   11,400   11,800   11,500   322,300
    of which
      Initially Nil Calculated                                                   1,100       1,000      1,100         900       1,000       1,000         900      800        900       1,000          1,000      800    1,200    1,300    1,300    1,300    1,300    1,400   1,400     1,500    1,400    1,600    1,900    1,500    2,100    2,000    2,300    1,700    1,700    1,700    45,600
      Initially Maintenance Direct                                                 100         100        100         100         100         100         100      200        300         400            500      500      500      800      900      800      900    1,000     900     1,100    1,100    1,200    1,400    1,400    1,200    1,400    1,700    1,800    1,800    1,500    24,300
      Initially Collection Service                                               6,900       6,600      7,900       6,300       5,900       6,000       5,900    6,100      6,600       6,800          7,100    5,600    6,700    7,000    7,400    7,100    6,900    7,100   7,300     7,100    7,400    7,700    8,400    7,000    8,300    8,200    9,500    7,900    8,300    8,300   252,400
         of which
            Closed prior to first payment                                          600         500        600         400         300         300         300      300        300         300            300      300      300      300      300      300      300      300     300       300      200      300      200      200      200      200      200      200      100      100    12,200
            Became nil calculated prior to first payment                           300         300        300         200         200         200         300      200        300         200            200      200      300      300      300      300      200      200     200       200      200      200      200      200      200      200      200      100      100        -     8,400
            Moved to Maintenance Direct prior to first payment                     400         500        500         500         500         500         500      500        500         500            600      500      600      600      600      600      600      600     600       600      600      600      700      500      600      500      600      400      400      300    18,300
            One or more payments made to the parent with care                    4,800       4,600      5,600       4,500       4,300       4,400       4,300    4,500      4,900       5,300          5,500    4,300    5,000    5,200    5,500    5,400    5,300    5,300   5,500     5,300    5,400    5,700    6,300    5,300    6,100    6,100    6,800    5,200    4,400    1,100   177,600
            No payment yet made to the parent with care                            800         700        800         600         500         500         500      600        600         400            500      400      600      600      600      600      600      700     700       700      800      900    1,000      900    1,200    1,300    1,800    2,000    3,400    6,900    35,900


Private applications
  Calculated and schedule set up                                                 3,700       3,600      4,300       3,600       3,300       3,600       3,300    3,300      3,500       3,500          3,700    3,100    3,600    3,800    3,900    3,500    3,300    3,400   3,300     3,400    3,600    3,600    3,800    3,100    3,400    3,400    3,900    3,600    3,700    3,800   129,600
    of which
      Initially Nil Calculated                                                     400         300        300         300         300         300         300      300        300         300            300      300      400      400      400      300      400      300     300       400      300      400      400      300      400      400      500      300      300      300    12,200
      Initially Maintenance Direct                                                 100         100        100         100         100         100         100      100        100         200            200      200      200      300      300      300      300      300     300       300      400      400      500      500      300      500      600      900      700      600     9,100
      Initially Collection Service                                               3,300       3,200      3,900       3,300       3,000       3,200       3,000    2,900      3,000       3,100          3,200    2,600    3,000    3,100    3,200    2,900    2,700    2,800   2,700     2,700    2,900    2,800    2,900    2,300    2,600    2,600    2,900    2,400    2,700    2,800   108,300
         of which
            Closed prior to first payment                                          200         200        200         200         100         200         200      100        100         100            100      100      100      100      100      100      100      100     100       100      100      100      100      100      100      100      100      100        -        -     4,700
            Became nil calculated prior to first payment                           100         100        100         100         100         100         100      100        100         100            100      100      100      100      100      100      100      100     100       100      100      100      100      100      100      100        -        -        -        -     3,400
            Moved to Maintenance Direct prior to first payment                     200         300        300         300         200         300         300      200        200         200            300      200      300      300      300      300      200      300     300       300      300      200      300      200      200      200      200      200      200      100     8,700
            One or more payments made to the parent with care                    2,500       2,400      2,900       2,500       2,200       2,400       2,200    2,200      2,300       2,400          2,500    2,000    2,300    2,300    2,400    2,200    2,000    2,100   2,100     2,000    2,100    2,100    2,200    1,700    1,900    1,800    2,000    1,400    1,200      300    78,000
            No payment yet made to the parent with care                            300         300        300         300         200         200         200      200        200         200            200      200      200      200      200      200      200      300     200       300      300      300      400      300      400      400      600      700    1,300    2,400    13,600


Application received directly via Jobcentre Plus
 Calculated and schedule set up                                                  4,300       4,000      4,500       3,400       3,300       3,100       3,100    3,400      3,800       4,100          4,300    3,400    4,300    4,700    5,000    5,100    5,300    5,500   5,700     5,700    5,800    6,300    7,400    6,300    7,600    7,500    8,600    7,000    7,200    6,900   177,100
   of which
     Initially Nil Calculated                                                      700         700        700         600         600         600         500      500        600         600            600      500      700      900      800      900      900    1,000     900     1,000    1,100    1,100    1,400    1,100    1,500    1,500    1,600    1,200    1,200    1,200    30,800
     Initially Maintenance Direct                                                    -           -          -           -           -           -         100      100        100         200            200      300      300      400      500      500      600      600     600       700      700      700      900      800      800      900    1,000      900      900      800    13,900
     Initially Collection Service                                                3,600       3,300      3,800       2,800       2,700       2,500       2,600    2,800      3,100       3,300          3,500    2,700    3,300    3,500    3,700    3,700    3,800    3,900   4,100     4,000    4,100    4,500    5,100    4,400    5,200    5,100    5,900    4,900    5,100    4,900   132,300
        of which
           Closed prior to first payment                                           400         300        300         200         200         200         200      200        200         200            200      100      200      200      200      200      200      200     100       200      100      200      200      100      200      100      100      100      100        -     7,200
           Became nil calculated prior to first payment                            200         100        200         100         100         100         100      100        100         100            100      100      100      100      100      100      100      100     100       100      100      100      100      100      100      100      100      100      100        -     4,600
           Moved to Maintenance Direct prior to first payment                      200         200        300         200         200         200         200      200        200         200            200      200      300      300      300      300      300      300     300       300      300      300      400      300      300      300      300      300      200      100     8,900
           One or more payments made to the parent with care                     2,300       2,200      2,600       1,900       1,900       1,800       1,800    2,000      2,300       2,500          2,700    2,100    2,400    2,600    2,700    2,800    2,900    2,900   3,100     3,000    3,000    3,300    3,800    3,300    3,900    3,800    4,200    3,400    2,800      700    91,200
           No payment yet made to the parent with care                             500         400        500         400         300         300         300      300        300         200            300      200      300      300      400      300      300      400     400       400      500      500      600      600      700      800    1,100    1,100    1,800    4,000    20,400


Manually introduced applications                                                   100       1,200      1,600       2,300       3,500       2,000       2,500    1,600      2,200       1,800          1,500     700     1,300    2,300    1,300     800     1,100    1,200   1,200      800      900     1,100    1,100    1,900    4,500    4,700    2,500    1,400    1,700     800     51,500
 Calculated and schedule set up                                                      -         100        200         300         300         400         500      500        500         600            600     400       500      500      600     600       500      600     600      500      500       500      600      500      700      800    1,000      800      800     800     15,700
  of which
    Initially Nil Calculated                                                          -           -       100           -         100         100         100      100        100         100           100      100      100      100      100      100      100      100      100      100      100      100      100      100      100      100      200      100      100      100      2,600
    Initially Maintenance Direct                                                      -           -         -           -           -           -           -        -          -           -             -        -        -        -        -        -        -      100      100        -      100      100      100      100      100      100      100      100      100      100      1,300
    Initially Collection Service                                                      -           -       100         200         300         300         300      400        400         500           400      400      400      400      500      400      400      400      400      400      400      400      400      400      500      600      700      600      600      600     11,700
       of which
          Closed prior to first payment                                               -           -         -           -           -           -           -        -          -           -             -        -        -        -        -        -        -        -        -        -        -        -        -        -        -        -        -        -        -        -        300
          Became nil calculated prior to first payment                                -           -         -           -           -           -           -        -          -           -             -        -        -        -        -        -        -        -        -        -        -        -        -        -        -        -        -        -        -        -        400
          Moved to Maintenance Direct prior to first payment                          -           -         -           -           -           -           -        -          -           -             -        -        -        -        -        -        -        -        -        -        -        -        -        -        -        -        -        -        -        -        700
          One or more payments made to the parent with care                           -           -       100         200         200         200         300      300        300         400           300      300      300      300      400      300      300      300      300      300      300      300      300      300      400      400      500      400      300      100      8,400
          No payment yet made to the parent with care                                 -           -         -           -           -           -           -        -          -           -             -        -        -        -        -        -        -        -        -        -        -        -      100        -      100      100      100      100      200      500      1,900


Percentage of cases for which maintenance was due, where one or more payments had been made to the parent with care via the collection service, or a maintenance direct arrangement was put in place prior to any such payment

  All new-scheme applications                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  73
  Private applications                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         76
  Application received directly via Jobcentre Plus                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             71
  Manually introduced applications                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             72


Notes:
1. A clearance is defined under the following circumstances; If a maintenance calculation has been carried out and a payment arrangement between the parent with care and the non-resident
                                                                                                                             ;
parent is in place; a parent with care has been identified as claiming Good Cause or is subject to a Reduced Benefit Decision the application is identified as being a change of circumstances on
an existing case; or the application has been closed.

2. It is not possible to quantify the extent to which the Agency's clerical new-scheme caseload is or is not included in the above numbers.

3. A private application is one received by the Agency directly from either the parent with care or non-resident parent. An application is received directly via Jobcentre Plus when a parent with care
applies for benefits and their details are sent directly to the Agency's computer system by Jobcentre Plus. Additionally there are small number of cases which, due to technical issues, cannot be
entered on the system in the usual manner and have to be manually entered. These can originate from either private or Jobcentre Plus applications and at present it is not possible to separate the
two. The functionality to introduce cases manually onto the system was not available prior to Jan 04.

4. The percentage of cases for whom maintenance is due and who have made one or more payments via collection service, or had a maintenance direct arrangement in place prior to first
payment, is arrived at by summing number of cases receiving payment via collection service or on maintenance direct (both initially and those who changed to maintenance direct prior to first
payment) and expressing as a percentage of sum of collection service cases, those on maintenance direct (both initially and those who changed prior to first payment) and those with a calculation
and no charging schedule.

5. This table presents information relating only to the initial status of cases with a maintenance calculation, and not current status, as it does not take into account subsequent changes of
circumstances. This means that the figures do not give the total number of cases currently on the collection service, on maintenance direct or with a nil calculation. This information is presented
elsewhere in this publication.

6. It is possible that, where an application is received directly from a parent with care and the parent with care subsequently moves onto benefit, they may claim Good Cause or be subject to a
Reduced Benefit Decision.

7. '-' indicates a figure less than 50.

8. Volumes are rounded to the nearest hundred and percentages to nearest whole percent.

9. Information regarding the period pre January 2004 in currently being investigated, it is hoped that this information will be included in the next release.

10. This QSS contains changes to the data source and the methodologies for some tables. Please see the "contents" page for details.
CSA Table 3: New-Scheme Clearances, by Month of Application

This table shows the length of time taken to clear applications received by the Agency in any given month. This relates
to the Secretary of State target for 2006/7 on Throughput.

                                                           Percentage of applications cleared in
Month of                              Less than 6    6 weeks to 12 weeks to 18 weeks to 6 months to
Application            Not cleared         weeks      12 weeks     18 weeks       6 months       1 year        Over 1 year

  Before Mar-03                 21               -            -              1             4              13           * 61
         Mar-03                 14               4            6              9             9              16           * 41
         Apr-03                 14               6           13             12            14              19           * 22
        May-03                  14              10           13             11            13              18           * 21
         Jun-03                 16              10           13             14            10              16           * 20
          Jul-03                17              12           17             11             7              16           * 20
         Aug-03                 20              13           16              9             8              16           * 18
         Sep-03                 27              17           13              6             7              12           * 17
         Oct-03                 19              19           13              9            10              11           * 18
         Nov-03                 14              18           15             10            11              12           * 19
         Dec-03                 14              16           17             13             8              13           * 19
         Jan-04                 14              20           17             10             7              13           * 20
         Feb-04                 15              21           16              8             6              14           * 19
         Mar-04                 15              19           14              8             7              16           * 21
         Apr-04                 15              20           13              8             7              17           * 21
        May-04                  14              21           11              7             8              18           * 20
         Jun-04                 15              17           10              8             8              23           * 19
          Jul-04                14              17           11              9             6              25           * 18
         Aug-04                 17              16           10              7             8              26           * 16
         Sep-04                 17              17           11              7            11              22           * 15
         Oct-04                 18              17            9             10            11              23           * 13
         Nov-04                 18              18           11             10            11              21           * 12
         Dec-04                 19              16           14             10            12              19           * 11
         Jan-05                 17              26           13             10            11              15             *8
         Feb-05                 19              24           13             10            10              17             *7
         Mar-05                 18              26           13             11            10              17             *5
         Apr-05                 19              25           14             13             9              16             *3
        May-05                  18              29           17             10             9              15             *2
         Jun-05                 20              28           16             10            10              15             *1
          Jul-05                20              31           17             10             8            * 14              .
         Aug-05                 21              32           16             10             8            * 12              .
         Sep-05                 23              32           17              8            10            * 10              .
         Oct-05                 24              36           15             10             9              *7              .
         Nov-05                 25              36           16             10             8              *4              .
         Dec-05                 28              33           20             10             8              *2              .
         Jan-06                 31              38           17              9            *6               .              .
         Feb-06                 35              36           17           * 10            *2               .              .
         Mar-06                 41              38           15             *6             .               .              .
         Apr-06                 51              36         * 13             *-             .               .              .
        May-06                  66            * 32           *2              .             .               .              .
         Jun-06                 84            * 16            .              .             .               .              .

Scheme to date                  23              22          13               9              8            13            * 12

Notes:
1. A clearance above is defined under the following circumstances; If a maintenance calculation has been carried out and a pa
arrangement between the parent with care and the non -resident parent is in place; a parent with care has been identified as clai
Good Cause or is subject to a Reduced Benefit Decision; or the application has been closed. The above excludes changes of
circumstance as a clearance since the way in which this information is derived does not allow clearance times to be establish

2. This table counts applications for Child Support. Not all applications become live cases. It is not possible to quantify the
which the Agency's clerical new-scheme caseload is or is not included in the above numbers.

3. Time to clearance is calculated as the time from first contact with the non -resident parent or parent with care until clearan
application.

4. It is not possible to quantify the extent to which the Agency's clerical new -scheme caseload is or is not included in the abo
numbers.

5. '-' indicates a figure less than 0.5 per cent.

6. '*' indicates that the time band is incomplete. This means that whilst some cases will have been cleared within the time b
the period had not yet fully elapsed, complete data is not available to allow meaningful comparison with earlier periods.

7. 'n/a' indicates that data is not available as the relevant time period had not yet been reached.

8. Percentages are rounded to the nearest whole percent.

9. This QSS contains changes to the data source and the methodologies for some tables. Please see the "contents" page for det
CSA Table 4: Age of New-Scheme Applications at Clearance, by Month of Clearance

This table shows, for applications cleared in a given month, the length of time it had taken.

                                      Percentage of applications cleared in                             Average age (days)
       Month of      Less than 6 6 weeks to 12 weeks to 18 weeks to 6 months to
      Clearance           weeks 12 weeks      18 weeks      6 months        1 year Over 1 year              Mean        Median

  Before-Mar-03               57           29            14              -            -            -           51           40
         Mar-03               93            4             2              -            1            -           18           13
         Apr-03               77           16             3              2            1            1           43           28
         May-03               47           39             6              3            3            2           69           45
         Jun-03               39           34            17              4            4            2           84           55
          Jul-03              29           30            20             10            7            4          112           71
         Aug-03               28           29            20             14            5            4          110           72
         Sep-03               27           28            20             15            7            4          112           78
         Oct-03               30           23            18             15           10            4          115           78
         Nov-03               33           23            15             13           11            4          117           70
         Dec-03               31           27            13             12           12            4          117           68
         Jan-04               24           26            15             13           18            5          143           86
         Feb-04               30           19            15             13           18            5          139           87
         Mar-04               29           19            13             13           19            6          146           90
         Apr-04               22           20            11             15           28            5          157          116
         May-04               34           21            12              8           17            8          137           72
         Jun-04               32           19            14              9           17            9          147           82
          Jul-04              28           20            13             12           17           10          157           91
         Aug-04               25           19            14             12           18           12          171          100
         Sep-04               25           16            13             12           20           14          185          113
         Oct-04               24           14            12             12           21           16          190          123
         Nov-04               25           13            11             12           22           18          202          132
         Dec-04               25           16            11             11           21           16          192          119
         Jan-05               21           14            11             10           23           20          220          146
         Feb-05               26           11            10             10           22           20          210          139
         Mar-05               25           11             9             12           28           14          200          147
         Apr-05               25           14             7             10           25           18          210          145
         May-05               23           12            10              9           29           18          216          165
         Jun-05               27           13            10              9           21           20          211          125
          Jul-05              28           17            10             10           16           19          199          104
         Aug-05               31           16            11              8           15           19          197           96
         Sep-05               27           16             9              9           17           21          221          116
         Oct-05               31           14             9              8           14           25          235          111
         Nov-05               33           13             8              8           13           25          235          104
         Dec-05               36           15             7              7           12           23          222           83
         Jan-06               30           16             9              7           14           24          243          100
         Feb-06               32           15             9              7           13           24          237           93
         Mar-06               37           13             9              8           12           21          219           85
         Apr-06               37           18             7              8           12           19          205           72
         May-06               29           19            11              8           13           20          219           89
         Jun-06               34           15            12              8           12           20          217           89

Scheme to date                29           17            11             10           17           16          191              97

Notes:
1. A clearance is defined under the following circumstances; If a maintenance calculation has been carried out and a
payment arrangement between the parent with care and the non-resident parent is in place; a parent with care has been
identified as claiming Good Cause or is subject to a Reduced Benefit Decision; or the application has been closed. The
above excludes changes of circumstance as a clearance since the way in which this information is derived does not allow
clearance times to be established.

2. Time to clearance is calculated as the time from first contact with non-resident parent or parent with care until clearance
of the application.

3. It is not possible to quantify the extent to which the Agency's clerical new-scheme caseload is or is not included in the
above numbers.

4. Percentages are rounded to the nearest whole percent and days to the nearest whole day. '-' indicates a figure less than
0.5 per cent.
CSA Table 5: Age of Uncleared New-Scheme Applications (scheme to date)


This table shows, for new-scheme applications that have not yet cleared, the length of time since the cases were received.

                                              Percentage of cases                          Age of applications (days)
                     Less than 6 6 weeks to 12 weeks to 18 weeks to 6 months to
           Month          weeks 12 weeks      18 weeks     6 months     1 year Over 1 year       Mean         Median

         Mar-03               65           27             6             1            -             -           41               27
         Apr-03               61           27             7             4            1             1           54               33
         May-03               48           31            13             5            2             1           66               45
         Jun-03               43           30            17             6            3             2           77               52
          Jul-03              37           28            19            10            4             2           88               61
         Aug-03               29           28            19            16            6             2          102               73
         Sep-03               27           24            18            17           10             3          113               83
         Oct-03               28           21            16            17           15             3          118               86
         Nov-03               24           21            15            17           19             3          131               96
         Dec-03               17           20            17            17           26             3          151              114
         Jan-04               16           16            16            18           30             4          163              130
         Feb-04               20           10            13            19           33             5          175              144
         Mar-04               20           15             8            16           35             7          184              156
         Apr-04               19           14             9            12           36            10          193              163
         May-04               19           14            11            10           35            13          202              167
         Jun-04               17           13            12            11           31            16          213              163
          Jul-04              14           14            10            13           30            19          227              177
         Aug-04               14           13            11            12           29            22          237              186
         Sep-04               14           11            11            12           27            26          247              196
         Oct-04               13           11            10            12           26            29          259              207
         Nov-04               12           11             9            12           26            30          269              214
         Dec-04               10           10             9            11           28            31          285              231
         Jan-05                9           10             9            11           27            33          299              248
         Feb-05               12            7             8            10           28            35          311              259
         Mar-05               11            9             6            10           26            38          327              279
         Apr-05               11            9             6             9           25            40          339              291
         May-05               12            8             7             7           23            43          353              300
         Jun-05               11            9             7             8           21            45          367              317
          Jul-05              11            8             6             8           20            46          383              331
         Aug-05               11            8             6             7           19            48          400              349
         Sep-05               11            8             6             7           18            49          410              358
         Oct-05               13            7             6             7           17            49          416              361
         Nov-05               13            8             6             7           17            50          423              363
         Dec-05               11            9             6             7           17            50          439              374
         Jan-06               11            9             7             6           17            50          444              363
         Feb-06               15            7             7             7           16            49          440              351
         Mar-06               15           10             5             7           15            49          444              344
         Apr-06               12           10             6             7           15            50          461              358
         May-06               12            9             8             6           15            50          475              370
         Jun-06               12            8             7             8           15            51          487              377


Notes:
1. A clearance is defined under the following circumstances; If a maintenance calculation has been carried out and a payment
arrangement between the parent with care and the non-resident parent is in place; a parent with care has been identified as
claiming Good Cause or is subject to a Reduced Benefit Decision; or the application has been closed. The above excludes
changes of circumstance as a clearance since the way in which this information is derived does not allow clearance times to
be established.

2. Age of uncleared applications is calculated as the time from first contact with non-resident parent or parent with care until
the last day of the month shown.

3. It is not possible to quantify the extent to which the Agency's clerical new-scheme caseload is or is not included in the
above numbers.

4. Percentages are rounded to the nearest whole percent and days to the nearest whole day. '-' indicates a figure less than
0.5 per cent.

5. This QSS contains changes to the data source and the methodologies for some tables. Please see the "contents" page for
details.
CSA Table 6a: Status of Assessed/Calculated Cases: Overall Agency

  This table shows the status of all cases with an assessment or calculation over a three month period.

                                                               Percentage of cases
                        Cases with                      Assessed
                       Calculation/                          not        Nil                  Maintenance
  Quarter Ending       Assessment       Nil Liability   Charging Compliant     Compliant           Direct

 Overall Agency
      Nov 1995              435,500              21           17        28             18                 16
      Feb 1996              460,800              23           15        27             19                 16
      May 1996              484,600              24           14        25             21                 15
      Aug 1996              512,500              27           14        23             21                 15
      Nov 1996              545,900              29           13        22             22                 14
      Feb 1997              579,200              31           13        20             22                 14
      May 1997              609,800              33           13        18             23                 13
      Aug 1997              649,800              34           12        17             23                 13
      Nov 1997              694,500              36           12        16             23                 12
      Feb 1998              741,600              37           12        16             23                 12
      May 1998              785,600              38           11        15             23                 12
      Aug 1998              827,300              39           11        15             23                 11
      Nov 1998              864,400              40           10        15             24                 11
      Feb 1999              905,200              41           10        15             23                 11
      May 1999              942,300              41            9        15             24                 11
      Aug 1999              973,300              41            9        15             24                 11
      Nov 1999              998,500              41            9        14             24                 11
      Feb 2000            1,020,200              42           10        14             24                 11
      May 2000            1,040,000              42           10        13             24                 11
      Aug 2000            1,047,000              42           10        13             25                 10
      Nov 2000            1,044,500              43            9        13             25                 10
      Feb 2001            1,050,000              44            9        13             25                 10
      May 2001            1,046,100              43            9        12             25                 10
      Aug 2001            1,050,200              43            9        12             26                 10
      Nov 2001            1,050,900              44            9        11             26                 10
      Feb 2002            1,059,500              44           10        11             25                 10
      May 2002            1,071,800              45           10        10             26                 10
      Aug 2002            1,067,400              45            9        10             26                 10
      Nov 2002            1,075,200              45            9        10             27                 10
      Feb 2003              983,700              46            6        11             29                  9

       Mar 2003             990,500              46            6        10             29                  9
       Apr 2003             992,100              46            6        10             28                  9
       May 2003             992,000              46            7        10             28                  9
       Jun 2003             993,700              46            7        10             28                  9
        Jul 2003            992,800              46            8        10             27                  9
       Aug 2003             995,100              45            8        10             27                  9
       Sep 2003           1,001,400              45            9        10             27                  9
       Oct 2003           1,003,400              45            9        11             27                  9
       Nov 2003           1,000,200              44            9        11             27                  9
       Dec 2003           1,001,000              44            9        11             27                  8
       Jan 2004           1,001,500              44            9        12             27                  8
       Feb 2004           1,003,400              43            9        12             28                  8
       Mar 2004           1,006,200              43            9        12             28                  8
       Apr 2004           1,009,500              43            9        12             28                  8
       May 2004           1,012,400              42            9        13             28                  8
       Jun 2004           1,015,100              42            9        13             28                  8
        Jul 2004          1,018,700              42            9        13             28                  8
       Aug 2004           1,022,500              42            8        13             28                  8
       Sep 2004           1,024,800              41            9        13             28                  8
       Oct 2004           1,026,900              41            9        14             28                  8
        Nov 2004           1,036,700              40            10          13              28            8
        Dec 2004           1,041,200              39            11          13              28            8
        Jan 2005           1,045,600              40            11          13              28            8
        Feb 2005           1,050,900              39            11          14              28            8
        Mar 2005           1,057,100              39            11          13              28            8
        Apr 2005           1,063,800              39            12          13              28            9
        May 2005           1,069,400              39            12          13              28            9
        Jun 2005           1,076,600              38            12          13              28            9
         Jul 2005          1,082,700              38            12          13              28            9
        Aug 2005           1,087,200              38            12          13              28            9
        Sep 2005           1,093,800              38            12          13              28            9
        Oct 2005           1,098,900              38            12          13              28            9
        Nov 2005           1,105,800              37            12          13              28            9
        Dec 2005           1,112,600              37            12          13              28            9
        Jan 2006           1,118,500              37            13          13              28            9
        Feb 2006           1,126,400              37            13          13              28            9
        Mar 2006           1,135,900              37            13          13              28           10
        Apr 2006           1,142,400              36            13          13              28           10
        May 2006           1,148,800              36            13          12              28           10
        Jun 2006           1,155,400              36            13          12              28           10



Notes:
1. The table above includes those old-scheme cases with either a Full Maintenance Assessment or an Interim
Maintenance Assessment; plus those new-scheme cases with either a Full Maintenance Calculation, or a Default
Maintenance Decision. New-scheme cases being processed clerically are excluded from this analysis

2. Cases are classed as compliant if they are currently open, classed as collection service cases at the end of the
month, and have been charged and paid money via the collection service (either regular maintenance and/or arrears)
over the preceding quarter.

3. Cases are classed as nil assessed, or assessed and not charging (that is to say they have a positive liability but no
active charging schedule is in place) if they have this status at the end of the quarter, and there have been no charges
or receipts via the collection service over the period.

4. Cases are classed as maintenance direct if this is their status at the end of the quarter.

5. Volumes are rounded to the nearest hundred and percentages to nearest whole percent.

6. Data prior to November 1995 is not currently available.

7. Cases classed as nil assessed or nil calculated in table 15 comprise all cases in which the regular maintenance
assessment at the end of the reporting period was zero. In certain circumstances, it is possible for cases with a nil
assessment or calculation to have had maintenance due via the collection service in the previous quarter. For
example, where a cases has become nil assessed during the reporting period, or if the regular assessment is zero, but
arrears are outstanding. These cases are not shown in "Nil Liability", but are shown in the appropriate column as
described above.

8. This QSS contains changes to the data source and the methodologies for some tables. Please see the "contents"
page for details.




CSA Table 6b: Status of Assessed/Calculated Cases: New and Old Scheme

This table shows the status of all cases with an assessment or calculation over a three month period.
                                                       Percentage of cases
                  Cases with                    Assessed
                 Calculation/                        not        Nil                Maintenance
Quarter Ending   Assessment     Nil Liability   Charging Compliant     Compliant         Direct


 New Scheme
    Mar 2003             200              6           90         2            1              1
    Apr 2003             900              6           89         1            2              2
    May 2003           2,800              7           86         2            2              2
    Jun 2003           7,200              8           83         4            4              2
     Jul 2003         14,600              8           77         6            7              2
    Aug 2003          22,400              9           70         9           11              2
    Sep 2003          34,200              9           64        10           15              2
    Oct 2003          46,300              9           58        12           19              2
    Nov 2003          57,100              9           53        15           22              2
    Dec 2003          65,400              9           49        15           25              2
    Jan 2004          75,900              9           46        16           27              3
    Feb 2004          86,000              9           43        17           28              3
    Mar 2004          97,500              9           41        18           30              3
    Apr 2004         106,300              9           38        18           31              3
    May 2004         114,900              9           35        20           32              3
    Jun 2004         123,700             10           33        20           34              3
     Jul 2004        131,400             10           30        22           35              4
    Aug 2004         138,800             10           27        24           36              4
    Sep 2004         146,800             10           26        24           36              4
    Oct 2004         154,800             10           25        24           37              5
    Nov 2004         163,200             10           24        23           38              5
    Dec 2004         169,800             10           22        23           39              6
    Jan 2005         178,400             10           23        22           39              6
    Feb 2005         188,400             11           23        22           38              6
    Mar 2005         198,600             11           22        21           38              7
    Apr 2005         208,700             11           22        21           38              7
    May 2005         218,500             11           22        21           38              8
    Jun 2005         229,000             11           22        21           38              8
     Jul 2005        239,100             11           22        21           38              8
    Aug 2005         249,400             12           21        20           38              9
    Sep 2005         260,200             12           21        21           38              9
    Oct 2005         271,300             12           20        21           37              9
    Nov 2005         284,000             12           20        21           37             10
    Dec 2005         293,500             12           19        21           37             10
    Jan 2006         306,200             12           19        21           37             10
    Feb 2006         318,400             12           19        21           37             11
    Mar 2006         332,600             13           19        20           37             11
    Apr 2006         342,600             13           18        20           38             11
    May 2006         353,300             13           18        19           38             12
    Jun 2006         364,300             13           18        19           38             12

  Old Scheme
     Nov 1995        435,500             21           17        28           18             16
     Feb 1996        460,800             23           15        27           19             16
     May 1996        484,600             24           14        25           21             15
     Aug 1996        512,500             27           14        23           21             15
     Nov 1996        545,900             29           13        22           22             14
     Feb 1997        579,200             31           13        20           22             14
     May 1997        609,800             33           13        18           23             13
     Aug 1997        649,800             34           12        17           23             13
     Nov 1997        694,500             36           12        16           23             12
     Feb 1998        741,600             37           12        16           23             12
     May 1998        785,600             38           11        15           23             12
     Aug 1998        827,300             39           11        15           23             11
Nov 1998      864,400   40   10   15   24   11
Feb 1999      905,200   41   10   15   23   11
May 1999      942,300   41    9   15   24   11
Aug 1999      973,300   41    9   15   24   11
Nov 1999      998,500   41    9   14   24   11
Feb 2000    1,020,200   42   10   14   24   11
May 2000    1,040,000   42   10   13   24   11
Aug 2000    1,047,000   42   10   13   25   10
Nov 2000    1,044,500   43    9   13   25   10
Feb 2001    1,050,000   44    9   13   25   10
May 2001    1,046,100   43    9   12   25   10
Aug 2001    1,050,200   43    9   12   26   10
Nov 2001    1,050,900   44    9   11   26   10
Feb 2002    1,059,500   44   10   11   25   10
May 2002    1,071,800   45   10   10   26   10
Aug 2002    1,067,400   45    9   10   26   10
Nov 2002    1,075,200   45    9   10   27   10
Feb 2003      983,700   46    6   11   29    9

Mar 2003     990,300    46    6   10   29    9
Apr 2003     991,200    46    6   10   28    9
May 2003     989,300    46    6   10   28    9
Jun 2003     986,500    46    7   10   28    9
 Jul 2003    978,100    46    7   10   28    9
Aug 2003     972,700    46    7   10   28    9
Sep 2003     967,200    46    7   10   27    9
Oct 2003     957,100    46    7   11   28    9
Nov 2003     943,200    47    6   11   28    9
Dec 2003     935,700    47    6   11   28    9
Jan 2004     925,600    47    6   11   27    9
Feb 2004     917,400    47    6   11   28    9
Mar 2004     908,700    47    6   11   28    9
Apr 2004     903,200    47    5   11   28    9
May 2004     897,400    47    5   12   27    9
Jun 2004     891,400    47    5   12   27    9
 Jul 2004    887,300    47    5   12   27    9
Aug 2004     883,700    47    5   12   27    9
Sep 2004     878,000    46    6   12   27    9
Oct 2004     872,100    46    7   12   27    9
Nov 2004     873,600    45    8   12   27    9
Dec 2004     871,400    45    9   11   26    9
Jan 2005     867,200    45    8   12   26    9
Feb 2005     862,500    45    8   12   26    9
Mar 2005     858,500    45    9   12   25    9
Apr 2005     855,200    46    9   11   25    9
May 2005     851,000    46    9   11   25    9
Jun 2005     847,600    46    9   11   25    9
 Jul 2005    843,600    46    9   11   25    9
Aug 2005     837,800    46    9   11   25    9
Sep 2005     833,600    46   10   11   25    9
Oct 2005     827,600    46   10   11   25    9
Nov 2005     821,800    46   10   11   25    9
Dec 2005     819,100    46   10   11   24    9
Jan 2006     812,300    46   10   10   24    9
Feb 2006     808,000    46   10   10   24    9
Mar 2006     803,200    46   10   10   24    9
Apr 2006     799,800    47   11   10   24    9
May 2006     795,600    47   11    9   24    9
Jun 2006     791,100    47   11    9   24    9
Notes:
1. The table above includes those old-scheme cases with either a Full Maintenance Assessment or an Interim
Maintenance Assessment; plus those new-scheme cases with either a Full Maintenance Calculation, or a Default
Maintenance Decision. New-scheme cases being processed clerically are excluded from this analysis

2. Cases are classed as compliant if they are currently open, classed as collection service cases at the end of the
month, and have been charged and paid money via the collection service (either regular maintenance and/or arrears)
over the preceding quarter.

3. Cases are classed as nil assessed, or assessed and not charging (that is to say they have a positive liability but no
active charging schedule is in place) if they have this status at the end of the quarter, and there have been no charges
or receipts via the collection service over the period.

4. Cases are classed as maintenance direct if this is their status at the end of the quarter and, for old scheme cases
only, if there were no charges or receipts via the collection service over the period (in which case they will be classified
according to their collection service compliance status).

5. Volumes are rounded to the nearest hundred and percentages to nearest whole percent.

6. Data prior to November 1995 is not available.

7. Cases classed as nil assessed or nil calculated in table 15 comprise all cases in which the regular maintenance
assessment at the end of the reporting period was zero. In certain circumstances, it is possible for cases with a nil
assessment or calculation to have had maintenance due via the collection service in the previous quarter. For
example, where a cases has become nil assessed during the reporting period, or if the regular assessment is zero, but
arrears are outstanding. These cases are not shown in "Nil Liability", but are shown in the appropriate column as
CSA Table 7.1: Case Compliance

This table shows the number of cases that were charged money via the Agency's collection service over a three month period and the number of cases
from which a payment was received from over the same period.

                               Overall Agency                                 New Scheme                                    Old Scheme
                                                     Case                                         Case                                          Case
     Quarter     Total Cases     Total Cases    Compliance      Total Cases    Total Cases   Compliance       Total Cases    Total Cases   Compliance
     Ending       Charged          Received            (%)         Charged       Received           (%)          Charged       Received           (%)

  Nov 1995           215,700         84,800            39               n/a            n/a           n/a         215,700         84,800              39
  Feb 1996           227,300         97,400            43               n/a            n/a           n/a         227,300         97,400              43
  May 1996           237,400        111,000            47               n/a            n/a           n/a         237,400        111,000              47
  Aug 1996           241,600        117,100            48               n/a            n/a           n/a         241,600        117,100              48
  Nov 1996           251,100        126,600            50               n/a            n/a           n/a         251,100        126,600              50
  Feb 1997           258,400        137,300            53               n/a            n/a           n/a         258,400        137,300              53
  May 1997           264,000        147,900            56               n/a            n/a           n/a         264,000        147,900              56
  Aug 1997           273,300        156,100            57               n/a            n/a           n/a         273,300        156,100              57
  Nov 1997           284,700        167,900            59               n/a            n/a           n/a         284,700        167,900              59
  Feb 1998           295,900        175,600            59               n/a            n/a           n/a         295,900        175,600              59
  May 1998           312,600        189,300            61               n/a            n/a           n/a         312,600        189,300              61
  Aug 1998           328,400        198,700            60               n/a            n/a           n/a         328,400        198,700              60
  Nov 1998           344,000        210,600            61               n/a            n/a           n/a         344,000        210,600              61
  Feb 1999           359,300        218,200            61               n/a            n/a           n/a         359,300        218,200              61
  May 1999           377,200        233,000            62               n/a            n/a           n/a         377,200        233,000              62
  Aug 1999           387,400        241,200            62               n/a            n/a           n/a         387,400        241,200              62
  Nov 1999           396,900        248,200            63               n/a            n/a           n/a         396,900        248,200              63
  Feb 2000           400,500        251,900            63               n/a            n/a           n/a         400,500        251,900              63
  May 2000           402,100        258,900            64               n/a            n/a           n/a         402,100        258,900              64
  Aug 2000           404,900        263,700            65               n/a            n/a           n/a         404,900        263,700              65
  Nov 2000           406,000        269,500            66               n/a            n/a           n/a         406,000        269,500              66
  Feb 2001           399,800        265,900            67               n/a            n/a           n/a         399,800        265,900              67
  May 2001           399,400        270,800            68               n/a            n/a           n/a         399,400        270,800              68
  Aug 2001           399,400        272,600            68               n/a            n/a           n/a         399,400        272,600              68
  Nov 2001           395,700        273,600            69               n/a            n/a           n/a         395,700        273,600              69
  Feb 2002           388,400        271,500            70               n/a            n/a           n/a         388,400        271,500              70
  May 2002           390,300        281,100            72               n/a            n/a           n/a         390,300        281,100              72
  Aug 2002           392,100        285,300            73               n/a            n/a           n/a         392,100        285,300              73
  Nov 2002           395,900        288,100            73               n/a            n/a           n/a         395,900        288,100              73
  Feb 2003           390,800        285,100            73               n/a            n/a           n/a         390,800        285,100              73

  Mar 2003          390,800         286,400            73              -                -             -          390,800        286,400              73
  Apr 2003          386,700         282,700            73              -                -             -          386,600        282,600              73
  May 2003          382,800         281,000            73              100            100           100          382,700        281,000              73
  Jun 2003          379,900         278,000            73              600            300            50          379,300        277,700              73
   Jul 2003         377,300         275,100            73            1,900          1,000            53          375,400        274,100              73
  Aug 2003          377,200         272,900            72            4,400          2,500            57          372,700        270,400              73
  Sep 2003          379,300         273,100            72            8,600          5,200            60          370,700        267,900              72
  Oct 2003          382,700         274,400            72           14,500          8,800            61          368,200        265,700              72
  Nov 2003          385,900         275,500            71           20,800         12,500            60          365,100        263,100              72
  Dec 2003          389,200         276,200            71           26,200         16,300            62          363,000        259,900              72
  Jan 2004          390,800         271,100            69           32,300         20,100            62          358,500        251,000              70
  Feb 2004          399,400         281,000            70           38,500         23,900            62          361,000        257,200              71
  Mar 2004          403,100         282,000            70           46,200         29,000            63          356,900        253,000              71
  Apr 2004          407,600         283,800            70           52,600         33,500            64          355,000        250,300              71
  May 2004          413,500         285,500            69           60,600         37,300            62          352,900        248,200              70
  Jun 2004          417,400         287,700            69           67,000         41,800            62          350,300        246,000              70
   Jul 2004         424,100         290,300            68           74,600         45,700            61          349,500        244,600              70
  Aug 2004          430,300         292,700            68           82,900         49,500            60          347,400        243,200              70
  Sep 2004          431,200         292,200            68           88,100         52,800            60          343,100        239,300              70
  Oct 2004          432,700         292,900            68           93,600         56,600            60          339,100        236,300              70
  Nov 2004          434,600         294,500            68           99,400         61,600            62          335,200        233,000              70
  Dec 2004          436,700         296,100            68          104,600         65,700            63          332,100        230,400              69
  Jan 2005          434,300         294,300            68          107,800         68,800            64          326,500        225,500              69
  Feb 2005          435,800         293,200            67          113,000         71,600            63          322,800        221,600              69
  Mar 2005          438,500         295,700            67          118,900         76,400            64          319,700        219,200              69
  Apr 2005          438,200         297,000            68          124,100         80,000            64          314,200        217,000              69
  May 2005          439,400         298,200            68          129,100         84,000            65          310,300        214,200              69
  Jun 2005          441,500         299,600            68          134,400         87,400            65          307,100        212,200              69
   Jul 2005         445,400         302,000            68          140,400         91,100            65          305,000        210,900              69
  Aug 2005          447,300         303,600            68          146,000         94,800            65          301,300        208,700              69
  Sep 2005          450,700         304,500            68          152,300         98,200            64          298,500        206,300              69
  Oct 2005          452,800         306,200            68          158,500        101,700            64          294,400        204,500              69
  Nov 2005          456,400         308,800            68          164,900        105,800            64          291,600        203,000              70
  Dec 2005          460,600         310,100            67          172,200        109,300            63          288,400        200,900              70
  Jan 2006          460,400         311,600            68          177,300        113,300            64          283,100        198,300              70
  Feb 2006          462,800         313,500            68          183,600        117,300            64          279,200        196,100              70
  Mar 2006          467,700         320,700            69          191,700        124,300            65          275,900        196,300              71
  Apr 2006          469,300         324,100            69          197,400        130,000            66          271,800        194,100              71
  May 2006             471,200            327,300            69     203,400        134,800             66          267,800          192,500           72
  Jun 2006             473,100            329,600            70     209,600        139,200             66          263,500          190,500           72


Notes:
1. The table above includes those old-scheme cases with either a Full Maintenance Assessment or an Interim Maintenance Assessment; plus those new-
scheme cases with either a Full Maintenance Calculation, or a Default Maintenance Decision. New-scheme cases being processed clerically are excluded
from this analysis. New scheme cases classed as maintenance direct at the end of the month are excluded.

2. Cases are classed as compliant if they are currently open, and have been charged and paid money via the collection service (either regular maintenance
and/or arrears) over the preceding quarter.

3. Volumes are rounded to the nearest hundred and percentages to nearest whole percent.

4. '-' indicates a figure less than 50.

5. Data prior to November 1995 is not currently available.

6.This QSS contains changes to the data source and the methodologies for some tables. Please see the "contents" page for details.
CSA Table 7.2: Maintenance Outcomes

This table shows the number of cases from which a payment was received or which had a Maintenance Direct arrangement in place over a three month period.
This is presented as a proportion of the total number of cases with a positive maintenance liability. This relates to the Secretary of State target for 2006/07 on
Maintenance Outcomes.

                                Overall Agency                                      New Scheme                                       Old Scheme

                     Cases in Cases with a % Cases with                Cases in Cases with a % Cases with                Cases in Cases with a % Cases with
                        which      positive   a positive                  which      positive   a positive                  which      positive   a positive
     Quarter      maintenance maintenance maintenance               maintenance maintenance maintenance               maintenance maintenance maintenance
     Ending               due    outcome       outcome                      due    outcome       outcome                      due    outcome       outcome

   Nov 1995           345,500         148,400               43                n/a            n/a             n/a          345,500        148,400                43
   Feb 1996           357,000         162,200               45                n/a            n/a             n/a          357,000        162,200                45
   May 1996           366,700         176,300               48                n/a            n/a             n/a          366,700        176,300                48
   Aug 1996           375,100         185,200               49                n/a            n/a             n/a          375,100        185,200                49
   Nov 1996           387,200         195,700               51                n/a            n/a             n/a          387,200        195,700                51
   Feb 1997           399,400         208,100               52                n/a            n/a             n/a          399,400        208,100                52
   May 1997           409,000         220,200               54                n/a            n/a             n/a          409,000        220,200                54
   Aug 1997           425,600         232,400               55                n/a            n/a             n/a          425,600        232,400                55
   Nov 1997           445,300         246,800               55                n/a            n/a             n/a          445,300        246,800                55
   Feb 1998           463,600         257,000               55                n/a            n/a             n/a          463,600        257,000                55
   May 1998           483,600         275,100               57                n/a            n/a             n/a          483,600        275,100                57
   Aug 1998           502,500         286,800               57                n/a            n/a             n/a          502,500        286,800                57
   Nov 1998           514,800         300,400               58                n/a            n/a             n/a          514,800        300,400                58
   Feb 1999           534,100         310,200               58                n/a            n/a             n/a          534,100        310,200                58
   May 1999           556,000         328,100               59                n/a            n/a             n/a          556,000        328,100                59
   Aug 1999           571,000         339,200               59                n/a            n/a             n/a          571,000        339,200                59
   Nov 1999           586,200         349,400               60                n/a            n/a             n/a          586,200        349,400                60
   Feb 2000           596,400         355,200               60                n/a            n/a             n/a          596,400        355,200                60
   May 2000           604,800         362,600               60                n/a            n/a             n/a          604,800        362,600                60
   Aug 2000           605,200         366,300               61                n/a            n/a             n/a          605,200        366,300                61
   Nov 2000           596,100         370,100               62                n/a            n/a             n/a          596,100        370,100                62
   Feb 2001           591,800         365,300               62                n/a            n/a             n/a          591,800        365,300                62
   May 2001           592,700         370,400               62                n/a            n/a             n/a          592,700        370,400                62
   Aug 2001           594,900         372,100               63                n/a            n/a             n/a          594,900        372,100                63
   Nov 2001           589,400         373,500               63                n/a            n/a             n/a          589,400        373,500                63
   Feb 2002           588,600         372,000               63                n/a            n/a             n/a          588,600        372,000                63
   May 2002           592,700         381,900               64                n/a            n/a             n/a          592,700        381,900                64
   Aug 2002           587,400         385,700               66                n/a            n/a             n/a          587,400        385,700                66
   Nov 2002           591,100         387,800               66                n/a            n/a             n/a          591,100        387,800                66
   Feb 2003           532,000         373,600               70                n/a            n/a             n/a          532,000        373,600                70

   Mar 2003           533,500         374,600               70              200            -                   2          533,400        374,600                70
   Apr 2003           534,800         370,900               69              800            -                   4          533,900        370,800                69
   May 2003           534,700         368,800               69            2,600            100                 4          532,100        368,700                69
   Jun 2003           535,700         365,000               68            6,600            400                 6          529,100        364,600                69
    Jul 2003          538,700         360,900               67           13,400          1,300                 9          525,200        359,700                68
   Aug 2003           543,500         357,800               66           20,500          2,900                14          522,900        354,900                68
   Sep 2003           550,400         358,100               65           31,200          5,800                19          519,200        352,300                68
   Oct 2003           555,400         358,500               65           42,300          9,800                23          513,100        348,700                68
   Nov 2003           555,800         358,600               65           52,100         13,800                26          503,700        344,800                68
   Dec 2003           558,100         358,800               64           59,600         17,900                30          498,500        340,900                68
   Jan 2004           561,600         353,500               63           69,000         22,100                32          492,600        331,400                67
   Feb 2004           568,300         362,900               64           78,100         26,200                34          490,200        336,600                69
   Mar 2004           573,500         363,700               63           88,600         31,900                36          484,900        331,800                68
   Apr 2004           578,000         365,500               63           96,400         36,700                38          481,600        328,800                68
   May 2004           582,400         367,200               63          104,100         41,100                39          478,300        326,100                68
   Jun 2004           586,800         369,200               63          111,800         46,000                41          475,000        323,200                68
    Jul 2004          591,300         371,800               63          118,600         50,500                43          472,700        321,200                68
   Aug 2004           595,300         374,300               63          125,200         55,000                44          470,100        319,300                68
   Sep 2004           603,200         374,400               62          132,300         59,000                45          470,900        315,400                67
   Oct 2004           610,300         376,000               62          139,200         63,800                46          471,000        312,200                66
   Nov 2004           624,200         378,700               61          146,600         69,900                48          477,600        308,700                65
   Dec 2004           634,500         380,400               60          152,400         75,300                49          482,100        305,100                63
   Jan 2005           632,300         380,300               60          159,700         79,400                50          472,600        300,800                64
   Feb 2005           638,400         380,300               60          168,300         83,700                50          470,100        296,500                63
   Mar 2005           645,200         384,200               60          177,200         90,200                51          468,000        294,000                63
   Apr 2005           650,000         386,700               59          185,800         95,300                51          464,200        291,400                63
   May 2005           655,800         389,500               59          194,200        100,800                52          461,700        288,700                63
   Jun 2005           662,300         392,300               59          203,200        105,900                52          459,000        286,500                62
    Jul 2005          668,800         396,000               59          212,000        111,200                52          456,800        284,800                62
   Aug 2005           673,400         398,800               59          220,700        116,700                53          452,700        282,100                62
   Sep 2005             679,900           401,000        59         230,000        121,800              53          449,900          279,200            62
   Oct 2005             685,300           404,300        59         239,600        127,300              53          445,700          277,000            62
   Nov 2005             693,200           408,800        59         250,300        133,800              53          442,800          275,000            62
   Dec 2005             699,000           412,300        59         258,400        139,500              54          440,700          272,800            62
   Jan 2006             705,600           415,300        59         269,000        145,300              54          436,600          270,000            62
   Feb 2006             712,700           418,900        59         279,100        151,500              54          433,500          267,400            62
   Mar 2006             721,300           428,100        59         291,100        161,000              55          430,200          267,100            62
   Apr 2006             726,400           433,700        60         299,200        169,000              57          427,200          264,600            62
   May 2006             732,000           439,100        60         308,000        176,300              57          424,000          262,800            62
   Jun 2006             737,800           443,300        60         317,200        182,900              58          420,600          260,400            62


Notes:
1. The table above includes those old-scheme cases with either a Full Maintenance Assessment or an Interim Maintenance Assessment; plus those new-
scheme cases with either a Full Maintenance Calculation, or a Default Maintenance Decision. New-scheme cases being processed clerically are excluded
from this analysis.

2. Case are counted as having a positive maintenance outcome if they have received a payment via the collection service or have a maintenance direct
agreement in place, since we assume that NRPs in MD cases are making payments. Cases are classed as maintenance direct if this is their status at the
end of the quarter.

3. Volumes are rounded to the nearest hundred and percentages to nearest whole percent.

4. '-' indicates a figure less than 50.

5. Data prior to November 1995 is not available.

6. This QSS contains changes to the data source and the methodologies for some tables. Please see the "contents" page for details.
CSA Table 8.1: Collection Rate

This table looks at cases in which a payment of maintenance has been made via the
Agency's collection service over a three month period and shows the proportion of
maintenance due that was paid by the non-resident parent over the same period. This
relates to the Secretary of State target for 2006/07 on Collection Rate.

                                                    Percentage
    Quarter
    Ending      Overall Agency    New Scheme       Old Scheme

  Mar 2003                  91             100               91
  Apr 2003                  91              90               91
  May 2003                  92              81               92
  Jun 2003                  91              81               91
   Jul 2003                 93              81               93
  Aug 2003                  91              80               91
  Sep 2003                  91              81               92
  Oct 2003                  90              79               90
  Nov 2003                  91              79               92
  Dec 2003                  90              77               91
  Jan 2004                  93              78               94
  Feb 2004                  91              79               92
  Mar 2004                  91              80               92
  Apr 2004                  89              80               90
  May 2004                  89              81               91
  Jun 2004                  91              81               92
   Jul 2004                 91              81               93
  Aug 2004                  90              80               92
  Sep 2004                  89              80               90
  Oct 2004                  89              80               91
  Nov 2004                  89              81               91
  Dec 2004                  88              80               90
  Jan 2005                  89              83               91
  Feb 2005                  90              83               91
  Mar 2005                  92              86               93
  Apr 2005                  91              84               94
  May 2005                  91              84               92
  Jun 2005                  91              86               93
   Jul 2005                 91              86               92
  Aug 2005                  92              87               93
  Sep 2005                  89              85               91
  Oct 2005                  90              86               91
  Nov 2005                  90              86               91
  Dec 2005                  89              84               91
  Jan 2006                  90              85               92
  Feb 2006                  88              83               91
  Mar 2006                  91              86               93
  Apr 2006                  89              83               91
  May 2006                  91              85               94
  Jun 2006                  90              85               93


Notes:
1. The above includes those old scheme cases with a Full Maintenance Assessment, and those new scheme
cases with either a Full Maintenance Calculation, or a Default Maintenance Decision. Old scheme cases with a
punitive Interim Maintenance Assessment are excluded from this analysis in line with the Agency's target
definition, as are new scheme cases being processed clerically.

2. Percentages are rounded to the nearest whole percent.

3. This QSS contains changes to the data source and the methodologies for some tables. Please see the
"contents" page for details.
CSA Table 8.2: Fully Compliant Cases as a Percentage of all Compliant Cases

This table looks at cases in which a payment of maintenance has been made via the
Agency's collection service over a three month period and shows the proportion of
those cases that paid the full amount of maintenance due over the same period.

                                                    Percentage
   Quarter
   Ending      Overall Agency     New Scheme        Old Scheme

Nov 1995                   47               n/a              47
Feb 1996                   49               n/a              49
May 1996                   50               n/a              50
Aug 1996                   54               n/a              54
Nov 1996                   56               n/a              56
Feb 1997                   56               n/a              56
May 1997                   58               n/a              58
Aug 1997                   61               n/a              61
Nov 1997                   62               n/a              62
Feb 1998                   63               n/a              63
May 1998                   59               n/a              59
Aug 1998                   57               n/a              57
Nov 1998                   65               n/a              65
Feb 1999                   63               n/a              63
May 1999                   63               n/a              63
Aug 1999                   63               n/a              63
Nov 1999                   67               n/a              67
Feb 2000                   67               n/a              67
May 2000                   67               n/a              67
Aug 2000                   68               n/a              68
Nov 2000                   67               n/a              67
Feb 2001                   67               n/a              67
May 2001                   68               n/a              68
Aug 2001                   64               n/a              64
Nov 2001                   70               n/a              70
Feb 2002                   71               n/a              71
May 2002                   65               n/a              65
Aug 2002                   70               n/a              70
Nov 2002                   71               n/a              71
Feb 2003                   65               n/a              65

Mar 2003                   69              100               69
Apr 2003                   70               64               70
May 2003                   71               59               71
Jun 2003                   71               50               71
 Jul 2003                  72               53               72
Aug 2003                   72               53               72
Sep 2003                   71               52               71
Oct 2003                   63               48               64
Nov 2003                   70               46               71
Dec 2003                   67               42               69
Jan 2004                   69               44               71
Feb 2004                   66               44               68
Mar 2004                   69               47               72
Apr 2004                   63               44               65
May 2004                   63               42               66
Jun 2004                   68               45               72
 Jul 2004                  68               44               73
Aug 2004                   65               44               69
Sep 2004                   64               44               68
Oct 2004                   64               44               69
Nov 2004                   64               43               70
Dec 2004                   57               36               62
Jan 2005                   63               45               68
Feb 2005                   63               46               68
Mar 2005                   67               51               72
Apr 2005                   64               45               72
May 2005                   63               47               70
Jun 2005                   65               49               72
 Jul 2005                  64               49               70
Aug 2005                   65               51               71
Sep 2005                   58               46               64
Oct 2005                   61               48               67
Nov 2005                   63               49               70
Dec 2005                   59               42               68
Jan 2006                   61               47               70
Feb 2006                   58               43               67
Mar 2006                   60               46               68
Apr 2006                   58               43               68
May 2006                   59               45               69
Jun 2006                   60               45               70


Notes:
1. The table above includes those old-scheme cases with either a Full Maintenance Assessment or an Interim
Maintenance Assessment; plus those new-scheme cases with either a Full Maintenance Calculation, or a
Default Maintenance Decision. New-scheme cases being processed clerically are excluded from this analysis.
New scheme cases classed as maintenance direct at the end of the month are excluded.

2. Cases are classed as compliant if they are currently open, and have been charged and paid money via the
collection service (either regular maintenance and/or arrears) over the preceding quarter.

3. Percentages are rounded to the nearest whole percent.

4. Data prior to November 1995 is not currently available.

5. This QSS contains changes to the data source and the methodologies for some tables. Please see the
"contents" page for details.
CSA Table 9a: Method of Collection: Usage (Overall Agency)

This table shows the number of cases where maintenance is due and the agreed way in which the maintenance will be collected.

                                                                                    Percentage of cases

                      Number of Cases                                     Deduction                                                    Unknown
                        with a Positive                    Deduction from Earnings                        Standing      Maintenance    Method of
  Quarter Ending               Liability          Manual from Benefit Order/Request Direct Debit             Order            Direct   Collection

 Overall Agency
       Aug 2004                 595,300               32             7              22              8              15            14            1
       Sep 2004                 603,200               32             7              22              8              15            14            2
       Oct 2004                 610,300               31             7              22              8              15            14            3
      Nov 2004                  624,200               30             7              22              8              15            14            4
      Dec 2004                  634,500               30             8              22              8              14            14            4
       Jan 2005                 632,300               30             8              22              8              15            14            4
       Feb 2005                 638,400               29             8              22              8              15            14            4
       Mar 2005                 645,200               29             8              22              8              15            14            4
       Apr 2005                 650,000               29             9              22              8              15            14            4
      May 2005                  655,800               28             9              22              8              15            14            4
       Jun 2005                 662,300               28            10              22              8              16            14            3
        Jul 2005                668,800               27            10              22              8              16            14            3
       Aug 2005                 673,400               27            10              22              8              16            14            3
       Sep 2005                 679,900               26            10              22              8              16            14            3
       Oct 2005                 685,300               26            11              22              8              16            15            3
      Nov 2005                  693,200               26            11              22              8              16            15            3
      Dec 2005                  699,000               25            11              22              7              16            15            3
       Jan 2006                 705,600               25            12              22              7              16            15            3
       Feb 2006                 712,700               25            12              22              7              16            15            3
       Mar 2006                 721,300               24            13              22              7              16            15            3
       Apr 2006                 726,400               24            13              22              7              16            15            3
      May 2006                  732,000               24            13              22              7              16            15            3
       Jun 2006                 737,800               23            13              22              8              16            16            3


Notes:
1. The table above includes those old-scheme cases with either a Full Maintenance Assessment or an Interim Maintenance Assessmen t; plus
those new-scheme cases with either a Full Maintenance Calculation, or a Default Maintenance Decision. New-scheme cases being processed
clerically are excluded from this analysis.

2. Manual methods of payment include those cases in which the non-resident parent makes payment by cheque, bank giro credit or Transcash.

3. Data regarding method of collection prior to August 2004 is under development and is not currently available.

4. Volumes are rounded to the nearest hundred and percentages to nearest whole percent.

5. This QSS contains changes to the data source and the methodologies for some tables. Please see the "contents" page for det ails.
CSA Table 9b: Method of Collection: Usage (New and Old Scheme)

This table shows the number of cases where maintenance is due and the agreed way in which the maintenance will be collected.

                                                                                   Percentage of cases

                     Number of Cases                                     Deduction                                                   Unknown
                       with a Positive                    Deduction from Earnings                        Standing   Maintenance      Method of
 Quarter Ending               Liability          Manual from Benefit Order/Request Direct Debit             Order         Direct     Collection

   New scheme
      Aug 2004                  125,200               31            28              15           10            10             4              1
      Sep 2004                  132,300               29            28              16           10            11             5              1
      Oct 2004                  139,200               27            28              17           10            11             5              1
      Nov 2004                  146,600               26            28              18           10            11             6              1
      Dec 2004                  152,400               24            28              18           10            12             6              1
      Jan 2005                  159,700               23            28              19           10            12             7              1
      Feb 2005                  168,300               22            29              19           10            12             7              1
      Mar 2005                  177,200               21            29              19            9            13             8              1
      Apr 2005                  185,800               20            29              20            9            13             8              1
     May 2005                   194,200               19            29              20            9            13             9              1
      Jun 2005                  203,200               18            29              20            9            13             9              1
       Jul 2005                 212,000               18            29              20            9            13            10              1
      Aug 2005                  220,700               17            29              20            9            14            10              1
      Sep 2005                  230,000               17            29              20            9            14            10              1
      Oct 2005                  239,600               16            29              20            9            14            11              1
      Nov 2005                  250,300               16            29              20            9            14            11              1
      Dec 2005                  258,400               16            30              20            8            13            12              1
      Jan 2006                  269,000               15            30              20            8            13            12              1
      Feb 2006                  279,100               15            30              20            8            13            12              1
      Mar 2006                  291,100               15            30              20            8            13            13              1
      Apr 2006                  299,200               15            30              20            8            13            13              1
     May 2006                   308,000               14            30              20            8            13            14              1
      Jun 2006                  317,200               14            30              20            8            13            14              1

    Old scheme
       Aug 2004                 470,100               33             1              24             8           16            17              1
       Sep 2004                 470,900               33             1              24             8           16            16              2
       Oct 2004                 471,000               32             1              23             8           16            16              3
      Nov 2004                  477,600               32             1              23             7           16            16              5
      Dec 2004                  482,100               31             1              23             8           15            16              5
       Jan 2005                 472,600               32             1              23             7           16            16              5
       Feb 2005                 470,100               32             1              23             7           16            16              5
       Mar 2005                 468,000               32             1              23             7           16            16              5
       Apr 2005                 464,200               32             1              23             7           16            16              5
      May 2005                  461,700               32             1              23             7           16            16              5
       Jun 2005                 459,000               32             1              23             7           17            16              5
        Jul 2005                456,800               32             1              23             7           17            16              5
       Aug 2005                 452,700               31             1              23             7           17            16              4
       Sep 2005                 449,900               31             1              23             7           17            16              4
       Oct 2005                 445,700               31             1              23             7           17            17              4
      Nov 2005                  442,800               31             1              23             7           17            17              4
      Dec 2005                  440,700               31             1              23             7           17            17              4
       Jan 2006                 436,600               31             1              23             7           17            17              4
       Feb 2006                 433,500               31             1              23             7           18            17              4
       Mar 2006                 430,200               31             1              23             7           18            17              4
       Apr 2006                 427,200               30             1              23             7           18            17              4
      May 2006                  424,000               30             1              23             7           18            17              4
       Jun 2006                 420,600               30             1              23             7           18            17              4


Notes:
1. The table above includes those old-scheme cases with either a Full Maintenance Assessment or an Interim Maintenance Assessment; plus
those new-scheme cases with either a Full Maintenance Calculation, or a Default Maintenance Decision. New-scheme cases being processed
clerically are excluded from this analysis.

2. Manual methods of payment include those cases in which the non-resident parent makes payment by cheque, bank giro credit or Transcash.

3. Data regarding method of collection prior to August 2004 is under development and is not currently available.

4. Volumes are rounded to the nearest hundred and percentages to nearest whole percent.

5. This QSS contains changes to the data source and the methodologies for some tables. Please see the "contents" page for details.
 CSA Table 10a: Method of Collection: Compliance (Overall Agency)

 This table shows the cases where maintenance was received as a proportion of those where maintenance was asked
 for over a three month period, for each method of collection available to the Agency.

                                                        Percentage of cases
                                                               Deduction                                    Unknown
        Quarter                                  Deduction from Earnings                       Standing     Method of
        Ending           Overall       Manual from Benefit Order/Request Direct Debit             Order     Collection

Overall Agency
      Aug 2004               68            48            65              78            91            80            55
      Sep 2004               68            48            63              78            91            80            50
      Oct 2004               68            48            61              78            91            80            49
      Nov 2004               68            48            63              78            91            80            50
      Dec 2004               68            51            63              74            89            81            56
      Jan 2005               68            47            66              77            91            80            55
      Feb 2005               67            46            65              76            91            79            57
      Mar 2005               67            46            67              77            91            79            54
      Apr 2005               68            46            66              77            91            78            55
     May 2005                68            46            66              77            91            78            55
      Jun 2005               68            46            65              77            91            78            52
       Jul 2005              68            47            65              77            91            78            50
      Aug 2005               68            47            64              76            91            78            52
      Sep 2005               68            46            64              76            91            77            50
      Oct 2005               68            46            63              76            91            77            50
      Nov 2005               68            46            63              76            91            77            51
      Dec 2005               67            46            63              76            91            76            51
      Jan 2006               68            46            64              76            91            76            50
      Feb 2006               68            46            65              76            91            76            51
      Mar 2006               69            47            66              77            91            76            52
      Apr 2006               69            47            70              76            91            76            55
     May 2006                69            47            70              77            91            76            56
      Jun 2006               70            48            70              77            91            76            57


Notes:
1. The table above includes those old-scheme cases with either a Full Maintenance Assessment or an Interim Maintenance Assessmen t; plus
those new-scheme cases with either a Full Maintenance Calculation, or a Default Maintenance Decision. New -scheme cases being processed
clerically are excluded from this analysis. New scheme cases classed as maintenance direct at the end of the month are exclud ed.

2. Manual methods of payment include those cases in which the non-resident parent makes payment by cheque, bank giro credit or Transcash.

3. Data regarding method of collection prior to August 2004 is under development and is not currently available.

4. Volumes are rounded to the nearest hundred and percentages to nearest whole percent.

5. This QSS contains changes to the data source and the methodologies for some tables. Please see the "contents" page for det ails.
CSA Table 10b: Method of Collection: Compliance (New and Old Scheme)

This table shows the cases where maintenance was received as a proportion of those where maintenance was asked
for over a three month period, for each method of collection available to the Agency.

                                                       Percentage of cases
                                                              Deduction                                    Unknown
       Quarter                                  Deduction from Earnings                        Standing    Method of
       Ending           Overall       Manual from Benefit Order/Request Direct Debit              Order    Collection

 New scheme
    Aug 2004                 60            44            63              61           77             79            39
    Sep 2004                 60            45            61              60           78             79            39
    Oct 2004                 60            46            60              60           78             79            40
    Nov 2004                 62            47            62              61           79             80            39
    Dec 2004                 63            46            64              63           80             78            40
    Jan 2005                 64            47            65              63           81             77            39
    Feb 2005                 63            47            64              62           81             75            38
    Mar 2005                 64            46            67              63           81             74            40
    Apr 2005                 64            46            65              65           81             74            43
    May 2005                 65            46            66              66           82             74            43
    Jun 2005                 65            46            65              67           82             73            43
     Jul 2005                65            46            64              66           82             72            41
    Aug 2005                 65            46            64              67           83             72            43
    Sep 2005                 65            46            63              66           83             70            43
    Oct 2005                 64            45            63              66           84             69            43
    Nov 2005                 64            44            63              66           85             69            43
    Dec 2005                 63            43            63              65           84             67            42
    Jan 2006                 64            42            64              66           85             67            42
    Feb 2006                 64            41            65              66           84             66            44
    Mar 2006                 65            42            67              67           85             67            46
    Apr 2006                 66            41            70              67           85             66            46
    May 2006                 66            42            70              68           86             66            46
    Jun 2006                 66            41            70              68           87             66            47

  Old scheme
     Aug 2004                70            48            75              81            96           81             58
     Sep 2004                70            48            74              81            96           81             52
     Oct 2004                70            48            72              81            96           80             50
     Nov 2004                69            48            70              81            96           80             51
     Dec 2004                69            52            57              77            93           81             57
     Jan 2005                69            47            70              81            96           81             57
     Feb 2005                69            46            70              81            95           80             59
     Mar 2005                69            45            68              81            95           80             55
     Apr 2005                69            46            72              82            95           80             56
    May 2005                 69            46            73              82            96           80             56
     Jun 2005                69            47            76              81            95           79             53
      Jul 2005               69            47            77              81            96           80             51
     Aug 2005                69            47            75              80            95           80             54
     Sep 2005                69            46            73              81            95           80             52
     Oct 2005                69            46            67              81            96           81             51
     Nov 2005                70            46            65              81            96           80             53
     Dec 2005                70            47            65              81            95           80             53
     Jan 2006                70            47            70              81            95           80             52
     Feb 2006                70            47            65              81            96           81             53
     Mar 2006                71            48            63              82            95           81             54
     Apr 2006                71            48            66              82            95           81             58
    May 2006                 72            49            67              82            96           81             58
     Jun 2006                72            50            65              82            96           81             60


Notes:
1. The table above includes those old-scheme cases with either a Full Maintenance Assessment or an Interim Maintenance Assessmen t; plus
those new-scheme cases with either a Full Maintenance Calculation, or a Default Maintenance Decision. New -scheme cases being processed
clerically are excluded from this analysis. New scheme cases classed as maintenance direct at the end of the month are exclud ed.

2. Manual methods of payment include those cases in which the non-resident parent makes payment by cheque, bank giro credit or Transcash.

3. Data regarding method of collection prior to August 2004 is under development and is not currently available.

4. Volumes are rounded to the nearest hundred and percentages to nearest whole percent.

5. This QSS contains changes to the data source and the methodologies for some tables. Please see the "contents" page for det ails.
CSA Table 11: Cash Compliance

This table shows the proportion of maintenance asked for that was received by cases using the
Agency's collection service over a three month period.

                                 Cash Compliance Rate
   Quarter
   Ending      Overall Agency         New Scheme           Old Scheme

Mar 2003                    67                  43                   67
Apr 2003                    67                  90                   67
May 2003                    66                  68                   66
Jun 2003                    65                  54                   65
 Jul 2003                   66                  60                   66
Aug 2003                    65                  59                   65
Sep 2003                    65                  57                   65
Oct 2003                    64                  55                   63
Nov 2003                    64                  54                   64
Dec 2003                    64                  54                   63
Jan 2004                    64                  53                   64
Feb 2004                    63                  53                   63
Mar 2004                    64                  55                   64
Apr 2004                    64                  55                   64
May 2004                    62                  53                   62
Jun 2004                    63                  54                   63
 Jul 2004                   63                  53                   64
Aug 2004                    63                  52                   64
Sep 2004                    62                  52                   62
Oct 2004                    62                  52                   63
Nov 2004                    62                  54                   63
Dec 2004                    61                  54                   62
Jan 2005                    62                  57                   63
Feb 2005                    62                  57                   63
Mar 2005                    64                  60                   65
Apr 2005                    64                  59                   64
May 2005                    63                  59                   63
Jun 2005                    63                  60                   64
 Jul 2005                   62                  60                   63
Aug 2005                    64                  61                   65
Sep 2005                    62                  59                   63
Oct 2005                    63                  60                   63
Nov 2005                    63                  60                   64
Dec 2005                    63                  59                   64
Jan 2006                    64                  60                   64
Feb 2006                    63                  58                   64
Mar 2006                    65                  61                   66
Apr 2006                    64                  59                   65
May 2006                    65                  61                   67
Jun 2006                    65                  61                   67



Notes:
1. The table above includes those old-scheme cases with either a Full Maintenance Assessment or
an Interim Maintenance Assessment; plus those new-scheme cases with either a Full Maintenance
Calculation, or a Default Maintenance Decision. New-scheme cases being processed clerically are
excluded from this analysis.

2.Cash compliance is defined as the total amount of maintenance received (either regular
maintenance and/or arrears) via the collection service over the preceding quarter expressed as a
percentage of the total amount charged (either regular maintenance and/or arrears) via the collection
service over the same quarter.

3. Percentages are rounded to the nearest whole percent.

4. This QSS contains changes to the data source and the methodologies for some tables. Please
see the "contents" page for details.

5. Data prior to March 2003 is under investigation and is not currently available.
CSA Table 12: Arrears Collected as a Percentage of Arrears Accrued

This table shows the amount of arrears collected over a three month period as a percentage of arrears of
regular maintenance accrued over the same period. This relates to the Secretary of State target for
2006/07 on Debt.

   Quarter
   Ending      Overall Agency        New Scheme          Old Scheme

Mar 2003                   25                -                     25
Apr 2003                   26                114                   26
May 2003                   24                  30                  24
Jun 2003                   23                  22                  23
 Jul 2003                  25                  28                  25
Aug 2003                   24                  26                  24
Sep 2003                   24                  23                  24
Oct 2003                   23                  20                  23
Nov 2003                   24                  19                  24
Dec 2003                   23                  18                  23
Jan 2004                   23                  17                  23
Feb 2004                   22                  17                  23
Mar 2004                   23                  19                  24
Apr 2004                   23                  18                  24
May 2004                   21                  17                  22
Jun 2004                   22                  17                  23
 Jul 2004                  23                  17                  24
Aug 2004                   23                  16                  25
Sep 2004                   21                  15                  23
Oct 2004                   22                  16                  23
Nov 2004                   22                  17                  24
Dec 2004                   22                  17                  23
Jan 2005                   23                  19                  24
Feb 2005                   23                  19                  24
Mar 2005                   25                  22                  27
Apr 2005                   25                  21                  27
May 2005                   26                  24                  26
Jun 2005                   27                  26                  27
 Jul 2005                  29                  27                  29
Aug 2005                   30                  28                  31
Sep 2005                   27                  25                  28
Oct 2005                   27                  26                  28
Nov 2005                   28                  26                  29
Dec 2005                   28                  25                  30
Jan 2006                   29                  26                  31
Feb 2006                   28                  24                  29
Mar 2006                   31                  27                  33
Apr 2006                   30                  25                  33
May 2006                   33                  28                  37
Jun 2006                   33                  27                  37

Notes:
1. The table above includes those old-scheme cases with either a Full Maintenance Assessment or an
Interim Maintenance Assessment; plus those new-scheme cases with either a Full Maintenance
Calculation, or a Default Maintenance Decision. New-scheme cases being processed clerically are
excluded from this analysis.

2. The amount of arrears collected over a 3-month period is expressed as a percentage of arrears (of
unpaid regular maintenance) accrued over the same period. The target value is 30%, which means that
CSA are expecting to collect an amount of arrears equivalent to 30% of arrears accruing. It should be
noted that, due to limitations with currently available management information, arrears accrued between
the effective date of a case, and the date on which maintenance is first charged following calculation or
assessment (initial arrears) are excluded from the scope of this statistic (as are any payments made over
the same period).

3. Percentages are rounded to the nearest whole percent.

4. This QSS contains changes to the data source and the methodologies for some tables. Please see the
"contents" page for details.
CSA Table 13.1: Percentage of Parents With Care on Income Support or Jobseeker's Allowance
(income based) in Receipt of Maintenance

This table shows the percentage of parents with care on Income Support or Jobseeker's Allowance
(income based) with an assessment/calculation (including nil assessments/calculations) who are
currently receiving maintenance or have a maintenance direct arrangement in place

  Quarter
  Ending      Overall Agency        New Scheme           Old Scheme

Nov 1997                   28                 n/a                 28
Feb 1998                   27                 n/a                 27
May 1998                   27                 n/a                 27
Aug 1998                   26                 n/a                 26
Nov 1998                   26                 n/a                 26
Feb 1999                   26                 n/a                 26
May 1999                   26                 n/a                 26
Aug 1999                   26                 n/a                 26
Nov 1999                   26                 n/a                 26
Feb 2000                   25                 n/a                 25
May 2000                   25                 n/a                 25
Aug 2000                   25                 n/a                 25
Nov 2000                   25                 n/a                 25
Feb 2001                   24                 n/a                 24
May 2001                   25                 n/a                 25
Aug 2001                   25                 n/a                 25
Nov 2001                   24                 n/a                 24
Feb 2002                   24                 n/a                 24
May 2002                   24                 n/a                 24
Aug 2002                   24                 n/a                 24
Nov 2002                   24                 n/a                 24
Feb 2003                   25                 n/a                 25

May 2004                   24                 29                  23
Aug 2004                   24                 31                  22
Nov 2004                   24                 35                  21
Feb 2005                   24                 35                  20
May 2005                   25                 37                  20
Aug 2005                   25                 38                  19
Nov 2005                   25                 38                  19
Feb 2006                   26                 38                  18


Notes:
1. The above includes those old-scheme cases with a Full Maintenance Assessment, and those new-
scheme cases with either a Full Maintenance Calculation, or a Default Maintenance Decision. Old-scheme
cases with a punitive Interim Maintenance Assessment are excluded from this analysis, as are new-scheme
cases being processed clerically.

2. The Child Support Agency's PSA target was to “double the proportion of parents with care on Income
Support or Income-Based Jobseeker's Allowance who receive maintenance for their children to 60 per cent
by March 2006”. This target has been rolled forward under SR2004 and increased to 65 per cent by March
2008.

3. A parent with care is deemed to be on Income Support or Jobseeker's Allowance (income based) if they
or their partner are in receipt of either benefit.

4. Data from both computer systems are matched with administrative data from the benefits system to
obtain the current benefit status of the parent with care. Those parents with care who are not themselves
on benefit, but whose partner is, are excluded from this analysis due to lack of available data.
Administrative data prior to November 1997 is not available.

5. In previous releases of these numbers it was not possible to match old and new scheme data from the
new IT system (CS2) with administrative data from the benefits system, so the information used was that
recorded on the CSA system. It is now possible to match CS2 data with administrative data in the same
way as is done for CSCS cases and, as such, numbers have therefore been revised in line with this new
methodology.

6. Percentages are rounded to the nearest whole percent.

7. Information covering the period March 2003-March 2004 is not currently available and is under
development.
CSA Table 13.2: Benefit Receipt for Parents with Care and Non-resident Parents on the New Scheme

This table shows a breakdown of those new-scheme cases with a calculation according to whether the non-resident
parent or parent with care is in receipt of certain benefits

                                                       On Benefit
                                                                                                    Neither on benefit
                  Total       Both on benefit              NRP only             PWC only
                                  volumes       %       volumes       %       volumes       %        volumes        %

May 2004       120,000              22,000      18        11,000      9        38,000      31          49,000      41
Aug 2004       146,000              26,000      18        14,000      9        44,000      30          62,000      43
Nov 2004       171,000              30,000      17        17,000     10        50,000      29          76,000      44
Feb 2005       199,000              35,000      17        20,000     10        56,000      28          88,000      44
May 2005       230,000              40,000      18        23,000     10        66,000      29         101,000      44
Aug 2005       264,000              46,000      17        27,000     10        76,000      29         115,000      44
Nov 2005       302,000              53,000      18        31,000     10        86,000      29         132,000      44
Feb 2006       341,000              63,000      18        36,000     10        97,000      29         145,000      43


Notes:
1. The above includes those new-scheme cases with either a Full Maintenance Calculation, or a Default Maintenance
Decision. New-scheme cases being processed clerically are excluded.

2. Data from the new scheme is matched with administrative data from the benefits system to obtain the current benefit
status of the parent with care and non-resident parent.

3. In the above analysis, a parent with care is deemed to be in receipt of benefit if he/she or his/her partner are on
Income Support or Jobseeker's Allowance (income based). Likewise, a non-resident parent is classified as on benefit if
he/she or his/her parent is in receipt of Income Support, Jobseeker's Allowance or Incapacity Benefit.

4. Volumes are rounded to the nearest thousand and percentages to the nearest whole percent.

5. Information covering the period March 2003-March 2004 is not currently available and is under development.
CSA Table 14: Receipt of Child Maintenance Premium

This table shows the number of new-scheme cases that received one or more payments of the Child
Maintenance Premium in each month, the number of cases that received a first payment of the Child
Maintenance Premium, and the total monetary value of those payments.

                                   Number of Cases
                   Total Number of Receiving a First     Total Amount of
                     Cases Getting Payment of CMP           CMP Paid in
         Month       CMP in Month          in Month               Month

     Mar 2003                     -                 -                 -
     Apr 2003                     -                 -                 -
     May 2003                     -                 -              £300
     Jun 2003                   100                 -            £1,800
      Jul 2003                  300               200           £13,100
     Aug 2003                   700               500           £27,400
     Sep 2003                 1,600               900           £60,800
     Oct 2003                 2,900             1,600          £113,800
     Nov 2003                 4,000             1,700          £153,700
     Dec 2003                 5,500             2,000          £211,000
     Jan 2004                 6,800             2,000          £290,600
     Feb 2004                 7,600             1,900          £292,600
     Mar 2004                 9,400             2,600          £403,600
     Apr 2004                10,600             2,400          £435,700
     May 2004                11,300             2,100          £462,700
     Jun 2004                12,900             2,500          £544,600
      Jul 2004               13,400             2,100          £540,300
     Aug 2004                14,100             2,300          £567,800
     Sep 2004                15,300             2,500          £630,000
     Oct 2004                16,300             2,700          £642,000
     Nov 2004                17,700             3,200          £686,900
     Dec 2004                18,700             3,000          £707,500
     Jan 2005                19,500             2,800          £792,800
     Feb 2005                20,200             2,800          £740,700
     Mar 2005                22,600             4,000          £879,300
     Apr 2005                23,500             3,200          £889,200
     May 2005                25,700             3,900        £1,001,500
     Jun 2005                27,200             3,800        £1,039,800
      Jul 2005               28,400             3,800        £1,027,400
     Aug 2005                29,400             3,700        £1,071,300
     Sep 2005                31,100             4,100        £1,168,500
     Oct 2005                32,000             3,800        £1,155,200
     Nov 2005                33,400             4,100        £1,177,800
     Dec 2005                35,300             4,700        £1,207,500
     Jan 2006                37,200             4,100        £1,324,700
     Feb 2006                38,300             4,900        £1,249,700
     Mar 2006                43,300             5,900        £1,549,700
     Apr 2006                43,500             5,100        £1,388,700
     May 2006                46,300             4,800        £1,532,800
     Jun 2006                47,300             5,000        £1,543,200
          Total                  n/a          110,800       £27,525,600


Notes:

1. The above excludes cases currently being processed clerically and cases paid CMP via Jobcentre Plus
where a maintenance direct agreement is in place.

2. Child Maintenance Premium (CMP) was introduced under the new legislation and is an additional payment
made to parents with care in receipt of benefit for whom maintenance is being received (on behalf of the
Secretary of State).

3. Volumes and amounts are rounded to the nearest hundred
  Notes:             - What information is availableWhat Agency)
                                                  DN - What information is available the target?
                                                   - for
Notes: Table 15a: Weekly Maintenance Liability (Overallinformation is available for for the PSA
  CSA

   This table shows the number of cases with an assessment/calculation in bands according to the value of the weekly liability.

                                                                                                          Percentage of cases
                            Cases with                                                                                                                                                            Mean Liability
                           Calculation/                    £0.01-   £5.01- £10.01- £20.01- £30.01- £40.01- £50.01- £60.01- £70.01- £80.01- £90.01- £100.01- £110.01- £120.01                       (including nil
             Month         Assessment                 £0    £5.00   £10.00 £20.00 £30.00 £40.00 £50.00 £60.00 £70.00 £80.00 £90.00 £100.00 £110.00 £120.00 & over                                      liabilities)

   Overall Agency
         Nov 1995               435,500               23      18        1       4        5         6         7         8        5         4         2         8         4         3         3                  £39
         Feb 1996               460,800               25      17        2       4        5         6         7         8        5         4         2         7         4         3         3                  £37
         May 1996               484,600               27      16        2       4        5         6         7         8        5         3         2         6         3         3         2                  £35
         Aug 1996               512,500               30      15        2       4        5         6         7         8        5         3         2         6         3         2         2                  £34
         Nov 1996               545,900               32      14        2       4        5         6         7         7        5         3         2         5         3         2         2                  £32
         Feb 1997               579,200               34      13        2       4        5         6         7         7        5         3         2         4         3         2         2                  £31
         May 1997               609,800               36      13        2       4        5         6         7         7        5         3         2         4         2         2         2                  £30
         Aug 1997               649,800               38      12        2       4        5         6         7         7        5         3         2         4         2         2         2                  £29
         Nov 1997               694,500               39      11        2       4        5         6         7         7        5         3         2         3         2         2         2                  £29
         Feb 1998               741,600               41      10        2       4        5         6         6         7        5         3         2         3         2         2         2                  £28
         May 1998               785,600               42       9        2       4        5         6         7         7        5         3         2         3         2         2         2                  £28
         Aug 1998               827,300               43       9        2       4        5         6         6         6        5         3         2         3         2         2         2                  £27
         Nov 1998               864,400               44       8        3       4        5         6         6         6        4         3         2         3         2         1         1                  £26
         Feb 1999               905,200               44       7        3       4        5         6         6         6        4         3         2         2         2         1         2                  £26
         May 1999               942,300               45       7        4       4        5         6         6         6        4         3         2         2         2         1         2                  £26
         Aug 1999               973,300               45       6        4       4        5         6         6         6        4         3         2         2         2         1         2                  £25
         Nov 1999               998,500               45       6        4       4        5         6         6         6        4         3         2         2         2         1         2                  £25
         Feb 2000             1,020,200               45       5        5       4        5         6         6         6        4         3         2         2         2         1         2                  £25
         May 2000             1,040,000               46       5        5       4        5         6         6         6        5         3         2         2         2         1         1                  £25
         Aug 2000             1,047,000               46       5        5       4        5         6         6         6        4         3         2         2         2         1         1                  £25
         Nov 2000             1,044,500               47       5        5       4        5         6         6         6        4         3         2         2         2         1         1                  £24
         Feb 2001             1,050,000               47       4        5       5        5         6         6         6        4         3         2         2         2         1         1                  £24
         May 2001             1,046,100               47       4        6       5        6         6         6         6        4         3         2         2         2         1         1                  £24
         Aug 2001             1,050,200               47       4        6       5        6         6         6         6        4         3         2         2         2         1         1                  £24
         Nov 2001             1,050,900               47       4        6       5        6         6         6         6        5         3         2         2         1         1         1                  £23
         Feb 2002             1,059,500               48       4        6       5        6         6         6         6        5         3         2         2         1         1         1                  £23
         May 2002             1,071,800               48       3        6       5        6         6         6         6        5         3         2         2         1         1         1                  £23
         Aug 2002             1,067,400               48       3        6       5        5         6         6         6        5         3         2         2         1         1         1                  £23
         Nov 2002             1,075,200               48       3        6       5        6         6         6         6        5         3         2         2         1         1         1                  £23
         Feb 2003               983,700               49       2        6       4        5         6         6         5        5         3         2         2         1         1         1                  £23

         Mar 2003               990,500               50       2        6       4        5         6         6         5        4         3         2         2         1         1         1                  £23
         Apr 2003               992,100               50       2        6       4        5         6         6         5        4         3         2         2         1         1         1                  £23
         May 2003               992,000               50       2        6       4        5         6         6         5        4         3         2         2         1         1         1                  £23
         Jun 2003               993,700               50       2        6       4        5         6         6         5        4         3         2         2         1         1         1                  £23
          Jul 2003              992,800               50       2        6       4        5         6         6         5        4         3         2         2         1         1         1                  £23
         Aug 2003               995,100               50       3        6       4        5         6         6         5        4         3         2         2         1         1         1                  £23
         Sep 2003             1,001,400               50       3        6       5        5         6         6         5        4         3         2         2         1         1         1                  £23
         Oct 2003             1,003,400               49       3        6       5        5         6         6         5        4         3         2         2         1         1         1                  £23
         Nov 2003             1,000,200               49       4        6       5        5         6         6         5        4         3         2         2         1         1         1                  £23
         Dec 2003             1,001,000               49       4        6       5        6         6         6         5        4         3         2         2         1         1         1                  £23
         Jan 2004             1,001,500               48       4        6       5        6         6         6         5        4         3         2         2         1         1         1                  £23
         Feb 2004             1,003,400               48       4        6       5        6         6         6         5        4         3         2         1         1         1         1                  £23
         Mar 2004             1,006,200               48       5        6       5        6         6         6         5        4         3         2         1         1         1         1                  £23
         Apr 2004             1,009,500               47       5        6       5        6         6         6         5        4         3         2         1         1         1         1                  £23
         May 2004             1,012,400               47       5        6       5        6         6         6         5        4         3         2         2         1         1         1                  £23
         Jun 2004             1,015,100               46       5        6       5        6         6         6         5        4         3         2         1         1         1         1                  £23
          Jul 2004            1,018,700               46       6        6       5        6         7         6         5        4         3         2         1         1         1         1                  £23
         Aug 2004             1,022,500               46       6        6       5        6         7         6         5        4         3         2         1         1         1         1                  £23
         Sep 2004             1,024,800               46       6        6       5        6         7         6         5        4         3         2         1         1         1         1                  £23
         Oct 2004             1,026,900               46       6        6       5        6         7         6         5        4         3         2         1         1         1         1                  £23
         Nov 2004             1,036,700               46       6        6       5        6         7         6         5        4         3         2         1         1         1         1                  £23
         Dec 2004             1,041,200               46       7        6       5        6         7         6         5        4         3         2         1         1         1         1                  £23
         Jan 2005             1,045,600               46       7        6       5        6         7         6         5        4         3         2         1         1         1         1                  £23
         Feb 2005             1,050,900               45       7        6       5        6         7         6         5        4         3         2         1         1         1         1                  £23
         Mar 2005             1,057,100               45       7        6       5        6         7         6         5        4         3         2         1         1         1         1                  £23
         Apr 2005             1,063,800               45       8        6       5        6         7         6         5        4         3         2         1         1         1         1                  £23
         May 2005             1,069,400               45       8        6       5        6         7         6         5        4         3         2         1         1         1         1                  £23
         Jun 2005             1,076,600               45       8        6       5        6         7         6         5        4         3         2         1         1         1         1                  £23
          Jul 2005            1,082,700               44       8        6       5        6         7         6         5        4         3         2         1         1         1         1                  £23
         Aug 2005             1,087,200               44       9        6       5        6         7         6         5        4         3         2         1         1         1         1                  £23
         Sep 2005             1,093,800               44       9        6       5        6         7         6         5        4         3         2         1         1         1         1                  £23
         Oct 2005             1,098,900               44       9        5       5        6         7         6         5        4         3         2         1         1         1         1                  £23
         Nov 2005             1,105,800               44       9        5       5        6         7         6         5        4         3         2         1         1         1         1                  £23
         Dec 2005             1,112,600               43      10        5       5        6         7         6         5        4         3         2         1         1         1         1                  £22
         Jan 2006             1,118,500               43      10        5       5        6         7         6         5        4         3         2         1         1         1         1                  £22
         Feb 2006             1,126,400               43      10        5       5        6         7         6         5        4         3         2         1         1         1         1                  £22
         Mar 2006             1,135,900               43      11        5       5        7         7         6         5        4         3         2         1         1         1         1                  £22
         Apr 2006             1,142,400               43      11        5       5        7         7         6         5        4         3         2         1         1         1         1                  £22
         May 2006             1,148,800               42      11        5       5        7         7         6         5        4         3         2         1         1         1         1                  £22
         Jun 2006             1,155,400               42      11        5       5        7         7         6         5        4         3         2         1         1         1         1                  £22



  Notes:
  1. The table above includes those old-scheme cases with either a Full Maintenance Assessment or an Interim Maintenance Assessmen t; plus those new-scheme cases with either a Full Maintenance
  Calculation, or a Default Maintenance Decision. New-scheme cases being processed clerically are excluded from this analysis.

  2. The percentage of cases with a nil calculation/assessment will not exactly match Table 6. This is because cases with a nil assessment/calculation for which collection service activity (i.e. charges
  and/or receipts) also occurred in the preceding quarter (for example, the circumstance of the case changed over the quarter), are classed according to their collection service compliance status in
  Table 6. In this table, however, they are classified according to the value of their weekly assessment/calculation at the end of the period.

  3. Volumes are rounded to the nearest hundred and percentages to nearest whole percent.

  4. '-' indicates a figure less than 0.5 per cent.

  5. Data prior to November 1995 is not currently available.

  6. Cases classed as nil assessed or nil calculated in this table comprise all cases in which the regular maintenance assessme nt at the end of the reporting period was zero. In certain circumstances, it
  is possible for cases with a nil assessment or calculation to have had maintenance due via the collection service in the prev ious quarter. For example, where a cases has become nil assessed during
  the reporting period, or if the regular assessment is zero, but arrears are outstanding.

  7. This QSS contains changes to the data source and the methodologies for some tables. Please see the "contents" page for det ails.
CSA Table 15b: Weekly Maintenance Liability (New and Old Scheme)

This table shows the number of cases with an assessment/calculation in bands according to the value of the weekly liability.

                                                                                                    Percentage of cases
                       Cases with                                                                                                                                      Mean Liability
                      Calculation/                 £0.01-   £5.01- £10.01- £20.01- £30.01- £40.01- £50.01- £60.01- £70.01- £80.01- £90.01- £100.01- £110.01- £120.01    (including nil
          Month       Assessment             £0     £5.00   £10.00 £20.00 £30.00 £40.00 £50.00 £60.00 £70.00 £80.00 £90.00 £100.00 £110.00 £120.00 & over                   liabilities)

New Scheme
     Mar 2003                  200           46       11         1        3         7       10         9         3        4    2   2     2        1       .       .                £34
      Apr 2003                 900           24       19         1        4         9       13        11         7        4    3   2     1        1       0       1                £33
     May 2003                2,800           22       20         1        4         9       12        11         8        5    3   2     1        1       0       1                £34
      Jun 2003               7,200           20       23         1        4         9       13        10         7        4    3   2     1        1       0       1                £32
       Jul 2003             14,600           20       25         1        5        10       12        10         7        4    3   2     1        1       0       1                £30
     Aug 2003               22,400           20       26         1        5        10       12         9         6        4    3   1     1        0       0       1                £29
     Sep 2003               34,200           19       28         1        5        10       12         9         6        4    2   1     1        0       0       1                £27
      Oct 2003              46,300           19       29         1        5        11       12         9         6        3    2   1     1        0       0       1                £27
     Nov 2003               57,100           18       29         1        5        11       12         9         6        3    2   1     1        0       0       1                £26
     Dec 2003               65,400           18       29         1        5        11       12         9         6        3    2   1     1        0       0       1                £26
      Jan 2004              75,900           17       29         1        5        12       12         9         6        3    2   1     1        0       0       1                £26
     Feb 2004               86,000           17       30         1        5        12       12         9         5        3    2   1     1        0       0       1                £26
     Mar 2004               97,500           16       30         1        5        12       12         9         5        3    2   1     1        0       0       1                £26
      Apr 2004             106,300           16       30         1        6        12       12         9         5        3    2   1     1        0       0       1                £26
     May 2004              114,900           15       31         1        6        12       12         9         5        3    2   1     1        0       0       1                £25
      Jun 2004             123,700           15       31         1        6        12       12         9         5        3    2   1     1        0       0       1                £25
       Jul 2004            131,400           14       31         1        6        12       12         9         6        3    2   1     1        0       0       1                £25
     Aug 2004              138,800           14       31         1        6        12       12         9         6        3    2   1     1        0       0       1                £25
     Sep 2004              146,800           14       31         2        6        12       12         9         6        3    2   1     1        0       0       1                £25
      Oct 2004             154,800           14       31         2        6        12       12         9         6        3    2   1     1        0       0       1                £25
     Nov 2004              163,200           14       31         2        6        11       12         9         6        3    2   1     1        0       0       1                £25
     Dec 2004              169,800           14       31         2        6        11       12         9         6        3    2   1     1        0       0       1                £25
      Jan 2005             178,400           15       31         2        6        11       12         9         6        3    2   1     1        0       0       1                £25
     Feb 2005              188,400           15       31         2        6        11       12         9         6        3    2   1     1        0       0       1                £25
     Mar 2005              198,600           15       31         2        6        11       12         9         6        3    2   1     1        0       0       1                £25
      Apr 2005             208,700           15       31         2        6        11       12         9         6        3    2   1     1        0       0       1                £25
     May 2005              218,500           15       32         2        6        11       12         9         5        3    2   1     1        0       0       1                £25
      Jun 2005             229,000           15       32         2        6        11       12         9         5        3    2   1     1        0       0       1                £24
       Jul 2005            239,100           16       32         2        6        11       12         9         5        3    2   1     1        0       0       1                £24
     Aug 2005              249,400           16       32         2        6        11       12         9         5        3    2   1     1        0       0       1                £24
     Sep 2005              260,200           16       32         2        6        11       12         9         5        3    2   1     1        0       0       1                £24
      Oct 2005             271,300           16       32         2        6        11       12         9         5        3    2   1     1        0       0       1                £24
     Nov 2005              284,000           16       32         2        6        11       12         8         5        3    2   1     1        0       0       1                £24
     Dec 2005              293,500           16       32         2        6        11       12         8         5        3    2   1     1        0       0       1                £24
      Jan 2006             306,200           17       32         2        6        11       12         8         5        3    2   1     1        0       0       1                £24
     Feb 2006              318,400           17       32         2        5        11       12         8         5        3    2   1     1        0       0       1                £24
     Mar 2006              332,600           17       32         2        5        10       11         8         5        3    2   1     1        0       0       1                £23
      Apr 2006             342,600           17       32         2        5        10       11         8         5        3    2   1     1        0       0       1                £23
     May 2006              353,300           17       33         2        5        10       11         8         5        3    2   1     1        0       0       1                £23
      Jun 2006             364,300           17       33         2        5        10       11         8         5        3    2   1     1        0       0       1                £23

Old Scheme
      Nov 1995             435,500           23       18         1        4         5        6         7         8        5    4   2     8        4       3       3                £39
      Feb 1996             460,800           25       17         2        4         5        6         7         8        5    4   2     7        4       3       3                £37
      May 1996             484,600           27       16         2        4         5        6         7         8        5    3   2     6        3       3       2                £35
      Aug 1996             512,500           30       15         2        4         5        6         7         8        5    3   2     6        3       2       2                £34
      Nov 1996             545,900           32       14         2        4         5        6         7         7        5    3   2     5        3       2       2                £32
      Feb 1997             579,200           34       13         2        4         5        6         7         7        5    3   2     4        3       2       2                £31
      May 1997             609,800           36       13         2        4         5        6         7         7        5    3   2     4        2       2       2                £30
      Aug 1997             649,800           38       12         2        4         5        6         7         7        5    3   2     4        2       2       2                £29
      Nov 1997             694,500           39       11         2        4         5        6         7         7        5    3   2     3        2       2       2                £29
      Feb 1998             741,600           41       10         2        4         5        6         6         7        5    3   2     3        2       2       2                £28
      May 1998             785,600           42        9         2        4         5        6         7         7        5    3   2     3        2       2       2                £28
      Aug 1998             827,300           43        9         2        4         5        6         6         6        5    3   2     3        2       2       2                £27
      Nov 1998             864,400           44        8         3        4         5        6         6         6        4    3   2     3        2       1       1                £26
      Feb 1999             905,200           44        7         3        4         5        6         6         6        4    3   2     2        2       1       2                £26
      May 1999             942,300           45        7         4        4         5        6         6         6        4    3   2     2        2       1       2                £26
      Aug 1999             973,300           45        6         4        4         5        6         6         6        4    3   2     2        2       1       2                £25
      Nov 1999             998,500           45        6         4        4         5        6         6         6        4    3   2     2        2       1       2                £25
      Feb 2000           1,020,200           45        5         5        4         5        6         6         6        4    3   2     2        2       1       2                £25
      May 2000           1,040,000           46        5         5        4         5        6         6         6        5    3   2     2        2       1       1                £25
      Aug 2000           1,047,000           46        5         5        4         5        6         6         6        4    3   2     2        2       1       1                £25
      Nov 2000           1,044,500           47        5         5        4         5        6         6         6        4    3   2     2        2       1       1                £24
      Feb 2001           1,050,000           47        4         5        5         5        6         6         6        4    3   2     2        2       1       1                £24
      May 2001           1,046,100           47        4         6        5         6        6         6         6        4    3   2     2        2       1       1                £24
      Aug 2001           1,050,200           47        4         6        5         6        6         6         6        4    3   2     2        2       1       1                £24
      Nov 2001           1,050,900           47        4         6        5         6        6         6         6        5    3   2     2        1       1       1                £23
      Feb 2002           1,059,500           48        4         6        5         6        6         6         6        5    3   2     2        1       1       1                £23
      May 2002           1,071,800           48        3         6        5         6        6         6         6        5    3   2     2        1       1       1                £23
      Aug 2002           1,067,400           48        3         6        5         5        6         6         6        5    3   2     2        1       1       1                £23
      Nov 2002           1,075,200           48        3         6        5         6        6         6         6        5    3   2     2        1       1       1                £23
      Feb 2003             983,700           49        2         6        4         5        6         6         5        5    3   2     2        1       1       1                £23

      Mar 2003             990,300           50        2         6        4         5        6         6         5        4    3   2     2        1       1       1                £23
      Apr 2003             991,200           50        2         6        4         5        6         6         5        4    3   2     2        1       1       1                £23
      May 2003             989,300           50        2         6        4         5        6         6         5        4    3   2     2        1       1       1                £23
      Jun 2003             986,500           50        2         6        4         5        6         6         5        4    3   2     2        1       1       1                £23
       Jul 2003            978,100           51        2         6        4         5        6         6         5        4    3   2     2        1       1       1                £23
      Aug 2003             972,700           51        2         6        4         5        6         6         5        4    3   2     2        1       1       1                £23
      Sep 2003             967,200           51        2         6        4         5        6         6         5        4    3   2     2        1       1       1                £23
      Oct 2003             957,100           51        2         6        5         5        6         6         5        4    3   2     2        1       1       1                £23
      Nov 2003             943,200           51        2         6        5         5        6         6         5        4    3   2     2        1       1       1                £22
      Dec 2003             935,700           51        2         7        5         5        6         6         5        4    3   2     2        1       1       1                £22
      Jan 2004             925,600           51        2         7        5         5        6         6         5        4    3   2     2        1       1       1                £22
      Feb 2004             917,400           51        2         7        5         5        6         6         5        4    3   2     2        1       1       1                £22
      Mar 2004             908,700           51        2         7        4         5        6         6         5        4    3   2     2        1       1       1                £22
      Apr 2004             903,200           51        2         7        5         5        6         6         5        4    3   2     2        1       1       1                £22
      May 2004             897,400           51        2         7        5         5        6         6         5        4    3   2     2        1       1       1                £22
      Jun 2004             891,400           51        2         7        5         5        6         6         5        4    3   2     2        1       1       1                £22
       Jul 2004            887,300           51        2         7        5         5        6         6         5        4    3   2     2        1       1       1                £22
      Aug 2004             883,700           51        2         7        5         5        6         6         5        4    3   2     2        1       1       1                £22
      Sep 2004             878,000           51        2         7        4         5        6         6         5        4    3   2     2        1       1       1                £22
      Oct 2004             872,100           51        2         7        4         5        6         6         5        4    3   2     2        1       1       1                £22
      Nov 2004             873,600           52        2         7        4         5        6         6         5        4    3   2     2        1       1       1                £22
      Dec 2004             871,400           52        2         7        4         5        5         6         5        4    3   2     2        1       1       1                £23
      Jan 2005             867,200           52        2         7        4         5        6         6         5        4    3   2     2        1       1       1                £22
      Feb 2005             862,500           52        2         7        4         5        5         5         5        4    3   2     2        1       1       1                £22
      Mar 2005             858,500           52        2         7        4         5        6         5         5        4    3   2     2        1       1       1                £22
      Apr 2005             855,200           52        2         7        4         5        5         5         5        4    3   2     2        1       1       1                £22
      May 2005             851,000           52        2         7        4         5        6         5         5        4    3   2     2        1       1       1                £22
      Jun 2005             847,600           52        2         7        4         5        5         5         5        4    3   2     2        1       1       1                £22
       Jul 2005            843,600           52        2         7        4         5        5         5         5        4    3   2     2        1       1       1                £22
      Aug 2005             837,800           53        2         7        4         5        5         5         5        4    3   2     2        1       1       1                £22
      Sep 2005             833,600           53        2         7        4         5        5         5         5        4    3   2     2        1       1       1                £22
      Oct 2005             827,600           53        2         7        4         5        5         5         5        4    3   2     2        1       1       1                £22
      Nov 2005             821,800           53        2         7        4         5        5         5         5        4    3   2     2        1       1       1                £22
      Dec 2005             819,100           53        2         7        4         5        5         5         5        4    3   2     2        1       1       1                £22
       Jan 2006               812,300               53   2        7         4        5         5         5         5        4         3         2         2        1         1         1              £22
       Feb 2006               808,000               53   2        7         4        5         5         5         5        4         3         2         2        1         1         1              £22
       Mar 2006               803,200               53   2        7         4        5         5         5         5        4         3         2         2        1         1         1              £22
       Apr 2006               799,800               54   2        7         4        5         5         5         5        4         3         2         2        1         1         1              £22
       May 2006               795,600               54   2        7         4        5         5         5         5        4         3         2         2        1         1         1              £22
       Jun 2006               791,100               54   2        7         4        5         5         5         5        4         3         2         2        1         1         1              £22


Notes:
1. The table above includes those old-scheme cases with either a Full Maintenance Assessment or an Interim Maintenance Assessmen t; plus those new-scheme cases with either a Full
Maintenance Calculation, or a Default Maintenance Decision. New -scheme cases being processed clerically are excluded from this a nalysis.

2. The percentage of cases with a nil calculation/assessment will not exactly match Table 6. This is because cases with a nil assessment/calculation for which collection service activity (i.e.
charges and/or receipts) also occurred in the preceding quarter (for example, the circumstance of the case changed over the q uarter), are classed according to their collection service compliance
status in Table 6. In this table, however, they are classified according to the value of their weekly assessment/calculation at the end of the period.

3. Volumes are rounded to the nearest hundred and percentages to nearest whole percent.

4. '-' indicates a figure less than 0.5 per cent.

5. Data prior to November 1995 is not currently available.

6. Cases classed as nil assessed or nil calculated in this table comprise all cases in which the regular maintenance assessme nt at the end of the reporting period was zero. In certain
circumstances, it is possible for cases with a nil assessment or calculation to have had maintenance due via the collection s ervice in the previous quarter. For example, where a cases has
become nil assessed during the reporting period, or if the regular assessment is zero, but arrears are outstanding.

7. This QSS contains changes to the data source and the methodologies for some tables. Please see the "contents" page for det ails.
CSA Table 16: Telephony Performance

This table shows a breakdown of the outcome of all calls received by the Agency since April 2002 and the
average time to answer calls.

                                                                Apr 02-Mar 03             Apr 03 - Mar 04             Apr 04 - Mar 05            Apr 05 - Mar 06             Apr 06 - Jun 06
                                                               volumes     %              volumes      %              volumes      %             volumes      %              volumes      %

Overall Agency

Attempted customer calls                                              4,145,000                 6,051,000                   5,738,000                  5,352,000                 1,246,000
Calls for which outcome not recorded                                     45,000                   145,000                      48,000                     42,000                     2,000
Calls for which outcome recorded                                      4,100,000                 5,906,000                   5,689,000                  5,310,000                 1,244,000
   of which
       Calls that received an engaged/busy tone                     See note 8            498,000        8            126,000        2             50,000        1           30,000        2
       Calls otherwise ineffective                                  See note 8            355,000        6            210,000        4            134,000        3           22,000        2
       Calls abandoned/lost during the IVR process                   n/a  n/a             362,000        6            320,000        6            308,000        6           84,000        7
       Calls abandoned in the queue (post IVR)                  528,000    13           1,274,000       22            794,000       14            423,000        9           30,000        2
       Calls answered                                         3,121,000    76           3,417,000       58          4,240,000       75          4,396,000       82        1,078,000       87

Percentage of calls answered from the queue                                     86                      73                          84                          91                        97
Average answer time from queue                                              0:00:56                 0:02:15                     0:01:40                     0:00:59                   0:00:24


New System

Attempted customer calls to CS2 numbers                                         n/a             1,693,000                   2,922,000                  3,277,000                   852,000
Calls for which outcome not recorded                                            n/a               125,000                      48,000                     42,000                         -
Calls for which outcome recorded                                                n/a             1,568,000                   2,874,000                  3,235,000                   852,000
   of which
       Calls that received an engaged/busy tone                       n/a      n/a         39,000        2             36,000        1             43,000        1            5,000        1
       Calls otherwise ineffective                                    n/a      n/a         29,000        2             94,000        3             77,000        2           15,000        2
       Calls abandoned/lost during the IVR process                    n/a      n/a        362,000       23            320,000       11            308,000       10           84,000       10
       Calls abandoned in the queue (post IVR)                        n/a      n/a        246,000       16            406,000       14            254,000        8           19,000        2
       Calls answered                                                 n/a      n/a        891,000       57          2,018,000       70          2,554,000       79          728,000       85

Percentage of calls answered from the queue                                    n/a                      78                          83                          91                        97
Average answer time from queue                                                 n/a                  0:02:22                     0:02:29                     0:01:21                   0:00:28


Old System

Attempted customer calls to CSCS numbers                              4,145,000                 4,358,000                   2,815,000                  2,075,000                    394,000
Calls for which outcome not recorded                                     45,000                    20,000                           -                          -                      2,000
Calls for which outcome recorded                                      4,100,000                 4,338,000                   2,815,000                  2,075,000                    392,000
   of which
       Calls that received an engaged/busy tone                     See note 8            459,000       11             90,000        3              7,000        0            24,000       6
       Calls otherwise ineffective                                  See note 8            326,000        8            115,000        4             57,000        3             7,000       2
       Calls abandoned in the queue (post IVR)                  528,000    13           1,028,000       24            389,000       14            170,000        8            11,000       3
       Calls answered                                         3,121,000    76           2,525,000       58          2,222,000       79          1,842,000       89           350,000      89

Percentage of calls answered from the queue                                     86                      71                          85                          92                        97
Average answer time from queue                                              0:00:56                 0:02:12                     0:00:56                     0:00:28                   0:00:15

Notes:
1. Total calls received excludes calls outside working hours.

2. Calls for which outcome not recorded, are those which were received but for which, due to problems with the management inf ormation system, the eventual outcome was not
recorded. Some of these calls would have been answered, and others would have been abandoned. The volume of such calls has de creased significantly in the last 3 years as
management information systems have improved.

3. Calls for which outcome recorded are those which were received and for which there is management information to track the eventual outcome.

4. Calls otherwise ineffective are those that result in a ring tone but no reply, fail due to network technical problems, or are answered by a BT message but do not connect to the CSA
system.

5. IVR denotes the automated touch tone part of the process where customers enter their details via the telephone key pad. On ce callers have cleared this part of the process, they
enter a queue to be answered by a member of staff. There is no IVR process on the old system.

6. Calls abandoned in the queue refers to calls that were abandoned once in a queue to be answered by staff.

7. The percentage of calls answered that were available to staff to answer refers to calls answered as a proportion of those that were connected to the queue for an agent (post IVR for
calls to the new system).

8. It is not possible to break down ineffective calls into those that did or did not receive an engaged tone for old system c alls in 2002/3.

9. The figures exclude new system (CS2) calls received between April 2003 and June 2003 (of which there were 225,000) as the Agency does not hold disaggregated management
information as to the outcome of these calls.

10. '-' indicates a figure less than 0.5 per cent or less than 500.

11. Volumes are rounded to the nearest thousand, and percentages to the nearest whole percent.

12. The figures included in this table do not themselves have National Statistics status, but are included in this publicatio n in order to give a fuller picture of the Agency's performance.
CSA Table 17: Accuracy of Maintenance Calculations and Assessments

This table shows the proportion of maintenance decisions (calculations or assessments)
carried out in the reporting period that were checked and found to be accurate to the
nearest penny. Figures are given on a rolling 12 month basis. This relates to the
Secretary of State target for 2006/07 on Accuracy.

                            New           Old
    12 months to         Scheme       Scheme

        Mar 2004               82           86
        Mar 2005               75           78
        Jun 2005               76           77
        Sep 2005               76           78
        Dec 2005               79           79
        Mar 2006               81           84
        Jun 2006               81           85


Notes:
1. Percentages are rounded to the nearest whole percent.

2. The figures included in this table do not themselves have National Statistics
status, but are included in this publication in order to give a fuller picture of the
Agency's performance.
CSA table 18: Appeals performance

This table shows the number of appeals cleared, and the average time to complete stage 1, and
stage 3 of the Appeals process. The Agency published a client service standard in the 2006 Client
Charter. It states that:

Stage 1 of the appeals process (where the Agency either revises the decision, or submits the
appeal to the Tribunal Service for action) will take an average of 10 weeks.
Stage 2 of the appeals process (where the Tribunal service deals with the appeal) will take an
average of 19 weeks.
Stage 3 of the appeals process (when the Agency revises the child maintenance decision if
necessary) will take an average of 1 week.




                                    May 2005-               June 2005-               July 2005-
                                    April 2006               May 2006                June 2006

Stage 1: Client Appeals made to the Agency will be submitted to The Appeals
Service or have the decision revised

Number of appeals cleared                7,500                 8,000                      9,000
Average clearance time:
  days                                      60                         60                    61
  weeks                                      9                          9                     9

Stage 3: Appeal tribunal decisions will be impacted (if appropriate) on the clients
maintenance calculation by the Agency

Number of appeals cleared                3,800                    3,800                   3,800
Average clearance time:
  days                                        3                        3                         3
  weeks                                       0                        0                         0


Notes:
CSA Table 19.1: Staffing

This table shows the number of staff employed by the Agency, on a full-time equivalent basis.

                   Number of full-time
         Month        equivalent staff

   Feb 2004                    10,900
   Mar 2004                    11,000
   Apr 2004                    11,000
   May 2004                    10,900
   Jun 2004                    10,800
    Jul 2004                   10,600
   Aug 2004                    10,500
   Sep 2004                    10,300
   Oct 2004                    10,100
   Nov 2004                    10,100
   Dec 2004                    10,000
   Jan 2005                    10,000
   Feb 2005                     9,900
   Mar 2005                    10,000
   Apr 2005                    10,000
   May 2005                    10,000
   Jun 2005                    10,000
    Jul 2005                   10,000
   Aug 2005                    10,100
   Sep 2005                    10,300
   Oct 2005                    10,500
   Nov 2005                    10,700
   Dec 2005                    10,600
   Jan 2006                    10,700
   Feb 2006                    10,800
   Mar 2006                    11,000
   Apr 2006                    11,100
   May 2006                    11,200
   Jun 2006                    11,300


Notes:

1. The above figures show the number of staff employed by the Agency on a full-time
equivalent basis, using methodology prescribed by the Office for National Statistics.
This methodology is based on the principle that departments „should count the
number of employees with an employment contract who are being paid by the
organisation at the reference date‟. This therefore includes staff on paid maternity
leave and paid sickness leave, as well as staff on short-term unpaid leave where that
leave is for a period smaller than their pay period.

2. Figures are rounded to the nearest hundred.

3. The figures included in this table do not themselves have National Statistics status,
but are included in this publication in order to give a fuller picture of the Agency's
performance.
CSA Table 19.2: Staff turnover

This table gives an indicative measure of staff turnover within the Agency - the number
of staff members who leave the Agency on a rolling 12 month basis, as a percentage
of the average staff employed during the period.

             Leavers over the period as
12 months          a % of average staff
    to       employed during the period

Jan 2005                              17
Feb 2005                              17
Mar 2005                              17
Apr 2005                              17
May 2005                              17
Jun 2005                              17
 Jul 2005                             17
Aug 2005                              17
Sep 2005                              16
Oct 2005                              16
Nov 2005                              15
Dec 2005                              16
Jan 2006                              15
Feb 2006                              15
Mar 2006                              15
Apr 2006                              14
May 2006                              14

Notes:

1. The above figures shows the number of full-time equivalent staff who left the Agency in
each twelve month period, as a percentage of the average staff employed during the period.
This includes staff who left the Agency to move to a post within the DWP as well as those
who left the Agency for posts outside the department.

2. Note that while the denominator is consistent with the ONS staffing definition used in table
19.1, the numerator defines leavers as any staff member whose contract of employment has
been terminated within the time period. This includes staff who were unpaid at the time of
leaving, and is therefore not strictly consistent with the staffing definition used for the
denominator. These figures are therefore presented on a purely indicative basis.

3. Note that the figures for the most recent months are provisional, and may be subject to
retrospective revisions.

4. Figures are rounded to the nearest whole percent.

5. The figures included in this table do not themselves have National Statistics status, but are
included in this publication in order to give a fuller picture of the Agency's performance.
CSA Table 19.3: Sickness Absence

This table shows the average number of days lost due to sickness per FTE staff
member per year, on a rolling 12 month basis.

                         Number of
12 months to              days lost

    Feb 2004                   15.4
    Mar 2004                   15.6
    Apr 2004                   15.8
    May 2004                   16.0
    Jun 2004                   15.9
     Jul 2004                  16.0
    Aug 2004                   15.9
    Sep 2004                   15.8
    Oct 2004                   15.8
    Nov 2004                   15.7
    Dec 2004                   15.8
    Jan 2005                   15.9
    Feb 2005                   16.0
    Mar 2005                   15.9
    Apr 2005                   15.5
    May 2005                   15.2
    Jun 2005                   15.1
     Jul 2005                  14.7
    Aug 2005                   14.2
    Sep 2005                   13.8
    Oct 2005                   13.4
    Nov 2005                   13.0
    Dec 2005                   12.5
    Jan 2006                   11.8
    Feb 2006                   11.7
    Mar 2006                   12.0
    Apr 2006                   12.0
    May 2006                   12.0
    Jun 2006                   11.9

Notes:

1. The above figures show the average number of absent days taken due to sickness by each
full-time equivalent member of the Agency's staff per twelve months.

2. Full-time equivalent staff is defined here as all staff, paid or unpaid, that were employed by the
Agency during the rolling twelve months. This includes those on maternity and paternity leave
and short term unpaid leave. Note that this differs slightly from the methodology used to
calculated staffing numbers in table 19.1, but is consistent with the methodology used for the
DWP's Sick Absence Model.

3. Figures are rounded to the nearest 0.1 days.

4. The figures included in this table do not themselves have National Statistics status, but are
included in this publication in order to give a fuller picture of the Agency's performance.

5. Data from April 2005 onwards comes from the new DWP staff management system, SIS. Data
up to the end of March 2005 was from the DWP's old staff management system, FAMIS.
Although care has been taken to ensure that these systems are compatible, data is not strictly
comparable across both systems. Figures provided are calculated using standard DWP
methodology and is therefore consistent with other DWP businesses.
CSA Table 20: Clerical Caseload

This table shows the total number of cases from the new computer system
that were being processed clerically in each month.

                      Number of
                    new-scheme
         Month     clerical cases

   Mar 2005               10,000
   Apr 2005               11,000
   May 2005               12,000
   Jun 2005               13,000
    Jul 2005              13,000
   Aug 2005               14,000
   Sep 2005               14,000
   Oct 2005               15,000
   Nov 2005               16,000
   Dec 2005               16,000
   Jan 2006               17,000
   Feb 2006               17,000
   Mar 2006               19,000
   Apr 2006               20,000
   May 2006               21,000
   Jun 2006               21,000


Notes:

1. The above figures show the number of cases that were being progressed
clerically having initially been processed by the new computer system (CS2). This
includes new scheme cases and old scheme cases that had been migrated to the
new computer system. Old scheme cases being clerically progressed from the old
computer system (CSCS) are not included here.

2. Note that the figures for the most recent months are provisional, and may be
subject to minor retrospective revisions.

3. Figures are rounded to the nearest thousand.

4. The figures included in this table do not themselves have National Statistics
status, but are included in this publication in order to give a fuller picture of CSA
performance.
CSA Table 21: Enforcement processes undertaken

This table shows the total volume of different enforcement actions undertaken by the Agency
over 12 month periods.

                                                               Apr 2004 -              Apr 2005 -               Jul 2005 -
                                                                Mar 2005                Mar 2006                 Jun 2006

England & Wales
  Liability orders Granted                                          6,780                   9,600                  10,970
  Distress actions                                                  4,450                   8,550                  10,020
  County Court Judgement orders                                     1,180                   2,020                   1,860
  3rd Party Debt orders                                             1,290                   1,240                   1,730
  Charging orders                                                     850                   1,070                   1,090

Scotland
  Liability orders Granted                                            470                     670                      700
  Attachments                                                          90                     120                      160
  Arrestments                                                         240                     430                      510
  Bills of Inhibition                                                 240                     560                      670

England & Wales and Scotland
  Suspended committal sentences                                       220                     380                      370
  Committal Sentences                                                  10                      20                       20
  Suspended driving licence disqualification sentences                 20                      40                       40
  Driving licence disqualification sentences                            0                      10                       10


Notes:

1. A liability order is a document obtained from the court showing that they legally recognise that the debt is owing.
This is the same in both England & Wales and Scotland. This is required before the Agency can use litigation powers
(Diligence in Scotland).

2. Distress actions refers to Bailiff actions in England & Wales. This is where, once the debt has been legally
recognised, the Agency has passed the debt to a bailiff company for collection (or equivalent).

3. County Court Judgement orders apply only to England & Wales. Registers the person with a County Court
Judgement Order, which remains on their credit record for six years.

4. Third Party Debt orders in England & Wales instruct a third party to pay any funds owed to, or held on behalf of,
the NRP to the Agency instead. In practice this is typically used for banks and building societies.

5. Charging orders in England & Wales are where a County Court Order for the legally recognised debt is attached to
the equity in the NRP‟s property. They are then unable to re-mortgage or sell the property without satisfying the debt.
If they satisfy the debt by other means the charge is removed.

6. Attachments refer to actions taken by Sheriff Officers in Scotland on the Agency's instruction to attach certain
goods and remove for auction if the debt is not settled.

7. Arrestments refer to actions taken by Sheriff Officers in Scotland on the Agency's instruction to serve an
arrestment on a third party holding funds owed to, or held on behalf of, the NRP to pay to the Agency instead. In
practice this is typically used for banks and building societies.

8. Bills of Inhibition in Scotland do not attach directly to the NRP's property, but are a personal prohibition preventing
heritable property being transferred, alienated or disposed of by the NRP.

9. Note that the figures for the most recent months are provisional, and may be subject to retrospective revisions.
9. Note that the figures for the most recent months are provisional, and may be subject to retrospective revisions.

10. Figures are rounded to the nearest ten.

11. The figures included in this table do not themselves have National Statistics status, but are included in this
publication in order to give a fuller picture of the Agency's performance.
CSA Table 22a: Debt

This table shows the Agency's gross debt at the end of each financial year, and
breaks down this figure into how collectable this debt is.

                                                            Apr 99 -      Apr 00-     Apr 01 -      Apr 02-      Apr 03 -   Apr 04-   Apr 05 -
                                                             Mar 00       Mar 01       Mar 02       Mar 03        Mar 04    Mar 05     Mar 06

Overall Agency

Total gross debt outstanding at year end (£bn)                   2.1          2.3          2.5             2.7       3.0        3.3       3.5
   of which
      Possibly uncollectable (£bn)                                  *           *            *               *          *       n/a       0.2
      Probably uncollectable (£bn)                                  *           *            *               *          *       2.0       1.9
      Collectable (£bn)                                             *           *            *               *          *       1.3       1.4

  Notes:

  1. Figures are rounded to the nearest £0.1bn.

  2. "Possibly Uncollectable" debt refers to amounts outstanding which the debt analysis exercise
  revealed some uncertainty over whether it will be collected. The amounts are considered doubtful
  where, for example, payments have been infrequent or it has not been possible to establish an arrears
  agreement or impose a deduction of earning order.

  3. "Probably Uncollectable" debt refers to the amount outstanding which the debt analysis exercise
  revealed is likely to be very difficult to collect due, for example, to the lack of contact with, or the
  personal circumstance of, the non-resident parent. In many of these cases the Agency has suspended
  recovery action until such time as the individual‟s circumstances change.

  4. "Collectable" debt refers to the amount outstanding which the debt analysis exercise revealed is
  likely to be collected. This takes into account factors such as regular contact with the non-resident
  parent, where regular payments are being made or an arrears agreement has been set up.

  5. It is not currently possible to break down the headline debt figures for the financial years prior to
  2004/05 in order to show the levels of debt that are collectable and uncollectable. Work is ongoing in
  this area, and the appropriate breakdowns should be provided in the next edition of the QSS.

  6. The figures included in this table do not themselves have National Statistics status, but are included
  in this publication in order to give a fuller picture of the Agency's performance.




CSA Table 22b: Debt

This table shows the Agency's gross debt at the end of each financial year, and
breaks down this figure into how much is attributable to cases on the new
computer system (CS2) and cases on the old computer system (CSCS).

                                                            Apr 99 -      Apr 00-     Apr 01 -      Apr 02-      Apr 03 -   Apr 04-   Apr 05 -
                                                             Mar 00       Mar 01       Mar 02       Mar 03        Mar 04    Mar 05     Mar 06

Overall Agency

Total gross debt outstanding at year end (£bn)                   2.1          2.3          2.5             2.7       3.0        3.3       3.5
   of which
      New system (£bn)                                              *           *            *               *          *       0.8       1.2
      Old system (£bn)                                              *           *            *               *          *       2.5       2.3

Notes:
1. Figures are rounded to the nearest £0.1bn.

2. "New System" refers to debt associated with cases operating on the new computer system (CS2) at
the end of the financial year.

3. "Old System" refers to debt associated with cases operating on the old computer system (CSCS) at
the end of the financial year.

4. It is not currently possible to break down the headline debt figures for the financial years prior to
2004/05 in order to show the levels of debt that are associated with cases on the new and old
computer systems. Work is ongoing in this area, and the appropriate breakdowns should be provided
in the next edition of the QSS.

5. The figures included in this table do not themselves have National Statistics status, but are included
in this publication in order to give a fuller picture of the Agency's performance.
CSA Table 22c: Debt

This table shows the growth in the Agency's total gross debt figure, relative to
the previous financial year.

                                                            Apr 00-     Apr 01 -      Apr 02-      Apr 03 -   Apr 04-   Apr 05 -
                                                            Mar 01       Mar 02       Mar 03        Mar 04    Mar 05     Mar 06

Overall Agency

Debt growth relative to previous financial year (£m)            246          216         221           233       272        242

Average monthly debt growth (£m)                                 20          18          18            19        23         20

  Notes:
  1. Figures are rounded to the nearest £1m.

  2. The figures included in this table do not themselves have National Statistics status, but are included
  in this publication in order to give a fuller picture of the Agency's performance.
CSA Table 23: Age of Non-resident Parent by age of Parent/Person with Care: June 2006

This table shows the age breakdowns of the NRPs and PWCs in cases with an assessment or calculation.

                                                                                                Non-resident parent
      Parent/Person            Total      % of    Unknown        Under       20-24      25-29      30-34       35-39         40-44     45-49   50-54     55 &
      with Care                           total                     20                                                                                   over

Overall Agency

      Total               1,155,400                   4,700       4,100      47,300   103,200    176,200    267,900    268,700       165,200   72,700   45,200
      % of total                                          -           -           4         9         15         23         23            14        6        4

      Unknown                   400          -          200           -           -         -          -          -          -             -        -        -
      Under 20               11,400          1            -       2,800       6,700     1,300        300        200        100             -        -        -
      20-24                  78,700          7          200       1,000      32,400    30,700      9,300      3,400      1,200           300      100      100
      25-29                 140,800         12          400         100       6,300    53,600     52,400     19,100      6,200         1,800      500      300
      30-34                 208,700         18          600           -       1,200    12,500     79,500     79,500     25,300         7,000    2,000    1,000
      35-39                 277,800         24        1,100           -         400     3,500     25,500    117,900     93,300        25,800    6,700    3,500
      40-44                 242,400         21          900           -         200       900      6,600     36,600    108,700        63,600   16,500    8,300
      45-49                 129,200         11          600           -         100       400      1,500      8,200     26,800        53,600   26,200   11,700
      50-54                  46,400          4          300           -           -       100        700      1,800      5,100         9,800   17,000   11,600
      55 & over              19,600          2          300           -           -       100        500      1,100      2,000         3,200    3,700    8,700

      Average Age of :
      Non-resident Parent                                                       39 years
      Parent/Person with Care                                                   37 years


New Scheme

      Total                 364,300                     200       4,000      40,100    57,600     67,600     80,100      64,600       31,900   11,700    6,400
      % of total                                          -           1          11        16         19         22          18            9        3        2

      Unknown                   300          -          100           -           -         -          -          -           -            -        -        -
      Under 20               11,400          3            -       2,800       6,700     1,300        300        200           -            -        -        -
      20-24                  61,600         17            -       1,000      27,000    22,300      7,200      2,700         900          300      100      100
      25-29                  65,400         18            -         100       4,800    25,000     21,900      9,000       3,100        1,000      300      200
      30-34                  67,900         19            -           -       1,000     6,200     25,500     23,700       8,200        2,300      600      400
      35-39                  73,900         20            -           -         300     1,900      9,300     31,200      22,300        6,300    1,700      900
      40-44                  52,300         14            -           -         100       600      2,400     10,100      22,600       11,700    3,200    1,600
      45-49                  22,300          6            -           -         100       200        600      2,300       5,700        8,100    3,700    1,800
      50-54                   6,600          2            -           -           -       100        200        500       1,200        1,700    1,800    1,100
      55 & over               2,700          1            -           -           -       100        200        400         600          500      400      500

      Average Age of :
      Non-resident Parent                                                       35 years
      Parent/Person with Care                                                   33 years


Old Scheme

      Total                 791,100                   4,500              -    7,200    45,700    108,600    187,900    204,100       133,300   61,000   38,800
                                                          1             0         1         6         14         24         26            17        8        5

      Unknown                   100          -          100              -        -         -          -          -           -            -        -        -
      Under 20                    -          -            -              -        -         -          -          -           -            -        -        -
      20-24                  17,100          2          200              -    5,500     8,400      2,000        700         200            -        -        -
      25-29                  75,400         10          400              -    1,500    28,600     30,500     10,100       3,100          900      200      100
      30-34                 140,800         18          600              -      200     6,300     54,000     55,800      17,200        4,700    1,300      700
      35-39                 204,000         26        1,100              -        -     1,700     16,200     86,700      71,100       19,500    5,100    2,600
      40-44                 190,100         24          900              -        -       400      4,200     26,500      86,100       51,900   13,400    6,700
      45-49                 106,900         14          600              -        -       200        900      6,000      21,100       45,500   22,500   10,000
      50-54                  39,800          5          300              -        -       100        500      1,300       3,900        8,100   15,300   10,500
      55 & over              17,000          2          300              -        -         -        300        600       1,400        2,700    3,300    8,200

      Average Age of :
      Non-resident Parent                                                       41 years
      Parent/Person with Care                                                   39 years


Notes:

1. The table above includes those old-scheme cases with a Full Maintenance Assessment ; plus those new-scheme cases with either a
Full Maintenance Calculation, or a Default Maintenance Decision.

2. This table relates to cases. Therefore, individuals included in more than one case are included counted multiple times.

3. Volumes are rounded to the nearest hundred.

4. '-' indicates a figure less than 50 or a percentage less than 0.5.

5. Percentages are rounded to the nearest whole percent.

6. Some non-resident parents and parents with care do not have a date of birth recorded on the Agency's computer systems. These
CSA Table 24: Gender of Non-resident Parent and Parent/Person with Care: June 2006

This table shows the gender breakdowns of the NRPs and PWCs in
cases with an assessment or calculation.

                         Non-resident parent               Parent/Person with care
                                          %                                     %

Overall Agency

   Total                   1,155,400       100                  1,155,400       100

   Male                    1,087,600           94                  62,800         5
   Female                     63,100            5               1,092,200        95
   Unknown                     4,700            -                     400         -


New Scheme

   Total                     364,300       100                    364,300       100

   Male                      338,900           93                  24,900         7
   Female                     25,200            7                 339,100        93
   Unknown                       200            -                     300         -

Old Scheme

   Total                     791,100       100                    791,100       100

   Male                      748,700           95                  37,900         5
   Female                     38,000            5                 753,100        95
   Unknown                     4,500            1                     100         -


Notes:

1. The table above includes those old-scheme cases with either a Full Maintenance
Assessment or an Interim Maintenance Assessment; plus those new-scheme cases
with either a Full Maintenance Calculation, or a Default Maintenance Decision. New-
scheme cases being processed clerically are excluded from this analysis

2. This table relates to cases. Therefore, individuals included in more than one case are
included counted multiple times.

3. Volumes are rounded to the nearest hundred and percentages to nearest whole
percent.

4. '-' indicates a percentage less than 0.5.
CSA Table 25: Region of residence of Non-resident Parent by region of residence of Parent/Person with Care: June 2006


This table shows the regional breakdowns of the NRPs and PWCs in cases with an assessment or calculation.

                                                                                                    Non-resident Parent
                                                        Northern
                                                         Ireland/                                        West
                                                           Isle of   North    North Yorkshire/    East Midland                       South    South                Not in
  Parent/Person with Care             Total   % Unknown      Man      East    West Humberside Midlands       s Eastern London         East    West Wales Scotland the UK

Overall Agency

  Total                           1,155,400        30,200    1,900 71,200 156,700      108,900    79,600 106,400 87,200 107,700 132,600 97,400 70,700 104,700        200
  %                                                     3        -      6      14            9         7       9      8       9      11      8      6       9          -

  Unknown                            6,100    1     1,000        -    400      700         500       400      400     400     400      600     500    300     500          -

  Known Total
  Northern Ireland/ Isle of Man        800  -         100     200      -    100              -         -         -      -        -      100    100     -       100         -
  North East                        74,100 6        2,100       - 60,400  1,200          2,500       900       700    900      800    1,100    700   300     2,600         -
  North West                       160,200 14       4,200     200 1,300 132,800          3,100     2,100     3,400 1,400     1,800    2,400 2,000 4,100      1,500         -
  Yorkshire/Humberside             112,400 10       3,000     200 2,200   3,100         89,400     4,000     1,200 2,100     1,300    2,000 1,500    700     1,700         -
  East Midlands                     80,700 7        1,900     100    700  1,800          4,100    59,600     2,900 3,000     1,300    2,500 1,600    500       900         -
  West Midlands                    107,900 9        2,700     100    500  3,300          1,300     3,000    87,000 1,400     1,300    2,500 2,400 1,900        600         -
  Eastern                           89,100 8        2,000     200    600  1,400          1,900     3,100     1,500 63,300    7,800    4,100 1,900    600       800         -
  London                           104,600 9        2,900     200    500  1,300            900     1,000     1,200 6,600    78,000    9,300 1,700    600       600         -
  South East                       136,800 12       3,700     100    900  2,600          1,700     2,500     2,600 4,600    10,200   97,700 7,300 1,400      1,500         -
  South West                       100,200 9        2,500     100    600  2,200          1,300     1,500     2,700 1,800     2,800    7,200 74,800 1,800       900         -
  Wales                             73,700 6        1,900     100    300  4,200            600       800     1,900    700    1,000    1,900 1,700 58,100       500         -
  Scotland                         108,600 9        2,300     200 2,800   2,000          1,800       900       800 1,000     1,100    1,400 1,300    600    92,500         -
  Not in the UK                        100  -           -       -      -      -              -         -         -      -        -        -      -     -         -         -


New Scheme

  Total                            364,300         13,100     400 19,700     49,500     32,200    25,000    34,900 27,200   35,900   42,800 31,500 21,300   30,800         -
  %                                                     4       -      5         14          9         7        10      7       10       12      9      6        8     -

  Unknown                            2,900    1       500        -    100      300         200       200      200     200     300      300     300    100     200          -

  Known Total
  Northern Ireland/ Isle of Man        200     -        -       -      -          -          -         -         -      -        -        -       -     -       -          -
  North East                        20,400     6      700       - 17,600        300        500       200       100    200      200      200     100   100     200          -
  North West                        51,000    14    1,700     100    300     44,000        800       500       700    400      500      600     400   600     400          -
  Yorkshire/Humberside              32,800     9    1,000       -    400        800     27,700       900       300    300      300      400     300   100     300          -
  East Midlands                     25,400     7      800       -    200        500        800    19,900       800    700      400      600     400   200     200          -
  West Midlands                     35,700    10    1,000       -    100        700        400       800    30,100    300      400      600     700   500     200          -
  Eastern                           28,200     8    1,000       -    200        400        300       700       300 21,500    2,000    1,100     400   100     200          -
  London                            35,300    10    1,500       -    100        400        200       300       400 1,600    27,900    2,200     400   100     100          -
  South East                        45,000    12    1,800       -    200        600        400       700       600 1,200     2,800   34,400   1,500   400     300          -
 South West                         33,000     9      1,200          -      100     500         300       400         700   500     700     1,600 26,300    500      200     -
 Wales                              22,400     6        800          -      100     700         200       200         500   200     200       400    500 18,500      100     -
 Scotland                           31,800     9        900        100      300     400         300       200         200   200     300       300    200    100   28,300     -
 Not in the UK                           -     -          -          -        -       -           -         -           -     -       -         -      -      -        -     -


Old Scheme

 Total                             791,100           17,200      1,500 51,500 107,200        76,800    54,600    71,500 60,000    71,900   89,800 65,900 49,400   73,900   100
 %                                                        2          -      7      14            10         7         9      8         9       11      8      6        9     -

 Unknown                             3,200     -        500             -   200     400         300       200         200   200     200      300    300    200      300      -

 Known Total
 Northern Ireland/ Isle of Man         600    -           -        200      -          -          -         -         -      -         -      100      -     -       100     -
 North East                         53,600    7       1,400          - 42,800        900      2,000       700       500    700       600      800    500   300     2,400     -
 North West                        109,200   14       2,400        200    900     88,800      2,300     1,600     2,700 1,000      1,300    1,800 1,500 3,500      1,100     -
 Yorkshire/Humberside               79,600   10       1,900        200 1,800       2,300     61,700     3,100       900 1,800      1,000    1,600 1,200    500     1,500     -
 East Midlands                      55,300    7       1,200        100    500      1,300      3,300    39,600     2,000 2,300        900    1,800 1,200    300       700     -
 West Midlands                      72,100    9       1,700        100    400      2,700        900     2,200    56,900 1,100        900    1,900 1,700 1,400        500     -
 Eastern                            60,900    8       1,000        200    400      1,000      1,600     2,300     1,200 41,800     5,800    3,000 1,500    400       600     -
 London                             69,400    9       1,400        200    400        900        600       700       800 5,000     50,100    7,000 1,300    500       400     -
 South East                         91,800   12       1,900        100    700      2,000      1,300     1,800     2,000 3,400      7,400   63,300 5,800 1,000      1,100     -
 South West                         67,200    8       1,200        100    500      1,700        900     1,100     2,100 1,300      2,100    5,700 48,500 1,300       600     -
 Wales                              51,300    6       1,100          -    200      3,500        400       600     1,400    500       800    1,600 1,200 39,500       500     -
 Scotland                           76,800   10       1,400        200 2,500       1,600      1,500       700       600    800       800    1,000 1,100    500    64,100     -
 Not in the UK                         100    -           -          -      -          -          -         -         -      -         -        -      -     -         -     -


Notes:

1. Unknown cases are those where the NRP or PWC residential postcode is not recorded. In some of these cases,
the Agency holds a residential address without a postcode; a "contact" address; or a business address.

2. Cases have been allocated to government office regions through matching the postcode for a residential against
the Office for National Statistics postcode directory.

3. This table relates to cases. Therefore, individuals included in more than one case are included counted multiple
times.

4. Volumes are rounded to the nearest hundred.

5. '-' indicates a figure less than 50 or a percentage less than 0.5.
CSA Table 26: Parliamentary Constituencies of Parent/Person with Care: June 2006


This table shows Parliamentary Constituency of PWCs in cases with an assessment or calculation.



Parliamentary Constituency                     Overall Agency     New Scheme        Old Scheme

Total                                                1,155,400         364,300          791,100

Aldershot                                                1,800              700            1,100
Aldridge-Brownhills                                      1,500              500            1,000
Altrincham and Sale West                                 1,300              400            1,000
Amber Valley                                             1,700              500            1,200
Arundel and South Downs                                  1,000              400              700
Ashfield                                                 2,500              800            1,700
Ashford                                                  2,200              700            1,500
Ashton under Lyne                                        2,700              800            1,900
Aylesbury                                                1,500              500            1,000
Banbury                                                  1,900              600            1,300
Barking                                                  1,800              700            1,100
Barnsley Central                                         2,400              700            1,800
Barnsley East and Mexborough                             2,800              800            1,900
Barnsley West and Penistone                              1,900              600            1,300
Barrow and Furness                                       2,400              900            1,500
Basildon                                                 2,400              800            1,600
Basingstoke                                              2,300              800            1,400
Bassetlaw                                                2,100              700            1,400
Bath                                                     1,200              400              800
Batley and Spen                                          1,600              500            1,100
Battersea                                                1,100              500              600
Beaconsfield                                               800              300              400
Beckenham                                                1,100              400              700
Bedford                                                  1,900              600            1,300
Berwick-upon-Tweed                                       1,600              400            1,200
Bethnal Green and Bow                                    1,100              400              800
Beverley and Holderness                                  2,000              500            1,500
Bexhill and Battle                                       1,500              400            1,000
Bexleyheath and Crayford                                 1,400              500              900
Billericay                                               1,800              600            1,200
Birkenhead                                               2,900            1,100            1,700
Birmingham, Edgbaston                                    1,400              500            1,000
Birmingham, Erdington                                    2,500              800            1,700
Birmingham, Hall Green                                   1,700              500            1,200
Birmingham, Hodge Hill                                   2,300              800            1,500
Birmingham, Ladywood                                     2,200              800            1,400
Birmingham, Northfield                                   2,100              600            1,500
Birmingham, Perry Barr                                   1,600              500            1,100
Birmingham, Selly Oak                                    1,700              500            1,100
Birmingham, Sparkbrook and Small Heath                   2,000              600            1,400
Birmingham, Yardley                                      1,600              500            1,000
Bishop Auckland                                          2,500              600            1,900
Blaby                                                    1,300              400              900
Blackburn                                                2,600              900            1,700
Blackpool North and Fleetwood                            2,600              800            1,800
Blackpool South                     3,500   1,100   2,400
Blaydon                             1,800     500   1,300
Blyth Valley                        2,400     600   1,800
Bognor Regis and Littlehampton      1,900     600   1,300
Bolsover                            1,900     600   1,300
Bolton North East                   2,300     800   1,500
Bolton South East                   2,900   1,000   1,900
Bolton West                         1,600     600   1,000
Bootle                              2,500     800   1,700
Boston and Skegness                 1,900     600   1,300
Bosworth                            1,600     400   1,200
Bournemouth East                    1,500     500   1,000
Bournemouth West                    1,600     400   1,200
Bracknell                           1,500     600   1,000
Bradford North                      2,400     700   1,800
Bradford South                      2,600     800   1,900
Bradford West                       1,700     600   1,100
Braintree                           2,100     700   1,400
Brent East                          1,000     400     600
Brent North                           600     200     400
Brent South                         1,500     400   1,100
Brentford and Isleworth             1,200     500     700
Brentwood and Ongar                   800     300     500
Bridgwater                          2,200     800   1,400
Brigg and Goole                     1,800     500   1,300
Brighton, Kemptown                  1,800     700   1,100
Brighton, Pavilion                  1,500     500   1,000
Bristol East                        2,200     800   1,400
Bristol North West                  2,900   1,000   1,900
Bristol South                       2,700   1,000   1,800
Bristol West                          700     300     400
Bromley and Chislehurst             1,200     400     800
Bromsgrove                          1,200     400     800
Broxbourne                          1,400     400   1,100
Broxtowe                            1,400     400   1,000
Buckingham                            800     300     600
Burnley                             2,800     900   1,900
Burton                              2,200     700   1,500
Bury North                          1,900     700   1,200
Bury South                          2,100     700   1,400
Bury St. Edmunds                    1,300     500     800
Calder Valley                       2,100     600   1,500
Camberwell and Peckham              2,000     800   1,300
Cambridge                           1,000     300     600
Cannock Chase                       2,400     800   1,700
Canterbury                          1,800     600   1,200
Carlisle                            2,200     600   1,600
Carshalton and Wallington           2,100     600   1,500
Castle Point                        1,700     500   1,200
Central Suffolk and North Ipswich   1,500     500   1,000
Charnwood                           1,400     400   1,000
Chatham and Aylesford               2,500     800   1,700
Cheadle                               700     200     500
Cheltenham                          1,700     600   1,100
Chesham and Amersham                  900     300     600
Chesterfield                        2,200     600   1,500
Chichester                          1,500   500   1,000
Chingford and Woodford Green        1,100   300     800
Chipping Barnet                       900   300     600
Chorley                             2,100   700   1,400
Christchurch                        1,300   400   1,000
Cities of London and Westminster      600   200     400
City of Chester                     1,700   500   1,300
City of Durham                      1,900   500   1,400
City of York                        2,400   500   1,900
Cleethorpes                         2,000   600   1,400
Colchester                          2,700   700   1,900
Colne Valley                        1,700   500   1,200
Congleton                           1,100   300     800
Copeland                            1,900   600   1,400
Corby                               1,900   700   1,200
Cotswold                            1,100   400     700
Coventry North East                 2,500   900   1,600
Coventry North West                 2,000   700   1,400
Coventry South                      1,500   600     900
Crawley                             2,300   700   1,600
Crewe and Nantwich                  2,300   700   1,600
Crosby                                900   300     700
Croydon Central                     2,400   900   1,600
Croydon North                       2,200   800   1,400
Croydon South                       1,300   400     900
Dagenham                            1,800   700   1,100
Darlington                          2,500   800   1,700
Dartford                            1,800   600   1,200
Daventry                            1,500   500     900
Denton and Reddish                  2,300   800   1,500
Derby North                         1,800   700   1,100
Derby South                         2,400   800   1,600
Devizes                             2,100   800   1,300
Dewsbury                            1,800   600   1,200
Doncaster Central                   2,200   800   1,400
Doncaster North                     2,900   800   2,100
Don Valley                          2,000   600   1,300
Dover                               2,400   700   1,700
Dudley North                        2,100   700   1,400
Dudley South                        2,000   600   1,400
Dulwich and West Norwood            1,600   600   1,000
Ealing, Acton and Shepherd's Bush   1,500   500   1,000
Ealing North                        1,600   600   1,100
Ealing, Southall                    1,200   400     800
Easington                           3,000   800   2,200
East Devon                          1,400   400     900
East Ham                            1,500   500   1,000
East Hampshire                      1,700   500   1,100
East Surrey                         1,400   400   1,000
East Worthing and Shoreham          1,700   500   1,200
East Yorkshire                      1,900   600   1,300
Eastbourne                          2,400   600   1,800
Eastleigh                           1,900   600   1,300
Eccles                              2,700   800   1,900
Eddisbury                           1,400   500     900
Edmonton                            1,900   600   1,300
Ellesmere Port and Neston            1,900     600   1,300
Elmet                                1,400     400     900
Eltham                               1,500     400   1,000
Enfield North                        1,700     600   1,100
Enfield, Southgate                     600     200     400
Epping Forest                        1,200     400     800
Epsom and Ewell                      1,300     400     900
Erewash                              2,100     700   1,400
Erith and Thamesmead                 2,600     800   1,800
Esher and Walton                     1,000     300     600
Exeter                               2,300     700   1,600
Falmouth and Camborne                2,500     800   1,700
Fareham                              1,700     500   1,100
Faversham and Mid Kent               1,800     500   1,200
Feltham and Heston                   2,000     700   1,200
Finchley and Golders Green           1,000     300     700
Folkestone and Hythe                 2,400     700   1,700
Forest of Dean                       1,500     500     900
Fylde                                2,000     500   1,400
Gainsborough                         1,400     500   1,000
Gateshead East and Washington West   2,600     700   2,000
Gedling                              1,800     500   1,300
Gillingham                           2,600     800   1,800
Gloucester                           3,000   1,100   1,800
Gosport                              2,600     900   1,700
Grantham and Stamford                1,900     600   1,300
Gravesham                            2,200     700   1,500
Great Grimsby                        3,100   1,000   2,100
Great Yarmouth                       2,500     700   1,800
Greenwich and Woolwich               2,100     600   1,500
Guildford                            1,100     300     800
Hackney North and Stoke Newington    1,100     400     700
Hackney South and Shoreditch         1,700     600   1,100
Halesowen and Rowley Regis           1,900     600   1,300
Halifax                              2,200     700   1,500
Haltemprice and Howden                 700     300     400
Halton                               2,300     700   1,600
Hammersmith and Fulham               1,500     400   1,100
Hampstead and Highgate               1,100     300     800
Harborough                           1,200     400     900
Harlow                               2,000     700   1,200
Harrogate and Knaresborough          1,200     300     900
Harrow East                          1,100     400     700
Harrow West                            900     300     600
Hartlepool                           3,600   1,000   2,600
Harwich                              2,100     700   1,400
Hastings and Rye                     2,400     800   1,600
Havant                               2,500     800   1,700
Hayes and Harlington                 1,600     500   1,000
Hazel Grove                          1,400     400   1,000
Hemel Hempstead                      1,600     500   1,100
Hemsworth                            2,800     700   2,100
Hendon                               1,800     500   1,300
Henley                                 800     200     600
Hereford                             1,600     600   1,000
Hertford and Stortford               1,100     300     800
Hertsmere                              900     300     600
Hexham                               1,100     300     800
Heywood and Middleton                2,500     800   1,700
High Peak                            1,900     500   1,300
Hitchin and Harpenden                1,000     300     700
Holborn and St. Pancras              1,200     500     700
Hornchurch                           1,300     300   1,000
Hornsey and Wood Green               1,400     500     900
Horsham                              1,200     400     800
Houghton and Washington East         2,700     800   1,900
Hove                                 1,600     500   1,100
Huddersfield                         1,800     700   1,100
Huntingdon                           1,600     500   1,100
Hyndburn                             2,500     800   1,700
Ilford North                         1,400     400   1,000
Ilford South                         1,300     600     700
Ipswich                              2,000     700   1,300
Isle of Wight                        3,600   1,100   2,600
Islington North                      1,800     500   1,300
Islington South and Finsbury         1,400     500     900
Jarrow                               2,200     700   1,500
Keighley                             1,700     500   1,200
Kensington and Chelsea                 400     200     300
Kettering                            1,800     600   1,200
Kingston and Surbiton                1,000     300     700
Kingston upon Hull East              3,100   1,000   2,100
Kingston upon Hull North             3,200   1,000   2,200
Kingston upon Hull West and Hessle   2,600     800   1,800
Kingswood                            2,000     700   1,200
Knowsley North and Sefton East       2,800     700   2,100
Knowsley South                       2,900     800   2,100
Lancaster and Wyre                   1,500     400   1,100
Leeds Central                        2,700     900   1,700
Leeds East                           2,500     700   1,700
Leeds North East                     1,300     400     900
Leeds North West                     1,000     300     700
Leeds West                           2,200     800   1,500
Leicester East                       1,500     500   1,000
Leicester South                      1,600     500   1,100
Leicester West                       2,400     800   1,600
Leigh                                2,700     900   1,800
Leominster                           1,400     400   1,000
Lewes                                1,300     400     900
Lewisham, Deptford                   1,700     600   1,200
Lewisham East                        2,100     600   1,500
Lewisham West                        1,900     600   1,300
Leyton and Wanstead                  1,200     400     900
Lichfield                            1,500     500   1,000
Lincoln                              2,600     700   1,900
Liverpool, Garston                   2,000     600   1,500
Liverpool, Riverside                 2,200     600   1,600
Liverpool, Walton                    3,000     700   2,200
Liverpool, Wavertree                 1,900     600   1,300
Liverpool, West Derby                2,900     800   2,000
Loughborough                         1,300     500     800
Louth and Horncastle                 1,800     500   1,300
Ludlow                                   1,200     300     900
Luton North                              1,600     600   1,000
Luton South                              1,400     600     800
Macclesfield                             1,400     400   1,000
Maidenhead                                 900     300     600
Maidstone and The Weald                  1,500     500     900
Makerfield                               2,300     800   1,500
Maldon and East Chelmsford               1,500     400   1,000
Manchester, Blackley                     2,900     800   2,000
Manchester Central                       2,600     900   1,700
Manchester, Gorton                       1,600     600   1,000
Manchester, Withington                   1,400     400   1,100
Mansfield                                2,200     800   1,500
Medway                                   2,000     700   1,400
Meriden                                  2,200     700   1,500
Mid Bedfordshire                         1,000     300     700
Mid Dorset and North Poole               1,500     500   1,100
Mid Norfolk                              1,500     400   1,100
Mid Sussex                               1,300     400     900
Mid Worcestershire                       1,300     500     800
Middlesbrough                            3,200   1,100   2,100
Middlesbrough South and East Cleveland   2,900     800   2,100
Milton Keynes South West                 2,400     900   1,500
Mitcham and Morden                       1,900     600   1,300
Mole Valley                                900     200     600
Morecambe and Lunesdale                  2,200     700   1,500
Morley and Rothwell                      2,200     700   1,600
New Forest East                          1,500     500   1,000
New Forest West                          1,300     400     900
Newark                                   1,900     600   1,400
Newbury                                  1,500     500   1,100
Newcastle upon Tyne Central              1,600     500   1,100
Newcastle upon Tyne East and Wallsend    2,500     700   1,700
Newcastle upon Tyne North                2,400     600   1,800
Newcastle-under-Lyme                     1,800     600   1,200
Normanton                                1,900     500   1,400
North Cornwall                           2,600     800   1,800
North Devon                              2,200     700   1,400
North Dorset                             1,600     400   1,200
North Durham                             2,700     600   2,100
North East Bedfordshire                  1,200     400     800
North East Cambridgeshire                2,100     600   1,500
North East Derbyshire                    1,400     500     800
North East Hampshire                     1,200     400     800
North East Hertfordshire                 1,200     400     800
North East Milton Keynes                 1,800     800   1,000
North Essex                              1,300     300   1,000
North Norfolk                            1,600     400   1,200
North Shropshire                         1,800     500   1,300
North Southwark and Bermondsey           2,100     800   1,300
North Swindon                            2,300     700   1,600
North Thanet                             2,300     800   1,500
North Tyneside                           3,300     800   2,500
North Warwickshire                       1,800     600   1,200
North West Cambridgeshire                1,700     600   1,200
North West Durham                        2,200     600   1,600
North West Hampshire                 1,900     700   1,200
North West Leicestershire            1,600     500   1,100
North West Norfolk                   2,000     500   1,400
North Wiltshire                      1,800     600   1,200
Northampton North                    2,000     700   1,300
Northampton South                    1,700     600   1,100
Northavon                            1,600     500   1,100
Norwich North                        1,900     600   1,300
Norwich South                        2,100     600   1,500
Nottingham East                      2,200     600   1,500
Nottingham North                     3,600   1,100   2,500
Nottingham South                     1,800     500   1,300
Nuneaton                             2,100     700   1,400
Old Bexley and Sidcup                1,200     300     900
Oldham East and Saddleworth          2,600     900   1,700
Oldham West and Royton               2,200     700   1,500
Orpington                            1,500     500   1,000
Oxford East                          1,400     500     900
Oxford West and Abingdon             1,000     300     700
Pendle                               2,000     700   1,200
Penrith and The Border               1,200     300     900
Peterborough                         2,300     600   1,700
Plymouth, Devonport                  4,000   1,300   2,600
Plymouth, Sutton                     2,900     900   2,100
Pontefract and Castleford            2,600     700   1,900
Poole                                1,500     400   1,100
Poplar and Canning Town              2,400     700   1,700
Portsmouth North                     2,700     800   1,900
Portsmouth South                     2,600     900   1,700
Preston                              2,800   1,000   1,800
Pudsey                               1,200     400     800
Putney                               1,000     400     700
Rayleigh                             1,000     400     600
Reading East                         1,200     400     800
Reading West                         1,700     600   1,100
Redcar                               2,900     800   2,100
Redditch                             1,700     600   1,200
Regent's Park and North Kensington   2,100     700   1,400
Reigate                              1,100     300     800
Ribble Valley                        1,400     400   1,100
Richmond (Yorks)                     1,700     400   1,300
Richmond Park                          600     200     400
Rochdale                             2,700     900   1,800
Rochford and Southend East           2,700     900   1,800
Romford                              1,000     300     700
Romsey                               1,000     400     700
Rossendale and Darwen                2,600     800   1,900
Rother Valley                        2,100     600   1,400
Rotherham                            2,300     600   1,700
Rugby and Kenilworth                 1,800     600   1,200
Ruislip-Northwood                      800     300     600
Runnymede and Weybridge                900     300     500
Rushcliffe                           1,300     300     900
Rutland and Melton                   1,300     400     900
Ryedale                              1,400     300   1,100
Saffron Walden                       1,100     300     800
St. Albans                         800     300     500
St. Helens North                 2,100     700   1,400
St. Helens South                 3,000     900   2,100
St. Ives                         2,600     700   1,800
Salford                          1,600     700     900
Salisbury                        2,000     600   1,400
Scarborough and Whitby           2,300     600   1,700
Scunthorpe                       2,100     700   1,500
Sedgefield                       2,400     700   1,700
Selby                            1,500     400   1,100
Sevenoaks                        1,100     400     700
Sheffield, Attercliffe           1,800     500   1,200
Sheffield, Brightside            2,400     800   1,600
Sheffield Central                1,600     500   1,100
Sheffield, Hallam                  600     100     400
Sheffield, Heeley                2,200     600   1,700
Sheffield, Hillsborough          1,500     400   1,100
Sherwood                         2,000     600   1,400
Shipley                          1,600     400   1,200
Shrewsbury and Atcham            1,900     500   1,400
Sittingbourne and Sheppey        2,600     900   1,700
Skipton and Ripon                1,600     300   1,200
Sleaford and North Hykeham       1,500     500   1,000
Slough                           1,800     600   1,100
Solihull                           900     400     500
Somerton and Frome               1,800     600   1,200
South Cambridgeshire               900     300     600
South Derbyshire                 2,300     600   1,600
South Dorset                     2,000     700   1,300
South East Cambridgeshire        1,300     400     900
South East Cornwall              2,200     700   1,500
South Holland and The Deepings   1,800     500   1,200
South Norfolk                    1,600     400   1,200
South Ribble                     2,000     600   1,400
South Shields                    2,800     800   2,000
South Staffordshire              1,400     400   1,000
South Suffolk                      900     400     500
South Swindon                    2,100     800   1,300
South Thanet                     2,100     600   1,500
South West Bedfordshire          1,700     700   1,100
South West Devon                 1,700     500   1,200
South West Hertfordshire           700     300     400
South West Norfolk               1,900     600   1,300
South West Surrey                1,000     300     700
Southampton, Itchen              2,800   1,000   1,800
Southampton, Test                1,900     800   1,100
Southend West                    1,500     400   1,100
Southport                        1,600     600   1,100
Spelthorne                       1,300     400     900
Stafford                         1,600     500   1,000
Staffordshire Moorlands          1,600     500   1,000
Stalybridge and Hyde             2,200     800   1,400
Stevenage                        1,800     500   1,200
Stockport                        1,800     600   1,200
Stockton North                   3,400   1,000   2,400
Stockton South                   2,300     600   1,700
Stoke-on-Trent Central    1,900     700   1,200
Stoke-on-Trent North      2,200     800   1,400
Stoke-on-Trent South      2,300     900   1,400
Stone                     1,200     400     800
Stourbridge               1,600     400   1,200
Stratford-on-Avon         1,200     400     800
Streatham                 1,600     700     900
Stretford and Urmston     1,900     700   1,300
Stroud                    1,700     600   1,100
Suffolk Coastal           1,500     400   1,100
Sunderland North          2,200     800   1,400
Sunderland South          2,700     700   2,000
Surrey Heath              1,100     400     700
Sutton and Cheam            700     300     400
Sutton Coldfield          1,000     300     700
Tamworth                  2,100     700   1,300
Tatton                      800     300     500
Taunton                   2,200     700   1,500
Teignbridge               2,100     700   1,400
Telford                   2,600     800   1,900
Tewkesbury                1,500     500   1,000
The Wrekin                2,000     500   1,500
Thurrock                  2,600     800   1,800
Tiverton and Honiton      1,700     600   1,000
Tonbridge and Malling     1,400     500   1,000
Tooting                     700     400     300
Torbay                    2,600     800   1,700
Torridge and West Devon   2,100     700   1,400
Totnes                    1,800     600   1,300
Tottenham                 2,000     700   1,200
Truro and St. Austell     2,400     800   1,700
Tunbridge Wells           1,300     400     900
Twickenham                1,000     300     700
Tyne Bridge               2,600     800   1,800
Tynemouth                 1,900     500   1,400
Upminster                 1,100     300     800
Uxbridge                  1,100     400     700
Vale of York              1,300     300   1,000
Vauxhall                  2,100     800   1,300
Wakefield                 2,600     600   2,000
Wallasey                  2,500     900   1,500
Walsall North             2,800   1,000   1,800
Walsall South             2,000     700   1,300
Walthamstow               1,300     500     800
Wansbeck                  2,300     700   1,600
Wansdyke                  1,300     400     900
Wantage                   1,500     400   1,100
Warley                    1,800     600   1,200
Warrington North          2,200     700   1,500
Warrington South          1,800     500   1,300
Warwick and Leamington    1,700     500   1,100
Watford                   1,200     400     800
Waveney                   2,700     800   1,900
Wealden                   1,500     400   1,100
Weaver Vale               2,100     700   1,500
Wellingborough            2,100     800   1,300
Wells                                     1,600   500   1,100
Welwyn Hatfield                           1,400   500     900
Wentworth                                 2,100   600   1,500
West Bromwich East                        1,900   600   1,300
West Bromwich West                        2,400   900   1,500
West Chelmsford                           1,700   500   1,200
West Derbyshire                           1,100   300     800
West Dorset                               1,400   400   1,000
West Ham                                  1,300   500     900
West Lancashire                           2,200   700   1,500
West Suffolk                              1,400   400   1,000
West Worcestershire                       1,200   400     700
Westbury                                  2,100   700   1,300
Westmorland and Lonsdale                  1,000   300     700
Weston-Super-Mare                         2,300   900   1,400
Wigan                                     2,100   700   1,300
Wimbledon                                   700   200     500
Winchester                                1,500   400   1,000
Windsor                                   1,100   400     700
Wirral South                              1,200   400     800
Wirral West                               1,300   400     900
Witney                                    1,200   400     800
Woking                                    1,100   400     700
Wokingham                                   900   300     600
Wolverhampton North East                  2,300   800   1,500
Wolverhampton South East                  2,200   700   1,500
Wolverhampton South West                  1,600   500   1,000
Woodspring                                1,300   400     900
Worcester                                 1,900   700   1,200
Workington                                1,800   600   1,200
Worsley                                   2,600   800   1,700
Worthing West                             1,600   500   1,100
Wycombe                                   1,300   500     800
Wyre Forest                               2,200   700   1,500
Wythenshawe and Sale East                 2,800   900   2,000
Yeovil                                    2,000   700   1,300
Aberavon                                  2,100   600   1,500
Alyn and Deeside                          1,900   600   1,300
Blaenau Gwent                             2,000   700   1,300
Brecon and Radnorshire                    1,100   400     800
Bridgend                                  1,900   600   1,300
Caernarfon                                1,200   300     800
Caerphilly                                2,800   900   1,900
Cardiff Central                           1,300   400     900
Cardiff North                             1,400   400   1,000
Cardiff South and Penarth                 2,700   800   1,900
Cardiff West                              2,200   700   1,500
Carmarthen East and Dinefwr               1,300   400     900
Carmarthen West and South Pembrokeshire   1,700   500   1,200
Ceredigion                                1,100   300     800
Clwyd South                               1,700   500   1,200
Clwyd West                                1,400   400   1,000
Conwy                                     1,500   400   1,100
Cynon Valley                              2,300   600   1,700
Delyn                                     1,400   400   1,000
Gower                                     1,500   500   1,000
Islwyn                                        2,100   600   1,500
Llanelli                                      2,100   700   1,400
Meirionnydd Nant Conwy                          700   200     500
Merthyr Tydfil and Rhymney                    2,400   700   1,700
Monmouth                                      1,500   400   1,100
Montgomeryshire                               1,100   300     800
Neath                                         2,000   600   1,400
Newport East                                  2,100   600   1,500
Newport West                                  2,000   600   1,400
Ogmore                                        2,200   700   1,600
Pontypridd                                    2,500   700   1,800
Preseli Pembrokeshire                         1,700   500   1,200
Rhondda                                       2,300   700   1,600
Swansea East                                  2,600   800   1,800
Swansea West                                  1,300   400     900
Torfaen                                       2,200   800   1,400
Vale of Clwyd                                 2,200   600   1,600
Vale of Glamorgan                             2,200   800   1,400
Wrexham                                       1,800   500   1,200
Ynys Mon                                      1,800   500   1,300
Aberdeen North                                2,000   600   1,400
Aberdeen South                                1,000   300     700
Airdrie and Shotts                            2,300   700   1,700
Angus                                         2,300   600   1,700
Argyll and Bute                               1,600   400   1,200
Ayr, Carrick and Cumnock                      2,200   700   1,500
Banff and Buchan                              1,900   500   1,400
Berwickshire, Roxburgh and Selkirk            2,100   500   1,600
Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross         1,200   400     900
Central Ayrshire                              2,000   600   1,400
Coatbridge, Chryston and Bellshill            2,200   700   1,500
Cumbernauld, Kilsyth and Kirkintilloch East   1,800   500   1,300
Dumfries and Galloway                         2,200   600   1,600
Dumfriesshire, Clydesdale and Tweeddale       1,600   400   1,200
Dundee East                                   2,200   700   1,600
Dundee West                                   2,700   800   2,000
Dunfermline and West Fife                     2,300   600   1,700
East Dunbartonshire                             800   200     600
East Kilbride, Strathaven and Lesmahagow      1,800   500   1,300
East Lothian                                  1,500   400   1,100
East Renfrewshire                             1,000   300     700
Edinburgh East                                1,400   500     900
Edinburgh North and Leith                     1,300   400     900
Edinburgh South                               1,100   300     800
Edinburgh South West                          1,600   500   1,100
Edinburgh West                                1,300   400   1,000
Falkirk                                       2,500   600   1,900
Glasgow Central                               1,300   500     800
Glasgow East                                  2,500   800   1,700
Glasgow North                                 1,200   400     800
Glasgow North East                            2,600   800   1,800
Glasgow North West                            2,200   700   1,500
Glasgow South                                 1,800   600   1,200
Glasgow South West                            2,800   800   2,000
Glenrothes                                    3,000   900   2,100
Gordon                                        1,000   300     700
Inverclyde                                                   1,900               700             1,200
Inverness, Nairn, Badenoch and Strathspey                    1,800               500             1,300
Kilmarnock and Loudoun                                       2,100               800             1,400
Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath                                    2,800               800             2,000
Lanark and Hamilton East                                     1,500               500             1,000
Linlithgow and East Falkirk                                  2,700               700             1,900
Livingston                                                   3,000               800             2,200
Midlothian                                                   1,600               500             1,100
Moray                                                        1,800               500             1,300
Motherwell and Wishaw                                        2,400               800             1,600
Na h-Eileanan an Iar                                           400               100               300
North Ayrshire and Arran                                     2,300               800             1,600
North East Fife                                              1,100               400               700
Ochil and South Perthshire                                   2,200               600             1,700
Orkney and Shetland                                            800               200               600
Paisley and Renfrewshire North                               1,500               500             1,000
Paisley and Renfrewshire South                               1,700               500             1,200
Perth and North Perthshire                                   2,200               600             1,600
Ross, Skye and Lochaber                                      1,100               300               800
Rutherglen and Hamilton West                                 2,200               700             1,500
Stirling                                                     1,500               400             1,100
West Aberdeenshire and Kincardine                            1,100               300               800
West Dunbartonshire                                          2,200               800             1,400

Unknown                                                      6,000             2,900              3000
Northern Ireland/ Isle of Man                                1,000               200               800
Not in the UK                                                  100                 -               100


Notes:

1. Unknown cases are those where the NRP or PWC residential postcode is not recorded. In
some of these cases, the Agency holds a residential address without a postcode; a "contact"
address; or a business address.

2. Cases have been allocated to parliamentary constituency through matching the postcode for a
residential against the Office for National Statistics postcode directory.

3. This table relates to cases. Therefore, individuals included in more than one case are included
counted multiple times.

4. Volumes are rounded to the nearest hundred.

5. '-' indicates a figure less than 50.

6. A component of the old scheme numbers is taken from a 5% sample of cases on the old
computer system. The old scheme figures and the overall totals are therefore subject to a degree
of sampling variation. This sampling variation is greater in proportional terms when the number
estimated is small. As such, this table is affected more than many other tables in this publication.
CSA Table 27: Local Authority of Parent/Person with Care: June 2006


This table shows Local Authority of PWCs in cases with an assessment or calculation.


                                                                    Overall Agency     New Scheme   Old Scheme

ALL CASES                                                                 1,155,400       364,300      791,100
GREAT BRITAIN                                                             1,148,300       361,100      787,200

NORTH EAST GOR                                                               74,100        20,400       53,600

   England Unitary Authorities
      Darlington                                                              2,600           800        1,800
      Hartlepool                                                              3,600         1,000        2,600
      Middlesbrough                                                           4,800         1,500        3,300
      Redcar and Cleveland                                                    4,200         1,200        3,000
      Stockton-on-Tees                                                        5,700         1,600        4,100

   Durham                                                                    14,500         3,700       10,800
      Chester-le-Street                                                       1,500           300        1,200
      Derwentside                                                             2,400           600        1,800
      Durham                                                                  1,900           500        1,400
      Easington                                                               3,300           900        2,400
      Sedgefield                                                              3,000           800        2,200
      Teesdale                                                                  500           100          400
      Wear Valley                                                             1,900           500        1,400

   Northumberland                                                             7,400         2,000        5,500
      Alnwick                                                                   700           200          600
      Berwick-upon-Tweed                                                        600           100          500
      Blyth Valley                                                            2,400           600        1,800
      Castle Morpeth                                                            700           200          500
      Tynedale                                                                1,000           200          700
      Wansbeck                                                                2,000           600        1,400

   Tyne and Wear (Met County)                                                31,300         8,700       22,500
      Gateshead                                                               5,700         1,600        4,100
      Newcastle upon Tyne                                                     6,600         1,900        4,700
      North Tyneside                                                          5,800         1,400        4,400
      South Tyneside                                                          4,800         1,300        3,400
      Sunderland                                                              8,400         2,500        5,900

NORTH WEST GOR                                                              160,200        51,000      109,200

   England Unitary Authorities
      Blackburn with Darwen                                                   3,700         1,300        2,400
      Blackpool                                                               4,700         1,400        3,200
      Halton                                                                  3,400         1,100        2,300
      Warrington                                                              4,000         1,200        2,800

   Cheshire                                                                  11,600         3,600        8,000
      Chester                                                                 2,000           600        1,500
      Congleton                                                               1,100           300          800
      Crewe and Nantwich                                                      2,400           700        1,700
      Ellesmere Port and Neston                                               1,800           600        1,200
      Macclesfield                                                            1,900           600        1,300
      Vale Royal                                                              2,300           800        1,500

   Cumbria                                                                   10,500         3,300        7,200
     Allerdale                                                                1,900           700        1,300
     Barrow-in-Furness                                                        2,200           800        1,400
     Carlisle                                                                 2,500           700        1,800
     Copeland                                                                 1,900           600        1,400
     Eden                               800     200      600
     South Lakeland                   1,200     400      800

  Greater Manchester (Met County)    60,300   19,900   40,400
     Bolton                           6,800    2,400    4,400
     Bury                             4,000    1,400    2,600
     Manchester                      10,900    3,400    7,500
     Oldham                           5,500    1,800    3,700
     Rochdale                         5,500    1,800    3,700
     Salford                          5,700    2,000    3,700
     Stockport                        4,700    1,500    3,200
     Tameside                         5,400    1,900    3,500
     Trafford                         3,700    1,100    2,500
     Wigan                            8,200    2,700    5,500

  Lancashire                         26,400    8,400   18,000
     Burnley                          2,800      900    1,900
     Chorley                          2,100      700    1,400
     Fylde                            1,500      400    1,100
     Hyndburn                         2,200      800    1,400
     Lancaster                        2,900      900    2,000
     Pendle                           1,900      700    1,200
     Preston                          3,200    1,100    2,000
     Ribble Valley                      900      200      700
     Rossendale                       1,900      500    1,400
     South Ribble                     2,300      700    1,600
     West Lancashire                  2,400      700    1,700
     Wyre                             2,300      700    1,600

  Merseyside (met County)            35,600   10,800   24,800
     Knowsley                         5,100    1,300    3,800
     Liverpool                       12,000    3,300    8,600
     St Helens                        5,100    1,600    3,500
     Sefton                           5,700    1,800    3,900
     Wirral                           7,800    2,900    4,900

YORKSHIRE AND THE HUMBER GOR        112,400   32,800   79,600

  England Unitary Authorities
     East Riding of Yorkshire         5,800    1,600    4,100
     Kingston upon Hull, City of      8,600    2,800    5,800
     North East Lincolnshire          4,600    1,400    3,200
     North Lincolnshire               3,600    1,100    2,500
     York                             3,400      700    2,600

  North Yorkshire                    10,100    2,500    7,700
     Craven                             800      200      600
     Hambleton                        1,500      300    1,200
     Harrogate                        2,200      500    1,700
     Richmondshire                    1,000      200      800
     Ryedale                            900      200      700
     Scarborough                      2,500      700    1,900
     Selby                            1,300      400      900

  South Yorkshire (Met County)       30,700    9,000   21,600
     Barnsley                         6,400    1,800    4,600
     Doncaster                        7,700    2,400    5,300
     Rotherham                        6,400    1,900    4,600
     Sheffield                       10,100    2,900    7,200

  West Yorkshire (Met County)        45,700   13,700   32,100
    Bradford                         10,100    3,000    7,100
    Calderdale                        4,300    1,300    3,000
    Kirklees                          7,400    2,400    5,000
    Leeds                            14,500    4,600    9,900
     Wakefield                      9,500    2,500    7,100

EAST MIDLANDS GOR                  80,700   25,400   55,300

  England Unitary Authorities
     Derby                          4,900    1,700    3,200
     Leicester                      5,500    1,800    3,700
     Nottingham                     7,600    2,200    5,300
     Rutland                          500      100      300

  Derbyshire                       13,700    4,300    9,500
     Amber Valley                   2,100      600    1,500
     Bolsover                       1,600      500    1,100
     Chesterfield                   2,300      700    1,600
     Derbyshire Dales                 700      200      500
     Erewash                        2,100      700    1,400
     High Peak                      1,800      500    1,300
     North East Derbyshire          1,500      500    1,000
     South Derbyshire               1,500      400    1,100

  Leicestershire                    9,200    2,800    6,400
      Blaby                         1,300      400      900
      Charnwood                     2,200      800    1,400
      Harborough                      800      300      500
      Hinckley and Bosworth         1,800      500    1,300
      Melton                          700      200      500
      North West Leicestershire     1,600      500    1,100
      Oadby and Wigston               800      200      600

  Lincolnshire                     12,900    3,900    9,000
     Boston                         1,200      300      800
     East Lindsey                   2,600      800    1,800
     Lincoln                        2,500      700    1,800
     North Kesteven                 1,500      500    1,000
     South Holland                  1,500      400    1,100
     South Kesteven                 2,200      700    1,500
     West Lindsey                   1,400      400    1,000

  Northamptonshire                 11,000    3,900    7,100
     Corby                          1,300      500      800
     Daventry                       1,000      400      600
     East Northamptonshire          1,300      500      800
     Kettering                      1,700      600    1,100
     Northampton                    3,500    1,200    2,300
     South Northamptonshire           800      300      500
     Wellingborough                 1,500      500      900

  Nottinghamshire                  15,400    4,700   10,700
     Ashfield                       3,000      900    2,000
     Bassetlaw                      2,500      800    1,700
     Broxtowe                       1,700      500    1,200
     Gedling                        2,100      600    1,500
     Mansfield                      2,600      900    1,700
     Newark and Sherwood            2,300      700    1,600
     Rushcliffe                     1,300      300      900

WEST MIDLANDS GOR                 107,900   35,700   72,100

  England Unitary Authorities
     County of Herefordshire        2,900      900    1,900
     Stoke-on-Trent                 6,400    2,400    3,900
     Telford and Wrekin             4,400    1,300    3,200

  Shropshire                        5,100    1,300    3,800
     Bridgnorth                       900      200      700
     North Shropshire            1,000     300       700
     Oswestry                      700     200       500
     Shrewsbury and Atcham       1,900     500     1,400
     South Shropshire              500     200       400

  Staffordshire                 15,900    5,200   10,700
      Cannock Chase              2,300      700    1,600
      East Staffordshire         2,300      700    1,600
      Lichfield                  1,700      500    1,100
      Newcastle-under-Lyme       2,500      800    1,700
      South Staffordshire        1,700      500    1,200
      Stafford                   2,200      700    1,500
      Staffordshire Moorlands    1,400      500      800
      Tamworth                   1,900      700    1,200

  Warwickshire                   8,500    2,800    5,700
     North Warwickshire          1,000      400      600
     Nuneaton and Bedworth       2,800      900    1,900
     Rugby                       1,700      600    1,100
     Stratford-on-Avon           1,200      400      800
     Warwick                     1,800      600    1,300

  West Midlands (Met County)    55,200   18,500   36,700
    Birmingham                  20,000    6,500   13,500
    Coventry                     6,000    2,200    3,900
    Dudley                       6,300    2,000    4,300
    Sandwell                     7,400    2,400    4,900
    Solihull                     3,100    1,100    2,000
    Walsall                      6,300    2,200    4,100
    Wolverhampton                6,100    2,100    4,000

  Worcestershire                 9,600    3,200    6,300
    Bromsgrove                   1,200      400      800
    Malvern Hills                1,100      400      700
    Redditch                     1,700      500    1,200
    Worcester                    1,900      700    1,200
    Wychavon                     1,400      500      900
    Wyre Forest                  2,200      700    1,500

EAST GOR                        89,100   28,200   60,900

  England Unitary Authorities
     Luton                       3,000    1,200    1,800
     Peterborough                3,400    1,000    2,400
     Southend-on-Sea             3,800    1,200    2,600
     Thurrock                    3,200    1,000    2,200

  Bedfordshire                   5,900    2,100    3,800
     Mid Bedfordshire            1,400      500      900
     Bedford                     2,600      900    1,700
     South Bedfordshire          1,900      700    1,200

  Cambridgeshire                 7,400    2,200    5,200
     Cambridge                   1,000      400      700
     East Cambridgeshire         1,000      300      700
     Fenland                     1,700      500    1,300
     Huntingdonshire             2,300      700    1,500
     South Cambridgeshire        1,300      400      900

  Essex                         23,100    7,300   15,800
     Basildon                    3,600    1,300    2,400
     Braintree                   2,500      800    1,700
     Brentwood                     700      300      400
     Castle Point                1,700      500    1,200
     Chelmsford                  2,400      800    1,600
     Colchester                          3,300     900     2,400
     Epping Forest                       1,400     500       900
     Harlow                              1,900     700     1,200
     Maldon                              1,000     300       700
     Rochford                            1,100     400       700
     Tendring                            2,800     800     2,000
     Uttlesford                            700     200       500

  Hertfordshire                         13,100    4,200    9,000
     Broxbourne                          1,400      400    1,000
     Dacorum                             1,800      600    1,200
     East Hertfordshire                  1,300      400      900
     Hertsmere                             900      300      600
     North Hertfordshire                 1,600      500    1,100
     St Albans                           1,300      300      900
     Stevenage                           1,700      500    1,100
     Three Rivers                          700      300      400
     Watford                             1,000      300      700
     Welwyn Hatfield                     1,400      500      900

  Norfolk                               15,000    4,200   10,800
     Breckland                           1,900      600    1,300
     Broadland                           1,700      500    1,200
     Great Yarmouth                      2,500      700    1,800
     King‟s Lynn and West Norfolk        2,600      700    1,800
     North Norfolk                       1,600      400    1,200
     Norwich                             3,100      900    2,200
     South Norfolk                       1,700      400    1,300

  Suffolk                               11,200    3,700    7,500
     Babergh                               900      400      500
     Forest Heath                          500      200      300
     Ipswich                             2,500      900    1,600
     Mid Suffolk                         1,200      400      800
     St Edmundsbury                      1,500      500    1,000
     Suffolk Coastal                     1,700      500    1,200
     Waveney                             2,900      800    2,100

LONDON GOR                             104,600   35,300   69,400

  Inner London - West                   10,500    3,700    6,800
     Camden                              2,300      800    1,500
     City of London                          -        -        -
     Hammersmith and Fulham              2,400      700    1,700
     Kensington and Chelsea              1,300      400      900
     Wandsworth                          2,800    1,200    1,600
     Westminster                         1,700      600    1,100

  Inner London - East                   31,000   10,500   20,400
     Hackney                             2,800    1,000    1,900
     Haringey                            3,300    1,200    2,100
     Islington                           3,200    1,000    2,200
     Lambeth                             4,600    1,800    2,700
     Lewisham                            5,700    1,700    4,000
     Newham                              3,700    1,200    2,400
     Southwark                           4,900    1,800    3,100
     Tower Hamlets                       2,700      800    1,900

  Outer London - East and North East    26,500    8,700   17,800
     Barking and Dagenham                3,600    1,400    2,200
     Bexley                              3,800    1,200    2,600
     Enfield                             4,200    1,500    2,700
     Greenwich                           5,000    1,500    3,600
     Havering                            3,400    1,000    2,500
     Redbridge                           2,900    1,100    1,800
     Waltham Forest                      3,500    1,100    2,400

  Outer London - South                  16,300    5,500   10,800
     Bromley                             3,800    1,300    2,500
     Croydon                             6,000    2,100    3,800
     Kingston upon Thames                1,200      400      800
     Merton                              2,600      800    1,800
     Sutton                              2,800      900    1,900

  Outer London - West and North West    20,400    6,900   13,500
     Barnet                              3,700    1,100    2,600
     Brent                               3,100    1,000    2,100
     Ealing                              3,500    1,200    2,300
     Harrow                              2,000      700    1,300
     Hillingdon                          3,500    1,200    2,300
     Hounslow                            3,100    1,200    1,900
     Richmond upon Thames                1,500      500    1,000

SOUTH EAST GOR                         136,800   45,000   91,800

  England Unitary Authorities
     Bracknell Forest                    1,500      600      900
     Brighton and Hove                   4,600    1,600    3,000
     Isle of Wight                       3,600    1,100    2,600
     Medway                              6,400    2,100    4,300
     Milton Keynes                       4,200    1,700    2,500
     Portsmouth                          5,300    1,600    3,600
     Reading                             2,400      800    1,500
     Slough                              2,000      700    1,300
     Southampton                         4,900    1,900    3,100
     West Berkshire                      2,000      600    1,400
     Windsor and Maidenhead              1,500      500    1,000
     Wokingham                           1,200      400      800

  Buckinghamshire                        5,300    1,800    3,400
     Aylesbury Vale                      1,900      700    1,200
     Chiltern                            1,000      300      700
     South Bucks                           500      200      300
     Wycombe                             1,900      700    1,200

  East Sussex                            9,400    2,800    6,500
     Eastbourne                          2,300      600    1,700
     Hastings                            2,200      700    1,400
     Lewes                               1,500      500      900
     Rother                              1,500      500    1,000
     Wealden                             2,000      500    1,400

  Hampshire                             22,600    7,700   14,900
     Basingstoke and Deane               3,000    1,000    1,900
     East Hampshire                      1,700      500    1,200
     Eastleigh                           2,100      700    1,400
     Fareham                             1,900      600    1,400
     Gosport                             2,300      800    1,500
     Hart                                1,000      300      700
     Havant                              3,100    1,000    2,000
     New Forest                          2,800      900    1,900
     Rushmoor                            1,500      600      900
     Test Valley                         1,800      700    1,100
     Winchester                          1,500      400    1,000

  Kent                                  27,700    8,900   18,800
     Ashford                             2,200      700    1,500
     Canterbury                          2,500      800    1,700
     Dartford                            1,600      600    1,100
     Dover                               2,600      800    1,800
     Gravesham                        2,200      700    1,500
     Maidstone                        2,400      800    1,700
     Sevenoaks                        1,500      500    1,000
     Shepway                          2,400      700    1,700
     Swale                            3,200    1,100    2,100
     Thanet                           3,500    1,100    2,400
     Tonbridge and Malling            2,000      600    1,400
     Tunbridge Wells                  1,500      500    1,000

  Oxfordshire                         7,800    2,400    5,400
     Cherwell                         2,100      600    1,400
     Oxford                           1,600      600    1,000
     South Oxfordshire                1,400      400    1,000
     Vale of White Horse              1,500      400    1,100
     West Oxfordshire                 1,200      400      800

  Surrey                             11,900    3,800    8,100
     Elmbridge                        1,100      400      700
     Epsom and Ewell                    800      300      600
     Guildford                        1,400      500      900
     Mole Valley                        800      200      600
     Reigate and Banstead             1,900      500    1,400
     Runnymede                          700      300      400
     Spelthorne                       1,300      400      900
     Surrey Heath                       800      300      500
     Tandridge                          900      300      600
     Waverley                         1,100      300      800
     Woking                           1,000      300      700

  West Sussex                        12,600    4,000    8,600
    Adur                              1,100      300      800
    Arun                              2,600      800    1,700
    Chichester                        1,500      500    1,000
    Crawley                           2,300      700    1,600
    Horsham                           1,500      500    1,000
    Mid Sussex                        1,600      500    1,200
    Worthing                          2,000      600    1,400

SOUTH WEST GOR                      100,200   33,000   67,200

  England Unitary Authorities
     Bath and North East Somerset     2,300      800    1,500
     Bournemouth                      3,100      900    2,100
     Bristol, City of                 8,100    2,900    5,200
     North Somerset                   3,700    1,300    2,400
     Plymouth                         7,800    2,500    5,400
     Poole                            2,600      800    1,900
     South Gloucestershire            4,200    1,400    2,800
     Swindon                          4,300    1,400    2,800
     Torbay                           3,500    1,100    2,400

  Cornwall and Isles of Scilly       12,300    3,800    8,500
     Caradon                          1,900      500    1,400
     Carrick                          1,900      600    1,300
     Kerrier                          2,600      800    1,800
     North Cornwall                   1,700      600    1,100
     Penwith                          1,700      500    1,200
     Restormel                        2,500      700    1,800
     Isles of Scilly                      -        -        -

  Devon                              13,300    4,300    9,000
     East Devon                       1,900      600    1,300
     Exeter                           2,300      700    1,600
     Mid Devon                        1,200      500      700
     North Devon                      2,100      700    1,400

								
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