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					Council name                                    Council type                   Region
Barking & Dagenham London Borough Council London Borough Council               Greater London
Barnet London Borough Council                   London Borough Council         Greater London
Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council           Metropolitan Borough Council   Yorkshire and Humber
Bath and North East Somerset Council            Unitary Authority              South West England
Bedford Borough Council                         Unitary Authority              East of England
Bexley London Borough Council                   London Borough Council         Greater London
Birmingham City Council                         Metropolitan Borough Council   West Midlands
Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council           Unitary Authority              North West England
Blackpool Borough Council                       Unitary Authority              North West England
Bolton Metropolitan Borough Council             Metropolitan Borough Council   North West England
Borough of Poole Council                        Unitary Authority              South West England
Bournemouth Borough Council                     Unitary Authority              South West England
Bracknell Forest Borough Council                Unitary Authority              South East England
Brent London Borough Council                    London Borough Council         Greater London
Brighton & Hove City Council                    Unitary Authority              South East England
Bristol City Council                            Unitary Authority              South West England
Bromley London Borough Council                  London Borough Council         Greater London
Buckinghamshire County Council                  County Council                 South East England
Bury Metropolitan Borough Council               Metropolitan Borough Council   North West England
Calderdale Metropolitan Borough Council         Metropolitan Borough Council   Yorkshire and Humber
Cambridgeshire County Council                   County Council                 East of England
Camden London Borough Council                   London Borough Council         Greater London
Central Bedfordshire Council                    Unitary Authority              East of England
Cheshire East Council                           Unitary Authority              North West England
Cheshire West & Chester Council                 Unitary Authority              North West England
City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council  Metropolitan Borough Council   Yorkshire and Humber
City of London Corporation                                                     Greater London
City of Wakefield Metropolitan District Council Metropolitan Borough Council   Yorkshire and Humber
Cornwall Council                                Unitary Authority              South West England
Coventry City Council                           Metropolitan Borough Council   West Midlands
Croydon London Borough Council                  London Borough Council         Greater London
Cumbria County Council                          County Council                 North West England
Darlington Borough Council                      Unitary Authority              North East England
Derby City Council                              Unitary Authority              East Midlands
Derbyshire County Council                       County Council                 East Midlands
Devon County Council                            County Council                 South West England
Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council          Metropolitan Borough Council   Yorkshire and Humber
Dorset County Council                           County Council                 South West England
Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council             Metropolitan Borough Council   West Midlands
Durham County Council                           Unitary Authority              North East England
Ealing London Borough Council                   London Borough Council         Greater London
East Riding of Yorkshire Council                Unitary Authority              Yorkshire and Humber
East Sussex County Council                      County Council                 South East England
Enfield London Borough Council                  London Borough Council         Greater London
Essex County Council                            County Council                 East of England
Gateshead Metropolitan Borough Council          Metropolitan Borough Council   North East England
Gloucestershire County Council                  County Council                 South West England
Greenwich London Borough Council                London Borough Council         Greater London
Hackney London Borough Council                  London Borough Council         Greater London
Halton Borough Council                          Unitary Authority              North West England
Hammersmith & Fulham London Borough CouncilLondon Borough Council              Greater London
Hampshire County Council                        County Council                 South East England
Haringey London Borough Council                 London Borough Council         Greater London
Harrow London Borough Council                   London Borough Council         Greater London
Hartlepool Borough Council                    Unitary Authority              North East England
Havering London Borough Council               London Borough Council         Greater London
Herefordshire County Council                  Unitary Authority              West Midlands
Hertfordshire County Council                  County Council                 East of England
Hillingdon London Borough Council             London Borough Council         Greater London
Hounslow London Borough Council               London Borough Council         Greater London
Isle of Wight Council                         Unitary Authority              South East England
Islington London Borough Council              London Borough Council         Greater London
Kensington & Chelsea Royal Borough Council    London Borough Council         Greater London
Kent County Council                           County Council                 South East England
Kingston upon Hull City Council               Unitary Authority              Yorkshire and Humber
Kirklees Council                              Metropolitan Borough Council   Yorkshire and Humber
Knowsley Metropolitan Borough Council         Metropolitan Borough Council   North West England
Lambeth London Borough Council                London Borough Council         Greater London
Lancashire County Council                     County Council                 North West England
Leeds City Council                            Metropolitan Borough Council   Yorkshire and Humber
Leicester City Council                        Unitary Authority              East Midlands
Leicestershire County Council                 County Council                 East Midlands
Lewisham London Borough Council               London Borough Council         Greater London
Lincolnshire County Council                   County Council                 East Midlands
Liverpool City Council                        Metropolitan Borough Council   North West England
Luton Borough Council                         Unitary Authority              East of England
Manchester City Council                       Metropolitan Borough Council   North West England
Medway Council                                Unitary Authority              South East England
Merton London Borough Council                 London Borough Council         Greater London
Middlesbrough Council                         Unitary Authority              North East England
Milton Keynes Council                         Unitary Authority              South East England
Newcastle upon Tyne City Council              Metropolitan Borough Council   North East England
Newham London Borough Council                 London Borough Council         Greater London
Norfolk County Council                        County Council                 East of England
North East Lincolnshire Council               Unitary Authority              Yorkshire and Humber
North Lincolnshire Council                    Unitary Authority              Yorkshire and Humber
North Somerset District Council               Unitary Authority              South West England
North Tyneside Metropolitan Borough Council   Metropolitan Borough Council   North East England
North Yorkshire County Council                County Council                 Yorkshire and Humber
Northamptonshire County Council               County Council                 East Midlands
Northumberland County Council                 Unitary Authority              North East England
Nottingham City Council                       Unitary Authority              East Midlands
Nottinghamshire County Council                County Council                 East Midlands
Oldham Metropolitan Borough Council           Metropolitan Borough Council   North West England
Oxfordshire County Council                    County Council                 South East England
Peterborough City Council                     Unitary Authority              East of England
Plymouth City Council                         Unitary Authority              South West England
Portsmouth City Council                       Unitary Authority              South East England
Reading Borough Council                       Unitary Authority              South East England
Redbridge London Borough Council              London Borough Council         Greater London
Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council            Unitary Authority              North East England
Richmond upon Thames London Borough CouncilLondon Borough Council            Greater London
Rochdale Metropolitan Borough Council         Metropolitan Borough Council   North West England
Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council        Metropolitan Borough Council   Yorkshire and Humber
Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames Council London Borough Council         Greater London
Rutland County Council                        Unitary Authority              East Midlands
Salford City Council                          Metropolitan Borough Council   North West England
Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council         Metropolitan Borough Council   West Midlands
Sefton Council                                Metropolitan Borough Council   North West England
Sheffield City Council                        Metropolitan Borough Council   Yorkshire and Humber
Shropshire Council                            Unitary Authority              West Midlands
Slough Borough Council                        Unitary Authority              South East England
Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council         Metropolitan Borough Council   West Midlands
Somerset County Council                       County Council                 South West England
South Gloucestershire Council                 Unitary Authority              South West England
South Tyneside Metropolitan Borough Council   Metropolitan Borough Council   North East England
Southampton City Council                      Unitary Authority              South East England
Southend-on-Sea Borough Council               Unitary Authority              East of England
Southwark London Borough Council              London Borough Council         Greater London
St Helens Metropolitan Borough Council        Metropolitan Borough Council   North West England
Staffordshire County Council                  County Council                 West Midlands
Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council        Metropolitan Borough Council   North West England
Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council              Unitary Authority              North East England
Stoke on Trent City Council                   Unitary Authority              West Midlands
Suffolk County Council                        County Council                 East of England
Sunderland City Council                       Metropolitan Borough Council   North East England
Surrey County Council                         County Council                 South East England
Sutton London Borough Council                 London Borough Council         Greater London
Swindon Borough Council                       Unitary Authority              South West England
Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council         Metropolitan Borough Council   North West England
Telford & Wrekin Borough Council              Unitary Authority              West Midlands
Thurrock Council                              Unitary Authority              East of England
Torbay Council                                Unitary Authority              South West England
Tower Hamlets London Borough Council          London Borough Council         Greater London
Trafford Metropolitan Borough                 Metropolitan Borough Council   North West England
Walsall Metropolitan Borough Council          Metropolitan Borough Council   West Midlands
Waltham Forest London Borough                 London Borough Council         Greater London
Wandsworth Borough Council                    London Borough Council         Greater London
Warrington Borough Council                    Unitary Authority              North West England
Warwickshire County Council                   County Council                 West Midlands
West Berkshire Council                        Unitary Authority              South East England
West Sussex County Council                    County Council                 South East England
Westminster City Council                      London Borough Council         Greater London
Wigan Metropolitan Borough Council            Metropolitan Borough Council   North West England
Wiltshire Council                             Unitary Authority              South West England
Windsor & Maidenhead Royal Borough Council    Unitary Authority              South East England
Wirral Metropolitan Borough Council           Metropolitan Borough Council   North West England
Wokingham Borough Council                     Unitary Authority              South East England
Wolverhampton City Council                    Metropolitan Borough Council   West Midlands
Worcestershire County Council                 County Council                 West Midlands
York City Council                             Unitary Authority              Yorkshire and Humber
                                         Question 1: What is your anticipated overall budget increase/decrease for 2010/11 and
Received                     Notes       07-08 revenue budget change (%)change (%)change (%)change (%)
                                                     08-09 revenue budget 10-11 revenue budget budget change (%)
           Received late (see separate sheet for responses)     09-10 revenue budget 07-08 capital
X                                                          are
                             NOTE for Q2 - Changes here 7.19up and down due to 2.4
                                               6.45                    3.6         transfer of services/responsibilities – net is 2.
                                                                                            13.87
X                                               2010/11 spending areas have not yet0been finalised. NOTE for Q4 - Given the lik
                             NOTE for Q2 - the3.69         3.95       3.31                   31.9
X                            NOTE for Q1 - answers were provided in £m rather than percentages: Revenue budget: 168.709; 18

X                                                                                 2.7
                             Q4 - All spending areas are considered vulnerable. The Council is putting in place a programme of s
X                                                 2          4          2                     -25

X                                                3.2         2.2         2.9        1.5         2.5


X                                                                                  and delivered over a 3 to 5 year period and is
                             NOTE for Q1 - As Capital expenditure is programmed 3.6 n/a
                                                 3.8        4.6        4.2
X                                                  3          7          4                      find
                             NOTE for Q4 - All service areas have been subjected to review to-23 savings for 2010/11 and 2011
X                                                6.9        6.5        4.2        0.5           25
                             NOTE for Q1 - Government funding of £27m in 2009/10 and £6.6m in 2010/11 for rebuilding one se
X                            Here‟s the response and details of what we‟re expecting. Also willing to take part in interviews, eithe
                                                 3.1        5.4        2.3        1.4         -2.8
X                                                2.6        5.8        1.1        5.4            -2
X                            Chief Executive‟s response to the BBC Local Government Survey

                                                 6.1        7.6          3        2.3           


                                                                                               6.4Questions 3 and 4
   

                                                                                                                       Whatever inc

X                                            4.82         7.9         3.55      3.42     -21.34
                             NOTE for Q2 - Restructuring and definitional changes make the Children's social services numbers

X                                              4.3       4.3        3.4         1.2           15
X                                              5.6         8        3.9         2.8        58.5
                             NOTE for Q1 - 2008/09 revenue budget includes a transfer of fuction of £8.5m - without this the incr

X                                      n/a          was                           3.7 n/a
                             NOTE for Q1 - 2009/10 n/a the first year Central Bedfordshire Council existed. The increases sugg
X                                      n/a          n/a        n/a                2.2 n/a
X                                      n/a          n/a        n/a                   0 n/a
X                                               4.8        5.7         2.8        2.8      -21.1
X                                                 2       1.75         1.5           0
X                                               6.7 

                             NOTE for Q1 - Revenue
                                         budget
                                                      Year on year increases to the revenue-15.2 include costs funded by spe
                                                           5.2         3.7        3.8
X                                                          8.9         4.6           3
                             NOTE for Q2 - Highways and Environmental services figures for past years cannot be compared as
X                            NOTE for Q1 - In revenue budget terms, the percentage change figure will fluctuate where there hav
                                                2.7        7.3         1.6        2.8      -34.4

X                                                    BBC Local           3.1 Question 6
                              Cumbria County Council
 9.44 Government Survey
 17.77 – New Ways of Working

                                              4.99             3.21                                       Extr




X                            NOTE for Q1 - for Revenue budget, the respondent has added "Budget Requirement"; for Capital bu
                                                4.7           5        4.2         2.3          8.9
X                                                -4          -9          3
                             NOTE for Q1 - Durham County Council is a new unitary-2              -1
                                                                                      council that began 1.4.09. The revenue bud
X                                               reduction in5.2 highways revenue budget in 11.2
                             NOTE for Q2 - The 2.1           the       1.5           2         2010/11, needs to be viewed along
X                                               4.6         4.3        5.3         3.1         -8.7
X                                               4.1         6.7        4.3         2.8          2.8
X                                              4.59       6.98        3.33         1.7       10.08
X                                                          Q4 textual answer:- All2.35 in the public sector will come under sign
                             Q3 deleted from the survey… 7.59
                                               4.63                   2.48         areas     15.07


X                                              2008/09 year contains 1.6
                             NOTE for Q1 - The 3.2        4.9                    1.5         -8
                                                                     additional resources of £5.6m for services previously fund
X                                                3        budget: The Council is0.2 the process of finalising its Capital expend
                             NOTE for Q1 - 2010/11 Capital3.7        2.4          in         10
X                                              3.5        6.8        3.5         1.9       -5.6

X                                              5.4        4.4           2.6
                             Answers given in Q4 are subject to policy decision.    2.3         2.4
X       NOTE for Q1 - Capital doesn't work the same way and0.6
                          3.8         5.9         2.4         year-on-year comparison is difficult because
X                         3.5         7.7         4.5        3.9         25
X                         6.7          figures have been adjusted for changes in funding and/or function in
        NOTE for Q1 - revenue budget 8.9          4.9        1.3        -4.3


    X
X                           3        4.7         2.3         1.7        -5.4
        NOTE for Q1 - The increases in capital budget in 2008-09 and 2009-10 reflect increased spending o
X                           2           6          3           1         -14
        NOTE for Q1 - Please note the large increase in the capital budget for 2010/11 is driven by large pro
X                         4.5        7.3         3.2         3.3        -4.2

X                            3           3          however the 2
        Q1 - For Capital budget: Major 5 year plan,3.5          timing of individual schemes can alter. Q2 -


X                           5.3        4.6
        NOTE for Q2 - Although revenue spend on3.9           2.1       18.2
                                                   Highways has reduced in the last two years of the analy
X       NOTE for Q1 - THE3.8           OPERATES A ROLLING 4 YEAR CAPITAL PROGRAMME AND IT
                             COUNCIL 4.3          3.1        2.3
X                           3.8        7.9          4        2.6        7.2
X                             4        4.4        3.6        3.9        -21
        Q4 - Additional vulnerable spending area included: education (non schools) targeting of youth servic

X                           5.6        7.1         3.8        4.2         -27
X                           0.2          6         3.7        0.7           0

X                                                          1.56
        NOTE for Q1 - Figures were also provided in £m: revenue £491.14m, capital £449.279m. NOTE for
X                        5.42       5.14       3.62        3.72      1.01
X       NOTE for Q1 - the 2010/11 Revenue budget3
                            4       5.25                              council tax increase. NOTE for Q4
                                                   figure assumes 0%30.3
                                                           0.63

X                         6.22       9.51        3.54       6.83      76.88
X       NOTE for Q4 - All spending areas will be under pressure in the future. At this stage the high level o
                             3        3.5         1.4        1.5        35.7

X                         Council wouldn't fill in the second part of the-13.2
        NOTE for Q5 - The 6.8      10.1             4.2       3.4         question (expected job losses), but


X                                                         not
        NOTE for Q1 - The increase in revenue budget does 3.11match increase in council tax, as during tha
                        3.91        5.62       3.79               -18.43

X       A further two years of budget projections have been added to the Q1 table: Revenue 2011/12 -0.8%
                            5.6        9.1         4.2       4.1         48

X                          2.8        6.2        26.7        2.85          -1
X                          Capital budget is a three-year rolling programme so it is not sensible to make ye
        NOTE for Q1 - The 4.4         7.9          3.9         3.1
X                          4.9        8.2          4.5         2.2       -9.2
        Notes for Q2 - Highways & Transport 2010/11 -1.5 excluding tram. Environmental services 2007/08
X                          5.4      -42.1          3.5       16.4       -64.1
        NOTE for Q1 - 2008/09 Revenue budget: note change in government funding arrangements around
X                          3.8        5.8          all         2.8        1.5
        NOTE for Q4 - Savings will be expected in 3.7 areas. These will, wherever possible, be delivered thro
    X




X                         3.95       7.41         will     2.64      41.32
        NOTE for Q4 - All of our Council services3.94be undergoing a Value for Money review over the nex

X                       3.84        3.74        3.11        3.41       14.24
        NOTE for Q1 - Note the increase in 2008/9 is due to the inclusion of Housing Market Renewal Fund

X                       4.15            6       3.33       3.28 n/a
        NOTE for Q2 - NB: In the period 2007/8 to 2009/10 significant highways spend was funded through

    X

X                           3.9        3.9         2.7        2.6         14
X                           2.2        5.1         2.6        1.8        -5.5
    X

X                         4.37        6.94        3.65       2.26       31.39

X                        3.6       4.5         4.2       2.9          8.2
X                      2.17        3.8       2.15                  22.08
X                        4.8       5.1         are       2.3        -17.4
        NOTE on Q1: The revenue budget figures 3.5 reasonably reliable, however due to the way in which
X                      4.91       6.28       3.48       1.76       47.19


        Survey submitted but individual answers subsequently withdrawn at request of council
X                          4.5          be          3.6                    43.2
        2010/11 Budget figures will not 2.1 available until the Executive has published their budget proposals

X                                                 has
        NOTE for Q1 - Stoke on Trent City Council4.3 been extremely successful in levering external fundi
                          4.6        7.8                   3.9        25
X                         5.5        5.9         3.5       3.5        15

X                         Services for adult social care and children‟s social care were reorganised in 200
        NOTE for Q2 - The 5.1         7.4        2.9         2.9         -13
X                         4.3         5.9        2.7         0.8        13.9
X                         4.5         4.9        4.7         1.5        51.8
        NOTE for Q1 - NB: this represents the approved in year spend therefore it will fluctuate due to rephr

X                                      8.1         5.5           2

X                           5         9            4           5          48
        NOTE for Q1 - 2010/11 budget subject to final council approval. NOTE for Q2 - Increase in 08/09 wa
X       NOTE for Q1 - “Revenue Budget” figures refer to General Fund budget requirement. 

                          4.6       5.5          1.1         3.9         -32                

                                                                                            “Capital Budg


X                           2.1        7.3         0.7         5.2       52.1

X                              2        6.4         3.8         1.7         2.7
X                              5        7.5         3.6         3.3          30
        Note for Q1 - Capital budget figures fluctuate due to the impact of major schemes on the overall bud
X                            6.7        5.6           3         has        -9.6
        Notes on Q2: for Adult social services the respondent 2.6 used the Older People and Community C
X       NOTE for Q1 - Major new Waste 4
                             4.8          Contract has an impact on the capital programme in 2010/11 

                                                    2.9         2.7          22                          
NO
X                            6.3        8.2         6.1                    -2.7
X                          3.74        7.03      2.845         2.59      -13.88
X                                                                -3
        Wiltshire Council is a new Unitary council, established in April 2009. NOTE for Q4 - All services will
X       NOTE from respondent - I haven‟t put in the financial numbers because local government funding is


X                                              Net
        NOTE for Q1 - Revenue budget Based on 1.7 Budget Requirement ie expenditure less all specific i
                          3.5       6.8                        2          31
X                         4.5       3.6        3.9           1.9           8
X                           6         7           3            3         -30
        NOTE for Q1 - The 2007/08 Capital budget figure 'is distorted due to the funding mechanism used t
                                                              it compare In the following spending areas, what are your anticipated revenue budget incre
d overall budget increase/decrease for 2010/11 and how doesQuestion 2: with increases in the previous three years? (% increase/decrease in cash terms
                                 09-10 capital budget
                                             10-11 capital budget change social services change social services change08-09 children's social services
                                                              (%)
                      08-09 capital budget change (%)change07-08 adult 08-09 adult 09-10 adult 10-11 adult 07-08 children'schangeservices change (%)ch
                                                                         (%)                      (%)        (%)         (%)
                                                                                     social services change social services social (%)
                            44.6       -2.16          0            -0.05      -30.6       -4.56       0.86         8.1       23.32
                           25.77      -14.56       7.43            12.94       0.91        2.79                   6.96       -5.94
her than percentages: Revenue budget: 168.709; 183.068; 207.082; 219.015. Capital budget: 64.810; 63.742; 100.725; 109.846.

                                                                                                             0
                             -16             85                           5             -1           0                   0             4

                             -55            220            19             -2          16.2          2.5                 7.9          -0.5


                     n/a            n/a            n/a                   5.9           7.4          4.1      3            2           4.5
                             23               3                            6            18            1                   6             8
                               3          160.5          -44.1           3.2          11.2          7.2       0         10           13.7
                            17.7           10.1           -9.4           6.3          10.5          1.7     2.5         4.3          -1.1
                             2.3            2.5            4.9           2.4           7.3          2.4     0.3         3.8          10.8
                             5.2            1.4            0.8           4.6           8.4          4.7     4.7         3.6             6

                           -12.28         -18.26         -0.55         10.35         10.17         5.62   12.75       68.19         -25.5

                             18.6           -2.2          11.6           6.2            7             1      3            9           8.4
                            -11.2            8.4          -1.9           6.2           13           4.7      5          7.7             9

                     n/a                                   26    n/a           n/a           n/a           14.5 n/a           n/a
                     n/a            n/a                    5.5   n/a           n/a           n/a           -4.1 n/a           n/a
                     n/a            n/a                    2.8   n/a           n/a           n/a             -4 n/a           n/a
                             160           -33.3         111.1           5.4           1.7           -4       0         6.2             4
                                                                           2          1.75          1.5       0           2          1.75
                            -11.4          -18.8          11.8           3.3           1.3          1.6     3.3         9.5          22.6
                                                          21.6           8.5          13.2          3.8       3         0.8           4.7
                            13.8           -18.7           4.1          11.8           3.1          0.2    -1.9         2.7          -3.1

                            7.35          50.17          30.92           3.5         19.89         2.46    8.99        4.13          12.2




                             0.3            2.2           -1.1           2.9           3.8          2.9    -2.1         9.7          12.9
                             -22              0             -6
                              -9             21            7.9           2.4             5         -2.7    -2.3        -4.6           5.4
                             2.4           32.7           32.4           6.6           3.1            2       7         8.7           6.1
                             -24             71             71           5.8           5.7            5     2.3         4.2           5.2
                           25.41          18.79           11.6          0.46         -0.05         5.14    1.14       16.75         18.52
                           19.75          53.44          26.82          7.28         16.71         5.83    7.91        0.07         23.94


                             -27            79              -9           2.4             3          5.9       2         2.6           2.2
                            51.4           -9.4                          3.2           4.1         -0.1    -0.6         1.5          13.4
                            58.5           16.7           33.9           0.2          13.5          2.4     0.2        -1.3          -0.5

                            -18.5          20.7          -17.1           5.8           5.7          4.8     4.1         3.2            5
                                See notes
   -3      73              -6         1.6    20.2     0.3    1.2      8.6    8.3
 -4.7      2.3            5.9         8.9    10.2     5.7    0.9      7.6   13.1



 19.4    15.1             1.1         1.2     0.9     2.6    -1.9    12.6    2.7
  -10     22              36            4      10       3       2       0      0
 24.9    11.6             6.1           6     3.5     2.8     1.3     2.6    4.1




 24.4    14.6             1.7        5.85    4.14     3.5   1.16       8     13
                                                               3
  2.8     -6.6           -7.2         3.1    17.7     5.1    3.3      6.4    7.3
 55.3     -0.9            4.5         4.6     5.4     5.6    3.6      4.8    5.8

  36      29              41          3.4     6.3     1.7    -0.3    -5.9    0.6
 -6.6    16.7             4.8        -0.6     2.9     4.8       0     6.6     -6

                       23.37                                -0.2
-9.48   28.75          28.55         4.93   18.43    5.62   1.49     7.31    3.9
 15.3    30.2           13.9        11.32   13.21    2.12   2.78             5.4

   -6    -6.11         21.45         1.45   13.37    8.63   4.63     7.35   2.53
 -3.8     15.5         -18.3          3.5     9.7     2.3      1     10.4    8.8

 -4.4    29.7           22.2          4.1     6.9     3.6    3.1      0.3   10.9


82.23    4.84          17.76         7.06    9.02    5.05   1.85     7.23   4.99

  2.5       6              4          5.6     14       -1    1.4     -0.1    7.9

 44.7    32.7           32.1          9.2     2.8    -2.5    -1.1     3.7   -0.2
                 n/a
 -4.1    14.1             -9            5     5.5     6.3      5      1.5    1.6
 15.7     4.6           -5.7         2.57    7.23   14.64   17.5    14.23   3.63
  0.3    -9.7           16.7            5     9.5     7.3    2.8     11.1    9.7




-1.49    7.61

62.38    5.31          -10.48       -0.03   11.36    6.91   -3.51    2.32    1.4

  1.9   -10.86           -6.6         3.6     4.3     1.5    0.2      6.1    1.7



   -3       -3             -7         3.1     2.8     3.6    2.2      2.3    7.9
  2.1      7.7          -11.6
                            1.85       7.34     -23.24             5.65          9.08    7.01       6.66        3.38         11.2

                            31.4       14.1        5.4              4.4           5.3     5.2         4.5        2.2          5.9
                           30.84      26.09                                       8.9     6.7                                11.7
                            65.7       -4.8       34.7              4.5            -3       8         6.6        2.9          6.9
                           48.45      74.49      -2.96              2.8          8.45    4.03       -1.09       5.59         6.03


quently withdrawn at request of council
                             -8.9       19.1                          4           2.3     3.8                    2.7          2.1

                              -1        -12         -2              5.7           7.1     4.5        -0.1         -3          7.6
                              27         19        -21              3.6           5.5     2.6         3.3        1.9            4

                             7.7        91          -7       n/a          n/a             3.4         0.4 n/a          n/a
                            44.5       27.4       20.3              2.4           3.2     0.8        -0.2        1.8          5.6
                           -17.5       92.8      -40.6             -3.9          15.4     2.4           0        3.9          6.2

                           -17.7       70.3       37.4                           11.3     4.7          5                      7.2

                               0         17         14                           23.8     2.7         4.8                    14.9
                              26          0        200              7.1           0.8     1.5         3.1        3.2          2.1


                             5.9        -6.5       0.5             -8.7          19.7     -1.8      12.6        -0.4         18.4

                           -19.2       74.6       15.1              3.7           9.6 -3.6         2.2        7.1        13.9
                           -36.8         13        -12              7.2            14  5.1         1.7     -11.4           3.7
                            40.6          2        9.8              9.4          11.7  6.6         5.3         14        13.7
                             6.3        6.3       22.2              1.1           2.5  4.1        -0.7        5.3        -2.3
                              16          1                        11.9          12.8  3.1                    4.5          6.6
                           -4.68      -8.44      9.94               1.6         11.2722.88        5.41     10.19           7.1
                                                   19                                  3.7         2.6
ancial numbers because local government funding is more complex than simply revenue and capital and whatever figures I put down are likely to lead to c


                             16       -26.9       10.7              2.8          14.3     3.6           0       -4.9         10.6
                             1.2         -1       18.6              9.4           1.1     4.9         1.1        5.7         -2.8
                             66         17           8                5            12       8           3          6          12
hat are your anticipated revenue budget increases/decreases for 2010/11 and how do they compare with the previous three years? (% increase/decrease
                                   10-11 children's social 08-09(%)change (%) 10-11 highways environmental servicesenvironmental services
                                               services change highways highways
                                                           services 09-10                07-08     08-09      09-10 change (%)
                       09-10 children's social 07-08 highways change (%)change (%)change (%)change (%) environmental services change (%)change (%
                             4.54        0.86       -1.77         3.7     -6.43   -20.27     29.37       9.09       -7.61
                             6.13                   23.92       -0.85   -27.34               12.43       0.07        12.5


                                       0.6                                       -1.8
                             15                    -1        -8        -18                     1             4             2

                            16.2                58.6       12.1          8                    6.4           20            4.3


                             3.8       5.9       -0.4        8.4       1.9       -5.7           1          3.6            4.6
                             15                    -9          4         1                      9           -7              7
                            -3.4      -2.1      -15.9        9.3       2.8       -3.9        22.2          5.8           -6.2
                             2.8       6.2       -1.1       -5.8        -3          0         7.8          4.8            4.7
                             4.3       7.7          4        0.9      11.3        2.5         2.1            3           -1.8
                            11.6       5.1        9.4        4.9       2.3        2.3         2.5          8.6           13.9

                           19.92      2.29      -1.66     17.63      12.71       3.11       22.17         7.01          -0.28

                             5.2      12.2          0       1.6          1        2.2        10.4         13.1            9.1
                            10.5       1.7        1.1       2.1       13.5        0.8         11          21.9            3.6

                     n/a              16.2 n/a       n/a       n/a                1.1 n/a           n/a           n/a
                     n/a               4.1 n/a       n/a       n/a                    n/a           n/a           n/a
                     n/a              -6.7 n/a       n/a       n/a                0.9 n/a           n/a           n/a
                            15.4       2.2     -21.5      25.2         -9.4      -0.7        10.6         18.8           15.8
                             1.5         0         2      1.75          1.5         0           2         1.75            1.5
                             5.4       4.9       1.8       5.4          0.9         5         4.2         16.7            5.9
                             0.1       0.1                                         -5
                             5.9      -0.5     -10.3     -31.1        11.8       -2.1        -0.2          -4.8          -7.9

                           -4.63     -1.55      5.98      14.32       7.45        7.7        3.92         11.9          11.41




                             2.7       4.3        3.3       4.3        2.1        0.9          5           7.3            1.4

                             4.9     -2.6         1.1         0       -1.9       -3.7          57          -0.3          11.7
                             2.3      1.9         4.1      13.2        1.9        4.5         4.1          13.6          13.3
                             4.9      3.9         6.6       8.1          8        1.2         2.7           2.5           2.9
                            2.85      7.5       -0.54      6.11       3.29       1.66        -0.6         -4.44          7.01
                               6    14.37       -5.32     34.67       3.63       1.02        3.35          7.07          5.55


                             3.6       4.4      -25.1        4.1       -8.3      -0.7         3.6          4.3            7.9
                               1       1.6      -16.6          6        6.3       3.3       -14.6          0.3           14.3
                             9.5       1.7        -10       -0.7        7.8      -2.6         7.1         17.5            6.4

                             3.1       0.8
  1.6    2.2    -9.1      2.4    -8.6    -1.2     9.6      -4      2.7
  0.9    4.8     3.2        1     2.8     8.4     1.1    23.6      9.1



 -4.3    0.4    89.9    -25.8    37.5     0.1    17.1     -3.4    16.7
    6     -1      -5      19       -1      -3      -4      20      19
  2.4    5.7     1.4     14.3     0.9       0       4      12      4.5




  14       5     7.4      1.8    -6.7    -6.2     1.7      8.2     9.7
         9.7                              0.6
  0.5    1.7    -1.4     -7.3     1.9     1.7     4.8     7.6      6.3
  2.1      0     6.8        0    11.6    -3.3     9.1    14.8      3.2

  0.5   -0.4       1    20.9      6.1       3    -3.7    17.5      2.9
 -0.6      0    -5.9     9.9      10      1.6    10.5     6.4     -7.5

         5.6                            13.74
 3.46    4.9   -0.86    7.15     28.2    3.13    4.51    3.18     11.3
  3.8    5.6      -5      -9       -3     -10      23       7       -5

 2.05   5.89   -8.51    -1.55    7.31    2.08   20.68    4.81     3.58
  9.6      1       1        1       1     0.5       1     1.5        1

  6.9    3.9      2       4.1     2.5     1.2     1.7      8.4     7.8


10.32   9.77    9.81    -0.32   -3.28   -7.46   18.33   -17.55    16.9

  2.9    6.5     8.8    11.2     11.6     2.5      3     13.2      8.5

 -6.9    3.6     2.5    -19.3    13.3    -2.5    27.5    28.2    126.4

  0.7   -0.4     6.9     5.4      6.9    -5.3    16.5     1.6      5.7
 6.27   -3.5    4.69    2.82    12.86     2.4   21.46    8.61    11.82
  2.3    11      5.4     0.9     14.2     4.4     6.8    12.6     12.2




  8.9   2.26   10.88   -10.52   -2.17    4.24   -2.87   13.42    -2.06

  1.2     5      2.7       0       0       0      5.8      2.2     9.4



  3.2   14.9    -0.2    1.47     -6.3      -2     3.4      0.6     1.5
                            9.95       21.23      -33.99       0.51        8.17       -3.85        2.22       -1.99       1.12

                             3.2         2.8         2.2         9.7        5.3           6         2.2        9.7         5.3
                             6.7                                 9.9        3.5                                9.2         3.6
                              -4         1.8        -7.4          30        1.7         5.8        -6.1          4       -13.4
                            8.21        6.67        9.94       -3.57      -5.54       11.03       -3.09      15.73        4.27



                              1.8                    9.4         2.4        6.5                    15.5           7       17.4

                              5.9        2.7         4.5       10.9         6.3         0.1         2.7         2.5        -0.3
                              5.2        4.4         5.4        7.7         8.4         4.5

                              3.3        5.9       -12.3         6.2         5.5        1.8         9.6       10.6         -0.2
                              6.3        5.4        -2.5        -4.3         2.1       -0.8          -4        6.2          5.7
                             -0.7        5.4        -6.2         6.1        -1.1       -5.5        21.7        5.6          2.1

                              2.9       13.9                     5.2        0.4         6.6                       2        0.3

                              2.5        7.7                     4.5        8.5          -4                   11.1         7.9
                              4.1          3        -8.8         -18        2.1           3         0.7       10.7           9


                              5.3         10       -23.2       -12.9       22.4         3.7        -8.9       -13.3         28

                             17.3             9        -4.3         8.2       10         -3.1        2.5        12.9         -5.2
                               2.9         1.3          2.3         7.7       2.5         1.2        0.7        21.1          8.4
                               8.9         4.2          1.2         5.2      10.1         1.3        9.3          19          4.4
                               1.1         7.2          8.1         3.6       4.8        -3.1         23        10.3         13.1
                               6.8                    15.8          4.3      13.7                    5.3         5.2          7.9
                            11.45        14.47      -15.06       -6.91        1.9       5.84       4.18         7.97        -4.08
                               2.5         2.4                                                                                2.5
tever figures I put down are likely to lead to confusion, not least because every year there are additional duties for us to perform, some of which are funde


                              4.8       -1.3         6.3         3.3        -1.6       -1.5         4.9         4.5        0.7
                              4.8        3.2        -4.5        -5.2         1.8        2.5         2.8         5.7        6.3
                                1        10            7         14            9          2           8           9        10
                                        Question in cash terms)
h the previous three years? (% increase/decrease 3: Excluding schools, what do you expect to be the overall reduction in spending in real terms in the nex
                                        Increase in spending
                                                    change (%)           5-10%      10-15%      15-20%       20-25%     25-30%
                      10-11 environmental services No change 0-5% reduction reduction reduction reduction reduction reduction
                             7.23                                                                                       X
                                                                                                X
                                                                                    X

                            -1.8                                           X
                                                                                      X

                                                                                      X


                             1.7                                                                 X
                                                                                      X
                            -0.8                                           X          X
                             3.5                                           X
                             1.7                                           X
                              -3

                            1.05                                                                 X

                               3                                                                 X
                             7.4                                           X

                               0        X
                                                                                      X
                            -4.6                                                      X
                               2                                                                             X
                               0                                                      X
                             0.6                                                      X
                            -6.5                                                      X
                            -5.9                                                                 X

                            6.15        NOT KNOWN




                            -1.7                               X (3 yrs)

                             1.6                                           X
                             2.6                                                                 X
                             0.5                                                      X
                            3.25                               X
                            5.82


                             7.9
                               1                                                      X
                            -0.2                                           X

                                                                           X
                                            X worst case scenario
  -9                                                   X
 2.1        X



 0.1
  -4
 1.3                                        X

                                            X


  28                   X
 -2.8                  X
  1.2       X (per year)
  5.5       X

 3.6                                                                X
 1.9                                        X

1.96
2.93                             X
  -4                                                  X

1.45                  X
 0.5                             X

 6.1                                        X


-2.58                                       X

 8.5                  X Over three years only

 0.8                  X
                      X
 -0.4                 X                     X Including unavoidable pressures
 -4.1                 X
  2.2       X




        X

-3.11                 X          X          X

 1.5                             X



   0                             X
                                 X
                          -1.44                                                     X

                              6                                                     X

                            4.1                                                                X
                           0.54                                         X



                                                                        X

                            0.1                                                                           X
                                                             X

                            2.1                                                                           X
                             -1                                                     X
                           13.1                              X

                           -0.4                                                                X

                            0.1                                                                           X
                              3                                                                X


                           14.3                                         X

                             -1                              X
                            3.6                                                                           X
                            5.3                                                     X
                           13.4                                         X
                                                             X
                             11.44                                                                      X
                                -3                                                 X
l duties for us to perform, some of which are funded and some not so we need to make compensatory savings. The other area is staff numbers – we will h
                                                                         X


                           -1.5                                                                X
                           -1.1                                                     X
                              4                              X
                                           Question 4: Which spending to whichever would be your best estimate)
eduction in spending in real terms in the next 3-5 years? (Put an X next areas to you think are most vulnerable to the squeeze on spending in the next 3-5
                                           Adult        services Children's social services
                                                                              Egs         Highways services Environmental services
                       More than 30% reduction socialEgs of adult social servicesof children's socialEgs of highways
                                                                                          X                      X
                                           See notes


                                          See notes
                                                                                            X

                                          X                                                 X                        X


                                          X                     X                         X                     X
                                          X           See note X             See note X              See note X
                                          X                                               X          Reduction in of level of maintenance of highways and
                                                                                                                X
                                                      Any savings in this area will be driven by the modernisationthe the service and the personalisation ag




                                          X

                                          X                       X                         X                        X


                                          X                    X          Potential loss of specific grants X
                                                      demographic pressures plus contractual pressures for residential care

                                          X                      X                     X
                                                      Increased demand due to demographic changes.           X
                                                                                                  Increased requirement to imporve quality of network
                                          X           Pressure caused by rapidly growing older population    X

                                                                                                                X
                                                                                      X                         X
                                          X                      X        Increasing demand and new policyX
                                                      Increasing demand and new policyX                          initiatives will create particular pressures i
                                                                                       initiatives will create particular pressures in these areas, eg. Pers

                                                                                            X                        X




                                          X                                            X          services forXthe
                                                      Demographic pressures will put pressures on Maintenance elderly




                                          X                        X           In view financial squeeze view of the will be vulnerable although front line ser
                                                                                             X           In the financial squeeze the financial squeeze all se
                                                                                                                       X
                                                      In view of the likely size of the of the likely size ofall serviceslikely size ofall services will be vulnerable

                                          X                    X          More Care. Increased Fewer improvements,
                                                                                      X          dependency and complexity of needs.
                                                      Demographic, Free Personalchildren assessed as being vulnerable increased maintenance backlog
                        See notes
                                                                      X                       X




                        X                                            and      Reduced maintenance as a result of expected la
                                                           Improved and single intervention leading to fewer looked-after chil
                                    Increased use of self-assessment X aearlier assessment process, improved service delivery effici
                                               X                                        X




                        X                      X                        X                       X
                                               X            Discretionary services
                                                                        X                       X
                        X                                               X             ResponsiveXmaintenance via planned maintenance £2
                                    Change eligibilty to substantial & critical only £6.5m, employment services £0.8m, revised transport p

                                                                      X                       X



                        X       To achieve service efficiencies and move to self directed support. Review existing asse
                        SEE NOTE

                                                                      X            reductions may occur in preference to social care deliv
                        X           See note   X           See note   X            See note X

                        X                      increasing Back off ledX
                                    Because of X                       costs on the largest budget forand conditionBack of subsidies; le
                                                                                  Road maintenance the council. of roads; community
                                                                                             X
                                                          demand support services; Services to schools and availabilityoff support serv


                                                                                              X

                        X                      X            Greater caseload at existing staffXso short term works continue but
                                                                       X           Re-prioritise
                                    Review of traditional services; more care perhome; more independent sector commissioning medium



unavoidable pressures
                        X                                              X                     X
                        X                                              one of the few services protected
                                                           Likely to beX                     X




                        SEE NOTE

                        SEE NOTE

                        X                                             X
                                    Lower level day care, plus increased charges




                                                                      X                       X
X           Adult socialX                                  A minimum 5% increased saving is required.
                                                                        have
                                    Costs for children‟s Council‟s budget. Transforming adult social services ye
                         services represent 1/3rd of thesocial servicesX year on yearby £4 million in the lastis a
                                               X

The implications are not clear. At this stage there must be a risk to all aspects of public service.




X                    X          Looked after Children/Safeguarding highways Haringey, Doncaster cold
                                           X          Poor state of following highlighted by
                                                                  X
            Demographic Pressures/Ageing Population. Transitions and more complex needs. recentetc. snap

            Similar levels                    X                      X
                                  similar levels - although may be pressure to increase especially in the short te
X                       demand forIncrease in X
            Increase in X                      demand forIncrease in
                                                           Services beyond budget increase
                                   Services beyond budget increase demand for Services beyond budget increa

X                       care
            Residential X                     X                    X
                                                       Maintenance, local improvements, bus support
X                       X         ALL SERVICESX        ALL SERVICESX
            ALL SERVICES WILL BE AFFECTED WILL BE AFFECTED WILL BE AFFECTED
X                                             X        Demograohic create further financial pressure on service
            New policy on free personal care commencing Oct 10 willX growth increase pressure on budgets su



                                                 X                        X
SEE NOTE




                                                 X                        X

X           As a major part of the budget this will come under scrutiny. A major Government grant – Supporting
                                               X           Lack of Government support for capital expenditure al


SEE NOTE



                                                 X            Maintenance
X                                                If           budget reduction cannot be achieved through efficienc
            All areas will be subject to review. X sufficient All areas will be subject to review. If sufficient budget r
ulnerable to the squeeze on spending in the next 3-5 years? (Put an X next to whichever apply) Can you give any more specific examples of services likel
                                 Economic development
                                            Egs of      Planning Egs of
                      Egs of environmental serviceseconomic developmentplanning           Egs        Libraries
                                                                               Homelessness of homelessness Egs of libraries
                                 X                                                                   X




                                  X                                                                             X

                                  X                                                                             X


                                X                     X                     X                       X
                     See note X            See note X            See note X             See note X           See note
                                                      X          Reudction countryside.             X        Reduction in services are affected redu
                     Reduction in the maintenance of public open spaces andin staff to match the reducced demand on services which to match the by th




                                                                                                                X

                                  X                         X                         X                         X


                     Uplift in Lnadfill Tax                                                        X          All non-statutory services are likely to fa
                                                                                                   X          These are discretionary Services, w
                                X          Increased demand minimisation andincome or recent arising from recent economic impact of recent recession
                     Increased emand for investment inX          Pressure on recycling Increased demand
                                                                             X                     X          Need to invest to develop modern librar
                                                       waste to address local impact budgets recession to address local crisis
                                do         Parts funded by funny money population on
                     Pressure toX more with less e.g. impact of growing will disappear climate     X          Need to prioritise and focus resources o

                                                            X                                                   X
                                                                                                                X
                                  X                         X                         X                         X

                                  X                                                                             X




                               X           Spending is subject to a relatively high level of grant funding, which places it more at risk.
                                                                                               X
                               X           Grants
                     Parks and public spaces                                                   X         Reduce hours and book stocks
                                                                                               X




                                  X           In view financial squeeze view of the will be vulnerable althoughbe vulnerable althoughbe protectedfinancial
                                                            X
                     In view of the likely size of the of the likely size ofall serviceslikely size ofall serviceslikely front ofall services likely front ofall services wi
                                                                        In the financial squeeze view of the will size line services will be vulnerable althoug
                                                                                      X           In the financial squeeze view of the will size line services wi
                                                                                                                X            In the financial squeeze the as far as

Fewer improvements, increased maintenance backlogs
                                                                                                      X            Wider use of facilities to reduce costs




                                          Our to our may have to diminish                             A more modern and appropriate Li
                      Delivery could be limitedsupport statutory obligations as we climb out of recession.
                                X                                                          X




                                 X                      X                      X                      X

                                 X                    X                     X                     X
                                 in        Reduced contributions Planning advisory services reduced by £0.2m Reduced hours & staffing £0.7m, book p
                                                      X          and        £0.4m
                      Reductions X grants £0.5m and services £0.3m grants N/a                     X

                                 X                                                                    X




                                       A assets area for reduction opportunities for telecare and telemedicine. investment in thecu
                                                                                           service are non statutory. This is despite s
to self directed support. Review existingpossibleand explore further since aspects of this X
                             X                                                                       Further capital


eductions may occur in preference to social care deliverables.                 X                      X
                                                                                           Loss of Grant Funding Dsicretionary on delivery
                     See note X              See note X             See note   X           See note X            See note

                                                                                                      X         Potential
                      Household waste recylcling centres - where availability of centres exceeds performance requirementsimpact on charges; opening ho


                                 X

                                X          Availability of external funding from other parties
                      Waste minimisation work                                                         X            Review of current position; greater self-




                                 X                      X                      X                     X
                                 X                      X                                            X
                                                                                           Not a County function




                                                                                                      X




                                 X                                                                    X
                                  5%       A minimum X year on year saving year on year saving year on year saving is required.
                                                      5%
                        A minimum X year on year saving is required. minimum X is required. minimum X is required. council is modernising its library pro
                                                                  A          5%          A          5%          The

 a risk to all aspects of public service.


                                     X                                                                   X
                                               Anticipate lower level of funding from regional and national agencies



                                   increase recycling targets/sort waste atof development activity continuingand disposal costs. from planning applications
                        Pressure toX          Pressure toX            business start ups/support economic growth with interventions/new initiatives
                                                          encourageLack source increasing both collection to depress income

                                                      X
                                          similar levels                                                  X
                                                                                              Similar levels
ncrease in demand for Services beyond budget increase                                                     X            Lower council priority therefore will lose

                                                                                                        X
                                    X           ALL SERVICES X
                        ALL SERVICES WILL BE AFFECTED WILL BE AFFECTED WILL BE AFFECTED WILL BE AFFECTED WILL BE AFFECTED
                                                                        ALL SERVICES
                                                                                   X        ALL SERVICESX          ALL SERVICES
                                                             X          Reduced income streams related to the recession
                        Statutory increases in landfill taxes increases pressure on budgets



                                                                                                          X




                                                                                                   X           Library services are under review
                                 X                                                                 X
                                 X                      X                      X                   X
                                 X                                                                             FSR protecting partners
                                            Relatively small budget. Subject to possible be squeezed although CC is savings expected in future fro
                                                                                                   X
 ack of Government support for capital expenditure already evident means this area couldimproved working and co-operation with via the capital programm
                                                        X          Decline in fees and charges


                                                                                                          X            Will be reductions in volumes, but will c


                                                                                                           X          Reconfiguration of service, which will le
                                                                                                           X          All areas will functions to high volume
All areas will be subject to review. If sufficient budget reduction cannot be achieved through efficiency and reform, non-statutory be subjectandreview. If suf
u give any more specific examples of services likely to be vulnerable?                                                          Question 5: Excluding schools, h
                      Leisure               Arts
                                Egs of leisure                                  Egs of voluntary organisationsother
                                                                                           Other
                                                         Egs of arts Voluntary organisations          Egs of                    Now employees
                      X                     X                        X                                                              3500
                                                                                                                                    3706
                                                                                                                                    5396


                      X                      X                                                                                        1800

                      X                      X                                                                                        3500


                      X                     X                    X                    X                             2000
                      X          See note X           See note X           See note X           See note           5244.5
                      X                                          and as such will face pressureThereduce ofa voluntary organisation is region
                                                      This is a discretionary service.Xservice supported by continues its efficiencymanagesr
                                 This is a discretionary service X
                                            X                                                    to Council the Bracknell Forest drive to
                                                                           Where the The Council is one costs. key supporters of the discr
                                                                                                                  1421.84
                                                                                      X         See question 6      3000
                                                                                                                    5847
                                                                                                                    9051

                      X                      X                                                                                        3380

                      X                      X                        X                        X                                   6963
                                                                                                            Support Services; Capital Expenditure
                                                                                                                                   6500

                      X                      X
                                 All non-statutory services are likely to face pressure in the to face pressure in the to face pressure in the to face pressure
                                                         All non-statutory services are likely future.
                                                                      X                       X           All non-statutory services are likely future.
                                                                                  All non-statutory services are likely future.    2232
                      X          These are X             These are discretionary Services, the taxpayer must the 14000        challenged against challeng
                                              discretionary Services, where subsidy from where subsidy frombe c. taxpayer must bethe value
                      X          Need to invest to develop modern leisure facilities                                               4677
                      X                      X           Need to prioritise and focus resources on
                                                                      X
                                 Need to prioritise and focus resources on fewer facilities/events fewer facilities/events         8000
                                                                                                                                   3451
                      X                      X                        X                       X                                 5899.55
                      X                      X                                                                                    11553
                      X                      X                        X                                                            5900

                      X                      X                                                                                        5844




                                                                                                                                      5850

                                                                                                                      3400
                      X                                                                        more vulnerable to spending
                                                      Services are discretionary vulnerable to spending reductions. services.
                                 Services are discretionary and therefore more andXthereforeSuch as corporate 14000 approx reductions.
                                           X                                                                     support
                      X                    X                    X          Reduced grants
                                                      Reduced grants/support         X                                4368
                                                                                              Reduction in building maintenance; Waste Manage
                      X                    X                                                                          4188
                                                                                                                     10900



                                                                                                                                       3863
                      X                       X
                                 In view of the likely size of the of the likely size ofall serviceslikely size ofall servicesand Supportall services will be protect
                                                          In view financial squeeze view of the will be vulnerable althoughbe vulnerable althoughbe vulnera
                                                                        X                         X           Management will front 3500
                                                                                                                                       line services
                                                                                    In the financial squeeze the financial squeeze services will front line

                                                                                                                                     11374
                                                                                                            3500 approx
           X          See below X                        X        Reduce grant contributions and no inflation
                                              Reduction in management contributions                              1833
                                                                             X          All services are in scope8254



                                                                                                          3400
                                                                                                          2575
                                      service should produce cost savings and improvements in under scrutiny in partners to
                                                             Voluntary X  organisations will will to work9174
                                                                                                            service
A more modern and appropriate Library Delivery counld be limited to our statutory obligations need come thewith us and order to me
                           X                     X                                    All services

                                                                                X                                   8500
                                                                                            Under the Council's Innovation and Efficiency progr


           X                      X                       X                      X                                  21200
           X                      X           service
                      Largely a discretionary Largely a discretionary service    X                                  14418
                                                                                             Support Services functions
           X                      X                       X                      X                                    7000
           N/a                    X           Museum & X              Adult Social - reduced Trading Standards£0.5m
                                                                                 X           opening hours etc - £0.9minspections and reduce adv
                                                          record office reductions Care review of voluntary sectorcut 5800

           X                     X                                                                                   5700
                                                                                                                     8587

                                                                                               12500 approx
Further capital investment in the service may lead to increased service standards and opportunities for greater efficiencies.
                                                                                                     4200
                                                                                                     2543

           X                     X           Discretionary on delivery
                      Discretionary on delivery         X                                                              grant
                                                                    Discretionary on delivery, with regard to level of2528
           X          See note X             See note

                                 X
Potential impact on charges; opening hours                X         Challenge of service and availability of arts funding
                                                                                                                     7700
                                              Potential impact on charges; opening hours delivery and decommissioning of lower priority servic


           X                     X                                                                                1806.33

           N/a                   X                       X
                                              Review of grants                  X           Subsidies to maintain public transport network
                                                                                                                    6389
                                                                     Review of core grants to assess value for money; need for lower contract

                                                                                                              approx 15000
           X                     X                                              X           Back office/procurement7600
                                                                                                                   9089
           X                     X                       X                                                         3700
                                 X
                      Not a county function              X                      X                                  5835




           X                     X                       X                      X                                   4000
                                                                                            Back office/support functions



                                                                                X           Efficiency Savings, transformation agenda etc (see
           X                     X                       X                                                         14000
            X                     5%       A minimum X year on year saving year on year saving is year on year
                                                      5%          A          5%          A
                        A minimum X year on year saving is required. minimum X is required. minimum 5% required.3158saving is required acro

                                                                                                                            3200
                                                                                                                            3097
                                                                                                                       Approx 4500
            X                        X                       X                                                              1966



            X           Sports Facilities/Infrastructure is in need of significant further investment.                       2607

          X                          X                       X                         X                                     5218
Lower council priority therefore willX            higher priority services
                                      lose out to Lower council priority therefore willX            higher priority services 6380
                                                                                        lose out to Lower council priority therefore will lose out to highe

                                                    X                                                          7508
            X                    X
                        ALL SERVICES WILL BE AFFECTED WILL BE AFFECTED WILL BE AFFECTED
                                          ALL SERVICES
                                                    X           ALL SERVICESX          Capital Budgets         2300
                                 X                                                                             2679
                                          These services rely on external spend and are therefore could potentially be at risk if the funding

                                                                                                                             2653

            X                        X                                                                                       1500
                                                                                                                             4800


                                                                                                                             6368
                                                                                                   All services will be subjected to detailed and fundam

            X           Review Leisure Centres and develop a Leisure Trust    X                                   2961
                                                                                         All non-statutory services may be under review in th
            X                      X                    X                     X                                   5880
                                                                                         i.e. Any non-statutory/discretionary activity
            X                      X                    X                     X                                1601.62
                                                                                         Support or 'back office' services
                                             V Small area of spend but already subject
                                                                              in         Waste disposal – efficiencies from joint work
FSR savings expected in future from ongoing work– in particular £1m X 2011/12. to cost reductions 6624
                                   X                                                                               in 2010/11
                                                                              X                                   2786
                                                                                         Decline in income from parking
                                                                                                                  4638
                                                                                                                  5600
                                   will      May disappear
Will be reductions in volumes, but X continue to do it. X          will be much more focussed in the way grants given


            X                        X                                                                                   7700 approx
                                     If           budget reduction cannot be achieved through efficiency and reform, non-statutory functions and h
                                                                                                                               be achieved through effici
All areas will be subject to review. X sufficient All areas will be subject to review. If sufficient budget reduction cannot4902
                                                                                       X                                   3116.46
                                                                                                     All discretionary areas of spend will be at risk.
                            Question 6: employees (full of working are planning to share services with you expect that you provide services
                                                    ways time equivalent) do you have order to save money public sector bodies, such as he
Question 5: Excluding schools, how manyWhat new Question 7: Are you you planning innow and how do other in the way number to change in t
                            New                                No share Outline
           In 3-5 years employeesways of working Yes share services services
           2500-3000                                                      Tied into strategic partnership procurement to sharing diffic
                            Strategic partnership (outsourcing) for ICT and potentially other services, which will include routeprocess – servic
                                                    X
                                                    X                     See 6 above
                            Consolidation and outsourcing of support servicesImproved corporate procurementIntegrated citizen contact, inclu
                             All                    X                     The

                             See answer to Q4 in Notes column – as a new Unitary Authority the Council recognises the need to continually im
                                                     X                     The Council continually seeks to identify opportunities that provide f
                 1620                                X                     Too early to estimate savings. Currently assessing the scope
                             Back office efficienciesBetter procurementIncreased chargesShared servicesMaking better use of property for sh

                 3000                              X                      Planned sectors including joint commissioning, potential for integra
                             Closer partnership working across public and voluntaryintegration of social care and health commissioningShared


                                                                            Business Transformation programme.
 Further to local health and
                                                                                                                   -
                            Significant increase in the expectations of our Council already has extensive shared services with previous initiativ
                                                    X
                                                                            Please the answer to question 6.
                            The Authority is procuring a private sector partner for see provision of Revenue, Benefits, ICT and facility manage
                                                    X
                                                                            Shared and ie replace cash office
Rationalise Social Care Transpor
                            Provide alternative ways of collecting cash from residents Collaborative procurements with other Councils
 imm
           Estimated reduction of up to 100         X                                                                                     No
                2600                                                        *Trading Standards (been in place for a while)

                            Structure and staffing reviews (including reducing management layers)Streamlining financial *Registration and Na
                                                    X                                                                      management system



                 2750        The Council is looking at a wide variety of means of improving efficiency and has a Transformation programme w
                                                    X                      The County Council, District Councils, and the Fire and Rescue Aut

                 6500        Reduction in Senior Management

                                                   X                      Joint Commissioning of Health numbers and management layers

                                                               Transformation of Services – reducing staff& Social Care servicesShared servic I
                 6200                                                                                               
The
                                                                          Work for more effective, is progressing.
 Council estimates tha
                             The County Council is looking at a range of options on shared servicesefficient working.Sharing services, particul
                                                   X

                                                                                            -                                    -
                          Restructuring of services and business process re-engineering
Contract renegotiations and reviews
Property re
                                                  X                     Options for sharing services are being considered We already have
           c. -5%                                                                                      http://moderngov.cheshireeast.gov.uk/e
                          Please refer to the Council‟s Budget Report for further details in this area:

                                                  X
                                                                        At this services with partners. quantified.
           Depends on government settlement, likely to be less commissioning ofstage this cannot be One example that is more advance
                           We are currently looking at the joint
                                                  X
                 7000                                                   Looking at collaboration and shared Re-engineering across
                          Reducing costs of management and administration; improving productivity; services models key bu
                                                  X
                                                  X
                          Strategic partnering with commercial partnersPublic partnering ( shared services ) with other authoritiesReviewing
                 5500                                                    do comments above things we do. Including with the Health prac
                          We are planning for major changes in how weSeethings and in what - we are working closely smarter workingsecto
                                                  X
                                                                        Implement shared services in Cornwall
                          Reviewing fees & chargesShared servicesEfficiency reviewsReduction in staffingCouncil and assess
                                                  X
                                                                        Shared service arrangements are currently either establish
                          Closer commissioning arrangements with the PCT for social services; Sub-regional working - for ex
                                                  X

                                                     X                     The County has agreed an approach where all areas are reviewed i
                             A full set of our proposed budget papers can be found at http://www.cumbria.gov.uk/councilmeetings/committees/




           -200 (3 yrs)                                                      and looking already share services to free up resources to protect
                             We are constantly reviewing existing activitiesAlthough we at new ways of workingwith schools.
                                                               X

                                                                          The efficiencies placed so far, realized cash residents as one
                            The Council has a strong track record of identifyingCouncil hasand has, delivery of VFM to backed efficiencies
                                                               X
           unknown                                                        The Local Strategic Partnership‟s resource in a programme
                            The Local Strategic Partnership‟s resource advisory group has already had success advisory group i
                                                   X
                            1. Reviewing the service offer and focusing on Variety compulsory redundencies next service closer view of how
                                                                          • key client or customer impact and joint year.
           We can't give guarantees but, through careful planning, we hope to avoidof joint commissioning intended.2. Eveninitiatives with hea
                                                   X
               3500                                                       We are in the process of appointing a Joint develop inhouse capac
                            Rather than seek an external private sector transformation partner, Enfield has decided toDirector of Public Health
                                                   X
                                                                           reducing the number of managerial posts by 275 over the next 6 mo
                            ECC announced on 1/2/10 that it is looking at Sharing services is one the options that we are currently exploring a



                                                                             As part of the Council‟s corporate strategy to meet the fina
                             The Council is undertaking a series of initiatives to save money and to improve service efficiency and effectivenes
                 3000                              X                         Trading delayering etcBringing Emergency Duty Team in placeJoin
                             Management structures leading to fewer managers by Standards in placeJointsupport services together to reduce

                                                                        Hampshire County a public spending slowdown and planned reduct
                              Hampshire County Council has been preparing for some time for Council already has existing well-developed sha
           Subject to policy decision             X
                                       We                     working to transform customer services, corporate services andand way we commission a
                     no detailed projectionshave already been X                     We‟re in discussions with NHS Havering the other East London bo
                     not known         Shared services arrangements proposed for back office areas. Will be joint arrangement with Here
                                                              X
                          8186         A major business transformation programme („Council for the Future‟) has been launched in order to reduce costs
                                                              X                     As part of our shared managed services (SMS) programme the ten




                                                             X                      Currently sharing a Director of its costs. A few examples are:15 a
                                       The Council has an extensive and ambitious programme of actions to reduceHighways and Transportation and pe
                           8400                                                     Some of in our answers do is shown and to be innovative in finding
                                       We will continue to modernise our services, as implied what we plan toto Q4 above, in answer to questions 4 and
                                                             X

                           7000                             the                 The Council will use service delivery relationships with the way acc
                                       The Council now facesX prospect of a substantial medium term budget deficit if it does not change partners it do


                                                                X                       Furthering joint working arrangements with District CouncilsReviewi
                                        Lancashire County Council is undertaking/considering/planning the following:Joint Commissioning of servicesIncr
                         -10%                                                           Limited discussions Joint commissioning and procurement * bu
                                        * New ways of working X reducing accommodation requirements *on-going with partner organisations, Pr
                                                                and
                                        Significant review of organisational efficiency designed to save £8m per annum,locally andredesign oflevel, but pla
                     6750 (in 3 years) (excluding LSC transfers)X                       We are working with our partners including at County corporate s
                          5200          Creating single supportX                                                                News
                                                                                        The Council is exploring with other agencies share services / st
                                                                 services to be more effective and achieve greater efficiencies.
 to ways of workingonmo

                           4700                              X                       estate and employing new as yet.In discussions with PCT (NHS); P
                                       New operating methods to reduce reliance on At an early stage of pursuit technology and working from home cultu
                     ?                                       X                      There are already agreements with the PCT will require the City Co
                                       To reduce forecast spending to be able to be contained within forecast available resourcesand both organisations

          12500 approx                                                          Greater Manchester has led the way in how us lots of work toget
                                     The work we are doing with technology and improving customer services givescouncils canscope to d
                                                            X
                          3900                              and                 Staff cost Review existing assets to achieve greater utilisation or d
                                      Implement pay freeze X review employee allowancessavings arising from joint commissioning, shared services
                                     The Merton Transformation Programme is a programme the Transformation Project'. Merton Council LB Sutton
                                                            X                   relating to of work aimed at transforming
                     1800 'Based on 30% reduction as per previous announcements We have recently implemented a shared HR service with between n

                           2200                               X                        the local PCT;Pay freezes and sufficiently to place an accurate est
                                       Further Joint working on adult social care withIdeas have not been developed review of incremental entitlement;Lo
                                                              X                       We are through major transformation programme, including manag
                                       The council has already achieved substantial savings discussing opportunities with significant partner organisation

                                                                               We already underway on new blueprint for companies, he
                                       All suggestions mentioned in question. Consultation work in partnership with privatedelivering servi
                                                          X


                           1400                             X                        The council is committed to third sectors will continue to be a stron
                                       Recommissioning of services, utilising capacity within both the private andseeking opportunities to share functions

                           5989                                                We already share a number ways of working whole range
                                       The scale of the changes is such that nothing is sacrosanct and new of services with aare being loo
                                                           X

          approx 15000                                                              Share ICT platform with differently; Supported to be held disc
                                     New ways of working: Organised differently; Prepared to think and behaveDurham County Council, able to wo
                                                           X
                                     Looking for accurate forward projections at the present time.
                                                                                    Back non-frontline services
                    It is not possible to provide greater efficiencies particularly in office functions and we would be looking to achieve s
                                                           X
                                     Changes to terms and conditions                 essential car user allowance, and discussions
                    Estimated reduction 1000 - 1500 jobs approximately– removal ofUnsure - ongoing developmentchanges to mileage rates, reduction
                                                           X
                                     Various shared serviceX
                    Possible estimated reduction of 500                             Work is ongoing with partners outlined above ie PCT, local authoriti
                                                            initiatives with partners including neighbouring authorities, PCTs, sub regional etc. Strate
                          5324                                                                              
We
                                                                                    MAYBE It is possible.
 rather than a freeze.In the pre-budget r
                                     All suggestions mentioned in the question, though pay -inflation is reduced already have significant joint working w




                                                              X                       The council are looking into shared 3 years which with other counc
                                       The Council will be carrying out a series of Value for Money reviews over the nextservice optionsare expected to r

                                      on level of savings required and political decisions
                                                                                     See above Q6
                     Will be dependentCross Cutting Reviews: Looking at what we deliver, how we deliver and to whom and at what cost with an emphas

                           -200                                                                                                           P
                                                                                    Joint commissioning commissioning priorities, methods ofossible
                                       1. Joint commissioningX care services with local NHS, 
 Reviewing of care services with local NHS
 delive
                                                             of                              2.



                                        Possible changes to Terms and Conditions, joint commissioning of services, Changes to management layers, vol
cy Savings, transformation agenda etc (see below).           X
                          13000                              X
                                        JOINT COMMISSIONINGSHARED SERVICESLEAN PROCESSESIT ENABLED STAFF AND PROCESSES
                3000                              to                     The value for already involved in a number the achievement arran
                            The Council continues X strive to achieve greater Council ismoney across its services and of shared service of sa

              2900                             X                       chargesJoint CommissioningReviewing Procurement
                         Reducing back office support costs.Review of Joint working and delvivery of services with Health Service in some
                                                with BT South Tyneside welldeliver a number non-school partnership with BT Southfin
                                                                       next as our shared service back office services, including IT, T
          Need to lose around 350afull time equivalent posts over Aswho 18 months fromof ourstrategic budget.
                         We have partnershipX
Approx 4500                                                           Joint commissioning arrangements with the PCT; Building o
                          All of those mentioned in the question; Procurement savings; Council Efficiency Programme; Imple
                                               X
              1666                             X                      We are examining shared back office services (e.g., financ
                         The council is embarking on a transformation project by streamlining work processes. A key element will be to up



                                                 X                     * already is already a Council corporate director* Joint commission
                            * Major improvement and efficiency programmePCT CE pursued* Underpinned by substantial element of systems

          > 20%                                                             Comment: Through continuing to strengthen the Local services ac
                            All of the above. In addition there will be a comprehensive programme of „root and branch‟ reviews ofStrategic Pa
                                                    X
                                                    X                       District Councils in Suffolk are already pairing revenue generation,
                            Structural re-design, service reviews, collaborative working with other public sector partners,up with each other to

                6500        Joint commissioning ofX                       Surrey pay freezes, reducing back office activities in conjunction w
                                                    services, increasing charges, is looking to rationalisemanagement layers, service shifts (re
                1850                                                      Shared Human Resources as back with / front office borough - £5
                            We have already generated significant efficiencies through projects such Servicesofficeneighbouring re-engineerin
                                                   X
                2400                               X                      The Council New Ways of Working which allows staff to work more
                            The Council is currently undergoing a major project namedis in discussions with other services to explore use of s

                2255                                                  This is part of the Service Review work programme underw
                                                                                                                            Programme o
                                                                                                                            

                            Reviewing management Structures – de-layering/flattening/streamlining/elimination of departments

                                              X

                 1300                                  X                      Already do.
                               Joint commissioning, some charges, restructuring, ceasing to provide some functions, increasing income, more w
                               There are essentially five options open to the authority to savewill explore maintaining we do for political choi
                                                                              The authority money services, which are subject to believe tha
          it is not possible to say at this stage. This number upon decisions made upon individual while options butservices notlocal people;
                                                       X


                             We                      X                     Sharing senior posts One Organisation, One Team
          Too early to indicate. are in the midst of a Transformation Programme with themes ofwith the NHS - saving £200,000Culture, One C

               2665                               X                       We the coming to share joint working with public PCT, (discusse
                           The new ways of working we are considering overare planningyears are services with Warringtonsector Cheshire P
                           1. 20% downsizing by X 2013 include de-layering, systematic deletion of savings on improved efficiencies in2. Pay
                                                                           is “Total Place” vehicle focussing fall
          Reuction but degree depends on extent to which commissioning1. pursued anywhere anyposts, planned workforce strategy.
Child  

               1450                               X                       Expected to 1% £110k via of our services with other Councils ove
                           Pay freeze assumed for 2010-11 with pay increases undersavefor the rest sharedmedium term financial strategy; R
                                                                          The County Council is leading an initiative between of 8 Councils i
                           We have already saved £33m through a host of organisational reforms including the developmenttheinternal shar
                                                  X
               2500                                             *
                                                                
         Move to unified public UK, we in Westminster:
  
Westminster has to
                           Major re-organisation of the council:
 Like many councils across theservices are facing difficult choices on how re
                                                  X
                                                                          We are looking at pooling resources its services.
 economies of
                                                                                                                             We
          Not Calculated The Authority is looking at a number of different options to save money and deliverto achieve better are using our
                                                  X
               5000                                                       The Council of scale generated by the new opportunities with relev
                           Efficiency measures have followed on from the economies is exploring Total Place fundingUnitary Council. We ar
                                                  X
                                                  X                       Lean systems methods, use of cloud computing/virtual desktops, b
                           All of the above examples plus introduction of Examples are many (we already share ca £12mn) a year of services


                            now?                                 X          We recently considered this when reviewing how office) to see how
          Say 500 less than All of the above, plus:- A detailed review of the value for money of services (front line and back we approach the p
               4412                                  X                      Shared Services back office Councils.Joint Commissioning and ali
                            Better integrated services through joint commissioning, shared with Districtservices, shared front line services, join
               2916         Joint commissioning ofX                         Early stages structures - delayering,Centralising support functions,
                                                     services,Rationalised management of exploring partnering options with health; Exploring o
 rtnership procurement process – difficult to estimate at this stage



 seeks to identify opportunities that provide financial efficiencies. No specific plans at this point in time.
 vings. Currently assessing the scope for shared services.

ocial care and health commissioningShared back office and some specialist front line services with neighbouring local authorities or other public sector bo


ensive shared services with local health and other public sector providers in the region. Expect that this will develop further, one consideration will be how

                                      No
ve procurements with other Councils
 immediate plans for major move into shared service with other Councils although all Councils in Berkshire are wo
                        *Registration and Nationality, £50-60K annually (already in place, interested in interviews with Registrar if you want to look at a sha
en in place for a while)




strict Councils, and the Fire and Rescue Authority have been exploring sharing services and establishing a Joint Venture Company with a private sector pa

Health & Social Care servicesShared services with other authoritiesToo early to indicate the potential savings
                 

                 The
s is progressing.
 Council estimates that its spending power will reduce by some 20% over the next five years – so in the region of £70-£80 million.

 ices are being considered We already have comprehensive shared service arrangements with colleagues from Bedford Borough Council.During this finan


ion and shared services models across the public sector within Bradford and between us and neighbouring councils on a range of issu

 we are working closely with the Health sector already and we do expect to work up more joint delivery and shared services. We are also working with the
ervices in Cornwall Council and assess the possibility of other organisations utilising elements of those shared services. Estimate savin
 gements are currently either established or in development in the areas of: Revenues and Benefits; Human Resources; Fraud Investig

 an approach where all areas are reviewed in priority order to consider the opportunities for Shared Services.This is set out in a report to our Cabinet on th




are services with schools.

ed delivery of VFM to residents as one of its top three priorities and therefore has an open mind as to opportunities to work in partner
artnership‟s resource advisory group is looking at alignment of budgets and strategies between partners in the East Riding with a view
                                                              •
 sioning and joint service initiatives with health colleagues.
Shared back office opportunities with neighbouring councils but also health, police and fire (e
f appointing a Joint Director of Public Health and a Head of Commissioning with NHS Enfield. We are also working through the North London Strategic A
the options that we are currently exploring at the moment. However, it is too early to be able to say how much this could potentially save and what specific



 l‟s corporate strategy to meet the financial challenges ahead, the possibility of sharing services with other public sector bodies is bein
aceJoint Emergency Duty Team in placeJoint commissioning with PCT Use of framework agreements for particular contractsJoint LEP for BSFShared use

ncil already has existing well-developed shared services with schools, police and fire authorities and is also seeking to explore further opportunities for sha
 h NHS Havering and other East London boroughs. It‟s too early to identify specific projects or savings.

anaged services (SMS) programme the ten district and borough councils and the Hertfordshire Police Authority have signed up to the Framework agreem




ctor of Highways and Transportation and a Director of Legal Services with a neighbouring borough with savings of over £100k.Further plans and initiatives
o do is shown in answer to questions 4 and 6. We don‟t yet have an expected savings target from this, but we would estimate savings in the £tens of millio

 vice delivery relationships with partners accorss all sectors where they add value.


 arrangements with District CouncilsReviewing key services provided to see how greater efficiencies / better outcomes can be delivered through greater p
on-going with partner organisations, but it is clear that there will be a need for greater collaboration with partners in the future. Too e
r partners locally and at County level, but planning is at an early stage.We make use of region-wide procurement contracts.
  with other agencies to share services on strategic asset management, Industrial and Commercial Property, Research and Intelligence, Resilience, Audit,

suit as yet.In discussions with PCT (NHS); Police and District Councils.
 ments with the PCT and both organisations have agreed and are committed to work together to further reduce costs.

s led the way in how councils can work together for the benefit of all our residents. This was seen most recently when Greater Manchester was granted cit
 g from joint commissioning, shared services and locations, and joint appointments with partners, particularly health partners, estimated at approximately £
mented a shared HR service with LB Sutton. We are currently exploring the possibility of a shared building control service with Sutton and collaboration w

 veloped sufficiently to place an accurate estimate on the savings to be delivered.
ortunities with significant partner organisations in the City and with other councils in the region. The Council has recently set up a joint company with Eaga

partnership with private companies, health, voluntary organisations and other councils to plan and provide services and where possible


 d to seeking opportunities to share functions with other public sector bodies wherever possible. This sharing will range from office buildings, IT systems to

number of services with a whole range of partners but most are „ad hoc‟. Discussions are on-going with other councils, PCT, Police an

with Durham County Council, held discussions with other local authorities, merged seven councils into one within Northumberland.
 and we would be looking to achieve savings in the order of 10%.
opment and discussions
 rtners outlined above ie PCT, local authorities, existing private sector partners, to investigate options for shared services across a range of functionsSavin

We

 already have significant joint working with the PCT (one of the largest joint budgets in England & Wales) for Adult Services and also with the voluntar




 into shared service options with other councils for various back office support functions.Savings - TBD.



                                Possible sharing with other authorities.
ork is at early stages – specific savings from this area of work
 of care services with local NHS
                                       W
                                                                        

                                                                                           

                                                                                           Project Transform: is a partnership between Solihull MBC, Co
nvolved in a number of shared service arrangements with other local authorities, including:


 ery of services with Health Service in some areas. But this is being done to improve services not to save money/
ervice strategic partnership with BT South Tyneside Ltd, we are involved in a number of projects, including one of the 13 Total Place pilots with Sunderlan
arrangements with the PCT; Building on existing joint working with other local authorities; Collaborative working and procurement wi
 ared back office services (e.g., finance, HR, procurement) with other local authorities as part of our Delivering Excellence programme



Council corporate director* Joint commissioning already with PCT* Joint provision being planned with PCT* Range of collaborative services already with 9

ntinuing to strengthen the Local Strategic Partnership and greater co-ordination of the Local Area Agreement, the City council aims to work collaboratively
olk are already pairing up with each other to share staff, service delivery. The County Council has also started to share specialist staff with Districts as a w

onalise back office activities in conjunction with districts, police.Also developing proposals for shared use of buildings.
                                                                                         
A
ces Services with neighbouring borough - £500k saving between the two authorities.
 four authority consortium for waste disposal – saving to be ascerta
 sions with other services to explore use of shared services however these discussions are at too early a stage to estimate possible savings. The Council a

 rvice Review work programme underway.


plore options but we do not believe that shared services will offer a major contribution to cost reduction.


 h the NHS - saving £200,000

 e services with Warrington PCT, Cheshire Police and Fire Authorities. These processes are still under review and the amount saved from this method of
                                                                                                           

                                                                                                           2.
 focussing on improved efficiencies in Children‟s Services (including schools) with Solihull and Coventry.
 Shared Service solutions with any willing pub
  via shared services with other Councils over period of medium term financial strategy (2010-13)
eading an initiative between the 8 Councils in West Sussex which seeks to improve the customer experience whilst delivering substantial efficiency saving
ervices in Westminster:
 
Westminster has recently completed an audit of public spending in the city. In headline terms the audit has shown that more than
ng resources to achieve better economies of scale. We are working with our Primary Care Trust (PCT), and Local Strategic Partnership to help deliver our
  Total Place funding opportunities with relevant agencies. A pilot is being run during 2010-11. The Council has also initiated joint discussion with Health
  already share ca £12mn) a year of services across Berkshire. Will be looking at sharing CCTV services, provision of finance systems, printing, etc, exact


 this when reviewing how we approach the procurement of new ICT systems and did speak with other public sector organisation. However, in the end we
strict Councils.Joint Commissioning and joint provision with Health Sector.Purchasing consortium for school supplies, office supplies and utilities.Integrate
g partnering options with health; Exploring options for collaboration with other authorities to jointly deliver or procure services. No estimates of potential sa
ghbouring local authorities or other public sector bodiesIncrease community use of schools facilitiesJoint procurementReview existing public private partne


will develop further, one consideration will be how the Total Place project might be delivered in future years subject to consideration of the pilot report.

Councils although all Councils in Berkshire are working together through a joint panel including Senior Officers and Members to identify further options to
                                                                                                                                              

                                                                                                                                              *
terviews with Registrar if you want to look at a shared service in operation. Our Registrar is Chair of the London Association of Registrars).
 Internal Aud



g a Joint Venture Company with a private sector partner. Unfortunately this recently collapsed when three of the public sector partners pulled out.The Cou


 five years – so in the region of £70-£80 million.

es from Bedford Borough Council.During this financial year we have been part of a national pilot scheme called Total Place, with colleagues from the Bor


nd neighbouring councils on a range of issues e.g. Better use of public buildings, back office functions and buying in expertise. Too ea

nd shared services. We are also working with the other Local Authorities in West Yorkshire on shared services. This will cover back office services and
nts of those shared services. Estimate savings £10m +
 Benefits; Human Resources; Fraud Investigation; Waste Disposal; Procurement; Children's Services; Insurance

vices.This is set out in a report to our Cabinet on the 2nd February.http://www.cumbria.gov.uk/CouncilMeetings/Content/Public/2941/4020316449.pdf




 mind as to opportunities to work in partnership with others to improve service delivery and deliver cashbacked savings.
ween partners in the East Riding with a view to potential developments in partnership working in the future.
                                                                                                                        •
bouring councils but also health, police and fire (e.g. common or shared ICT platforms, shared procurement contracts).
Estimate of savings – very difficu
                                                                                                                             -
also working through the North London Strategic Alliance to investigate shared services. Areas for further discovery include:
environment regulation – bu
 much this could potentially save and what specific areas we would be looking at.However, ECC of course already shares a Chief Executive with Brentwo



rvices with other public sector bodies is being considered but it is too soon to report any decisions, plans and hence potential savings
or particular contractsJoint LEP for BSFShared use of assetsJoint procurement of waste disposal (Note that landfill tax escalator and landfill penalties will

                                                                                      
As
also seeking to explore further opportunities for sharing with other county councils. 
 part of the County Council‟s overall efficiency strategy detailed abo
uthority have signed up to the Framework agreement. This will enable them to join with the services being contracted by the County Council. The SMS p




 savings of over £100k.Further plans and initiatives are likely to be considered and progressed in future years. (See response to question 6).
but we would estimate savings in the £tens of millions for KCC by the end of year 5
 Some other examples:
Joint commissioning with the NHS
Public He
                                                                                     
                      -                                  -




etter outcomes can be delivered through greater pooling of resources and joining up service delivery arrangements across a broad range of public sector
aboration with partners in the future. Too early too guess at potential savings especially for a large authority which probably already
curement contracts.
 erty, Research and Intelligence, Resilience, Audit, Legal Services, Access Services, Equality and Diversity, Printing, Occupational Health, IT infrastructur




 ecently when Greater Manchester was granted city region status. 
 The
                                                                   
 deal means that Greater Manchester will have more powers and responsibilities d
ularly health partners, estimated at approximately £300,000
ding control service with Sutton and collaboration with other SW London boroughs on school improvement and other specialist functions. In addition our t


uncil has recently set up a joint company with Eaga to bid for shared service opportunities.

plan and provide services and where possible share skills, resources and assets. We plan to continue to develop this approach through


aring will range from office buildings, IT systems to procurement of services and equipment.

on-going with other councils, PCT, Police and others to see if there are further opportunities and how these can be delivered in a more

ouncils into one within Northumberland.


r shared services across a range of functionsSavings are to be worked up and are not yet estimated
                                                                                           
We
 ales) for Adult Services and also with the voluntary sector for provision of Day Services.
 provide audit for Thames Valley Police and Buckinghamshir




ges – specific savings from this area of work not yet identified.
nsform: is a partnership between Solihull MBC, Coventry City Council and Warwickshire County Council to design, construct and operate waste treatment


 ng one of the 13 Total Place pilots with Sunderland and Gateshead councils. Total place is about public sector organisations working together to focus co
; Collaborative working and procurement with other Hampshire Authorities; Street Lighting PFI with Hampshire County Council and W
part of our Delivering Excellence programme. We are also looking at opportunities for shared accommodation with partners operating



CT* Range of collaborative services already with 9 other councils in Greater Manchester (including many areas of joint procurement). Will grow.

ment, the City council aims to work collaboratively with all sectors, including other public organisations, the private sector and voluntary and community se
started to share specialist staff with Districts as a way to save money for the benefit of council tax payer. The County already provides internal audit to so


nsortium for waste disposal – saving to be ascertained

Health – Joint Commissioning for Learning Disabilities Services by the Council on behalf of the Co
a stage to estimate possible savings. The Council also has 4 jointly funded posts with the PCT where Director of Adult Social Care are also senior manage




review and the amount saved from this method of working is yet to be determined. We are also taking part in the Total Place Initiative project and are loo
  

  2.                                                                        

                                                                            3.
y.
 Shared Service solutions with any willing public body in the sub-region.
 Outsource individual service provision functions (again with A. N. Other p

 ence whilst delivering substantial efficiency savings by closer joint working. The initiative is known as “ Better Together”.
 There are 4 areas of focus for th
headline terms the audit has shown that more than £1.6 billion is spent by public bodies delivering key services in the city. A figure of £150 million is spent
and Local Strategic Partnership to help deliver our efficiency programme, through a mixture of joint procurement. Commissioning and shared services..
          
W
uncil has also initiated joint discussion with Health and the Police Authority with a view to the sharing of back office functions and assets. Over the medium
s, provision of finance systems, printing, etc, exact estimates are difficult as the focus is on lots of small scale work that is deliverable quickly rather than b


 ublic sector organisation. However, in the end we concluded that this was not the best option at this time.Going forward nothing has been agreed in this r
chool supplies, office supplies and utilities.Integrated property asset management.Too early to quantify additional savings.Total Place projects, starting wit
 r or procure services. No estimates of potential savings yet made.
t procurementReview existing public private partnerships


ears subject to consideration of the pilot report.

Officers and Members to identify further options to share services
Specifically options being discussed for shared services – reprographics, economic deve
                                     
*
 London Association of Registrars).
 Internal Audit
  *Residential placement procurement 
  *Transport – fleet purchase
*Cemeteries (shared ownership/upk



ee of the public sector partners pulled out.The Council is now evaluating alternative courses of action, which may involve partnerships/sharing with other p




 e called Total Place, with colleagues from the Borough of Luton.This project is designed to bring together not only local authorities but all publically funde


ce functions and buying in expertise. Too early to quantify savings but anticipate £10 million over 3 – 5 year period.

services. This will cover back office services and front line services where we are looking to develop and expand on our already very efficient and effectiv

 's Services; Insurance

eetings/Content/Public/2941/4020316449.pdf




nd deliver cashbacked savings.

                 •
ment contracts).
Estimate of savings – very difficult to be precise at this stage.
                      -                                                                             -                                      -
her discovery include:
environment regulation – building control, trading standards, enforcement etc
training for employees and schools
grounds maint
rse already shares a Chief Executive with Brentwood Borough Council and there is also a long history of legal services collaboration in the region.



ecisions, plans and hence potential savings at this stage.
that landfill tax escalator and landfill penalties will significantly add to costs)

ty Council‟s overall efficiency strategy detailed above, the work of the Hampshire Senate will help to facilitate closer partnership working with a view to sha
ing contracted by the County Council. The SMS programme covers elements of HR, Finance, IT, Customer Services and facilities management (at main




 years. (See response to question 6).
   -                                  -                    -                                                                              -
es:
Joint commissioning with the NHS
Public Health strategy
working with District Councils on housing schemes for people with disabilities
Total Pla




angements across a broad range of public sector partnersStrategic partnership with a private sector partner (together with a range of public sector partne
or a large authority which probably already benefits from economies of scale

sity, Printing, Occupational Health, IT infrastructure, Procurement, Fleet management, Finance, HR strategy, and HR Administration and Payroll. The Co




                                                                                                                                                  

                                                                                                                                                  The
ester will have more powers and responsibilities devolved from central government – ensuring the region has much more of a say in its own destiny.


ent and other specialist functions. In addition our transformation work outlined above proposes that the possibility of sharing a number of services with oth




o continue to develop this approach through, for example, our key partnerships and joint working arrangements; specific area based p




es and how these can be delivered in a more systematic way. Such discussions are time consuming and complex given the number o




udit for Thames Valley Police and Buckinghamshire County Council, as well as Buckinghamshire‟s Gypsy & Traveller Service and we provide much of Ox
                                                                                                             

                                                                                                             Joint Waste Disposal Company: wholly own
 to design, construct and operate waste treatment facilities for 300,000 tonnes of residual waste per annum. 



c sector organisations working together to focus combined resources at specific priorities in specific areas, more effectively. The first Total Place project b
g PFI with Hampshire County Council and West Sussex County Council; Joint waste management contract
 ed accommodation with partners operating within Southend such as the PCT and Police. At this stage it is too early to forecast potent



y areas of joint procurement). Will grow.

the private sector and voluntary and community sector. The outcome of this will result in „more for less‟
. The County already provides internal audit to some districts and the Police Authority.


bilities Services by the Council on behalf of the Council and the PCT. Significant savings already delivered mainly by providing supported living funded by
rector of Adult Social Care are also senior managers of the PCT




part in the Total Place Initiative project and are looking at opportunities for shared services with other Greater Manchester authorities.
                                                                                                                 

                                                                                                                 4.
ervice provision functions (again with A. N. Other public body if the outsource deal makes business sense).
 Financing with Central Government Depar

Better Together”.
                                                  1.
                    There are 4 areas of focus for this initiative…
 Integrated customer access arrangements including single access points and shared co
 ervices in the city. A figure of £150 million is spent on benefit payments alone to residents every year. These figures made the business case for unified p
curement. Commissioning and shared services..
       Whilst we haven‟t yet set a formal target in this area they are expected to contribute significantly to our a
                                                     

 back office functions and assets. Over the medium term savings will be expected to exceed £20 million.
  scale work that is deliverable quickly rather than big old style outsourcing deals.


 e.Going forward nothing has been agreed in this regard, however, nothing has been ruled out so if working with other public sector organisation makes go
additional savings.Total Place projects, starting with review of services to 18-24year olds, not in education employment or training (NEETs)
                                                                              Many services have been shared across Berkshire for over 10 years incl
or shared services – reprographics, economic development, IT disaster recovery

 leet purchase
*Cemeteries (shared ownership/upkeep already in place)
                                               *Occupational Health services

                                                                       *Occupational therapy - Equipment joint stores
                            Co
                                                                                                                                                  




which may involve partnerships/sharing with other public sector bodies.




er not only local authorities but all publically funded services, to collectively evaluate levels of funding in an area and to consider ways of working jointly in


on over 3 – 5 year period.

nd expand on our already very efficient and effective West Yorkshire Joint Services which deliver trading standards across the county.We have extensivel




                                     -              It
aining for employees and schools
grounds maintenance
 is too early to say what savings can be expected – this will need to identified in the discovery
f legal services collaboration in the region.




                                                                                                       

                                                                                                       The
ilitate closer partnership working with a view to sharing services and achieving greater efficiencies. 
 Hampshire Senate is a voluntary partnership ma
omer Services and facilities management (at main sites). Annual saving target for the County Council is £2.1m.We are working with Health to jointly deve




                                        -
 ng schemes for people with disabilities
Total Place, where we will look to share front-office, back-office, assessment services and property assets with p




rtner (together with a range of public sector partners)


ategy, and HR Administration and Payroll. The Council already shares some services with partners but are seeking to increase the volume.The Council e




                                             

                                             The
on has much more of a say in its own destiny.
 agreement unites the Association of Greater Manchester Authorities (AGMA) behind one formal arrang

 possibility of sharing a number of services with other boroughs and partners are explored. Further details are in Appendix 2 and 3 of the cabinet report o




working arrangements; specific area based property and asset reviews; exploring opportunities to share support services; developing




 onsuming and complex given the number of organisations and a variety of aims. At this stage, no estimate has been made of saving




sy & Traveller Service and we provide much of Oxford City Council‟s ICT
     

     Joint Waste Disposal Company: wholly owned company jointly owned with Coventry City Council for the disposal of waste arising from the two auth
num. 



as, more effectively. The first Total Place project being looked at in this three areas South of Tyne partnership is focused around alcohol and drugs misus

 t this stage it is too early to forecast potential budget savings.




 red mainly by providing supported living funded by NHS capital in place of residential care. Further savings in future – estimated to be around £500k – th




 eater Manchester authorities.
     

     4.
 se).
 Financing with Central Government Departments / Quango‟s on how they can rebuild service functions with us to improve efficiencies.

                                                                   2.                                                                        3.
ments including single access points and shared contact centres.
 Joined up service delivery in areas such as waste collection and disposal
 Shared su
These figures made the business case for unified public services.
   The
                                                                    
 public spending audit work identified areas where funding for public services can be
 ey are expected to contribute significantly to our annual savings requirement of around £7million for the next 5 years.




king with other public sector organisation makes good sense then it would be seriously considered.
on employment or training (NEETs)
een shared across Berkshire for over 10 years including education library service, archives, sensory needs support for children, legal services Children‟s S
                 *Occupational Health services

ment joint stores
                             Contact Martin Gavin, Snr Communication Officer, 020 8937 1067
                                               





n an area and to consider ways of working jointly in order to save money and improve service.The Luton and Central Bedfordshire Pilot has focused on the




g standards across the county.We have extensively outsources services already and have combined procurement on a number of functions with a range o




ected – this will need to identified in the discovery work and any subsequent business case.




e Hampshire Senate is a voluntary partnership made up of the County Council Leader, leaders of all 11 borough and district councils; the chairmen of Pol
s £2.1m.We are working with Health to jointly develop intermediate care services and are exploring the feasibility of including the Wheelchair Service with




e, assessment services and property assets with public and voluntary sector agencies




are seeking to increase the volume.The Council expects to save approximately £3m over the next four years.




ester Authorities (AGMA) behind one formal arrangement. The pilot has been the subject of extensive discussions since the Chancellor announced the M

ails are in Appendix 2 and 3 of the cabinet report of 14 December 2009 http://www.merton.gov.uk/democratic_services/ds-agendas/ds-fpreports/870.pdf. A




nities to share support services; developing a compact with parish and town councils and devolved management of community assets




stage, no estimate has been made of savings but it is clear that any savings will be a tiny percentage of what is required in overall ter
                                                             

l for the disposal of waste arising from the two authorities.
Sub-Regional Framework for the Provision of Fostering Services (External) - shared with Cove


ership is focused around alcohol and drugs misuse and services affected by this.South Tyneside is already committed to a major Strategic Waste Partner




                                                                                                                                                  

                                                                                                                                                  Part
 ings in future – estimated to be around £500k – though these are shared with health and are partly obscured by underlying demographic pressures. 





nctions with us to improve efficiencies.

                                      3.                                      4.                      The
such as waste collection and disposal
 Shared support services such as IT 
 Shared procurement
 Councils are now embarking on the implementat
fied areas where funding for public services can be brought together, to improve services for residents and to give better value for money. A series of opti
                                                            RE3
eds support for children, legal services Children‟s Services
 Waste Disposal Management (Reading, Wokingham and Bracknell Forest) – 25 year agre




 and Central Bedfordshire Pilot has focused on the issues of integrated offender management and access to benefits. It proposes new models of joint wo




ocurement on a number of functions with a range of local authorities, generating considerable savings.




borough and district councils; the chairmen of Police and Fire Authorities; the Hampshire Primary Care Trust; the Hampshire Association of Local Counci
feasibility of including the Wheelchair Service with Equipment- at this stage it is to early to quantify the benefits.Other opportunities are being explored thro




                                                                                                       
 deal recognises the role of Greater Manche
iscussions since the Chancellor announced the Manchester City Region pilot as part of his April Budget.
The

cratic_services/ds-agendas/ds-fpreports/870.pdf. Adult Social Care will continue its shared services with the PCT and Health Authority through our S75 ag




devolved management of community assets. We have no fixed savings figures in relation to sharing services. However, we have alrea




percentage of what is required in overall terms. The area of greatest opportunity remains that of linking health with social care altho
f Fostering Services (External) - shared with Coventry and Warwickshire; achieves savings against “spot purchase” prices and economies of scale. Full im


ady committed to a major Strategic Waste Partnership with Gateshead and Sunderland councils. For other services, we are also keen to investigate oppo




                                           

cured by underlying demographic pressures. 
Partnership working with the police through the Safer Sutton Partnership has delivered savings of over £30




e Councils are now embarking on the implementation phase of the initiative and expect to be in a position to announce further details in the spring. Efficie
and to give better value for money. A series of options have been developed where greater collaboration will be explored. There are a number of projects
                                                                  

                                                                  Savings
 explicit savings target has been set for the work on shared services.
, Wokingham and Bracknell Forest) – 25 year agreement based on PFI
      No




ess to benefits. It proposes new models of joint working to both generate savings and increase effectiveness.




 Trust; the Hampshire Association of Local Councils; the Hampshire Economic Partnership; and the Hampshire Strategic Partnership. The voluntary and c
benefits.Other opportunities are being explored through our two tier Pathfinder project with the districts. This includes legal and audit services. The packa




  
 deal recognises the role of Greater Manchester as a key focus for national growth and in helping to create the conditions for national recovery in th
  The
t.


h the PCT and Health Authority through our S75 agreements.




to sharing services. However, we have already achieved £72m of efficiency savings in the last five years and are planning to deliver a




 that of linking health with social care although the savings are often longer term (e.g. by moving from dealing with acute “here and
ot purchase” prices and economies of scale. Full impact on savings to be reviewed at end of year one (this is a call off Framework - so prices paid under t


her services, we are also keen to investigate opportunities for different delivery models and service partnerships that will benefit the residents of South Ty




ton Partnership has delivered savings of over £300k since 2008 through replacing neighbourhood wardens with an anti-social behaviour team and other a




on to announce further details in the spring. Efficiency savings in excess of £3m are anticipated.
n will be explored. There are a number of projects underway with the potential for major service improvement and organisational streamlining. They involv
get has been set for the work on shared services. The above are not the only source of savings for the Council. However the Council estimates that to fu




                                                                                                                                         

                                                                                                                                         It
mpshire Strategic Partnership. The voluntary and community sector, the Regional Development Agency and the Armed Forces also have seats. 
 aims t
This includes legal and audit services. The packaging consortium arrangements we have with the District Councils has resulted in an increased income fr




                                                                                 

                                                                                 As
to create the conditions for national recovery in the aftermath of the recession.
 well as freeing Greater Manchester to bid jointly for funding where it is




last five years and are planning to deliver a further £33m from efficiency savings in the next two years.




moving from dealing with acute “here and now” issues to a more preventative approach).
                                                                                                                                             

his is a call off Framework - so prices paid under the Framework will be assessed against what we would normally pay under spot purchasing). 
Shared c


tnerships that will benefit the residents of South Tyneside.




ens with an anti-social behaviour team and other administrative efficiencies.




ment and organisational streamlining. They involve rethinking both front-line and support services to significantly increase collaboration between partners
 Council. However the Council estimates that to fund the growth in demand for services at a time of restriction in Government Grants it will need to find ar




                                        

                                        It
y and the Armed Forces also have seats. 
 aims to achieve better working, efficiency and co-ordination between public services. The Senate will ensure
ict Councils has resulted in an increased income from the sale of recyclable materials. The HCC element is approximately £275k per annum.




ter Manchester to bid jointly for funding where it is deemed appropriate, city region status also gives us concrete powers and devolved budgets.
                                       

d normally pay under spot purchasing). 
                                              

                                        Shared customer walk-in centre with the police
Procurement – pilot running with Coventry City Council since Jan




                                                                    

                                                                    Example (i) – Family Recovery: 

gnificantly increase collaboration between partners such as the NHS.
                               This
                                                                                                   
 project joins together local services that have
 triction in Government Grants it will need to find around £6m (around 10% of its curr




n between public services. The Senate will ensure that the leaders of all
nt is approximately £275k per annum.




concrete powers and devolved budgets.
– pilot running with Coventry City Council since January 2009, in consultation wit





 project joins together local services that have – until now
This


Council name                Council type                   Region               Received
Isle of Wight Council       Unitary Authority              South East England
Peterborough City Council   Unitary Authority              East of England
Salford City Council        Metropolitan Borough Council   North West England
Shropshire Council          Unitary Authority              West Midlands
                          Question 1: What is your anticipated overall budget increase/decrease for 2010/11 and how does it com
                Notes     07-08 for responses) 09-10 revenue budget 07-08 capital budget change capital budget
                                      08-09 revenue budget 10-11 revenue budget 08-09 capital budget
Received late (see separate sheetrevenue budget change (%)change (%)change (%)change (%)09-10 (%)change (%)change (%)
X                               3.75        7.56        4.47        3.42                -33.5      30.52
X                                 – 2010/11 -1.4
                NOTE for Q1 - NB 6.6         figures are indicative. 4.5
                                                          8.9                 83.6      -24.5        3.8
X                                 4.8         7.5         2.4        1.1         7        0.4        6.2
X               NOTE for Q1 - 2009/10 Revenue budget quoted "11% saving from unitary council". 2010/11 Revenue budget quote
                          n/a         n/a                  11       1.45 n/a       n/a        n/a
                                            Question increases in the spending areas, what are your anticipated revenue terms)
se/decrease for 2010/11 and how does it compare with2: In the followingprevious three years? (% increase/decrease in cash budget increases/decreases
                                            07-08 adult social services change social services change08-09 children's social services change (%)
                                                                    social services change social services social services change (%)
                                                                                 (%)        (%)         (%)        (%)
                     10-11 capital budget change (%) 08-09 adult 09-10 adult 10-11 adult 07-08 children'schange09-10 children's social services change
                          88.23                      4        10.8         -0.9        5.1       13.5       16.3         7.2
                           34.8                   -2.9        31.1       -13.7         4.5       17.6       23.2          31
                           17.6                    0.9        10.6            2       -7.9        6.5       13.6         4.7
                          45.41                   7.66         7.5          2.2      -0.59      10.95       11.9        9.06
anticipated revenue budget increases/decreases for 2010/11 and how do they compare with the previous three years? (% increase/decrease in cash term
                                 07-08 highways change (%) (%) 10-11 highways environmental servicesenvironmental services change (%)
                                             services change highways
                                                         09-10              07-08      08-09      09-10 change (%)change (%)
                                                                                                             10-11
                     10-11 children's social 08-09 highways change (%)change (%)change (%) environmental servicesenvironmental services change (%
                            3.4         0.7        28.3         1.2   -20.3        0.7          4          1        6.9
                           22.4        16.1          4.2       -9.2   -15.3        9.9       12.3       -1.3      -18.9
                           -4.1         2.8         -6.3       -7.7    -3.1       -2.7       16.4          0       -3.9
                           2.51 n/a          n/a         n/a          -4.91 n/a        n/a        n/a             -2.25
                     Question 3: Excluding schools, what do you expect to be the overall reduction in spending in real terms in the next 3-5 y
                     Increase in No (%)
                                 spending             5-10%      10-15%      15-20%       20-25%     25-30%
10-11 environmental services change change 0-5% reduction reduction reduction reduction reduction reduction
                                                                 X
                                                                 X
                                                                 X
                                                      X
                                               3-5 years? Which X next to areas to you think are most vulnerable
eduction in spending in real terms in the next Question 4:(Put an spending whichever would be your best estimate)to the squeeze on spending in the next 3
                       More than 30% reduction              services Children's social services
                                                                                   Egs           Highways services Environmental services
                                               Adult socialEgs of adult social servicesof children's socialEgs of highways
                                               X                                                 X
                                               X                      X
                                                           Pressures relating to demographic growth and an ageing population
                                               X                      X            Pressures relating to the need to place children in in network
                                                                                                 X           Deterioration in in highways care moving to the ad
                                                                                                                         X
                                                           Budget pressures re adults with learning difficulties, increasesthechildren other authority establish
                                               X                      X            changing/tightening eligibility Maintenance
                                                                                                 X            demand
                                                           changing/tightening eligibility criteria to reduceRoadscriteria to reduce demand
ulnerable to the squeeze on spending in the next 3-5 years? (Put an X next to whichever apply) Can you give any more specific examples of services likel
                                 Economic development
                                            Egs of      Planning Egs of
                      Egs of environmental serviceseconomic developmentplanning           Egs        Libraries
                                                                               Homelessness of homelessness Egs of libraries
                                                                                                     X

                               X           Lack disposal
                                                      X             to help fund regeneration
                     Costs associated with wasteof capital receiptsIncome budgets re Planning fees, building control, rental income
                                                                                                    X           Seen as lower priority and less "essenti
u give any more specific examples of services likely to be vulnerable?
                      Leisure               Arts
                                Egs of leisure                                  Egs of voluntary organisationsother
                                                                                           Other
                                                         Egs of arts Voluntary organisations          Egs of
                      X                     X                        X                     X          SUPPORT SERVICES

uilding control, rental income
                        X                  X            Seen as lower priority and less "essential", but are crucial to
                                                                    X           Reduction in grant aid.
                                 Seen as lower priority and less "essential", but are crucial to the tourism econemy. the tourism econemy.
                                 Question 6: What new ways of working are planning to share services you other in the way youto
                                                         time equivalent) do       have now and how save money public sector p
Question 5: Excluding schools, how many employees (fullQuestion 7: Are you you planning in order to do with expect that number bo
           In 3-5
Now employees years employees                                       No share Outline
                                 New ways of working Yes share services services
    2400         2000            Transformation- flexible working – shared service centre for all transactional activities- service red
                                                        X                       Reviewing joint commissioning, integrated provider
    5547 Reduction                                      X                       See Question 6
                                 Continue with an ambitious saving programme to delivery sustainable efficiencies around flexible
    8355         7955            Specificall            X                       We are working with our Greater Manchester
    8340         7000                                   X
                                 The main key to protecting frontline services will be to take out waste and duplication from the tot
Reviewing joint commissioning, integrated provider services and sharing support services e.g. procurement, Legal, property, Personnel,Finance.Too early

We are working with our Greater Manchester partners on developing a programme of collaborative service projects across 10 service a
ent, Legal, property, Personnel,Finance.Too early to estimate savings.

borative service projects across 10 service areas.

				
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