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					                                            Apr            May           Jun         Jul         Aug        Sep         Oct         Nov          Dec         Jan         Feb         Mar

             Variance 2009/10               -£42,951      £219,276      £137,603   £196,202     £243,290    £220,884    £279,661    £251,828     £188,834    £290,470    £214,199
             Variance 2010/11                -£6,262       £17,189      -£83,444   -£31,556    -£103,464     £95,800    £137,885    £164,076     £246,340




                                                                     Comparison of Variances 2010/11 to 2009/10
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                                Apr     May              Jun            Jul          Aug           Sep            Oct         Nov         Dec          Jan         Feb         Mar
                 2010/11    -£6,262    £17,189         -£83,444       -£31,556     -£103,464     £95,800     £137,885    £164,076     £246,340
                 2009/10    -£42,951   £219,276        £137,603      £196,202      £243,290      £220,884    £279,661    £251,828     £188,834    £290,470    £214,199




Appendix 1                                                                                                                                                                                 Page 1
                                            General Fund Budget Monitoring - Summary of Predicted Variances as at December 2010
                                                             F
                                                             o                             Predicted Variances (£,000)
                                                             r (200)           (Adverse)                                                                               Favourable
                                                                       (150)      (100)     (50)                       0                               50        100      150         200   250
                                                             £
                                            Communities                                                                        5
Communities &




                                           Food & Safety                                                                   2
                                                                                                                                             29
   People




                       Housing Advice & Homelessness
                                       Housing Enabling                                                                    1

                                               Licensiing                                                                               21

                             Pollution & Private Housing                                                         (8)

                                    Revenues & Benefits                                                                             19

                                                     Legal                                                                         15

                                                       ICT                                                                                        35
   Corporate




                                                  Finance                                                                                                                       155

                                                 Property                                                                          14

                                              Democratic                                                                       5

                                                Elections                                                                                    28

                                                     Audit                                                                 0

                                                 Harbour                                                                                          36
Facilities &
 Business




                                                    CCTV                                                                   0
                                        Leisure & Events                                           (26)
                                      Customer Services                                                                        5
                                                  Pavilion                                                                               25
                                            Bereavement                                                                    3
Gover-




                                      Human Resources                                                                                              41
nance




                               Corporate Comunications                                                                         5
                            Performance & Improvement                                                            (6)
                                          Waste & Depot                                                   (15)
Local
Envir




                                   Parks & Open Spaces                                                                     1
                                                  Parking     (188)
                                             Engineering                                                                   2
                              Development Management                                                                                                   44
Regen &




                                       Strategic Planning                                                                                                   65
 Sust




                      Economic & Tourism Development                                           (31)
                                  Regeneration Services                                                                        7
                South Dorset Building Control Partnership                                                                           19


                       General Fund Net Total                                                                                                                                               246
2010/11 REVENUE BUDGET MONITORING REPORT
EXPENDITURE & INCOME SUMMARY AS AT 30th DECEMBER 2010

                                    % of                   Budget to     Actual to                        Full Year    Predicted
                                                                                       Variance to Date                              Variance at Year End
                Service            Council                   Date          Date                            Budget       Outturn
                                                                                              £                                               £
                                   Budget                     £             £                                 £            £

Communities & People                         Expenditure    25,192,237    28,910,996     -3,718,759 (A) 35,209,813      37,919,925      -2,710,112    (A)
                                             Income        -23,430,669   -25,274,236      1,843,567 (F) -31,681,241    -34,460,646       2,779,405    (F)
                                    29%      Total           1,761,568     3,636,760     -1,875,192 (A)   3,528,572      3,459,279          69,293    (F)

Corporate                                    Expenditure     2,442,983    -1,383,172     3,826,155 (F)     2,498,743     2,280,964        217,779     (F)
                                             Income         -2,821,184    -4,119,213     1,298,029 (F)    -3,600,435    -3,634,681         34,246     (F)
                                    -9%      Total            -378,201    -5,502,385     5,124,184 (F)    -1,101,692    -1,353,717        252,025     (F)

Facilities & Business Operations             Expenditure     5,987,234     5,551,152       436,082 (F)     7,348,243     7,231,642        116,601     (F)
                                             Income         -3,744,632    -3,091,581      -653,051 (A)    -4,522,605    -4,448,997        -73,608     (A)
                                    23%      Total           2,242,602     2,459,571      -216,969 (A)     2,825,638     2,782,645         42,993     (F)

Governance                                   Expenditure      936,223       837,661         98,562 (F)     1,241,492    1,201,720          39,772     (F)
                                             Income          -259,329      -205,470        -53,859 (A)      -302,958     -302,958               0     (F)
                                     8%      Total            676,894       632,191         44,703 (F)       938,534      898,762          39,772     (F)

Local Environment                            Expenditure     7,097,451     6,686,570       410,881 (F)     8,630,044     8,597,262         32,782     (F)
                                             Income         -3,501,002    -3,193,952      -307,050 (A)    -4,141,841    -3,908,941       -232,900     (A)
                                    37%      Total           3,596,449     3,492,618       103,831 (F)     4,488,203     4,688,321       -200,118     (A)

Regeneration & Sustainability                Expenditure    1,906,219     1,690,243        215,976 (F)     2,586,899    2,410,659         176,240     (F)
                                             Income          -817,759      -683,734       -134,025 (A)      -995,693     -923,054         -72,639     (A)
                                    13%      Total          1,088,460     1,006,509         81,951 (F)     1,591,206    1,487,605         103,601     (F)


EXPENDITURE TOTAL                                           43,562,347    42,293,450     1,268,897 (F) 57,515,234       59,642,172      -2,126,938    (A)
INCOME TOTAL                                               -34,574,575   -36,568,186     1,993,611 (F) -45,244,773     -47,679,277       2,434,504    (F)

NET TOTAL                           100%                    8,987,772     5,725,264      3,262,508 (F)    12,270,461   11,962,895         307,566     (F)




       Appendix 3                                                                                                                            Page 3
             2010/11 REVENUE BUDGET MONITORING REPORT
             EXPENDITURE & INCOME DETAILED REPORT AS AT 31st DECEMBER 2010

                                                                                                                 Full Year
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Budget Holder Comments for Current Month's
             Budget Holder/Service                     Budget to Date     Actual to Date    Variance to Date      Budget       Predicted Outturn   Variance at Year End       Summary of Previously Declared Variances                                                                                                       Actions
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Variances
                                                            £                   £                  £                 £                 £                    £
                                                                         Communities & People (Kate Hindson)
             Food Safety (Nigel Emery)         Exp.           344,616            318,404          26,212   (F)       455,600            448,600            7,000 (F)      Part-year saving post WPCI509. Expected saving on              Food/Health Safety: Underspend in training and lump Will look for further savings where possible.
                                               Inc.           -12,321             -7,391          -4,930   (A)       -15,775            -10,775           -5,000 (A)      kennel fees. Food Hygiene Award income shortfall.              sum car allowance budgets. Animal Welfare: Higher
                                               Total          332,295            311,013          21,282   (F)       439,825            437,825            2,000 (F)                                                                     underspend on kennel fees.
                                                                                                                                                               0
             Revenues & Benefits Partnership (Stuart Dawson)
                     Revs & Bens Partnership Exp.         22,436,800           26,511,810     -4,075,010   (A)    30,668,515         33,388,391       -2,719,876 (A)
                                             Inc.        -22,971,045          -24,762,387      1,791,342   (F)   -31,107,219        -33,846,430        2,739,211 (F)      Additional overpayments raised. Increase in benefits
                                             Total          -534,245            1,749,423     -2,283,668   (A)      -438,704           -458,039           19,335 (F)      awarded partially offset by increased subsidy.

                           Revs & Bens WPBC Exp.              704,707            452,418         252,289   (F)       960,146            960,146                0   (F)
                                            Inc.                    0             -2,201           2,201   (F)             0                  0                0   (F)
                                            Total             704,707            450,217         254,490   (F)       960,146            960,146                0   (F)

             Revenues & Benefits Total         Exp.         23,141,507         26,964,228     -3,822,721   (A)    31,628,661         34,348,537       -2,719,876 (A)
                                               Inc.        -22,971,045        -24,764,588      1,793,543   (F)   -31,107,219        -33,846,430        2,739,211 (F)
                                               Total           170,462          2,199,640     -2,029,178   (A)       521,442            502,107           19,335 (F)
                                                                                                                                                               0
             Communities (Julia Willoughby)    Exp.           174,746            170,245           4,501   (F)       228,617            228,617                0 (F)      Salary saving. There are still potentially 4 or 5 anti
                                               Inc.           -26,249            -15,884         -10,365   (A)       -20,000            -24,500            4,500 (F)      social behaviour cases which may progress to formal
                                               Total          148,497            154,361          -5,864   (A)       208,617            204,117            4,500 (F)      ASBO status and if so will need funding. The national
                                                                                                                                                                          avarage case cost is £3,300 but a recent 'appealed'
                                                                                                                                                                          case in West Dorset ended up costing £32.000.
                                                                                                                                                                          situation will be updated as more becomes confirmed.

                                                                                                                                                               0
             Licensing (Sue Moore)             Exp.           192,294             205,784        -13,490   (A)       252,038            272,038          -20,000 (A)      JE award + appointment of DCC apprentice (due to        As last month.                                                     Proposal put to General Manager that some of the
                                               Inc.          -162,252            -209,522         47,270   (F)      -196,543           -237,543           41,000 (F)      taking on sitting out licensing – new work). Increased                                                                     surplus is psent on achieving actions contained within
                                               Total           30,042              -3,738         33,780   (F)        55,495             34,495           21,000 (F)      income from consent street trading + new income from                                                                       the After Dark Strategy.
                                                                                                                                                                          sitting out licensing has more than compensated for the
                                                                                                                                                                          overspend.
                                                                                                                                                               0
             Housing Enabling (Chris Branch) Exp              344,487             324,241         20,246   (F)       918,256            917,544              712 (F)      Savings on salaries due to maternity leave - ended             There is a predicted overspend on Lump Sum Car              None.
                                             Inc             -195,762            -199,012          3,250   (F)      -261,000           -261,000                0 (F)      04/10/10.                                                      Allowance.
                                             Total            148,725             125,229         23,496   (F)       657,256            656,544              712 (F)
                                                                                                                                                               0
             Housing Advice &                  Exp.           564,004            490,503          73,501   (F)       767,519            732,941           34,578 (F)      The savings on Bed & Breakfast has been offset by an           Housing Advice Centre: There is a predicted savings         Request £15,000 carry forward request as project
             Homelessness (Sharon Ball)        Inc.           -55,003            -66,046          11,043   (F)       -70,000            -64,694           -5,306 (A)      overspend on Existing Satifactory Properties (ESP's) for       of £15,000 on Choiced Based Lettings as there is a          delays has caused Choiced Based Lettings budget not
                                               Total          509,001            424,457          84,544   (F)       697,519            668,247           29,272 (F)      rent whilst properties are vacant. There has also been         considerable delay on the countywide project and there      to be spent this financial year. Continue to monitor Bed
                                                                                                                                                                          expenditure on overtime but this has partially been offset     will be no progress until the new financial year.           & Breakfast budget.
                                                                                                                                                                          against savings on salaries due to maternity leave -           Homeless Families: The B&B budget is underspent
                                                                                                                                                                          ended 04/10/10.                                                this month. There is now £3,229 in the supporting
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         people rent deposit fund.

                                                                                                                                                               0
             Pollution & Private Housing       Exp.           430,583            437,591          -7,008   (A)       959,122            971,648          -12,526 (A)      Pollution Control: Environmental monitoring - saving           Pollution Control: Additional expenditure for our           Pollution Control: This unfortunately means that there
             (Jane Light)                                                                                                                                                 as gas works investigation not yet commenced.                  proportion of the cost of maternity cover in the Service.   will be less of a saving to offset the overspend on
                                               Inc.            -8,037            -11,793           3,756   (F)       -10,704            -15,704            5,000 (F)      Improvement & Repair Grants: Officer retiring end of           HMO: Agency officer retained until end January 2011.        agency staff for the HMO inspections. HMO: Budgets
                                               Total          422,546            425,798          -3,252   (A)       948,418            955,944           -7,526 (A)      January but retuirning p/t mid-February HMO: Agency            HMO income up. Post expected to be filled February.         are being kept under review to try to make savings
                                                                                                                                                                          staff retained to end December - predicted income                                                                          elsewhere. We are also actively seeking other
                                                                                                                                                                          raised again. HMO post not expected to filled now until                                                                    unlicensed HMOs - any fees will help to offset the extra
                                                                                                                                                                          Feb 2011 at earliest. Housing Standards: Saving as                                                                         expenditure.
                                                                                                                                                                          lease car no longer present.Market foces supplements
                                                                                                                                                                          no longer paid.


                                                                                                                                                               0
                                               Exp.         25,192,237         28,910,996     -3,718,759   (A)    35,209,813         37,919,925       -2,710,112 (A)
               Communities & People Total      Inc.        -23,430,669        -25,274,236      1,843,567   (F)   -31,681,241        -34,460,646        2,779,405 (F)
                                               Total         1,761,568          3,636,760     -1,875,192   (A)     3,528,572          3,459,279           69,293 (F)
                                                                                                                                                               0
                                                                         Corporate Services (Jason Vaughan)
             Legal (Lara Altree)               Exp.           255,047            254,953              94   (F)       337,317            317,481           19,836 (F)      New permanent staff have now joined the team. The              Permanent stafff are now in place and working well. The It is likely that we will be able to agree to continue to
                                               Inc.           -44,579            -39,999          -4,580   (A)       -65,000            -60,000           -5,000 (A)      costs of locum staff will be slightly less than anticipated.   change in the variance relates to updated salary figures. provide legal services to Purbeck District Council which
                                               Total          210,468            214,954          -4,486   (A)       272,317            257,481           14,836 (F)      Income from planning and property work continues to be         The Legal expemses code continues to be overspent         will give us a continued income stream.
                                                                                                                                                                          low. The Legal Expenses code is currently £14,556              but this will be met from the Legal Reserve.
                                                                                                                                                                          overspent but this will be met from the Legal Reserve.
                                                                                                                                                                          Discussions are continuing with Purbeck District
                                                                                                                                                                          Council with regard to providing further legal advice.




                                                                                                                                                               0
             I C T (Craig Swansbury)           Exp.           847,072            764,047          83,025   (F)     1,071,741          1,036,741           35,000   (F)    Additional overtime is due to having to work             Due to a purge in sales, income from selling old pc               Liase with West Dorst re joint working.
                                                                                                                                                                          approximately one weekend per month, when we have equipment has now increased.
                                               Inc.              -900             -1,100             200   (F)        -1,200             -1,200                0   (F)
                                                                                                                                                                          to update servers due to GCSX requirements. With the
                                               Total          846,172            762,947          83,225   (F)     1,070,541          1,035,541           35,000   (F)    loss of an additional ICT Post there is a requirement to
                                                                                                                                                                          additonal work out of hours. This cannot be carried out
                                                                                                                                                                          during busniess hours without impacting on the
                                                                                                                                                                          business. Savings due to member of staff leaving and
                                                                                                                                                                          not being replaced and efficiency savings in replacing
                                                                                                                                                                          computer equipment. However sales of computer
                                                                                                                                                                          equipment is down.

                                                                                                                                                               0
             Finance (Julie Strange)
                          Concessionary Travel Exp.         1,167,414           1,015,990        151,424   (F)     1,558,816          1,408,816          150,000   (F)    Concessionary travel journeys are lower than
                                               Inc.          -370,501            -372,203          1,702   (F)      -494,000           -494,000                0   (F)    anticipated following reciept of the first quarter data.
                                               Total          796,913             643,787        153,126   (F)     1,064,816            914,816          150,000   (F)    This will be updated once the second quarter data is
                                                                                                                                                                          receieved in December.

                    Corporate Finance & Grants Exp.         -4,643,621         -6,790,968      2,147,347   (F)    -6,493,713         -6,498,713            5,000   (F)    Reduced cost of subscription to the Local Government
                                               Inc.           -872,965           -742,642       -130,323   (A)    -1,082,202         -1,082,202                0   (F)    Association.
                                               Total        -5,516,586         -7,533,610      2,017,024   (F)    -7,575,915         -7,580,915            5,000   (F)

                                       Finance Exp.           461,063            464,785          -3,722   (A)       614,515            614,515                0   (F)
                                               Inc.            -2,358                  0          -2,358   (A)        -3,075             -3,075                0   (F)
                                               Total          458,705            464,785          -6,080   (A)       611,440            611,440                0   (F)


Appendix 4                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Page 4
                                                                                                                   Full Year
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Budget Holder Comments for Current Month's
             Budget Holder/Service                       Budget to Date     Actual to Date    Variance to Date      Budget         Predicted Outturn   Variance at Year End        Summary of Previously Declared Variances                                                                                                    Actions
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Variances
                                                              £                   £                  £                 £                   £                    £
                                                                           Communities & People (Kate Hindson)
                        Treasury Management Exp.              1,123,305              26,404      1,096,901   (F)     1,511,116            1,511,116                 0    (F)
                                            Inc.               -447,995          -1,805,289      1,357,294   (F)      -597,390             -597,390                 0    (F)
                                            Total               675,310          -1,778,885      2,454,195   (F)       913,726              913,726                 0    (F)

                         WestWey Partnership Exp.                     0              12,078        -12,078   (A)               0                  0                 0    (F)
                                             Inc.                     0                   0              0   (F)               0                  0                 0    (F)
                                             Total                    0              12,078        -12,078   (A)               0                  0                 0    (F)

                               Finance Total Exp.             -1,891,839         -5,271,711      3,379,872   (F)    -2,809,266           -2,964,266          155,000     (F)
                                             Inc.             -1,693,819         -2,920,134      1,226,315   (F)    -2,176,667           -2,176,667                0     (F)
                                             Total            -3,585,658         -8,191,845      4,606,187   (F)    -4,985,933           -5,140,933          155,000     (F)
                                                                                                                                                                   0
             Property (Greg Northcote)
                                         Offices Exp.           461,890            306,302         155,588   (F)       567,524              574,524             -7,000 (A)     Guildhall: £7,000 unrecovered potential service charge       Council Offices: Due to virements to address other    Will update prediction accordingly once final project
                                                 Inc.           -37,973            -27,523         -10,450   (A)       -42,533              -45,783              3,250 (F)     because lease of Guildhall to DCC not completed. No          projects prioritised elsewhere the net potential      timetable is calculated.
                                                 Total          423,917            278,779         145,138   (F)       524,991              528,741             -3,750 (A)     budgeted rent increase if lease of Registrars                underspend is reduced to £2,000 currently. Portland
                                                                                                                                                                               Accommodation does not complete (£500). Council              Town Council: £2000 unpredicted expenditure on roof
                                                                                                                                                                               Offices: £38,000 budgeted 3rd Floor Planning                 repairs to address damp penetration. Guildhall: £2000
                                                                                                                                                                               Refurbishment deferred until 2011/2012 and carry             overspend on legionella related testing and works.
                                                                                                                                                                               forward request to follow. £26,500 unbudgeted costs for
                                                                                                                                                                               lift repairs required. Additionally £27,500 underspend on
                                                                                                                                                                               planned maintenance and £8,000 likely underspend on
                                                                                                                                                                               response maintenance this year reflecting general
                                                                                                                                                                               improvement in condition. A carry forward request for
                                                                                                                                                                               £38,000 re 3rd Floor Planning reburbishment is to
                                                                                                                                                                               follow. Portland Town Council: £3,000 unbudgeted
                                                                                                                                                                               gas consumption. Unbudgeted electricty costs because
                                                                                                                                                                               meters not read for several quarters offset by
                                                                                                                                                                               unbudgeted revenue from office letting




                                     Property Exp.            1,760,400           1,607,230        153,170   (F)     2,037,247            2,032,147              5,100   (F)   The Arts Centre: £10,000 additional service charge           Other Operational Properties: Total unpredicted             Other Operational Properties: A decision needs to be
                                              Inc.             -926,706          -1,012,523         85,817   (F)    -1,192,467           -1,205,023             12,556   (F)   recovery. £3,000 reduction in expenditure because of         additional rental payments of £16,250 from the leasing      taken as to whether the dilipdations compensation
                                              Total             833,694             594,707        238,987   (F)       844,780              827,124             17,656   (F)   unlet unit. £14,400 additional expenditure on                of the Pier Bandstand. £12,900 unbudgeted additional        should be ringfenced to assist reprovion of a refuge. No
                                                                                                                                                                               maintenance,water consumption and insurance part of          revenue from settlement of dilapidations claim on           request received to date. Hotels: A meeting has been
                                                                                                                                                                               which is rechargeable to the tenant. Other Operational       Womens Refuge. £10,000 projected overspend on               scheduled with the surveyor on long term sick leave to
                                                                                                                                                                               Properties: £24,615 unbudgeted additional revenue            repairs. Hotels: The Section is still assessing the final   verify the extent of works scheduled and completed prior
                                                                                                                                                                               from Womens Refuge dilapidations settlement & Pier           extent of outstanding works scheduled for this year         to sickness absence so that the balance can be
                                                                                                                                                                               Bandstand rent. £5000 potential underspend because           following staff absence on long term sick leave. Budget     addressed.
                                                                                                                                                                               contract surveyor will not take up appointment until end     for insurance is £19,444 contained oversetimate of
                                                                                                                                                                               of month. One month of six month carry forward request       recoverable revenue.Offset by £6,000 underspend on
                                                                                                                                                                               for next year to follow. £5,000 previous underspend          Valuation Fees. £10,500 additional revenue from rent
                                                                                                                                                                               declaration reversed. £15,900 unpredicted additional         increases. The Arts Centre: Reduction of £2,000 on
                                                                                                                                                                               rent payments from delayed sale of Pier Bandstand.           service charge recovery.
                                                                                                                                                                               Offset by loss of revenue from Dorset Womens Refuge
                                                                                                                                                                               of £4,885. Beach Bungalows & Chalets: Vired funds
                                                                                                                                                                               from underspend on Councill Offices above to meet first
                                                                                                                                                                               phase of chalet redecorations.




                              Property Total Exp.             2,222,290           1,913,532        308,758   (F)     2,604,771            2,606,671             -1,900 (A)
                                             Inc.              -964,679          -1,040,046         75,367   (F)    -1,235,000           -1,250,806             15,806 (F)
                                             Total            1,257,611             873,486        384,125   (F)     1,369,771            1,355,865             13,906 (F)
                                                                                                                                                                     0
             Democratic (Jayne Vallance)        Exp.            609,619            551,403          58,216   (F)       807,261              800,721              6,540 (F)                                                                  Salary savings from maternity leave and vacant post         No further salary savings expected.
                                                Inc.            -21,191            -19,985          -1,206   (A)       -25,688              -24,128             -1,560 (A)     Committee Support: Overspend of £30,000 by
                                                                                                                                                                               Printing Services absorbed by Committee Services.
                                                Total           588,428            531,418          57,010   (F)       781,573              776,593              4,980 (F)
                                                                                                                                                                               Income reduction of £1,560 due to Temp Traffic Orders
                                                                                                                                                                               now processed by DCC. Mayoral Services & Civic
                                                                                                                                                                               Hospitality: Unsocial hours payment not budgeted
                                                                                                                                                                               correctly. Committee Support: Salary savings
                                                                                                                                                                               including MFS.

                                                                                                                                                            0
             Elections (Sue Bonham-Lovett)      Exp.            284,136            287,994          -3,858   (A)       331,397              328,094              3,303   (F)   Full time post left vacant so have made savings. The
                                                Inc.            -96,016            -97,949           1,933   (F)       -96,880             -121,880             25,000   (F)   Parliamentary election has caused increased electoral
                                                Total           188,120            190,045          -1,925   (A)       234,517              206,214             28,303   (F)   registration workload which must be borne by council,
                                                                                                                                                                               not government. Some savings have already been
                                                                                                                                                                               identified to contribute towards reducing the previously
                                                                                                                                                                               declared variance. Register of Electors: Internal
                                                                                                                                                                               temp staff recruited without need to advertise externally.

                                                                                                                                                                   0
             Audit                              Exp.            116,658            116,610              48   (F)       155,522              155,522                0     (F)
                                                Inc.                  0                  0               0   (F)             0                    0                0     (F)
                                                Total           116,658            116,610              48   (F)       155,522              155,522                0     (F)
                                                                                                                                                                   0
                                                Exp.           2,442,983         -1,383,172      3,826,155   (F)     2,498,743            2,280,964          217,779     (F)
                Corporate Services Total        Inc.          -2,821,184         -4,119,213      1,298,029   (F)    -3,600,435           -3,634,681           34,246     (F)
                                                Total           -378,201         -5,502,385      5,124,184   (F)    -1,101,692           -1,353,717          252,025     (F)


                                                                   Facilities & Business Operations (Helen Frances)

             Harbour (Peter Mole)
                              Harbour WPBC Exp.                 621,911            666,213         -44,302   (A)       720,462              720,462                 0    (F)
                                           Inc.                       0                  0               0   (F)             0                    0                 0    (F)
                                           Total                621,911            666,213         -44,302   (A)       720,462              720,462                 0    (F)

                               Harbour Board Exp.                917,482            696,446        221,036   (F)     1,106,750            1,099,364              7,386   (F)   Pilotage: Prediction based on expected number of          Outer Harbour - Car Ferry: On-going review of            Outer Harbour - Commercial Activities: Increase in
                                             Inc.             -1,772,028         -1,127,127       -644,901   (A)    -1,934,641           -1,963,496             28,855   (F)   acts of pilotage at year end. Outer Harbour - Car         energy budgets indicates the previously declared         costs offset by increased income declared in previous
                                                                                                                                                                               Ferry: Following technical difficulties for the ferry     increase in costs not as high as originally anticipated. budget monitoring.
                                                                                                                                                                               operator and a reduced throughput, anticipated income December throughput at the ferry terminal siginificantly
                                                                                                                                                                               slightly reduced from previous prediction (please note,   up on last year, resulting in a predicted increased in
                                                                                                                                                                               still up on original budget). Commercial Activities:      income. Inner Harbour: On-going review of energy
                                                                                                                                                                               End of season figures for visiting yachts and Condor lay- costs, indicate further budget savings. Outer Harbour -
                                                                                                                                                                               up resulted in an increased prediction. Additional income Commercial Activities: Increased costs of electric in
                                                                                                                                                                               in the form of fees from Condor 10. Inner Harbour:        outer harbour due to commercial vessels on winter lay-
                                                                                                                                                                               Further decrease in fees from the Inner Harbour, in       up (Condor 10). Pilotage: Prediction based on
                                                                                                                                                                               relation to both mooring fees and rents and licences.     expected number of acts of pilotage at year end. 13
                                                                                                                                                                               13 CHQ: Unavoidable increase in NI contribution and       Custom House Quay: On-going review of energy
                                                                                                                                                                               postage costs.                                            costs, indicate budget savings
Appendix 4                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Page 5
                                                                                                                 Full Year
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Budget Holder Comments for Current Month's
             Budget Holder/Service                      Budget to Date    Actual to Date    Variance to Date      Budget         Predicted Outturn   Variance at Year End         Summary of Previously Declared number of
                                                                                                                                                                            Pilotage: Prediction based on expected Variances          Outer Harbour - Car Ferry: On-going review of                                    Actions
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Outer Harbour - Commercial Activities: Increase in
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Variances
                                                             £                  £                  £                 £                   £                    £             acts of pilotage at year end. Outer Harbour - Car         energy budgets indicates the previously declared         costs offset by increased income declared in previous
                                               Total                        -430,681
                                                              -854,546 Communities & People -423,865 (A)
                                                                                             (Kate Hindson)         -827,891             -864,132           36,241   (F)    Ferry: Following technical difficulties for the ferry     increase in costs not as high as originally anticipated. budget monitoring.
                                                                                                                                                                            operator and a reduced throughput, anticipated income December throughput at the ferry terminal siginificantly
                                                                                                                                                                            slightly reduced from previous prediction (please note,   up on last year, resulting in a predicted increased in
                                                                                                                                                                            still up on original budget). Commercial Activities:      income. Inner Harbour: On-going review of energy
                                                                                                                                                                            End of season figures for visiting yachts and Condor lay- costs, indicate further budget savings. Outer Harbour -
                                                                                                                                                                            up resulted in an increased prediction. Additional income Commercial Activities: Increased costs of electric in
                                                                                                                                                                            in the form of fees from Condor 10. Inner Harbour:        outer harbour due to commercial vessels on winter lay-
                                                                                                                                                                            Further decrease in fees from the Inner Harbour, in       up (Condor 10). Pilotage: Prediction based on
                                                                                                                                                                            relation to both mooring fees and rents and licences.     expected number of acts of pilotage at year end. 13
                                                                                                                                                                            13 CHQ: Unavoidable increase in NI contribution and       Custom House Quay: On-going review of energy
                                                                                                                                                                            postage costs.                                            costs, indicate budget savings



                                        CCTV Exp.              406,699            390,177         16,522   (F)       502,551              484,240           18,311 (F)      Saving in salary as member of staff has left but not
                                             Inc.             -129,016           -153,857         24,841   (F)      -172,000             -154,000          -18,000 (A)      replaced. Agreed budget improvement from service
                                             Total             277,683            236,320         41,363   (F)       330,551              330,240              311 (F)      plan made against staff costs not through increased
                                                                                                                                                                            contributions. Savings used to replace vital cameras.


                                Harbour Total Exp.            1,946,092         1,752,836        193,256   (F)     2,329,763            2,304,066           25,697   (F)
                                              Inc.           -1,901,044        -1,280,984       -620,060   (A)    -2,106,641           -2,117,496           10,855   (F)
                                              Total              45,048           471,852       -426,804   (A)       223,122              186,570           36,552   (F)
                                                                                                                                                                 0
             Leisure & Events (Matt Ryan)
                                       Beach Exp.              454,113            436,370         17,743   (F)       517,012              508,626            8,386 (F)      Final income figures for the deck chair operation and the
                                             Inc.             -374,379           -340,721        -33,658   (A)      -381,357             -346,990          -34,367 (A)      land train. Deck Chair Operation: Reduced Income
                                             Total              79,734             95,649        -15,915   (A)       135,655              161,636          -25,981 (A)      due to weather - (This August was the wettest this
                                                                                                                                                                            century with 147% of the 30 year average recorded.
                                                                                                                                                                            Total Sunshine for month also below the 30 year
                                                                                                                                                                            average). Partially mitigated by saving on agency staff.
                                                                                                                                                                            Land Train: Additional repairs had to be undertaken
                                                                                                                                                                            due to age of train . Reduced Income as per deck chair
                                                                                                                                                                            comments.


                             Festivals & Events Exp.           206,790           202,706           4,084   (F)       244,220              247,820           -3,600 (A)      Annual Sponsorship not received from RAF totalling           Additional Income Generated via "The Front" Live           Further Income opportunities to be realised from trade
                                                Inc.                 0                 0               0   (F)       -94,500              -94,500                0 (F)      £5,000.                                                      event.                                                     stands associated with Best of Dorset Tourism &
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Leisure show; proposed quad bike event and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    sponsorship discussions in relation to the events
                                               Total           206,790           202,706           4,084   (F)       149,720              153,320           -3,600 (A)                                                                                                                              publicity / promotional material.

                               Swimming Pools Exp.             412,948           482,518         -69,570   (A)       488,682              488,682                0   (F)    At the end of April the swimming pool suffered a major
                                              Inc.                   0                 0               0   (F)             0                    0                0   (F)    mechanical failure of the boilers. Repair costs of around
                                              Total            412,948           482,518         -69,570   (A)       488,682              488,682                0   (F)    £90k to be funded from reserves.

                                       Museum Exp.              44,934             35,101          9,833   (F)        50,214               46,234            3,980   (F)    Base line budget savings - various headings.
                                              Inc.                   0                  0              0   (F)             0                    0                0   (F)
                                              Total             44,934             35,101          9,833   (F)        50,214               46,234            3,980   (F)

                       Leisure & Events Total Exp.           1,118,785          1,156,695        -37,910   (A)     1,300,128            1,291,362            8,766 (F)
                                              Inc.            -374,379           -340,721        -33,658   (A)      -475,857             -441,490          -34,367 (A)
                                              Total            744,406            815,974        -71,568   (A)       824,271              849,872          -25,601 (A)
                                                                                                                                                                 0
             Customer Services (Jodi Jess)
                                               Exp.            570,983           541,231          29,752   (F)       768,871              764,371            4,500   (F)    CCC: Savings on agency staff due to employing two
                                               Inc.             -5,159            -4,186            -973   (A)        -6,878               -6,878                0   (F)    staff from future jobs fund at no cost to authority.
                                                                                                                                                                            Cleaning of Offices: Saving on staffing due to not
                                                                                                                                                                            replacing vacant posts with permanent positions. This is
                                                                                                                                                                            due to a possible contract with DCC for cleaning due to
                                                                                                                                                                            be started approximately in January 2011.
                                               Total           565,824           537,045          28,779   (F)       761,993              757,493            4,500   (F)
                                                                                                                                                                 0
             Visitor (Lindy Parmley)
                                               Exp.            423,658            432,244         -8,586   (A)       553,676              512,095           41,581 (F)      Relocation costs and additional loss of sales.               Adjusted for salary/wages saving & loss of advertising     Unlikely to gain any further adverstising income this
                                               Inc.           -283,717           -247,017        -36,700   (A)      -371,397             -315,801          -55,596 (A)                                                                   income                                                     financial year
                                               Total           139,941            185,227        -45,286   (A)       182,279              196,294          -14,015 (A)
                                                                                                                                                                 0
             Facilities & Contracts Mgt (Helen
             Frances)
                                       Pavilion Exp.         1,280,880          1,229,696         51,184   (F)     1,600,854            1,588,854           12,000   (F)    Catering: Increased costs due to employment of               Theatre: Income and Expenditure budgets reconfigured       Theatre: A number of promising shows are forthcoming
                                                Inc.          -571,218           -619,545         48,327   (F)      -719,481             -746,481           27,000   (F)    Agency staff in Ritz Café. Utility savings due to TIC        to accurately reflect actuals. Results over Xmas not as    for January and February. Function Rooms: Free
                                                Total          709,662            610,151         99,511   (F)       881,373              842,373           39,000   (F)    share of costs. Savings due to lower expected turnover,      good as targeted. Function Rooms: Free room hire           room hire is producing results in improved catering
                                                                                                                                                                            therefore less expenditure on supplies, plus reductions      campaign will affect income levels. Catering: Continued    income.
                                                                                                                                                                            in liquor prices through renegotiation of contract.          savings on expenditure, but Xmas income not as high
                                                                                                                                                                            Function Rooms: Increase in Function Bookings                as predicted.
                                                                                                                                                                            based on current confirmed hirings. Theatre: Income
                                                                                                                                                                            under budget however Pantomime ticket sales are up on
                                                                                                                                                                            last year with both income and expenditure currently on
                                                                                                                                                                            budget. Savings due to lower expected turnover,
                                                                                                                                                                            therefore savings on supplies.



                         Business Improvement Exp.               38,570            57,109        -18,539   (A)        38,759               38,759                0   (F)
                                              Inc.              -38,759           -38,759              0   (F)       -38,759              -38,759                0   (F)

                                               Total              -189             18,350        -18,539   (A)               0                  0                0   (F)

              Facilities & Contracts Mgt Total Exp.            709,473           628,501          80,972   (F)       881,373              842,373           39,000 (F)
                                               Inc.                  0                 0               0   (F)             0                    0                0 (F)
                                               Total           709,473           628,501          80,972   (F)       881,373              842,373           39,000 (F)
                                                                                                                                                                 0
             Bereavement (Ian Price)           Exp.            608,266            381,341        226,925   (F)       756,192              732,135           24,057 (F)      Crematorium: Maintenance expenditure is on hold due          Crematorium: Inclement weather and building works          Crematorium: Try to minimise the effect of building
                                               Inc.           -570,356           -560,369         -9,987   (A)      -803,592             -782,092          -21,500 (A)      to BSIP improvements creating an estimated savings of        shutdown in December has resulted in 20 less               works on the number of cremations held. Cemeteries:
                                               Total            37,910           -179,028        216,938   (F)       -47,400              -49,957            2,557 (F)      £10k this financial year. Changes to working practices       cremations than expected. With future building works       Monitor expenditure to try and identify savings.
                                                                                                                                                                            at the Crematorium is also likely to result in £3,500 less   expected to occur before the end of the financial year
                                                                                                                                                                            overtime than predicted. Income is now expected to be        the total reduction in income is predicted to be £26,500
                                                                                                                                                                            on budget. Cemeteries: Increase in number of burials.        adverse. Further savings on expenditure of £8,500 are
                                                                                                                                                                            Continued improvement in grave digging working               likely to be achieved due to BSIP expenditure
                                                                                                                                                                            practices.                                                   modifications which will reduce the impact of the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         predicted income reduction. Cemeteries: Further
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         reduction in expected spend to dig graves. Saving in
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         electricty cost.



Appendix 4                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Page 6
                                                                                                                   Full Year
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Budget Holder Comments for Current Month's
             Budget Holder/Service                       Budget to Date     Actual to Date    Variance to Date      Budget       Predicted Outturn   Variance at Year End       Summary of Previously Declared Variances                                                                                                   Actions
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Variances
                                                              £                   £                  £                 £                 £                    £
                                                                           Communities & People (Kate Hindson)                                                   0
                                             Exp.              5,377,257          4,892,848        484,409   (F)     6,590,003          6,446,402          143,601 (F)
             Facilites & Business Operations
                                             Inc.             -3,134,655         -2,433,277       -701,378   (A)    -3,764,365         -3,663,757         -100,608 (A)
                           Total
                                             Total             2,242,602          2,459,571       -216,969   (A)     2,825,638          2,782,645           42,993 (F)
                                                                                                                                                                 0
                                                                             Governance (Melanie Earnshaw)
             H R (Steve Barrett)                 Exp.           325,939            272,330          53,609   (F)       427,235            386,485           40,750   (F)    Predicted underspends on management development             Personnel Services: Predicted underspends on               Personnel Services: A carry forward request will be
                                                 Inc.                 0             -2,580           2,580   (F)             0                  0                0   (F)    (£10K), legal expenses (£5K), computer equipment            corporate training (£4K), computer equipment (£10K),       made at the financial year end for the amount of the
                                                                                                                                                                            (£5K)and occupational health (£3K).                         occupational health (£2K) and job evaluation (£750).       computer equipment underspend.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        However, a carry forward request will need to be made
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        for computer equipment as part of the underspend is
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        due to deferred development on part of the HR/Payroll
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        system. Health & Safety: Predicted underspend on
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        safety training.
                                                 Total          325,939            269,750          56,189   (F)       427,235            386,485           40,750   (F)
                                                                                                                                                                 0
             Corporate Communications            Exp.           416,200            424,382          -8,182   (A)       541,639            537,117            4,522   (F)    Admin appointment delayed and appointed at the bottom
             (Peter Gilmour)                     Inc.          -130,897            -74,458         -56,439   (A)      -174,526           -174,526                0   (F)    of the grade.
                                                 Total          285,303            349,924         -64,621   (A)       367,113            362,591            4,522   (F)
                                                                                                                                                                 0
             Performance & Improvement                                                                                                                                      This variance is due to an underspend on the
             (Mark Ayles)                        Exp.           194,084             140,949         53,135   (F)       272,618            278,118           -5,500 (A)      Performance and Improvement Manager salary,
                                                 Inc.          -128,432            -128,432              0   (F)      -128,432           -128,432                0 (F)      possibly due to budgeted super annuation costs which
                                                 Total           65,652              12,517         53,135   (F)       144,186            149,686           -5,500 (A)      haven't needed to be paid up until now. In addition, the
                                                                                                                                                                            budgeted amount for that salary was set at the middle
                                                                                                                                                                            grade of the pay scale - whereas up to now the amount
                                                                                                                                                                            paid has been on the bottom grade of the pay scale.
                                                                                                                                                                            Payment of temp worker funded from this saving.
                                                                                                                                                                            Monitoring Officer was required to assign a consultant to
                                                                                                                                                                            a code of conduct investigation as required by
                                                                                                                                                                            Standards Committee, at a cost of c. £7,000.

                                                                                                                                                                 0
                                                 Exp.           936,223             837,661         98,562   (F)     1,241,492          1,201,720           39,772   (F)
                    Governance Total             Inc.          -259,329            -205,470        -53,859   (A)      -302,958           -302,958                0   (F)
                                                 Total          676,894             632,191         44,703   (F)       938,534            898,762           39,772   (F)
                                                                                                                                                                 0
                                                                           Local Environment (Karyn Punchard)
             Waste & Depot (David Bowyer)
                                     Waste Exp.               3,301,251           3,198,617        102,634   (F)     4,158,434          4,162,434           -4,000 (A)      Anticipated Dorset wide improvement to recycling credit     Waste Collection: Reduced levels of overtime and           Continue to monitor.
                                           Inc.                -265,225            -302,081         36,856   (F)      -428,140           -428,140                0 (F)      scheme will not materialise this year. Additional income    agency staff cover and changes in method of servicing
                                           Total              3,036,026           2,896,536        139,490   (F)     3,730,294          3,734,294           -4,000 (A)      from recoverable works. Income from paper recycling         can and bottle banks. Other Cleansing: Reduced
                                                                                                                                                                            greater than anticipated.                                   levels of overtime and agency staff cover

                                       Highways Exp.              7,014              22,475        -15,461   (A)         9,340              9,340                0   (F)
                                                Inc.                  0                   0              0   (F)             0                  0                0   (F)
                                                Total             7,014              22,475        -15,461   (A)         9,340              9,340                0   (F)

                                          Depot Exp.            385,227            376,292           8,935   (F)       468,929            479,681          -10,752 (A)      Increased maintenance costs - electrical and health &       Increased cost of trade effluent disposal.                 Investigating potential method of reducing levels of trade
                                                Inc.            -47,475            -42,316          -5,159   (A)       -58,347            -58,347                0 (F)      safety.                                                                                                                effluent.
                                                Total           337,752            333,976           3,776   (F)       410,582            421,334          -10,752 (A)

                         Waste & Depot Total Exp.             3,693,492           3,597,384         96,108   (F)     4,636,703          4,651,455          -14,752 (A)
                                             Inc.              -312,700            -344,397         31,697   (F)      -486,487           -486,487                0 (F)
                                             Total            3,380,792           3,252,987        127,805   (F)     4,150,216          4,164,968          -14,752 (A)
                                                                                                                                                                 0
             Parks & Open Spaces (Carl
             Dallison)
                            Parks & Gardens Exp.                792,669             725,284         67,385   (F)       973,335            963,835            9,500 (F)      Nursery: Increased sales above predicted. Costs to          Nursery: Overspend due to no overtime budget in this       Nursery: Will endeavour to offset overspend by
                                            Inc.               -139,695            -129,397        -10,298   (A)      -208,859           -187,659          -21,200 (A)      service and repair heating system. Parks & Gardens:         years budget. Parks & Gardens: Housing company             underspending materials budget if possible. Parks &
                                            Total               652,974             595,887         57,087   (F)       764,476            776,176          -11,700 (A)      Reduction in income from housing company as a result        has made further spending reductions so reducing           Gardens: Housing company will be lobbied to
                                                                                                                                                                            of them spending less on one off estate/grounds             income. Salary saving due to post being held empty         encourage spending. Post will be held vacant till end of
                                                                                                                                                                            maintenance improvements. Lodmoor Composting:               during winter months as a one off.                         financial year to offset reduced income.
                                                                                                                                                                            Increased rental income.



             Sports, Play Areas & Open Spaces Exp.              712,856             607,611        105,245   (F)       868,688            848,688           20,000 (F)      Roundabouts: Loss of roundabout advertising income This is a non spend estimate on housing play area                   Carry forward request required.
                                              Inc.             -206,823            -143,710        -63,113   (A)      -263,752           -256,052           -7,700 (A)      due to loss of roundabouts resulting from the Road      maintnence this should be carried forward to develop a
                                              Total             506,033             463,901         42,132   (F)       604,936            592,636           12,300 (F)      Transport Improvement Package and also loss of once- sink fund as require dby housing company agreement.
                                                                                                                                                                            off funding. Sports Facilites: Income from sports pitch
                                                                                                                                                                            hire now established from last years figures.


                  Parks & Open Spaces Total Exp.              1,505,525           1,332,895        172,630   (F)     1,842,023          1,812,523           29,500 (F)
                                            Inc.               -346,518            -273,107        -73,411   (A)      -472,611           -443,711          -28,900 (A)
                                            Total             1,159,007           1,059,788         99,219   (F)     1,369,412          1,368,812              600 (F)
                                                                                                                                                                 0
             Parking (Derek Whittaker)
                             Off Street Parking Exp.           1,598,734          1,447,981        150,753   (F)     1,756,060          1,741,060           15,000 (F)      Car park income is lower than expected. A combination       Due to the price of scrap metal the contractor currently   Be aware that the price of scrap metal can go down as
                                                Inc.          -2,771,783         -2,557,145       -214,638   (A)    -3,112,739         -2,908,739         -204,000 (A)      of the new town centre car park pricing tariff structure    does not charge the Council for removal of abandoned       well as up and therefore future costs may occur.
                                                Total         -1,173,049         -1,109,164        -63,885   (A)    -1,356,679         -1,167,679         -189,000 (A)      and the Olympic transport Package works could be            vehicles.
                                                                                                                                                                            adversely affecting car park income. This has been
                                                                                                                                                                            partially offset by £5,000 in salary savings and a
                                                                                                                                                                            contribution from DCC of £36k re compound at
                                                                                                                                                                            Swannery CP.


                           Abandoned Vehicles Exp.               23,311              22,256          1,055   (F)        30,792             29,792            1,000   (F)
                                              Inc.                   -1                  -3              2   (F)            -4                 -4                0   (F)
                                              Total              23,310              22,253          1,057   (F)        30,788             29,788            1,000   (F)

                                   Parking Total Exp.          1,622,045          1,470,237        151,808   (F)     1,786,852          1,770,852           16,000 (F)
                                                 Inc.         -2,771,784         -2,557,148       -214,636   (A)    -3,112,743         -2,908,743         -204,000 (A)
                                                 Total        -1,149,739         -1,086,911        -62,828   (A)    -1,325,891         -1,137,891         -188,000 (A)
                                                                                                                                                             1,000
             Engineering (Karyn Punchard)                                                                                                                                   Architect/Design: Savings identified against salaries       Drainage works were carried out at Overcombe Corner Funding should be obtained from other services within
                                                 Exp.           276,389            286,054          -9,665   (A)       364,466            362,432            2,034   (F)    (£15,000) and leased car provision (£3,536). Land           on behalf of Property Services to a total cost of         the Council for the works carried out.
                                                 Inc.           -70,000            -19,300         -50,700   (A)       -70,000            -70,000                0   (F)    Drainage: Potential overspend on proposed works at          £13,000. Director approval has been given for drainage
                                                                                                                                                                            Southill due to land problems causing delay.                works to be completed this financial year at Southill and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        the cost is likely to be about £30,000 which has been
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        part funded by WDDC. Overall these works will mean
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        that the cost centre will overspend by £17,000 unless
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        funding is found from Property Services for Overcombe
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Corner.
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                                                                                                                   Full Year                                                                                                            Drainage works were carried outfor Overcombe Corner Funding should be obtained from other services within
                                                                                                                                                                            Architect/Design: Savings identified against salaries          Budget Holder Comments at Current Month's
             Budget Holder/Service                     Budget to Date    Actual to Date      Variance to Date       Budget       Predicted Outturn   Variance at Year End       Summary of Previously Declared Variances                on behalf of Property Services to a total cost of                                 Actions
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  the Council for the works carried out.
                                                                                                                                                                            (£15,000) and leased car provision (£3,536). Land                                    Variances
                                                            £                  £                    £                  £                 £                    £                                                                         £13,000. Director approval has been given for drainage
                                                                                                                                                                            Drainage: Potential overspend on proposed works at
                                               Total                        266,754         -60,365 (A)
                                                              206,389 Communities & People (Kate Hindson)              294,466            292,432            2,034   (F)    Southill due to land problems causing delay.                works to be completed this financial year at Southill and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        the cost is likely to be about £30,000 which has been
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        part funded by WDDC. Overall these works will mean
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        that the cost centre will overspend by £17,000 unless
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        funding is found from Property Services for Overcombe
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Corner.




                                               Exp.          7,097,451         6,686,570          410,881    (F)     8,630,044          8,597,262           32,782 (F)
                 Local Environment Total       Inc.         -3,501,002        -3,193,952         -307,050    (A)    -4,141,841         -3,908,941         -232,900 (A)
                                               Total         3,596,449         3,492,618          103,831    (F)     4,488,203          4,688,321         -200,118 (A)
                                                                                                                                                                 0
                                                                  Regeneration & Sustainability (Simon Williams)
             Development Management                                                                                                                                         Development Control: Major planning applications            Planning Development Control: £10,000 saving from            Planning Development Control: Request that
             (Debbie Redding)                  Exp.           702,496            646,579           55,917    (F)       927,410            890,210           37,200   (F)    expected but not yet received. New pre-application fees     computer equipment due to intended upgrades to               computer equipment saving be carried forward to next
                                               Inc.          -290,277           -281,355           -8,922    (A)      -387,000           -394,000            7,000   (F)    introduced not imposed on on-going proposals.               planning software not progressing. Application income        year to implement improvments in the future. Land
                                               Total          412,219            365,224           46,995    (F)       540,410            496,210           44,200   (F)    Statutory requirements for advertising costs exceeding      dependant on expected submission of major                    Charges: Personal search income to be kept in reserve
                                                                                                                                                                            budget at present. Land Charges: Income above               applications before end of financial year. Land              pending possible need to repay, £4,000 this year and
                                                                                                                                                                            predicted levels at present. Contributions to DCC for       Charges: Salary saving due to deletion of land charges       possibly earlier years, dependant on legal advice.
                                                                                                                                                                            highways questions reduced from that originally             assistant post. Income from searches above predicted         Planning Admin Support: All vacant posts now filled.
                                                                                                                                                                            anticipated, favourable variance dependent on               level. Planning Admin Support: Savings in salary
                                                                                                                                                                            continued level of searches. Planning Admin Support:        budget due to maternity leave and vacancies.
                                                                                                                                                                            On-going savings on salaries due to maternity leave and
                                                                                                                                                                            vacancies.


                                                                                                                                                                 0
             Strategic Planning (Simon                                                                                                                                      Funding required for examination of Development             No expected expenditure this financiaal year on the Update carry forward request amount to £45,000.
             Williams)                         Exp.           418,160           337,075            81,085    (F)       600,053            535,053           65,000   (F)    Framework by Independant Inspector will not not be          Development Framework so now request £45,000 carry
                                               Inc.          -119,622           -14,357          -105,265    (A)      -120,120           -120,120                0   (F)    required in 2010/11 but is requested to be carried          forward. Staffing vacancies are expected to achieve
                                                                                                                                                                            forward into the next financial year when the expenditure   £20,000 savings.
                                                                                                                                                                            will occur. Additional saving from Service Manager post
                                               Total          298,538           322,718            -24,180   (A)       479,933            414,933           65,000   (F)    salary.
                                                                                                                                                                 0
             Economic & Tourism Devt.                                                                                                                                       The predicted income of £30,000 was an incorrect            Holiday Guide: Brochure has made a profit but not to         Savings have been made in expenditure to off set the
             (Simon King)                      Exp.           357,966            336,681           21,285    (F)       495,810            457,447           38,363 (F)      budget entry and should have shown £10,000 (a               the level predicted (profit of £2,900 against a projection   majority of the loss of income from advertising
                                               Inc.          -191,595           -191,851              256    (F)      -209,075           -139,436          -69,639 (A)      reduction of £20,000). Although this was raised prior to    of £9,000). Tourism Development: Slight
                                               Total          166,371            144,830           21,541    (F)       286,735            318,011          -31,276 (A)      setting the 10/11 budget it was not corrected (based        improvement on previous income prediction.
                                                                                                                                                                            budgets not received until May). The transfer of some of
                                                                                                                                                                            the 'old' Publicity Codes from the previous structure has
                                                                                                                                                                            now been completed. The amount of income to be
                                                                                                                                                                            received by filming rights etc. is an unknown amount so
                                                                                                                                                                            it is difficult to project. Holiday Guide: Advertising
                                                                                                                                                                            income down to date.

                                                                                                                                                                 0
             Regeneration (Roger Hogbin)       Exp.           110,916             84,159           26,757    (F)       136,740            130,063            6,677   (F)    Members working group being established to agree way
                                               Inc.           -33,326            -33,326                0    (F)       -33,326            -33,326                0   (F)    forward for Pavilion site. Some external legal and
                                               Total           77,590             50,833           26,757    (F)       103,414             96,737            6,677   (F)    valuation advice still required.
                                                                                                                                                             2,034
             Building Control (Simon Harvey)
                                                                                                                                                                            Saving in salaries (vacant post) was offset by a £3,000 Still income shortfall but reduced from last month.              Continue to monitor and aim to maximise income form
                       Building Control - WPBC Exp.           270,769           239,179            31,590    (F)       365,688            336,688           29,000   (F)    shortfall in income primarily attributable to the continuing                                                             new work.
                                                                                                                                                                            economic activity downturn. Two large applications (fees
                                                                                                                                                                            totalling £7,600) received in August. Historic purchase
                                                                                                                                                                            of IDOX DMS system in 2008 which was never paid for
                                               Inc.          -148,310           -138,138           -10,172   (A)      -200,000           -190,000          -10,000 (A)      by WPBC has created an overspend of £2,500 in this
                                               Total          122,459            101,041            21,418   (F)       165,688            146,688           19,000 (F)      years account.

                      Building Control - SDBCP Exp.             45,912            46,570              -658   (A)        61,198             61,198                0   (F)
                                               Inc.            -34,629           -24,707            -9,922   (A)       -46,172            -46,172                0   (F)
                                               Total            11,283            21,863           -10,580   (A)        15,026             15,026                0   (F)

                       Building Control Total Exp.            316,681            285,749            30,932   (F)       426,886            397,886           29,000 (F)
                                              Inc.           -182,939           -162,845           -20,094   (A)      -246,172           -236,172          -10,000 (A)
                                              Total           133,742            122,904            10,838   (F)       180,714            161,714           19,000 (F)
                                                                                                                                                                 0
                                               Exp.         1,906,219          1,690,243          215,976    (F)     2,586,899          2,410,659          176,240 (F)
              Regeneration & Sustainability
                                               Inc.          -817,759           -683,734         -134,025    (A)      -995,693           -923,054          -72,639 (A)
                         Total
                                               Total        1,088,460          1,006,509           81,951    (F)     1,591,206          1,487,605          103,601 (F)
                                                                                                                                                                 0


                                                                                          TOTALS
             TOTAL EXPENDITURE                              42,952,370        41,635,146        1,317,224    (F)    56,756,994         58,856,932       -2,099,938 (A)
             TOTAL INCOME                                  -33,964,598       -35,909,882        1,945,284    (F)   -44,486,533        -46,894,037        2,407,504 (F)
             NET TOTAL                                       8,987,772         5,725,264        3,262,508    (F)    12,270,461         11,962,895          307,566 (F)
             HARBOUR RESERVE                                                                                                                                36,241 (F)
             PAVILION RESERVE INC T.I.C                                                                                                                     24,985 (F)
             New General Fund Net Total                                                                                                                    246,340 (F)

             On-Street Parking                 Exp.           490,590            446,258            44,332   (F)       643,252            627,672           15,580 (F)      Salary savings are likely to be achieved in the on-street
                                               Inc,          -523,180           -440,585           -82,595   (A)      -648,144           -594,544          -53,600 (A)      parking section. Weymouth Transport Package has now
                                                              -32,590              5,673           -38,263   (A)        -4,892             33,128          -38,020 (A)      resulted in the permanent removal of the North Quay
                                                                                                                                                                            P&D spaces.

                                                            8,955,182          5,730,937        3,224,245    (F)    12,265,569         11,996,023          269,546   (F)




Appendix 4                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Page 8
2010/11 REVENUE BUDGET MONITORING REPORT
TREND OF OUTTURN VARIANCES

                                                 Variance      Variance                                                           Variance                            Variance         Variance
                                                                              Variance June Variance July Variance August                         Variance October                                        Change from
                Service                            April         May                                                             September                            November         December
                                                                                    £             £              £                                       £                                              Previous Month £
                                                     £             £                                                                  £                                   £                £
Kate Hindson
Communities & People
Food & Safety Services                 Exp.           0 (F)          0 (F)            0 (F)            0 (F)            0 (F)            0 (F)          10,000 (F)       10,000 (F)        7,000 (F)             -3,000 (A)
                                       Inc.           0 (F)          0 (F)            0 (F)            0 (F)            0 (F)            0 (F)          -5,000 (A)       -5,000 (A)       -5,000 (A)                  0 (F)
                                       Total          0 (F)          0 (F)            0 (F)            0 (F)            0 (F)            0 (F)           5,000 (F)        5,000 (F)        2,000 (F)             -3,000 (A)

Revenues & Benefits Partnership        Exp.           0 (F)          0 (F)      -100,610 (A)   -2,255,384 (A)   -2,494,366 (A)   -2,635,904 (A)      -2,703,726 (A)   -2,722,013 (A)   -2,719,876 (A)             2,137 (F)
                                       Inc.           0 (F)          0 (F)       100,610 (F)    2,260,870 (F)    2,500,708 (F)    2,643,426 (F)       2,716,476 (F)    2,736,771 (F)    2,739,211 (F)             2,440 (F)
                                       Total          0 (F)          0 (F)             0 (F)        5,486 (F)        6,342 (F)        7,522 (F)          12,750 (F)       14,758 (F)       19,335 (F)             4,577 (F)

Communities                            Exp.           0 (F)          0 (F)            0 (F)            0 (F)            0 (F)            0 (F)           4,500 (F)            0 (F)            0 (F)                 0 (F)
                                       Inc.           0 (F)          0 (F)            0 (F)        4,500 (F)        4,500 (F)        4,500 (F)               0 (F)        4,500 (F)        4,500 (F)                 0 (F)
                                       Total          0 (F)          0 (F)            0 (F)        4,500 (F)        4,500 (F)        4,500 (F)           4,500 (F)        4,500 (F)        4,500 (F)                 0 (F)

Licensing Services                     Exp.           0 (F)          0 (F)        -7,500 (A)      -7,500 (A)       -4,000 (A)      -15,000 (A)          -15,000 (A)     -15,000 (A)      -20,000 (A)             -5,000 (A)
                                       Inc.           0 (F)          0 (F)         7,500 (F)       7,500 (F)        7,500 (F)       30,000 (F)           30,000 (F)      30,000 (F)       41,000 (F)             11,000 (F)
                                       Total          0 (F)          0 (F)             0 (F)           0 (F)        3,500 (F)       15,000 (F)           15,000 (F)      15,000 (F)       21,000 (F)              6,000 (F)

Housing Enabling Services              Exp.           0 (F)          0 (F)            0 (F)          819 (F)        1,082 (F)        1,487 (F)             811 (F)         -834 (A)          712 (F)              1,546 (F)
                                       Inc.           0 (F)          0 (F)            0 (F)            0 (F)            0 (F)            0 (F)               0 (F)            0 (F)            0 (F)                  0 (F)
                                       Total          0 (F)          0 (F)            0 (F)          819 (F)        1,082 (F)        1,487 (F)             811 (F)         -834 (A)          712 (F)              1,546 (F)

Housing Advice & Homelessness ServicesExp.          647 (F)       3,906 (F)        4,770 (F)       2,771 (F)        5,974 (F)        8,945 (F)          10,590 (F)       14,136 (F)       34,578 (F)             20,442 (F)
                                      Inc.            0 (F)      -2,577 (A)       -3,148 (A)      -2,512 (A)       -3,068 (A)            0 (F)          -4,178 (A)       -2,993 (A)       -5,306 (A)             -2,313 (A)
                                      Total         647 (F)       1,329 (F)        1,622 (F)         259 (F)        2,906 (F)        8,945 (F)           6,412 (F)       11,143 (F)       29,272 (F)             18,129 (F)

Pollution & Private Housing Services   Exp.           0 (F)     -12,000 (A)      -12,000 (A)     -16,000 (A)       -7,042 (A)       -7,042 (A)           -4,135 (A)      -3,726 (A)      -12,526 (A)             -8,800 (A)
                                       Inc.           0 (F)           0 (F)            0 (F)       2,000 (F)        4,500 (F)        4,500 (F)            4,500 (F)       4,500 (F)        5,000 (F)                500 (F)
                                       Total          0 (F)     -12,000 (A)      -12,000 (A)     -14,000 (A)       -2,542 (A)       -2,542 (A)              365 (F)         774 (F)       -7,526 (A)             -8,300 (A)


Communities & People Total             Exp.         647 (F)      -8,094 (A)     -115,340 (A)   -2,275,294 (A)   -2,498,352 (A)   -2,647,514 (A)      -2,696,960 (A)   -2,717,437 (A)   -2,710,112 (A)             7,325 (F)
                                       Inc.           0 (F)      -2,577 (A)      104,962 (F)    2,272,358 (F)    2,514,140 (F)    2,682,426 (F)       2,741,798 (F)    2,767,778 (F)    2,779,405 (F)            11,627 (F)
                                       Total        647 (F)     -10,671 (A)      -10,378 (A)       -2,936 (A)       15,788 (F)       34,912 (F)          44,838 (F)       50,341 (F)       69,293 (F)            18,952 (F)

Jason Vaughan
Corporate Services
Legal Services                         Exp.       -4,109 (A)     -5,401 (A)       -4,334 (A)      -4,334 (A)       -4,334 (A)       -4,334 (A)          19,633 (F)       20,473 (F)       19,836 (F)               -637 (A)
                                       Inc.        5,000 (F)      5,000 (F)        5,000 (F)       5,000 (F)        5,000 (F)        5,000 (F)          -5,000 (A)       -5,000 (A)       -5,000 (A)                  0 (F)
                                       Total         891 (F)       -401 (A)          666 (F)         666 (F)          666 (F)          666 (F)          14,633 (F)       15,473 (F)       14,836 (F)               -637 (A)

                                      Services
Information Communications Technology Exp.            0 (F)      -3,000 (A)       -3,000 (A)      -3,000 (A)       -3,000 (A)       22,000 (F)          22,000 (F)       35,000 (F)       35,000 (F)                 0 (F)
                                      Inc.            0 (F)           0 (F)            0 (F)           0 (F)            0 (F)         -600 (A)            -600 (A)         -200 (A)            0 (F)               200 (F)
                                      Total           0 (F)      -3,000 (A)       -3,000 (A)      -3,000 (A)       -3,000 (A)       21,400 (F)          21,400 (F)       34,800 (F)       35,000 (F)               200 (F)

Financial Services                     Exp.           0 (F)          0 (F)         5,000 (F)       5,000 (F)        5,000 (F)      155,000 (F)         155,000 (F)      155,000 (F)      155,000 (F)                 0 (F)
                                       Inc.           0 (F)          0 (F)             0 (F)           0 (F)            0 (F)            0 (F)               0 (F)            0 (F)            0 (F)                 0 (F)
                                       Total          0 (F)          0 (F)         5,000 (F)       5,000 (F)        5,000 (F)      155,000 (F)         155,000 (F)      155,000 (F)      155,000 (F)                 0 (F)

Property Services                      Exp.           0 (F)          0 (F)        -9,000 (A)      -9,000 (A)      -18,400 (A)       39,500 (F)          39,500 (F)       -8,650 (A)       -1,900 (A)            6,750 (F)
                                       Inc.           0 (F)          0 (F)        11,000 (F)      11,000 (F)      -17,800 (A)       25,115 (F)          25,115 (F)       49,130 (F)       15,806 (F)          -33,324 (A)
                                       Total          0 (F)          0 (F)         2,000 (F)       2,000 (F)      -36,200 (A)       64,615 (F)          64,615 (F)       40,480 (F)       13,906 (F)          -26,574 (A)

Democratic Services                    Exp.           0 (F)          0 (F)       -26,260 (A)     -26,260 (A)       -8,618 (A)       -8,618 (A)           -8,618 (A)      -8,618 (A)        6,540 (F)             15,158 (F)
                                       Inc.           0 (F)          0 (F)        -1,560 (A)      -1,560 (A)       -1,560 (A)       -1,560 (A)           -1,560 (A)      -1,560 (A)       -1,560 (A)                  0 (F)
                                       Total          0 (F)          0 (F)       -27,820 (A)     -27,820 (A)      -10,178 (A)      -10,178 (A)          -10,178 (A)     -10,178 (A)        4,980 (F)             15,158 (F)

Elections Services                     Exp.      -95,000 (A)     -2,020 (A)         -634 (A)         -20 (A)        6,000 (F)        9,000 (F)           5,700 (F)        3,283 (F)        3,303 (F)                 20 (F)
                                       Inc.       89,700 (F)     -3,280 (A)          420 (F)         420 (F)       -3,280 (A)       -3,280 (A)              20 (F)       25,020 (F)       25,000 (F)                -20 (A)


           Appendix 5                                                                                                                                                                                   Page 9
                                           Variance      Variance                                                       Variance                           Variance        Variance
                                                                        Variance June Variance July Variance August                    Variance October                                      Change from
                 Service                     April         May                                                         September                           November        December
                                                                              £             £              £                                  £                                            Previous Month £
                                               £             £                                                              £                                  £               £
                                   Total    -5,300 (A)     -5,300 (A)         -214 (A)      400 (F)        2,720 (F)       5,720 (F)          5,720 (F)       28,303 (F)     28,303 (F)                  0 (F)

Audit Services                     Exp.         0 (F)          0 (F)            0 (F)         0 (F)           0 (F)           0 (F)               0 (F)           0 (F)           0 (F)                  0 (F)
                                   Inc.         0 (F)          0 (F)            0 (F)         0 (F)           0 (F)           0 (F)               0 (F)           0 (F)           0 (F)                  0 (F)
                                   Total        0 (F)          0 (F)            0 (F)         0 (F)           0 (F)           0 (F)               0 (F)           0 (F)           0 (F)                  0 (F)

Corporate Services Total           Exp.    -99,109 (A)    -10,421 (A)      -38,228 (A)   -37,614 (A)     -23,352 (A)     212,548 (F)        233,215 (F)      196,488 (F)    217,779 (F)           21,291 (F)
                                   Inc.     94,700 (F)      1,720 (F)       14,860 (F)    14,860 (F)     -17,640 (A)      24,675 (F)         17,975 (F)       67,390 (F)     34,246 (F)          -33,144 (A)
                                   Total    -4,409 (A)     -8,701 (A)      -23,368 (A)   -22,754 (A)     -40,992 (A)     237,223 (F)        251,190 (F)      263,878 (F)    252,025 (F)          -11,853 (A)

Helen Frances
Facilities & Business Operations
Harbour                            Exp.         0 (F)     12,553 (F)        20,312 (F)    20,312 (F)       9,795 (F)       8,097 (F)          6,353 (F)        5,108 (F)      7,386 (F)               2,278 (F)
                                   Inc.         0 (F)     -8,798 (A)           503 (F)     9,587 (F)       9,187 (F)       6,301 (F)          4,334 (F)       14,974 (F)     28,855 (F)              13,881 (F)
                                   Total        0 (F)      3,755 (F)        20,815 (F)    29,899 (F)      18,982 (F)      14,398 (F)         10,687 (F)       20,082 (F)     36,241 (F)              16,159 (F)

CCTV                               Exp.         0 (F)      23,506 (F)           0 (F)     21,000 (F)      21,247 (F)      18,311 (F)          18,311 (F)      18,311 (F)      18,311 (F)                 0 (F)
                                   Inc.         0 (F)     -18,000 (A)           0 (F)    -18,000 (A)     -18,000 (A)     -18,000 (A)         -18,000 (A)     -18,000 (A)     -18,000 (A)                 0 (F)
                                   Total        0 (F)       5,506 (F)           0 (F)      3,000 (F)       3,247 (F)         311 (F)             311 (F)         311 (F)         311 (F)                 0 (F)

Leisure & Events                   Exp.         0 (F)      -1,500 (A)       -1,992 (A)      -100 (A)       6,946 (F)      15,677 (F)          12,366 (F)       8,366 (F)       8,766 (F)               400 (F)
                                   Inc.         0 (F)           0 (F)            0 (F)         0 (F)     -27,550 (A)     -34,370 (A)         -34,367 (A)     -34,367 (A)     -34,367 (A)                 0 (F)
                                   Total        0 (F)      -1,500 (A)       -1,992 (A)      -100 (A)     -20,604 (A)     -18,693 (A)         -22,001 (A)     -26,001 (A)     -25,601 (A)               400 (F)




           Appendix 5                                                                                                                                                                      Page 10
                                                 Variance     Variance                                                       Variance                           Variance        Variance
                                                                             Variance June Variance July Variance August                    Variance October                                      Change from
                   Service                         April        May                                                         September                           November        December
                                                                                   £             £              £                                  £                                            Previous Month £
                                                     £            £                                                              £                                  £               £
Customer Services                        Exp.         0 (F)     2,000 (F)         2,000 (F)     2,000 (F)       4,500 (F)       4,500 (F)          4,500 (F)        4,500 (F)      4,500 (F)                  0 (F)
                                         Inc.         0 (F)         0 (F)             0 (F)         0 (F)           0 (F)           0 (F)              0 (F)            0 (F)          0 (F)                  0 (F)
                                         Total        0 (F)     2,000 (F)         2,000 (F)     2,000 (F)       4,500 (F)       4,500 (F)          4,500 (F)        4,500 (F)      4,500 (F)                  0 (F)

Visitor Services                         Exp.         0 (F)         0 (F)            0 (F)       -688 (A)      -2,734 (A)      -2,734 (A)          -2,734 (A)      -2,734 (A)      41,581 (F)          44,315 (F)
                                         Inc.         0 (F)         0 (F)            0 (F)          0 (F)      -7,500 (A)      -7,500 (A)          -9,000 (A)      -9,000 (A)     -55,596 (A)         -46,596 (A)
                                         Total        0 (F)         0 (F)            0 (F)       -688 (A)     -10,234 (A)     -10,234 (A)         -11,734 (A)     -11,734 (A)     -14,015 (A)          -2,281 (A)

Facilities & Contract Services           Exp.         0 (F)    -38,759 (A)       84,961 (F)   102,400 (F)     111,800 (F)     102,000 (F)          87,000 (F)      17,000 (F)     12,000 (F)              -5,000 (A)
                                         Inc.         0 (F)     38,759 (F)      -84,961 (A)   -84,400 (A)     -77,700 (A)     -59,000 (A)         -44,000 (A)      26,000 (F)     27,000 (F)               1,000 (F)
                                         Total        0 (F)          0 (F)            0 (F)    18,000 (F)      34,100 (F)      43,000 (F)          43,000 (F)      43,000 (F)     39,000 (F)              -4,000 (A)

Bereavement Services                     Exp.         0 (F)         0 (F)             0 (F)     3,357 (F)      13,857 (F)      13,857 (F)         13,857 (F)       13,857 (F)      24,057 (F)          10,200 (F)
                                         Inc.         0 (F)         0 (F)        -6,000 (A)    -6,000 (A)      -1,000 (A)       5,000 (F)          5,000 (F)        5,000 (F)     -21,500 (A)         -26,500 (A)
                                         Total        0 (F)         0 (F)        -6,000 (A)    -2,643 (A)      12,857 (F)      18,857 (F)         18,857 (F)       18,857 (F)       2,557 (F)         -16,300 (A)

Facilities & Business Operations Total   Exp.         0 (F)    -2,200 (A)       105,281 (F)   148,281 (F)     165,411 (F)     159,708 (F)        139,653 (F)       64,408 (F)    116,601 (F)           52,193 (F)
                                         Inc.         0 (F)    11,961 (F)       -90,458 (A)   -98,813 (A)    -122,563 (A)    -107,569 (A)        -96,033 (A)      -15,393 (A)    -73,608 (A)          -58,215 (A)
                                         Total        0 (F)     9,761 (F)        14,823 (F)    49,468 (F)      42,848 (F)      52,139 (F)         43,620 (F)       49,015 (F)     42,993 (F)           -6,022 (A)

Melanie Earnshaw
Governance
Human Resources                          Exp.         0 (F)         0 (F)            0 (F)         0 (F)           0 (F)           0 (F)               0 (F)       23,000 (F)     40,750 (F)              17,750 (F)
                                         Inc.         0 (F)         0 (F)            0 (F)         0 (F)           0 (F)           0 (F)               0 (F)            0 (F)          0 (F)                   0 (F)
                                         Total        0 (F)         0 (F)            0 (F)         0 (F)           0 (F)           0 (F)               0 (F)       23,000 (F)     40,750 (F)              17,750 (F)

Corporate Comunications                  Exp.         0 (F)         0 (F)         4,522 (F)     4,522 (F)       4,522 (F)       4,522 (F)          4,522 (F)        4,522 (F)      4,522 (F)                  0 (F)
                                         Inc.         0 (F)         0 (F)             0 (F)         0 (F)           0 (F)           0 (F)              0 (F)            0 (F)          0 (F)                  0 (F)
                                         Total        0 (F)         0 (F)         4,522 (F)     4,522 (F)       4,522 (F)       4,522 (F)          4,522 (F)        4,522 (F)      4,522 (F)                  0 (F)

Performance & Improvement Services       Exp.         0 (F)         0 (F)            0 (F)      6,200 (F)       6,200 (F)       5,000 (F)          1,500 (F)       -5,500 (A)      -5,500 (A)                 0 (F)
                                         Inc.         0 (F)         0 (F)            0 (F)          0 (F)           0 (F)           0 (F)              0 (F)            0 (F)           0 (F)                 0 (F)
                                         Total        0 (F)         0 (F)            0 (F)      6,200 (F)       6,200 (F)       5,000 (F)          1,500 (F)       -5,500 (A)      -5,500 (A)                 0 (F)


Governance Total                         Exp.         0 (F)         0 (F)         4,522 (F)    10,722 (F)      10,722 (F)       9,522 (F)          6,022 (F)       22,022 (F)     39,772 (F)              17,750 (F)
                                         Inc.         0 (F)         0 (F)             0 (F)         0 (F)           0 (F)           0 (F)              0 (F)            0 (F)          0 (F)                   0 (F)
                                         Total        0 (F)         0 (F)         4,522 (F)    10,722 (F)      10,722 (F)       9,522 (F)          6,022 (F)       22,022 (F)     39,772 (F)              17,750 (F)

Karyn Punchard
Local Environment
Waste & Depot Services                   Exp.         0 (F)         0 (F)             0 (F)         0 (F)           0 (F)           0 (F)          -5,000 (A)      -5,000 (A)     -14,752 (A)             -9,752 (A)
                                         Inc.         0 (F)         0 (F)       -50,000 (A)   -50,000 (A)     -47,000 (A)     -42,000 (A)         -27,000 (A)     -27,000 (A)           0 (F)             27,000 (F)
                                         Total        0 (F)         0 (F)       -50,000 (A)   -50,000 (A)     -47,000 (A)     -42,000 (A)         -32,000 (A)     -32,000 (A)     -14,752 (A)             17,248 (F)




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                                                 Variance      Variance                                                           Variance                            Variance         Variance
                                                                              Variance June Variance July Variance August                         Variance October                                        Change from
                Service                            April         May                                                             September                            November         December
                                                                                    £             £              £                                       £                                              Previous Month £
                                                     £             £                                                                  £                                   £                £
Parks & Open Spaces                      Exp.         0 (F)           0 (F)            0 (F)           0 (F)            0 (F)         -500 (A)             -500 (A)      -1,500 (A)       29,500 (F)           31,000 (F)
                                         Inc.         0 (F)     -10,700 (A)      -10,700 (A)     -10,700 (A)      -17,400 (A)      -16,900 (A)          -16,900 (A)     -16,900 (A)      -28,900 (A)          -12,000 (A)
                                         Total        0 (F)     -10,700 (A)      -10,700 (A)     -10,700 (A)      -17,400 (A)      -17,400 (A)          -17,400 (A)     -18,400 (A)          600 (F)           19,000 (F)

Parking Services                         Exp.         0 (F)          0 (F)             0 (F)       5,000 (F)        5,000 (F)       15,000 (F)           15,000 (F)      15,000 (F)       16,000 (F)               1,000 (F)
                                         Inc.         0 (F)          0 (F)       -30,000 (A)     -55,000 (A)     -153,000 (A)     -220,000 (A)         -206,000 (A)    -204,000 (A)     -204,000 (A)                   0 (F)
                                         Total        0 (F)          0 (F)       -30,000 (A)     -50,000 (A)     -148,000 (A)     -205,000 (A)         -191,000 (A)    -189,000 (A)     -188,000 (A)               1,000 (F)

Engineering                              Exp.         0 (F)          0 (F)            0 (F)            0 (F)       18,536 (F)       11,534 (F)          11,534 (F)        8,034 (F)        2,034 (F)              -6,000 (A)
                                         Inc.         0 (F)          0 (F)            0 (F)            0 (F)            0 (F)            0 (F)               0 (F)            0 (F)            0 (F)                   0 (F)
                                         Total        0 (F)          0 (F)            0 (F)            0 (F)       18,536 (F)       11,534 (F)          11,534 (F)        8,034 (F)        2,034 (F)              -6,000 (A)

Local Environment Total                  Exp.     31,500 (F)     31,500 (F)       31,500 (F)      36,500 (F)       23,536 (F)       26,034 (F)           21,034 (F)      16,534 (F)       32,782 (F)              16,248 (F)
                                         Inc.    -34,000 (A)    -44,700 (A)     -119,700 (A)    -137,590 (A)     -217,400 (A)     -278,900 (A)         -249,900 (A)    -247,900 (A)     -232,900 (A)              15,000 (F)
                                         Total    -2,500 (A)    -13,200 (A)      -88,200 (A)    -101,090 (A)     -193,864 (A)     -252,866 (A)         -228,866 (A)    -231,366 (A)     -200,118 (A)              31,248 (F)

Simon Williams
Regeneration & Sustainability
Development Management                   Exp.         0 (F)       3,000 (F)       -2,000 (A)      11,200 (F)       18,200 (F)       18,200 (F)          18,200 (F)       18,200 (F)       37,200 (F)              19,000 (F)
                                         Inc.         0 (F)      -3,000 (A)       -3,000 (A)      -3,000 (A)          500 (F)          500 (F)             500 (F)          500 (F)        7,000 (F)               6,500 (F)
                                         Total        0 (F)           0 (F)       -5,000 (A)       8,200 (F)       18,700 (F)       18,700 (F)          18,700 (F)       18,700 (F)       44,200 (F)              25,500 (F)

Strategic Planning Services              Exp.         0 (F)     40,000 (F)        50,000 (F)      50,000 (F)       50,000 (F)       50,000 (F)          50,000 (F)       50,000 (F)       65,000 (F)              15,000 (F)
                                         Inc.         0 (F)          0 (F)             0 (F)           0 (F)            0 (F)            0 (F)               0 (F)            0 (F)            0 (F)                   0 (F)
                                         Total        0 (F)     40,000 (F)        50,000 (F)      50,000 (F)       50,000 (F)       50,000 (F)          50,000 (F)       50,000 (F)       65,000 (F)              15,000 (F)

                                     Exp.
Economic & Tourism Development Services               0 (F)          0 (F)             0 (F)      15,000 (F)       15,000 (F)       15,000 (F)           15,000 (F)      15,000 (F)       38,363 (F)           23,363 (F)
                                     Inc.             0 (F)          0 (F)       -25,843 (A)     -44,843 (A)      -44,843 (A)      -44,843 (A)          -43,843 (A)     -43,843 (A)      -69,639 (A)          -25,796 (A)
                                     Total            0 (F)          0 (F)       -25,843 (A)     -29,843 (A)      -29,843 (A)      -29,843 (A)          -28,843 (A)     -28,843 (A)      -31,276 (A)           -2,433 (A)

Regeneration Services                    Exp.         0 (F)          0 (F)            0 (F)        6,677 (F)        6,677 (F)        6,677 (F)           6,677 (F)        6,677 (F)        6,677 (F)                  0 (F)
                                         Inc.         0 (F)          0 (F)            0 (F)            0 (F)            0 (F)            0 (F)               0 (F)            0 (F)            0 (F)                  0 (F)
                                         Total        0 (F)          0 (F)            0 (F)        6,677 (F)        6,677 (F)        6,677 (F)           6,677 (F)        6,677 (F)        6,677 (F)                  0 (F)

South Dorset Building Control PartnershipExp.     31,500 (F)     31,500 (F)       31,500 (F)      31,500 (F)       31,500 (F)       31,500 (F)           31,500 (F)      29,000 (F)       29,000 (F)                   0 (F)
                                         Inc.    -34,000 (A)    -34,000 (A)      -29,000 (A)     -21,890 (A)      -15,000 (A)      -15,000 (A)          -15,000 (A)     -14,000 (A)      -10,000 (A)               4,000 (F)
                                         Total    -2,500 (A)     -2,500 (A)        2,500 (F)       9,610 (F)       16,500 (F)       16,500 (F)           16,500 (F)      15,000 (F)       19,000 (F)               4,000 (F)

Regeneration & Sustainability Total      Exp.         0 (F)     43,000 (F)        48,000 (F)      82,877 (F)      121,377 (F)      121,377 (F)         121,377 (F)      118,877 (F)      176,240 (F)           57,363 (F)
                                         Inc.         0 (F)     -3,000 (A)       -28,843 (A)     -47,843 (A)      -59,343 (A)      -59,343 (A)         -58,343 (A)      -57,343 (A)      -72,639 (A)          -15,296 (A)
                                         Total        0 (F)     40,000 (F)        19,157 (F)      35,034 (F)       62,034 (F)       62,034 (F)          63,034 (F)       61,534 (F)      103,601 (F)           42,067 (F)


TOTAL EXPENDITURE                                -66,962 (A)     53,785 (F)       35,735 (F)   -2,034,528 (A)   -2,200,658 (A)   -2,118,325 (A)      -2,175,659 (A)   -2,299,108 (A)   -2,126,938 (A)         172,170 (F)
TOTAL INCOME                                      60,700 (F)    -36,596 (A)     -119,179 (A)    2,002,972 (F)    2,097,194 (F)    2,261,289 (F)       2,355,497 (F)    2,514,532 (F)    2,434,504 (F)         -80,028 (A)




           Appendix 5                                                                                                                                                                                   Page 12
                         Variance      Variance                                                      Variance                          Variance        Variance
                                                     Variance June Variance July Variance August                    Variance October                                    Change from
               Service     April         May                                                        September                          November        December
                                                           £             £              £                                  £                                          Previous Month £
                             £             £                                                             £                                 £               £
TOTAL VARIANCE            -6,262 (A)    17,189 (F)      -83,444 (A)   -31,556 (A)    -103,464 (A)     142,964 (F)        179,838 (F)     215,424 (F)    307,566 (F)             92,142 (F)


NB. F = Favourable
    A = Adverse




           Appendix 5                                                                                                                                                 Page 13
2010/11 REVENUE BUDGET MONITORING REPORT
TREND OF OUTTURN VARIANCES

                                                 Annual        Predicted     Forecast
                      Service                    Budget        Out-turn      Variance
Kate Hindson
Communities & People
Food & Safety Services                               439,825       437,825         2,000   (F)
Revenues & Benefits Partnership                      521,442       502,107        19,335   (F)
Communities Services                                 208,617       204,117         4,500   (F)
Licensing Services                                    55,495        34,495        21,000   (F)
Housing Enabling Services                            657,256       656,544           712   (F)
Housing Advice & Homelessness Services               697,519       668,247        29,272   (F)
Pollution & Private Housing Services                 948,418       955,944        -7,526   (A)
Communities & People Total                         3,528,572     3,459,279        69,293   (F)
Jason Vaughan
Corporate Services
Legal Services                                       272,317       257,481        14,836   (F)
Information Communications Technology Services     1,070,541     1,035,541        35,000   (F)
Financial Services                                -4,985,933    -5,140,933       155,000   (F)
Property Services                                  1,369,771     1,355,865        13,906   (F)
Democratic Services                                  781,573       776,593         4,980   (F)
Elections Services                                   234,517       206,214        28,303   (F)
Audit Services                                       155,522       155,522             0   (F)
Corporate Services Total                          -1,101,692    -1,353,717       252,025   (F)
Helen Frances
Facilities & Business Operations
Harbour                                             -107,429      -143,670        36,241   (F)
CCTV                                                 330,551       330,240           311   (F)
Leisure & Events                                     824,271       849,872       -25,601   (A)
Customer Services                                    761,993       757,493         4,500   (F)
Visitor Services                                     182,279       196,294       -14,015   (A)
Facilities & Contract Services                 881,373      842,373    39,000 (F)
Bereavement Services                           -47,400      -49,957     2,557 (F)
Facilities & Business Operations Total       2,825,638    2,782,645    42,993 (F)
Melanie Earnshaw
Governance
Human Resources                               427,235      386,485     40,750    (F)
Corporate Comunications                       367,113      362,591      4,522    (F)
Performance & Improvement Services            144,186      149,686     -5,500    (A)
Governance Total                              938,534      898,762     39,772    (F)
Alex Parmley
Local Environment
Waste Services                               4,150,216    4,164,968    -14,752   (A)
Parks & Open Spaces                          1,369,412    1,368,812        600   (F)
Parking Services                            -1,325,891   -1,137,891   -188,000   (A)
Engineering & Depot Services                   294,466      292,432      2,034   (F)
Local Environment Total                      4,488,203    4,688,321   -200,118   (A)
Simon Williams
Regeneration & Sustainability
Development Management                         540,410      496,210    44,200    (F)
Strategic Planning Services                    479,933      414,933    65,000    (F)
Economic & Tourism Development Services        286,735      318,011   -31,276    (A)
Regeneration Services                          103,414       96,737     6,677    (F)
South Dorset Building Control Partnership      180,714      161,714    19,000    (F)
Regeneration & Sustainability Total          1,591,206    1,487,605   103,601    (F)
TOTAL VARIANCE                              12,270,461   11,962,895   307,566    (F)
HARBOUR RESERVE                                                        36,241    (F)
New General Fund Net Total                                            246,340    (F)
2010/2011 CONSOLIDATED REVENUE ACCOUNT AS AT 31ST DECEMBER 2010

                                                      Budget to    Actual to                        Full Year    Predicted    Variance at Year
                          Service                       Date         Date       Variance to Date     Budget       Outturn           End
                                                         £            £                £                £            £               £
Central Services to the Public

Election Services
Elections                                                 51,817       62,816       -10,999 (A)         65,556       37,253        28,303 (F)
Register of Electors                                     136,303      127,229         9,074 (F)        168,961      168,961             0 (F)

Development Management
Land Charges                                              -7,923      -45,118        37,195 (F)        -11,634      -39,834        28,200 (F)

Engineering & Depot
Emergency Planning                                        63,708       59,524         4,184 (F)         84,919       83,919         1,000 (F)

Financial Services
Grants                                                    73,822       73,822             0 (F)         73,822       73,822             0 (F)

Performance & Improvement
CPA Projects                                              65,463       30,867        34,596 (F)        144,186      149,686        -5,500 (A)

Revenues & Benefits
Local Taxation                                          -534,245    1,749,423     -2,283,668 (A)      -438,704     -458,039        19,335 (F)

Revs & Bens Partnership
Local Taxation                                           252,201      187,459        64,742 (F)        334,379      334,379             0 (F)

Central Services to the Public Total                     101,146    2,246,022     -2,144,876 (A)       421,485      350,147        71,338 (F)

Cultural, Environmental & Planning Services

Parks & Open Spaces
Cems & Crems                                              37,910     -179,028       216,938   (F)      -47,400      -49,957         2,557   (F)
Parks                                                    835,710      768,122        67,588   (F)    1,054,162    1,043,862        10,300   (F)
Lodmoor & Sports Facilities                              327,358      288,903        38,455   (F)      326,501      326,501             0   (F)
Roundabouts                                               -4,061        2,763        -6,824   (A)      -11,251       -1,551        -9,700   (A)

Technical Services
Design Services                                          265,075      212,845        52,230 (F)        352,066      311,316        40,750 (F)
CCTV                                                     265,582      224,135        41,447 (F)        314,422      314,111           311 (F)

Property Services
Property                                                 829,727      517,793       311,934 (F)        772,493      758,587        13,906 (F)
Clocks & Monument Maintenance                             12,143       11,606           537 (F)         16,162       16,162             0 (F)

Environmental Health & Licensing Services
Pest, Dog & Litter Control                                64,483       49,684        14,799   (F)       84,184       74,684         9,500   (F)
Statutory Health Measures                                195,760      183,643        12,117   (F)      255,691      251,391         4,300   (F)
Food Safety                                              267,812      261,329         6,483   (F)      355,641      363,141        -7,500   (A)
Licensing & Door Supervisor Registration                  30,042       -3,738        33,780   (F)       55,495       34,495        21,000   (F)

Financial Services
Port Health Authority                                     32,249       32,249             0 (F)         32,249       32,249             0 (F)
Sundry Acquisitions                                            0          584          -584 (A)        -19,000      -19,000             0 (F)

Information Services
Marketing & Promotion                                    137,671      211,471       -73,800 (A)        182,484      177,962         4,522 (F)


Planning, Economy & Development
Economy & Development                                    110,894       66,027        44,867 (F)        145,649      145,649             0 (F)
Planning & Building Control                              661,427      701,360       -39,933 (A)        961,640      875,640        86,000 (F)

Corporate Development & Partnerships
Weymouth and Portland Partnership WPBC Contribution        2,186        2,186             0 (F)          2,186        2,186             0 (F)
Regeneration and Community Development                         0      -13,413        13,413 (F)              0            0             0 (F)

Technical Services
Community Safety                                          56,924       62,750         -5,826 (A)        75,090       70,590         4,500 (F)

Tourism & Leisure
Sports                                                   497,480      571,250       -73,770   (A)      614,509      614,509             0   (F)
Beach                                                     79,734       95,649       -15,915   (A)      135,655      161,636       -25,981   (A)
Culture and Heritage                                      48,413       36,501        11,912   (F)       54,352       50,372         3,980   (F)
Tourism                                                  424,952      510,354       -85,402   (A)      493,865      542,756       -48,891   (A)

Waste & Recycling
Cleansing, Waste Collection & Public Conveniences      3,036,026    2,896,536       139,490 (F)      3,730,294    3,734,294        -4,000 (A)

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                                                    Budget to    Actual to                       Full Year    Predicted    Variance at Year
                        Service                       Date         Date       Variance to Date    Budget       Outturn           End
                                                       £            £                £               £            £               £

Cultural, Environmental & Planning Services Total    8,215,497    7,511,561       703,936 (F)     9,937,139    9,831,585      105,554 (F)




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                                                      Budget to       Actual to                          Full Year       Predicted       Variance at Year
                           Service                      Date            Date          Variance to Date    Budget          Outturn              End
                                                         £               £                   £               £               £                  £
Highways, Roads & Transport Services

Technical Services
Engineering Services                                       61,370         77,110          -15,740 (A)        81,164           80,664             500 (F)
Car Parks                                              -1,156,171     -1,095,936          -60,235 (A)    -1,334,179       -1,145,179        -189,000 (A)
Pilotage                                                  -23,243        -27,867            4,624 (F)       -22,799          -29,844           7,045 (F)

Financial Services
Bus Fares                                                796,913         643,787          153,126 (F)     1,064,816         914,816         150,000 (F)

Highways, Roads & Transport Services Total              -321,131        -402,906           81,775 (F)      -210,998        -179,543          -31,455 (A)

Housing Services
Housing                                                  829,200         736,833           92,367 (F)     1,583,792       1,570,334           13,458 (F)

Financial Services
Housing Advances                                                  0               0             0 (F)                0               0             0 (F)

Environmental Health & Property Services
Improvement & Repair Grants                               55,312          55,008              304 (F)       463,710         459,010            4,700 (F)

Revenues & Benefits
Housing Benefits & Rents                                          0               0             0 (F)                0               0             0 (F)

Westwey
Housing Benefits & Rents                                 452,506         262,758          189,748 (F)       625,767         625,767                0 (F)


Housing Services Total                                 1,337,018       1,054,599          282,419 (F)     2,673,269       2,655,111           18,158 (F)

Corporate & Democratic Core

Corporate Development & Partnerships
Democratic Services                                      541,980         486,727           55,253 (F)       721,930         715,690            6,240 (F)
Mayoral Services                                          46,448          44,691            1,757 (F)        59,643          60,903           -1,260 (A)

Financial Services
Corporate Finance                                      1,741,644       1,562,460          179,184 (F)     2,311,777       2,306,777            5,000 (F)
Treasury Management                                      675,310      -1,778,885        2,454,195 (F)       913,726         913,726                0 (F)


Corporate & Democratic Core Total                      3,005,382         314,993        2,690,389 (F)     4,007,076       3,997,096            9,980 (F)


Unapportionable Central Overheads                        626,018         557,194           68,824 (F)       821,341         821,341                0 (F)


Other Expenditure                                      -1,512,376     -2,987,870        1,475,494 (F)    -2,094,404       -2,170,522          76,118 (F)

NET COST OF SERVICES                                  11,451,554       8,293,593        3,157,961 (F)    15,554,908      15,305,215         249,693 (F)

Deficit/(-Surplus) from Trading Operations:
Highways                                                 -51,639           5,746          -57,385 (A)       -46,225         -46,225                0 (F)

Harbour                                                 -137,381         309,572         -446,953 (A)        10,925           -7,948          18,873 (F)

Pavilion                                                 709,662         610,151           99,511 (F)       881,373         842,373           39,000 (F)

Market                                                   -16,748          -3,599          -13,149 (A)       -13,236         -13,236                0 (F)

Beach Bungalows                                          -24,835         -22,572            -2,263 (A)      -14,976         -14,976                0 (F)

Printing                                                 118,450         109,584            8,866 (F)       157,411         157,411                0 (F)

Asset Management Revenue Account                         528,249          12,078          516,171 (F)       -28,179         -28,179                0 (F)

(Gains)/Losses on repurchase of borrowing                                                       0 (F)                                              0 (F)
Interest Receivable                                                                             0 (F)                                              0 (F)
NET OPERATING EXPENDITURE

Appropriation to/from Reserves                                  0              0                0 (F)             0                0               0 (F)
Appropriation to Capital Reserve - MRP/Depreciation    -3,589,540     -3,589,539               -1 (A)    -3,589,540       -3,589,540               0 (F)
Appropriation to Capital Reserve - Deferred Charges             0              0                0 (F)      -642,000         -642,000               0 (F)

AMOUNT TO BE MET FROM GOVERNMENT
GRANTS AND LOCAL TAXPAYERS                             8,987,772       5,725,014        3,262,758 (F)    12,270,461      11,962,895         307,566 (F)


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                       Budget to   Actual to                      Full Year   Predicted   Variance at Year
             Service     Date        Date      Variance to Date    Budget      Outturn          End
                          £           £               £               £           £              £




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2010/11 REVENUE BUDGET MONITORING REPORT
HIGH RISK AREAS
                                   Budget to            Actual to                      Full Year   Predicted   Variance at Year
         Budget Holder / Service     Date                 Date      Variance to Date    Budget      Outturn          End                   Summary of Previously Declared Variances          Budget Holder Comments for Current Month's Variances                      Actions
                                      £                    £               £               £           £              £
Stuart Dawson
Revenues & Benefits
                                                                                                                               Additional overpayments raised. Increase in benefits        Additional overpayments raised. Increase in              Monitor monthly.
Revenues & Benefits WPBC                     -534,245   1,749,423     -2,283,668 (A)    -438,704    -458,039        19,335 (F) awarded partially offset by increased subsidy.              benefits awarded partially offset by increased
                                                                                                                                                                                           subsidy.

Revenues & Benefits Partnership              704,707      450,217       254,490 (F)      960,146     960,146             0 (F)

Sharon Ball & Chris Branch
Housing Services
Chris Branch                       Housing                                                                                        Savings on salaries due to maternity leave - ended
                                             148,725      125,229        23,496 (F)      657,256     656,544           712 (F)
Enabling Service                                                                                                                  04/10/10.

                                                                                                                               The savings on Bed & Breakfast has been offset by an        Homeless Families: The B&B budget is under spent Continue to monitor Bed & Breakfast
                                                                                                                               overspend on Existing Satifactory Properties (ESP's) for    this month. There is £2,900 in the supporting people budget.
Sharon Ball                       Housing                                                                                      rent whilst properties are vacant. There has also been      fund. Housing Advice Centre: There is an overspend
                                             509,001      424,457        84,544 (F)      697,519     668,247        29,272 (F)
Advice & Homelessness Service                                                                                                  expenditure on overtime but this has partially been         on IT consumables.
                                                                                                                               offset against savings on salaries due to maternity
                                                                                                                               leave - ended 04/10/10.

Julie Strange
Financial Services
Concessionary Travel                           3,000        3,149          -149 (A)        6,000       6,000             0 (F)

Greg Northcote                    Property
Services
                                                                                                                               Guildhall: £7,000 unrecovered potential service charge      Guildhall: No budgeted rent increase if lease of         However opportunity to recover service
                                                                                                                               because lease of Guildhall to DCC not completed.            Registrars Accommodation does not complete (£500)        charge still in negotiation as part of
                                                                                                                               Council Offices: £38,000 budgeted 3rd Floor Planning        . Council Offices: Savings of £1250 from                 relocation of Registrar Service to Arts
                                                                                                                               Refurbishment deferred until 2011/2012 and carry            employment of caretaker emerging during year             Centre. Predictions may vary if Art
                                                                                                                               forward request to follow. £26,500 unbudgeted costs for     against budget. Hotels: £10,000 additional revenue       Centre lets early to Registrar Service.
                                                                                                                               lift repairs required. Additionally £27,500 underspend on   from rent increases. Other Operational Properties:
                                                                                                                               planned maintenance and £8,000 likely underspend on         £5,000 previous underspend declaration reversed.
                                                                                                                               response maintenance this year reflecting general           £15,900 unpredicted additional rent payments from
                                                                                                                               improvement in condition. A carry forward request for       delayed sale of Pier Bandstand. Offset by loss of
                                                                                                                               £38,000 re 3rd Floor Planning reburbishment is to           revenue from Dorset Womens Refuge of £4,885.
                                                                                                                               follow. Portland Town Council: £3,000 unbudgeted            Beach Bungalows & Chalets: Vired funds from
Property                                     833,694      594,707       238,987 (F)      844,780     827,124        17,656 (F) gas consumption. Unbudgeted electricty costs because        underspend on Councill Offices above to meet first
                                                                                                                               meters not read for several quarters offset by              phase of chalet redecorations.
                                                                                                                               unbudgeted revenue from office letting. The Arts
                                                                                                                               Centre: £10,000 additional service charge recovery.
                                                                                                                               £3,000 reduction in expenditure because of unlet unit.
                                                                                                                               £14,400 additional expenditure on maintenance,water
                                                                                                                               consumption and insurance part of which is
                                                                                                                               rechargeable to the tenant. Other Operational
                                                                                                                               Properties: £24,615 unbudgeted additional revenue
                                                                                                                               from Womens Refuge dilapidations settlement & Pier
                                                                                                                               Bandstand rent. £5000 potential underspend because
                                                                                                                               contract surveyor will not take up appointment until end




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