Disclosure Log – Freedom of Information Requests

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IdSubjectResponse DateQuestionsResponse Files
5217
Fostering placements
27/03/2015
1. 1. How many children and young people your Local Authority had placed with Independent Fostering Agencies as of the 1st March 2015. 2. A breakdown of how many children were placed with each on-contract provider as of the 1st March 2015. 3. A breakdown of the how many children and young people were placed with each off contract provider as of 1st March 2015.
2. 4. How many placement referrals your local authority made in the year 01/03/2014-01/03/2015 to on-contract providers. 5. How many placement referrals your local authority made in the year 01/03/2014-01/03/2015 to off-contract providers.
5316
Children In Care
27/03/2015
In the 2014 calendar year how many children were taken into care where there was a recorded concern that the parents/carers of the child were at risk of physical violence from the child? Please state the ages of the children involved.
5214
Public Works Loan Board loans
27/03/2015
1. 1. For each individual PWLB loan, the amount borrowed and the annual rate, and amount of interest you pay
2. 2. The average annualised rate, and full amount of interest you pay for all your PWLB loans as a PWLB loan portfolio
3. 3. Have the rates of interest or repayment conditions on individual PWLB loans been retrospectively changed by HM Treasury? If so when? and how?
4. 4. Where interest rates have been retrospectively changed by HM Treasury, how much additional interest is the council paying per annum as a result of these changes?
5266
Business Rates
27/03/2015
Up to date list of businesses, companies, PLC's and charities that have just become responsible for paying business rates between to 1st march 2015 to the 15th March 2015. I would like the business name, address and the date that they became responsible.
5233
Waste Collection
27/03/2015
How many times a household had to report the non collection of household waste over the past year or the latest figure. If available please break the figures down by areas in Nottingham.
5228
School Admission Places
27/03/2015
1. 1. The number of secondary school places available in the Nottingham City area for the 2015/2016 intake. 2. The current total number of children in Year 6 (the 2014/2015 school year) who are in state funded schools in the Nottingham City area.
2. 3. Tell me what the published / planned admission number to year 7 was for both The Bluecoat School (Aspley Lane Campus) and The Trinity School for the below listed school years. - 2008/2009, 2009/2010, 2010/2011, 2011/2012, 2012/2013.
5185
Postal Services
27/03/2015
1. 1) How much did your organisation spend on postal services in 2013/14 (or most recent annual period)? 2) What postal service provider(s) did your organisation use in 2013/14 (or most recent annual period)? 3) What is the duration of your existing postal services contracts (if any), and when do they end?
2. 4) Do you intend to use Crown Commercial Services Postal Services Framework RM1063 when your current arrangements end? 5) Do you currently or intend to utilise Hybrid Mail Services*? If yes, please provide details of the supplier. 6) Please provide the name and/or job title of the key decision maker pertaining to the selection of Postal Services Providers?
4417
Food safety inspection reports
26/03/2015
Provide a copy of the food safety inspection reports and any related notices for the following businesses for the dates shown on the food standards agency rating site as below: 1. Harts Restaurant, Park Row Nottingham - inspection date 05/08/14 2. Mr Mans, Wollatan Park, Wollaton Road - inspection date 14/02/13 Also send a list of all premises holding a premises licence for the retail sale of alcohol, (business name, address, designated premises supervisor, date licence issued)
5175
Unaccompanied child asylum seekers
26/03/2015
1. How many unaccompanied child asylum seekers are in the care of your authority's children's services department? 2. Please give a breakdown by nationality (listing how many children are of each nationality) 3. Please give a breakdown by age and sex
5311
Deceased Council Tax Accounts in Credit
26/03/2015
I wish to request a list of all closed/ended Council Tax accounts with credit balances from 1993 (or earliest records) to 2015 where the liable party is deceased. I would like the following fields returned in Excel format via email:- Full name Address* End date on the account Amount of credit on the account *If the account address of the deceased is considered exempt for any reason, then I would still request that the other criteria is returned.
5246
ICT Structure Chart
26/03/2015
I would like to request the organisational chart for the ICT department both corporate and schools form. I would appreciate it if this included the detail from the overall head of this function down to lower management with the respective job titles and full names
5189
'Nottingham City Council IT Recommendations' Document
26/03/2015
1. 1. Regarding the "Nottingham City Council IT Recommendations" document (see request for direct link) what date was it commissioned? 2. Who commissioned it (whether it was a single person, or in the case of a group decision, those involved) 3. The date of delivery (to Nottingham City Council), and the date of publication.
2. 4. The total cost of producing this document including, but not limited to, the amount paid to Actica Consulting
5191
ICT Training
26/03/2015
1. 1. Has there been any request to make a purchase of ICT technical training or any other training by any department with QA training from 1st of February 2015. Please state what have they requested to be purchased, by whom and state the exact amount to be yet purchased.
2. 2. Currently have any purchase orders been raised or will be raised by any employee of the ICT technical or any other department with QA training since 1st February 2015. Please state exact amount and who has purchased it with the exact requirements and dates selected for the training courses.
3. 3. Please state if the ICT technical department or any other department has secured 3 quotes for this training and provide details of what decision making criteria was used to select QA training as the supplier.
4. 4. Have the ICT technical training department or any other department searched the web to find and secure new training companies to gain the best value for the taxpayer? Note: There appears to be trend to continuously use QA training for repeatedly buying training courses at a much higher price without even testing the market to see if tax payers can receive savings by finding new suppliers who provide the same training with the same quality at a much lower price.
5. 5. If the ICT department or any other department purchased a skills licence how have they gone about justifying the decision to pre-purchase a block of training without even securing a similar bulk purchase discount price from other providers ?
6. 6. We believe that any remaining budgets being utilised from 1st of Feb 2015 are purely to utilise remaining budgets of the ICT and other departments without a genuine/real training requirements. (I.e. budget dumping).This is a gross waste of taxpayers' money, are the buyers in the organisation aware of the consequences of unlawfully spending taxpayers money?
7. 7. We also believe that ICT and other departments are continuously purchasing new skills licence training credits to extend their unused ICT technical training credits, has the buying manger in ICT or another department made a purchase in the last 3 years with a view to extend their skills licence unused credits ?
8. 8. How exactly does the tender or the three quote process work within your council? Also when and where was this openly advertised? How many suppliers were short listed? What formal mechanism was used to select the supplier? Was any pricing information shared with QA training to match or beat the price and thus any unfair advantage was given to QA training?
9. 9. My research shows that all departments (Inc.ICT) must be fully scrutinised to see if the current procurement processes are designed to give an unfair advantage to the existing training provider(s) thereby resulting in a loss to the taxpayers and I will proactively monitor this for the coming year to see who/how the training contracts are awarded.
10. 10. Please provide full details with name, telephone number of the purchasing manager or any other responsible manager who allocates budgets and decides on how ICT or training is purchased.
11. 11. Please provide any formal documentation which clearly states the policy which should be adopted by the organisation to purchase ICT technical or any other training.
12. 12. Please provide an escalation process for public complaints to investigate how ICT technical training has been purchased.
5186
Roadworks/Road maintenance projects
26/03/2015
1. 1. What is the total number of outstanding roadworks/road maintenance projects (i.e. ones that are not yet complete) in your council area? 2. What is the total distance (in miles) that these outstanding roadworks cover (e.g. 10 miles)? If possible, could you also provide the average length of the outstanding roadworks/road maintenance project?
2. 3. What is the total distance (in miles) that outstanding roadworks/road maintenance projects cover on all motorways in your area? If possible, please can you break this down by motorway? 4. What is the total number of roadworks/road maintenance projects that have been completed over the past five years? Please can you break this down by year: 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014.
3. 5. How much in total (£) have you spent on roadworks/road maintenance projects in your area over the past five years? Please can you provide a figure for each year: 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014.
4. 6. What is the longest outstanding roadworks/road maintenance project in the road in your area? Please can you provide the name of the road where these works are located, how long they have been going on for (in days) and if possible the reason for these works (e.g. fixing a pothole).
5225
Pharmacy Needle Exchange Tender
26/03/2015
With reference to the tender Supply of injecting equipment to pharmacy needle exchange providers in Nottinghamshire City Council Reference: CPU 1276. Could you please provide me with the information of the winning tender submission, to include their responses to the questions and the scoring of the tender by the council. Also the information of the prices submitted for the products.
5249
Male DV Beds/Places
26/03/2015
How many authority commissioned or privately funded places/beds are there within the authorities boundies for MALE ONLY victims of domestic violence/sevual assault. If data for the previous 5 years is available this would be appreciated, however I can work with just the 2014/2015 year if data is unavailable.
5201
Bonuses and Attendance Allowances
26/03/2015
1. 1. Has the Council since 1 January 2009 paid bonuses or attendance allowances to each of the following jobs: a. refuse collector b. refuse driver c. roadworker (all levels) d. gardener (all levels) e. road sweeper/street cleaner f. gravedigger g. street lighting attendant
2. 2. If so, for each job, and for each calendar year, what was the maximum level of additional payments made, as a percentage of base salary?
3369
Teacher compensation claims
25/03/2015
1. 1) The number of court-ordered settlements or out-of-court settlements paid to teachers at council-run schools in the past three years, broken down by year i.e. claims settled in last three years irrespective of original claim date. 2) The total cost of these settlements in each of the past three years, broken down by year (i.e. 2012/2013, 2011/12/ 2010/11).
2. 3) Please provide a breakdown of each settlements paid to teachers at council-run schools in the past three years to include: a) The date of the the settlement b) The type of agreement i.e contested compensation claim or out-of-court settlement. c) The total cost of the settlement d) Internal legal fees e) Claimant legal fees d) As many details as to why the claim was brought against the council i.e. a detailed summary of injuries or bullying incidents i.e. Teacher broker her leg after falling in school playground.
4008
Properties empty and unused
25/03/2015
The number of properties in Nottingham that are currently empty and unused and that could potentially be used to house homeless people, specifically: a) How many properties in Nottingham are empty? b) How many of these empty properties are residential houses, apartments or flats? c) How many of these empty properties have Nottingham City Council managed to trace and bring back into use in the last 12 months? d) How many of these empty properties are commercial properties? e) How many properties have been unoccupied for 2 years or more?
5181
Dementia Crisis Care
25/03/2015
I require the most recent annual or quarterly data, as well as any data dating from 2012-13, on the following items: a) The number and proportion of rapid readmissions to care homes for services user who have a diagnosis of dementia. b) The number and proportion of patients who have a diagnosis of dementia who are provided with an emergency intermediate bed. c) The number and proportion of service users in receipt of Emergency Home Care Services. d) Any other information relating to dementia crisis care. e) Any documents pertaining to your council policies or strategies on dementia care, where this is not already publically available.
5168
Special Educational Needs (SEN)
25/03/2015
1. 1. How many children and young people you have placed in the following: a. Independent SEN Day Schools b. Independent SEN 38week/ term time Residential School Placements c. Independent SEN 52 week Residential School Placements 2. For each of the categories in Question 1 above please also tell me how many of these are placed inside your Local Authority boundary?
2. 3. Do you have a SEN strategy / plan that you could send or tell me where I could find it please?
3. 4. How do you make both SEN independent day placements and 38/52 week independent residential school placements? Do you have a contract or framework? If you do could you send me the details of this please, such as the name of the contract, contract period and which providers are on it please?
4. 5. Who is the lead person / people for making independent SEN placements in your Local Authority? Could you send their details: name, job title, email, phone etc.
5253
Adult Social Care
25/03/2015
1. 1. Vacancies How many vacant beds were there in residential care homes in the area commissioned by your authority (including all residential homes, LA and private sector)? Please give this information for the most recent period over which you have collected it, and state the period applying to the data. This may be an average across a period, or a 'snapshot' at a certain time. I am interested in vacant beds in the following areas of adult social care: a. General residential care b. If held, split out by: i. Residential non-nursing care ii. Residential nursing care iii. Residential respite care
2. 2. Self-funders What is your estimation of the number of 'self-funders' in your local authority area? This refers to individuals funding their own adult social care, i.e. they receive no financial support from the local authority. This should be for the most recent period over which you have collected or estimated the data ¿ please state the period applying. I am interested in self-funders in the following areas: a. General residential care b. If held, split out by: i. Residential non-nursing care ii. Residential nursing care
5271
Children deemed to be at risk of radicalisation
25/03/2015
1. 1. How many referrals there have been to the authority's child social care services of children deemed to be at risk of radicalisation?
2. 2. How many children each referral related to?
3. 3. How many of these children were classed as "missing" at the time of the referral?
4. 4. How many referrals resulted in the child being deemed to be at risk of radicalisation?
5. 5. The source of the referral (eg police, school, Etc)?
6. 6. In how many referrals was the source of the risk related to: i) Islam ii) Far right radicalisation
7. 7. For those referrals in 4, the current status of the child eg *permanently removed *temporarily removed *being monitored without removal *no longer on at risk register
5173
Children In Care
25/03/2015
For the period July 2014 to December 2014: 1) How many children in your care have made allegations of sexual abuse (any offence under the Sexual Offences Act 2003) to your services, during this period. 2) How many of these allegations were reported to the police. 3) The ethnicity/nationality of the alleged perpetrator(s).
5286
Cremation Costs
25/03/2015
1. 1. The current cost of a cremation
2. 2. The cost of cremation in each of the financial years between 2010 and the current financial year
5304
New Assessment Framework
24/03/2015
In light of the introduction of a new curriculum and removal of levels for the assessment has the Authority provided schools with a new assessment framework? If so, could you please provide me with a copy of the new assessment framework for all subjects at all phases. If a new framework has not been provided, what guidance is the Authority currently giving schools to support them in implementing a new assessment framework? Does the Local Authority currently have any partnerships/preferred suppliers for assessment solutions in schools?
5177
Independant Travel Training
24/03/2015
1. 1. Total number of Clients in 13/14 and 14/15 (to date) financial years who have undertaken independent travel training. 2. Number of above Clients under 16 years of age by the above financial years. 3. Number of above Clients over 16 years of age by the above financial years. 4. Number of above Clients who previously were provided with assisted travel by the Council.
2. 5. The average cost of training per Client under 16 years of age. 6. The average cost of training per Client over 16 years of age.
3. 7. The average training time period per Client under 16 years of age (direct training time in days). 8. The average training time period per Client over 16 years of age (direct training time in days).
4. 9. Total number of FTE employees providing travel training. 10. Total number of FTE support employees including management involved in provision of travel training.
5. 11. The percentage of Clients who undertook independent travel training in 13/14 and 14/15 (to date) financial years, under 16 years of age who continued to travel independently for a period of 6 months or greater. 12. The percentage of Clients who undertook independent travel training in 13/14 and 14/15 (to date) financial years, over 16 years of age who continued to travel independently for a period of 6 months or greater.
5216
Independent Living Fund Assessements
24/03/2015
1. 1) Will you be ring fencing the ILF money passed to you to :- a) Individual ILF Users. b) Adult Social Care. c) Not ring fence at all.
2. 2) Have you received the details of how much money you are being allocated and if so how much is that.
3. 3) When will you be starting reassessments of ILF users and when do you anticipate completing those assessments.
4. 4) What arrangements are you putting in place for those ILF users you have not reassessed by 30th June to continue funding their current ILF care packages until an assessment has been carried out. Bearing in mind that many of these ILF users will not currently have Direct Payments set up with the Local Authority.
5. 5) Do you have contingency plans in case a change in Government at the forthcoming election alters the ILF funding situation?
5239
Cemeteries
24/03/2015
1. 1. Are the grounds of your cemeteries secured after hours i.e. gates etc. 2. If you secure/unlock your cemeteries do staff / contractors undertake the task as lone workers.
2. 3. How many incidents in the last 3 years (if possible) have staff / contractors securing and unlocking the grounds been subjected to abuse? (2012/13, 2013/14, 2014/15) 4. How many incidents in the last 3 years (if possible) have staff / contractors securing and unlocking the grounds been subjected to assault? (2012/13, 2013/14, 2014/15)
3. 5. How many incidents in the last 3 years (if possible) have members of the public in the grounds after hours been subjected to abuse? (2012/13, 2013/14, 2014/15) 6. How many incidents in the last 3 years (if possible) have members of the public in the grounds after hours been subjected to assault? (2012/13, 2013/14, 2014/15)
4. 7. How many incidents has there been of staff / contractors securing and unlocking cemeteries have an accident for which the Council has been found at fault (please state what the accident was i.e. a tripping) (2012/13, 2013/14, 2014/15)
5323
Empty Property Info
24/03/2015
how long my property has been empty for (for HMRC purposes). Current Owner of 46 Parkside, NG8 2NN
5219
People dying with no next of kin
24/03/2015
Information on people dying with no next of kin being known at the time of death from 1/11/14 to date of response. If someone died before 1/11/14 but the case has only come to your attention since, could you please also include details, as follows: 1. Surnames and forenames or initials 2. Dates of death 3. Age at death or date of birth 4. Place of birth 5. Marital status 6. Maiden surnames of married or widowed women 7. Usual address at time of death 8. Approx. value of their estate if known 9. The date you sent information to the Treasury Solicitor (or, if in Lancashire, the Duchy of Lancaster, or, if in Cornwall, the Duchy of Cornwall), or confirmation that this action was not applicable. 10. If you have yet to send the information on, as per 9 above, or a decision has not yet been made whether or not to do so, please also advise of this.
5321
Bandstands
24/03/2015
What bandstands you currently have and information related to them. If you have none, please reply not relevant.
5159
Environmental health landlord intervention regarding overheating
23/03/2015
1. 1) On how many occasions have your environmental health officers used their powers to require landlords to address problems of overheating? Can I have this information covering the financial years 2013-14, 2012-13 and 2011-12.
2. 2) Any details you have on file about what sort of interventions that the environmental health officers required to be carried out (eg, numbers of cases where landlords were forced to install air conditioning, or open windows that had been locked shut, or install ventilation).
3. 3) Any information on the tenure of the properties concerned (eg, private rent, social housing).
4. 4) Any correspondence sent by your environmental health officers containing the words `overheating¿ from 1 May 2014 to 1 October 2014.
5222
Empty Properties
23/03/2015
I would like a list of empty/derelict properties in the NG1 and NG2 that you cover. This is commercial , industrial and residential. I would like precise addresses with house names and/or numbers.
5158
Councillors and Council Tax
23/03/2015
1. 1. How many councillors were issued with reminder notices/letters for late council tax payments?
2. 2. How many councillors were issued with a court summons for late council tax payment and how?
3. 3. In each court summons case, how much was the unpaid amount?
4. 4. In each court summons case, how much is still outstanding?
5. 5. Of those cases involving councillors summoned to court, how many court cases went ahead as planned?
6. 6. How many cases were there where, as a result of their late payments, councillors were unable to attend/vote at the council budget-setting meeting as per the Local Government Finance Act?
7. 7. How many of these councillors are cabinet members? And which party do they belong to?
5301
Empty/derelict properties
23/03/2015
Provide me with a list of empty/derelict properties in the area: commercial , industrial and residential.
5169
Local Authority run Care Homes
23/03/2015
For all Local Authority run elderly care homes in your Local Authority please could you provide the following information: - Name of care home - Postcode - Phone number - Beds (various questions) - Staff (various questions) - Home manager (various questions)
5280
Business Rate Payer Name
20/03/2015
1. Please provide the ratepayer's name(s) in respect of the properties listed below: 51, GLAISDALE DRIVE EAST, NOTTINGHAM NG8 4JY From: 01/04/2010 To: 30/08/2012 Property Reference: N00019065012006
5151
Part 1 of the Housing Act 2004
20/03/2015
1. 1. The number of dwellings (including lettings in HMOs) in the private rented sector in the following years 2011/12, 2012/13 and 2013/14
2. 2. The number of representations/complaints about housing conditions in the following years, 2011/12, 2012/13 and 2013/14
3. 3. How many dwelling inspections were carried out following these representations/complaints in the following years, 2011/12, 2012/13 and 2013/14
4. 4. How many inspections of residential accommodation were undertaken under Part 1 of the Housing Act 2004 of: a) owner-occupied; b) socially rented; and c) privately rented dwellings in the following years, 2011/12, 2012/13 and 2013/14
5. 5. How many of the inspections at 3c) were of accommodation in Houses in Multiple Occupation in the following years 2011/12, 2012/13 and 2013/14
6. 6. How many inspections resulted in Category 1 hazards under the following heading being identified in the accommodation for each the following years 2011/12, 2012/13 and 2013/14: a) Damp and Mould b) Excess Cold c) Crowding and Space d) All Falling hazards e) Fire
7. 7. How many of the following were made or served (whether suspended or not): a) Improvement Notices b) Hazard Awareness Notice c) Prohibition Orders d) Emergency Prohibition Orders e) Emergency Remedial Action f) Demolition Orders
8. 8. How many times was the action taken by the local authority subject of an appeal to the appropriate tribunal?
9. 9. How many times did your authority take ¿informal action¿ following inspections? Please describe the form(s) this 'informal action' takes in your authority.
10. 10. How many prosecutions have been take for contraventions under Part 1 of the Housing Act 2004 in each the following years 2011/12, 2012/13 and 2013/14
11. 11. On how many houses including HMOs did your local authority carry out work in default of compliance as the result of action under Part 1 of the 2004 Act (other than by agreement) in each of the following years 2011/12, 2012/13 and 2013/14
5075
Youth services
20/03/2015
1. 1. Core council youth service expenditure (original budget) - 2010/11
2. 2. Core council youth service expenditure - 2013/14
3. 3. Core council youth service expenditure - 2014/15
4. 4. Total council youth service expenditure (inc relevant Area Based Grants, Early Intervention Grant, and Connexions) (original budget) - 2010/11
5. 5. Total council youth service expenditure (inc relevant Area Based Grants, Early Intervention Grant, and Connexions) - 2013/14
6. 6. Total council youth service expenditure (inc relevant Area Based Grants, Early Intervention Grant, and Connexions) - 2014/15
7. 7. Youth service output in 2010/11 - all contacts (if recorded; please provide the definition of a 'contact' that the council used in 2010/11)
8. 8. Youth service output in 2010/11 - 'sustained' contacts (if recorded; please provide the definition of a 'sustained contact' that the council used in 2010/11)
9. 9. The figure in q7 as a percentage of the entire youth services demographic in 2010/11
10. 10. The figure in q8 as a percentage of the entire youth services demographic in 2010/11
11. 11. Youth service output in 2013/14 - all contacts (if recorded; please provide the definition of a 'contact' that the council used in 2013/14)
12. 12. Youth service output in 2013/14 - 'sustained' contacts (if recorded; please provide the definition of a 'sustained contact' that the council used in 2013/14)
13. 13. The figure in q11 as a percentage of the entire youth services demographic in 2013/14
14. 14. The figure in q12 as a percentage of the entire youth services demographic in 2013/14
15. 15. Please give details of any shift of youth service provision from a universal to a targeted approach since 2010
16. 16. FTE number of local authority staff employed delivering youth services in March/April 2010 (or any alternative 2010/11 figure)
17. 17. FTE number of local authority staff employed delivering youth services in February 2015 (or any alternative 2014/15 figure)
18. 18. The number of youth centres funded and/or provided by the local authority in 2010/11
19. 19. The number of youth centres funded and/or provided by the local authority in 2014/15
5150
Landlords & Housing Benefit
20/03/2015
I would like to know the names of the 20 landlords (excluding housing associations) whose tenants collectively received the largest amounts of housing benefit from your council in the last financial year, 2013/14. From records of payments that you are able to link to landlords, can you please provide me with the amount in pounds of total housing benefits paid to their tenants for each of the top 20 in that year?
5197
Council Processes & Budget Holders
19/03/2015
1. 1. Describe, preferably by a flow chart diagram, 3 processes that involve the most man hours of processing either at a computer terminal or gathering or checking information etc as part of the process. Preferably noting the numbers of people and time spent by them (the more info the better).
2. 2. List and describe any processes currently outsourced to a third party, especially if it is overseas. (i.e. as to the same criteria as above)
3. 3. Please can you also add with each function/team, who the main decision maker would be, that is responsible for overseeing the budget/department head, including their contact details (i.e. name, job title, specific council email address and telephone number)
5160
Employee Personal Data Sales
19/03/2015
1. 1. Has the council sold data it holds on individuals to any non-council organisations in the past five years?
2. 2. If the answer is yes, please give details of the following: a) Which firms or organisations was the data sold to? b) How much money was paid by those firms or organisations for the data? c) What was the nature of the data - (ie. did it include individual names, addresses, emails, landline telephone numbers, mobile telephone numbers, age= s, information on income, information on financial history?) d)How many individuals did the data relate to? e) In what form was the data held - ie. A database, a list, hard copy or soft?
3. 3. Do you hold any record of your council selling data to any of the following organisations? If so - and if not already covered above - please specify when the data was sold, how many individuals it related to and the price paid by the company for the data.
4539
Right To Buy Scheme
19/03/2015
1. Council homes sales under the Right To Buy Scheme within the past 2 years within the postcode NG5.
2. Actual valuations of the properties made on behalf of the local authority for 3 bedroomed properties.
5278
Journals
19/03/2015
1. Has your authority currently or in the past banned journals being done remotely or out of hours despite having the capability to allow remote and out of hours journals to be carried out securely. If this is the case, or has been the case, what were the reasons?
5147
Missing children
19/03/2015
1. Total number of children in care who have been reported missing for ANY AND ALL TIME PERIODS 2011-2012/ 2012-2013/ 2013-2014 2. Then please complete the table for the length of time children were missing for each year ¿ for example xxx number of children were missing for one day, xxx number missing for between 3 and 7 days etc. 3. Please complete the table for the age of the youngest child to be missing within each year 2011-12/ 2012-2013/ 2013-2014 4. Please complete the table for number missing from Homes and Hostels for 2011-12/ 2012-2013/ 2013-2014 5. Please complete the table for the number of Q1 and Q2 missing 6. Please complete the table for the number reported missing and never returned 2011-12/ 2012-2013/ 2013-2014 7. Please complete the table for the number of missing child return interviews carried out 2011-12/ 2012-2013/ 2013-2014 8. Please complete the table for the number of children who have had between one and four return interviews 2011-12/ 2012-2013/ 2013-2014 9. Please complete the table for the number of children who have had five or more return interviews 2011-12/ 2012-2013/ 2013-2014
4311
Khyber Pass Takeaway
18/03/2015
The past 5 years inspection records.
5230
Traffic Speed Data
17/03/2015
Details of pre and post road works vehicle speeds along Bramcote Lane, Wollaton.
5139
Parking tickets
17/03/2015
1. 1. How many parking tickets have been issued for code 83 violations where the car or vehicle has a valid ticket but the ticket displayed is upside down. In the last 12 months please. 2. Out of these how many have been successful at informal challenge and formal challenge?
2. 3. How many staff are involved in the processing of parking offences such as a violation of code 83. This includes the warden, any administration staff and people responding to challenges and appeals. 4. Of the above, how many hours does each of these people spend on this process of a typical code 83? 5. Of these man/woman hours, what is the rough cost for each in the process. So, if the admin spends 2 hours on the process and earns £8 an hour then this will be £16. What would be cost be to the Council, for a process going right through a challenge and appeal?
5188
Broadband Connection Voucher Scheme
17/03/2015
1. 1. How many businesses have applied for broadband connection vouchers since your scheme opened?
2. 2. How many have been successful?
3. 3. What is the total value of vouchers issued?
4. 4. What is the total amount of government funding you were allocated to give out through connection vouchers?
5. 5. On what date did your scheme open for applications?
6. 6. If you have widened your scheme, please give the date on which that happened and to whom it was widened.
5174
Home schooling
17/03/2015
1. 1. The number of children you are aware of in your education authority aged between five and 18 years old who are educated by their parents or guardians. Please provide a total for each September for the academic years 2012/13, 2013/14 and 2014/15.
2. 2. The number of any other children you are aware of in your education authority aged between five and 18 years old who are educated by any other adult(s) who are not their parents, guardians or teachers at a school. Please provide a total for each September for the academic years 2012/13, 2013/14 and 2014/15.
4886
Nottingham Ice Centre & Capital FM Arena
17/03/2015
1. 1. For each financial year since 2006 please provide the operating deficit of the National Ice Centre and the Capital FM Arena (to the nearest £1000).
2. 2. For each financial year since 2006 please provide the sum paid to subsidise the operating costs of the National Ice Centre and the Capital FM Arena by Nottingham City Council (to the nearest £1000).
5257
Drain & Sewer plans
17/03/2015
We require the plans for sewer & drains for property 3 Mersey Street, Bulwell NG6 8JA that we are landlords for.
5132
Child Safeguarding Referrals
17/03/2015
1. 1. In total, how many child safeguarding referrals did you receive in each of the following financial years: 2014-15 to date 2013-14 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11
2. 2. In each year, how many of these referrals came from each of the following types of organisation: Primary school 2014-15 to date 2013-14 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 Secondary school 2014-15 to date 2013-14 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11
5096
Child and Adolescent Mental Health services (CAMHS)
17/03/2015
1. 1. Please can you provide an account of the amount of money spent on Child and Adolescent Mental Health (CAMHS) services by your Local Authority in the following financial years; a) 2010/11 b) 2011/12 c) 2012/13 d) 2013/14 e) 2014/15 f) 2015/16
2. 2. Please can you provide the amount spent by your Local Authority on Child and Adolescent Mental Health services for eating disorders in the following financial years; a) 2010/11 b) 2011/12 c) 2012/13 d) 2013/14 e) 2014/15 f) 2015/16
3. 3. Please can you provide the number of referrals to Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services in your Local Authority area in and the number who received treatment for the following years; a) 2010/11 b) 2011/12 c) 2012/13 d) 2013/14 e) 2014/15 f) 2015/16
5172
Staff data
17/03/2015
1. For the period 1st January 2014 ¿ 31st December 2014 (or for the last complete reporting year if easier) and to exclude employees of schools in the local authority area. 1. The total number of full time staff (as of 31/12/14) 2. The total number of part time staff (as of 31/12/14) 3. The full time equivalent number of staff (as of 31/12/14)
2. 4. The number of compulsory and voluntary redundancies made by the local authority in the above stated period. 5. Number of resignations accepted by the authority for the above stated period. 6. Number of newly recruited staff for the above stated period
3. 7. Total number of sickness days taken by local authority staff for the above stated period for the whole authority. 8. Total number of Full Time Equivalent sickness days taken by local authority staff for the above stated period for the whole authority. 9. Total number of grievances.
5171
Parking fines
17/03/2015
1. 1) How many parking fines did your council refund, after a successful appeal, in each of the following reporting years? 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14
2. 2) In £s, what was the total amount of the parking fines that your council refunded in each of the following reporting years? 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14
3. 3) What was the total extra cost to your council of refunding these parking fines (i.e. administration fees) in each of the following reporting years? 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14
5117
Current and future local authority funding levels
16/03/2015
1. 1. Please confirm the local authority's 'usual costs' for the years 2011/12, 2012/13, 2013/14 and 2014/15. Please provide these figures net of FNC.
2. 2. Has the local authority set its 'usual cost(s)' for the year 2015/16?
3. 3. If the local authority has set its 'usual costs(s)' for the year 2015/16, when did it do so and how were care providers notified?
4. 4. Insofar as the local authority has not set it 'usual cost(s)' for 2015/16: 4.1. Has the local authority started the review process? 4.2. If the review process has not been started, when will it be commenced and what will the review process involve? 4.3. If the review process has already started: (i.) When did it start? (ii.) What steps have already been taken? (iii.) What steps remain to be taken? (iv.) When does the local authority intend to make its decision setting the `usual cost(s)¿ for the year 2015/16? (v.) If the decision setting the `usual cost(s)¿ for the year 2015/16 will not (or may not) be made implemented by 1 April 2015, does the local authority intend to backdate any increase in the `usual costs¿ to 1 April 2015? (vi.) What criteria does the local authority intend to apply in its formulation of the `usual cost(s)¿ for 2015/16? For example, does or has the local authority carried out an inquiry into the actual costs of care; will the local authority be looking at benchmarking data; etc? (vii.) Are there any local associations or groups (whether formed by care home providers or the local authority) with whom the local authority is engaging/consulting with in respect of the `usual cost(s)¿ for 2015/16? If so, who are they?
5. 5. Does the local authority currently commission care home placements under a framework agreement? If so, please identify the current version.
6. 6. If a framework agreement is in place, does the local authority have any intention to amend it? If so, when does it intend doing so and is there, or will there be any consultation with care home providers in this regard?
5009
MIPIM property event in Cannes
16/03/2015
1...Is the council and or anyone acting on its behalf planning to send officers and or elected members and or representatives to the MIPIM property festival which is due to take place in Cannes in March 2015. 2...If the answer is yes can you please state how many officers and how many elected members are going to Cannes. Please specify numbers of officers and the number of councillors. 3...Has the council and or anyone acting on its behalf booked any other accommodation for this trip. This accommodation will include but will not be limited hotels and or motels and or bed and breakfast establishments and or similar. If the answer is yes can you please provide full details. In the case of each hotel and or motel and or bed and breakfast and or similar can you provide its full name and address. In the case of each hotel can you state the number of single rooms and or double rooms and or suites booked. Can provide a breakdown by room type. In the case of each premises can you please state how many council officers and or members and or representatives will be staying there. In the case of each premise can you please state for how long rooms have been booked. In the case of each of these premises can you state the cost of the booking to the council. Please provide details of any accommodation you are planning to book. 4...Has the council and or anyone acting on its behalf booked any other type of accommodation in relation to this event. This accommodation will include villas and or apartments and or flats and or houses. If the answer is yes can you please provide full details. In the case of each of the premises can you please state provide the full name and address. In the case of each of these premises can you please state how many council staff and or elected members and or representatives will be staying there. In the case each of the of the premises can you please state for how long the council has booked the premises. In the case of each of the premises can you please state how much the booking will cost. Please provide details of any accommodation you are planning to event. 6...Has the council booked a yacht and or other type of boat for the duration and or part of the event. If the answer is yes can you please identify the vessel. Can you please provide an explanation for the booking. Can you please provide the cost of the booking. Please do include details of bookings you are planning to meet. 7...Will the council be hosting any event during the festival. These events will include but will not be limited to seminars and or conferences and or meetings and or social functions including drinks and meals. If the answer is yes can you please provide full details. In the case of each event can you please provide details of date and venue and cost to the council. 8...Can you please provide details of any invitations accepted by those visiting Cannes. In the case of each invitation can you please provide a copy of the invitation. In the case of each invitation can you please provide date, venue and location.
5141
IT hardware under support contracts
16/03/2015
1. 1) A list of the models of the physical servers, storage devices, tape libraries, network switches and routers under support contracts; as well as the cost and duration of said contracts, with start and end dates and service level associated with the equipment
2. 2) The names of the suppliers of aforementioned support services?
5157
MIPIM Meeting Cannes
13/03/2015
1. The purpose of jon collins and 20 employees of nottingham city council attending this MIPIM meeting in Cannes?
2. A breakdown of the costs incurred?
3. Details of the 20 attendees and their job titles at nottingham city council