Disclosure Log – Freedom of Information Requests

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IdSubjectResponse DateQuestionsResponse Files
5745
Pub Licences
02/07/2015
1) Please could you provide the total number of pubs whose licenses, been voluntarily released or no longer continue to function for the last five financial years plus this one so far. 2) Please provide the names and locations of these pubs and the date the license expired. 3) Please provide the number of licenses taken up and the names and locations during the same time.
5771
CCTV spend/cost per camera/contractor
02/07/2015
1. Could you provide some information to us regarding who your current CCTV repair and maintenance contractor is, what is currently included within the package and the number of cameras that are included in the costing. 2. If you would feel comfortable in doing so, a quote indicating the current cost of this within your organisation would be extremely helpful.
5773
Social Workers
02/07/2015
1. How many social workers have had concerns / no concerns of children being beaten under the guides of restraint by their parents. Please list numbers of children and break down no concerns / concerns. 2. How many social workers have had concerns / no concerns of children being beaten under the guides of restraint by foster careers / care home staff / social workers . Please list numbers of children and break down no concerns / concerns. 3. How many social workers have had concerns / no concerns of children being inappropriately touched by their parents. Please list numbers of children and break down no concerns / concerns. 4. How many social workers have had concerns / no concerns of children being inappropriately touched by foster careers / care home staff / social workers . Please list numbers of children and break down no concerns / concerns. 5. How many social workers have had concerns / no concerns of children being spoke to inappropriately by their parents. Please list numbers of children and break down no concerns / concerns. 6. How many social workers have had concerns / no concerns of children being spoke to inappropriately by foster careers / care home staff / social workers . Please list numbers of children and break down no concerns / concerns. 7. How many social workers have had concerns / no concerns of children being deprived of food and water by their parents. Please list numbers of children and break down no concerns / concerns. 8. How many social workers have had concerns / no concerns of children being deprived of food and water by foster careers / care home staff / social workers . Please list numbers of children and break down no concerns / concerns.
5842
Planning Approval & Contravention of Building Regulations
02/07/2015
1. Regarding 38 Padstow Road, Nottingham, NG5 5GH Please could you supply the following information as relates to the above property, pursuant to the Environmental Information Regulations: 1.1 Which of the following relating to the property have been granted, issued or refused or (where applicable) are the subject of pending applications ¿ 1.1(f) building regulations approvals; and 1.1(g) a building regulations completion certificate. 1.1(h) any building regulations certificate or notice issued in respect of work carried out under a competent person self-certification scheme. 3.8. Has a local authority authorised in relation to the property any proceedings for the contravention of any provision contained in building regulations?
5784
Planning Approval & Contravention of Building Regulations
02/07/2015
1. Regarding 72 Britannia Avenue, Nottingham, NG6 0EB & 16 Birchwood Road, Nottingham, NG8 2ES Please could you supply the following information as relates to the above properties, pursuant to the Environmental Information Regulations: 1.1 Which of the following relating to the property have been granted, issued or refused or (where applicable) are the subject of pending applications ¿ 1.1(f) building regulations approvals; and 1.1(g) a building regulations completion certificate. 1.1(h) any building regulations certificate or notice issued in respect of work carried out under a competent person self-certification scheme. 3.8. Has a local authority authorised in relation to the property any proceedings for the contravention of any provision contained in building regulations?
5732
Erection of 16 dwellings following demolition of existing health centre
02/07/2015
Regarding the Erection of 16 dwellings following demolition of existing health centre in place of the Bestwood Park Health Centre Pedmore Valley Nottingham NG5 5PB I would like to have the following data: - Have any public money been assigned to the project - Are there any provisions of any kind as to the use of these dwellings and the tenants that will be hosted therein
5747
Targeted Youth Support Services
02/07/2015
I cannot see from your website an entry for the provision of targeted activity to address young people who are, or are at risk of, being designated NEET. Can you please advise whether this service is provided in house or externally, and if so, when the contract is due to end?
5755
Selective Licensing scheme for privately rented properties
01/07/2015
1. 1. What steps you have taken to measure - or estimate - the size of the Private Rented Sector (PRS) in your area in the past five years, and what are the total costs has been/is expected to be of undertaking such exercises. a. These costs can include, and not be limited to: internal office hours, external consultancy fees or a combination of both. Please provide this breakdown and do not just give an overall total. b. What is the size of the PRS in your area based on your estimates? If this has been broken down by occupancy type, length, or rent then please provide this as well.
2. 2. The number of HHSRS inspections carried out over the same time period. a. Please provide this broken down by year, by tenancy type if available, and indicate whether the property was an HMO, a licensed HMO, or covered by another licensing scheme. 3. Indications of informal action proposed and the number of cases where this proved effective. Additionally the number of cases where informal action was followed by formal action. 4. Formal enforcement notices served. Including instances such as: a. Hazard awareness notices b. Improvement notices (Category 1 hazards) c. Improvement notices (Category 2 hazards) d. Prohibition Orders e. Emergency Remedial Action 5. Charges levied per notice, broken down by notice type 6. Total revenue collected per annum from HHSRS formal notices 7. Percentage of revenue returned to Environmental Health departments, if any 8. Percentage of situations where formal action proved effective 9. Number of cases where formal action led to termination of tenancy or change in ownership and whether further action was taken to enforce the original notice. 10. Number of prosecutions commenced on formal notices
5665
Gypsy & Traveller Sites
30/06/2015
1. Please can you tell me how many legal sites there are for gypsies and travellers in Nottingham, and where are they? 2.How many spaces are there in those sites for gypsies and travellers to legally camp? 3. How many illegal gypsy and traveller sites has Nottingham city council had to deal with over the last year (2014-2015)? 4. Could you also let me know how many were dealt with in 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, and as far back as the last 10 years where possible? 5. How much did this cost Nottingham city council each year?
5729
MFDs
29/06/2015
Q1. What are the start and end dates? Is there an extension period? Q2. How many MFD's do you currently have in use? How many printers do you have in use? Q3. What makes, models and specifications do you have? Q4. What is your current colour and mono volumes for MFD and printers PA? Q5. What is your MFD spend PA? Q6. What is your printer spend PA including consumables and maintenance ? Q7. Do you have a print room for high volume print or do you outsource? How many FTE staff? Q8. Who controls these projects for the authority? Eg ICT contact? Q9.Will you be using a framework for the next procurement or will you be doing your own procurement process? If yes, which framework?
5703
Councillors Attendance
29/06/2015
1. Provide the attendance figures for all councillors in the last term of office (the four years prior to last month's election) including: -full council and all committees the councillors were appointed to sit on. -the number of meetings each could have attended and the number they actually did attend for each councillor
5695
Legal claims against NCC
29/06/2015
1. 1) Please provide a summary of all legal proceedings currently taking place, in which the council is the defendant. Please state the nature of each case, the stage it is at, and the law under which the action is being brought. If a claimant was injured, please provide a basic summary of the nature of the injury.
2. 2) In the financial years: a) 2012/13 b) 2013/14 c) 2014/15 How much did the council spend in payment of legal claims against the authority? Please give a figure for each year, rather than a total.
4387
Data loss and security breaches
29/06/2015
Information about loss of personal data by the council and breaches of security involving personal data held by the council: A) All incidents in the past 24 months where personal data held by the council had been lost, stolen, or the security protecting personal data held by the council had been breached. B) The date these incidents occurred. C) Details of what data were lost, stolen or had its security breached, including the number of people whose personal data were involved. D) An estimate of the cost of losing the data, including any fines incurred for losing data. E) What measures the council took to protect privacy as a result of the incident.
4614
Radford Unity Complex
29/06/2015
All papers relating to the Radford Unity Complex building address 203 Ilkeston Road,Nottingham; NG7-3FW. This should not be limited to but should include agreement with users, maintenance, the transfer of assets processed from Nottingham County Council to Nottingham City Council and any correspondence, minutes of meeting etc.
5711
'Smoke-free' outdoor areas
29/06/2015
1. The number of smoke-free children's play areas in your authority; the total costs of the 'smoke-free' signs 2. If relevant - the number of smoke-free parks in your authority; the total costs of the 'smoke-free' signs 3. If relevant - the number of signs asking people not to smoke outside school gates; the cost of these signs 4. Whether there are any 'smoking enforcement officers' or 'smoke-free wardens' employed at hospitals within your authority to monitor outdoor smoke-free areas (please name the hospitals at which they are employed) 5. Any plans you have to introduce on-the-spot fines to enforce outdoor 'smoke-free' areas.
5739
WAN Provider
29/06/2015
Has the new WAN contract been awarded? If so can you send me the following: Contract 4 1. WAN Provider- please provide me with the main supplier(s) if there is not information available please can you provide further insight into why? 2. WAN Contract Renewal Date- please provide day, month and year (month and year is also acceptable). If this is a rolling contract please provide me with the rolling date of the contract. If there is more than one supplier please split the renewal dates up into however many suppliers 3. Contract Description: Please can you provide me with a brief description of the contract 4. Number of sites: Pleas state the number of sites the WAN covers. Approx will do. 5. WAN Annual Average Spend- Annual average spend. An estimate or average is acceptable. 6. Internal Contact: please can you send me there full contact details including contact number and email and job title.
5706
Insurance claims management arrangements
29/06/2015
1. 1. Who is your authority's insurance provider?
2. 2. Does your authority's insurance provider handle claims on your behalf? Yes/No
3. 3. Does your authority handle any claims in-house? Yes/No - if yes, please provide a contact name and email address
4. 4. Does your authority contract with a third party to manage claims? Yes/No - if yes: a. who are they? b. to what date are they contracted? c. were they were procured using a competitive procurement process? Yes/No - if yes, was this an OJEU process?
5. 5. How do you measure the effectiveness of the claims handling function?
6. 6. Does your authority participate in shared service contractual or joint venture arrangements in respect of the management of insurance claims? Yes/No
7. 7. Does your authority have a hybrid of the above arrangements, under which some claims are managed in one way and others in another way? Yes/No - if yes, please describe the arrangement
8. 8. What was the value of claims against your authority's Personal Injury insurance policies in the financial year ending March 2014 and March 2015? a. Please provide a breakdown in the last 2 years, per year: i. Personal Injury Claims settled pre litigation and their value ii. Personal Injury claims settled after commencement of litigation and value iii. Value of Personal Injury claims lost
5374
Bailiffs/Debt Recovery Contractors
26/06/2015
1. 1. Does the Council have a bailiff Code of Conduct in place and if so what is it? 2. Does the Council have a service level Agreement with the bailiff and if so what is it?
2. 3. Please name your appointed bailiff/debt recovery contractors for each of the following services: a) Council Tax b) Business Rates c) Commercial Rents d) Parking Penalties e) Housing Benefit Overpayments f) Sundry Debts
3. 4. Please set out the contract/SLA start and end dates for each contractor, including any provisions for extensions and the applicable periods.
4. 5. Please provide the name and job title of the person within the Council responsible for day to day managing of each contractor for each service. Please provide their direct email and direct phone number. a) Council Tax b) Business Rates c) Commercial Rents d) Parking Penalties e) Housing Benefit Overpayments f) Sundry Debts
5. 6. I require a copy of the contract or service level agreement that is in place with each bailiff.
5704
Councillor and Council staff travel expenses
26/06/2015
1. 1. How much money has the council spent on foreign travel for councillors and council staff in each of the last three years (2012, 2013, 2014)? This should include the travel expenses themselves and all other expenses from the trip, such as hotels, food, etc. (If possible, please provide the figures for the last five complete Calendar Years, but Financial Years is also fine if necessary).
2. 2. Please provide a breakdown detailing each individual overseas trip that is included in the total figures for Q1. For each trip, please state: (a) The destination(s) (b) How much of the total amount spent came from what sources (e.g. how much from council money, EU grant, lottery funding, private sponsorship, etc.). (c) Details of the reason for the trip and the job title/ position of who went.
4628
OJEU tender
26/06/2015
The council's contract for translation and interpretation services, OJEU tender reference CPU 1212. What information the council holds in relation to the award of the contract and would like copies of the available documents, including: 1. The initial invitation to tender documentation. 2. All completed pre-qualification questionnaires submitted by both the successful and the unsuccessful bidders. 3. The invitation response documents submitted by both the successful and the unsuccessful bidders.
5721
Youth Centres
26/06/2015
1. The number of youth centres funded by the council in 2010 2. The number of youth centres funded by the council in 2015 3. The number of youth centres marked for potential closure in the next two years
5404
Legal Costs
26/06/2015
1. 1. How many external law firms and barristers have been used annually by the Council - please differentiate between the two, and specify in which regard these professionals were used?
2. 2. How much was spent each year by the Council on the same?
3. 3. Is there any long-term contract in place in respect of the same?
4. 4. What tendering arrangements are in place or are envisaged in the future in respect of the same?
5. 5. Does the Council intend to continue these arrangements?
6. 6. Please identify (please give name and address) the external law firms and barristers have been used annually by the Council have been used by the Trust in the last 5 years.
7. 7. How much is the Council's budget for its internal law department for this fiscal year and what has it been for each of the last 5 fiscal years?
5702
Colwick Marina Mooring
26/06/2015
1. Please supply the total annual mooring fees collected from colwick marina in the last year for which figures are available. 2. Please also supply the total amount spent on maintenance of the marina in the same year, this should not include Colwick Park in general or the cost of park wardens who cover the entire site.
5741
Parking enforcements
25/06/2015
I would like to know the number of parking enforcements that were over turned by the council and the number that were then over turned by the Traffic penalty tribunal.
5696
Childrens services - youth homelessness
25/06/2015
1. Query 1: Your Data systems What software and database systems are used to maintain and query your homelessness data? (E.g. Paper-based records, Excel spreadsheet, Locata (Sector UK), Abritas, Capita, Peter Lalley's Microsoft Access Database)
2. Query 2: Homelessness presentations and assessments Number of referrals: a) Presented themselves as homeless, or at risk of homelessness b) Were subsequently assessed under Section 7 of the Children's Act c) of b), who's case was closed after assessment d) of b), who's case remained open and progressed after assessment e) of b), did any receive any further support around their housing f) of d), how many were accommodated g) of d), how many were offered support to maintain current accommodation h) of d), how many were supported to access accommodation, for example through financial support packages
3. Query 3: Needs Number of young people who progressed through Children's Services under the Children's Act, after having presented themselves as homeless, or at risk of homelessness (2a above) who fell into the following needs categories: a) N1=Abuse or neglect b) N2=Child's disability c) N3=Parental illness or disability d) N4=Family in acute stress e) N5=Family dysfunction f) N6=Socially unacceptable behaviour g) N7=Low income h) N8=Absent parenting
4. Query 4: Accommodation/Outcomes Number of young people who were housed under the Children's Act in one of the following types of temporary accommodation (please provide either snapshots by quarter or totals for the year): a) H5=Residential accommodation not subject to children's homes regulations b) K2=Homes and hostels i. How many were accommodated with the local authorities' own stock or with RP/RSLs? ii. How many received formal support? c) P1=Placed with own parents or other person with parental responsibility i. How many received formal support? d) P2=Independent living, eg in flat, lodgings, bedsit, B&B or with friends, with or without formal support i. How many were placed in a B&B? ii. How many were accommodated with the local authorities' own stock or with RP/RSLs? iii. How many were accommodated in the private sector iv. How many received formal support? v. How many were 'sofa surfing' with friends? vi. How many of these placements were deemed 'suitable'? e) P3=Residential employment f) R1=Residential care home g) R2=NHS/Health Trust or other establishment providing medical or nursing car h) R3=Family centre or mother and baby unit i) R5=Young Offender Institution or prison j) S1=All residential schools, except where dual-registered as a school and children's home k) T0=All types of temporary move l) U1-U6= any foster placement m) Z1=Other placements
5. Query 5: Factors recorded at the end of the assessment Number young people who presented as homeless or at risk of homelessness and whose case progressed under the Children's Act, who had one or more of the following factors recorded at the end of the assessment: a) 1A Alcohol misuse: Concerns about alcohol misuse by the child b) 1B Alcohol misuse: Concerns about alcohol misuse by the parent/carer c) 1C Alcohol misuse: Concerns about alcohol misuse by another person living in the household d) 2A Drug misuse: Concerns about drug misuse by the child e) 2B Drug misuse: Concerns about drug misuse by the parent/carer f) 2C Drug misuse: Concerns about drug misuse by another person living in the household g) 3A Domestic violence: Concerns about the child being the subject of domestic violence h) 3B Domestic violence: Concerns about the child¿s parent/carer being the subject of domestic violence i) 3C Domestic violence: Concerns about another person living in the household being the subject of domestic violence j) 4A Mental health: Concerns about the mental health of the child k) 4B Mental health: Concerns about the mental health of the parent/carer l) 4C Mental health: Concerns about the mental health of another person in the family/household m) 5A Learning disability: Concerns about the child¿s learning disability n) 5B Learning disability: Concerns about the parent/carer¿s learning disability o) 5C Learning disability: Concerns about another person in the family/household¿s learning disability p) 6A Physical disability or illness: Concerns about a physical disability or illness of the child q) 6B Physical disability or illness: Concerns about a physical disability or illness of the parent/carer r) 6C Physical disability or illness: Concerns about a physical disability or illness of another person in the family/household s) 7A Young carer: Concerns that services may be required or the child¿s health or development may be impaired due to their caring responsibilities
5759
Right To Buy
25/06/2015
1. 1. How many properties have been sold under "Right To Buy" since April 2012?
2. 2. How many of these were sold to applicants who were in receipt of Housing Benefit at the point of application?
5798
Business Rate credit balances
25/06/2015
We wish to obtain the information, from the Council, relating to unclaimed business rate credit balances. We therefore request a breakdown of credit balances accrued since your earliest records, for the amounts owing to all incorporated companies within the authorities billing area, including - The name of each business in respect of which non-domestic rate credit balances remain payable - The value of overpayment in each case which remains unclaimed - The years(s) in which overpayment was made and - The hereditament address
5685
Care Leavers
25/06/2015
1. 1. How many care leavers were eligible for a leaving care service in your Local Authority during financial year 2014-15?
2. 2. Of the number of care leavers eligible for a service in your Local Authority during the financial year 2014-15 - how many lived in B&B/hotel accommodation for any length of time? a. Of these care leavers what number had repeat placements (more than one) in a B&B/hotel during financial year 2014-15? b. Of these care leavers how many lived in a B&B/hotel for longer than 28 days in one episode during financial year 2014-15?
3. 3. What number of care leavers eligible for a service in your Local Authority during the financial year 2014-15 were placed in B&B/hotel accommodation during financial year 2014-15 by: a. Housing department b. Children¿s services c. Other (please specify)
5790
Housing waiting lists
25/06/2015
1. 1. What was the total number of households on your local authority housing waiting list on: a. 01 April 2011 b. 01 April 2012 c. 01 April 2013 d. 01 April 2014 e. 01 April 2015
2. 2. How many households on your local authority housing waiting list included at least one disabled person on: a. 01 April 2011 b. 01 April 2012 c. 01 April 2013 d. 01 April 2014 e. 01 April 2015
3. 3. On 01 April 2015, what was the longest that a household including at least one disabled person had been on your housing waiting list?
4. 4. On 01 April 2015, what was the longest that any household had been on your housing waiting list?
5789
The Student Lodge
25/06/2015
The registered name and address of the company that owns The Student Lodge player street
5705
Stray dogs
25/06/2015
1. How many Staffordshire Bull Terrier type dogs were collected as strays since January 2013 to date. Please can this be provided in numbers per month. How many of these were: a) returned to the owner b) rehomed c) put to sleep
5597
EU Report on The right to independent living for persons with disabilities
25/06/2015
We are currently collecting information on the existing legal and policy instruments, measures and practices to promote the transition from institutional to community-based care and support for persons with disabilities in the UK. In this connection we would be most grateful if you could complete the tables in the enclosed document by providing the requested information relating to physical adjustments, complaints regarding eligibility for care and support services and continuity of care.
5793
Restaurant Hygiene Inspections
25/06/2015
1. How many hygiene inspections in restaurant premises were carried out by the council in the following years: 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 (so far) 2. How many premises are overdue for inspection as of 18 June 2015 Please note: by `restaurant premises¿ I refer to restaurants, cafes, bars, takeaway outlets, hotels, pubs, clubs, and any other similar establishment which falls under your inspection criteria. I am also sending this request to a number of other authorities so I apologise if this is not the responsibility of your council.
5724
Education Health Care Plan (EHCP) referrals
24/06/2015
1. The number of education health care plan (EHCP) referrals you receive with a diagnosis of Down's syndrome. 2. The number of EHCP referrals with a diagnosis of Down syndrome that proceed to an assessment, and the number which are informed they are not eligible for an assessment. 3. The number of EHCP referrals with a diagnosis of Down syndrome that go to mediation and the number that go to tribunal. 4. The overall rate of EHCP referrals with a diagnosis of Down syndrome that end in an EHCP being issued.
5700
Animal Collections
24/06/2015
1. Provide a list of animal collections (zoo's, safari parks, farm parks etc), if the collection is private or public, type of licence each holds and address of each (if possible). (A list of city farms and dangerous wild animal licences would be sufficient - along with a rough outline of what animals are in the collection.)
5669
Contacts and Rents
24/06/2015
1. 1. Please provide the contact details requested below for the three officers mentioned, within your council - Name, Title, Email address, Telephone number (direct) a) Chief Executive b) Head of Paid Services (Finance Director) c) Head of Property/Estates (council owned commercial property)
2. 2. Please also provide a portfolio list including tenure and rent payable if held leasehold. 3. If this is not available please detail how many properties the council owns and rents.
3. 4. Please detail the annual rent toll (rent received) 5. How many tenants the council receive rents from
5778
Empty Property Owners
24/06/2015
1. For both commercial properties: 1. Owners of vacant properties in your area 2. Out of town landlords that own property in your area. (Can I have the landlords home address) 3. Probate properties in your area
2. For residential properties: 1. Owners of vacant properties in your area 2. Out of town landlords that own property in your area. (Can I have the landlords home address) 3. Probate properties in your area
5672
Budget & Spend
24/06/2015
Total budget What was your total budget for 2014/15 and what is your projected budget for the year 2015/16? Total primary care spend What was the total spend on primary care services in 2014/15. What is the projected primary care spend in 2015/16? Organisational costs How much of the 2014/15 budget was attributed to organisational costs ¿ described in this request as monies for administration, salary, utilities, and rent? Is this figure set to change in 2015/16? What is the projected figure for 2015/16 Pooling budgets How much of your total budget for 2014/15 was pooled with the clinical commissioning group/s in your local authority? What are the clinical commissioning groups in the local authority? Is the amount of pooled budgets set to increase in 2015/16? How much money will be pooled with clinical commissioning groups in 2015/16? Co-commissioning What amount of monies were allocated to co-commissioning primary care services alongside NHS England in 2014/15? Is this figure set to change in 2015/16 and if so, what amount of monies allocated to co-commissioning is projected? Population size ¿ What is your population size? ¿ How much money was allocated per individual in your population in 2014/15? What is the projected money per head in 2015/16? Care sectors and settings ¿ How much of your total budget will be spent on patient education for 2015/16? How much was spent on patient education in 2014/15? ¿ How much of your total budget will be spent on training for NHS workers and clinical professionals in 2015/16? How much was spent on training for NHS workers and clinical professionals in 2014/15? ¿ How much of your total budget will be spent on primary care property maintenance for 2015/16? How much was spent on primary care property maintenance in 2014/15? ¿ How much of your total budget will be spent on clinical research for 2015/16? How much was spent on clinical research in 2014/15? ¿ How much of your total budget will be spent on children¿s services for 2015/16? How much was spent on children¿s services in 2014/15? ¿ How much of your total budget will be spent on GP services for 2015/16? How much was spent on GP services in 2014/15? ¿ How much of your total budget will be spent on pharmacy and pharmacy services for 2015/16? How much was spent on pharmacy and pharmacy services in 2014/15? ¿ How much of your total budget will be spent on out-of-hours services for 2015/16? How much was spent on out-of-hours services in 2014/15? ¿ How much of your total budget will be spent on optometry for 2015/16? How much was spent on optometry in 2014/15? ¿ How much of your total budget will be spent on dentistry for 2015/16? How much was spent on dentistry in 2014/15? ¿ How much of your total budget will be spent on physiotherapy for 2015/16? How much was spent on physiotherapy in 2014/15? ¿ How much of your total budget will be spent on telehealth for 2015/16? How much was spent on telehealth in 2014/15? Clinical conditions ¿ How much of your total budget will be spent on cancer services for 2015/16? How much was spent on cancer treatment in 2014/15? ¿ How much of your total budget will be spent on diabetes services for 2015/16? How much was spent on diabetes services in 2014/15? ¿ How much of your total budget will be spent on respiratory services for 2015/16? How much was spent on respiratory services in 2014/15? ¿ How much of your total budget will be spent on eye services for 2015/16? How much was spent on eye services in 2014/15? ¿ How much of your total budget will be spent on cardiovascular disease services for 2015/16? How much was spent on cardiovascular disease services in 2014/15? ¿ How much of your total budget will be spent on chronic kidney disease services for 2015/16? How much was spent on chronic kidney disease services in 2014/15? ¿ How much of your total budget will be spent on mental health services for 2015/16? How much was spent on mental health services in 2014/15? ¿ How much of your total budget will be spent on allergy services for 2015/16? How much was spent on allergy services in 2014/15? ¿ How much of your total budget will be spent on specials for 2015/16? How much was spent on specials in 2014/15? ¿ How much of your total budget will be spent on public health on children aged 0-5 for 2015/16? How much was spent on public health on children aged 0-5 in 2014/15? ¿ How much of your total budget will be spent on smoking cessation services for 2015/16? How much was spent on smoking cessation services in 2014/15? ¿ How much of your total budget will be spent on sexual health services for 2015/16? How much was spent on sexual health services in 2014/15? ¿ How much of your total budget will be spent on vaccinations for 2015/16? How much was spent on vaccinations in 2014/15?
5763
Business Rates
24/06/2015
Please provide the ratepayer's name(s) in respect of the properties listed below: Address: 2 ROYAL ARCADE, GOLDSMITH STREET, NOTTINGHAM Postcode: NG1 5JS Period Start: 31/05/2013 Period End: 01/04/2014 Property Reference: N00014101003029
5712
Empty Property Business Rates
24/06/2015
1. The total amount collected by your authority in business rates on empty properties for 2012/13, 2013/14, 2014/2015. 2. The total amount paid by your authority in business rates on empty properties owned by your authority for 2012/13, 2013/14, 2014/15.
5479
Market Units Sneinton
24/06/2015
Provide any discussions regarding the development of the Market units between Bath Street and Freckingham Street in Sneinton, including discussions regarding the management/occupancy of the units.
5734
Derelict and empty properties
23/06/2015
List of empty/derelict properties in the NG5,NG6 and NG7 area please
5671
Temporary Agency Supply Teaching Staff Spend
23/06/2015
1. I am interested in obtaining details of spend for each school within the borough on Temporary Agency Supply Teaching staff for the current Academic year commencing September 2014. My hope is to receive an electronic breakdown of amounts paid through the department's purchase ledger It would be appreciated if you could supply the following information in an excel spread sheet format:- School Name ¿ URN or DFE number ¿ agency/supplier name ¿ total amount paid
5679
Local Plan, Budget and CIL
23/06/2015
1. 1. a. Does your local authority have a local plan (whether adopted, out for consultation or submitted for examination) as required by the National Planning Policy Framework b. Has the local plan been adopted? If so, when?
2. 2. Please state your council's planning department total budget and total number of staff in: a. 2012 (or nearest financial year) b. 2014 (or nearest financial year)
3. 3. a. Has your local authority adopted a local community infrastructure levy (CIL)? b. If so, at what rate is it charged? c. Do you charge local CIL on schemes below 1000m2 or less than 10 units?
5680
Contracts awarded to Private Consultants
23/06/2015
1. 1. How many contracts were awarded to private consultants by the local authority in a). 2012/13 b). 2013/14 c). 2014/15?
2. 2. What was the total value of the contracts awarded to private consultants by the local authority in a). 2012/13 b). 2013/14 c). 2014/15?
3. 3. How many contracts were awarded to private consultants to work specifically within children's social care in the local authority in a). 2012/13 b). 2013/14 c). 2014/15?
4. 4. What was the value of the contracts awarded to private consultants to work specifically within children's social care in the local authority in a). 2012/13 b). 2013/14 c). 2014/15?
5746
Local Authority's use of the Court of Protection
23/06/2015
Please see questions in attached 'WCCOP FOI Request Letter'
5661
Work-related accidents
23/06/2015
1. 1. Please give details of compensation payouts awarded to council staff for work-related accidents in each of the three CALENDAR years a) 2012 b) 2013 c) 2014. For each year, please tell me the total number of payouts and the total sum of money paid to staff.
2. 2. Please also provide a breakdown, providing details of each case. So, for each case, please tell me: a) how much money was paid to the member of staff b) a brief summary of the accident/incident c) what injuries were sustained
5649
Children born in the UK to parents from other EU nations
23/06/2015
1. In each of the last two financial years (13/14) and (14/15) could you please state how many times it was arranged by your social services department that a child born in the UK to parents from other EU nations was taken back to the EU nation where it could be placed in care/put up for adoption in that country. For each occasion please state (i) the sex and name of the child (I do not believe this would be a breach of S.40 as the child¿s name will have been changed) (ii) the age at which the child left the UK and (iii) the EU nation to which they were returned NOTE: I believe the circumstances that can cause the above scenario are when two EU migrants living in the UK have a child they put up for adoption the child will not have a UK passport if the EU parents have not been in the UK for five years. The responsibility for the child then reverts to the parents¿ country of origin and it is the duty of the UK social services department to contact the EU nation and arrange for the child to be transferred there for their future care.
5662
Food Hygiene Ratings
19/06/2015
For inspections in the last twelve months, copies of inspection reports from food premises in your borough/district which have scored Food Hygiene Ratings of either 'O' or '1'
5645
Public mental health services and interventions
19/06/2015
Please see attached letter and excel spreadsheet for request
5659
20mph limits
19/06/2015
1. 1. Electronic copies of any research, consultations, or analysis into 20mph limits that you have conducted. This includes: materials reviewing whether they should be introduced, consulting local stakeholders, or explaining their introduction; materials exploring the impact of 20mph limits in your area; and materials outlining reasons for not implementing 20mph limits, if this was decided.
2. 2. If your council has introduced any 20mph limits, on what proportion of roads have you done so, on a sign-only, area-wide or zone (traffic-calmed) basis? (Should you not have the precise lengths of roads that have been treated in this way, an estimate of the proportion of road types that have 20mph limits would still be useful, for example 20mph zones with traffic calming are in place around 90% of schools, and 20mph limits of some form are in place on around 50% of residential roads).
3. 3.What are your future plans for (a) the (further) development of 20mph limits and/or (b) consideration or review of whether to implement (more) 20mph limits?
4. 4. a) For areas where you have introduced 20mph limits, what are your reasons for doing so? b) For areas where you have not introduced 20mph limits, what are your reasons for not doing so?
5. 5. Can you give us an idea of the costs of implementation of 20mph limits where you have done so? We would like to know the costs of i) research/consultations, ii) public engagement, iii) road signs (if possible broken down by the cost of new repeater signs, and replacement signs).
5701
Waste Collection & Textile Banks
18/06/2015
1. Total quantity of waste (in tonnes) collected by the council and transferred to landfill in 2014. 2. Total cost to transfer the waste to landfill in 2014. 3. Total number of textile banks located in the council's territory and operated by the council 4. Total number of textile banks located in the council's territory and operated by 3rd parties (for example charities or other organisations) 5. Total quantity of waste (in tonnes) collected from the textile banks by the council and / or 3rd party operators in 2014. How was the weight data collected and reported to the council? 6. If banks are operated by the council, total collection cost incurred by the council to empty the banks in 2014 7. Please can you provide a database, preferably in Excel format, with full details of the textile banks located in the council's territory (address and postcode) 8. If the banks are operated by 3rd party operators, please can you provide a list of these operators. 9. Please provide a contact within the local authority who manages the network of textile banks
5757
Independent Mental Health Advocacy
18/06/2015
1. For your organisation, please send the contact details for your decision makers who assess IMHA services for suitability for procurement and the decision makers who procure IMHA services. 2. Please supply organisation names and contact information, including a named main organisational contact for all IMHA Service Providers procured, commissioned or spot purchased by your organisation in last 24 months. Please state the percentage each is of the whole of your IMHA service provision. 3. Please list your current IMHA service providers 4. Please state for each provider, how this service was commissioned; whether solely or jointly with NHS commissioners/stakeholders/ or others in agreement for purchasing IMHA services. 5. Process for commissioning IMHA services. Please supply the tender briefing documents, guidance and frameworks used to commission current IMHA services and successful tender proposals for IMHA services. 6. Please supply how many clients have made use of IMHA services in the last 12 month period of data available for 2014 ¿ 2015 7. Please supply data on the diagnoses of clients using IMHA services by percentage and in total numbers where available.
5723
Benefit Cap
18/06/2015
Please indicate how many persons within your local authority area are, as of the date of your response, in receipt of Carers Allowance and have their total benefit income reduced by the benefit cap.
5708
Home education
18/06/2015
I'd like to know (estimates if accurate data is not available) the number of primary aged children (4-11) and secondary aged adolescents (11-18) registered for elective home education each academic year since 2010-11 up to this academic year (2014-15).
5710
Education provision for children and young people with vision impairment
18/06/2015
Please complete questionnaire in request attached below
5753
Incubator Facility Biocity
18/06/2015
An up to date project directory of all companies, suppliers and sub-contractors involved with Incubator Facility Biocity Nottingham, Pennyfoot Street, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG1 1GF.
5756
Telecare equipment
18/06/2015
1. How much do you pay for your most frequently used lifeline (gross), and what make and model is this? 2. Is the procurement of your equipment managed by a separate company? - If it is, what is the annual charge for this and what services do the company provide for that charge? 3. If you procure your own equipment, could you please confirm the follow:- - How much you pay annually for the storage of the equipment? - How much you pay annually for the scrapping of the equipment? 4. Do you retrieve equipment, which is no longer used by patients? 5. If you do retrieve equipment:- - How much do you pay for equipment to be refurbished? - Which company do you use to do this?
5777
Deaf/hearing impaired children
18/06/2015
1. Can you now confirm the 2015/16 budget for specialist education services for deaf/hearing impaired children?
5731
Hepatitis C
18/06/2015
1. Who is the lead for addressing hepatitis C as a public health concern at your local authority? 2. What activities have your Health and Wellbeing Board undertaken to improve hepatitis C awareness, testing and diagnosis over the last 2 years (May 2013 - May 2015)? 3. What were the outcomes of those activities? We are looking for an outline of any activities (for example, partnership work with community drugs services, targeted awareness events or GP training) that your local authority and Health and Wellbeing Board has been involved in or led. We do not need any documentation, but would be grateful for as high level of detail as you are able to give.
5635
School places
18/06/2015
1. 1. Please provide the number of primary age and, separately, secondary age children in the local authority who are due to start school in September but are currently without a school place.
2. 2. Please provide comparable figures for the previous three years.
3. 3. Where possible, please give the reasons that children might be without school places for September. For example - the offer of school places have not been accepted, LA was unable to offer a place at parents' preferred schools, families applied to schools which handle their own admissions but were unsuccessful and then approached the council, problems with free school premises, the number of applications have risen significantly etc.
4. 4. Please provide any documentation from the last 12 months (minutes of meetings, reports, research, memos) which mention the impact of immigration on primary or secondary school places
5709
Pension Contributions
18/06/2015
1. I would like to know if, since October 1st 2014, the Council has considered pre-paying any of its agreed pension contributions. 2. If it has considered this, to see the relevant papers and minutes.
5754
Sheriff of Nottingham
17/06/2015
What is the role and duties of the Sheriff of Nottingham. Any information you can provide would be much appreciated.
5620
Financial assistance under Children's Act 1989
17/06/2015
1. What was the council's annual budget for assistance provided under section 17 between 2010 and 2015? 2. What was the council's annual expenditure on assistance provided under section 17 between 2010 and 2015?
5611
Residential and non-residential social care
16/06/2015
1. 1. How many people currently access support for a) residential and b) non-residential social care from your local authority?
2. 2. How many people accessed support for a) residential and b) non-residential social care from your local authority between 31 March 2013 and 31 March 2014?
3. 3. How many people in receipt of a War Disablement Pension currently access support for a) residential and b) non-residential social care from your local authority?
4. 4. How many people in receipt of a War Disablement Pension accessed support for a) residential and b) non-residential social care from your local authority between 31 March 2013 and 31 March 2014?
5. 5. How many people in receipt of Armed Forces Compensation Scheme Guaranteed Income Payments currently access support for a) residential and b) non-residential social care from your local authority?
6. 6. How many people in receipt of Armed Forces Compensation Scheme Guaranteed Income Payments accessed support for a) residential and b) non-residential social care from your local authority between 31 March 2013 and 31 March 2014?
5749
Travellers Pitch
16/06/2015
1. From the 1st April 2013 until the 31st March 2014: What is the price of a travellers pitch and what is included in this price?
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Children Social Care Department
16/06/2015
1. Please could you confirm the name, email address, direct line and position held for each and every senior responsible officer (s) who holds the following positions within the Children Social Care Department: -Director -Assistant Director The Heads of Service or Assistant Directors and Service Managers who are responsible for: -Disabilities -Fostering and Adoption -Learning Disabilities -Youth Offending -Children In Need The senior managers responsible within Children Social Care for: -Commissioning -ICT -Transformation and Change -Management Information As well as the: -The individual who Manages the team who develop reports such as performance indicators, ad hoc reports and finance reports for the purpose of performance management and statutory returns within Adults Social Care -The Training Manager or person responsible for training new and existing users of the case management system -IT Manager of the Case Management System(s) -Helpdesk manager of the Case Management System(s) -Changes to the case management systems system such as screen changes -Systems administration of the case management system
2. 2. In addition, could you please could you confirm who the Directors, Assistant Directors and Senior Managers are, including the name, direct telephone number and email address for all senior management positions who work in the following departments within the Council: -The CEO -Education -Housing (if applicable) -Highways (if applicable) -Environment -Corporate -Procurement -Commissioning -Finance -Human Resources (HR) -Information, Communication and Technology (ICT)