Disclosure Log – Freedom of Information Requests

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Disclosure log for the last 3 months:

IdSubjectResponse DateQuestionsResponse Files
9945
Con29R
17/10/2017
YP1082218 - 42 Woodbank Drive, Nottingham, NG8 2QU Please could you supply the following Con29 information (as per update 04/07/16) as relates to the above property, pursuant to the Environmental Information Regulations: 1.1 j) building regulations approval k) a building regulation completion certificate and l) 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?
9942
Information about Museums
17/10/2017
1. The names and addresses of all museums owned and run by the Council, including those run through a Trust on the Council's behalf. 2. Total annual opening hours for each museum in (1) for each year since 2010.
9943
Replacement of vehicle tyres
17/10/2017
This might be on fleets directly managed or fleets managed on behalf of the organisation by an external provider or relate to the guidance or instruction given to employees or contractors in the event of a personal vehicle being used for a work purpose. Specifically I am interested to learn: - What is the number of vehicles is owned by your organisation (vehicle fleets both directly managed by the organisation or by an external organisation)? - What are the types of vehicle owned by your organisation (e.g. car, small delivery van, larger delivery vehicle, 4x4, special purpose vehicle etc.)? - Is there a minimum tread depth at which tyres must be replaced? This might be at a tread depth greater than the 1.6mm legal minimum or it might be that drivers are reminded of the legal minimum. - If an instruction is not in place, is there advice or guidance given and if so, what is that guidance? - If the organisation has vehicles that provide an emergency response and/or have to contend with specific conditions, e.g. sometimes operate off-road, as well as vehicles involved in routine journeys, please provide details if there a variance between the instruction and/or advice given. - If some or all of the vehicles used for a work purpose are managed by an external provider, please detail whether the policy on tyre replacement is that of your organisation or something in place from that provider. - Please provide details of any related instructions and/or guidance related to tyres - for example (though not exhaustive) how regularly tyre checks (tread, wear, inflation, damage) should happen? whether winter tyres and summer tyres are used during the appropriate seasons? and so on. - Please provide details if tyres used on vehicles for a work purpose have to be from an identified list of manufacturers or might be recommended to be from an identified list of manufacturers or whether there is more general guidance, e.g. 'only premium tyres should be fitted' or 'budget tyres are not advised'. Please provide this information covering vehicles that might be directly managed or managed by an external provider or in the circumstance of a private vehicle being used for a work purpose - identifying any variance on the requirement or advice in every instance.
9947
Social Care Packages
17/10/2017
Under the Freedom of Information Act, please provide me with the following information, for 2016 as a whole: 1.The number of adults who have died while waiting for a domiciliary homecare package to commence, after an assessment has been made 2.The number of adults who waited more than a year, or who have been waiting more than a year for a domiciliary homecare package to commence 3. In the week of August 28 to September 3, 2017, how many hours of agreed domiciliary homecare went unmet (i.e. hours contained on entire care plans which were not able to started or extra hours that were needed on existing care plans but were unable to be added).
9935
Care Planning
13/10/2017
1. Does the council routinely include a long-term (more than three years into the future) planning component in their annual review and care planning process for people with care and support needs? Please respond Yes or No. 2. Does the council routinely support adults with long-term care and support needs to plan for their future care needs, beyond the next three years? Please answer Yes or No. 3. Of the adults in the council area with care and support needs whose primary carer is a parent, relative or friend, does the council routinely plan for a situation where that carer is no longer able (for whatever reason) to meet the support needs of the individual? Please answer Yes or No. 4. What percentage of adults with long-term care and support needs in the council area, have a friend or family member as a primary carer? For the purpose of clarity, we are issuing the same request to every council in England under the Freedom of Information Act, and we intend to use the responses for media and campaigning purposes.
9948
Cervical screening
13/10/2017
1. a. What activities has your local authority undertaken to promote cervical screening and increase uptake over the last year, August 2016 to August 2017? (We are looking for an outline of any activities that the local authority public health team has been involved in or led, for example, working directly with GP surgeries to raise awareness of screening; raising awareness through print and digital channels; working directly with women in the community; and through targeted information provision. We do not need any documentation, but would be grateful for as high level of detail as you are able to give.) b. What were the outcomes of those activities? For example, greater awareness, increased screening coverage. c. Have local targets been set to improve cervical screening coverage? i. Yes / No (please delete as appropriate) ii. If yes, please give details d. Does your local authority public health team have a budget to promote uptake of cervical screening? i. Yes / No (please delete as appropriate) ii. If yes, please give details 2. a. Is your public health team aware of the report published by Jo¿s Cervical Cancer Trust in January 2017, `Cervical Screening in the Spotlight: an audit of activities undertaken by local authorities and clinical commissioning groups to increase cervical screening coverage in England¿? i. Yes / No (please delete as appropriate) b. If yes, have any additional activities to improve cervical screening coverage been undertaken or planned as a result of the `Cervical Screening in the Spotlight¿ report? i. Yes / No (please delete as appropriate) ii. If yes, can you outline the activities / plans? 3. Are women able to attend cervical screening at the sexual health services in your local authority area? Please mark the correct box. ¿ Yes ¿ all women who attend an appointment and are due their cervical screening ¿ Yes ¿ some women are able to receive their cervical screening on an opportunistic basis. If this is the case, please specify which groups: ¿ No ¿ women are unable to receive cervical screening at sexual health services in our local authority area. 4. Have you undertaken any work with local schools or other partners to increase uptake of the HPV vaccine? a. Yes / No (please delete as appropriate) b. If yes, please give details.
9957
Dangerous Wild Animals (DWA)
12/10/2017
As of 1st September 2017: Dangerous wild animal (DWA) licences: 1) How many DWA licences are currently issued in your area? 2) How many of these DWA licences are issued for big cats( tigers, lions, jaguars, and leopards, big cat hybrids)? and please indicate for each of the above licences, the big cat species and the number of animals per species? 3) If tigers are licensed, please indicate if any restriction is placed on the breeding of the animals. If there are no restrictions, would the current licence cover the offspring? 4) How many DWA licences are issued for bears and please indicate for each of these licences, the bear species and the number of animals per species? 5) How many applications for licences to keep wild animals under the DWA Act have been refused in your area in the last 12 months? And on what grounds were they refused? 6) If there are big cats or bears licensed in your area, please provide copies of all licences, and the most recent relevant veterinary and inspection report(s) for each licence (on the understanding that for data protection purposes, certain information may be obscured). If no written reports are available, please indicate the date on which the most recent report was conducted and the outcome of the visit. Zoo licences: 1) How many zoo licences are currently issued in your area? 2) How many zoo licences are issued for/ cover big cats and please indicate for each of these licences, the big cats species and the number of animals per species? 3) How many zoo licences are issued for/ cover bears and please indicate for each licence, the species and the number of animals per species? 4) If there are big cats or bears licensed in your area, please provide copies of all licences (on the understanding that for data protection purposes, certain information may be obscured). Travelling circus licences: 1) How many licences are issued ( as of the 1st of September 2017) to operate a travelling circus in your area? 2) What animals do these licences cover?
9928
Financial Budgets
12/10/2017
1. When will the council publish the draft budget for the 2018/19 financial year? 2. Where on its website will the budget documents be published? 3. At what meeting and on what date will the draft budget be up for discussion/approval? 4. Where on the council's website will the final budget documents be published?
9978
Dangerous Wild Animal Licence (DWA)
12/10/2017
1. How many licences have been granted for a Licence to keep Dangerous Wild Animals in each of the following years: 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 (in financial or calendar years, however this information is held)? 1 a): how many people currently have a valid licence to keep dangerous wild animals? 2. Please can you provide a breakdown as to what dangerous wild animals were included in the granting of the licence in those same years requested in question 1. 3. If possible, please could you provide how many licences have been revoked in those same years as requested in question 1 and the reasons given?
9929
Interagency Safeguarding Children Procedure
12/10/2017
The Interagency Safeguarding Children Procedures are used by Nottingham City Safeguarding Children Board (NCSCB). These procedures contain other procedures, such as the Allegations Against Staff or Volunteers procedures. I request the current and all previous versions of the AAP since January 2015. I would like to know when each change was made, by whom and who authorised them. I imagine there is a formal procedure for changing documents such as a the AAP; there will obviously be safeguards and discussions prior to changes in procedures such as the AAP. I would like the procedures followed when updating documents such as the AAP.
9926
Traffic Regulation Orders
12/10/2017
For the last period(s) for which you have records: - How many Traffic Regulation Orders were proposed by the Council and sent out for consultation - Out of this total what percentage were not implemented as a result of the consultation process? - Out of this total what percentage were modfied as a result of the consultation process?
9997
Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Act 2013
12/10/2017
Under the "Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Act 2013, Schedule 5 section 5B", a person within a civil partnership may be granted a full 'gender recognition certificate' if the other person in the civil partnership is also granted a full certificate on the same day. This allows for the civil partnership to continue as valid. I would like to know how many couples in your local area have made use of Section 5B and have both been granted full gender recognition certificates on the same day in order to maintain a civil partnership.
9940
Ethnic breakdown of museums staff
12/10/2017
I am conducting research into the ethnic breakdown of Nottingham city council staff with particular reference to its heritage organisations (Nottingham castle, Greens windmill, Wollaton Park, Newstead Abbey, etc). Can you provide me with this information or signpost me to where I can obtain it?
9933
Armed Forces Covenant
12/10/2017
1. a. Does the Council give priority to former members of the Armed Forces seeking council housing in the your area. Can you provide the policy document to support this.
2. b. What assistance, does the Council provide to former members of the Armed Forces in your Council area, who are seeking employment. Can you provide the policy document to support this.
3. c. What provision does the Council provide in the area of mental health for former members of the Armed Forces who reside in your area. Can you provide the policy document.
9924
Fire Sprinkler Systems in Schools
11/10/2017
1. The number of schools and sixth form colleges (both primary, secondary and further education) in the local authority that are currently fitted with fire sprinkler systems 2. The number of schools and sixth form colleges (both primary, secondary and further education) in the local authority that are currently NOT fitted with fire sprinkler systems Please provide the information where you can e.g. if you only hold the information on maintained schools, then please add this caveat in. Please provide any relevant detail where appropriate.
10007
St Anns Well Road
11/10/2017
ST ANNS WELL ROAD - 39 HOUSES I am writing to request a project directory which includes a list of subcontractors, suppliers and consultants & telephone numbers involved in the 39 houses with associated parking and landscaping.
9925
Con29R
11/10/2017
Please could we have Con29R questions 1.1 a-l, 3.4, 3.5 & 3.7 & 3.8 under EIR on the address below: 90 NESTON DRIVE, NOTTINGHAM, NG6 8QY
9921
Bridge Maintenance
10/10/2017
Defining a 'road bridge' as a structure with a span of 1.5m or more providing public highway passage for motor vehicles over an obstacle such as a watercourse, railway, road or valley, please provide the following information for all road bridges for which you own as highway authority, including those which are jointly owned with another authority, but for which you are the lead authority: 1. How many road bridges are you responsible for maintaining? 2. For the last financial year (2016/17) how many Principal Inspections have taken place 3. For the last financial year (2016/17) how many General Inspections have taken place? 4. For the last financial year (2016/17) how many Structural reviews and/or BD21 assessments have been conducted? 5. How many sub-standard (in terms of capacity) and/or weight restricted bridges do you have? 6. Of these, how many do you intend to return to full load carrying capacity in the next 5 years? 7. How many bridges would you return to full load carrying capacity if you had no resource restrictions? 8. (i) How many of your bridges require post tensioned special inspections (PSTIs)? (ii) How many of those have had PSTIs within the last 18 years? 9. What is the current Depreciation (i.e. difference between your GRC and DRC as declared for your WGA return for 2016/17)? 10. Have you calculated your back log (or workbank) for bridges? What is the calculated value of your backlog of road bridges, or your best estimate if a calculated value is not available? 11. What is the annual cost of maintaining your bridge stock at its current level (standstill budget)? I request this information electronically in tabular form (ideally a spreadsheet) NOT as a PDF. A sample template can be found below: Sample template: QUESTION 2016/17 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7 8) (i) 8) (ii) 9) 10) 11)
9916
Leased/Financed/Owned Vehicles
10/10/2017
1) How many vehicles does the council currently lease? * 2) What is the council¿s yearly budget for leased vehicles? 3) How many vehicles does the council currently have on Personal Contract Purchase (PCP)? 4) What is the council¿s yearly budget for vehicles on PCP? 5) How many vehicles does the council currently have on Hire Purchase (HP)? 6) What is the council¿s yearly budget for vehicles on HP? 7) How many vehicles does the council currently own on other types of finance (not leasing, PCP or HP)? 8) What is the council¿s yearly budget for vehicles on other types of finance (not leasing, PCP or HP)? 9) How many vehicles does the council currently own outright? 10) What is the council¿s vehicle purchase budget for the past 10 years? * Leasing refers to personal contract hire or business contract hire.
9923
Waste Collection
09/10/2017
Are you able to clarify the proportion of households which receive a weekly residual waste collection and those which have a fortnightly collection, on the website it just says: "Depending on the recycling service you have this bin will either be collected once a week or once every two weeks, on the same week day."
9922
Child employment permits
09/10/2017
If applicable to your council, how many 13-15 year-olds were licenced to work part-time in the area in 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016? If data available, how many child employment permits were issued in 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016?
9915
Managed Service Provider
09/10/2017
Do you currently have a contract(s) in place with a Managed Service Provider for temporary staffing requirements? Can you confirm who this/these are with? Please advise the start date of this/these? Please advise the end date of this/these? Please advise the duration (including possible extensions)? Please advise the categories of staff this contract(s) covers? What¿s the annual spend via the contract(s)? Please advise the breakdown per category of the spend via the contract? Is there any off contract spend? If so how much? Does this only cover temporary or does it include permanent staffing? If both, please advise the temporary/permanent split?
9931
Adult social services for people who are deaf or have hearing loss
09/10/2017
1. *Please note, these questions refer to adult social services* Q1.Does the local authority adult social services department have a sensory loss team? Please select the option that applies a) Yes b) No c) Other ¿ please state Q2.How many specialist social workers for people who are d/Deaf or have hearing loss are employed by the local authority*? Please select the option that applies a) 0 b) 1 c) 2 d) 3 or more e) Don¿t know *By specialist, we mean a qualified social worker who is specially trained and/or has in-depth knowledge in providing an assessment, care management, advice, counselling, or support for people who are d/Deaf or have hearing loss Q3.We are interested to learn more about the characteristics, typical qualifications and roles and responsibilities of specialist social workers for people who are d/Deaf or have hearing loss, social workers and other staff employed by the local authority. For all specialist social workers for people who are deaf d/Deaf or have hearing loss and other staff employed by the local authority, please select all the options that apply: a) Specialist social workers for people who are d/Deaf or have hearing loss use BSL as their first or preferred language b) Specialist social workers for people who are d/Deaf or have hearing loss are trained to BSL level 1 or 2 c) Specialist social workers for people who are d/Deaf or have hearing loss are trained to BSL level 3 or above d) Specialist social workers for people who are d/Deaf or have hearing loss hold a case load e) Specialist social workers for people who are d/Deaf or have hearing loss hold commissioning responsibility and/or are involved in commissioning decisions f) Non-specialist social workers and/or other staff employed by the local authority have expertise in deafness and hearing loss issues (e.g. they are trained in BSL and/or good communication with people who are d/Deaf or have hearing loss) g) Don¿t know h) Other ¿ please state Q4.Has the local authority made changes to the number of specialist social workers for people who are d/Deaf or have hearing loss employed the by the local authority over last two financial years (2015/16 and 2016/17) ? Please select all the options that apply a) The number of specialist social worker roles for people who are d/Deaf or have hearing loss has increased b) The number of specialist social worker roles for people who are d/Deaf or have hearing loss has reduced c) The working hours of specialist social workers for people who are d/Deaf or have hearing loss have been increased d) The working hours of specialist social workers for people who are d/Deaf or have hearing loss have been reduced e) Specialist social workers for people who are d/Deaf or have hearing loss have been re-deployed in non-specialist social work roles f) No changes have been made g) Don¿t know h) Other - please state Q5. Are there plans to reduce the number of specialist social workers for people who are d/Deaf or have hearing loss in this financial year (2017/18)? Please select the option that applies a) Yes b) No c) Don¿t know (Optional) Please provide further information on planned changes
2. *Please note, these questions refer to adult social services* Q6. Does the local authority collect any local data* on the number of people who are d/Deaf or have hearing loss who access care and support services? Please select all the options that apply a) Data is collected on the number of people who are d/Deaf or have hearing loss who contact the local authority b) Data is collected on the number of people who are d/Deaf or have hearing loss who receive an assessment c) Data is collected on the number of people who are d/Deaf or have hearing loss who receive care and support d) Don¿t know e) Other ¿ please state *By local data, we mean specific data on people who are d/Deaf or have hearing loss, as opposed to general data on people with physical disabilities, sensory loss or other conditions. Q7. We are interested to learn more about the local authority¿s assessment process for community equipment or aids for the home or other forms of intermediate care, re-ablement or rehabilitation support, otherwise known as ¿prevention¿ services How does the local authority assess needs of people who are d/Deaf or have hearing loss who may need to access these services? Please provide details of the local authority¿s assessment criteria (if available). Q8. We are interested to learn more about the local authorities¿ assessment process for people who are deaf or have hearing loss with multiple or complex care and support needs such as physical or learning disabilities, autism or other conditions, who may require a more intensive needs assessment. How does the local authority assess people who are d/Deaf or have hearing loss with multiple or complex care and support needs? Please select all the options that apply a) A specialist social worker for people who are d/Deaf or have hearing loss is involved in social care assessments b) A qualified appropriate communication professional, such as a BSL interpreter, is provided for social care assessments, if the person needs one c) Knowledge and advice is sought from an internal or external expert, who may or may not be present at face-to-face assessments d) Multiple assessments are carried out over a period of time and/or take account of the person¿s care and support history e) Don¿t know f) Other, please state Q9. What forms of care and support does the local authority for people who is d/Deaf or has hearing loss who meet the eligibility criteria does the local authority provide or fund? Please select the options that apply a) Equipment provision b) Advice c) Support planning and on-going care management d) Information and advisory services (e.g. on information and advice benefits, Access to Work, or products and equipment that may benefit people who are d/Deaf or have hearing loss) e) Communication support f) Advocacy g) Other ¿ please state Q10.What forms of specialist* care and support for people who are d/Deaf with multiple or complex needs who do meet the eligibility criteria does the local authority provide or fund? Please select the options that apply a) Supported living b) Home care c) Residential care d) Community outreach services or day centres e) Respite care and support for carers f) Other ¿ please state *By specialist, we mean care and support provided for other conditions that recognises the importance of good communication for people who are d/Deaf or have hearing loss and takes account of the unique values and culture of the Deaf community. Q11. What kind of support do you offer to people who are d/Deaf or have hearing loss that do not meet the eligibility criteria? Please select the options that apply a) Signposting other charities or organisations that support people who are d/Deaf or have hearing loss b) Signposting to community support networks such as clubs for people who are d/Deaf or have hearing loss c) Signposting to hearing aid support services provided by charities or other organisations d) Signposting to lip-reading classes e) Other ¿ please state
9912
Con29R
06/10/2017
YP1080435 - APARTMENT 22, THE PAVILION 3 RUSSELL ROAD, NOTTINGHAM, NOTTINGHAMSHIRE, NG7 6GB Please could you supply the following Con29 information (as per update 04/07/16) as relates to the above property, pursuant to the Environmental Information Regulations: 3.8. Has a local authority authorised in relation to the property any proceedings for the contravention of any provision contained in building regulations?
9938
Exclusions
06/10/2017
1. 1) How many children aged between 8 - 17 whom are classed as 'Looked After' and have an Autistic Spectrum Diagnosis were permanently excluded from school between 2015-2016 and 2016-2017? 2) How many children aged between 8 - 17 whom are classed as 'Looked After' and have an Autistic Spectrum Diagnosis accessed alternative education provision between 2015-2016 and 2016-2017?
2. 2) How many children aged between 8 - 17 whom are classed as 'Looked After' and have an Autistic Spectrum Diagnosis accessed alternative education provision between 2015-2016 and 2016-2017?
9918
EV Charging Points
06/10/2017
1. How many total EV charging points are installed in the council area. 2. How many EV charging points are rapid chargers?* 3. How many EV charging points are fast chargers?** 4. How many EV charging points are slow chargers?*** 5. What percentage of charging points are used at least once per day? 6. What percentage of charging points are used at least once per week? 7. What percentage of charging points are used at least once per month? 8. How many charging units has Nottingham City Council installed in the past 5 years? 9. How many charging units is Nottingham City Council planning to install in the next 5 years?
9911
Con29R
06/10/2017
Please could we have Con29R questions 1.1 a-l, 3.4, 3.5 & 3.7 & 3.8 under EIR on the address below: 68 AUSTEN AVENUE, NOTTINGHAM, NG7 6PF
9905
Con29R
05/10/2017
Please could we have Con29R questions 1.1 a-l, 3.4, 3.5 & 3.7 & 3.8 under EIR on the address below: FLAT 38 REGENT COURT, DERBY STREET, NOTTINGHAM NG1 5FF 6 HOLLY AVENUE, THORNEYWOOD, NOTTINGHAM NG3 2PA
9946
Protection from Harassment Act 1997
05/10/2017
Kindly identify and provide me copy of that authority which empowers your Council to sue in the civil court under section 3 of the Protection from Harassment Act 1997 on behalf of all officer's, employee's and Councillor's of the Council
9909
Historical child sexual abuse
05/10/2017
1. Since January 1 2012: How many claims have resulted in some kind of monetary settlement by the authority? How much money in total has been paid out by the authority or its insurers in financial settlements to complainants regarding CSE while in the authority's care? How much was the single most costly settlements individually? How many allegations have been heard in court and resulted in any form of damages?
2. Since January 1 2012 please tell me he number of allegations of historical child sexual abuse (IE, those where the complainant or alleged victim is now over 18 but was a child when the alleged incident took place) involving children in the authority's care - those at children's homes, in foster care or staying in other secure facilities.
9907
Con29R
05/10/2017
Please could we have Con29R questions 1.1 a-l, 3.4, 3.5 & 3.7 & 3.8 under EIR on the address below: 2A HAMILTON DRIVE, NOTTINGHAM, NG7 1DF
9906
Con29R
05/10/2017
Please could we have Con29R questions 1.1 a-l, 3.4, 3.5 & 3.7 & 3.8 under EIR on the address below: 1 WISA TERRACE, NOTTINGHAM NG5 4AL
9941
Business Rates
05/10/2017
Can you send me a full list of businesses in excel format if possible please that have become liable for business rates between the 1st-15th Sept 17. Please include the business name and full address, property type, RV and date they became responsible.
9894
Public Spaces Protection Orders + Community Protection Notices
04/10/2017
1. 1) The number of Community Protection Notice (CPN) Warnings issued by the local authority for the following time periods: 1 October 2014 to 30 September 2015; 1 October 2015 to 30 September 2016; 1 October 2016 to the most recent statistics for September 2017; 2) The number of Community Protection Notices (CPNs) issued by the local authority for the time periods: 1 October 2014 to 30 September 2015; 1 October 2015 to 30 September 2016; 1 October 2016 to the most recent statistics for September 2017; 3) Brief details of the circumstances/reasons on why each of the CPNs and CPN warnings were issued; 4) The number of fixed penalty notices issued for breach of a CPN for the following time periods: 1 October 2014 to 30 September 2015; 1 October 2015 to 30 September 2016; 1 October 2016 to September 2017 or the most recent statistics available; 5) The initial `fine¿ amount of a fixed penalty notice issued for breach of a CPN. If you are unable to provide details behind each individual CPN Warning and CPN due to exceeding the cost of compliance limits identified under Section 12 of the Freedom of Information Act, please place the circumstances of each CPN Warning and CPN issued under broad categories such as `allowing dog to escape/severely overgrown garden/fly tipping in garden,¿ alongside the number issued for that offence.
2. 1) Details of each Public Spaces Protection Order [PSPO] put forward for consultation by the local authority during the following time periods: 1 October 2014 to 30 September 2015; 1 October 2015 to 30 September 2016; 1 October 2016 to the most recent statistics for September 2017 (details should include the wording of the Order and a brief description of what was outlawed under the proposals); 2) Details of each Public Spaces Protection Order [PSPO] introduced by the local authority for the following time periods: 1 October 2014 to 30 September 2015; 1 October 2015 to 30 September 2016; 1 October 2016 to the most recent statistics for September 2017 (details should include the wording of the Order and a brief description of each act outlawed under the order); 3) The number of fixed penalty notices issued for breach of a PSPO for the following time periods: 1 October 2014 to 30 September 2015; 1 October 2015 to 30 September 2016; 1 October 2016 to September 2017 or the most recent statistics available; 4) The initial `fine¿ amount for a fixed penalty notice issued for breach of a PSPO. If it is not possible to provide all the information requested due to the request exceeding the cost of compliance limits identified in Section 12, please answer as many of the questions as is possible within the time limits, or advise me as to how this request can be broken down to comply.
9889
Councillors and Council Tax Arrears
04/10/2017
I would like to know if any serving councillors have council tax arrears. For each serving councillor that has council tax arrears, please provide the following information: - The name of the serving councillor - The total amount that they owe [and then, if possible, please provide a breakdown of that figure of how much they owe by financial year] - If held, the reasons why the serving councillor has council tax arrears - The action taken by the council to pursue the individual and the outcome
9902
DCLG Funding
04/10/2017
Can you please provide the bid document submitted by Nottingham City Council to the Department for Communities and Local Government to access funding from DCLG's pot of £20 million to tackle domestic violence across the country. The bid was successful and was awarded £100,000.
9908
Nottingham Community Transport
04/10/2017
What information do you require?: I write under the freedom of information act 2000 and require the following information. 1,How many contracts do Nottingham Community Transport currently Operate on behalf of the authority, this is to include home to school, dial a ride, bus routes, and social care contracts. 2, was these contracts won by competitive tender. 3, are all these contracts operated by Nottingham Community transport operated under a section 19/22 permit. 4, how much grant funding have Nottingham Community Transport received over the last two years from the authority. 5, have the authority gifted any minibuses to Nottingham Community Transport over the last three years.
9970
Payments for suppliers
04/10/2017
I am carrying out some research regarding payments for suppliers. I have been looking for the following information however I¿m unable to locate it on your website. For 2015/16 and 2016/17. 1. Financial Year Proportion of valid & undisputed invoices paid within 30 days (%) 2. Amount of interest paid to suppliers due to breach of requirement (£) 3. Total amount of interest potentially liable to pay (£) I was wondering if you¿re able to fill in the table above or point me in the right direction on your website. Also, if your able to provide how your invoice payment solution is processed, whether it¿s in house or by a third party and if so who?
9974
Business Rates
04/10/2017
I am looking for a full list of businesses, Ltd companie and charities that have become responsible for business rates between 15th Sept-30th Sep 2017. Please include all details in excel if possible including the business name, address, property type, rv and the date of responsibility
9917
Mail Room and Records Summary
04/10/2017
1. Does the Council manage its own incoming mail or is this service outsourced? 2. If outsourced who is the current provider, when did the contract start and what is the contract term? a. Was this contract awarded via any Frameworks e.g. CCS RM1063? b. What is the cost of the incoming mail service within the Council? 3. Is any of the incoming mail scanned or is it physically transported across the Council? a. What is the volume of incoming mail per day/week/month received by the Council? b. Is the scanning linked to any Document Management systems? c. If so can you confirm which ones are used within the Council? 4. If the service is provided in house how many staff are involved in: a. Sorting the incoming mail b. Distributing incoming mail 9. How is your returned mail processed? 10. What is your average number of daily returned mail items? 11. Does the Council currently scan documents at department level? 12. Please outline which departments and average daily volumes. b. Is there a standard within the Council? 11. Are there any special stationary types used? 12. Do you use pre-printed inserts 13. Does the council scan records? 14. If yes could you please supply daily volumes of record scanning? 15. Can you please provide the contact details of the Councils IT Director? 16. Can you please provide the contact details of the Council¿s Business Transformation Officer? 17. Could you please supply org chart?
9913
Service User/ Customer Feedback Surveys and Contracts
04/10/2017
1. Current supplier of service user/customer experience feedback surveys (This may be more than one. For example, one supplier may be providing a survey solution for community feedback whilst a different supplier may provide a survey solution for feedback within care homes and another supplier for contact centre surveys. Please provide details of supplier contracts for all). 2. Value of individual contract(s). Please specify whether ¿including VAT¿ or ¿plus VAT¿. 3. Renewal date of current contract(s). 4. Contact details of officer(s) responsible for the contract(s). 5. Brief description of service provided by current supplier. 6. Where contracts have been renewed in the last 6 months, please can you also provide a short list of suppliers that bid for each contract. 7. Typical route to tender (i.e., what procurement portal or individual quote requests etc.). 8. Does the authority own and/or run Care Homes and if yes, how many.
9903
Staff Training
03/10/2017
1. 1. Please provide evidence of all training that your organisation have undertaken since 31/05/1995 in relation to Nolan Principles of public life to its staff? 2. Please provide evidence of all training that organisation have undertaken since 01/10/2010 in relation to Equality Act 2010 & specifically section 6 of the protected characteristics?
2. 2. Please provide evidence of all training that organisation have undertaken since 01/10/2010 in relation to Equality Act 2010 & specifically section 6 of the protected characteristics?
9985
Documents Related to Castle Quarter
03/10/2017
Under the Freedom of Information Act - I request full details of all plans (provisional or draft), council discussions, documents and consultations from the last 3 years in relation to the Castle Quarter, and specifically the area marked as PA66.
9892
Con29R
03/10/2017
YP1079163 - Flat 22,Portland Square Raleigh Street, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG7 4HR Please could you supply the following Con29 information (as per update 04/07/16) as relates to the above property, pursuant to the Environmental Information Regulations: 1.1 j) building regulations approval k) a building regulation completion certificate and l) 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?
9888
FPN
03/10/2017
1. Under the freedom of information act please could you tell me how many fixed penalty notices were issued for by the council for the following years - 2014 2015 2016 2. Please give a break down of what these fixed penalty notices were for by group i.e littering, anti-social behaviour, breach of a PSPO? 3. Does the council employ a private company to issue the fines? 4. If so what proportion of the fines were issued by the private company? Please state if the company was only employed for part of the period concerned in the FOI. 5. What is the financial arrangement with the private company? i.e paid hourly, get to keep a set proportion of the fine. Please include the hourly rate or proportion of fine paid.
9898
Southern Loop System
03/10/2017
Please see the attached request
9891
Con29R
03/10/2017
YP1077535 - 16 Millidge Close, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG5 5UU Please could you supply the following Con29 information (as per update 04/07/16) as relates to the above property, pursuant to the Environmental Information Regulations: 3.8. Has a local authority authorised in relation to the property any proceedings for the contravention of any provision contained in building regulations?
9890
Deer Culling at Wollaton Hall
03/10/2017
Under the Freedom of Information Act 2000, I would like to know how many deers have been culled in the past five years at Wollaton Hall deer park, as well as the method of culling. Also, I would like to know where the corpses (the dead deer bodies) will be transferred to, for example - will they be transferred to a farmers market or a graveyard for animals?
9893
Non-Standard Construction & Prefabricated Reinforced Concrete Properties
02/10/2017
Please could you let me have all the locations (street names) in Nottingham & NG Postcodes where you have Non-Standard Construction & Prefabricated Reinforced Concrete (PRC) Properties? Please list all individual types of construction for the properties that are not of standard brick construction. If there is more than one type of "Cornish" construction (or any other type of construction) - please can you be type specific, where possible.
9927
Information regarding flooding
02/10/2017
Please can I apply for an EIR Request with regards to any known flooding in the area with particular reference to the areas off and/or near the old `Red Cow¿ pub, land off Gregory Street, Nottingham, NG7 2NL. The site is shown to be in Flood Zone 3 from the Environment Agency¿s flood maps and any information that you may have would prove useful as I am carrying out a Flood Risk Assessment for the site.
9910
Licences
02/10/2017
1. Could you please provide a list in excel format of all businesses within your coverage area that currently hold one or more of the following: - Premises licence Within these results, please include as far as possible the following details: 1. Business name 2. Business type (hotel, restaurant, etc) 3. Mailing address 4. Business manager / representative 5. Email address
2. Could you please provide a list in excel format of all businesses within your coverage area that currently hold one or more of the following: - Caravan site licence Within these results, please include as far as possible the following details: 1. Business name 2. Business type (hotel, restaurant, etc) 3. Mailing address 4. Business manager / representative 5. Email address
9886
Adult learning disability services
02/10/2017
1. For questions 2 to 6, please supply this information as a snapshot at the end of the year for the financial years 2013/14 to 2016/17, and where possible, the most up to date snapshot available for 2017/18. 2. Please provide the total number of adults with learning disabilities funded by the Local Authority in residential care. 3. Of the total number of adults with learning disabilities funded by the Local Authority in residential care (q.2) please provide the number that are in `in area¿ placements and the number that are in `out of area¿ placements. 4. Please provide the total number of adults with learning disabilities funded by the Local Authority in supported living. 5. Please provide the number of adults with learning disabilities who transitioned from children¿s learning disabilities services into adult¿s services - in total, into adult residential care services only, and into adult supported living services only. 6. Please provide the number of adults with learning disabilities who `stepped down¿ from specialist inpatient hospital placements into adult residential care and supported living services.
2. 1. Please could you supply the name, email address and telephone number of the commissioner with responsibility for learning disabilities placements? For questions 2 to 6, please supply this information as a snapshot at the end of the year for the financial years 2013/14 to 2016/17, and where possible, the most up to date snapshot available for 2017/18. 7. Please provide the local authority¿s total expenditure on residential care and supported living for adults with learning disabilities for each of the financial years 2013/14 to 2016/17, and where possible, budgeted expenditure for 2017/18. If expenditure for 2016/17 is not yet available, please provide projected expenditure. 8. Please provide the highest, lowest, and average weekly rate paid by the Local Authority for residential care placements for adults with a learning disability for each of the financial years 2013/14 to 2017/18. If the Local Authority has weekly rate bands, please also provide these. 9. Please provide the highest, lowest, and average hourly rate paid by the Local Authority for supported living placements for adults with a learning disability for each of the financial years 2013/14 to 2017/18. If the Local Authority has hourly rate bands, please also provide these.
9887
Adults with Learning Disabilities
02/10/2017
For the following years 2015/16, 2016/17, 2017/18 for Adults with Learning Disabilities only (18+), can you advise: 1. Do you have a fee for standard residential placements and if so what is your current standard residential weekly fee? 2. If you also have non-standard residential fees, what defines them as being non-standard placements? 3. What percentage increase has been awarded to both standard and non-standard residential care placements? 4. If non-standard residential placements have not increased in value, what are your grounds for not doing so? 5. What are your client numbers in residential care, split by standard and non-standard placement? 6. What percentage of your client base in residential care is deemed to be out of County, please reply splitting the percentage in standard and non-standard placements? 7. What is your gross budget for residential care at the start of each of those financial years and what percentage is allocated to non-standard placements? 8. Do you use the IESE care fund calculator to aid fee negotiation? Yes/No 9. Out of the LD services you commission, how many providers do you consult with (both as a number and as a % total) in relation to your annual fee setting.
9880
Cautionary Contacts List
02/10/2017
Under the Freedom of Information Act, please could you provide me with details of the council's 'cautionary contacts list' (CCL) or similar database. A CCL is a system or register which lists potentially aggressive or abusive customers or members of the public, in an effort to protect council staff from potentially harmful situations, including physical assault and verbal abuse. Individual departments may have their own lists, such as an ¿Adults Integrated System¿, or have a marker known as a Cautionary Contact Flag. Under data protection laws, it is important that I do not receive the names or addresses of those people on the register. However, I do seek other details including the ages (if known), the length of time they have been on the list (if known), the reasons for their inclusion and the council department who may come into contact with the person (if known).
9936
Tree Inspections
02/10/2017
1. The dates of the inspection of the trees at Northern Cemetay, Bulwell in the last year? 2. The Job description of the Cemetary Superintendent regarding 'Tree' management.
9920
Car Clocking
02/10/2017
TRADING STANDARDS FOI Illegal car clocking/ vehicle mileage adjustment is in the news at the moment as such could you answer the following questions. 1) How many cases of car clocking has your council investigated in the last 5 years? 2) Of those cases, how many were dealt with by prosecuting the suspected offenders? 3) How many of those prosecutions were successful? 4) In total, how many vehicles were involved in the successfully prosecuted cases? 5) What is your council¿s policy for alerting innocent members of the public and motor trade to vehicles the council has successfully proven have been "clocked"? 6) Can you provide confirmation in respect of question 5 of the type of action you have taken to warn people about the vehicles you have discovered to have been clocked? For example, publishing ¿vehicle details, alerting Auto Trader or other specialist publications; registering data with HPI and other mileage data services. 7) Has the council or trading standards department seized any "clocked" vehicles ¿over the past five years and subsequently destroyed them?
9874
Statutory nuisance and noise abatement
29/09/2017
Please see attached document containing questions.
9878
Off-Street Car Parking Provision
29/09/2017
1. Please provide the following information: 3. How many car parking spaces are currently provided by the local authority to generate this annual income? 4. Does the local authority have any plans to increase its number of off-street car parking spaces, and if so, by how many? 5. If the local authority holds any information regarding the number of off-street car parking spaces provided in the local authority area by other providers (such as private car parking operators) please advise how many spaces are provided, and by which operator. 6. Are the local authority¿s off-street car parking operations run entirely in-house, or are these subject to alternative arrangements, such as a management contract or a partnership agreement with the private sector or another local authority, and if so: a. What are the current arrangements ¿ i.e. a management contract, a partnership / joint venture or other (please specify); b. who provides the service to / partners with the local authority; and c. When is this contract / partnership scheduled to end? 7. Has the local authority given any consideration (and / or made any decision) in the past two years to explore alternative managerial and operational arrangements for its off-street car parking provision (such as private sector involvement) and if so, what? 8. Does the local authority have an up-to-date Parking Strategy? If so, please provide a weblink. 9. Please provide a weblink to your latest Annual Parking Report. 10. As the local authority will have set its budget for the current financial year (and its Medium Term Financial Strategy), has it agreed for 2017-18, 2018-19 and 2019-20: a. any savings to be delivered in the running costs of off-street car parking; and b. any projected increase in income. Please provide any figures of savings and income agreed for these years. 11. Likewise, has the local authority allocated any capital funding for expenditure on car parks during the next three years, or identified the need to allocate capital in due course? Please provide figures and details of proposed expenditure. 12. In particular, does the local authority have any plans (or ongoing considerations) about redeveloping, reconfiguring and / or consolidating its car park provision, including through the provision of additional or enhanced multi-storey car parks? If so, please advise details.
2. 1. Is this an accurate figure of the total income generated from off-street car parking in 2015-16? 2. Is a 2016-17 equivalent figure now available, and if so, what is it (as DCLG have not yet published this specific data)?
3. 11. Likewise, has the local authority allocated any capital funding for expenditure on car parks during the next three years, or identified the need to allocate capital in due course? Please provide figures and details of proposed expenditure.
4. 10. As the local authority will have set its budget for the current financial year (and its Medium Term Financial Strategy), has it agreed for 2017-18, 2018-19 and 2019-20: a. any savings to be delivered in the running costs of off-street car parking; and b. any projected increase in income. Please provide any figures of savings and income agreed for these years.
9739
Environmental Health Cases Related to Housing
28/09/2017
I am requesting information relating to the financial year from 01 April 2015 to 31 March 2016, or the equivalent financial year for the council ('the year'). 1. The total number of cases worked on by the council's environmental health team during the year. 2. The total number of cases worked on by the council's environmental health team related to all rented residential housing (including all types of rented property including homes owned by the council, a registered provider or a private landlord) during the year. 3. The total number of staff hours spent on all cases related to all rented residential housing. 4. The cost (including salaries and administration) to the council of work done on cases related to all rented residential housing. For the sake of clarification, I would like to add the following points: - We do not request information relation to queries covered by the Environmental Health team which do not relate to housing, for example general queries relating to noise and pollution. - If the local authority does not have an Environmental Health team, but has a Public Protection Team or equivalent (providing equivalent services) can I please have the relevant information relating to this team instead. - I do not need a breakdown of these numbers by tenure types. Instead we are requesting a figure for costs relating to all types of rented housing. If the council does not hold or is unable to provide this specific information, I request that the council provides instead information it does hold from which this figure may be calculated. If the council does hold and is able to publish the information at Questions 1 to 4 above I do not require the information described at 1 to 3 below and I respectfully ask that this is not considered when assessing the amount of time needed to respond to this request in the first instance. In particular, I request: 1. The total budget of the environmental health team including staff costs and administration during the year. 2. An estimate of how much of the environmental health team¿s time is spent on housing related issues. 3. Whichever is easiest to provide, from: A: The database or spreadsheet recording the cases worked on by environmental health officers during the year, the staff time given to them and the details of the cases. Please provide this excluding any information which would be considered personal information under the Data Protection Act. OR B: The database or spreadsheet recording the cases opened by environmental health officers during the year, the staff time given to them and the details of the cases. Please provide this excluding any information which would be considered personal information under the Data Protection Act
9896
Fernwood School
28/09/2017
I would like to submit the following questions under FOI relating to Fernwood Primary school. 1. How many have been given a place in 2017/18 in Year 2? 2. How many pupils are there at the school? 3. How many teachers? How many teachers are in Year 2? 4. How many children from outside the catchment currently attend the school in Year 2? 5. How many children are currently on the Year 2 waiting list at Fernwood Primary? 6. How many of these children are from within the catchment area? 7. How many children left the school last year (not including those moving to secondary)? 8. How many children, on average, have left the school during the academic year (not including transferring to secondary school) during the last five years?
9900
Asbestos management in schools
28/09/2017
1. the amount of money spent on asbestos management in schools between 2006 and 2016 (to include the costs of surveys, staff training and work to enclose asbestos within schools) 2. the amount of money spent on asbestos removal from schools between 2006 and 2016 3. the amount of money spent on fines for breaches in the safe management of asbestos in schools between 2006 and 2016 4. funding sought from the Department of Education and the Education Funding Authority for the management and removal of asbestos from schools between 2006 and 2016 5. the amount of funding approved by the Department of Education and the Education Funding Authority for the management and removal of asbestos from schools between 2006 and 2016 6. the projected budget for future management of asbestos in schools between 2017 and 2027
9871
Price and sufficiency of older people's care
27/09/2017
2. Average and maximum prices (i) Please provide the average and maximum prices of LA-funded places and the average prices of self-funded places for older people. If you do not have exact figures for this group, please provide your closest approximations based on your available data, such as your market position statements. E.g. ¿between £650 and £700 a week¿ or ¿approx. £675¿. * Please take into account reimbursements paid to settings through FNC (see glossary), to reflect the actual price charged per individual place. (I.e. the difference between the total amount received by a setting and reimbursements they may receive through FNC.) 3. Number of individuals using services (i) Please provide the number of older people using the following different services over a year. Please use your closest approximations, if exact figures are unavailable. (ii) Please provide the number of hours per year used by all older people using home care services in total per year. Please use your closest approximations, if exact figures are unavailable. 4. Source of funding (i) What proportion of older people in receipt of social care in your area are entirely LA-funded, partly LA-funded, or entirely self-funded? This includes all kinds of social care referenced in our glossary at the beginning of the survey. Please use your closest approximations, if exact figures are unavailable. (ii) What proportion of the places for older people in residential care (i.e. care homes and nursing homes) that you commission are funded using top-ups from third parties (to any extent)? Please use your closest approximations, if exact figures are unavailable. 5. Sufficiency of Services (i) Based on your latest market analysis, is there sufficient provision in your area to meet the care needs of older people for the following services? Please indicate with a cross (X). When did you most recently assess sufficiency? (ii) If you indicated `No¿ or `Don¿t Know¿ for any answers, please use the space below to tell us about the issues in your area. We are grateful for any additional information. 6. Out of area placements (i) Do you use out of area placements for older people¿s care? Please indicate with a cross (X). (ii) If so, what proportion of your total placements for older people¿s care are out of area? Please use your closest approximations if exact figures are unavailable, or leave blank if the data is not held or not accessible. 7. Future projections (i) Do you expect (i) the demand, and (ii) the supply of social care to increase, decrease or stay the same over the next year? Please indicate with a cross (X).
9869
Parking Appeal
25/09/2017
Could you provide me with details of the present (29th August) charging hours and tariffs for the area and the information displayed on the machine in question (please see photo attached) I note that the machine in Z2 Zone and is located on Castle Boulevard.
9885
PSN IT Health Check (ITHC)
22/09/2017
1. Can you please inform me with regard to your PSN IT Health Check (ITHC): 2. The name of who is responsible for sourcing the ITHC testing. 3. When is the ITHC testing usually carried out each year? (Month) 4. When is the council's PSN submission due each year? (Month) 5. How much did last year's ITHC testing cost and which company provided it?
9884
Asylum In Nottingham
22/09/2017
1. How many Afghan refugees have asylum in Nottingham since 2000? Can you break this down by gender and age? 2. How many Syrian refugees have asylum in Nottingham since 2011? Can you break this down by gender and age?
9876
Licenses
22/09/2017
1. 1. How many staff does the council have in the licensing department only? 2. More specifically how many of the following do you employ in the licensing department only; a. Licensing support officers? b. Licensing support supervisors? c. Environmental health officers? d. Environmental health supervisors? e. Enforcement officers? f. Other? 3a. How many new Animal licenses and permits did you issue in 2016/17? 3b. How many Animal licenses and permits did you renew in 2016/17? 3c. How long does a Animal licenses and permit last for? 3d. What is the cost of a new Animal license and permit? 3e. What is the renewal cost of a Animal license and permit? 4a. How many new Food, drink and entertainment licenses did you issue in 2016/17? 4b.How many Food, drink and entertainment licenses did you renew in 2016/17? 4c. How long does a Food, drink and entertainment license last for? 4d. What is the cost of a new Food, drink and entertainment license? 4e. What is the renewal cost of a Food, drink and entertainment license? 5a. How many new scrap metal dealer's Licenses did you issue in 2016/17? 5b. How many scrap metal dealer's Licenses did you did you renew in 2016/17 5c. How long does a scrap metal dealer's License last for? 5d. What is the cost of a new scrap metal dealer's License? 5e. What is the renewal cost of a scrap metal dealer's License? 6a. How many Health and beauty licenses did you issue in 2016/17? 6b. How many Health and beauty licenses did you did you renew in 2016/17? 6c. How long does a Health and beauty license last for? 6d. What is the cost of a new Health and beauty license? 6e. What is the renewal cost of a Health and beauty license? 7a. How many taxi licenses and did you issue as at 31 March 17? 7b. How long does a taxi license last for? 7c. What is the cost of a new taxi license? 7d. What is the renewal cost of a taxi license? 8a. How many market stall licenses did you issue in 2016/17? 8b. How many market stall licenses did you did you renew in 2016/17? 8c. How long does a market stall license last for? 8d. What is the cost of a new market stall license? 8e. What is the renewal cost of a market stall license? 9a. How many off license licenses did you issue in 2016/17? 9b. How many off license licenses did you did you renew in 2016/17? 9c. How long does a off license, license last for? 9d. What is the cost of a new off license, license? 9e. What is the renewal cost of a off license, license?
2. 10a. How many HMO licenses did you issue in 2016/17? 10b. How many HMO licenses did you did you renew in 2016/17? 10c. How long does a HMO license last for? 10d. What is the cost of a new HMO license? 10e. What is the renewal cost of a HMO license? 11a. How many selective licenses for private rented houses did you issue in 2016/17? 11b. How many selective licenses for private rented houses did you did you renew in 2016/17? 11c. How long does a selective licenses for private rented houses last for? 11d. What is the cost of a new selective license for private rented houses? 11e. What is the renewal cost of a selective license for private rented houses?
9875
Domiciliary care
22/09/2017
1.(a) In total, how many adults received domiciliary care commissioned by the local authority from external providers in 2016/17? (b) Of this total, how many were aged i) 18 -64 ii) 65+. 2. In the past year (up to 29 July 2017), what percentage of domiciliary care visits commissioned from external providers were delivered in a) 15 minutes or less b) 16 - 30 minutes 3. In total, how many adults who received domiciliary care commissioned by the local authority in the year 2016/17 received any visits lasting 15 minutes or less as part of their care package? 4. In 2016/17 did the local authority commission any 15-minute visits for personal care? Please provide a copy of the local authority's policy (or other relevant documents) on commissioning domiciliary care visits lasting 15 minutes or less. 5. In total, how many hours of domiciliary care were commissioned by the local authority from external providers in the year 2016/17?
9882
Contraceptive services
22/09/2017
On reflection, my wording for requests 7 and 8 (of FOI IG-9668) was not suitably accurate and for this reason your response does not answer what I intended to capture. Could you please therefore answer four further FOI requests: Request 1: Please confirm or deny if your local authority, or a lead provider contracted by your local authority, places any caps on the total volume of activity for the fitting and removal of intra-uterine devices (IUD) and systems (IUS) in your area within (a) community services (not general practice) and (b) GP practices If confirm, please provide the cap on the volume of activity for the fitting and removal of intra-uterine devices (IUD) and systems (IUS) for the financial years (i) 2015/16, (ii) 2016/17 and (iii) 2017/18 Request 2: Please confirm or deny if your local authority, or a lead provider contracted by your local authority, places any caps on the total volume of activity for the fitting and removal of contraceptive implants in your area within (a) community services (not general practice) and (b) GP practices If confirm, please provide the cap on the volume of activity for the fitting and removal of contraceptive implants for the financial years (i) 2015/16, (ii) 2016/17 and (iii) 2017/18 Request 3: Please provide the total volume of activity for the fitting and removal of intra-uterine devices (IUD) and systems (IUS) in your area within (a) community services (not general practice) for the financial years (i) 2015/16 and (ii) 2016/17 and within (b) GP practices for the financial years (i) 2015/16 and (ii) 2016/17 Request 4: Please provide the total volume of activity for the fitting and removal of contraceptive implants in your area within (a) community services (not general practice) for the financial years (i) 2015/16 and (ii) 2016/17 and within (b) GP practices for the financial years (i) 2015/16 and (ii) 2016/17 Clarification: By community care we mean care undertaken outside of secondary care, even if this is provided by a hospital. Therefore, as you pointed out, in Nottingham City¿s case we are interested in the two clinics operated by Nottingham University Hospital (NUH) plus the series of community based clinics. We are only interested in community services which provide contraception, so while Citycare is a community based service if they do not undertake contraceptive services they would be exempt from the scope of the question. In sum, for the purpose of the questions by community services we mean any services that are commissioned to fit and remove IUS and IUD and fit and remove contraceptive implants excluding GP surgeries. Examples of community services can be found below (those in bold are the most likely to offer IUS and IUD and implants): ¿ Contraception clinics (also known as family planning clinics) ¿ Sexual health clinics ¿ Genitourinary medicine (GUM) clinics ¿ Young people's services ¿ Sexually transmitted infection (STI) testing clinics ¿ Pharmacies ¿ Sexual assault referral centres Not all service providers listed above will provide fitting and removal of IUS and IUD and contraceptive implants, but these are the types of services that we refer to when using the umbrella term `community services¿. This list is taken from NHS choices contraception guide (here) and NHS choices sexual health services (here).
9930
Cost Codes
22/09/2017
I wish to receive a list of your organisation's cost codes and a description of what each code stands for. I use the term 'cost codes' to refer to codes used by the council relating to a specific area of spending. If the council uses a different term for such spending areas, I would like to be informed of such difference. I would like this information to be presented as follows: Cost code: xxxx Description: xxxx (what this cost code represents)
9914
Landlord Details
22/09/2017
Please provide me with a list of landlords (names and addresses) for licensed HMO's in 2001 and 2006
9953
Directors of children's and adult services
22/09/2017
1. What is the name of the person currently occupying the statutory director of children¿s services role in your authority? 2. Are they a social worker in England registered with the Health and Care Professions Council? Yes/No 3. If No, are they registered with any other professional bodies? 4. If they are registered with any other professional bodies, which one(s)? 5. What is the name of the person currently occupying the statutory director of adult social services role in your authority? 6. Are they a social worker in England registered with the Health and Care Professions Council? Yes/No 7. If No, are they registered with any other professional bodies? 8. If they are registered with any other professional bodies, which one(s)?
9951
Business Rates
22/09/2017
Under The Freedom Of Information Act 2000, please could I request the charge held on your council¿s system for the year 2010/2011 for the following properties: Billing Authority Reference: 00056361010001 Address: 10, OSIER DRIVE, ANNESLEY, NOTTINGHAM
9867
Speed restriction orders Woodside Road
22/09/2017
I have reviewed your response to my request reference IG-9789. Please treat this letter as a new FOI request. I have been unable to trace any public advertisement of the consultation notice in the period December 12 2012 to January 1 2013, in Nottingham Evening Post. Please state the date in which an advertisement entry was made in the Nottingham Evening Post, or if in a different newspaper, please state the name of the paper and the copy date. Please provide a facsimile if one was retained by NCC on file.
9895
Subcontractors
22/09/2017
I would like you to detail in full a list of the top 50 main subcontractors that you use that provide any forms of facilities management, contract cleaning , contracted maintenance works , plumbing, electrical, roofing, work , gardening, landscaping, pest control, furniture, technology. Also please detail all the main suppliers you use or service providers as well as any major contractors used for any cleaning supplies or technologies such as computers, desks, regeneration or building works you have had or have currently underway. Please also detail the security company you use along with any details of any other companies you have current frame work agreements with or contracts.
9937
Business Rates
21/09/2017
Under the Freedom of information please provide me a list of all commercial properties (Business Rates) that are in receipt of 1. Mandatory Rate Relief 2. Discretionary Rate Relief 3. Or both of the above Please also provide the name of the ratepayer, the property address, the RV, Property Reference number and the property description in excel format please. Alternatively if the council is unable to provide the information requested, can you please provide a list of commercial properties which are not in receipt of Mandatory or Discretionary Rate Relief. Please also provide the name of the ratepayer, the property address, the RV, Property Reference number and the property description.
9901
Commercial properties
21/09/2017
a) List of all Commercial properties and their addresses within your Billing Authority b) The names of the Rate Payers c) Billing Authority Reference d) Rateable value e) The date the rate payer first became liable
9939
Planning Applications
21/09/2017
List of planning applications approved new build for flats, apartments by the city council in the last two years within Mapperley, Sherwood, St Ann's
9860
WAN P2P circuits
20/09/2017
Please may I request contract details of your current WAN P2P circuits? This includes but is not exclusive of: - Current Supplier - Contract length - Termination Date - Costs
9897
Taxi Information
20/09/2017
To whom it may concern. Please can I have as much of the following information: Registration number: Make: Model: Licence to: Licence from: Of all vehicles registered as a hackney carriage or for private hire from 20/02/2017 to 4/09/2017. Please can I have acknowledgment of this email to avoid multiple requests?
9899
Business Rates
20/09/2017
Please provide the ratepayer's name(s) and the rates payable (inclusive of any transitional phasing) for the below periods. Address Postcode Period Start Period End Property Reference 34, LISTER GATE, NOTTINGHAM NG1 7DD 31/03/2018 N00013182034009 6-8, LISTER GATE, NOTTINGHAM NG1 7DD 01/04/2015 31/03/2018 N00013182006009 36, LISTER GATE, NOTTINGHAM NG1 7DD 01/04/2015 31/03/2018 N00013182036004 28, LISTER GATE, NOTTINGHAM NG1 7DD 01/04/2015 31/03/2018 N00013182028008 2-4, LISTER GATE, NOTTINGHAM NG1 7DD 01/04/2015 31/03/2018 N00013182002008 UNIT 8 WILLIAM LEE BUILDING, NOTTINGHAM SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY PARK, UNIVERSITY BOULEVARD, BEESTON, NOTTINGHAM NG7 2RQ 01/04/2015 31/03/2018 N0000932307000B UNIT 5 WILLIAM LEE BUILDING, NOTTINGHAM SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY PARK, UNIVERSITY BOULEVARD, BEESTON, NOTTINGHAM NG7 2RQ 01/04/2015 31/03/2018 N00009323050011 UNIT 6 WILLIAM LEE BUILDING, NOTTINGHAM SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY PARK, UNIVERSITY BOULEVARD, BEESTON, NOTTINGHAM NG7 2RQ 01/04/2015 31/03/2018 N00009323050026 UNIT 7 WILLIAM LEE BUILDING, NOTTINGHAM SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY PARK, UNIVERSITY BOULEVARD, BEESTON, NOTTINGHAM NG7 2RQ 01/04/2015 31/03/2018 N00009323080002
9859
Con29R
20/09/2017
YP1075423 - Plot 6, Dob Park Close Bulwell Lane, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG6 0BS Please could you supply the following Con29 information (as per update 04/07/16) as relates to the above property, pursuant to the Environmental Information Regulations: 3.8. Has a local authority authorised in relation to the property any proceedings for the contravention of any provision contained in building regulations?
9881
Planning Applications - A5
20/09/2017
The following questions relate to planning applications featuring use class A5 (i.e. hot food takeaway), under the Town and Country Planning (Use Classes) Order 1987. Where we refer to ¿applications featuring use category A5¿, this includes applications featuring sole use as category A5, and includes applications featuring a change of use to category A5. But does not include applications featuring a combined use of category A5 alongside another use category (e.g. A3 & A5 combined). Where we refer to ¿the last 5 years¿, this refers to applications submitted from 1st September 2012 until 1st September 2017. 1) Out of the planning applications that you have received in the last 5 years featuring use category A5, how many of these applications have been granted planning permission? 2) Out of the planning applications that you have received in the last 5 years featuring use category A5, how many of these applications have been refused planning permission? 3) Out of these refused applications (detailed in question 2), how many have been appealed by the applicant? 4) Out of these applications appealed by the applicant (detailed in question 3), how many of the appeals have been allowed? 5) Does your council currently have a Local Plan Document or Supplementary Planning Document in place, which details the council¿s approach to fast food takeaway planning applications? 5a. If YES, when did you release this document? (Please detail the month and year) 5b. If NO, do you have plans to release a document of this description? (Please detail the month and year you expect to release this document)
9856
Con29R
19/09/2017
Please could we have Con29R questions 1.1 a-l, 3.4, 3.5 & 3.7 & 3.8 under EIR on the address below: 31 KENTWOOD ROAD, NOTTINGHAM NG2 4FL
9845
Local Asset Management Plans
19/09/2017
Please see attached request.
9855
Adults nursing/care home
19/09/2017
1. 1. a) How many residents between the age of 18 and 64 in your local authority area currently live in an older people's nursing or care home (i.e. a residential facility where the majority of residents are aged 65 or over)? b) What is the average age of residents in each of those facilities in which a resident between the age of 18-64 resides?
2. 2. a) How many residents between 18 and 64 years of age with a neurological condition currently live in an older people's nursing or care home in your local authority area (i.e. a residential facility where the majority of residents are aged 65 and over)? b) If possible, please provide a breakdown of numbers of people against the specific neurological conditions listed below: - Multiple sclerosis - Parkinson's disease - Motor neurone disease - Huntington's disease - Acquired traumatic brain injury
9862
Lone Working
18/09/2017
1. 1. How many members of staff are currently employed? 2. What percentage of your workforce are identified as lone workers? 3. What departments do you currently have identified high volumes of lone workers? 4. Do you have a lone worker solution in place at all? If so, is this based on a departmental or organisational basis and which solution?
2. 5. Do you provide work mobile devices to staff? If so, what operating system is on these ie. Android, iOS or Windows?
9851
Agency social workers and EU staff
18/09/2017
1. Children's social workers: 1. Please state the total expenditure by the council on agency children's social workers in 2016/17 2. For each of the following months (and using the spreadsheet provided), please state the number of EU citizens (excluding UK/Republic of Ireland citizens) who worked for the council as qualified children's social workers - please provide headcount and FTE figures if possible - end of March 2016 - end of June 2016 - end of March 2017 - end of June 2017 (or most recent data available; please state date) 3. For each of the following months (and using the spreadsheet provided), please state the total number of people (including EU citizens, UK/RoI citizens, and non-EU citizens) who worked for the council as qualified children's social workers - please provide headcount and FTE figures if possible - end of March 2016 - end of June 2016 - end of March 2017 - end of June 2017 (or most recent data available; please state date) 4. For each of the following months (and using the spreadsheet provided), please state the total number of qualified children's social worker posts that were vacant - please provide the number of posts and FTE figures if possible - end of March 2016 - end of June 2016 - end of March 2017 - end of June 2017 (or most recent data available; please state date) 5. Please state the number of EU citizens (excluding UK/Republic of Ireland citizens) working as qualified children's social workers who have (a) joined, and (b) left the council since the start of July 2016 - please provide headcount figures if possible
2. Adult social care workers: In this section of the request, 'adult social care workers' includes people working for the council in adult care or personal assistant functions in residential/nursing homes, domiciliary care, day centres, and/or clients' own homes. If the council has a specific adult care department or directorate, it should simply use staffing figures for that department/directorate, excluding purely administrative roles if possible. 6. Please state (using the spreadsheet provided) the total expenditure by the council on agency adult social care workers during each of the following years: - 2012/13 - 2013/14 - 2014/15 - 2015/16 - 2016/17 7. For each of the following months (and using the spreadsheet provided), please state the number of EU citizens (excluding UK/Republic of Ireland citizens) who worked for the council as adult social care workers - please provide headcount and FTE figures if possible - end of March 2016 - end of June 2016 - end of March 2017 - end of June 2017 (or most recent data available; please state date) 8. For each of the following months (and using the spreadsheet provided), please state the total number of people (including EU citizens, UK/RoI citizens, and non-EU citizens) who worked for the council as adult social care workers - please provide headcount and FTE figures if possible - end of March 2016 - end of June 2016 - end of March 2017 - end of June 2017 (or most recent data available; please state date) 9. For each of the following months (and using the spreadsheet provided), please state the total number of adult social care worker posts that were vacant - please provide the number of posts and FTE figures if possible - end of March 2016 - end of June 2016 - end of March 2017 - end of June 2017 (or most recent data available; please state date) 10. Please state the number of EU citizens (excluding UK/Republic of Ireland citizens) working as qualified adult social care workers who have (a) joined, and (b) left the council since the start of July 2016 - please provide headcount figures if possible
9870
Mileage Allowance Payments
18/09/2017
1. I am writing to obtain information concerning Mileage Allowance Payments made by the council to its staff (not members) in the 2015-16 and 2016-17 financial years Please provide: 1. The rate paid per mile for cars above 1200cc for casual users in 2015-16 and 2016-17
2. I am writing to obtain information concerning Mileage Allowance Payments made by the council to its staff (not members) in the 2015-16 and 2016-17 financial years Please provide: 2. The total amount spent on Mileage Allowance Payments to staff in 2015-16 and 2016-17
9827
School Information re Capacity
15/09/2017
I am seeking information on the number of local authority run primary schools and secondary schools that will be operating at over capacity in September 2017 in terms of class sizes. If available I would like information on both a) schools in general and B) entry years e.g. Year 7 and reception. If possible I would also like this same information for the two previous school years. 1. How many primary schools as a whole in your area/authority are expected to be operating a) under capacity? b) full and c) over capacity in September 2017? Please could you provide this information for the start of the school years 2016/2017 and 2015/16? 2.How many at primary schools at the year of entry, e.g. reception, in your area/authority are expected to be a) under capacity? b) full and c) over capacity in September 2017? Please could you provide this information for the start of the school years 2016/2017 and 2015/16? 3.How many secondary schools as a whole in your area/authority are expected to be operating a) under capacity? b) full and c) over capacity in September 2017? Please could you provide this information for the start of the school years 2016/17 and 2015/16? 4.How many secondary schools at the year of entry, e.g. Year 7, in your area/authority are expected to be operating a) under capacity? b) full and c) over capacity in September 2017? Please could you provide this information for the start of the school years 2016/17 and 2015/16?