Disclosure Log – Freedom of Information Requests

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IdSubjectResponse DateQuestionsResponse Files
10312
Customer Contact
19/02/2018
1) Breakdown of volumes of contact (15/16 and 16/17) for the following channels: - Face to face - Telephone - Web 2) For 2016/17, please provide a breakdown of contact by the following type of transaction: - Application : e.g. applying for services or career opportunities; - Payments : e.g. paying for a range of fees, fines or taxes; - Tracking : e.g. monitoring progress service requests and applications; - Booking and reservations : e.g. making appointments with the council, and booking items and events; - Renewals : e.g. renewing items like permits and licences; - Reporting : e.g. notifying the council of problems and issues that need addressing; - Finding information : e.g. locating and requesting information on local services and tourism. 3) For 2016/17, breakdown of telephone enquiries by your services or service areas (e.g. revenues and benefits, parking, housing, planning etc).
10386
Women's Refuges
19/02/2018
1) The level of funding by the authority for the provision of women's refuges within it jurisdiction in the following financial years: 2010/2011 2011/2012 2012/2013 2013/2014 2014/2015 2015/2016 2016/2017 2017/2018 2) The number of women's refuges within the authority's jurisdiction in the following financial years: 2010/2011 2011/2012 2012/2013 2013/2014 2014/2015 2015/2016 2016/2017 2017/2018
10311
Adoption Figures
19/02/2018
1. How many children in total were adopted in your local authority area in financial years: a) 2009-10 b) 2010-11 c) 2011-12 d) 2012-13 e) 2013-14 f) 2014-15 g) 2015-16 h) 2016-17 2. How many children in your local authority were adopted by parent/parents from a different ethnic or religious background to the child in financial years: a) 2009-10 b) 2010-11 c) 2011-12 d) 2012-13 e) 2013-14 f) 2014-15 g) 2015-16 h) 2016-17 3. How many prospective adopters were rejected because they weren¿t an ethnic or religious match with any of the children in the local authority waiting to be adopted? In financial years: a) 2009-10 b) 2010-11 c) 2011-12 d) 2012-13 e) 2013-14 f) 2014-15 g) 2015-16 h) 2016-17
10315
Equal Pay Audit
19/02/2018
Please could you: a. Tell me if your council has completed an Equal Pay Audit. b. Send me a copy of your latest Equal Pay Audit. I would prefer a PDF document as my ideal file format. The organisation `Close the Gap Partnership' defines an Equal Pay Audit as: - A process which looks at pay arrangements within an organisation to find, and address, gender discrimination. It involves comparing the pay of groups of workers who are doing equal work in the organisation and then investigating any gaps between men's and women's pay. Please also see the following definitions under the Equality Act 2010, (Equal Pay Audits) Regulations 2014: http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukdsi/2014/9780111117330/regulation/1 As perfect examples of the document I am looking for, please see these two Equal Pay Audits by Doncaster and Bury Councils: Doncaster: https://t.co/GfqoqU2hTa Bury: http://www.bury.gov.uk/CHttpHandler.ashx?id=16109&p=0
10372
Sleep-in pay for carers
16/02/2018
1. Do you directly provide any care services in which care staff perform sleep-in shifts? 2. If yes, are the care workers paid a lump sum for the sleep-in shifts or are they paid an hourly rate? 3. If they are paid a lump sum, what steps do you take to ensure that their average hourly wage - when all their working time is taken into account - is compliant with the National Living Wage? 4. Do you commission care employers who employ care workers on sleep-in shifts? 5. Please list those providers. 6. Are those providers required by you to pay care workers who work sleep-in shifts at an hourly rate, as opposed to a lump sum? 7. Do you carry out any checks to ensure that those care workers contracted by your council are paid at least the National Living Wage? 8. Have you given any guidance to your care providers who employ workers on sleep-in shifts about ensuring compliance with the National Living Wage?
10368
Free School Meals
16/02/2018
The number of school children eligible for means tested free school meals in Nottingham city out of the the total number of school children in Nottingham city.
10334
Learning Management System and e-learning
16/02/2018
1. Does your local authority use a Learning Management System and e-learning provision for employee training? 2. If no, are there ongoing plans to purchase a Learning Management System and e-learning provision for employee training in the near future? 3. What is the name of the Learning Management System (product name) and which company is it purchased from? 4. Provide brief information of the current e-learning courses that are used in employee training. 5. Provide the development themes of the eLearning courses that are used in employee training (i.e. Compliance, Safeguarding, etc.) 6. Value of the current contract, date of commencement and date of expiry. 7. Who is responsible for ensuring the LMS and e-learning provision meets the local authorities training requirements?
10330
Financial Resilience Review
16/02/2018
1) How many times has the council requested a Financial Resilience Review from the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy (or an equivalent review by a similar organisation such as the Local Government Association or PricewaterhouseCoopers) since 2010/11? 2) For each of the above occasions can you: - Confirm the date on which the review took place - Confirm how much the report cost the council - Provide a copy of the resulting report produced by CIPFA (or other relevant body)
10308
Use of Paper
15/02/2018
1) The total amount of reams of paper used by the authority in the last 12 months 2) The amount of expenditure on printing, photocopying, and consumables for internal purposes. We are not interested in the amount of expenditure for printing of publications for external use. 3) The amount of recycling of paper from your offices. 4) Does the local authority have a target to reduce the use of paper - if so what is the current progress? 5) Does the local authority have a target to reduce their carbon footprint - if so what is the current progress?
10304
Sleep-In Shifts Domiciliary Care
14/02/2018
1. Have rates for sleep-in shifts paid to providers of domiciliary care for young adults under the age of 65 with special needs, or to residential care providers (under 65 or over 65) been amended during the 2017/18 financial year? 2. What rates have been agreed and communicated to providers in this regard? 3. If no amendments have been made, are you currently re-negotiating rates?
10329
Street Lighting
13/02/2018
Under the Freedom of Information Act 2000, I would like to enquire the following information relating to the installation and maintenance of street lights. I would like to request: 1.Has the council installed any energy efficient street lighting in the last five years, such as replacing halogen bulbs with LED street lights? 2. If the council is in the process of installing any energy efficient street lighting, please confirm when the council started to do this and provide an estimate of when the council expects to have switched all street lights to energy efficient street lighting. 3. How much did the council spend on running, installing and maintaining street lighting under the council's jurisdiction in 2015, 2016 and 2017? 4. How much does the council estimate they will spend on running, installing and maintaining street lighting under the council's jurisdiction in 2018? 5. How many complaints were received in relation to new energy efficient street lighting, if any, during 2017? 6. Please estimate how much money the council currently saves following the installation of any energy efficient street lighting on a monthly and annual basis?
10251
Council Spend
13/02/2018
In calendar year 2017 (the 12 month period), how much money in £ sterling did Nottingham City Council, its affiliated companies, subsidiaries and controlled entities spend on: -Printing/Printed costs -Stationary -Telephones / Phone costs -Agency staff -Translation / Translation services / Interpreting costs -Debt interest payments / Servicing
10292
Unoccupied Buildings
12/02/2018
Please provide an itemised list of non-residential buildings owned by the council that were unoccupied for one month or longer between 1 Jan 2016 and 31 December 2017. Please also include the following information: 1. The address of the building 2. The dates during which the building was unoccupied 3. The cost of insuring the building and its contents during the period it was unoccupied. If this is not possible, please provide an annual amount. 4. The cost of providing security for the building during the period it was unoccupied. If this is not possible, please provide an annual amount. 5. Any other maintenance costs during the period it was unoccupied. If this is not possible, please provide an annual amount. 6. The cost of any renovation works undertaken 7. The dates any such renovation work was undertaken If you are unable to answer one of the questions, please continue and answer the subsequent ones
10294
Bull Close Road
12/02/2018
Under the general requirements of the Freedom of Information Act 2000, I would be grateful if you would provide the following information in relation to Bull Close Road: 1. Dates of all safety inspections undertaken on the carriageway in the two years preceding 14/01/2018. 2. Details of all carriageway defects identified during safety inspections in the two years preceding 14/01/2018. 3. Details of how carriageway safety inspections are undertaken, including whether walked or driven, the speed of the inspection vehicle and the number of persons in the vehicle. 4. The intended frequency of carriageway safety inspections. 5. Details of all complaints and/or enquiries relating to the carriageway, received in the two years preceding 14/01/2018. 6. The hierarchy classification. 7. The road/section number. 8. The defect intervention criteria adopted in relation to the identification of all categories of carriageway potholes. 9. The time period(s) adopted between identification and repair (temporary and permanent) of all categories of carriageway defects. 10. Whether or not the authority has formally adopted all or part of the standards contained within the national code of practice for highways maintenance management.
10287
Con29R
12/02/2018
YP1111482 - 39 Northolme Avenue, Nottingham, NG6 9AP 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?
10291
Housing Benefit
09/02/2018
I am writing to request the names of the 25 individual or corporate landlords, excluding housing associations, who have received the largest amounts of housing benefit over the last three financial years (ie. between 1/4/14 and 31/3/17). In each case, please include housing benefit payments made directly to the landlords and, if possible, payments made to tenants which you are able to link to landlords. I would like to draw your attention to an ICO ruling on the use of the Section 40 exemption in this context. It ruled in favour of the disclosure of the names of individual landlords: https://ico.org.uk/media/action-weve-taken/decision-notices/2015/1043296/fs_50547446.pdf
10284
Con29R
09/02/2018
YP1111018 - APARTMENT 23, THE PAVILION 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?
10306
No Cold Calling Zones
09/02/2018
1. How many No Cold Calling Zones (NCCZ's) are there in Nottingham? 2. How many reports of cold calling were made to Trading Standards in the most recent available data period? 3. Of those, how many are doorstep cold callers and how many are cold calling over the telephone? 4. What is your future policy regarding cold calling?
10373
Section 114
09/02/2018
1. Copies of all emails sent or received by the council's leader or chief executive in the last 12 months which contain the keywords 'section 114' or 's114'. Please also include any relevant email attachments.
2. Copies of all emails sent or received by the council's leader or chief executive in the last 12 months which contain the keywords 'section 114' or 's114'. Please also include any relevant email attachments.
10309
Housing and Planning Act 2016
09/02/2018
1. (a) The amount of times the council has engaged section 203 of the Housing and Planning Act 2016 since July 1, 2016 (b) The details of each case including: The reason for engaging section 203 of the Housing and Planning Act 2016 The parties involved i.e. residents, groups, etc. who had made the injunction, developers, construction firms involved in the planning application. (c) The compensation paid out to parties who had their easements and/or other rights overridden as a result of engaging of the act.
10289
Data and cybersecurity incidents
09/02/2018
1. [1] Please may you provide me with the number of data breaches that occurred of your organisation's owned, processed or generated information in the calendar year 2017. [1.2] Please may you provide me with a list of details regarding these breaches (i.e. when they occurred, how they occurred, and what information was lost). [2] If your organisation differentiates between data breaches and data incidents, please may you provide me with the number of data incidents that occurred of its owned, processed or generated information in the calendar year 2017. [2.2] Please may you provide me with a list of details regarding these incidents (i.e. when they occurred, how they occurred, and what information was lost).
2. [3] Please may you provide me with the number of cyber security incidents that occurred within your organisation in the calendar year 2017. [3.2] Please may you provide me with a list of details regarding these incidents (i.e. when they occurred, how they occurred, whether information was exposed, and how the incident was handled, if recorded as a crime by the police and/or whether the National Cyber Security Centre was informed).
10296
Fly-Tipping
09/02/2018
1. As part of this, and if possible, could you please provide me with information about the number of fly-tipping incidents which were reported to your local council in each of the last five years (2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017)? 2. Again if possible, could you also please provide me with information about the number of fly-tipping prosecutions made in your authority in each of the last five years (2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017)?
10310
Shisha cafes
09/02/2018
Q1. Can you please provide the estimated number or range of shisha cafes known A) as of January 2018 and B) as of January 2017. Please reply "unknown" if this information is not held. Q2. A) How many prosecutions have been made for violations of the smoke-free law since its implementation on 1st July 2007? B) How many of these violations were by shisha cafes? Q3. In each calendar year of 2015, 2016, and 2017: A) How many inspections were made to shisha cafes by Trading Standards or Environmental Health Officers? B) Of these inspections, how many shisha cafes required intervention due to lack of compliance with policies (including tobacco, health and safety, and licensing laws)? C) Of these inspections, approximately how many kilograms of illicit shisha tobacco were seized in total? D) Of these inspections, how many led to prosecutions and what was the total amount ordered to pay from the shisha cafe business? Q4. In each calendar year of 2015, 2016, and 2017, how many reports of underage smoking have there been at shisha cafes? Q5. In each calendar year of 2015, 2016, and 2017, how many complaints were made for noise and nuisance against shisha cafes? Q6. Of the known shisha cafes in your local authority area, approximately how many: A. Claim to sell non-tobacco "herbal" shisha? B. Allow shisha smoking at the frontage of the premises?
10285
Con29R
09/02/2018
Please could we have Con29R questions 1.1 a-l, 3.4, 3.5 & 3.7, 3.6 & 3.8 under EIR on the address below: 40 EDMONSTONE CRESCENT, NOTTINGHAM, NG5 5UW
10376
Con29R
08/02/2018
Please could we have Con29R questions 1.1 a-l, 3.4, 3.5 & 3.7, 3.6 & 3.8 under EIR on the address below: 84 BROADGATE, UNIT 9 BEESTON, NOTTINGHAM, NG2 2HF
10278
Con29R
08/02/2018
Please could we have Con29R questions 1.1 a-l, 3.4, 3.5 & 3.7, 3.6 & 3.8 under EIR on the address below: 15 ST PAULS AVENUE, NOTTINGHAM, NG7 5EB
10363
Ash dieback
07/02/2018
1) What assessment has the council made of the potential impact of ash dieback (Chalara) in the authority area and what strategy does it have to cope? 2) How many mature ash trees are close to roads for which the council is responsible or public areas in the council's control where those trees have the potential to impact on public safety if they become infected, whether in the council¿s ownership or privately owned? 3) How many of those trees are on council-owned land, and how many of those are `street trees¿ in residential areas. 4) How many of those trees are on non-council-owned land? 5) What is the estimated cost to the council of felling and/or otherwise dealing with all trees in question 2 and over what timescale is that cost estimated? 6) How much of that cost does the council expect to recover from third parties? 7) How many trees has the council committed to plant specifically to replace trees lost to Chalara?
10288
Invoices
07/02/2018
As a Public Contracting Authority, Nottingham City Council has a **Regulation 113 (7) reporting obligation. Please therefore confirm the relevant details for the financial year 2016/17 by completing the table below: - %age invoices paid within 30 days - Interest (£¿s) paid to suppliers - Interest (£¿s) paid to suppliers - Interest (£¿s),whether or not claimed, liable to be paid to suppliers - *Number of invoices not paid within 30 days *Whilst disclosure of the Number of invoices not paid within 30 days (i.e. paid late) is not required as part of the Regulation 113 (7) reporting requirement this information would be known and recorded when calculating the amount of interest liable to be paid if claimed. **Link to Guidance Notes PPN 05/15 & 03/16 as issued by Crown Commercial Services is included below. If the statutory disclosure has already been made and the information is already published on the Council's website, please provide a link to the relevant web-page. **Procurement policy note 05/15 publication of payment performance statistics: https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/418724/PPN_05-15_Prompt_Payment_Policy_and_Reporting_of_Performance.pdf **Procurement policy note 03/16: publication of payment performance statistics: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/procurement-policy-note-0316-publication-of-payment-performance-statistics
10301
Fleet Information
07/02/2018
1) Please confirm that you run a LCV fleet (up to 3.5 tonnes) 2) The name, email address and phone number of the person(s) responsible for the specifying and procurement of any fleet 3) Approximate renewal date of any fleet
10333
D1 planning applications
07/02/2018
1. May I please request the number of D1 planning applications you received in each of the last five years. I.e. in 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014 and 2013. 2. May I also request the number of successful D1 planning applications you granted during each of the last five years. 3. Lastly would it be possible to know how many of these successful and unsuccessful D1 planning applications were related specifically to children's nurseries and daycare?
10276
Looked After Children
07/02/2018
1. 1. How many LAC between the age of 10 - 16 from other Local Authorities are accommodated in Children's Homes (both private and Local Authority homes) within your area. 2. What is the % of males and females.
2. 3. With regard to above children how often do your Social Workers visit them. 4. What procedures do you have in place for the above children to raise safeguarding issues
10360
Section 46 funerals
06/02/2018
1) Do you publish details of section 46 funerals undertaken by your council on your website? If YES then please provide the link to the relevant page on the council website. 2) Do you respond with information from FOI requests asking for details of funerals undertaken by the council? 3) Do you refer any matters to a genealogy company or do you have a panel of genealogists who you refer matters to? 4) Do you refer all matters to the Bona Vacantia division of the GLD or the Duchy of Lancaster or Cornwall?
10274
Community care provision for working age adults (18-64 years) with mental health difficulties
06/02/2018
For 2014/15, 2015/16 and 2016/17 1. For RESIDENTIAL CARE WITH NURSING, please state, for each of the three previous financial years, the sum of commissioned bed days for people with mental health disorders aged 18-64, split by placement in or outside of your local authority, as well as the total. -total -Placed within your local authority -Placed outside your local authority 2. For RESIDENTIAL CARE WITH NURSING, please state, for each of the three previous financial years, the total annual expenditure in £ that relates to the commissioned bed days (as per Question 1), split by placement in or outside of your local authority, as well as the total. -total £ -Placed within your local authority £ -Placed outside your local authority £ 3. For RESIDENTIAL CARE WITH NURSING, please state, for each of the three previous financial years, the total number of people with mental health disorders aged 18-64 for whom you commissioned bed days as per Question 1, split by placement in or outside of your local authority, as well as the total. -total -Placed within your local authority -Placed outside your local authority 4. For RESIDENTIAL CARE WITHOUT NURSING, please state, for each of the three previous financial years, the sum of commissioned bed days for people with mental health disorders aged 18-64, split by placement in or outside of your local authority, as well as the total. -total -Placed within your local authority -Placed outside your local authority 5. For RESIDENTIAL CARE WITHOUT NURSING, please state, for each of the three previous financial years, the total annual expenditure in £ that relates to the commissioned bed days (as per Question 4), split by placement in or outside of your local authority, as well as the total. -total £ -Placed within your local authority £ -Placed outside your local authority £ 6. For RESIDENTIAL CARE WITHOUT NURSING, please state, for each of the three previous financial years, the total number of people with mental health disorders aged 18-64 for whom you commissioned bed days as per Question 4, split by placement in or outside of your local authority, as well as the total. -total -Placed within your local authority -Placed outside your local authority 7. For SUPPORTED LIVING, please state, for each of the three previous financial years, the sum of commissioned bed days for people with mental health disorders aged 18-64, split by placement in or outside of your local authority, as well as the total, as well as the total. -total -Placed within your local authority -Placed outside your local authority 8. For SUPPORTED LIVING, please state, for each of the three previous financial years, the total annual expenditure in £ that relates to the commissioned bed days (as per Question 7), split by placement in or outside of your local authority, as well as the total. -total £ -Placed within your local authority £ -Placed outside your local authority £ 9. For SUPPORTED LIVING, please state, for each of the three previous financial years, the total number of people with mental health disorders aged 18-64 for whom you commissioned bed days as per Question 7, split by placement in or outside of your local authority, as well as the total. -total -Placed within your local authority -Placed outside your local authority 10. Please state, for each of the three previous financial years, the number of people with mental health disorders aged 18-64 that have been transferred from a residential care placement (both with and without nursing) into a supported living placement 11. Please state, for each of the three previous financial years, the number of people with mental health disorders aged 18-64 that have been transferred from a supported living placement into a residential care placement (both with and without nursing). 12. Please state, for each of the three previous financial years, the average weekly fees in £ for people with mental health disorders aged 18-64 across the three placement types of interest. -Residential care with nursing -Residential care without nursing -Supported living
10272
Housing Benefit Exempt Accommodation
06/02/2018
I would be most grateful if you could provide the following information in respect of providers of exempt accommodation (regardless of whether they are registered as providers of social housing with the HCA) covering the period of the last 3 financial years (i.e. 2015-16, 2016-17, 2017-18): 1. details of the lowest awarded eligible core rent; 2. details of the highest awarded eligible core rent; 3. details of the lowest awarded gross eligible rent (i.e. inclusive of the core rent and the eligible service charges); 4. details of the highest awarded gross eligible rent (i.e. inclusive of the core rent and the eligible service charges); and 5. details of any core rents and gross eligible rents where the claimed amount is higher than the highest awarded amounts AND has been subject to an appeal to the first-tier tribunal social entitlement chamber.
10270
Private Landlords Complaints
06/02/2018
1. How many complaints about private landlords has your local authority received in the following financial years: 2012/13, 2013/14, 2014/15, 2015/16, 2016/17. (Please separate by financial year) 2. Please categorise these complaints as per the Housing Health and Safety Rating System. (If a complaint fell into more than one category, could you please list it under the primary complaint category only). 3. How many successful prosecutions of private landlords did your local authority achieve in the financial years: 2012/13, 2013/14, 2014/15, 2015/16, 2016/17. (Please separate by financial year) 4a. Please state the reason why each of the above prosecutions were initiated (for example, ignoring a particular improvement notice). (Please separate by financial year) 4b. Please state what the penalty was for each successful prosecution (for example a fine of £100). (Please separate by financial year)
10281
Business Rates
05/02/2018
I write to request a full and up to date list of businesses/Ltd companies/charities that have become responsible for business rates. I would like the full business name and address, date they became responsible and the property type if you wouldn't mind. Between the 21/12/17 to 11/01/18. I am requesting this under the freedom of information act and would prefer the info on an excel spreadsheet if possible please
10269
Homeless Hostel Beds
05/02/2018
1. Please tell me how many homeless hostels beds the council has funded in each year from 2007/08 to 2017/18. 2. Please also tell me the total amount of money the council has spent on homeless hostel beds in each year and the name of the providers you have funded (with the amount paid to each provider in each year included).
10286
Tree Risk Management
05/02/2018
1.How many fatalities due to highway tree failures (trees within falling distance of the highway that fell onto the road) have occurred in each of the five years from the beginning of 2013 to the end of 2017? 2.How many injuries due to highway tree failures have occurred in each of the five years from the beginning of 2013 to the end of 2017? 3.Does your highway authority have a formal tree risk management strategy/protocol/guide for inspecting highway trees? If so, could you please provide the document or a link to it? 4.Does your highway authority require its highway inspectors to look for tree hazards as part of their highway inspection responsibilities? If yes: 4.1.Does the highway authority have a published/formal policy to train highway inspectors in tree hazard recognition? 4.2.If the answer to 4.1 is `yes¿, is that training through the LANTRA Basic Tree Inspection course, the LANTRA Professional Tree Inspection course, in-house training, or other out-sourced training? 4.3.Do highway inspectors have specific tree hazard recognition refresher training to keep up to date, and if so, how often? 4.4.If the answer to 4.3 is `yes¿, is that refresher training in-house or outsourced? 4.5.Are the inspections carried out on foot or driven? 4.6.If driven, please describe: 4.6.1.at what speed; 4.6.2.how many operatives are in the vehicle; 4.6.3.whether spotters are expected to check trees and highway defects at the same time; 4.6.4.whether spotters are expected to carry checks on both sides of the road during one traverse of the route, whilst driving in a single direction; and, 4.6.5.is there a formal list of tree conditions that trigger the vehicle to stop to allow the inspector to carry out a closer check? 5.Has your highway authority implemented the advice set out in paragraph 5(4) of the Prevention of Future Deaths Report issued by the Berkshire Coroner on 17th July 2014 following the Michael Warren Inquest (https://www.judiciary.gov.uk/publications/michael-warren/)? 6.Does your highway authority use professional trained arboriculturists, either in-house or out-sourced, to check highway trees? If so: 6.1.In addition to their basic training, does the highway authority have a published/formal policy to provide additional training for arboricultural inspectors through the LANTRA Basic Tree Inspection course, the LANTRA Professional Tree Inspection course, in-house training, or other out-sourced training? 6.2.Do arboricultural inspectors have refresher training to keep up to date, and if so, how often? 6.3.If the answer to 6.2 is `yes¿, is that refresher training in-house or outsourced? 6.4.Are the inspections carried out on foot or driven? 6.5.If driven, please describe: 6.5.1.at what speed; 6.5.2.how many operatives are in the vehicle; 6.5.3.whether spotters are expected to check trees on both sides of the road during one traverse of the route, whilst driving in a single direction; and, 6.5.4.is there a formal list of tree conditions that trigger the vehicle to stop to allow the inspector to carry out a closer check? 7.At what frequency are highway tree inspections carried out by a) highway inspectors, and b) arboricultural inspectors, on A, B, and lower category roads. Please feel free to use the table below if it is of help.
10290
Fleet
05/02/2018
1) Do you have an in House Fleet of Vehicles , ie Cars,Vans,Parks Equipment,HGV Lorries etc 2) Where are these Vehicles Serviced/Repaired , ie do you have your own Vehicle Workshops or is the work sent out to a Private company . 3) Do your Vehicle Workshops use Agency Staff (if you have own Workshop) 4) if you have your own Vehicle Workshops do you have a contact name and number please or email address of the person in charge of the Fleet or Vehicle Workshops 5) if the work is sent out do you have the name of the Company please
10300
Abbey Bridge Cycle Lane
02/02/2018
a) How much did it cost to install the cycle lane in the first place? b) How much is it going to cost to move it to the other side of the road? c) Has parking ever been allowed on Abbey Bridge? d) Why has there been no advance warning signs erected of impending works?
10156
Taxi Licenses
02/02/2018
Since 1st August 2015: 1. The number of new and renewed taxi (Hackney Carriage) driver licenses you have granted. 2. The number of new and renewed Private Hire Vehicle (PHV) driver licenses you have granted. 3. The number of taxi licences granted to drivers with criminal convictions. 4. The number of PHV licenses granted to drivers with criminal convictions. In the cases of those convicted with regard to Question 3 and Question 4: i. The nature and date of conviction. ii. Whether said driver¿s conviction was known at the time of the licence being approved. iii. In each case, the current licence status of the driver. 5. The criteria/policy that is applied when deciding on an application from a driver with a current/spent conviction.
10338
PCNs
01/02/2018
Please can you let me know the following information: - How many parking fines were issued on April 14 2017? - What was the total value of parking fines issued on April 14 2017? - How many parking fines were issued on April 17 2017? - What was the total value of parking fines issued on April 17 2017? - How many parking fines were issued on March 25 2016? - What was the total value of parking fines issued on March 25 2016? - How many parking fines were issued on March 28 2016? - What was the total value of parking fines issued on March 28 2016? - How many parking fines were issued on April 3 2015? - What was the total value of parking fines issued on April 3 2015? - How many parking fines were issued on April 6 2015? - What was the total value of parking fines issued on April 6 2015? - How many parking fines were issued on April 18 2014? - What was the total value of parking fines issued on April 18 2014? - How many parking fines were issued on April 21 2014? - What was the total value of parking fines issued on April 21 2014? - How many parking fines were issued on March 29 2013? - What was the total value of parking fines issued on March 29 2013? - How many parking fines were issued on April 1 2013? - What was the total value of parking fines issued on April 1 2013? To clear up any issues with the term parking fines I am interested in PCNs for both on and off street parking.
10258
Staff Recruitment
01/02/2018
1. Please can you state the total number of Permanent Placements made between Feb 2016 - Feb 2017. 2. Also could you please state the name of each agency that has placed a candidate with your Local Authority along with the number of placements they made between the dates above. 3. Can you also state the number of vacancies that were filled by Nottingham City's recruitment team using their own recruitment methods. This is a request looking into the usage of agency staff in the social services at Shropshire For the following, please can you differentiate between the Adults and Children's services. 4. How many social workers are employed as locum? What percentage of the social services are locum staffs in children's services? 4a. How many social workers are employed as locum? What percentage of the social services are locum staffs in adult's services? 4b. How much does locum staff in social services cost the authority each year? 4c. How much is spent hiring permanent staff through agencies? 4d. How many social workers have been hired as permanent staff in the past year? For this please could you differentiate between the ASYE staff and experienced hires. Also, how many of these hires have been through agencies?
10267
Temporary Staff Spend
01/02/2018
Please detail how much money the council spent on agency staff during the following periods: For the tax years April 2011 ¿ April 2012 April 2012 ¿ April 2013 April 2013 ¿ April 2014 April 2014 ¿ April 2015 April 2015 ¿ April 2016 April 2016 ¿ April 2017 April 2017 ¿ to date
10305
Home Care Hourly Rates
31/01/2018
I wish to know how the amounts the council are currently paying per hour to home care providers including the break down according to bands for both elderly and disability care. I also wish to know if you give any payment (and what it is) to support providers paying their staff travel time.
10249
PCNs
31/01/2018
1. Under the Freedom of Information Act 2000, I am requesting the following information related to Penalty Charge Notices for parking offences issued in December 2017, which were either issued by you, or an agent appointed on your behalf. I would be grateful if you would provide the following: 1. The number of Penalty Charge Notices issued by the council (or agent) for on-street parking offences during December 2017 2. The number of Penalty Charge Notices issued by the council (or agent) for off-street (car park) parking offences during December 2017 3. The revenue from the Penalty Charge Notices received by the council during December 4a. The on-street location (street name) where the highest number of Penalty Charge Notices (PCN) were issued by the council during December, and the number of PCNs issued that month at that location. 4b. The off-street location (car park name) where the highest number of Penalty Charge Notices (PCN) were issued by the council during December, and the number of PCNs issued that month at that location. 5. The number of off-street (car park) spaces the council (or agent) is responsible for enforcing.
2. 1. The number of Penalty Charge Notices issued by the council (or agent) for on-street parking offences during December 2017 2. The number of Penalty Charge Notices issued by the council (or agent) for off-street (car park) parking offences during December 2017 4a. The on-street location (street name) where the highest number of Penalty Charge Notices (PCN) were issued by the council during December, and the number of PCNs issued that month at that location. 4b. The off-street location (car park name) where the highest number of Penalty Charge Notices (PCN) were issued by the council during December, and the number of PCNs issued that month at that location. 5. The number of off-street (car park) spaces the council (or agent) is responsible for enforcing.
3. 5. The number of off-street (car park) spaces the council (or agent) is responsible for enforcing.
10268
Body worn cameras
31/01/2018
1. Does anyone (staff or contractors) in your organisation use/wear body cameras or body worn video recording devices while performing their duties? If yes, please detail: 2. Who provides the body cameras and footage/evidence management used by your organisation? 3. How many staff members use body cameras and what capacities/teams do they work in? 4. Are they staff or contractors (for e.g. outsourced security personnel) 5. How many body cameras in all are currently owned and/or used by your organisation? 6. Were the cameras bought as a one off purchase and if so, how much did they cost your organisation? 7. If they are part of an ongoing contract - what is the current contract term (how long is it and when does it expire) and what is the value of said contract? 8. Where is the data recorded stored ¿ on premises locally or on cloud? 9. Who is the point of contact for your body camera programme?
10250
Council Redundancies
31/01/2018
Please detail how many council employees were made redundant (to include both compulsory and voluntary redundancies) during the following periods: By tax year April 2011 - April 2012 April 2012 - April 2013 April 2013 - April 2014 April 2014 - April 2015 April 2015 - April 2016 April 2016 - April 2017 April 2017 - to date Also, please detail how much the council spent on redundancy pay (i.e. gross payments made to those made redundant) during the periods: By tax year April 2011 - April 2012 April 2012 - April 2013 April 2013 - April 2014 April 2014 - April 2015 April 2015 - April 2016 April 2016 - April 2017 April 2017 - to date
10273
Youth Homelessness
31/01/2018
Under the Freedom of Information Act, I would like to know information regarding homeless young people (16-24). I would like to know the number of young people who have: A - approached the council for help with issues surrounding homelessness B - been formally assessed for homelessness by the council C - have been accepted as being officially homeless by the council. I would like figures from the last five years please.
10256
Blue Badge
30/01/2018
My freedom of information request concerns the number of blue badge approvals each year since 2010? I am willing to take the past five years if that is easier. See questions below: 1. How many residents have a blue badge in your local authority? 2. How many new disabled blue badge applications have you received and approved each year since 2010-2017? 3. How many new disabled blue badge applications have you received and rejected each year since 2010-2017? 4. How many disabled blue badge application renewals have you received and approved each year since 2010-2017? 5. How many disabled blue badge application renewals have you received and rejected each year since 2010-2017? 6. What were the main reasons for rejections in each year?
10261
Section 184 Agreements & Section 80 Notice
30/01/2018
1. Please could you advise whether Section 184 Agreements have been entered into for the land to the North of Cliff Road, shown in this plan. http://maps.nottinghamcity.gov.uk/insightmapping/?l=0.21&xmin=457474&xmax=457664&ymin=339520&ymax=339622 To assist I have attached the two relevant planning applications: 92/00802/LLIS1 - Galleries Of Justice, Shire Hall, High Pavement, Nottingham NG1 1HN 92/00803/PFUL3 - Galleries Of Justice, Shire Hall, High Pavement, Nottingham NG1 1HN
2. 16/00090/PFUL3 | New highway linking Cliff Road and Canal Street. | Site Of Popham Court Popham Street Nottingham. Please could you let me have a copy of the Section 80 Notice (Demolition notice, Building Act 1984) for this site together with the date it was issued.
10314
Eviction rates and geographical displacement
30/01/2018
1. Please provide an annual breakdown since April 2010 of the total number of unique council tenancies - including the total number of people recorded as living in them - that have been evicted due to the non-payment of rent arrears. 2. For each year of this annual breakdown since April 2013, please disclose how many of these evicted households - including the total number of people recorded as living in them - had at some point been affected by: a. Under-occupancy b. Under-occupancy and the Benefit Cap c. Under-occupancy and the Benefit Cap and Universal Credit roll-out 3. How many of the evicted households affected by a, b, or c - including the total number of people recorded as living in them - went on to make a successful homelessness application to the local authority? 4. Of these successful homeless applications, please disclose how many households - including the total number of people recorded as living in them - were placed in temporary accommodation in a different local authority area and disclose the destination local authority area in each case.
10266
Temporary Accommodation
30/01/2018
1. For applicant households accommodated by your authority in bed and breakfast hotels (e.g. privately managed, meal(s) provided, shared facilities) or other nightly paid, privately managed accommodation with shared facilities, as of December 31, 2017 -the total number of households in such accommodation -the total number of households in such accommodation for more than 6 weeks but less than 13 weeks -the total number of households in such accommodation for more than 13 weeks but less than 26 weeks -the total number of households in such accommodation for more than 26 weeks but less than 52 weeks -the total number in such accommodation for more than 52 weeks 2. For applicant households accommodated by your authority in bed and breakfast hotels (e.g. privately managed, meal(s) provided, shared facilities) or other nightly paid, privately managed accommodation with shared facilities, as of December 31, 2017 -the total number of households with dependent children and / or pregnant woman with no other dependants in such accommodation -the total number of households with dependent children and / or pregnant woman with no other dependants in such accommodation for more than 6 weeks but less than 13 weeks -the total number in such accommodation with dependent children and / or pregnant woman with no other dependants for more than 13 weeks but less than 26 weeks -the total number in such accommodation with dependent children and / or pregnant woman with no other dependants for more than 26 weeks but less than 52 weeks -the total number in such accommodation with dependent children and / or pregnant woman with no other dependants for more than 52 weeks 3. For applicant households accommodated by your authority in bed and breakfast hotels (e.g. privately managed, meal(s) provided, shared facilities) or other nightly paid, privately managed accommodation with shared facilities, as of December 31, 2017 -the total number of children in such accommodation -the total number of children in such accommodation for more than 6 weeks but less than 13 weeks -the total number of children in such accommodation for more than 13 weeks but less than 26 weeks -the total number of children in such accommodation for more than 26 weeks but less than 52 weeks -the total number of children in such accommodation for more than 52 weeks Please provide the data as a spreadsheet or CSV.
10072
Safety audit Melbury Primary School
29/01/2018
I would like a copy of the recently completed fire safety audit carried out at Melbury Primary School ref the following: http://committee.nottinghamcity.gov.uk/documents/s64062/DD2988.pdf
10275
Planning maps
29/01/2018
I write to you under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 to request the following information from your planning department: Do you hold the following either in electronic form or in hard draft? Mapping for your area showing areas bomb during World War 2. Mapping showing areas of concern for unexploded ordnance. CIRIA C681, Unexploded ordnance (UXO) A guide for the construction industry. Please provide the information in simple yes/no and feel free to add any information you may deem relevant.
10245
Properties & businesses owned by the council
29/01/2018
Please can you provide me with a list of properties/businesses owned or part owned by Nottingham City Council outside the Nottingham City Council administrative area (area defined below). https://www.nottinghamcity.gov.uk/about-the-council/councillors-and-leadership/council-wards-and-ward-maps/ Please also provide the amounts paid for each property/business, the location (address including postcode) and the dates on which each property/business was acquired.
10263
HMO & Supported Accommodation
29/01/2018
1. Request 1: 1. How many hmo applications where there in 2017 and 2. How many of these applications took over 7 months to give a final decison regarding the hmo application.
2. Request 3: 1. How many disciplinary or complaints have been made against the HMO licensing and safer housing team officers in 2017. 2. Which officers were complaints and disciplinary's made about and outcomes of the complaints and disciplinarys'.
10264
Food Inspection Reports
29/01/2018
I have been interested in the following food places food inspection report: Debsh 153 Wollaton St, Nottingham, NG1 5GE Robin Hood Fish Bar 451 Beckhampton Road, Nottingham, NG5 5PT
10246
Castle Boulevard cycle lane
26/01/2018
1. Part 1: Nitrogen dioxide levels on Castle Boulevard before the introduction of the dedicated cycle lane and Nitrogen dioxide levels since the introduction of the dedicated cycle lane. I would like both results from peak rush hour traffic at 08:00 and 17:00 on a weekday (excluding bank holidays).
2. Part 2: how much did the introduction of the dedicated cycle lane on Castle Boulevard cost? Part 3: before the introduction of the dedicated cycle lane on castle boulevard what was the amount of cyclists using castle boulevard on a weekday? Part 4: since the introduction of the dedicated cycle lane on castle boulevard what is the amount of cyclists using castle boulevard on a weekday?
10326
Homeowners that are behind on their mortgage payments
26/01/2018
I am looking to for data on homeowners that are behind on their mortgage payments. They may have had a court hearing and have fallen into arrears. We buy houses quickly so we want to offer the vendors a solution to this and offer our service. I know the court hearings are public data and it can be requested, so could you please supply us with this data?
10244
Complaints about bus services
26/01/2018
I would like copies of all complaints made to the council regarding bus services since 1st December 2016. Please also supply all related correspondence and responses where available.
10277
DIPPS
26/01/2018
1. 1. How many officers are trained on DIPPS 2. Over the last 12 month period of the trained officers please indicate the number of DIPPS tickets issued by each officer to both Private hire (PH) and Hackney drivers (HC) - please list as PH and HC drivers 3. Over last 12 months, the number of non-trained officers handing out DIPSS to both PH & HC drivers
2. 1. How many DIPPS have been issued in last 12 months to both hackney and private hire - separate numbers required. 2. Of those DIPPS issued how many have appealed their DIPPS notices for hackney and private hire. Separate numbers required 3. Of those that have appealed the DIPPS how many have been overturned for hackney and private hire. Separate numbers required
10240
Con29R
25/01/2018
YP1108451 - 46 LANGDOWN CLOSE, NOTTINGHAM, NOTTINGHAMSHIRE, NG6 8JE Please could you supply the following Con29 information as relates to the above property/ies, pursuant to the Environmental Information Regulations: Con29 3.8. Has a local authority authorised in relation to the property any proceedings for the contravention of any provision contained in building regulations?
10247
Bus Lane Enforcement
25/01/2018
1. 1. How many miles of bus lanes operate within your authority as of 1st January 2018? 2. How many miles of bus lanes were in operation on 1st January 2015, 1st January 2016 and 1st January 2017? (please give data for each year separately) 3. How many bus lane enforcement cameras are currently in operation in your authority as of 1st January 2018? 4. How many bus lane enforcement cameras were in operation on 1st January 2015, 1st January 2016 and 1st January 2017? (please give data for each year separately)
2. 5. How many Penalty Charge Notices (PCNs) were issued by enforcement cameras in 2015, 2016 and 2017 for drivers using bus lanes illegally? (please give data for each year separately)
10307
Empty Property Business Rates
25/01/2018
A) The address and rateable value of all vacant commercial premises with a current rateable value over £6,000 within Nottingham City Council rating authority. B) The names and addresses of the organisation or companies who are currently liable for payment of empty property rates on the premises referred to in (A)
10297
Pest Control
25/01/2018
1. The number of pest control call outs from the last 10 years 2. As well as data specific for cockroaches and what cockroach species are found at these call outs
10298
Business Rates
25/01/2018
This Freedom of Information Request relates to non domestic rated properties located within your authority. Please see attached a blank Excel spreadsheet detailing the specific information requested in respect of OCCUPIED business properties as follows; Account Name Account Start Date Post Address 1 Post Address 2 Post Address 3 Post Address 4 Post Address 5 PostCode Property Reference Property Description Prop Address 1 Prop Address 2 Prop Address 3 Prop Address 4 Prop Address 5 Prop PostCode Exemption Description If Applicable Relief Description If Applicable SBRR Applied Yes/No Rateable Value If the information requested is available via a website or link please provide a link internet url/address instead.
10280
Business Rates
25/01/2018
In terms of the Freedom of Information Act of 2000, and subject to section 40(2) on personal data, could you please provide me with a complete and up-to-date list of all business (non-residential) property rates data for your local authority, and including the following fields: - Billing Authority Reference Code (linking the property to the VOA database reference) - Firm's Trading Name (i.e. property occupant) - Full Property Address (Number, Street, Postal Code, Town) - Occupied / Vacant - Date of Occupation / Vacancy - Actual annual rates charged (in Pounds) I am aware that you already publish data https://www.nottinghamcity.gov.uk/business-information-and-support/business-rates/business-rates-exemptions-and-reliefs/ which mostly answers this request, however the billing authority reference number, which I use to match your data to the VOA master list, has data quality issues. It appears that the significant digits have been lost. Please could you update this and provide an updated version of your data.
10255
Homeless people sent to foreign countries for reconnection
24/01/2018
Please provide me with details relating to the number of homeless people sent to foreign countries for reconnection. By this, I refer to those cases where a homeless person - who may be foreign or have a support system in a foreign country - has a ticket paid for to go to that place. Specifically, please provide me with the destination of where these homeless people are sent. Please also tell me how much the tickets cost. Please specify whether they travelled by plane, train or bus. Please break down the instances by year. In particular, I would like informations specific to 2017. If there is time, please also provide information for 2016.
10241
Domestic violence refuges
24/01/2018
Please can you provide me with details of: 1. the amount of money the local authority gave to domestic violence refuges in each financial year since 2010/11; 2. the total number of domestic violence refuges or any other form of accommodation-based support located within the local authority, as at the end of each financial year since 2010/11; 3. the total number of domestic violence refuges located within the local authority that have been closed since 2010/11; and 4. whether the local authority bid for funding from the VAWG Service Transformation Fund and, if it did, when the bid was successful and confirmation of whether the Government released the funds yet. In relation to the requests above, domestic violence refuges includes any other accommodation-based support for victims of domestic violence. The total amount of money should include any funding provided by the local authority to domestic violence refuges, where such places are commissioned through multi-agency working.
10238
Temporary Accommodation
23/01/2018
Temporary Accommodation - Nightly Rates 1. How many properties do you currently have on Temporary Accommodation? 2. Please can you advise us on the maximum that is paid per night for a Studio, 1 Bed, 2 Bed, 3 Bed & 4 Bed? 3. Who are your largest 5 suppliers and how much do you pay them on average every month? 4. If we were to supply accommodation on this basis, please can you give us contact names and telephone numbers of the procurement team?
10279
Children's Social Workers
23/01/2018
1. How many Children's Social Workers do the Authority employee? 2. What is the % of male and females social workers are there?
10233
Subject Access Requests
23/01/2018
1. Could you please provide the following information regarding Subject Access Requests (SAR) received by your Council. 1. The total number of Subject Access Requests received in 2016 and 2017; 2. How many of these were 'Proof of Life' requests from Police and other agencies? 3. Who deals with the information gathering for SARs? Is it gathered from many contacts within the relevant teams, or by one person with responsibility for SAR responses? 4. Please provide a breakdown of the number of SAR's received into the category of information requested by the SAR. For example (Please note that this list is not definitive) (See request for categories) 5. The average time taken to obtain the information requested.
2. 4. Please provide a breakdown of the number of SAR's received into the category of information requested by the SAR. For example (Please note that this list is not definitive) (See request for categories)
10303
Inspection Records
23/01/2018
We should be grateful if you could provide a copy of your inspection records for Salterford Road and Elm Avenue Corner Hucknall, Nottingham NG15 6DB from 03 June 2016 until 04 June 2017.
10232
Con29R
23/01/2018
YP1108010 - 55 Parkside, Nottingham, NG8 2NQ 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?
10259
Licences - Sex Establishments
23/01/2018
1) As of the 1st January, in each of the subsequently named years, how many sex establishments had an active licence within your local authority area? For clarity I seek information on licenced sex establishments as defined by Schedule 3 of the Local Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1982, and amended by the Policing and Crime Act 2009. Please provide data for each of the individual calendar years 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018. 2) In each of the individual calendar years 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017, how many applications did your authority receive for new licenced sex establishments, as defined by Schedule 3 of the Local Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1982, and amended by the Policing and Crime Act 2009? Please note I seek information regarding applications for new licences and not the number of sex establishment licences where an application for renewal was made. 3) As of the 1st January 2018, has your authority adopted Section 27 of the Policing and Crime Act 2009 which relates to the regulation of ¿sex establishments¿ under Schedule 3 of the Local Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1982? 4) In relation to your local authority¿s licensing policy, has the authority set a limit for the number of sexual establishment licences that are permitted to be issued within your local authority area? If yes, as of the 1st January 2018 what was the total number of sexual entertainment licences that were allowed to be issued?
10231
Con29R
23/01/2018
YP1107735 - 12 Jasmine Road, Old Basford, NG5 1JN YP1107944 - 24 NORTHOLME AVENUE, NOTTINGHAM, NOTTINGHAMSHIRE, NG6 9AP 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?
10230
Salary/Wage Breakdown Information
23/01/2018
1. Part 1 Could you please provide the following information. Below is a table, provided in a previous FOI request, of SLMG salaries by Year. 1) How many SLMG staff were in post, by grade, for each of the following years? 2) What was the percentile pay rise per year for each of the years in each of the tables below? 3) What was the total percentile pay increase, by grade, from 2011/2012 to 2016/2017? 4) Could you please provide the title of any newly created post since 2011/2012 by year and into which grade they were placed? SLMG Wage Bill Sum of Salary Grade Financial Year Total SLMG3 2011/12 1,642,539.00 2012/13 1,454,636.86 2013/14 1,567,399.86 2014/15 2,015,764.60 2015/16 2,010,479.60 2016/17 2,010,479.60 SLMG3 Total 10,701,299.52 SLMG5 2011/12 836,074.28 2012/13 443,484.28 2013/14 388,111.00 2014/15 430,251.29 2015/16 248,208.00 2016/17 248,208.00 SLMG5 Total 2,594,336.86 SLMG4 2011/12 1,345,007.50 2012/13 1,550,446.50 2013/14 1,181,807.00 2014/15 668,612.00 2015/16 815,235.00 2016/17 815,235.00 SLMG4 Total 6,376,343.00 SLMG1 2011/12 1,070,708.00 2012/13 1,071,208.00 2013/14 1,442,245.55 2014/15 692,122.00 2015/16 849,325.00 2016/17 849,325.00 SLMG1 Total 5,974,933.55 SLMG2 2012/13 66,765.00 2013/14 66,765.00 2014/15 283,750.00 2015/16 499,400.00 2016/17 499,400.00 SLMG2 Total 1,416,080.00 SLMG6 2013/14 43,396.00 2014/15 47,957.00 2015/16 48,532.00 2016/17 48,532.00 SLMG6 Total 188,417.00 Grand Total 27,251,409.93 Part 2 1) How many Directors were in post for each of the following years? 2) What was the percentile pay rise per year for each of the years in the table below? 3) What was the percentile pay increase from 2011/2012 to 2016/2017? 4) Could you please provide the title of any new Director post since 2011/2012 by year? 2011/12 402,153.00 2012/13 522,153.00 2013/14 542,153.00 2014/15 397,500.00 2015/16 484,891.20 2016/17 484,891.20 Part 3 Could you please give a complete breakdown as to the exact nature of the information given in a previous request. I would like a breakdown for each year of the costs incurred in other salaries for example agency costs, consultancy fees, casuals, temporary assignments, interims etc. Plus the effects of pay rises and freezes on these figures. 2011/12 7,523,230.52 2012/13 6,925,743.93 2013/14 9,460,539.58 2014/15 13,527,967.39 2015/16 12,833,539.61 2016/17 12,867,207.35
2. Part 1 Could you please provide the following information. Below is a table, provided in a previous FOI request, of SLMG salaries by Year. 1) How many SLMG staff were in post, by grade, for each of the following years? HR 2) What was the percentile pay rise per year for each of the years in each of the tables below? 3) What was the total percentile pay increase, by grade, from 2011/2012 to 2016/2017? 4) Could you please provide the title of any newly created post since 2011/2012 by year and into which grade they were placed? HR SLMG Wage Bill Sum of Salary Grade Financial Year Total SLMG3 2011/12 1,642,539.00 2012/13 1,454,636.86 2013/14 1,567,399.86 2014/15 2,015,764.60 2015/16 2,010,479.60 2016/17 2,010,479.60 SLMG3 Total 10,701,299.52 SLMG5 2011/12 836,074.28 2012/13 443,484.28 2013/14 388,111.00 2014/15 430,251.29 2015/16 248,208.00 2016/17 248,208.00 SLMG5 Total 2,594,336.86 SLMG4 2011/12 1,345,007.50 2012/13 1,550,446.50 2013/14 1,181,807.00 2014/15 668,612.00 2015/16 815,235.00 2016/17 815,235.00 SLMG4 Total 6,376,343.00 SLMG1 2011/12 1,070,708.00 2012/13 1,071,208.00 2013/14 1,442,245.55 2014/15 692,122.00 2015/16 849,325.00 2016/17 849,325.00 SLMG1 Total 5,974,933.55 SLMG2 2012/13 66,765.00 2013/14 66,765.00 2014/15 283,750.00 2015/16 499,400.00 2016/17 499,400.00 SLMG2 Total 1,416,080.00 SLMG6 2013/14 43,396.00 2014/15 47,957.00 2015/16 48,532.00 2016/17 48,532.00 SLMG6 Total 188,417.00 Grand Total 27,251,409.93 Part 2 1) How many Directors were in post for each of the following years? HR 2) What was the percentile pay rise per year for each of the years in the table below? 3) What was the percentile pay increase from 2011/2012 to 2016/2017? 4) Could you please provide the title of any new Director post since 2011/2012 by year? HR 2011/12 402,153.00 2012/13 522,153.00 2013/14 542,153.00 2014/15 397,500.00 2015/16 484,891.20 2016/17 484,891.20 Part 3 Could you please give a complete breakdown as to the exact nature of the information given in a previous request. I would like a breakdown for each year of the costs incurred in other salaries for example agency costs, consultancy fees, casuals, temporary assignments, interims etc. Plus the effects of pay rises and freezes on these figures. 2011/12 7,523,230.52 2012/13 6,925,743.93 2013/14 9,460,539.58 2014/15 13,527,967.39 2015/16 12,833,539.61 2016/17 12,867,207.35
3. Part 4 Could you please provide me with the total number of staff TUPE transferred out of Nottingham City Council, by gender, for the following years. 2011/2012 2012/2013 2013/2014 2014/2015 2015/2016 2016/2017: Could you please provide me with the total number of staff TUPE transferred out of Nottingham City Council, by grade, for the following years. 2011/2012 2012/2013 2013/2014 2014/2015 2015/2016 2016/2017:
10299
List of landlords
19/01/2018
Please provide me with a list of landlords (names and addresses) for licensed HMO's. I am aware that this is covered by the freedom of information act and that data protection does not apply.
10271
Electric Vehicle Charging Points
19/01/2018
1. How many local authority electric charging points are currently installed? 2. How many do you plan to install in the next 3 years? 3. How much has currently been budgeted for electric vehicle infrastructure? 4. Are you receiving funding/grant for electric vehicle infrastructure from central government? 5. Any further information on electric vehicle infrastructure in your local authority?
10295
Robin Hood Energy
19/01/2018
For Robin Hood Energy's latest set of accounts for the year ended 31 March 2017 (the trading period), can you please set out the amount in £ sterling of: Bad debts, and Bad debts which were written off. The full accounts for year ended 31 March 2016 listed a specific amount of bad debts which were written off.
10243
Disabled Children & Car Seats
19/01/2018
1) There is a legal requirement for all children to use car seats until the age of 12 years old or 135cm tall (whichever comes first). a. With the exclusion of provision made to school transport, does the local authority provide specialist car seats to children with disabilities? b. Again, excluding provision made to school transport, in the financial year 2016/17 how many specialist car seats were provided by the local authority to children with disabilities? 2. The Children Act 1989 requires local authorities to keep a register of disabled children in their area. a. Does the local authority have an active register? b. How many disabled children are on that register?
10223
Con29R
18/01/2018
YP1107375 - 1 Hendre Gardens, Top Valley, NG5 9HE 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?
10236
Complaints against a property
18/01/2018
Re (Address Redacted) Request for information held by Nottingham City Council, under the Freedom of Information Act or Environmental Information Regulations Act A record/list with dates and the nature of all complaints made/registered against this property and action taken within the last 10 years.
10218
National Health Service Act
17/01/2018
I am writing to you under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 to request information relating to agreements made pursuant to s75 of the National Health Services Act 2006. Please respond by answering the specific questions in the attached template. Answers to the questions should be provided in the template.
10219
Compulsory Purchase Orders
17/01/2018
Could you please inform me of the addresses of properties taken over by the Local Authority under Compulsory Purchase Orders since 2003.
10221
HMO Hotels
17/01/2018
1. How many hotels in Nottingham have HMO licences. 2. How many hotels in Nottingham have had warrants issued by the HMO and the safer housing team, to investigate a offence under the housing act 2004
10220
Debt Collection
17/01/2018
1. 1. How much has the council recovered in unpaid Council Tax for the financial year 2016 - 2017 ? 3. Which bailiff companies were used to recover monies for the council? 4. Which debt collection companies were used to recover monies owed to the council? 5. How much did the council spend on bailiff services during 2016-17?
2. 2. How much has the council recovered in any other outstanding payments such as rent arrears or fines? 3. Which bailiff companies were used to recover monies for the council? 4. Which debt collection companies were used to recover monies owed to the council? 5. How much did the council spend on bailiff services during 2016-17?
3. 2. How much has the council recovered in any other outstanding payments such as rent arrears or fines? 3. Which bailiff companies were used to recover monies for the council? 4. Which debt collection companies were used to recover monies owed to the council? 5. How much did the council spend on bailiff services during 2016-17?
4. 5. How much did the council spend on bailiff services during 2016-17?
10237
Dustbin Complaint
17/01/2018
1. I now request that I submit A FOI in respect of the full cost of the dustbin and all associated staff and labour costs since the inception of this complaint.
2. and all associated staff and labour costs since the inception of this complaint.
10242
Foreign visits by the Community Protection Department
17/01/2018
Please can you provide me the total cost of all foreign visits undertaken by the Community Protection Department in the last 5 years, including all flights, accommodation, other travel, food, miscellaneous expenses and any other costs, including a breakdown of these costs, and the names of the people travelling. I would also like information relating to any upcoming planned trips again with anticipated costs as above and the names of people proposed to travel. I'd like to see as well any output created by the trips in the form of reports, recommendations etc.
10293
Test Purchase Exercises
17/01/2018
Please may I request a list of all test purchases exercises undertaken by Nottingham city council including dates and results of test for The Highbury Vale convenience store, 266-268 Highbury Road, Bulwell, Nottingham, NG6 9FE - Premises licence no.036352. The tests should include any for tobacco or alcohol or any other age restricted product.
10227
PUBLIC SCULPTURE TRAIL 2018
17/01/2018
2589 / Nottingham City Council Delegate Decision (PUBLIC SCULPTURE TRAIL 2018) For the Freedom of Information Request I would like to know the budget committed by NCC and a copy of the identified `exempt appendix¿ identified in attached image (reference above).
10216
Taxi drivers with criminal conviction
16/01/2018
Please provide a list: a.) the number of drivers currently holding a taxi/PH licence b.) the number of drivers who hold a licence who hold a criminal conviction. Please detail the offence, and the date of the offence. Please detail whether the licence was awarded at original application, or on appeal. c.) please provide the number of drivers who were refused licences due to criminal convictions in 2017. please detail the type of offence, and whether this was a new application or a renewal.
10248
Report approved by Cllr Collins
16/01/2018
The report signed by Cllr Collins approving the following: NOTTINGHAM CITY COUNCIL (COLLIN STREET AREA, NOTTINGHAM) (MODIFICATIONS - BROADMARSH IMPROVEMENTS) (PARKING PROHIBITIONS AND RESTRICTIONS, LOADING BAYS AND TAXI BAY) TRAFFIC REGULATION ORDER 2016 ((M) TMP 7141) NOTTINGHAM CITY COUNCIL (COLLIN STREET AREA, NOTTINGHAM) (MODIFICATIONS - BROADMARSH IMPROVEMENTS) (PROHIBITIONS OF DRIVING (BUS LANE), ONE WAY STREETS AND BANNED TURNS) TRAFFIC REGULATION ORDER 2016 ((M) TMP
10254
Adult Social Care Services
16/01/2018
1. Lunch clubs 1. Does the Adult Social Care (ASC) department fund this type of service? If yes: 2. What is the broad description of the service(s) funded? 3. Who are the providers? (List names) 4. What is the annual spend by ASC on this service? 5. What is the eligibility criteria for people to access the service? 6. Is ASC currently planning any changes to this commissioning? 7. Any other useful information?
2. Counselling 1. Does the Adult Social Care (ASC) department fund this type of service? If yes: 2. What is the broad description of the service(s) funded? 3. Who are the providers? (List names) 4. What is the annual spend by ASC on this service? 5. What is the eligibility criteria for people to access the service? 6. Is ASC currently planning any changes to this commissioning? 7. Any other useful information?
3. Stroke Support 1. Does the Adult Social Care (ASC) department fund this type of service? If yes: 2. What is the broad description of the service(s) funded? 3. Who are the providers? (List names) 4. What is the annual spend by ASC on this service? 5. What is the eligibility criteria for people to access the service? 6. Is ASC currently planning any changes to this commissioning? 7. Any other useful information?
4. Disabled Persons User Led Organisation (DPULO) 1. Does the Adult Social Care (ASC) department fund this type of service? If yes: 2. What is the broad description of the service(s) funded? 3. Who are the providers? (List names) 4. What is the annual spend by ASC on this service? 5. What is the eligibility criteria for people to access the service? 6. Is ASC currently planning any changes to this commissioning? 7. Any other useful information?
5. For Advocacy, I would like to know: 1) How is your Advocacy services commissioned and what advocacy services does it include. Please provide broad description ie Care Act ;non Care Act ; IMHA; IMCA ( including or excluding community DOLS) ICAS Examples can include: a) Single separate specialist advocacy contracts b) Hub and spoke - single point of contact c) Full service integrated model all the advocacy services under one contract d) Multi service - different working arrangements different types of advocacy services e) All or partly jointly commissioned with other local authorities 2) Who are the current providers? 3) How have you commissioned your advocacy services, based on -targeted hours -number of customers -number of cases -combination 4) What is the average cost per hour and number of hours per Care Act advocacy case? 5) What is the eligibility criteria for people to access the service/ referral route? 6) What is the annual spend by ASC on this service? 7) What is type of contract and contract term? 8) What is the current demand for the advocacy services? -Care Act advocacy lower than expected / higher increasing? -IMHA increasing demand? 9) What are the future plans for your advocacy services? 10) Any other relevant information?
6. For the Visual and Dual Sensory (Deafblind) impairment Service, I would like to know: 1. Does the Adult Social Care (ASC) department fund this type of service? If yes: 2. What is the broad description of the service(s) funded? 3. Who are the providers? (List names) 4. What is the annual spend by ASC on this service? 5. What is the eligibility criteria for people to access the service? 6. Is ASC currently planning any changes to this commissioning? 7. Any other useful information?
7. For Carers Service, I would like to know: 1. Does the Adult Social Care (ASC) department fund this type of service? If yes: 2. What is the broad description of the service(s) funded? 3. Who are the providers? (List names) 4. What is the annual spend by ASC on this service? 5. What is the eligibility criteria for people to access the service? 6. Is ASC currently planning any changes to this commissioning? 7. Any other useful information?
10235
Space Standard for Flat Conversions
15/01/2018
I am currently looking to covert a large 3 storey house into 6 flats. Can you send me a copy criteria of the standards that each flat would have to meet in terms of building control? i.e. Space Requirements? Amenities? Windows? Fire Safety? Anything else that is relevant to my plans?
10253
Tobacco and Related Products Regulations 2016
15/01/2018
I would like to know how many instances of non-compliance with the Tobacco and Related Products Regulations 2016 as it relates to e-cigarettes, have been investigated by your Trading Standards department following the full implementation of the legislation in May 2017? How many of these investigations have been subsequently followed by enforcement action, and what form did any enforcement actions take? Additionally, how many reports of non-compliance with the Tobacco and Related Products Regulations 2016 as it relates to e-cigarettes have been received by your Trading Standards department from consumers or other businesses/organisations in the same time period, how many of these reports have been actioned, how many of these investigations have resulted in enforcement action, and what form did any enforcement actions take?
10211
Con29R
15/01/2018
YP1106050 - 39a Aspley Park Drive, Nottingham, NG8 3EA 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?
10222
Corporate Appointee & Deputy
15/01/2018
1. 1. Can you please advise how many clients you act as Coroporate Appointee for? 2. and how many clients you act as deputy for currently? 3. Can you please advise how many appointeeship and deputyships were held 12 months ago. 4. The number of staff that administer these functions.
2. 1. Can you please advise how many clients you act as Coroporate Appointee for? 3. Can you please advise how many appointeeship and deputyships were held 12 months ago. 4. The number of staff that administer these functions.
10239
Parking Meter Perth Street
15/01/2018
1. I have a multi-issue request regarding a particular parking meter to which I hope you can assist. The specific meter is located on Perth Street.. My information request questions are as follows. 1. Between the dates of Saturday 23 July and Saturday 6 August, please highlight when this machine was out of order, and the reason why. 2. For said machine, and said dates, how long did it take for the machine to return to operational status. 3. Who maintains these machines when they are out of order. 4. How many public reports were received to highlight it was inoperative during the above time frame. 5. Please describe the policy and working procedure with such public reports of failure. 6. Is there a Service level agreement in place for out of order machines. Please supply details. 7. How many parking tickets / PCNs were issued on this street during the time the machine on this street was out of order as highlighted above. 8. Please forward the maintenance schedule for this machine as above covering the time period above.
2. I have a multi-issue request regarding a particular parking meter to which I hope you can assist. The specific meter is located on Perth Street.. My information request questions are as follows. 7. How many parking tickets / PCNs were issued on this street during the time the machine on this street was out of order as highlighted above.
10207
CON29
12/01/2018
Please could we have Con29R questions 1.1 a-l, 3.4, 3.5 & 3.7, 3.6 & 3.8 under EIR on the address below: 170 NEWMARKET ROAD, BULWELL, NOTTINGHAM, NG6 8TY Plans attached X 1
10282
Changes to Housing Allocation Scheme
12/01/2018
I would like to know the name of the committee that meets to consider changes to the council's Housing Allocation Scheme, how often it meets to perform this task and a list of the dates of its past meetings for the past 3 years (or for a reasonable period if 3 years of data is not available).
10262
Disabled Facilities Grants
11/01/2018
For the purposes of this FOI please include adaptations funded under a Regulatory Reform Order policy as a Disabled Facilities Grant. 1. For Disabled Facilities Grant applications approved between 1 April 2016 and 31 March 2017, how many of the following types of home adaptations were approved: A. Level Access Showers B. Straight Stairlifts C. Curved Stairlifts D. Ramps E. Ground floor extension for bedroom with ensuite shower 2. For Disabled Facilities Grant applications approved between 1 April 2016 and 31 March 2017, what was the average cost (excluding fees) of the following types of home adaptations: A. Level Access Showers B. Straight Stairlifts C. Curved Stairlifts D. Ramps E. Ground floor extension for bedroom with ensuite shower 3. For Disabled Facilities Grant applications approved between 1 April 2016 and 31 March 2017, how many enabled a disabled person to be discharged home from hospital? 4. For Disabled Facilities Grant requests/referrals received between 1 April 2016 and 31 March 2017, how many were closed before a full grant application was made? 5. For Disabled Facilities Grant requests/referrals received between 1 April 2016 and 31 March 2017, how many of those closed before a full grant application were for a disabled person: -Aged 18 or under? -Aged 18 to 65? -Aged 65 or over?