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FOI Disclosure Log - March 2018

Requests responded to during March 2018

For a copy of the response given to these questions, please email FOI@NFDC.gov.uk stating the reference number.

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Service: 1-Resources

FOI04510information relating to staff sickness absence covering financial year April 2016 March 2017.13/03/201812/03/2018Information supplied
FOI04521What was the value of claims against your authority's insurance policies in the financial year ending March 2017? SELF INSURANCE ( where applicable ) Thinking of every category of insurance claim (property-related, personal injury, motor etc.) made against your authority what was the total value of the payments made by yourselves rather than the insurers in each of the following financial years?For clarity, these would be payments made within the policy excess. 1a. 2012/13 1b. 2013/14 1c. 2014/15 1d 2015/16 1e 2016/17 INSURER PAYOUT Please provide the claim amounts on the separate insurance policies, by year between 2012 and 2017, A. Personal Injury: Please provide a breakdown in the last 3 years, per year of : i. Personal Injury Claims settled pre litigation and their value ii. Personal Injury claims settled after commencement of litigation and value iii. Value of Personal Injury claims lost in court If the data on claims is less differentiated then please provide claim values and figures as recorded. B Property Related Please provide a breakdown in the last 3 years, per year i Property Related Claims settled pre litigation and their value ii. Property Related claims settled after commencement of litigation and value iii. Value of property related claims lost in court and number of cases lost. If the data on claims is less differentiated then please provide claim values and figures as recorded. C Motor-fleet related Claims: Please provide a breakdown in the last 3 years, per year i. motor/fleet related Claims settled pre litigation and their value ii. Motor/fleet19/03/201812/03/2018Information provided
FOI04522information relating to your authority's insurance claims management arrangements. PURCHASE AND COSTS OF INSURANCE 1) Who is your authority's insurance provider(s) ? The total premium earned by the insurer/s concerned. 2) What was the cost of your insurance premium in the following financial years? Where you have more than one policy or insurer, please list these individually. 2a. 2012/13 2b. 2013/14 2c. 2014/15 2d 2015/16 2e 2016/17 3) Under your current insurance policy (or policies, as appropriate), what is the value of the excess per claim that you pay (for each category of risk for which there is a specific excess, and/or generally)? 4) Apart from the above, does the council undertake any form of self-insurance? If so what is the financial ceiling elected by the council in this regard? 5 Regarding your Authority's stop-loss policy, a) do you have an authority-wide stop-loss? 5b) if 'Yes' to 5a, what financial threshold is it set at? 5c) if 'Yes' to 5a, what does the premium for this cost? 6) (a) Does the council utilise the services of an insurance broker to place their insurance cover? If so, confirm the identity of the current insurance broker. (b) Does the council participate in any insurance arrangements with other councils? 7)(a) How long has the council worked with its current insurer(s)? (b) When is the next insurance tender(s)?19/03/201819/03/2018Partial response - Section 43
FOI045341: Whether your local authority offers special leave / public duty leave for council staff to fulfil public duties relating to the emergency services. Such duties include: retained fire fighters, special constables, on call NHS / Community responders, search and rescue workers, the RNLI and any other emergency services workers. it does not include jury service or armed forces, or sitting on a health authority board / committee. 2: If the local authority offers such special leave for the emergency services, is it paid or unpaid? If it is paid, how many days / hours are offered per calendar year? 3: If the local authority pays staff to take such leave, for a copy of this policy. And the number of staff who have taken the leave between 1 January 2017 and 31 December 2017 (broken down by 'emergency service' in part one. 4: If the local authority does not offer such special leave, whether there are plans to introduce such a policy.26/03/201814/03/2018Information provided
FOI04539IT hardware maintenance contracts and associated costs. • A list of the models of all physical servers, storage devices, tape libraries and network switches under support contracts. • The cost and duration of said contracts, with start and end dates and service level associated with the equipment. • Could you also supply the names of the suppliers of the aforementioned support services for each contract? • I would also request the name and full contact details of the person/s in your organisation responsible for the maintenance support contracts.28/03/201827/03/2018Information provided
FOI04576What contract/s are currently in place for the purchase of PCs, Laptops and Tablet Devices? How long has the contract run for? When does the contract Expire? What is the approximate value of the contract per annum?09/04/201828/03/2018Information provided

Service: 2-Operations

FOI04495Copies 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.07/03/201806/03/2018Information supplied
FOI04520How many cemeteries are operated by your council? How many burial plots does this total?2) How many cemeteries still have spaces and how many burial plots are remaining? (Please provide the names of each cemetery and how many spaces it has in total and the number remaining)3) What proportion of this is through existing burials and advance plot purchases?4) How many are full/ at capacity? 5) How many burials were undertaken in the following years: 2017, 2016, 2007, 2006, 1997, 1996, 1987, 1986, 1977, 1976.6) What was the charge/cost to people for burials in each of these years? 7) How many cremations for the same years as above?8) What was the charge/cost to people for cremations in each of these years?19/03/201816/03/2018Information supplied
FOI04526How many dog owners in the area under the authority of the council have been fined for not having their dog microchipped since the compulsory dog microchipping law came into effect on 6th April 2016? What is the total amount in GBP that dog owners under the authority of the council have been fined for not having their dog microchipped since the compulsory dog microchipping law came into effect on 6th April 2016? How many dog owners under the authority of the council have been prosecuted for not having their dog microchipped since the compulsory dog microchipping law came into effect on 6th April 2016?20/03/201820/03/2018Information provided
FOI045281. How many road passenger vehicles does the Local Authority currently operate? 2. How many of these are (a) cars; (b) vans; (c) trucks; (d) other? 3. How many of the cars currently in operation are (a) petrol only; (b) diesel only; (c) electric only; (d) petrol/electric hybrid? 4. How many of these cars are (a) wholly owned by the Local Authority; (b) part owned by the Local Authority; (c) rent20/03/201816/03/2018Information provided
FOI04542I would like to get an understanding of visitor numbers to the Bath Road Park in Lymington I thought the number of car park tickets issued would give an indication of visitors numbers. Please could you send me the information you produce about car park tickets at the Bath Road Car Park, Lymington for January to December 2017.02/04/201829/03/2018Information provided
FOI04558What was expenditure on sports and leisure services in each year since 2009-10 How many sports and leisure centres were managed by the local authority in each year since 2009-10 How many sports and leisure centres have been closed in each year since 2009-10? How many sports and leisure jobs were there in each year since 2009-10? How many sports and leisure centres are proposed for closure within the next year?03/04/201820/03/2018Information provided
FOI04565A copy of the food hygiene report for Moyles Court School in Ringwood.29/03/201823/03/2018Information supplied
FOI04575• Whether your local authority provides a pest control service • How much the council spent on reducing pest infestation in each year since 2009-10? • How much the council spent on preventing pest infestation in each year since 2009-10? • How many people you employed as pest controllers in each year since 2009-10? •On how many occasions have people asked you to deal with issues related to pest infestation in each year since 2009-10? •On how many occasions have pest controllers from your local authority visited homes and businesses in each year since 2009-10 to deal with problems?09/04/201827/03/2018Information provided
FOI045781. Copies of all the maps that pertain to the portion of my land on North point that will be removed during the 3 week operation commencing 26th February 2018 (before & after Maps North Point) as sent during previous shingle removal operations. Preferably in PDF format. 2. Digital photographs of the areas you are replenishing (before operations commence, during operations, and after completion) I hope that you will be able to do this yourself Peter. If not, please get one of your onsite engineers to do so. 1) Detailed photos of the aggregate removal operation from his land on North Point. 2) Detailed before & after maps that refer to the section of his land on North Point that you are removing during this current operation. 3) Detailed maps showing the areas of Hurst Spit Beach that are being artificially replenished. 4) Before & After Photo's, in relation to the area's that are being replenished during the current works. 5) The maximum carrying capacity of each dumper truck. 6) Details of all works undertaken around Hurst Castle with maps. 7) Details of all the works undertaken in Milford-on-Sea in 2015 with maps.26/03/201822/03/2018Information provided

Service: 3-Economy, Housing and Planning

FOI04503A full list of companies (in excel format please) that have become newly liable for business rates between the 12th Jan 18 to the 05/02/2018 . Please include the full business name and address, property type and date of liability.09/03/201802/03/2018Partial response - section 40
FOI04506Correspondence/communications between New Forest District Council and the owners of 10 Fairlie Park, Ringwood, in the matter of the planning approval to build two houses on the land.09/03/201805/03/2018Information not held.
FOI04508Please can you tell me the brand and type of cladding that is fitted on any tower blocks in your area. Please include the name of the tower block and, if you have this information, how many floors it has.13/03/201805/06/2018Information supplied
FOI04509How many of New Forest's current planning enforcement cases have been open for between 6-12 months, 12-18 months, 18-24 months and over 24 months respectively?13/03/201815/03/2018Information provided
FOI04512details relating to the inspections of the development site carried out by or on behalf of Building Control of New Forest District Council in any way relating to the surface water drainage of the said site and, in particular, full details of all drawings including their numbers and authors considered by or on behalf of Building Control in connection with their approval or otherwise of the works carried out on site in relation to surface water drainage.The details provided should be up to the date of this request.14/03/201814/03/2018Information provided
FOI04513All documents, plans, drawings, graphs, statistics, data, calculations, dates and details of attendees of all meetings involving any Council employee and all minutes of such meetings and file notes relating thereto, correspondence, file notes , computer records, pre planning advice and any other matters pertinent to the above planning application including but without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing1. any information relating to the justification for the above planning application including details of any technical reasons put forward by or on behalf of the applicant 2.any information relating to the effect on surface water drainage of the changes of ground levels of the development site 3.evidence of and information on the surface water paths of the undeveloped development site whether in connection with the above application or with planning decision no. 15/10751 4.evidence of a suitable number of infiltration tests across the whole of the development site in connection with this application or with planning decision no. 15/10751.14/03/2018-Information provided
FOI04514Q1) In each of the following financial years: 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-to present date of this request Please state for each year: a) how many (number) of homes have been approved b) how many (number) of these were affordable homes. Q2) What is your current affordable housing target expressed as a percentage. Q3)How many Section 106 agreements have agreed with developers since the Growth and Infrastructure Act became law in April 2013? Please break this down into the same financial years as in Q1 Q4: How many of these Section 106 agreements successfully resulted in the loss or gain in the number of affordable homes? Q5: For each financial year, please state: a) The total number of affordable homes that have been lost or gained as a result of the renegotiations b) How this compares with the number originally specified15/03/201806/03/2018Information supplied
FOI045161. Property information (e.g. number of properties and their attributes). 2. Repairs and maintenance information (e.g. number of repairs, types of repair, costs). 3. Repairs and maintenance complaints information (e.g. number of complaints, what they are in relation too). 4. Housing management info (e.g. costs and questions on the operations of your housing services such as whether some functions are in house or outsourced). 5. Anonymised tenant information (e.g. general demographics on the total number of tenants).15/03/2018-Information provided
FOI04519I would like to request a list of individuals and companies you have successfully prosecuted for offences under the Housing Act 2004 in 2017. Please include name, offence, prosecution date, fine/sentence and if possible rental address. You can enter the information in the "prosecutions" tab of the attached Excel spreadsheet or send your own spreadsheet. 2. I would also like to request a list of individuals and companies subject to civil penalties for offences under the Housing Act 2004 in 2017 (these powers came into force in April 2017). Please include name, offence, date and penalty. You can enter the information in the "civil penalties" tab of the attached Excel spreadsheet or send your own spreadsheet.16/03/201813/03/2018Information provided
FOI04535Please can you send me a full up to date excel spreadsheet of businesses that have become newly responsible for business rates between the 5th Feb 2018-28th Feb 2018. Please include the full business name, address, property type and date of liability.26/03/201802/03/2018Partial response - section 40
FOI045431. A list of all properties that have any credit balance on their business rates account 2. The account number 3. The account holder 4. The property address including postcode 5. Billing authority reference number 6. The current balance 7. Account start date 8. Account end date02/04/201805/03/2018Information supplied
FOI04569For civil engineering, construction and building maintenance contracts (including frameworks) established since 1 January 2017, have you incorporated into contractual requirements for your main contractors/suppliers to pay the suppliers directly below them in the supply chain within 30 days? a. We have built in a contractual requirement for payment to flow through the supply chain within 30 days routinely b. We are taking steps to apply a contractual requirement for payment to flow through the supply chain within 30 days routinely c. We have not and will not be building in a contractual requirement for payment to flow through the supply chain within 30 days d. If you don't know, please provide information on what policy you do pursue10/04/201829/03/2018Information provided
FOI04579• All historic and current information relating to any proposed development of dwellings on fields opposite Church Lane Sway (as shown on the below map within the red boundary). • Confirmation and details as to whether a developer has previously sought permission or has had initial conversations about building dwellings on this land (area highlighted in red). • Confirmation as to whether a figure of around 90 dwelling was initially proposed by a developer but rejected within the area highlighted in red. • Confirmation whether a developer was given planning advice that around 40 dwellings 'would have more chance of succeeding' for the area highlighted in red. • Confirmation as to whether a developer has submitted plans or has had initial conversations with the New Forest District Council in any shape or form? • If so, why these have not been made public and if they have, where can they be found? • Confirmation as to whether 'the only sticking point of any proposed development is now where the road access will be'. I am led to believe the current farmers' entrance is favoured but cannot be agreed on. Is this correct? • What is the latest situation with any the proposed development of the area highlighted in red? Timelines, next decision making milestone etc. • If development is proposed or initial conversations have taken place, who is the developer, how many dwellings are being proposed and what type of dwellings are proposed (i.e. how many one bed, two bed three bed, detached, semi-detached etc) • Please provide a map, highlighted with where exactly on the land (highlighted in red) any development is proposed. • Planning permission has previously been granted for a new doctors surgery on the land of Gracewell Nursing home, Church Lane, Sway. Please confirm whether this successful application has any relation to the proposed development of dwellings in the red highlighted area and if any future proposed development of the land highlighted in red influenced11/04/201815/03/2018Information not held
FOI04580The number of properties in the answer to (2) below where the council is now the tenant of the property. Please specify the reason why the council rents the property, e.g. for temporary accommodation. Where possible, please also provide information on the monthly rent paid by the council for the property/ies.11/04/201819/03/2018Information supplied
FOI04600Information about the Syrian Vulnerable Persons Resettlement Scheme (VPRS). 1. The number of spaces offered by your local council for people arriving under the Syrian Vulnerable Persons Resettlement Scheme (VPRS). 2. The number of those spaces that have been filled until now. Additionally, if there are any discrepancies or complications with the numbers above, please also explain these.16/04/201819/03/2018Information supplied
FOI04606previously owned or existing housing stock held by the Local Authority. I am currently in the process of compiling lists of address where non-traditional methods have been used in the construction of residential dwellings that were constructed by local authorities. I would be grateful if you could provide the information in the table below or a similar format with the same information.20/04/201829/03/2018Information provided
FOI04607recent information, from the Council, relating to unclaimed live business rate credit balances. Please also indicate when requested information (spreadsheet or website) has been updated. I am aware that all Billing Authorities hold on account sums of money that are due to be returned to ratepayers and for a variety of reasons have not been repaid and maybe considered untraceable by the Council. I therefore request a breakdown of live unclaimed credit balances accrued since your earliest records, for the amounts owing to all incorporated companies within the authorities billing area including the following information: A) The name of each business in respect of which non-domestic rate credit balances remain payable. B) The value of over payment in each case which remains unclaimed. C) The years(s) in which over payment was made and the hereditament address. D) The name of each business in respect of which non-domestic rate credit balances has been written back on to the NDR account. E) The value of write back in each case which remains unclaimed. F) The years(s) in which write back was made (if available) and the hereditament address that the write back relates to23/04/201828/03/2018Information provided - Section 40
FOI04617I would like to enquire as to whether this authority has a public space protection in order affecting any of the following types of behaviour in any public space within the local authority?(please indicate any that apply and how many orders enforce against each behaviour) Loitering Begging Aggressive begging Sleeping Carrying specified amounts of property I would also like to enquire as to whether, and how many,fines or prosecutions have occurred as a result of such a public space protection order if one is in place?26/04/201829/03/2018Information provided

Service: 4-Governance and Regulation

FOI04492list of all business (non-residential) property rates data for your local authority, and including the following fields: (a) Billing Authority Reference Code (b) The current ratepayer of the property (if a LTDcompany) (c) Full Property Address (Number, Street, Postal Code, Town) (d) The date the current ratepayer became liable for the business rates (e) Occupied / Vacant status (f) Any relief the property is currently receiving including, but not limited to : mandatory, discretionary, small business rates relief, empty rates relief etc (g) The current rateable value of the property05/03/201802/03/2018Partial response - section 40
FOI04493unclaimed live business rate credit balances. Please also indicate when requested information (spreadsheet or website) has been updated.05/03/201802/03/2018Partial response - section 40
FOI045151. What percentage of those eligible to vote were actually registered in 2017? 2. Whether you have any breakdown of the above information by age group - for example, what percentage of eligible 18-24 were actually registered as compared with other age groups. 3. Whether you have any figures available to compare male and female registration 4. Whether you have any information about who actually voted (percentages in each age group?)15/03/2018-Information provided
FOI04518what charities/companies have a house to house collection license in your area since January 1st 2018 until today. Also, I would like to know when the licenses were issued and when they expire. Please could I have this information in Excel format?16/03/201805/03/2018Request refused - section 21
FOI04524Details of all current empty commercial properties within your authority which includes Shops, Office and Industrial premises, if possible on an excel spreadsheet containing the following information: • Property Billing Reference • Property Type • Rateable Value • Property Vacant Date • Property Address • Liable Party Name • Liable Party Correspondence Address19/03/201802/03/2018Partial response - section 40
FOI04529A list of all commercial properties within your council area with the following information: o VOA Reference Number o VOA Property Description o Business Name / Occupier Details o 2017 Rateable Value o Occupation Date o Full Address and Postcode o Details of any Reliefs that each property is receiving o Relief Amount o Date Relief Applied I would like both Limited and Sole Trader information.21/03/201802/03/2018Partial response - section 40
FOI04530for the last five years (not totals but for each year, ie 2016/7, 2015/6, 2014/5, 2013/4, 2012/3, in respect of your council's area. • The number of complaints received by your authority concerning noisy neighbours (including loud music, loud parties, shouting, screaming, arguing, door slamming, barking dogs) • Out of these complaints, how many were classed as a 'nuisance' under the Environmental Protection Act 1990? • Out of those classed as a 'nuisance' how many resulted in the service of an abatement notice under the Environmental Protection Act 1990? • Out of those served with a notice, how many were subjected to further interventions, including prosecution, as a result of their failure to comply with the notice?22/03/201813/03/2018Information provided
FOI04531Ratepayer and the net Rates payable for the financial year 2017/18, including any transitional relief or surcharge, for the hereditament below. • 150, WELLWORTHY ROAD, AMPRESS PARK, LYMINGTON, HANTS, SO41 8JY - BA Reference: 12533015022/03/201802/03/2018Information supplied
FOI04538information about flights your organisation, and any arms-length management organisations or arms-length bodies owned by your organisation, has paid for since 1 January 2015. Please include the following information: • The name of the airline used • The fare paid • The class of ticket (eg economy, premium economy, business, first) • The date • The port of departure • The port of arrival Please include flights that have been paid for directly as well as any flights staff or others have been reimbursed for.27/03/201816/03/2018Information supplied
FOI04541(1) Please could you provide me with a description of your council tax reduction scheme (sometime know as council tax support) for working-age claimants for 2018/19. And in particular, could you answer the following (2) Alignment with working-age Housing Benefit (HB): have you aligned your CTR scheme with HB in relation to (a) family premium, (b) work-related activity component, (c) 2-child limit. (3) Calculation of CTR for claimants in receipt of UC: are you doing anything different from the former DCLG 'default' scheme? (4) Self-employed earners: are you applying a minimum income floor for the self-employed - if so, how much and under what circumstances? (5) Have you published your 2018/19 scheme policy document? If so, please provide a link or copy.02/04/201819/03/2018Information supplied
FOI04545• How much has the council has spent on Public Health Funerals in each year since 2009-10? • How many requests for Public Health Funerals did the council receive in each year since 2009-10? • How many Public Health Funerals did the council undertake in each year since 2009-10?28/03/201812/03/2018Information provided
FOI04547I request the following information under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 about Business Rates Accounts held by your Council: · Account Name · Account Start Date · Billing Authority Reference · Current 2017 List Rateable Value · Details of any reliefs where applied, including a further breakdown if possible of: o Type of relief applied o Date the relief was applied o Value of the relief · Full Address of the rated assessment · Billing Address · Occupied/Empty Status · Description29/03/201829/03/2018Information provided - Section 40
FOI045481) The total number, names and contact information of licensed horse riding establishments - defined as a riding school - that are currently operating within the jurisdiction of New Forest District Council in 2018. 2) The total number, names and contact information of licensed horse riding establishments - defined as a riding school - that were in operation within the jurisdiction of New Forest District Council in 2017, 2016 and 2015. 3) If some, or all the above information is not available, please; a) explain why the information is unavailable b) provide confirmation of whether this information is publicly available and where it can be found (e.g. a website page)29/03/201812/03/2018Information supplied
FOI04550•Please can you tell me how many (a) social homes by housing associations and (b) other homes have been built in the local authority in each year since 2009-10? •Please can you also tell me how many social and affordable homes are currently in the pipeline, with planning permission and financing in place?28/03/201809/03/2018Information supplied
FOI045611. How many Fixed Penalty Notices did your local authority serve to dog owners for breached PSPOs on beaches in your authority area over the following timeframes? NB. Prior to 2017 these would be classified as Dog Control Orders (DCOs). • 2016 • 2017 • 2018 (year to date) 2. What was the total value (£) of Fixed Penalty Notices served to dog owners for breached PSPOs on beaches in your authority area? • 2016 • 2017 • 2018 (year to date) 3. How many Public Space Protection Orders (PSPOs) specifically relating to dogs were in place for beach areas in your local authority for the following timeframes? • 2016 • 2017 • 2018 (year to date)05/04/201820/03/2018Information provided
FOI04564Contaminated land enquiry22/03/201812/03/2018Information supplied
FOI04566Unclaimed business rate credit balances.06/04/201828/03/2018Information provided - Section 40
FOI04567Complete Non-Residential / Property Rates Data (Q1 2018)10/04/201828/03/2018Information provided - Section 40
FOI04568Enforcement agent arrangements.10/04/201828/03/2018Information provided
FOI045701. How many outsourcing contracts have you outsourced in the last five financial years, and the details/ the nature of these contracts? 2. Who are the companies you have outsourced to, with regards to the above? 3. What has your total spend been on outsourcing contracts in each of the last five financial years? 4. Who many, and which services, have you brought in house over the past five financial years? And what were the nature/ type of those services? Please give any details you can. 5. Could you say how much you think bringing in house any contracts has saved - or increased costs.11/04/201813/03/2018Information provided
FOI04582The local council tax support scheme (sometimes referred to as council tax reduction) in your area.Changes to the CTS scheme in 2018/19 Does your local authority intend to change its current council tax support scheme in April 2018?12/04/201823/03/2018Information supplied
FOI04598Provide copies of all completion certificates issued by the Local Authority within the last 30 days.16/04/201829/03/2018Information provided - Section 40
FOI04603How many CCTV cameras are operated by New Forest District Council I'd like a list of their locations. How many staff members are involved in monitoring the feed? How much is spent on staff operation costs? How much is spent on CCTV Camera maintenance?17/04/201829/03/2018Information provided
FOI04610how many occasions over the past 5 years the council has taken action against an individual under a Public Space Protection Order and please list the reason action was taken.25/04/201829/03/2018Information provided
FOI04616'How many householders who qualify for Council Tax Reduction Support (or Council Tax Support) default on their payments?' Please provide annual figures from April 2013 when local authorities became responsible for running their own council tax support schemes. Please provide the information in the form of an Excel document.25/04/201828/03/2018Information provided

Service: Multiple Services

FOI04559Please disclose the number of children registered as Elective Home Education during the academic years 2012-13, 13-14, 14-15, 15-16, 16-17; Please provide a breakdown for each year showing how many were of primary age and how many secondary age.05/04/201806/03/2018Information not held.

Service: Not NFDC

FOI04536Following this letter to all local authorities "please see attachment" from the Department for Transport dated the 9th November 2017. Please provide a copy of all letters and emails to all the Community Transport Providers who work for the local authority under a section 19 permit and 22 permit and also their responses. 2, Please supply details of all the road transport contracts currently undertaken by these groups to include special education needs, home to school, social services contracts and Dial-a-Ride, I do not require the cost of the contracts or the contract number, just the route and the description and or destination.26/03/201812/03/2018Information not held.
FOI04544•Does the local authority operate a 'meals on wheels service' for elderly residents as part of its social care provision, or has done so in any year since 2010? •What was the spend for 'meals on wheels' in each year since 2009-10? •How many people have benefited from the 'meals on wheels service' in each year since 2009-10?02/04/201828/02/2018Information not held.
FOI04546What the budget for maintaining war memorials was in each year since 2009-2010 to the present day. Please send this information to me electronically, preferably in an excel spreadsheet. I understand that the act entitles me to a response within 20 working days.If my request is declined, please can you justify your reasons with specific references to the act.29/03/201829/03/2018Information not held
FOI04549•How much is the Council's budget for the replacement scheme of the Independent Living Fund? •How much of the Council's Independent Living Fund grant for this financial year is being spent? •Has the Council ring-fenced spending from the Independent Living Fund grant in this financial year?28/03/201805/03/2018Information not held.
FOI04553For each year since 2009/10, how much in total has your authority spent on alcohol and drug services? For each year since 2012/13, how much has your authority received in public health grants and what proportion of this was spent on drug and alcohol services?03/04/201806/03/2018Information not held.
FOI04556What is the amount spent on libraries by the local authority in each year since 2009-10? How many libraries were managed by the local authority in each year since 2009-10 How many libraries have been closed or cancelled because of cuts to budgets in each year since 2009-10? How many libraries jobs were there in each year since 2009-10? How many libraries have had their opening hours reduced since 2010, and a breakdown of each by how many hours? How many libraries are proposed for closure within the next year? How many libraries have been transferred from council control to the control of volunteers in each year since 2009-10? How many unpaid volunteers were assisting with the operation of the library service in each year since 2009-10? How many unpaid volunteers assist with the operation of the library service in each year since 2009-10?03/04/201806/03/2018Information not held.
FOI04562•How much money was spent on street lights in each year since 2009-10? •How many street lights (both number and as a proportion) have been dimmed as a result of reduced central government funding in each year since 2009-10? •How many street lights (both number and as a proportion) have been extinguished as a result of reduced central government funding in each year since 2009-10? •For how many hours per day have lights been dimmed or extinguished as a result of reduced central government funding in each year since 2009-10? •How much has been spent on maintenance and testing of street lights in each year since 2009-10? •How many street light checks have been carried out in each year since 2009-10? •How many complaints regarding street lights has the council received in each year since 2009-10?04/04/201806/03/2018Information not held.
FOI04577• How many reports and complaints about potholes have you received in each year since 2009/10? • How much was spent on resurfacing and fixing potholed roads in each year since 2009/10? • How many carriageway safety inspections have been carried out in each since year 2009-10? • How many claims relating to vehicle damage and injury, caused by potholes or uneven surfaces, have been received in each year since 2009/10? • What was the overall compensation provided by the council for successful claims relating to vehicle damage and injury as a result of potholes or uneven surfaces in each year since 2009/10? • Approximately what proportion of the roads in your area needed maintenance work because of uneven surfaces or potholes in each year since 2009/10?11/04/201812/03/2018Information not held.
FOI04587Firstly, could you please provide the number of Full Time Equivalent (FTE) health visitors commissioned to provide services in your area? Please provide this data for each year since October 2015.Secondly, please provide the number of children aged under 5 receiving health visits in your area. Please provide this data for each year since October 2015.13/04/201815/03/2018Information not held
FOI045991. Assessment of need of children transferred to the UK under the Dublin III regulation, including the threshold for triggering an assessment of need; 2. Provision of support for children transferred to the UK under the Dublin III regulation; 3. Liaison with the Home Office regarding children who are being assessed for transfer, or have been transferred, to the UK under the Dublin III regulation.17/04/201816/03/2018Information not held.
FOI04602•How many care leavers did the council support in each year since 2009-10? •What was funding for support to care leavers in each year since 2009-10? •What was funding per person for support to care leavers in each year since 2009-10? •How much did the authority pay out in total in setting up home grants (care leaver grants) in each year since 2009-10? What is the average per person grant provided in each of those years? •How many young people's advisers (or similar advisers to help provide support to care leavers), has the council employed in each year since 2009-10? •How many people have worked in the Care Leaver's Team (or similar team responsible for care leavers transitions), in each year since 2009-10?18/04/2018-No NFDC but HCC
FOI04609How many maintained schools in your authority are housed in properties/buildings not owned by the Local Authority i.e. Private Landlords? Of the schools housed in properties/buildings not owned by the Local Authority, how many schools are funded from the High needs block? I.e. Special schools or Pupil Referral Units. How much, for each school funded from the High needs block, is paid in rent annually for privately owned properties/building? And, for each school, is this paid by the Local Authority or from the School budget? For each school who pays the rent from its school budget, does that school receive any funding outside of the high needs block (place funding and top up funding) to cover or contribute towards the costs of rent? For each school, where no additional funding outside of the high needs block is allocated, are the rent costs reflected in your local top up funding costs?23/04/201822/03/2018Information not held
FOI04621Number of diagnoses of dyslexia in children made annually, for the past 10 years if possible (if not, the nearest amount) in which have happened in schools in your borough- alongside the amount of screenings/testings for learning difficulties. I also want to receive information on what funding is being given to schools for learning difficulties, stating how much and where it is going. If also your councils have specific information on section 22 of the Children and Families Act (2014) which explains how they are acting upon it including current produces in place, that would be great.27/04/201828/03/2018Information not held
Published: 23 Jan 2019
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