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FOI Disclosure Log - April 2018

Requests responded to during April 2018

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

ReferenceSubjectResponse dueCompleted dateResponse

Service: 1-Resources

FOI04573How access to services through digital channels can be used to generate cost savings in local government.10/04/201809/04/2018Optional survey
FOI046051. What is your annual IT Budget for 2018 & 2019? 2. Do you outsource your ICT Function and if so to which vendor(s)? 3. When does you Outsource contract expire? Storage Related 1. What storage vendor(s) and models do you currently use? 2. What is the raw capacity of the storage data in TB & how much of this is utilised? 3. What were the installation dates of the above storage vendor(s)? (Month/Year) 4. When is your planned (or estimated) storage refresh date? (Month/Year)? 5. Do you have any extended warranties, if so, with which supplier? 6. What is your estimated budget for the storage refresh? Server Related 1. What server vendor(s) and models do you currently use? 2. How many physical and how many virtual servers do you have? 3. What hyper-visor(s) do you currently use? 4. What were the installation dates of the above server vendor(s)? (Month/Year) 5. When is your planned (or estimated) server refresh date? (Month/Year) 6. What is your estimated budget for the server refresh? 7. Do you have any extended warranties, if so, with which supplier? 8. Which operating systems are used? 9. Do you use VDI? 10. Which vendor(s) do you use for VDI? (Citrix, VMware, Microsoft)19/04/201819/04/2018Partial response - Section 31
FOI046281) In the last three available years for which you have data, broken down year by year, could you please provide the total amount spent on celebrity appearances by the council? 2) In each case could you provide the person who appeared, along with the event, and how much was paid to that person?30/04/201803/04/2018Information provided
FOI04650A) How many non-disclosure agreements has the authority agreed in each of the calendar years of 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017. Please provide individual figures per year. Please provide reasons for the agreements being agreed where possible (e.g. 2 whistleblower complaints). B) Please provide the total amount of financial compensation awarded as part of these agreements for the entirety of this period in £.09/05/201824/04/2018Part refused - Section 40
FOI046561) Do you use QGIS (Yes, No) 2) If No, are there any plans in place to implement QGIS? (Yes, No) 3) Do you use any other GIS software besides QGIS? (No, Yes - ESRI, MapInfo, CadCorp, other)10/05/201812/04/2018Information provided

Service: 2-Operations

FOI045521) The total number of parking tickets issued by the council in the week commencing 19th February 2018 (ie. from 19th February to 25th February inclusive), and the total value of the fines associated with the tickets issued in this week; and 2) The total number of parking tickets issued by the council in the week commencing 26th February 2018 (ie. from 26th February to 4th March inclusive), and the total value of the fines associated with the tickets issued in this week.03/04/201804/04/2018Information provided
FOI04563• Total expenditure for public toilet facilities in each year since 2009-10? • How many public toilets is the local authority responsible for maintaining? • How many public toilets was the local authority responsible for maintaining in 2010? • How many public toilets in the local authority have closed since 2010 as a result of budget cuts? • Does the council charge for the use of public toilets? If so how much revenue does the council receive for such use in each year since 2009-10? • How many complaints were received in relation to public toilets in each year since 2009-10?04/04/201803/04/2018Information provided
FOI04572•How much has the council spent on (a) general waste collection, (b) recycling waste collection in each year since 2009-10? •Please can you tell me frequency of (a) general waste collection, (b) recycling waste collection in each year since 2009-10? •How many requests for replacement bins did you receive in each year since 2009-10? •How many replacement bins did you provide in each year since 2009-10? •How much money did the council receive as a result of providing replacement bins in each year since 2009-10? •How many complaints the council has received in relation to refuse collection in each year since 2009-10?11/04/201805/04/2018Information supplied
FOI04574•How many public parks were managed or maintained by your local authority in each year since 2009-10? •What is the total area of public park land that has been managed or maintained by your local authority in each year since 2009-10? •How much Local Authority money has been spent on maintaining parks or building new parks in each year since 2009-10? •How many park managers have been employed, part time and/or full time, by your local authority in each year since 2009-10? •How much money has your local authority made on charges to use park facilities in each year since 2009-10?10/04/201811/04/2018Information provided
FOI04581The number of children's play areas were managed by the local authority in each year since 2009-10. The number of children's play areas that have been built or refurbished by the local authority in each year since 2009-10. he number of children's play areas (existing or planned) that have been closed or cancelled because of cuts to the local authority's budget in each year since 2009-10. The amount spent by the Local Authority on children's play areas in each year since 2009-10, broken down by: how much money has been spent on maintenance of existing areas and how much money has been spent on building new areas. A list of the children's playareas for which the local authority has introduced usage charges, and for each of those the date that the charge was introduced and value of the the charge in each year since 2009-10. The number of children's play areas proposed for closure within the next year. The estimated number of children in the local authority area. I would prefer to receive the information electronically.10/04/201813/04/2018Information supplied
FOI04584• Your local authority's budget for street cleaning each year since 2010? • If the frequency of street cleaning has reduced since 2010 due to cuts to funding? • How many people in your local authority deliver street cleaning services in each year since 2010? • How many miles of road in your local authority have been cleaned on average each week in each year since 2010? • The number of complaints that have been received by your local authority in relation to street cleaning in each year since 2010?12/04/201812/04/2018Information provided
FOI04591Does your council apply a diesel surcharge to resident's parking permits? If so, how much is this charge?Does your council make an administration charge when people apply for a resident's parking permit? If so, how much is this charge?Does your council base the cost of resident's parking permits on a vehicle's carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions? If so, please set out the bands and relevant charges for this.What is the highest fee your council charges for a resident's permit?13/04/201816/04/2018Information provided
FOI045931) The total amount spent on community centres by your local authority in each year since 2009-10? 2) The number of community centres managed by your local authority in each year since 2009-10 3) The number of community centres that have been closed because of cuts to budgets in each year since 2009-10? In the case of each please sight the reason given for a closure. 4) The number of people employed in community centres in each year since 2009-10? 5) The number of community centre jobs that are proposed to be lost within the next year?16/04/201817/04/2018Information provided
FOI04597•How much has the council spent on recycling in each year since 2009-10? •Please can you tell me the number of recycling points in each year since 2009-10? •Can you please tell me the number of household waste recycling centres in each year since 2009-10? •can you please tell me the number of hours household waste recycling centres have been open each week in each year since 2009-10?16/04/201816/04/2018Information supplied
FOI046271) How many trees have been felled by the council in the last three years for which data is available - please provide a year by year breakdown. 2) How much has it cost the council to fell trees in the last three years? Please provide year by year breakdown of total cost. 3) Does the council have a target number of trees to fell in each year? What is the purpose of the tree felling?30/04/201816/04/2018Information supplied
FOI04636Number of public toilets currently available in your local council Number of public toilets currently managed by your local council Number of public toilets offering disabled access If you are part of any programme or scheme that works to grant increased access to public toilets such the Council Community Toilet Scheme The number of public toilets available in the year 2000 in your council area03/05/201812/04/2018Information provided
FOI04659Contact details (name, job title, contact telephone number and email) of the person/s responsible for procurement for recreation, sports, leisure and parks at New Forest District Council.11/05/201812/04/2018Information provided

Service: 3-Economy, Housing and Planning

FOI045331. Please provide a breakdown of how the council has spent its Flexible Homelessness Support Grant to date, as provided by the Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government from 1 April 2017. 2. Has the council given any of this grant to a property company owned un by the council? If yes, how much money has been given, and please detail how will the money be spent, and on what kind of accommodation?26/03/201806/03/2018Information provided
FOI04540For the years 2016/17 and 2017/18: please state what the homeless grant (prevention and priority need order amalgamated grants) was spent on? Please provide a copy of the decision authorising the said spend.From 2017/18 councils received the new homelessness burden funding which is specifically connected to the Homeless Reduction Act due to come into force in 2018. Please itemise, and provide the value of all spend in 2017/18.In regards to your answers of my first set of questions, I would like to enquire further regarding the following: In your first answers you say your Council have 400 units of temporary accommodation. With respect, that was not the question put to you.1. How many leased/licensed properties were held on the given dates? To be helpful to you: in your authority P1E return 30/9/17 E6 report cell 4(c) you state 45 properties. 2. How much spend do you expect to use to meet liabilities under management fees for these leased/licensed properties?3. What is the spend you expect to make on other temporary accommodation from this grant, and what is the purpose of that spend?4. Please confirm whether any decisions have been made in respect of spend on homeless initiatives: a. For each approved scheme please describe its purpose and allocated spend. b. If you are developing spend plans on homelessness initiatives but have not got scheme approval yet, please can you detail your plans? 5. Please state any residual budget for 2017/18 not earmarked in any way in the above answers and please set out your intentions with that money.28/03/201816/04/2018Information provided
FOI04583for the 2016/2017 financial year the:· total number of social tenancy frauds detected. ·total number of social tenancy fraud cases investigated.· number of prosecutions brought under Prevention of Social Housing Fraud Act 2014. · total number (absolute and full time equivalent) of employees undertaking investigations and prosecutions of social tenancy fraud. If this information is not available for the 2016/2017 financial year please could you provide the most recent yearly figures available.··12/04/201805/04/2018Information provided
FOI04586The total amount spent since June 2017 by the council on interim fire safety measures in high-rise residential buildings over 18 metres that are owned by the council, and have been confirmed to have Aluminium Composite Material (ACM) cladding, in conjunction with other elements of the cladding system that do not meet the relevant requirements of the Building Regulations guidance (abbreviated below as 'these buildings') 2.The total amount spent on interim fire safety measures for these buildings in the most recent month where data is available If the council does not hold the specific information described at Question 1 or 2, I respectfully request that the council provides any information it does hold from which these figures may be calculated. This could include any one database, spreadsheet or word document holding data relating to the interim fire safety measures put in place on affected residential buildings that the council owns, and the amount spent on interim fire safety measures since June 2017. Please share this excluding any information which could be considered personal information under the Data Protection Act.12/04/201809/04/2018Information provided
FOI045881. For each year since 2010, please provide a month by month breakdown of the total number of homeless households the local authority has rehoused in another local authority area. For each household rehoused,please indicate: - the total number of people rehoused - the local authority area they were moved to - whether this was temporary or settled accommodation - whether they were allocated either council / social housing or a private rental tenancy 2. For each year since 2010, please provide a month by month breakdown of the total number of homeless households the local authority has agreed to rehouse from another local authority area. For each household rehoused, please indicate: - the total number of people rehoused - the local authority area they were received - whether this was temporary or settled accommodation - whether they were allocated either council / social housing or a private rental tenancy.13/04/201813/04/2018Information provided
FOI04592How many people have a 3 bed band A need For Beaulieu and when was the last Band A allocated for this?2. how many people have a 3 bed band B need for Beaulieu and when was the last band B allocated for this?3. How many people have a 3 bed Band C need for Beaulieu and when was the last Band C allocated?13/04/201813/04/2018Information supplied
FOI04596I am seeking information concerning the amendment or variation of Section 106 social housing orders, in which a social housing element has been included in a development proposal to your authority, which has later been amended in exchange for a cash payment for use in alternative schemes off site.Q1 - for each calendar year of 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017, how many planning applications which included a social housing element were later amended, with the development still happening but with the social housing element being withdrawn or reduced, and if reduced, by how many? This would be an amendment or variation of a Section 106 Social Housing Order.Q2 - for the same years as above, how many of these development amendments resulted in a cash payment to the local authority in exchange for social housing being dropped from the development? Q3 - how much has the local authority received in each of these years in payments in place of the original social housing being built? Q4 - for the same years, what number of social housing units would have been included in the original applications before being withdrawn? Q5 - how many social housing units were built in your local authority area in each of these years? Q6 - how many applicants does the local authority and/or any housing associations have on waiting lists for social housing? (Most recent figures please).16/04/201823/03/2018Information provided
FOI04604A breakdown of vacant council-owned housing within the local authority area in the financial years 2016-17 and 2017-18, including;The postcode of said properties, and;The actual or estimated values of said properties.19/04/201819/04/2018Information supplied
FOI04615How many Tower Blocks are built for use within your council? Since the Grenfell Tower fire on the 14th June 2017 has your council commissioned independent fire testing of the fire doors fitted in tower blocks within your council? How many fire doors provided a minimum protection time of 30 minutes? If the doors did not provide 30 minutes of protection, how many fire doors have you identified that need to be replaced? If the doors did not provide 30 minutes of protection, how many buildings have you identified as needing improvements to some or all fire doors.25/04/201820/04/2018Information supplied
FOI04619Copy of the most up-to-date fire risk assessment for every tower block you own. These are blocks that are 18m or taller. If another social landlord owns the tower blocks in your area please give me their name/s.27/04/201820/04/2018Information not held.
FOI04624housing development in Snails Lane (BH24 3PG). (a) What investigation NFDC have carried out regarding this matter(b) Provide a copy of your risk assessment report(c) Why the contractor was not advised27/04/201826/04/2018Information not held
FOI04631If you have a licensing scheme in place for private sector landlords, please state how much revenue you generated in 2016, 2017 and 2018 (year to date). If you do not have a scheme in place I would be grateful if you would let me know. Please state how many properties in your jurisdiction were covered by a license in the following periods: 2016, 2017 and 2018 (year to date). Please state how many applications for a license were rejected in each of the following periods: 2016, 2017 and 2018 (year to date). Please state how many landlords you sort to prosecute for failing to have a necessary licence in each of the following periods: 2016, 2017 and 2018 (year to date).02/05/201817/04/2018Information provided
FOI04633complete and up-to-date list of all business (non-residential) property rates data for your local authority, and including the following fields: - Billing Authority Property 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)03/05/201819/04/2018Partial response - section 40
FOI04638Kindly let me know about Brockenhurst (there are 8 Families with 3 bed need in Band A but are you able to request the figures how many 3 bed needs are on Band B (our Band) and what our position is on that list in terms of date? I only ask as I have applied for one on the new development in Brock and whilst I appreciate it is unlikely we will be allocated this it let's me keep some rough idea of how the properties are moving along (I am aware people come on and off lists all the time, it's just for a rough idea. I should have asked at the time of my first enquiry.26/04/201823/04/2018Information provided
FOI04655relates to all communications including emails/mail, meeting dates, site promotions, meeting minutes, telephone calls/conference concerning planning and development of the Lynes Farm, Nouale Lane, Ringwood site. You do not need to resend any information you have already sent me from my previous FOI request in February 2018. The site is marked as Site Q in the Strategic Plan and encompasses an area bordered by Nouale Lane, the A31,Eastfield Lane and Hightown Road. I am only interested in information related to the development of the are marked Site 'Q', not development of properties that are addressed as Eastfield Lane. This information should include any consultations between NFDC and other parties, including but not limited to: The land owners (Keen, Lambert, Clemas, Truman) All Developer interests, including Taylor Wimpey and any other site promoters All departments within NFDC Hampshire County Council Ringwood Town Council Highways Agency DCLG10/05/201817/08/2018Information provided
FOI04657If you have a licensing scheme in place for private sector landlords, please list the types of licence you issue (e.g. mandatory, additional, selective): How long are each of the types of license you issue valid for? (Please state the length of time for each of the licences you listed in Q1) state the cost of each licence for each of the following periods: 2015/16 2016/17 2017/18 discount do you offer (e.g. if landlords are members of a body such as the NLA, RLA or LLAS)? Does your licensing scheme also cover the management of a property?10/05/201819/04/2018Information supplied
FOI046601.Please provide me with the number of cases brought in your local authority for the following offences under the Housing Act 2004 in your local authority since April 2017. Failure to comply with an Improvement Notice (section 30); Offences in relation to licensing of Houses in Multiple Occupation(section 72); Offences in relation to licensing of houses under Part 3 of the Act(section 95); Offences of contravention of an overcrowding notice (section 139); Failure to comply with management regulations in respect of Houses in Multiple Occupation (section 234) 2.Of those, please provide me with the number of a) notices of intent and b) final notices relating to civil penalties for the specified offences since their introduction in April 2017. 3.How many final notices of civil penalties have been appealed? 4.For each final notice that has been confirmed (or not appealed), please provide the date upon which the penalty was imposed, along with the offence category (e.g. Section 30) and the amount of the financial penalty imposed. 5.Where a civil penalty has been imposed, please outline how much money has been recovered by your local authority from April 2017 to date.11/05/201819/04/2018Information supplied
FOI04679What was your Disabled Facilities Grant budget for the period from 1st April 2016 to 31 March 2017? What proportion of the budget mentioned above was spent on DFGs during the period from 1st April 2016 to 31 March 2017? How many applications for DFGs did you receive in the period from 1st April 2016 to 31 March 2017?· How many applications for DFGs did you receive from people living with motor neurone disease in the period from 1st April 2016 to 31 March 2017?· How many applications for DFGs were rejected in the period from 1st April 2016 to 31 March 2017? How many applications for DFGs from people living with motor neurone disease were rejected in the period from 1st April 2016 to 31 March 2017?· Please provide a breakdown of the reasons for rejecting DFG applications in the period from 1st April 2016 to 31 March 2017.· What proportion of DFG applications received during the period from 1st April 2016 to 31st March 2017 received a decision within the nationally recommended target timescale of 6 months?· What proportion of approved DFG applications received during the period from 1st April 2016 to 31st March 2017 received funding within the nationally recommended target timescale of 1 year?· Do you currently have a fast -track application process in place to provide DFG funding more rapidly to applicants with urgent needs?· How many applications were made under the fast track process (if applicable) during the period from 1st April 2016 to 31st March 2017, and how many of these were approved?· How many requests for funding23/05/201826/04/2018Information provided

Service: 4-Governance and Regulation

FOI04551•How much has been spent on homelessness prevention support in each year since 2009-10? •Where possible please provide detail of spend in each year broken down by: osupported accommodation high support hostels lower support accommodation support for people in their own homes28/03/201816/04/2018Information provided
FOI04557How many homes for affordable rent (not including social rent), which have received all necessary approvals, and with financing in place, will be started in each of the next three years in the geographical area under your remit? This includes those being built directly or by housing associations.03/04/201803/04/2018Information provided
FOI04560The number of requests for advice have been made to the council by private rental tenants in each of the following years - 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, and 2013, if possible, broken down by the reason for the request for advice, e.g. Eviction or being asked to leave your home (Notice to Quit), Harassment from landlord, Repairs, Deposits, Rent and other charges etc. •The number of complaints to environmental health or to the tenancy relations officer (or similar) relating to health and safety hazards in private rented properties in each of the following years - 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, and 2013. •How many environmental health inspections were carried out in private rented properties in each of the following years - 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, and 2013. Please also provide a breakdown for each year for how many inspections led to no further action taken, how many led to informal action, how many hazard awareness notices were sent, how many improvement notices, how many emergency work notices and how many prohibition notices. •How many officers (FTE) did the council have that had a responsibility for private rental matters in each of the following years - 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, and 2013.04/04/201804/04/2018Information provided
FOI04585details of anyone who has passed away with no known next of kin, from 01/01/2015 to the date of your reply. If there are any new cases dealt with after this date,please also include details in your response.supply a list of any Public Health Act Funerals (also known as Welfare or Environmental Health Act funerals) carried out from the above date if this is not forming part of your reply to the above. include funerals carried out by the council or on behalf of any third party. 1) The deceased's full name(s) 2) The date they passed away 3) The approximate value of their Estate 4) Their dates of birth, or age at death 5) Whether or not they were married, divorced, single or widowed. 6) The maiden surnames of married females or widows 7) Their address at time of death. 8) The date when a referral was made to the Treasury Solicitor or Duchy of Lancaster/Cornwall or any other third party to research or administer, and the name of the third party the Estate was referred to. 9) If a referral to the Treasury Solicitor or Duchy has not been made yet and you are of the belief it may well be, please advise me on this as well.12/04/201811/04/2018Part refused - Section 31
FOI04589How much did your organisation spend on Uniform, Workwear & PPE in the past 12 months (or the most recent complete 12 months) What provider(s) did your organisation use for the supply of Uniform, Workwear & PPE in the past 12 months (or the most recent complete 12 months) If you have a current contract for the supply of Uniform, Workwear & PPE, what supplier(s) is this with? What is the duration of your existing contracts that covers the supply of Uniform, Workwear & PPE ? When do they end? Please provide the job title of the key decision maker pertaining to the selection of the supply of Uniform, Workwear & PPE ?13/04/201809/04/2018Information provided
FOI04590A full list of LTD companies/charities/businesses that have become liable for business rates between 01/03/18-14/03/18. full business name and address/The date of liability/Property Type.13/04/201812/04/2018Information provided
FOI04595Does the council have a Public Space Protection Order,created under the 2014 Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act, which includes a ban on rough sleeping and/or"persistent" and/or "aggressive begging (or similar terms) in its territory?If yes, please provide details of: - When it was created and its exact wording. - The details of Public Space Protection Order and where it applies - How many people have been prosecuted by the council for failing to comply with a PSPO? Provide details for each prosecution - date,conviction etc.16/04/201811/04/2018Information provided
FOI046011) Name and contact details of the departments/council officers who are notified of public health funerals. 2) Name of the deceased 3) Date of birth 4) Date of death 5) Last residential address 6) Have the next of kin/ family members been traced? 7) What date has the details been transferred to the QLTR, Bona Vacantia, Treasury Solicitor, Government Legal Department, National Ultimus Haeres or Duchy? 8) Name and contact details of the department/council officer who refers such cases to the QLTR, Bona Vacantia, Treasury Solicitor, Government Legal Department, National Ultimus Haeres or Duchy.17/04/201816/04/2018Part refused - Section 31
FOI04611Could you please supply me in the form of an excel spreadsheet a list of all business rate payers in your area. If possible please include name, address, rateable value,property description and property reference number.25/04/201819/04/2018Partial response - Section 40
FOI04620From whom did Fawley Parish buy the land on which the former public conveniences were built? Was it it from The Falcon Inn Fawley or Mr J Bull? This is an important detail that could resolve the ownership of unregistered land which lies directly to the rear of said land and is in dispute.27/04/201817/04/2018Information provided
FOI04625A full and up to date list of businesses that have become liable for business rates between the 15th March 2018 to the 31st March 2018. I would like you to include the following Full business name Full address of the property that they have become liable for business rates Date of liability Property type30/04/201819/04/2018Partial response - section 40
FOI04626I am undertaking some research associated with permanently sited caravan parks.Can you please provide a list of Licensed Permanent Holiday Caravan Sites and Permanent Residential Caravan Sites, to include: Site Name Site Address No of caravans for which licence is granted Type of site: Holiday or Residential Name of Licence Holder / Site Manager30/04/201817/04/2018Information provided
FOI04632Please can you provide me with the name and contact details of the manager in the council that is responsible for the Taxi Licensing.02/05/201805/04/2018Information provided
FOI04642relating to unclaimed credits for non-domestic ratepayers. We request a list of both credit balances and credit balance write ons accrued since your earliest records, for the amounts owing to all "incorporated" companies within the authorities billing area, including The name of each ratepayer for which the credit or credit write on relates to. The value of overpayment in each case. The year(s) in which overpayment was made. The hereditament address.04/05/201819/04/2018Partial response - section 40
FOI04646How much of the council's allocated discretionary rates relief funding for the year 2017-2018 was distributed How much of the council's allocated discretionary rates relief funding for the year 2017-2018 remained unspent following the April 1 2018 cut-off point How many businesses received discretionary rates relief for the year 2017-201808/05/201811/04/2018Information provided
FOI04653I need the starting date of all the commercial properties along with their business name around England. Do you have a complete dataset with all the commercial properties around New Forest District Council with their start date and trading name?10/05/201819/04/2018Partial response - section 40
FOI04665Records for ratepayers in respect of payment of Business Rates.15/05/201819/04/2018Partial response - section 40
FOI04667relating to unclaimed business rate credit balances. 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 to.16/05/201819/04/2018partial information supplied - Section 40
FOI04670A) The name of each business in respect of which non-domestic rates are payable. B) The Rateable value of the property. C) The address of the business in respect of which non-domestic rates apply. D) The date the account was created.16/05/201819/04/2018Partial response - Section 40
FOI04677A list of all Non-Domestic Rate accounts in credit within your authority. Once you have reviewed the act we trust you will be in a position to supply the requested information. Should you not deem a full response appropriate, please provide detailed reasoning as to why you are of this opinion.21/05/201823/04/2018Part refused - Section 40
FOI04686How much money did you allocate to your DHP budget on April 1 2017 - new financial year? How much money did you have left over from the allocation pot of money before new financial year - April 1 201823/05/201827/04/2018Information supplied
FOI04690How often is household waste(i.e. non-recyclable rubbish) collected in your authority? a) weekly b) fortnightly c) other (please specify) 2. Have you changed the frequency of collections of household waste (i.e. non-recyclable rubbish) since March 1, 2017? a) Yes b) No 3. If the answer to Q2 is 'yes' please specify the frequency used to be and the date on which the changes came into effect. 4. Please tell me the current frequency of collections for other types of rubbish (e.g. food waste, other recycling) Please note that I am referring to the frequency of bin collections for majority of addresses in your authority. Please disregard special cases such as high rise flats from your answers.24/05/201830/04/2018Information supplied

Service: Multiple Services

FOI04554The planned house price growth in the next 3 to 5 years Are any services used by the Council which are outsourced, if so what? Are there any existing Local Authority Trading Companies within authority? Does the Council own their existing housing stock OR did it get transferred in the 80's? Does the Council own any land assets, if so what? Please can I be provided with the contact details for the CEO and Corporate Directors for Waste, Facilities Management and Property/Housing03/04/201803/04/2018Information provided

Service: Not NFDC

FOI04594The total amount spent on youth services (not including school budgets) in each year since 2009-10? 2) The number of youth centres managed by the local authority in each year since 2009-10 3) The number of youth centres that have closed or been cancelled because of cuts to youth service budgets in each year since 2009-10? 4) The number of youth centres that are proposed for closure within the next year? 5) How many youth service places for young people were there in each year since 2009-10? 6) How many youth work jobs were there in each year since 2009-10?16/04/201812/04/2018Information not held
FOI04608Children transferred to the UK under the Dublin III Regulation 1. Since January 2016 how many unaccompanied children[1] have been transferred to the UK under the Dublin III Regulation to live within your authority's area? 2. Of those children at (1) above, how many were transferred to be reunited with: Parents or siblings Relatives[3] or others (for example cousins 3. In relation to those children identified at (1) above, how many: Are living with the family member or relative they were transferred to the UK in order to join; Are no longer living with the family member or relative they were transferred to the UK to join, but were living with them previously; Never lived with the family member or relative they were transferred to join. 4. Of those children identified at 3 (b), before they ceased to leave with their family member or relative they were transferred to the UK to join, how many: Had an assessment of need by your authority under the 'working together to safeguard children' guidance; Had no assessment of need by your authority; Received financial support from your authority; Received any other support from your authority; 5. Of those children identified at 3(b), after ceasing to live with their family member or relative that they were transferred to the UK to join, how many: Are, or were, accommodated by your authority; Are not receiving, and never have received, any form of accommodation from your authority. Please provide this information to this email address within the 20 day statutory timeframe.23/04/201805/04/2018Information not held
FOI046121. Do you commission or provide antenatal education classes? - yes or no? If yes, what is the annual budget for this/these contracts/service provision? Commission or provide antenatal education classes? Annual budget 2. Answer only if you commission or provide antenatal education classes: (a) Do the practitioners delivering the classes use a specific evidence-based programme/s/model/s? - yes or no? (i) If yes, which one/s and is it/are they licensed? (ii) If no, briefly describe the what programme is provided. (b) Which senior manager/s is/are responsible for the commissioning or provision of this/these service/s? What is/are their email address/s?24/04/201826/03/2018Information not held
FOI046291. How many children did the child and social services department have contact with in 2017 where the child was in the care of social services and at risk of: a) child &/or forced marriage? b) honour-based violence? c) female genital mutilation? 2. How many children did the child and social services department have contact with in 2017 where the child was at risk of a) child &/or forced marriage? b) honour-based violence? c) female genital mutilation?01/05/201805/04/2018Information not held
FOI04630how many deaths in the local authority area were recorded in each of the following calendar years, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017, where the person who died was sleeping rough or recorded as having no address or no fixed abode? Please provide a breakdown for each of the years of the number of deaths by gender, age, whether the person was sleeping rough at the time of their death, cause of death if known, and whether the person was in contact with housing and homelessness services at the time of their death.01/05/2018-Information not held
FOI04634the highways inspection reports and procedures for maintenance workers and anything that relates to the fixing of signs including the correct height that you advise your staff and the legislation that maintenance engineers need to adhere to.03/05/201805/04/2018Information not held
FOI04639Please can you tell me in each year over the last 10 years - how much the council has spent on a meals-on-wheels service each year who has provided this service each year how many meals were distributed in each year how much the service has cost per person each year04/05/201806/04/2018Information not held.
FOI04641IT software procurement04/05/201806/04/2018Information not held.
FOI04643you provide or commission social care?04/05/201810/04/2018Information not held
FOI04647Do you currently operate a Preferred Supplier, Neutral Vendor or Master Vendor agreement for recruiting agency Qualified Social Workers?08/05/201810/04/2018Information not held
FOI046481. The number of people receiving a carers allowance in your local authority each year from 2015 to the present day (or the last day for which data is held). If possible, I would also like to know specifically the number of carers for elderly people (however this is categorised - over 60s for instance) each year.08/05/201810/04/2018Information not held
FOI04649The combined total number of speed humps, bumps, cushions and tables currently installed in your local authority area The height of the largest speed hump, bump, cushion or table installed in your local authority area The height of the smallest speed hump, bump, cushion or table installed in your local authority area The amount of compensation paid out by your local authority to drivers for damage to cars caused by speed humps, bumps, cushions or tables, broken down by year for 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018 to date. Does your local authority have any plans to remove any speed humps, bumps, cushions or tables in your area?09/05/201810/04/2018Information not held
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