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Suffolk County Council Budget Conversation 2012. The Challenge. A continued increase in demand for our services Reduced funding from central government Budget gap of £26.2m this year (2012/13) Additional £52m of savings needed for next two years (2013/14 and 2014/15). Our Priorities.

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Suffolk county council budget conversation 2012

Suffolk County CouncilBudget Conversation 2012


The challenge
The Challenge

  • A continued increase in demand for our services

  • Reduced funding from central government

  • Budget gap of £26.2m this year (2012/13)

  • Additional £52m of savings needed for next two years (2013/14 and 2014/15)


Our priorities
Our Priorities

  • Jobs and growth

  • Education

  • Localism and the our place agenda

  • Protecting the most vulnerable

  • Building on Suffolk’s strengths


Some practical examples
Some practical examples

  • Economic growth and inward investment including tourism

  • Delivering Broadband

  • Raising the bar

  • The Greenest County

  • Public health

  • Working with communities

  • Partnership working – single public sector estate and public access




Where we spend the money 2012-13(excluding schools) £680m


Budget setting timetable key dates
Budget setting timetableKey dates

  • Scrutiny - November 26th

  • Cabinet – January 29th

  • Full Council – February 14th


What did we say we would do
What did we say we would do?

  • Reduce the number of managers in the organisation

  • Rationalise office accommodation

  • Work with CSD to reduce overheads

  • Make savings from better procurement

  • Suffolk Traded Services (EFMS from 1 Nov 2011)

  • Annual Efficiency targets for everyone

  • Different ways of working in ACS and CYP

  • Reduce the back office


What savings have we delivered
What savings have we delivered?

  • 40 fewer senior managers – saving £1.5m

  • Rationalisation of office accommodation – saving £0.7m

  • £1.5m saved on the CSD contract

  • Savings in Waste Services £0.7m

  • £0.5m saved from better procurement practices

  • Suffolk traded services divested – saving £0.5m

  • ACS new ways of working – on target to save £12.5m

  • CYP new operating model on target to save £4.3m

  • £2.4m saved from back office


What savings we plan to deliver 2013 14
What savings we plan to deliver 2013-14

  • Back Office and other activities £5.9m

  • Adult and Community Services £9.9m

  • Children and Young People £4.5m

  • Economy Skills and Environment £4.1m

  • Public Protection Social Inclusion and Diversity £0.6m



More information
More information

www.suffolk.gov.uk/WeAreListening

Email: [email protected]

Tel: 01473 264388


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