HCC Performance and Finance Monitor 4th Quarter 2010/2011 Policy, Resources & Performance Cabinet Panel: 15 th June 2011. report pages 1 to 2. Recommendations. revenue carry forwards totalling £1.395m together with the treatment of grant carry forwards of £15.588m
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NI 130 - Social Care clients receiving Self Directed Support per 100,000 population
(Year to date)
Significant improvement on 2009/10 to 50.0%, meeting the ambitious target.
- inclusion services £1.463m
- admission and transport £1.294m
- early intervention £461k
- district partnership services £622k
- services of young people £997k.
- Performance and Business Support £1.387m
NI 99: Looked after children
reaching level 4 in English
at Key Stage 2
This result (51.0%), based on 35 children, shows good improvement on 2009/10. Though still below our target, this is now again better than the national average.
NI 48 - Children killed or seriously injured
in road traffic accidents (Year to Date – Calendar Year)
Following concerns raised in Q2, the numbers of children at Q4 (43) are well below the target of 56 for the year .
Injuries as a result of fire
(Year to Date)
The number of casualties (64) is well below the 2009/10 level, representing a 13.5% reduction and is also well below the target of 72. .
Agency Spend as a Percentage of
the Staffing Budget - HCC Overall
A significant fall in agency spend figures in Q4, down by over £3m since Dec 10 to a level of £18.8m for the year (6.4%).
Biggest % fall in HCS of 2.1%.
Mar 10 Jun 10 Sep 10 Dec 10 Mar 11
Number of Advertised Vacancies over the past 12 months (rolling year)
The sustained fall in vacancies has continued in Q4, with total numbers falling by 858 since March 2010. Of note, a sharp fall in adult’s social worker vacancies.