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Ps cpres 8 11 10 v8

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Ps cpres 8 11 10 v8

  1. 1. Public Sector Cuts What they mean for Blackburn with Darwen 8th November 2010
  2. 2. Agenda • 6.00 – welcome and introduction • 6.10 – Presentation by Councillor Kate Hollern and Sir Bill Taylor • 6.40 – discussion – facilitated round table session for comment and priorities for specific services • 7.25 – Closing Comments • 7.30 – Close of Session
  3. 3. Blackburn with Darwen Council Councillor Kate Hollern Leader of the Council
  4. 4. Government Spending Review (CSR) • 500,000 public sector jobs likely to go • Equivalent loss in private sector jobs • 28% four-year cut for local government – with the biggest chunk next year • £7bn in additional welfare budget cuts • 40% cut in for Building Schools for the Future projects • Police funding cut by 16% over 4 years
  5. 5. Locally
  6. 6. Vision 2030 • prosperous towns • connected communities • clean places • safe and healthy people
  7. 7. CSR impact for your council • It is a huge challenge – deprived towns in the north will be hit harder • Bluntly this means a cut of £48m over the next four years • The bigger cuts will come faster with a cut of £29m next year • This year we will spend £48m on adult social care, highways and libraries alone
  8. 8. Tough Choices • Council controllable gross spend for services - £411million • Council controllable net spend for services - £143million • Care Trust controllable gross spend for services £295million • Care Trust controllable net spend for services £286million • We ARE thinking ahead • Cuts of 28% from the Government spending review over four years • This will mean cuts of £48m for Blackburn with Darwen - or 35% of the Council controllable spend for services and £29m next year alone • All the Council services are being closely examined - we will be looking at doing things differently, more cheaply or not at all. • Priority has to be to protect the frontline services that you value and rely on the most.
  9. 9. What does the Council spend? The total net budget of £143m for 2010/11 (after taking income from grants and fees into account) is shared across eight portfolios. Actual gross spend in each year is £410m Resources, £21M, 15% Housing, £1M, 1% Environment & Sustainability, £13M, 9% Leisure & Culture, £8M, 6% Children's Services, £33M, 23% Adults Social Care, £42M, 29% N'hoods and Customer Svs, £7M, 6% Regeneration, £18M, 12%
  10. 10. What you get for your money in 2010/11 Portfolio Cost Example Service Cost Adult Social Care £42m Social Care for older people £19.3m Children’s Services £33m Social Care for Children £20.2m Leisure and Culture £8m Leisure Centres, Libraries & Museums £6.8m Environment and Sustainability £13m Refuse collection and Waste Disposal £7m Housing £1m Support for people who are homeless £0.02m Neighbourhoods and Customer Services £7m Customer contact centres in Blackburn & Darwen £2.8m Regeneration £18m Up-keep of roads; pavements & street lights £7.5m Resources £21m Administration of Council Tax £0.57m Total £143m
  11. 11. Where the money comes from General Grants (RSG / ABG / LABGI / Business Rates) 34% Other Service Specific Government Grants 33% Council Tax 16% Other Fees and Charges 17% Contribution from Balances 0%
  12. 12. Blackburn with Darwen Care Trust Plus Sir Bill Taylor: Chair of the Care Trust
  13. 13. The challenge for health • Small increase in NHS funding not enough to meet rising costs and increased patient demand • NHS faces a £15-20bn shortfall nationally to be met by 2013/14. • All NHS organisations expected to improve efficiency by at least 4% per annum • Planned 40%+ management cost reduction by 2013 & major NHS reorganisation is underway • The Care Trust will find out how much funding it will receive for 2011/12 in late December
  14. 14. Our Plans • Planning for minimal budget increase for the next few years • We will focus our resources on key priorities • Substantial savings required to fund investments in local healthcare & meet increased demand • £9m savings this year - through improving efficiency; reducing duplication, management costs etc • As a minimum, Care Trust Plus needs to find additional savings of over £6m in 2011/12 & similar amounts in future years • Will achieve more working in partnership with Council e.g. reduced management and back office costs
  15. 15. What does the Care Trust spend? £0 £10 £20 £30 £40 £50 £60 £70 £80 £90 £100 General/Personal Dental Services - £10m - 3% Purchase of Healthcare from other NHS Bodies - £15m - 5% Purchase of Healthcare from non NHS Providers - £18m - 6% All other costs - £19m - 6% General/Personal Medical Services - £22m - 8% Purchase of Healthcare from Foundation Trusts - £25m - 8% Primary Care Prescribing - £27m - 9% Staff Costs - £30m - 10% Purchase of Healthcare from other Primary Care Trusts - £33m - 11% Purchase of Healthcare from East Lancashire Hospital Trust - £97m - 33% £millions
  16. 16. What you get for your money - Examples Inpatient and Day Case 49,000 Outpatient Attendances 167,000 A & E Attendances 52,000 District Nursing/Treatment Room Contacts 248,000 Health Visitor Contacts 114,000 Podiatry Contacts 34,000 School Nursing Contacts 58,000 Prescription items issued 3,172,000
  17. 17. Your Big Priorities: what you told us • 2008 Place Survey – Clean streets, affordable decent homes, less crime and improved health services • 2009 Vision 2030 research – Improve the local economy and provide more jobs; better schools and college; less crime and communities getting on • 2010 Neighbourhood consultation – Communities getting on, community centres, better public transport, clean streets, improved parks and open spaces, refuse collection
  18. 18. What next • Council Budget Setting process – Grant settlement from Government – December – Policy Council – December – Budget Setting and Consultation – November to February 2011 – Finance Council to set Budget and Council Tax – 7th March 2011 • Care Trust Plus Budget Setting process – NHS Operating Framework and 2011/12 Funding levels issued – December – CTP Financial Plans refreshed – January 2011 – Budget setting completed (including savings & disinvestment plans) – February 2011 – Final budget for 2011/12 presented to CTP Board for approval – March 2011
  19. 19. You’ll be involved • We’ll tell you what is happening and listen to residents and communities – Meetings - residents, staff, voluntary, faith and community groups – Ward Councillor surgeries – Shuttle/local media – Social media (Facebook/Twitter) – Council and other Websites – YouChoose tool where you are asked to make the difficult choices and consider where council budgets cuts should fall, where efficiencies might be made and where income might be generated.

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