Lambeth Social Services budget monitoring review
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Published by London Borough of Lambeth in London .
Written in English


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StatementCraywell Consulting Limited.
ContributionsLambeth (London, England). Council., Craywell Consulting Limited.
The Physical Object
Pagination50p. ;
Number of Pages50
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19087903M

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A notorious paedophile in Lambeth’s care system had a wall of pictures of topless children at his home “like a serial killer”, an inquiry has heard. Leslie Paul was jailed for 13 years in. Lambeth's budget challenge Lambeth has been making huge savings since the Coalition Government came to power in and imposed a 50% cut in our core funding. To balance the books, between and we’ll have had to make savings of more than £ million. services provided through a personal budget, if for a service already provided, must not result in an additional cost to us or Lambeth NHS headteacher of the school where the child or young person attends agrees (this is only if the service or activity will take place within the school). / Budget Reductions Monitoring and Reporting 1. Context This is an update to the report made to this committee on 16 June setting out the process for monitoring and reporting the implementation of savings and the resulting impact to service delivery. Lambeth Council is facing one of the most challenging budgets in its history.

  Lambeth social services director Lisa Christensen adds some new overheads to her weekly staff meetings. Coronavirus (COVID): updates and advice about the impact of coronavirus in Lambeth. Lambeth employed robust practices that enabled it to manage the budget. The challenge facing local government funding in the future was the phasing out of Revenue Support Grant, and the increase in reliance on funding via Business Rates and Council tax which meant an increasing reliance on development within the borough to fund services. • Review, challenge and clearance of procurement reports in respect of major contracts. • Coordinating sign-off, of mid-year and final Housing Benefit subsidy claim, to secure cashflow and multi-million £ funding • Monthly budget monitoring, and presentation of month-end reports to Director • Senior financial support to large scale Title: Assistant Director of Finance- .

Objectives To estimate the impact on hospital utilisation and costs of a multi-faceted primary care intervention for older people identified as being at risk of avoidable hospitalisation. Design Observational study: controlled time series analysis and estimation of costs and cost consequences of the Programme. General practitioner (GP)’s practice level data were analysed from to   The majority of Lambeth’s budget is spent on protecting and caring for vulnerable people in the borough, through Adult Social Care and Children’s Services. Word from Cabinet Cllr Andy Wilson said: “This budget marks over a decade-long period of government cuts to Lambeth council’s budget – and it’s clear that despite the government. The last Budget review identified a £38m spending gap and Lambeth was still required to find an additional £6m savings, but aside from £,, no savings would impact on frontline services and was to come from efficiencies and improved income generation. The library service will still be managed by Lambeth with Lambeth’s library staff providing 35 hours of library staff cover per week for two years, with a review after a year. Alongside the library, and to make the project financially sustainable, the Trust have massively expanded the building’s offer.