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Dear Bury Metropolitan Borough Council,

We are a provider of high quality accommodation and support for semi-independent living for Care Leavers 16+ based in Merseyside and have a few questions:

1) Who specifically can we contact to gain access to the portal/tender?
2) Once all mandatory documents have been uploaded and verified on your portal, how long is it before a new provider starts getting referrals?
3) Can you advise on the councils required property standards for up to 3 different tenants/occupants 16+?
4) Does the Local authority/ Childrens Trust carry out an inspection of the property before placements commence?
5) How many young people 16+ have been placed with private providers in the local authority since beginning of 2019?
5) Do you hold provider meetings? If so how can one arrange to attend one of these?
7) How often does the local authority/childrens' trust make payments to providers for services provided?
8) What is the average weekly payment amount to semi independent living providers for 16+?
9) Please supply list of standard policies & procedures the Local authority/Childrens' Trust expect from providers?
10) Apart from the placements portal, is there any other way of getting care leaver placements?

Yours faithfully,

Lewis Jones

Customer Contact Team, Bury Metropolitan Borough Council

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Dear Lewis Jones,

 

Request for Information - Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOIA).
Reference - 10967

 

We confirm receipt of your email received by the Council on 17/06/2019 in
which you request the information below

 

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Yours sincerely

 

Freedom of Information

Communities and Wellbeing

 

Bury Council, Department for Communities and Wellbeing

Performance and Intelligence

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Subject: Freedom of Information Request Housing Other

 

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Freedom of Information Request for Housing Other (not six town)
We are a provider of high quality accommodation and support for
semi-independent living for Care Leavers 16+ based in Merseyside and have
a few questions:

1) Who specifically can we contact to gain access to the portal/tender?
2) Once all mandatory documents have been uploaded and verified on your
portal, how long is it before a new provider starts getting referrals?
3) Can you advise on the councils required property standards for up to 3
different tenants/occupants 16+?
4) Does the Local authority/ Childrens Trust carry out an inspection of
the property before placements commence?
5) How many young people 16+ have been placed with private providers in
the local authority since beginning of 2019?
5) Do you hold provider meetings? If so how can one arrange to attend one
of these?
7) How often does the local authority/childrens' trust make payments to
providers for services provided?
8) What is the average weekly payment amount to semi independent living
providers for 16+?
9) Please supply list of standard policies & procedures the Local
authority/Childrens' Trust expect from providers?
10) Apart from the placements portal, is there any other way of getting
care leaver placements?

The request has been sent to the following departments: Housing Other

If you have any further questions about this issue please ring 5353, or
Email [3][Bury Council request email] quoting the CRM reference
number. 

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Yours faithfully
Customer Contact Team
Bury Council

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CSFOIRequests, Bury Metropolitan Borough Council

Request for Information - Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOIA)

 

Further to your recent request for information under the Freedom of
Information Act received on 17.06.2019 , I am able to supply the following
information on behalf of Bury Council.
1) Who specifically can we contact to gain access to the portal/tender?

Bury Council collaborates with the other North West LAs and jointly
commission through Placements Northwest. PNW manage the process on behalf
of [Authority name] Children’s Services and the contact is Sarah
Austin who is the Placements Northwest Manager
[1][email address]

 

2) Once all mandatory documents have been uploaded and verified on your
portal, how long is it before a new provider starts getting referrals?

 

This information is not held as it depends on how many providers have
applied, and what type of procurement it is, therefore it would be
variable. We would hope to communicate to providers if there is a
significant delay

 

3) Can you advise on the councils required property standards for up to 3
different tenants/occupants 16+?

This is down to each area planning regulations and not a PNW element,
though we would advise that a provider contact local housing team to
understand local area regulations.

 

4) Does the Local authority/ Childrens Trust carry out an inspection of
the property before placements commence?

Not necessarily, it depends on the type of provision. For example if it is
Ofsted registered then it would be unlikely.

 

5) How many young people 16+ have been placed with private providers in
the local authority since beginning of 2019?

11 young people have been placed in such arrangements since the 1^st of
January 2019. This is not the total number of young people living in such
arrangements but our reading of the question is that this is who has been
placed

 

6) Do you hold provider meetings? If so how can one arrange to attend one
of these?

Yes, you would need to speak to the Local Authorities Designated Officer.

 

7) How often does the local authority/Childrens' trust make payments to
providers for services provided?

This information is not held as we do not currently have a set payment
schedule. It is on receipt of invoice and depends on the type of provision
so would be variable

 

8) What is the average weekly payment amount to semi-independent living
providers for 16+?

£800-£1000

 

9) Please supply list of standard policies & procedures the Local
authority/Childrens' Trust expect from providers?

These will form part of the tender process and will be available when the
portal is opened for new applicants.

 

10) Apart from the placements portal, is there any other way of getting
care leaver placements?

Care Levers Request for Placements are sent-out first to the providers on
the Placements Northwest 16 Plus Framework. Once this has been exhausted
'Off Framework' Providers are considered.

 

 

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For transparency purposes, it is now the Council's policy to advise on the
costs of dealing with each Freedom of Information request.  Please note
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Should you have any queries regarding this, please contact me on the
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Yours sincerely

Sally

 

Sally Lever | Administration Manager - Information | Strategy and
Commissioning | Children, Young People & Culture | Bury Council | 3
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Nid ydym yn gwybod a yw'r ymateb mwyaf diweddar i'r cais hwn yn cynnwys gwybodaeth neuai peidio - os chi ywLewis Jones mewngofnodwch a gadael i bawb wybod.