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Dear Hull City Council,

Please may I request the following information:

1.How many elderly people need residential care homes/assisted living/supported living within the Local Authority?
What percentage of those living in elderly residential care homes/assisted living/supported living do you place within the Local Authority area?

2.How many adults with learning disabilities need residential care homes/assisted living/supported living within the Local Authority?
What percentage of those adults with learning disabilities living in residential care homes/ assisted living or supported living do you place within the Local Authority area?

What we mean by residential care home, assisted living, or supported living is the following:
Residential Care Home
Assisted Living - 24 hour supported living (small group living together with 24 hour
support)
Supported Living - Individuals living individually but in a block of apartments, where
there is support available within the block either 24 hours a day, or
during the day (but not overnight)

3. How many adults are homeless within the council?
What percentage of adults are homeless rehoused in supported housing until they are rehoused by the council?

We would require the most up to date statistics of homelessness in your area that fits your criteria for those to be temporarily rehoused for example:
having no accommodation at all
having accommodation that is not reasonable to live in, even in the short-term (eg because of violence or health reasons)

Yours faithfully,

Everton Wynter

Information Governance, Hull City Council

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Barkworth Jane, Hull City Council

Dear Ms Everton

 

Freedom of Information Act 2000 – Information Request -  1345/17

 

Before we can proceed with your Freedom of Information request received on
, we require some clarification from you please.

 

Please can you clarify the answer to our questions regarding question 3 in
blue below as we need to establish exactly what information you are
interested in.

 

Questions

 

Please may I request the following information:

 

1.How many elderly people need residential care homes/assisted
living/supported living within the Local

Authority?

 

What percentage of those living in elderly residential care homes/assisted
living/supported living do you

place within the Local Authority area?

 

2.How many adults with learning disabilities need residential care
homes/assisted living/supported

living within the Local Authority?

 

What percentage of those adults with learning disabilities living in
residential care homes/ assisted living

or supported living do you place within the Local Authority area?

 

What we mean by residential care home, assisted living, or supported
living is the following:

Residential Care Home

Assisted Living  -  24 hour supported living (small group living together
with 24 hour

support)

Supported Living -  Individuals living individually but in a block of
apartments, where there is support

available within the block either 24 hours a day, or during the day (but
not overnight)

 

3. How many adults are homeless within the council? 

 

 

Can you please ask if this as of a particular date or if this is generally
they can access the live data tables on the DCLG website  

 

What percentage of adults are homeless rehoused in supported housing until
they are rehoused by the council? 

 

 

I am unable to answer this question – As part of prevention we refer
applicant’s to Hostel accommodation were they can use the move on process
– I can provide figures of number of cases closed each quarter due to
accessing Hostels  

 

We would require the most up to date statistics of homelessness in your
area that fits your criteria for

those to be temporarily rehoused for example:

having no accommodation at all

having accommodation that is not reasonable to live in, even in the
short-term (eg because of violence

or health reasons)

 

 

As above

 

Under the Act we have 20 working days to respond to your request however
the clock has been suspended and will restart once clarification of the
above has been received.

 

Should you wish to complain about our response in any way this must
initially be done by e-mailing [1][Hull City Council request email] or by
contacting us at The Information Governance Team, The Guildhall, Alfred
Gelder Street, Hull, HU1 2AA.

 

If you are not satisfied with the outcome of the internal review then you
may take your complaint to the Information Commissioner’s Office, the
government body established to enforce the legislation.

 

Information Commissioner’s Office

Wycliffe House Water Lane,

Wilmslow,

Cheshire,

SK9 5AF

 

Web site: [2]https://ico.org.uk

Report a concern: [3]https://ico.org.uk/concerns/

Email: [4][email address]

Tel: 0303 123 1113 (local rate) or 01625 545 745 (national rate)

 

ICO states that any emails you choose to send to them, or that they send
to you, are not secure as email messages can be intercepted.

ICO asks that you include a contact telephone number on any emails you
send to them. 

 

The Council’s Freedom of Information Policy, which includes the charging
policy, is available on request and from the web site
[5]www.hullcc.gov.uk.  Also available is a booklet on ‘Accessing
Information from Hull City Council’ which explains how to request
information and your rights (according to the Data Protection Act 1998 and
The Freedom of Information Act 2000).

 

 

 

 

Yours sincerely,

 

 

 

 

 

Information Governance Officer

Town Clerk's Service

Hull City Council

Tel: 01482 300300

 

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Dear Barkworth Jane,

There is no information highlighted in blue please advise

Yours sincerely,

Everton Wynter

Barkworth Jane, Hull City Council

Hi

Please see the queries under the questions below, which we need answers to:

3. How many adults are homeless within the council?

Can you please ask if this as of a particular date or if this is generally they can access the live data tables on the DCLG website

What percentage of adults are homeless rehoused in supported housing until they are rehoused by the council?

I am unable to answer this question – As part of prevention we refer applicant’s to Hostel accommodation were they can use the move on process – I can provide figures of number of cases closed each quarter due to accessing Hostels

thanks

jane

Dear Barkworth Jane,

Due to requesting this information nationally we have revised the question asked to gain further clarification and to allow us to ask clear questions that should yield better results than the previous question

Please may I request the following information:

OLDER PEOPLE

1. 1.How many older people need residential care homes within your Local Authority?

2. How many older people need assisted living within your Local Authority?

3. How many older people need supported living within the Local Authority?

4. What percentage of those living in elderly residential care homes/assisted living/supported living do you place within the Local Authority area?

5. What percentage of those living in elderly residential care homes/assisted living/supported living do you place outside the Local Authority area?

6. Would it be right to say that it is the council’s preference to place older people within the borough?

7. Would it be right to say that the existing provisions are adequate for the needs of the older people within the borough?

8. In respect of older people, how many of the placements are within private provisions?

9. In respect of older people, how many of the placements are within the council’s own provisions?

ADULTS WITH DISABILITIES

1. 1.How many adults with learning disabilities need residential care homes within your Local Authority?

2. How many adults with learning disabilities need assisted living within your Local Authority?

3. How many adults with learning disabilities need supported living within the Local Authority?

4. What percentage of those living in adults with learning disabilities residential care homes/assisted living/supported living do you place within the Local Authority area?

5. What percentage of those living in adults with learning disabilities residential care homes/assisted living/supported living do you place outside the Local Authority area?

6. Would it be right to say that it is the council’s preference to place adults with learning disabilties within the borough?

7. Would it be right to say that the existing provisions are adequate for the needs of the adult with learning disabilities within the borough?

8. In respect of adults with learning disabilities, how many of the placements are within private provisions?

9. In respect of adults with learning disabilities, how many of the placements are within the council’s own provisions?

What we mean by residential care home, assisted living, or supported living is the following:
Residential Care Home
Assisted Living - 24 hour supported living (small group living together with 24 hour
support)
Supported Living - Individuals living individually but in a block of apartments, where
there is support available within the block either 24 hours a day, or
during the day (but not overnight)

HOMELESS

1. Would it be right to say that it is the council’s preference to place homeless within the borough?

2. Would it be right to say that the existing provisions are adequate for the needs of the homeless within the borough?

3. In respect of the homeless, how many of the placements are within private provisions?

4. In respect of the homeless, how many of the placements are within the council’s own provisions?

We would require the most up to date statistics of homelessness in your area that fits your criteria for those to be temporarily rehoused for example:
having no accommodation at all
having accommodation that is not reasonable to live in, even in the short-term (eg because of violence or health reasons)
Those who are unintentionally homeless.

Yours sincerely,

Everton Wynter

Information Governance, Hull City Council

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Dear Ms Wynter

 

Freedom of Information Act 2000 – Information Request - 001531/17

 

With regard to your Freedom of Information request received on 12
September 2017 please find attached the answers to your questions.

 

 

 

 

Although information supplied in response to your request may be in PDF
and Microsoft Excel format please feel free to contact us should you wish
the information to be supplied in an alternative more readable/reusable
format

 

We hope that you will be satisfied with our response and should you
require any further information then please do not hesitate to contact
us. 

 

 

Should you wish to complain about our response in any way this must
initially be done by e-mailing [1][Hull City Council request email] or by
contacting us at The Information Governance Team, The Guildhall, Alfred
Gelder Street, Hull, HU1 2AA.

 

If you are not satisfied with the outcome of the internal review then you
may take your complaint to the Information Commissioner’s Office, the
government body established to enforce the legislation.

 

Information Commissioner’s Office

Wycliffe House Water Lane,

Wilmslow,

Cheshire,

SK9 5AF

 

Web site: [2]https://ico.org.uk

Report a concern: [3]https://ico.org.uk/concerns/

Email: [4][email address]

Tel: 0303 123 1113 (local rate) or 01625 545 745 (national rate)

 

ICO states that any emails you choose to send to them, or that they send
to you, are not secure as email messages can be intercepted.

ICO asks that you include a contact telephone number on any emails you
send to them. 

 

The Council’s Freedom of Information Policy, which includes the charging
policy, is available on request and from the web site
[5]www.hullcc.gov.uk.  Also available is a booklet on ‘Accessing
Information from Hull City Council’ which explains how to request
information and your rights (according to the Data Protection Act 1998 and
The Freedom of Information Act 2000).

 

 

This information may be subject to copyright. The Freedom of Information
Act does not give you an automatic right to re-use this information in a
way that would infringe copyright, for example, by publishing it or
distributing copies.  You are free to use it for your own purposes
including any non-commercial research or private study or for the purposes
of news reporting.

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Yours sincerely

 

 

 

 

Information Governance Team

Town Clerk's Service

Hull City Council

Tel: 01482 300300

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Dear Information Governance,

Processes within the commissioning team:
1. Can you explain your commissioning process for private residential adult with learning disabilities care providers?
2. Do you operate an approved provider’s list of private residential care providers?
3. If so, how many providers are currently on this list?
4. Is the list closed, and if yes for how long?
5. Do you operate competitive tendering when introducing new organisations in the council’s procurement?
6. How can a private residential care home provider approach the council when wishing to introduce their service?
7. Who should be approached within the council to discuss referrals, rates, and commissioning?
8. Once a service is established how is this service promoted in the council?

Current services in place:

9. How many Adults with learning difficulties care homes does the council operate?
10. How many Adults with learning difficulties are placed in care homes that you operate?
11. How many Adults with learning difficulties are placed with private residential care providers?
12. What is the average weekly cost of placing an adult with learning disabilities in a care home you operate?
13. What is the average weekly cost of placing an adult with learning disabilities in a private care home including lowest and highest amount based on their needs?
14. What is the average size of the care homes you place adults with learning disabilities in (i.e. how many adults can they accommodate)?
15. What is the average distance adults with learning disabilities are a placed from their home?
16. Do you make more referrals to short stay residential placements or long-term residential placements for adults with learning disabilities?
17. When an adult with learning disabilities is referred do we have a contract for a set period of time?
18. How much do you charge private care homes per adult with learning disabilities for emergency referrals (maximum and minimum prices) and how much notice is the home given before an adult is placed?
19. Is there more of a need for more short-term placements or long-term placements for adults with learning disabilities?
20. What is the process for local authorities when making a referral to a private care home?
21. Do local authorities negotiate or have set rate or prices based on an adult's with learning disabilities needs?
22. Do rates vary depending on need/ behavioural problems?
23. Once established as a provider how will the organisation be promoted within the council?
24 What are the areas that local authorities feel need more service provision in?
25. What other services in the council refer adults with learning disabilities to homes?
26. How long do adults with learning disabilities stay in emergency short stay placements on average?

Yours sincerely,

Everton Wynter

Information Governance, Hull City Council

Dear Ms Wynter,

 

Freedom of Information Act 2000 – Information Request - 001725/17

 

We acknowledge receipt of your information request received on 17/10/2017
which is being processed according to the Freedom of Information Act
(2000)

 

The legislation allows us 20 working days to respond which takes us to
14/11/2017.  There are some circumstances under which this deadline may be
extended legally but we will inform you as soon as we know if these apply.

 

Questions

 

Processes within the commissioning team:

1. Can you explain your commissioning process for private residential
adult with learning disabilities care providers?

2. Do you operate an approved provider’s list of private residential care
providers?

3. If so, how many providers are currently on this list?

4. Is the list closed, and if yes for how long?

5. Do you operate competitive tendering when introducing new organisations
in the council’s procurement?

6. How can a private residential care home provider approach the council
when wishing to introduce their service?

7. Who should be approached within the council to discuss referrals,
rates, and commissioning?

8. Once a service is established how is this service promoted in the
council?

 

Current services in place:

9. How many Adults with learning difficulties care homes does the council
operate?

10. How many Adults with learning difficulties are placed in care homes
that you operate?

11. How many Adults with learning difficulties are placed with private
residential care providers?

12. What is the average weekly cost of placing an adult with learning
disabilities in a care home you operate?

13. What is the average weekly cost of placing an adult with learning
disabilities in a private care home including lowest and highest amount
based on their needs?

14. What is the average size of the care homes you place adults with
learning disabilities in (i.e. how many adults can they accommodate)?

15. What is the average distance adults with learning disabilities are a
placed from their home?

16. Do you make more referrals to short stay residential placements or
long-term residential placements for adults with learning disabilities?

17. When an adult with learning disabilities is referred do we have a
contract for a set period of time?

18. How much do you charge private care homes per adult with learning
disabilities for emergency referrals (maximum and minimum prices) and how
much notice is the home given before an adult is placed?

19. Is there more of a need for more short-term placements or long-term
placements for adults with learning disabilities?

20. What is the process for local authorities when making a referral to a
private care home?

21. Do local authorities negotiate or have set rate or prices based on an
adult's with learning disabilities needs?

22. Do rates vary depending on need/ behavioural problems?

23. Once established as a provider how will the organisation be promoted
within the council?

24 What are the areas that local authorities feel need more service
provision in?

25. What other services in the council refer adults with learning
disabilities to homes?

26. How long do adults with learning disabilities stay in emergency short
stay placements on average?

 

 

Should you wish to complain about our response in any way this must
initially be done by e-mailing [1][Hull City Council request email] or by
contacting us at The Information Governance Team, The Guildhall, Alfred
Gelder Street, Hull, HU1 2AA.

 

If you are not satisfied with the outcome of the internal review then you
may take your complaint to the Information Commissioner’s Office, the
government body established to enforce the legislation.

 

Information Commissioner’s Office

Wycliffe House Water Lane,

Wilmslow,

Cheshire,

SK9 5AF

 

Web site: [2]https://ico.org.uk

Report a concern: [3]https://ico.org.uk/concerns/

Email: [4][email address]

Tel: 0303 123 1113 (local rate) or 01625 545 745 (national rate)

 

ICO states that any emails you choose to send to them, or that they send
to you, are not secure as email messages can be intercepted.

ICO asks that you include a contact telephone number on any emails you
send to them. 

 

The Council’s Freedom of Information Policy, which includes the charging
policy, is available on request and from the web site
[5]www.hullcc.gov.uk.  Also available is a booklet on ‘Accessing
Information from Hull City Council’ which explains how to request
information and your rights (according to the Data Protection Act 1998 and
The Freedom of Information Act 2000).

 

 

Yours sincerely,

 

 

Information Governance Team

Town Clerk's Service

Hull City Council

Tel: 01482 300300

[email address]

 

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Information Governance, Hull City Council

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Dear Ms Wynter

 

Freedom of Information Act 2000 – Information Request - 001725/17

 

With regard to your Freedom of Information request received on 17 October
2017, please find attached the answers to your questions.

 

 

 

 

Although information supplied in response to your request may be in a pdf
format please feel free to contact us should you wish the information to
be supplied in an alternative more readable/reusable format

 

We hope that you will be satisfied with our response and should you
require any further information then please do not hesitate to contact
us. 

 

 

Should you wish to complain about our response in any way this must
initially be done by e-mailing [1][Hull City Council request email] or by
contacting us at The Information Governance Team, The Guildhall, Alfred
Gelder Street, Hull, HU1 2AA.

 

If you are not satisfied with the outcome of the internal review then you
may take your complaint to the Information Commissioner’s Office, the
government body established to enforce the legislation.

 

Information Commissioner’s Office

Wycliffe House Water Lane,

Wilmslow,

Cheshire,

SK9 5AF

 

Web site: [2]https://ico.org.uk

Report a concern: [3]https://ico.org.uk/concerns/

Email: [4][email address]

Tel: 0303 123 1113 (local rate) or 01625 545 745 (national rate)

 

ICO states that any emails you choose to send to them, or that they send
to you, are not secure as email messages can be intercepted.

ICO asks that you include a contact telephone number on any emails you
send to them. 

 

The Council’s Freedom of Information Policy, which includes the charging
policy, is available on request and from the web site
[5]www.hullcc.gov.uk.  Also available is a booklet on ‘Accessing
Information from Hull City Council’ which explains how to request
information and your rights (according to the Data Protection Act 1998 and
The Freedom of Information Act 2000).

 

 

This information may be subject to copyright. The Freedom of Information
Act does not give you an automatic right to re-use this information in a
way that would infringe copyright, for example, by publishing it or
distributing copies.  You are free to use it for your own purposes
including any non-commercial research or private study or for the purposes
of news reporting.

If you wish to re-use this information and this was not specified in your
initial application please contact us to discuss conditions for re-use. In
most cases we will permit use and re-use in accordance with The Open
Government Licence which can be found at
[6]www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/doc/open-government-licence

 

 

Yours sincerely

 

 

 

 

Information Governance Team

Town Clerk's Service

Hull City Council

Tel: 01482 300300

 

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