Spending on adult social care

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Dear Sunderland City Council,

Under the Freedom of Information Act, I kindly request the following information on spending on adult social care services in your local authority:

1) What was the net expenditure for a) all adult social care and b) social care for adults aged 18-65 with a learning disability for the following financial years:

i. 2007/08
ii. 2008/09
iii. 2009/10
iv. 2010/11;

and what were the agreed budget figures for v. 2011/12?

2) What was the gross expenditure for a) all adult social care and b) social care for adults aged 18-65 with a learning disability as percentages of the council’s total expenditure for the following financial years:

i. 2007/08
ii. 2008/09
iii. 2009/10
iv. 2010/11;

and as percentages of the agreed budget figures for v. 2011/12?

3) How much a) gross and b) net funding for all adult social care has been allocated in the 2012/13 draft budget:

i) in cash terms
ii) as a percentage of the total draft budget?

4) How much a) gross and b) net funding for social care for adults aged 18-65 with a learning disability has been allocated in the 2012/13 draft budget:

i) in cash terms
ii) as a percentage of the total draft budget?

Yours faithfully,

Jane Alltimes

Solicitor - Freedom of Information, Sunderland City Council

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David Elliott, Sunderland City Council

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Dear Jane
 
Please find attached the Sunderland City Council response to your recent
FoI Request. If you have any queries, please just let me know
 
I don't know if you are aware, but a lot of the information you have
requested is available on the government statistics website via the PSSEX1
returns from local authorities. If you follow the link below you should be
able to reach the site
 

[1]http://www.statistics.gov.uk/hub/health-...

 

 I hope this is satisfactory. However, if you are dissatisfied with our
response to your request for information, you may request a further
review. This will be removed from the Directorate and coordinated by the
Council’s Information Manager. A request for review should be directed
by email to [2][Sunderland City Council request email], or by post or by
hand addressed to; Information Governance Officer, Governance Services,
Civic Centre, PO Box 100, Sunderland SR2 7DN

 

Kind regards

 

David Elliott

 

Health Housing and Adult Services
Sunderland City Council
Leechmere Centre
Claymere Road
Leechmere
Sunderland
SR2 9TQ
Tel 0191 5661626

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liz jones left an annotation ()

Jane,brilliant questions .
You may be interested in some of my questions for comparisons.
Liz
[Carers Solidarity Forum]