NORTH LANARKSHIRE COUNCIL AGmA REPORT

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AGmANORTH LANARKSHIRE COUNCILREPORT11IIFROM:-PERlQD Ollff109 16mm Q R 8 F S o c W W o R K1IDATE :1SoClAtWoRKIRef. :EMch16 SEPTEMBER1896II11. introductionThis report compares actual expenditure and income against estimates both for the year to date and the prc@cted&-turn. Explanations are provided for the major &-turn variance.6 d an underspend off261,159 (1%). The prqededdautturn indicateswsan underspend of 13,000 (0%) at the year end.The table below provides an analysis of the variances to date and the projected outturn, in terms of thedivisions of service within the Social Work department.IBudgetI'Dvisimof ServiceArmlySrsIManagement and Support Servicese s i i Accom. Children1RResiwAfcffn. kkiyResidential AccaTI. Leamhg DisabMyIiHanewreswviCes'Mi5cellaneouschildrens senrices Day-eaderiY,I Day Care W i gI1'1I 15,705-2t5,386 182644,93015,4291223,764 I76,974.3. ExplmaWn ofmior Outturn Variances bv Dnrrston :Support Services3.1a)35,OOOUnderspend21,000overspendThis underspend relates to the levd of vacanck currently being hekl for the arty partof the year relating to new Day Care Rqects based at MerrystoneCentre Coatbridgeas well as vacancies held for management posts within Headquarters.This is a direct result of management action to offset projected overspends elsewhere.b)I-The budget for rates in rehtion to property at Carron House k insufkient when canparedto the level of charges levied in 199W99. The department is currently investigating thii issue.

8c)-mO,OooverspendThe overspend is a result of two issues. Firstly, travel and subsistence. The budget in thisarea has been reduced as part of last years COrpMate savings program but the level of staffusage has remained at a high level. The projected overspend here is estimated to be flW,Oo0.In addition,therewill be an overspend on Intemal and Ejdemal Transport due to a budgetshortfall in this area.The department is currently conducting a review af this area in anattempt to rationalise orders and achieve Best Value, without seriously impinging uponthe clients who ufilise fhese sm'ces.3.2a)-Reslderdial Accom. Chilrlrna6,000OverspendThe overspend relates to Bdlshifl Children's Home which was initially due for closure on1 April 1998 but was required to provide care into 1999/00. This is a recurrence af the problemsreported in 1998/99. Hcrrvever, the facility was closed on 31 July 1999 and the projected overspendwill be curtailed at this level.b) . E b e a d sThe projected wt-turn relates to the residual cleaning costs associated with Bellshills,mOverspend6,000OverspendChildrens Home.c)The projected out-turn relates to the residual catering costs associated with BellshillChildrens Home.3.3. Residential Bonnm. Elderlyents to OtllKEQbS55,000Underspend30,000Over-recoveredThe budget for Nursing / Residential Homes is fully committed for the financial year.This projected underspend is the result of Areas Teams utilising their Care Element TransferBudget to compensate forother areas of overspend.Committee will be informed of any budget adjustments necessary in this area.lllixmeThe year end projection is for an over-recovery of f30,OOO.Client contributions are calculatedon the basis of beneMs rgceived which fluctuate from c l i t to client on an annual basis.3.4a)lrlwfae350,000 Under-recoveredThe under-rewvery represents a continuation of the pattern which emerged in the previousfinancial year. The work to maximise client income and consequently increase the income tothe council will continue. Area Teams are taking action within their Homecare sections to ensurethat the net Homecare Budget remains on target and consequently, where income targets cannotbe met, budgets will be adjusted.3.6 llllkoellaneovsGhiWern Services200,000Underspend

9The underspend is due to the reduction of expendlure within the List D Schools sector.This is in line with deparbnental policy of caring for children and ywng adults withbehavioural problems within the community rather than within a residential end100,OOOUnderspend110,OOOUnderspendThe underspend is a result of vacancies held within thii division due to the delay in theimplementation of projects for those with Learning Disabilities.b) SL!lwr ld---This budget dates to funds laid aside from the Hospital Discharge Program to provide DayCare Services such as those based at Carrisbrodre Oay Centre, where it is anticipatedthatthere will be slippage by the financial year end.c)Pavmeots tootherThis budget represents the assistance to clients discharged rfom Hospital Care to sat upwithin their own environment. This budget is demand led, and evidence to date suggests ayear end underspend of fl00,000. This will continue to be closely monitored during theremainder of the year.a) l ! ! a Y m m t o O t h e r -The underspend relates to payments to other local authorities in relation to placementswithin Assessment Centres. Due to the policy of placement within the community, the budgetwill not be fully utiised at the year end.4.mThe Director of Fin; lceconcurs with the financial information contained in this report and hasbeen fully involved in its preparation.6.SummarvThe favourable projection is a result of a series of over and underspends within the department at theyear end. Pressures in some areas dthe service such as the budget shortfall within Transport and ther e a l i o n of income within the Homecare Division are being offset by management action in the form ofvacancies being held within some areas as well as savings arising from service initiatives.6.R is recommended that the C o m r n F note the contents of this Report.-P?Director of Social Work

I ANA-COl!.@&XClAI MONCTORlNGRFPmCOMMITTEE SOCIAL WORKTOTAL--INEDESCRIPTION40.(1)BUDGETTO DATE(3)ACTUALTO DATE(4)ffYEAR TO RN(8)ffPROJECTEDOUl-tURNVARIANCES(9)-(2)1.EMPLOYEE ,94136,9 1434144,000Underspend0%2.PROPERTY 0.590-30,000Overspend-1%3.SUPPLIES AND .337.65260,000Underspend4%4.TRANSPORT & 15,101-200.000Overspend-7%5.ADMINISTRATION COSTS204.49a227.255-22,765Overspend-1 1%707,608707,6086.PAYMENTSTO OTHER 66927,201,669459,000Underspend2%7.OTHER ,8438.APPORTIONED EXPENSES1.978.1031,978,1039.CAPITAL FINANCINGCHARGES1,276,0001,276,000fTOTAL -9%12,628,46912,308,469-320,000 Under-RecoveredI12-NET EXPENDITURE0%--11.f-10.-13,000Underspend-3%

0NClAl MONCTORlNG RFPORTPCOMMITTEE SOCIAL WORKDIVISION :MANAGEMENT AND SUPPORT SERWCESINEDESCRIPTIONBUDGETACTUALTO D A T F(2)TO DATE(3)EE40.YEAR TO NffPROJECT'ED ouniVARlANCES(9)(8)f1.EMPLOYEE COSTS4.94 29835,000 Underspenc2.PROPERTY 01,885-21,000 Overspend3.SUPPLIES AND 74.TRANSPORT & PLANT3 .ADMINISTRATION 5076.PAYMENTS TO OTHER BODIES611,315595.14 116,174Underspend2,984,6592,984,6597.OTHER APPORTIONEDEXPENSES1,978.1031,978,1039.CAPITAL ,4351%-200,000 Overspend 10.TOTAL EXPENDITURE6,639,143103,9706,535,173 11.INCOMENET EXPENDITUAE1,639,1681.626,404Underspend2% 51,311I7,397,92417,837,511II1I-186'ooo-188,OoO

RF COUNCllRFPORTPCOMMITTEE SOCIAL WORKDIVISION :RA CHILDRENIN1DESCRIPTIONJO(1)BUDGETTO DATE(3)ACTUALTO DATE(4)ffYEAR TO DATEVARIANCES(5)-(2)1.EMPLOYEE COSTS741.825757,354-15,5292.PROPERTY COSTS55.00950.2593.SUPPLIES AND SERVICES65,3834.TRANSPORT & PLANT5.ADMINISTRATION COSTS6.PAYMENTSTO OTHER BODIES7.OTHER COSTS8.APPORTIONED EXPENSES9.CAPITAL FINANCING ROJECTED OUTTURNVARIANCES(9)fOverspend-2%1,925.0551.93 2-9,000Overspend72,237-6,854Overspend-10%2 942,6429,75619,002-9,246Overspend-95%3 1,6733 d-YTOTAL EXPENDITURE10.1,090,7201,209,966-1 19,246Overspend-1 ET EXPENDITURE-119,181OverspendI

RF COUNCU.PCOMMWEE SOCIAL WORKINEDESCRIPTIONVO.(1)(2)RA ELDERLYDIVISIONBUDGET'TO DATE(3)ACTUALTO DATE(4)YEAR TO RN(8)PROJECTED OUlTURNVARIANCES(9)E1.EMPLOYEE Y 3.SUPPLIES AND 564.TRANSPORT tk MINISTRATION MENTS TO OTHER BODIES4,092,7234,074,22418,499Underspend0%1 1 . 1 15,59611,060,5967.OTHER RTIONED EXPENSES9.CAPITAL FINANCING CHARGES10.TOTAL EXPENDITURE54.158Overspend1%11.-1211,441INCOME.NET 5,00030,000Over-Recovered85,000UnderspendW

EC O U WClAI MO-RFPQBI:PCOMMITTEE: SOCIAL WORKDIVISIONRA LEARNING DISABILITY INEU0DESCRIPTIONBUDGETACTUALTO DATE-(1)(2)TO DATE(3)EE1.EMPLOYEE COSTS172,149I 70ma1,479Underpsend1%496,073496,0722.PROPERTY SUPPLIES AND SERVICES18,410I 7,3001,110Underspend6%186,400186,40C4.TRANSPORT & TRATION COSTS1,046887159Underspend15%3,3983.3996.PAYMENTS TO OTHER BODIES7.OTHER COSTS8.APPORTIONED EXPENSES9.CAPITAL FINANCINGCHARGESYEAR TO TTURNffPROJECTED 1Underspend2%4,140,7054,140.70521,98023,0951 .i15Over-recovered5%60,61060,610- 10.TOTAL -Underspend-Underspend

COMMITTEE SOCIAL WORKDIVISIONHOME CARE SERVICESINE10.11)-DESCRIPTIONBUDGETTO DATE(3)(2)1.EMPLOYEE COSTS2,420,523:2,379.1 572.PROPERTY COSTS17.4193.SUPPLIES AND SERVICES4.TRANSPORT & PLANT5.ADMINISTRATION COSTS6.PAYMENTS TO OTHER BODIES7.OTHER COSTS8.APPORTIONED EXPENSES9.CAPITAL FINANCINGCHARGES10.YEAR TO DATEACTUALTO RN(8)fPROJECTED OUTTURNVARIANCES(9) rspend8%41,7794 08,463-22.100Overspend-26%231,906231,9064,602I 38%1,811,3381,411.338ITOTAL EXPENDITURE11.12INCOMENET t-215,386Overspend-350,000 Under-Recovery-197/-61-350,000Overspend

I AN-RFCOMM17TEE SOCIAL WORKDIVISION :COUNWMISCELLANEOUS CHILDRENS SERVICESSNEU0DESCRIPTION(1)-(2)1.EMPLOYEE 9,3902.PROPERTY PPLIES AND 304.TRANSPORT & PLANT22,90136.286-13,385Overspend-58%6 1,89061,8905.ADMINISTRATION ENTSTO OTHER 04,014,5907.OTHER ED EXPENSES9.CAPITAL FINANCING )ACTUALTO DATE(4)ffTO DATEYEAR TO GET%(6)-TOTAL EXPENDITURE11%6,481,4226,281,422 11.12INCOMENET 000Underspend5% 200.000Underspend200,000Underspend

Imm COUNCLOMElNANClAI -COMMITTEE SOCIAL WORKDIVISIONDAY CARE ELDERLYINEDESCRIPTION40.BUDGETTO DATE(3)ACTUALTO DATE(4)ffYEAR TO DATEVARIANCES(5)-(2)1.EMPLOYEE COSTS275.113290,902-15.7892.PROPERTY COSTS37,73433.1483.SUPPLIES AND SERVICES16,9804.TRANSPORT & PLANT5.ADMINISTRATION COSTS6.PAYMENTSTO OTHER BODIES7.OTHER COSTS8.APPORTIONED EXPENSES9.CAPITAL end75%7,8007.8oaTOTAL ET DGET(7) 2,280,7052,280,705258.409258,409

IRF COUNCILI MO-RFPOBI:COMMITI'EE: SOCIAL WORKIN1DESCRIPTION40(1)DIVISIONBUDGETTO DATE(3)ACTUALTO DATE(4)ff-(2)1.EMPLOYEE COSTS762,991737.5822.PROPERTY COSTS63,9773.SUPPLIES AND SERVICES4.TRANSPORT &PLANT5.ADMINISTRATION COSTS6.PAYMENTS TO OTHER BODIES7.OTHER COSTS8.APPORTIONEDEXPENSES9.CAPITAL FINANCINGCHARGES to.DAY CARE LEARNING DISABILITYYEAR TO 308Underspend12.30012,3001,310,7681,231,I 596Under-recovery229,47115,000 Underspend1%60.000 Underspend51%IM).OOOUnderspend TOTAL EXPENDITURE175,000 Underspend11.INCOMEI12iNET 000Underspend

-aCOMMITTEE SOCIAL WORKRF COUNWDIVISIONOTHER SOCIAL WORK SERVICES INEDESCRIPTION40.BUDGETTO DATE(3)ACTUALTO DATE(4)ffYEAR TO DATEVARIANCES(5)% NVARIANCES(9)fff-(2)I.EMPLOYEE 0.0852.PROPERTY SUPPLIES AND PORT 8 5.ADMINISTRATION AYMENTSTO OTHER BODIES1,350,5191,327,45423.065Underspend2%1,162.1 251,052,1257.OTHER COSTS3.1832,424759Underspend24%5005008.APPORTIONED EXPENSES9.CAPITAL FINANCING CHARGES10.TOTAL MEN I T EXPENDITURE8.89013,19681,720Underspend

NORTH LANARKSHIRE COUNCIL AGmA REPORT 1 1 I I 1 1 IFROM: QR8FSocWWoRK PERlQD Ollff109 - 16mm I I SoClAtWoRK DATE : 16 SEPTEMBER1896 Ref. : EMch I I 1 1. introduction This report compares actual expenditure and income against estimates both for the year to date and the prc@cted &-turn. Explanations are provided for the major &-turn variance.

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