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Decision details

Rewiring Public Services

Decision Maker: Executive

Decision status: Decision Made

Is Key decision?: Yes

Is subject to call in?: Yes


Purpose of Report: The paper will set out the work to transform place-based services, adult social care, children’s social care and customer services over the next three years. It will describe how the innovation programme, ICT capital funding and a new organisation development programme will support the council to achieve its transformation objectives. The paper will set out the savings to be made over the next 2 years.


Cabinet will be asked to agree the proposals to progress with the transformation, including consultation and co-design with residents, and agree the initiation of implementation.



Resolved:  That Cabinet agree to:


(i)           Commission a period of resident engagement, staff engagement and further shaping of the projects between July and September 2014;

(ii)          Approve the decisions set out in Section 2 of the report, supported by the annex and background papers;

(iii)        Note that the Rewiring programme is on-target to deliver the changing relationship between the council, residents, communities, partners and businesses and the savings anticipated in the budget process.

(iv)        Commission a further report for the October Cabinet meeting detailing proposals for Health and Wellbeing and Integration with Health, outcomes from the resident engagement and recommended service delivery changes.  


Reason:     To allow the programme to begin the process of engaging residents in the co-design and co-delivery of the outcomes they want.


Report author: Stewart Halliday

Publication date: 01/07/2014

Date of decision: 01/07/2014

Decided at meeting: 01/07/2014 - Executive

Effective from: 04/07/2014

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