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Issue details

Building Stronger Communities – Adult Social Care funding

Purpose of Report: To present information about the proposal to invest funding over the next 2 years in community initiatives which prevent or delay the need for people to access statutory social care provision.
Use of £75,000 of this funding has already been agreed, as per the ‘Listening to Residents: Ward Committees’ paper presented to Executive on 30th July 2015 (whereby £75k will be devolved into ward budgets on a ‘per capita’ basis). Therefore this report makes proposals for the remaining funding.

Members are asked to agree the use of this funding for the purposes outlined in the report.

This report has been deferred to the meeting of Executive on 26 November in order to allow more work to be undertaken with Public Health to align agendas.


This item was withdrawn from the Forward Plan but will now be taken to Executive on 15 December so that further work with public health can be undertaken before the report is considered by Members.

This report has been withdrawn because it will be taken forward as part of a wider project and will come back to Executive at a later date.






Decision type: Non-key

Decision status: Withdrawn

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Notice of proposed decision first published: 29/09/2015

Decision due: 15/12/15 by Executive

Lead member: Executive Member for Adult Social Care and Health

Lead director: Corporate Director of Health, Housing and Adult Social Care

Department: Directorate of Health, Housing and Adult Social Care

Contact: Catherine McGovern Tel: 01904 554066 Email: catherine.mcgovern@york.gov.uk, Michael Melvin, Director of Adults Safeguarding Email: michael.melvin@york.gov.uk.

Consultation process

Contact report author

Making Representations: Contact report author


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