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NI 132 - Timeliness of social care assessment

Acceptable waiting times for assessments: For new clients, the percentage from where the time from first contact to completion of assessment is less than or equal to four weeks. Source: Referrals,...

Environment Agency Enforcement Undertakings

This is a list of cases in which the Environment Agency has accepted a civil sanctions enforcement undertaking (EU) for environmental offences. Attribution statement: © Environment Agency copyright...

NI 156 - Number of households living in temporary accommodation

This indicator measures the numbers of households living in temporary accommodation. Temporary accommodation under homelessness provisions - The duty owed to a household accepted by a local housing...

NI 133 - Timeliness of social care packages

Acceptable waiting times for delivery of care packages following assessment: For new clients aged 65+, the percentage for whom the time from completion of assessment to provision of services in the...

Ramsar sites

A Ramsar site is the land listed as a Wetland of International Importance under the Convention on Wetlands of International Importance Especially as Waterfowl Habitat (the Ramsar Convention) 1973....

IMD Barriers to Housing and Services Domain 2007

Is one of 7 domains of the IMD, the indicators used in this domain are; - Household overcrowding - District level rate of acceptances under the homelessness provisions of the 1996 Housing Act,...

Homelessness Decisions , England, District

Decisions on whether a household is homeless and in priority need. The term "Homelessness" is often considered to apply only to people "sleeping rough". However, most of our statistics on...

Section 106 Orders

Section 106 Orders (S106) within Mole Valley, Surrey. Section 106's are a mechanism which make a development proposal acceptable in planning terms, that would not otherwise be acceptable. Upon...

Section 106 Orders

Section 106 Orders (S106) within Mole Valley, Surrey. Section 106's are a mechanism which make a development proposal acceptable in planning terms, that would not otherwise be acceptable. Upon...

Patient Environment Action Team (PEAT)

PEAT (Patient Environment Action Team) was introduced in April 2001 as a direct response to the NHS Plan. Under the programme, every NHS inpatient healthcare facility in England with more than ten...

National Compliance Assessment

This record contains datasets for 2014 to 2022 from the resource links. It contains information from the National Compliance Assessment Database (NCAD). It is a high level summary of types of...

BDC Gifts & Hospitalities Register

Blaby District Council hold a register of all Gifts and hospitalities received by Council staff. We treat the acceptance of gifts with extreme caution, the rules on accepting gifts and...

SGSA Annual Report 2017-18

The Sports Grounds Safety Authority’s Annual Report and Accounts, spanning the full 2017/18 financial year Authority (SGSA) is now available. The Report sets out how we operate, covering our goals,...

Recycling Banks

Location of Recycling Banks in Oxford and the materials they accept

Recycling centres in the London Borough of Sutton

Location of recycling centres in Sutton and materials accepted for recycling.

Section 106

Planning obligations under Section 106 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 (as amended), commonly known as s106 agreements, are a mechanism which make a development proposal acceptable in...

Recycling Centres

Location of recycling centres in Nottingham. Information about types of materials accepted at the sites is included.

tb SS1 DDB

Polygons showing the areas where development or redevelopment will be generally acceptable as defined in the Adopted Local Plan 2006

tb SS1 DDB

Polygons showing the areas where development or redevelopment will be generally acceptable as defined in the Adopted Local Plan 2006

Crown Prosecution Service

Conditional Cautioning was brought in by the Criminal Justice Act 2003 and is operated under a statutory Code of Practice. The Code of Practice requires the Director of Public Prosecutions to issue...