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Hertfordshire Partnership Foundation Trust Topic Group »
This is the report of the Hertfordshire Partnership Foundation Trust (HPFT) Topic Group. The report assesses how effective the Trust has been in delivering its delegated social care functions under the provisions of the August 2008 Section 75 Agreement.
Hertfordshire Property Partnership Topic Group »
This is the report of the Hertfordshire Property Partnership Topic Group which examines the relationship between MACE, Mouchel and Hertfordshire Property within the Property Partnership.
Improving Engagement with Local Councils »
Review undertaken to look at how Blaby District Council engages with its local (Parish/Town) Councils and how to improve this engagement.
Review of Partnership Scrutiny in Bracknell Forest »
This successful scrutiny review examined the role and activities of all the specialist partnerships making up the Bracknell Forest Local Strategic Partnership, together with the Partnership Board itself. An innovation was forming a Partnership Overview and Scrutiny group with the non-Executive Chairs of our partner organisations, to oversee the review.
South Worcestershire Revenues and Benefits Shared Service - Joint Scrutiny Review »
This review was the first joint scrutiny of a shared service in Worcestershire with the review focusing on whether the South Worcestershire Revenues and Benefits Shared Service was fit for purpose.
The Team made a total of nine service specific and strategic recommendations while finding that the Service was fit for purpose.
Working in partnership to support children and young people »
Examining whether the council's partnership work could be used more effectively and efficiently to serve CYP
A Child Centred Approach »
A policy review of Integrated Service Provision in Swansea was identified as an area for detailed investigation by the Children and Young People Overview Board in July 2008 the review was completed in April 2009.
The reviews aims and objectives were to:
‘Develop integrated working across services in order to improve outcomes for children and young people particularly in relation to 8 – 13 years. Looking at whether integrated service delivery operates effectively for all aspects of the lives of children and young people. Identify a series of policy proposals for more effective and integrated service provision.’
District Arrangements »
Eighteen months on from the implementation of the district arrangements within the Social Care and Health Directorate at Staffordshire County Council, Scrutiny Members undertook an investigation to establish the progress that has been made in implementing these new structures and
the impact they were having.
Effective Partnership Working - Preventative Service for over 50s »
The aim of this review was to evaluate the effectiveness of partnerships which provided preventative services for the over 50s.
Health Scrutiny LINk Protocol »
Protocol for Joint Working between Manchester City Council’s Health
and Wellbeing Overview and Scrutiny Committee and the Manchester Local Involvement Network.
West Northants Development Corporation (WNDC) and Partnership working with Northampton Borough Council (NBC) »
Overview and Scrutiny Committee 1 (Partnerships, Regeneration, Community Safety and Engagement) undertook a Review of West Northants Development Corporation (WNDC) and partnership working with Northampton Borough Council (NBC).
The purpose of the Review is to establish how well WNDC is performing and how well Northampton Borough Council and WNDC are working together in partnership to deliver the regeneration, planning and growth objectives for the town.
Interim CDRP review - executive summary »
The executive summary of the CDRP review interim report.
Tunbridge Wells: stop, look and lISTEN »
First joint review by Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells looking at the communication between Kent Highways Service and District Councils.
Maidstone BC: outside bodies »
1.2 The Council appoints Members to a large number of outside bodies, and the Corporate Services Overview and Scrutiny Committee identified that it was important to establish if these added value to the Council.
Sandwell: urban living »
This review into Urban Living was one of the in-depth reviews undertaken by the External Affairs and Partnerships Scrutiny Panel in 2006/7. It was part of a wider exercise looking into key partnerships operating in the borough.
Review of the Local Area Agreement »
An Overview and Scrutiny working group was tasked with reviewing the Bracknell Forest Local Area Agreement to establish the purpose of the Agreement and the Sustainable Community Strategy, the manner in which the Agreement has developed, the contribution of partner organisations and how partner organisations approached scrutiny of their functions.
WestWey Revenues and Benefits Partnership »
The WestWey Partnership between West Dorset District Council and Weymouth and Portland Borough Council has been established for the joint provision of revenues and benefits services across both council areas. The scrutiny review examined how successful this partnership had been particuarly with regard to the integration of staff from the two councils and whether the partnership should be expanded in the future.
Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Blakelaw and North Fenham Parish Council and precept »
Recommends safeguards on parish council precepts and ways of improving support for parish councils.
Wiltshire: local strategic partnership »
A task group review of Wiltshire's Local Strategic Partnership - Street Management project
A Review of the Black Country Consortium Ltd »
This review into Black Country Consortium Ltd was part of a wider exercise looking at 3 of Sandwell's key partnerships to ensure they are providing value for money for the residents of Sandwell.
Joint review of partnerships in waste management »
A joint scrutiny inquiry was undertaken by Cardiff, Newport, Monmouthshire and the Vale of Glamorgan. Its aim was to identify the benefits and challenges of joint service delivery, in waste management, following their Executives' decision to initiate discussions on this issue.
Maidstone: Review of Partnerships »
Miadstone's Scrutiny Committee set-up a working group to look at the Council's partnerships with a view to prioritising and evaluating them.
Birmingham: Local Area Agreement »
This Scrutiny inquiry investigated how public services can be improved through Local Area Agreements.
Cumbria: together we care »
A scrutiny of how organisations in Cumbria are working together to meet the needs of older people with combined health and care needs