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Unit cost database

Unit cost database

These are costs compiled by Government of people using

LBH Market Position Statement

Source By: LBH- London Borough of Hackney

Increasing demand, greater numbers of personal budget holders and restricted local government expenditure herald significant changes to the social care market in coming years, according to Hackney Council’s first ever social care Market Position Statement (Word, 1.4KB).

London Borough of Hackney must respond to these changes by fostering a care and support supplier market fit to deliver services over the next 5-10 years.

Pensions and TUPE advice 2013 OCt

Oct 2013

Social media toolkit

media toolkit
- Locality
short and easy guide has been written to help community and voluntary sector
organisations to get started on Twitter and Facebook. The guide gives examples
of how other organisations have made use of social media.

London’s Poverty Profile - October 2013

Poverty Profile - October 2013
Last week Trust for London released the findings from the latest edition of London’s Poverty Profile (LPP).
It shows that poverty continues to shift from workless to working households and
from social housing to the private rented sector. Unemployment and

Hackney Local Account - update on Adult social care spend 2013

What is a local account?

As part of Government plans to make local authorities
more accountable and transparent to their residents, councils produce an
annual local account to tell people what their adult social care
department is doing. The local account explains how much the Council
spends, what it spends money on, what it is doing and future plans for

City & Hackney Health Profile update Sept 2012

This JSNA update has the latest census information plus welfare benefit
uptake (effects of economic downturm) it's a really useful tool for
fundraising and planning  services.