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Report
Essex Partnership Board
Sounding Board
26th September 2014
“We will work together to create healthy, prosperous, and
resilient communities in Essex by improving the
effectiveness and efficiency of public services.”
Agenda
Time
Title/Description
14:00
Introduction:
Vision and Priorities for Public Service Reform
14:15
Government Vision for Public Service Reform
Opportunity for Q&A
Achievements, Impacts and Opportunities
Freedom from the Threat of Domestic Abuse
14:45
Building Resilient Communities
15:15
Emerging Opportunities
Home Truths: Responding to the Housing Crisis
15:30
Radical Public Service Transformation
15:45
Break Out Sessions
Strengthening Communities - Scaling Up: Routes to Innovation
Lead
Cllr David Finch
Leader of Essex County Council and EPB Chair
Helen Edwards
Director General, Localism for DCLG
Susannah Hancock Executive Director, Office of the
Police and Crime Commissioner for Essex
Paul Hill
Assistant Chief Fire Officer Safer & Resilient
Communities Essex County Fire & Rescue Service
Michael Carnuccio
Policy Officer at National Housing Federation
Philip Colligan
Deputy Chief Executive Nesta, Exec Director Innovation
Lab
Madeleine Gabriel
Principal Researcher Public & Social Innovation, Nesta
Housing and Public Sector Land - Developing a New Model for Essex
Gwyn Owen
Housing and Public Sector Land Project Lead, ECC
Domestic Abuse - Protecting Victims and Changing Perpetrators’
Attitudes and Behaviours
Kevin Nunn
Senior Policy and Strategy Manager, ECC
Information Sharing - Harnessing and Exploiting Information for Essex
– Opportunities and Enablers
Gill Furlong
Head of Strategy and Information Governance, ECC
16:30
16:50
Feedback from Break Out Leads
Closing Address
17:00
Finish
Bob Reitemeier
Chief Executive, Essex Community Foundation
Essex Partnership Board
Vision and Priorities
for Public Service Reform
Cllr David Finch
Leader of Essex County Council, Chair of Essex Partnership Board
£137,000
21,138
Value of hours
banked in Time
Bank pilot
Volunteer hours
banked in Time
Bank pilot
22,100
£1.2m
Volunteer hours
expected through
Youth Volunteering
pilot
Community
Resilience Fund
launched
£485k
Cashable benefits
expected from
Youth Volunteering
over 2.5 years
£360k
Cashable benefits
expected through
Essex-wide Time
Bank rollout
1,300
young people
registered for
Youth
Volunteering
43,600
Volunteer hours
expected through
Essex-wide Time
Bank rollout
851
60
£24.8m
Volunteer hours
created with 11
Community
Connectors in
Harlow
Sites identified for
potential Housing
& Public Sector
Land development
Savings from integrated
commissioning of
disability services for
working age adults with
CCGs
£931k
Secured from
partners to
resource domestic
abuse activities in
FY2014/15
1,130
People benefitted
from Tendring
Community Builder
programme
1,492
Families supported
by Family Solutions
programme Nov 13Sept 14
748
Domestic abuse
victims supported
by Basildon &
Braintree pilot 31
July 2014
Essex Partnership Board
Government Vision for Public Service
Reform
Helen Edwards
Director General Localism, DCLG
Essex Partnership Board
Domestic Abuse
Freedom from the Threat of Domestic Abuse
Susannah Hancock
Executive Director, Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Essex
Domestic Abuse
History and challenge the victims, perpetrators and public sector
14,000 children
experiencing severe
domestic abuse
before they reach 16
29,000 police incidents/year
17,000 victims (10% high risk)
Stanley 2011
44,000 victims/year
Walby 2009
Estimated annual cost of domestic abuse in
Essex £86m by sector
Domestic Homicides
2011
2012
2013
4
6
2
£20
Society
£46
Social care
£16
£4
Physical and
mental health
Police and
criminal justice
Domestic Abuse
Southend Essex and Thurrock Domestic Abuse Strategic Board
OPCC and
Police
Housing
Providers
Districts
Domestic
Abuse
Strategic
Board
ECC
NHS
ECRC
Domestic Abuse
Identify risk
early
Increase the
skills of our
staff to identify
and help
victims
Establish clear
and effective
referral
pathways
Domestic
abuse
strategy
Reduce the
number of
prolific
perpetrators of
abuse
Commission
and provide
services that
keep victims
safe
Deliver
effective
education and
prevention
services
Domestic Abuse
Achievements 2014
Increase the skills of our
staff to identify and help
victims
• Surveyed existing training arrangements for
professionals
• Introduced new training for professionals attending
MARAC
Reduce the number of
prolific perpetrators of
abuse
• Agreed a perpetrators action plan
• Commissioned research on approaches to changing
perpetrators behaviour
Identify risk early
• Established new triage and information sharing
hubs in Southend, Essex , and Thurrock.
• Working with housing providers and homelessness
teams to improve their work with victims and
perpetrators
Establish clear and
effective referral
pathways
Commission and provide
services that keep victims
safe
• Established an IDVA service to support 2983 high
risk victims from 1 August 2014
• Recruited a new team to run the MARAC process
• Completed a review of the MARAC process
11
Domestic Abuse
Plans 2014
Increase the skills of our staff
to identify and help victims
Reduce the number of prolific
perpetrators of abuse
Deliver effective education
and prevention services
Identify risk early
Establish clear, and effective
referral pathways
Commission and provide
services that keep victims
safe
• Introduce new training for professionals working
with perpetrators of abuse and their victims.
• Develop a pilot programme, Risk Avert, aimed at
educating young people about domestic abuse.
• Find more victims and perpetrators in non-criminal
justice settings
• Tender the contract for supporting domestic abuse
victims in the community
• Develop new standards for sanctuary measures,
and a county wide reciprocal agreement for
rehousing victims.
Essex Partnership Board
Strengthening Communities
Building Resilient Communities
Paul Hill
Assistant Chief Fire Officer Safer & Resilient Communities
Essex County Fire & Rescue Service
Strengthening Communities
Building Resilient Communities
National context
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Reducing budgets and growing need
Maintaining and mobilising healthy vibrant communities
Changing public expectation of services
Transforming our approach to prepare for the future landscape
Early intervention: better quality outcomes
• the individual: quality services that improve their lives
• the place: active citizens that support others can increase
community cohesion and generate civic pride
• the service: integrated working brings efficient, effective and
earlier interventions that can decrease service use
Strengthening Communities
Essex Approach
• The Strengthening Communities Programme Board Vision
• Essex has strong, resilient communities of active citizens who
are willing and able to take responsibility for their own care and
wellbeing and work together.
• Redefine the relationship between the public, commercial,
voluntary and community sectors to find innovative and creative
local solutions for local problems
• Deliver sustainable projects contributing towards the following
outcomes:
• increased community resilience
• increased community capacity
• reduced demand on public services
• improved health & wellbeing
Strengthening Communities
Achievements
• Community Resilience Fund
launched: £1.2 million
endowment
• Time and Care Bank county
wide roll out is underway
• Voluntary and Community
Sector Framework developed
• Community Builders prototype
in delivery
• Youth Volunteering project
moved into implementation
• Who Will Care? mobilising
communities – roll out of
successful local schemes
• Community Agents
programme in delivery
Strengthening Communities
Achievements
Time and Care Banking
£137,000
21,138
Volunteer hours banked
in pilot
£360k
Cashable benefits expected
from rollout
43,600
Volunteer hours expected
through rollout
Value of banked hours in
pilot
£282,500
Expected value of banked
hours through rollout
£1.4 m
Cashable benefits expected
over 5 years
Strengthening Communities
Achievements
Youth Volunteering
300
1300
Young volunteers
22,100
Volunteer hours expected
through pilot
£155k
Volunteers not in education
training or employment
£485k
Cashable benefits
expected over 2.5 years
Cashable benefits expected
from pilot
Strengthening Communities
Achievements
Community Builders
1130
851
People benefitted from
Tendring Community
Builder, including Winter
Warmers
Volunteer hours created
with 11 community
connectors in Harlow
30
Volunteers in
Harlow registered to
offer “snow visits”
40
Families in development
programme to improve
educational attainment in
Basildon
Strengthening Communities
Future Ambition
• Prepare and plan with
communities for future issues
• Create a shift in behaviour
• Collaborate and work better
together
• Create shared commitment
and resource to future
direction
• Invest in initiatives now to
prepare for the future
• Act as champions for change
Strengthening Communities
Next Steps
• Create a ‘blueprint’ for action:
• Shape a shared understanding of the characteristics of a resilient community and
agree how they could be adopted
• Every community in Essex will have an active and managed infrastructure of
volunteers to focus on:
• Supporting vulnerable people
• Prevention
• Safety
• A partnership mandate to ‘scale up’ models that deliver the
vision
• Growing the best approaches of social innovation
• Matching the level of need in Essex
• Breakout: ‘Making It Big’ a framework for discussion
• The opportunities and challenges of scaling a concept
• Two Essex examples of social prescription and community mobilisation
Essex Partnership Board
Emerging Opportunities
Home Truths: Responding to the Housing Crisis
Michael Carnuccio
Policy Officer at National Housing Federation
Completions are down
British Historical Statistics - Cambridge:1988 (years 1923-1948), Live Table 241 – DCLG (years 1949-2012)
Housing prices are up
Essex: £251,482
Land Registry data; NHF LEP analysis
Homes are less affordable
Nationwide house price data; Measuring Worth data on earnings. The affordability ratio is the average house price as a multiple of the average income - with decade averages.
Affordability levels vary
England: 9.5
East of England: 8.9
Essex: 8.74
Land Registry data; NHF LEP analysis; Contains Ordnance Survey data © Crown copyright and database right 2013, Licence No. 100031183
Essex affordability
Land Registry sales data 2013 correlated with Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings (ASHE)
Essex rents
Private Rental Market Statistics - Valuation Office Agency (VOA), year to March 2014
Essex housing need
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36,119 households on the waiting list (DCLG)
7,000 new households each year 2014 – 2017 (DCLG)
5,632 homes built annually at peak (2001- 2008) (ECC)
4,064 homes built annually 2008 – 2013 (ECC)
Growing public concern
• By 2030 house prices will be
13 times average salary.
• 81% parents are worried
about the impact of rising
house prices on their children.
• 80% don’t think enough is
being done to solve the crisis.
Impact of affordable homes
For every affordable
home built in East of
England:
• £113,436 is added to
the economy.
• 2.4 jobs are
supported.
Every £1 invested in
affordable housing adds
a further £1.2 to the
regional economy.
Centre for Economics and Business Research, 2014
Land
Currently
A solution
• Fragmented ownership
• Coordination across
public bodies
• Lack of joined-up delivery
• Short-term approach to
realising value
• Competition over cost
leads to overpaying for
land, squeezing quality
• Linking estate
management, land
release and planning for
housing and service
delivery
• Considering the
wider/longer-term
benefits of development
Essex Partnership Board
Radical Public Service Transformation
Philip Colligan
Deputy Chief Executive Nesta, Exec Director Innovation Lab
Break-out Sessions
Break Out Session
Lead
Strengthening Communities
Madeleine Gabriel
Upper Hall
Scaling Up: Routes to Innovation
Housing and Public Sector Land
Developing a New Model for Essex
Domestic Abuse
Protecting Victims and Changing Perpetrators’
Attitudes and Behaviours
Information Sharing
Harnessing
Gwyn Owen
Lower Hall
Kevin Nunn
Meeting Hall
Gill Furlong
Seminar Room 2
Essex Partnership Board
Feedback from Workshops
Essex Partnership Board
Summary and Close
Bob Reitemeier
Chief Executive, Essex Community Foundation

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