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Bath and North East Somerset Council

Building Regulations Approval Building Control Applications are submitted to the Council through a variety of channels.  A discovery project, working with the team to better understand the service was carried out recently.  This proved some long held assumptions around root cause of inefficiencies and highlighted overly complex aspects of the…

Bath and North East Somerset Council

Tenant and Property Maintenance Management The Council owns, manages and maintains 1100 property assets. Enquiries from occupiers (whether commercial, partners or corporate) relating to Bath and North East Somerset Council’s property assets are currently handled using a series of manual steps following receipt of the enquiry. Up to 350 enquiries…

Bath and North East Somerset Council

Working with town and parish councils in our area has shown the need for them to collaborate and collect data in a consistent format which can be aggregated into an authority wide data sets, for example on trees, parish assets and flood risks. We would like to trial methodology and…

Bath and North East Somerset Council

The processes within B&NES Bereavement Services for burials, cremations and memorialisations are inefficient and outdated meaning the service is unable to maximise income generating opportunities.  A discovery project would uncover ways to build capacity and create efficiencies to both improve the customer experience and support the growth of the service.…

Bedford Borough Council

We want to improve how we support people to use digital services through a project focused on digital inclusion and assisted digital support. Some people do not want to use digital services, or find there are barriers that prevent them from using them. We want to develop our understanding of…

Birmingham City Council

In line with the Local Government Transparency Code 2015 Councils are required to make certain datasets available for public consumption. Birmingham is committed to operating in a transparent manner and looking for ways that it can generate value with the open data it produces. To support this work, we would…

Birmingham City Council

Adult Social Care is responsible for the provision of home care support for citizens who are vulnerable and suffer with early signs of dementia. On average each person receives 3 visits per day at a cost of £80 million per annum.  This equate to over 6 million hours of home…

Birmingham City Council

We have an ageing population. Birmingham alone is home to 147,000 people over the age of 65 (13% of the population) and this is predicted to increase to 203,000 people by 2035 – an increase of 38%. Our commitment is to support a target group of people over the age…

Birmingham City Council

The purpose of this project is to develop a repeatable methodology to build use cases to support the release of open data. The current method of releasing data, to meet commitments under the Local Government Transparency Code, does not systematically take account of user needs in the use and reuse…

Birmingham City Council

Adult Social Care provides home care support to over 7000 citizens who are vulnerable, frail and may suffer early signs of cognitive impairment.  Following guidance from the NICE, and Birmingham City Council’s (BCC) commitment to provide excellent services, BCC increased the duration of its care visits from 15 to 30…

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