Presentation on theme: "West London Value Improvement Project. Aims Consider homelessness service provision in West London Consider offenders / ex-offenders as a key sub group."— Presentation transcript:
Aims Consider homelessness service provision in West London Consider offenders / ex-offenders as a key sub group of the homeless population Identify how services are used Identify how service provision could be improved – options for different service solutions Develop standard documentation to support practicalities of joint commissioning Jointly Commission a service/s!
Drivers for the West London VIP West London 5 Year SP Strategy Effective joint work around accreditation Opportunity to link accreditation to tendering and procurement via AVALON Desire to actually jointly commission services and test out what could be achieved Funding pressures and SPDF implications
SP services in West London Services for single homeless people Number of units Accommodation based1804 Floating support285 Accommodation based rough sleepers 108
Analysis of services Total contract value£13,429,019 Av price per unit p.w£118 Av hourly rate for support £22 Av support hours per units p.w 5.4 hours
London wide perspective (single homeless) Exported to other London authorities (2004) 128 Imported from other London authorities (2004) 187 Imports to and exports from the West London sub region
What is Joint Commissioning Jointly decision making about all SP services for single homeless people in the sub region Common service specification, common pricing structure for service type and common monitoring Joint tendering of specific services for single homeless people Joint purchasing of specialist services for the sub region
Products for the VIP West London Strategic specification Service Level Agreement Joint commissioning steady state contract Service specification Monitoring schedule Payment arrangements (where the service is jointly purchased)