Presentation on theme: "City outcomes. City Outcomes: a single set of aims for Sheffield A single set of aims for Sheffield which are of common and mutual interest to – public."— Presentation transcript:
City Outcomes: a single set of aims for Sheffield A single set of aims for Sheffield which are of common and mutual interest to – public sector organisations – partner organisation – people living and working in the city Outcomes are underpinned by: – series of crosscutting themes which are specifically focused on making Sheffield a fairer place to live – key principles suggested for the public sector in Sheffield Foundation to a more integrated, effective and financially sustainable public sector in Sheffield – more integrated both within and across organisations; – locally designed rather than prescribed by national government – more locally accountable through stronger local governance and devolution – increasingly linked to supporting Sheffield’s economy to grow
We are highly educated, skilled and prosperous people who contribute to and share in the city’s success We have a strong, innovative and competitive economy that is successful nationally and internationally We live in high quality homes and neighbourhoods that are enjoyed by cohesive communities We are happy and thriving people who are confident in our life choices and are empowered to be responsible, independent citizens We live in a city that is easy to get to, easy to get around and has the infrastructure a big city needs A fair and growing city: themes which run through all of our outcomes Reducing inequalities Strong city leadership and accountability Sustainable Involvement One public sector Support for the most vulnerable Reducing demand for high cost services by predicting and preventing challenges before they arise Agile public services that are willing and able to change, exploiting new opportunities and new technology Seamless services Investing public resource effectively and sustainably Having the right tools to do the job We value and enjoy a unique natural environment that is cared for and accessible to all Our lives are safe from crime, disorder and harm We live long, healthy lives in a city where everyone can get the help and support they need Our city is a place where people want to live and visit, a place that is renowned for its high quality design, creativity, culture, sport and leisure We live in a city that runs reliably and affordably in an environmentally sustainable way Our aspirations for Sheffield 2035 are for a city with a strong civil society, a great place to live that is globally successful, with a distinct identity underpinned by an environmentally sustainable economic and urban offer. It will be a city full of agile, responsible and forward looking organisations with ambitious, collaborative, accountable and innovative leaders.
Sheffield’s comprehensive spending review Data for the eight English Core Cities Work undertaken by New Economy Manchester City level data (ie. not SCR) 300+ budget lines covering all revenue and capital spend in 2012/13 Core Cities: £37.3bn spending £26.2bn city resident tax contribution
Understanding our spending: CSR Sheffield Sheffield spends around £4.5bn of public money each year SCC (including schools budget), the health service and DWP are responsible for the largest areas of spend
Understanding our spending: CSR Sheffield 80% of public investment in Sheffield is consumed by just 29 specific budget lines welfare (e.g. the State Pension, tax credits, Disability Living Allowance); education (e.g. primary schools, secondary schools); and health and social care (e.g. non-elective care, primary care, community care, secondary outpatient care)
CSR: what does this tool enable us to do? Identify priorities themes and areas for public service reform activity Assess whether current spend is: – Effective at achieving outcomes – Fragmented by agencies seeking the same goals Our aim is to supplement the CSR dataset with: – Enhanced analysis - assess the proportion of each budget line that is proactive or reactive spend (ie. prevention vs. palliative) – Outcome-based analysis - more detailed assessment of Sheffield’s spend based on our City Outcomes, building in cross-sector knowledge and expertise. – City Performance Framework - develop a performance framework to support the City Outcomes – Outcome development workshops – use the CSR to support the development of clear proposals for public service reform as part of a Sheffield ‘Growth and Reform Plan’
We need to better understand how we invest public money in these outcomes – and are our investments effective? We need to enhance this work and understand whether these investments are delivering outcomes effectively for the city and whether PSR could help us deliver better results for Sheffield. Initial analysis suggests that we invest most money in: long, healthy lives highly educated, skilled and prosperous people happy and thriving people