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APPROVED PREMISES GRANT Probation

ALLOCATIONS FOR 2005-2006


PURPOSE
Circular
This circular confirms for Probation Boards and Voluntary Management REFERENCE NO:
Committees the cash limited unit cost allocations for approved premises with
12/2005
effect from 1 April 2005, and provides initial advice on the additional resource
allocation made in recognition of the Approved Premises Resources Review.
ISSUE DATE:
17 February 2005
ACTION
Probation Boards and Voluntary Management Committees are asked to:
IMPLEMENTATION DATE:
• Note the budgetary information contained herein;
• Develop and submit plans for the introduction of double waking night Immediate
cover in all approved premises;
• Ensure that additional funds provided for implementation of the EXPIRY DATE:
Resources Review are used for that purpose. 31 March 2006

SUMMARY TO:
This circular gives information about the delegated budget for approved Chairs of Probation Boards
premises for 2005-06, provides an exemplification of the amounts that Chief Officers of Probation
approved premises should receive in the next financial year and offers initial Secretaries of Probation Boards
guidance on use of the allocation made in respect of the Resources Review. Chairs of Voluntary Management
Committees
RELEVANT PREVIOUS PROBATION CIRCULARS Approved Premises Managers
PC 72/2003 – Information about approved premises revenue grant
allocations for 2004-05 CC:
PC 35/2004 – Enhancing public, staff and residents’ security in approved Board Treasurers
premises
Regional Offender Managers
Regional Managers
CONTACT FOR ENQUIRIES
On the grant allocation: Harcharan Rayat , Finance Unit, NPD
AUTHORISED BY:
Tel: 020 7217 0717 e-mail: Harcharan.Rayat@homeoffice.gsi.gov.uk
Liz Hill, Head of Public Protection
On the Resources Review: Felicity Hawksley, PPCU, NPD And Courts Unit
Tel: 020 7217 0773 e-mail: Felicity.Hawksley@homeoffice.gsi.gov.uk
ATTACHED:
On property matters: Ian Sharpe, Estates Unit, NPD Annex A
Tel: 020 7217 8040 e-mail: Ian.Sharpe@homeoffice.gsi.gov.uk

National Probation Directorate


Horseferry House, Dean Ryle Street, London, SW1P 2AW General Enquiries: 020 7217 0659 Fax: 020 7217 0660

Enforcement, rehabilitation and public protection


EXPLANATION OF GRANT

1. As set out in the budget pack sent to all Treasurers in early February, the revenue grant for approved
premises consists of two main elements - core grant and bedspace grant. The core grant has been
increased by 10%, of which 2.5% is for inflation and the remainder is to enable areas to commence
implementation of the Approved Premises Resources Review (see paras 8-15). The bedspace grant
remains unchanged at £6,950 per bedspace for probation area managed approved premises, and
£5,600 per bedspace for voluntary managed approved premises.

2. For 2005-06, we will retain the 5 bands for the main element of the grant. There will continue this year
to be additional supplements for female bedspaces, cluster units and large approved premises.
Voluntary managed premises will also continue to receive an additional supplement. There are
increased Labour Cost (for some premises) and Pension Cost (for all premises) Adjustments.

3. The spreadsheet attached at Annex A gives further details, and provides an exemplification of the sums
that approved premises will receive in 2005-06, before the deduction of FM charges (which have been
frozen for this year).

MAINTENANCE CHARGES

4. Maintenance charges should be increased by 2.5%. This means that the maximum charges, inclusive of
Housing Benefit, will be as follows:

• Full rate £74.19

• Self catering rate £36.23

• Half board rate £65.51

OCCUPANCY ADJUSTMENTS FOR 2004-2005

5. As before, the occupancy grant for 2004-05 has been paid in full, on the assumption that all approved
premises will achieve the 90% occupancy target. We will be reviewing the actual occupancy levels
achieved at the end of this financial year, and will then make the necessary adjustments to the 2005-06
allocation to reflect final occupancy levels in 2004-05. Boards whose premises fail to meet the target
will lose £1,500 of grant for each 1% below the target, multiplied by the number of approved premises;
conversely, Areas will gain £1,500 of grant for each full 1% above the target per approved premises.
For Areas with multiple premises the calculation will be based on the average occupancy across all the
approved premises operated by the Board. The occupancy target, and the year-end adjustment
process, will remain unchanged for 2005-06.

AGREEMENT LETTERS FOR VOLUNTARY MANAGED PREMISES

6. We are in the process of sending out letters to the Treasurers of the 12 voluntary managed approved
premises, asking them to confirm agreement to the terms and conditions of the revenue grant.

GUIDANCE ON RESOURCES REVIEW ALLOCATION

7. A total of £1.9m has been transferred from the main resource allocation to approved premises budgets
partly in recognition of the costs associated with implementation of the Approved Premises Resources
Review. This review forms part of the modernisation agenda for the approved premises estate, the
purpose of which is to equip the estate to contribute effectively to the service’s public protection work.
The additional funds made available this year will be built into the baseline figures for 2006-07.

8. The Resources Review was subject of a wide-ranging consultation process during the last quarter of
2004. We have been pleased to receive a large number of responses from Area Boards and other

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interested parties. The feedback is in the process of being collated, and final decisions on how to move
forward with a number of aspects of the review have yet to be made. Initial guidance follows below.

9. The review proposed adoption of a new funding formula for the approved premises revenue allocation.
This would represent a significant change to existing funding arrangements and requires careful
consideration in light of responses to the consultation and the continuing development of the NOMS
structures. Accordingly the funding formula for 2005-06 has remained unaltered. Any change to the
formula will not be introduced until April 2006 at the earliest.

10. The review also recommended the implementation of a new, national staffing model for approved
premises. The model would require the development of national Job Descriptions and changes to
existing codes and conditions for residential work. These matters will need to be taken forward via the
NNC process, and linked to the national pay and rewards work. Areas are expected not to introduce
major changes to the staffing regime until the NNC work has been undertaken and agreed. Again,
feedback from the consultation exercise will inform final decisions on the staffing proposals.

11. The one proposal to which Boards and Management Committees are asked to give early consideration
is the move toward introduction of double waking night cover arrangements at all approved premises.
The intention to pursue implementation of this proposal was announced in Probation Circular 35/2004,
which advised that approved premises managers “should work toward a timetable of alternative staffing
arrangements which phase out sleep-in arrangements where the member of staff sleeping in is also
counted as part of the ‘double cover’ arrangement”. Most responses to the Resources Review
consultation exercise acknowledged the merits of this initiative but highlighted the need for additional
funding to support implementation. That funding is now available.

12. Nationally the current position is diverse, with double waking, one waking/one sleeping and double
sleeping arrangements in place across the estate. We are aware that some Areas have already
entered into negotiations with local union branches about moving toward the enhanced arrangements
envisaged by the Review. Where the additional funding now makes it possible to finalise agreement
about how to implement enhanced waking night cover arrangements, then Areas and Management
Committees are urged to proceed on that basis without delay. In the meantime, national discussions on
implementing this proposal across the entire estate will be pursued via the NNC.

13. Areas and Management Committees are asked to provide details of any proposed changes they are
able to effect to night cover arrangements, including projected costs and timescales. Plans should be
submitted to Felicity Hawksley, Head of Approved Premises in the NPD, ideally by 31 March 2005. It
would also be helpful for Areas where progress is not achievable to provide an indication to that effect.

14. One of the benefits that will accrue from the introduction of double waking night cover will be the
opportunity to increase bedspace capacity in some premises by making available for residents those
rooms currently used by staff sleeping in, or to use the space in some other way to the benefit of the
premises. In some approved premises the change of use will be fairly easily effected; in others it will
require significant structural alterations. The Estates Team in NPD will, where possible, work with
Areas and Voluntary Management Committees to scope, plan and deliver the necessary changes.

15. Initial projections suggest that the extra £1.9m provided this year should suffice to meet most, if not all,
of the additional costs attached to implementing the entire suite of proposals contained in the Approved
Premises Resources Review. It is necessary that the additional allocation remains available for these
purposes pending final decisions on the review, as there will be no further allocations for this purpose,
though it would be appropriate to use a limited amount (up to £5k) for short term initiatives such as the
provision of additional training/staff development opportunities for approved premises staff. In due
course Area Boards and Voluntary Management Committees will be asked to provide a detailed
breakdown of how the additional resource has been used to support implementation of the Resources
Review.

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ANNEX C - APPROVED PREMISES BUDGET ALLOCATIONS FOR 2005/06
Labour Pensions Labour Pensions Scaled Bed 2004/05
Cost Cost Female Banding Female Sub Cost Cost Sub Voluntary Core Core Space Grant
PROBATION AREA HOSTEL Beds Adjust Adjust Beds Grant Clusters Allowance Total Adjust Adjust Total or Special Grant Grant Grant TOTAL GLOBAL TOTAL

AVON & SOMERSET BRIDGE HOUSE 18 0.0306 0.1260 278 6.2 284.2 7.0 27.5 318.7 318.7 357.6 125.1 483.0 0.0 449.0
AVON & SOMERSET BRIGSTOCK ROAD 28 0.0306 0.1260 288 288.0 7.1 27.9 322.9 322.9 362.4 194.6 557.0 0.0 522.0
AVON & SOMERSET GLOGAN HOUSE 16 0.0306 0.1260 278 0.0 278.0 6.8 26.9 311.7 311.7 349.8 111.2 461.0 1,501.0 428.0
DEVON & CORNWALL LAWSON HOUSE 19 0.0000 0.1650 2 278 2.6 280.6 0.0 34.7 315.3 315.3 353.8 132.1 486.0 0.0 454.0
DEVON & CORNWALL MENEGHY HOUSE 18 0.0000 0.1650 3 278 3.9 281.9 0.0 34.9 316.8 316.8 355.5 125.1 481.0 967.0 448.0
DORSET THE PINES 18 0.0000 0.1680 278 6.2 284.2 0.0 35.8 320.0 320.0 359.1 125.1 485.0 0.0 451.0
DORSET WESTON 25 0.0000 0.1680 4 288 5.2 293.2 0.0 36.9 330.1 330.1 370.5 173.8 545.0 1,030.0 510.0
GLOUCESTERSHIRE RYECROFT 16 0.0238 0.1700 2 269 2.6 271.6 5.2 35.3 312.1 312.1 350.2 111.2 462.0 462.0 429.0
BEDFORDSHIRE BEDFORD 22 0.0631 0.1380 6 288 7.8 295.8 14.9 32.2 342.9 342.9 384.8 152.9 538.0 0.0 502.0
BEDFORDSHIRE NAPIER ROAD 20 0.0631 0.1380 278 278.0 14.0 30.2 322.3 322.3 361.6 139.0 501.0 1,039.0 467.0
CAMBRIDGESHIRE PETERBOROUGH 29 0.0622 0.1180 288 288.0 14.3 26.8 329.1 329.1 369.3 201.6 571.0 571.0 536.0
ESSEX BASILDON 26 0.0429 0.1128 288 288.0 9.9 25.2 323.1 323.1 362.6 180.7 544.0 544.0 522.0
NORFOLK JOHN BOAG HOUSE 25 0.0000 0.1280 2 288 6.2 2.6 296.8 0.0 28.5 325.3 325.3 365.0 173.8 539.0 539.0 503.0
SUFFOLK LIGHTFOOT HOUSE 22 0.0015 0.2640 3 278 3.9 281.9 0.3 55.9 338.1 338.1 379.4 152.9 533.0 0.0 497.0
SUFFOLK THE COTTAGE 18 0.0015 0.2640 278 6.2 284.2 0.3 56.3 340.9 340.9 382.5 125.1 508.0 1,041.0 472.0
CHESHIRE BUNBURY HOUSE 22 0.0271 0.2260 278 278.0 6.0 48.1 332.2 332.2 372.7 152.9 526.0 0.0 491.0
CHESHIRE LINDEN BANK 22 0.0271 0.2260 6 278 7.8 285.8 6.2 49.5 341.5 341.5 383.2 152.9 537.0 1,063.0 501.0
CUMBRIA BOWLING GREEN 24 0.0000 0.1460 2 278 2.6 280.6 0.0 30.7 311.3 311.3 349.4 166.8 517.0 517.0 484.0
LANCASHIRE HAWORTH HOUSE 26 0.0000 0.1230 288 288.0 0.0 26.6 314.6 314.6 353.0 180.7 534.0 0.0 501.0
LANCASHIRE HIGHFIELD HOUSE 22 0.0000 0.1230 3 278 3.9 281.9 0.0 26.0 307.9 307.9 345.5 152.9 499.0 1,033.0 467.0
GTR MANCHESTER ASCOT HOUSE 22 0.0223 0.0800 278 278.0 5.0 17.0 299.9 299.9 336.6 152.9 490.0 0.0 459.0
GTR MANCHESTER BRADSHAW HOUSE 26 0.0223 0.0800 288 288.0 5.1 17.6 310.7 310.7 348.7 180.7 530.0 0.0 497.0
GTR MANCHESTER CHORLTON 27 0.0223 0.0800 288 288.0 5.1 17.6 310.7 310.7 348.7 187.7 537.0 0.0 504.0
GTR MANCHESTER HOPWOOD HOUSE (FEM ONLY) 14 0.0223 0.0800 14 269 0.0 26.6 295.6 5.3 18.1 318.9 318.9 357.9 97.3 456.0 0.0 422.0
GTR MANCHESTER ST JOSEPHS (MDO) 29 0.0223 0.0800 329 329.0 5.9 20.1 355.0 355.0 398.3 201.6 600.0 0.0 563.0
GTR MANCHESTER WILTON PLACE 27 0.0223 0.0800 288 288.0 5.1 17.6 310.7 310.7 348.7 187.7 537.0 0.0 504.0
GTR MANCHESTER WITHINGTON ROAD 32 0.0223 0.0800 298 298.0 5.3 18.2 321.5 321.5 360.8 222.4 584.0 3,734.0 550.0
MERSEYSIDE CANNING HOUSE 16 0.0000 0.1170 278 278.0 0.0 24.4 302.4 302.4 339.3 111.2 451.0 0.0 422.0
MERSEYSIDE MERSEYBANK 24 0.0000 0.1170 278 278.0 0.0 24.4 302.4 302.4 339.3 166.8 507.0 0.0 477.0
MERSEYSIDE SOUTHWOOD 29 0.0000 0.1170 288 288.0 0.0 25.3 313.3 313.3 351.5 201.6 554.0 1,512.0 523.0
DERBYSHIRE BURDETT LODGE 26 0.0000 0.1272 3 288 3.9 291.9 0.0 27.8 319.7 319.7 358.8 180.7 540.0 540.0 507.0
LEICESTERSHIRE & RUTLHOWARD HOUSE 11 0.0014 0.1440 269 269.0 0.3 29.1 298.4 15 313.4 351.7 76.5 429.0 0.0 396.0
LEICESTERSHIRE & RUTLKIRK LODGE 32 0.0014 0.1440 4 298 5.2 303.2 0.3 32.8 336.3 336.3 377.4 222.4 600.0 1,029.0 565.0
LINCOLNSHIRE WORDSWORTH HOUSE 18 0.0000 0.1740 278 278.0 0.0 36.3 314.3 314.3 352.7 125.1 478.0 478.0 446.0
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE BRIDGEWOOD 23 0.0272 0.1626 278 6.2 284.2 6.2 35.4 325.8 325.8 365.6 159.9 526.0 526.0 493.0
NOTTINGHAMSHIRE ASTRAL GROVE 14 0.0000 0.1460 269 269.0 0.0 29.5 298.5 298.5 334.9 97.3 433.0 0.0 402.0
NOTTINGHAMSHIRE SOUTHWELL HOUSE 18 0.0000 0.1460 3 278 3.9 281.9 0.0 30.9 312.8 312.8 351.0 125.1 477.0 0.0 444.0
NOTTINGHAMSHIRE TRENT HOUSE 19 0.0000 0.1460 4 278 5.2 283.2 0.0 31.0 314.2 314.2 352.6 132.1 485.0 1,395.0 452.0
TEESSIDE NELSON HOUSE 22 0.0000 0.1490 278 278.0 0.0 31.1 309.1 309.1 346.8 152.9 500.0 0.0 468.0
TEESSIDE THE CRESCENT 20 0.0000 0.1490 278 278.0 0.0 31.1 309.1 309.1 346.8 139.0 486.0 986.0 454.0
NORTHUMBRIA CUTHBERT HOUSE 25 0.0000 0.1182 6 288 6.2 7.8 302.0 0.0 26.8 328.8 328.8 368.9 173.8 543.0 0.0 509.0
NORTHUMBRIA PENNYWELL 18 0.0000 0.1182 278 6.2 284.2 0.0 25.2 309.4 309.4 347.2 125.1 473.0 1,016.0 441.0
HAMPSHIRE DICKSON HOUSE 18 0.0527 0.1350 278 278.0 11.7 29.3 319.1 319.1 358.0 125.1 484.0 0.0 452.0
HAMPSHIRE SOUTHAMPTON 22 0.0527 0.1350 3 278 3.9 281.9 11.9 29.7 323.5 323.5 363.1 152.9 516.0 0.0 485.0
HAMPSHIRE THE GRANGE 22 0.0527 0.1350 278 278.0 11.7 29.3 319.1 319.1 358.0 152.9 511.0 1,511.0 480.0
KENT FLEMING HOUSE 25 0.0222 0.1890 3 288 3.9 291.9 5.2 42.1 339.2 339.2 380.6 173.8 555.0 555.0 534.0
SURREY ST CATHERINE'S PRIORY 18 0.1702 0.0906 278 278.0 37.9 21.5 337.3 337.3 378.5 125.1 504.0 504.0 469.0
SUSSEX BRIGHTON 16 0.0282 0.2000 2 269 2.6 271.6 6.1 41.7 319.4 319.4 358.4 111.2 470.0 470.0 446.0
THAMES VALLEY ABINGDON ROAD 18 0.1275 0.1370 278 278.0 28.4 31.5 337.8 337.8 379.1 125.1 505.0 0.0 470.0
THAMES VALLEY CLARKS HOUSE 18 0.1275 0.1370 3 278 3.9 281.9 28.8 31.9 342.6 342.6 384.4 125.1 510.0 0.0 475.0
THAMES VALLEY MANOR LODGE 22 0.1275 0.1370 278 278.0 28.4 31.5 337.8 337.8 379.1 152.9 532.0 0.0 498.0
THAMES VALLEY MILTON KEYNES 16 0.1275 0.1370 269 269.0 27.4 30.5 326.9 326.9 366.8 111.2 478.0 0.0 445.0
THAMES VALLEY ST LEONARDS 22 0.1275 0.1370 278 278.0 28.4 31.5 337.8 337.8 379.1 152.9 532.0 2,557.0 498.0
ANNEX C - APPROVED PREMISES BUDGET ALLOCATIONS FOR 2005/06
Labour Pensions Labour Pensions Scaled Bed 2004/05
Cost Cost Female Banding Female Sub Cost Cost Sub Voluntary Core Core Space Grant
PROBATION AREA HOSTEL Beds Adjust Adjust Beds Grant Clusters Allowance Total Adjust Adjust Total or Special Grant Grant Grant TOTAL GLOBAL TOTAL

HUMBERSIDE QUEENS ROAD 19 0.0000 0.1560 278 278.0 0.0 32.5 310.5 310.5 348.5 132.1 481.0 0.0 449.0
HUMBERSIDE SCUNTHORPE 19 0.0000 0.1560 278 278.0 0.0 32.5 310.5 310.5 348.5 132.1 481.0 962.0 449.0
NORTH YORKSHIRE SOUTH VIEW 20 0.0000 0.1980 278 0.0 278.0 0.0 41.3 319.3 319.3 358.3 139.0 498.0 498.0 465.0
SOUTH YORKSHIRE NORFOLK PARK 40 0.0000 0.1090 16 329 12.4 20.8 362.2 0.0 29.6 391.8 22.2 414.0 464.6 278.0 743.0 0.0 700.0
SOUTH YORKSHIRE ROOKWOOD 39 0.0000 0.1090 329 12.4 341.4 0.0 27.9 369.3 22.2 391.5 439.3 271.1 711.0 0.0 670.0
SOUTH YORKSHIRE TOWN MOOR 39 0.0000 0.1090 329 12.4 341.4 0.0 27.9 369.3 22.2 391.5 439.3 271.1 711.0 2,165.0 670.0
WEST YORKSHIRE ALBION STREET 24 0.0108 0.1020 278 278.0 2.4 21.5 301.9 301.9 338.7 166.8 506.0 0.0 475.0
WEST YORKSHIRE ELM BANK 22 0.0108 0.1020 278 278.0 2.4 21.5 301.9 301.9 338.7 152.9 492.0 0.0 461.0
WEST YORKSHIRE HOLBECK HOSTEL 24 0.0108 0.1020 278 278.0 2.4 21.5 301.9 301.9 338.7 166.8 506.0 1,504.0 475.0
STAFFORDSHIRE STAITHEFORD HOUSE 18 0.0000 0.0770 278 6.2 284.2 0.0 16.4 300.6 300.6 337.3 125.1 463.0 0.0 432.0
STAFFORDSHIRE WENGER HOUSE 26 0.0000 0.0770 5 288 6.5 294.5 0.0 17.0 311.5 311.5 349.6 180.7 531.0 0.0 498.0
STAFFORDSHIRE WHARFLANE HOUSE 22 0.0000 0.0770 278 278.0 0.0 16.1 294.1 294.1 330.0 152.9 483.0 1,477.0 453.0
WARWICKSHIRE KENILWORTH ROAD 19 0.0334 0.1330 278 278.0 7.4 28.5 313.9 313.9 352.2 132.1 485.0 0.0 454.0
WARWICKSHIRE MCINTYRE HOUSE 18 0.0334 0.1330 278 278.0 7.4 28.5 313.9 313.9 352.2 125.1 478.0 963.0 447.0
WEST MERCIA BRALEY HOUSE 18 0.0000 0.1360 3 278 3.9 281.9 0.0 28.8 310.7 310.7 348.6 125.1 474.0 474.0 442.0
WEST MIDLANDS BILSTON 15 0.0297 0.0913 269 269.0 6.4 18.9 294.2 294.2 330.2 104.3 435.0 0.0 405.0
WEST MIDLANDS CARPENTER HOUSE 19 0.0297 0.0913 278 278.0 6.6 19.5 304.1 304.1 341.2 132.1 474.0 0.0 443.0
WEST MIDLANDS CROWLEY HOUSE (FEM ONLY) 18 0.0297 0.0913 18 278 34.2 312.2 7.4 21.9 341.5 341.5 383.2 125.1 509.0 0.0 474.0
WEST MIDLANDS ELLIOTT HOUSE (MDO) 20 0.0297 0.0913 298 298.0 7.1 20.9 326.0 326.0 365.8 139.0 505.0 0.0 472.0
WEST MIDLANDS STONNALL ROAD 12 0.0297 0.0913 269 269.0 6.4 18.9 294.2 294.2 330.2 83.4 414.0 0.0 384.0
WEST MIDLANDS SYCAMORE LODGE 32 0.0297 0.0913 298 298.0 7.1 20.9 326.0 326.0 365.8 222.4 589.0 0.0 555.0
WEST MIDLANDS WELFORD HOUSE 19 0.0297 0.0913 278 278.0 6.6 19.5 304.1 304.1 341.2 132.1 474.0 3,400.0 443.0
GREATER LONDON BECKENHAM ROAD 20 0.2127 0.1470 278 278.0 47.3 35.9 361.2 361.2 405.3 139.0 545.0 0.0 506.0
GREATER LONDON CAMDEN HOUSE 26 0.2127 0.1470 288 288.0 49.0 37.2 374.2 374.2 419.9 180.7 601.0 0.0 561.0
GREATER LONDON CANADIAN AVENUE 24 0.2127 0.1470 288 288.0 49.0 37.2 374.2 374.2 419.9 166.8 587.0 0.0 534.0
GREATER LONDON EALING 18 0.2127 0.1470 278 278.0 47.3 35.9 361.2 361.2 405.3 125.1 531.0 0.0 492.0
GREATER LONDON ELLISON HOUSE 25 0.2127 0.1470 288 288.0 49.0 37.2 374.2 374.2 419.9 173.8 594.0 0.0 554.0
GREATER LONDON KEW 22 0.2127 0.1470 278 278.0 47.3 35.9 361.2 361.2 405.3 152.9 559.0 0.0 520.0
GREATER LONDON SEAFIELD LODGE 20 0.2127 0.1470 3 278 3.9 281.9 48.0 36.4 366.2 366.2 411.0 139.0 550.0 0.0 511.0
GREATER LONDON TULSE HILL 29 0.2127 0.1470 288 288.0 49.0 37.2 374.2 374.2 419.9 201.6 622.0 0.0 582.0
GREATER LONDON WESTBOURNE HOUSE 40 0.2127 0.1470 329 329.0 56.0 42.4 427.4 34 461.4 517.8 278.0 796.0 5,385.0 747.0
NORTH WALES PLAS-Y-WERN 23 0.0000 0.1950 3 278 3.9 281.9 0.0 41.2 323.1 323.1 362.6 159.9 523.0 0.0 489.0
NORTH WALES TY NEWYDD 23 0.0000 0.1950 6 278 7.8 285.8 0.0 41.8 327.6 327.6 367.6 159.9 528.0 1,051.0 494.0
SOUTH WALES QUAY HOUSE 30 0.0000 0.1698 4 288 6.2 5.2 299.4 0.0 38.1 337.5 337.5 378.8 208.5 588.0 0.0 554.0
SOUTH WALES MANDEVILLE HOUSE 26 0.0000 0.1698 288 288.0 0.0 36.7 324.7 324.7 364.3 180.7 545.0 1,133.0 513.0

TOTAL BOARDS 1973 136 24,937 93.0 196 25,226.0 873.0 2637.904 28736.9 116 28,852.5 32376.9 13,713.6 46,132.0 46,132.0 43,157.0

AVON & SOMERSET ASHLEY HOUSE 22 0.0306 0.1260 6 278 6.2 7.8 292.0 7.1 28.3 327.4 20.0 347.4 389.9 123.2 514.0 514.0 476.0
GREATER LONDON HESTIA BATTERSEA 10 0.2127 0.1470 269 269.0 45.8 34.7 349.5 50.0 399.5 448.3 56.0 505.0 505.0 462.0
GREATER LONDON HESTIA STREATHAM 25 0.2127 0.1470 288 288.0 49.0 37.2 374.2 20.0 394.2 442.3 140.0 583.0 583.0 541.0
GREATER LONDON KATHERINE PRICE HUGHES 19 0.2127 0.1470 278 0.0 278.0 47.3 35.9 361.2 20.0 381.2 427.7 106.4 535.0 535.0 494.0
GREATER LONDON KELLEY HOUSE (FEM ONLY) 21 0.2127 0.1470 21 278 39.9 317.9 54.1 41.0 413.0 20.0 433.0 485.9 117.6 604.0 604.0 558.0
MERSEYSIDE ADELAIDE HOUSE (FEM ONLY) 20 0.0000 0.1170 20 278 38.0 316.0 0.0 27.7 343.7 20.0 363.7 408.2 112.0 521.0 521.0 485.0
NORTHUMBRIA OZANAM HOUSE 27 0.0000 0.1182 288 6.2 294.2 0.0 26.1 320.3 20.0 340.3 381.8 151.2 533.0 533.0 498.0
NORTHUMBRIA ST CHRISTOPHERS 19 0.0000 0.1182 278 6.2 284.2 0.0 25.2 309.4 20.0 329.4 369.6 106.4 476.0 476.0 442.0
THAMES VALLEY ELIZABETH FRY (FEM ONLY) 21 0.1275 0.1370 21 278 39.9 317.9 32.4 36.0 386.3 20.0 406.3 455.9 117.6 574.0 574.0 533.0
WEST YORKSHIRE CARDIGAN HOUSE 25 0.0108 0.1020 288 288.0 2.5 22.2 312.7 20.0 332.7 373.4 140.0 514.0 514.0 479.0
WEST YORKSHIRE RIPON HOUSE 24 0.0108 0.1020 13 278 16.9 294.9 2.5 22.8 320.2 20.0 340.2 381.8 134.4 517.0 517.0 481.0
WEST YORKSHIRE ST JOHNS 28 0.0108 0.1020 288 288.0 2.5 22.2 312.7 20.0 332.7 373.4 156.8 531.0 531.0 496.0

TOTAL VOLUNTARY 261 81 3367 18.6 142.5 3,528.1 243.3 359.2049 4130.6 270 4,400.6 4938.2 1461.60 6407.00 6407.00 5945.00

GRAND TOTAL 2234 217 28304 111.6 338.5 28,754.1 1116.3 2997.108 32867.5 385.6 33,253.1 37315.1 15175.20 52539.00 52539.00 49102.00