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Published Impact Assessments

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Personal Care – Block Contracts

Posted: 5 August 2021

Impact Assessment of the tendering of time limited Personal Care Block Contracts – July 2021

Commissioning of additional Personal Care Block Contracts across the Devon County Council geographical area, to ensure there is enough
capacity available from independent providers to meet adult social care needs. About nineteen block contracts will be tendered across Devon and will operate for a period of 16 weeks from the commencement date, with the option to extend for a further 16 weeks.

Dawlish DA2 Infrastructure Delivery

Posted: 28 June 2021

Impact Assessment of the Dawlish DA2 Infrastructure project – June 2021

A new 800m link road is proposed extending west from the existing roundabout on the A379 Dawlish (Sainsburys Roundabout) across open land. The proposals include a new highway bridge to span over the Shutterton Brook. The proposed road will assist in unlocking land identified for housing developments. Land immediately either side of the Shutterton Brook is allocated for housing development within Areas 3 & 4 of the DA2 allocation. The housing developments are unviable without assistance with the delivery of the required link road and highway bridge.

 

Independent Investment Advice (Investment and Pension Fund Committee)

Posted: 28 June 2021

Impact Assessment of the Contract for the provision of Independent Investment Advice to the Investment and Pension Fund Committee

Devon Work Hubs Brand and Website Development Project

Posted: 4 June 2021

Devon Work Hubs Brand and Website Development Project – Impact Assessment June 2021

Devon Work Hubs is a network of 13 flexible office spaces located in urban, rural and coastal settlements across the County. The network has been operated by Devon County Council for 10-years and provides work hub developers with support, guidance, funding and visibility in developing and sustaining work hub provision. Post-pandemic, DCC Covid-19 Recovery Funding and Getting Building Funding will support the development of a further 18 locations to encourage local community economic diversity, meet the needs of new users such as Home Office Professionals and encourage entrepreneurialism. This project will review and develop the branding and website presence to reflect the changing flexible work space market, drive web traffic to hubs and accommodate the increased network.