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18/03/2023 £129,771 SURVIVORS UK In 2018/19 NHS England made an additional £4million per annum available nationally to support the implementation of the Strategic Direction for Sexual Assault and Abuse Services Lifelong care for victims and survivors: 2018 - 2023. Of this a recurrent annual sum was made available to London. NHS England (London) is initiating a Sexual Violence grants programme to manage the disbursement of these funds. It is offering funding specifically for the voluntary sector up until 31st March 2025. The intention of this grant is to meet the core priorities as set out in the SAAS Strategy through a variety of services offered in the voluntary sector and its resulting health, wellbeing and potential criminal justice outcomes for victims and survivors of abuse and assault, as well as broader workforce training and awareness raising in other services and sectors. Based on previous experience we anticipate awarding four to five grant recipients with the maximum grant available per organisation or partnership capped at £450,000 p/a with other successful bidders awarded thereafter based on the evaluation methodology. Each grant proposal will need to set out in their application how they intend to respond to three of the cross-cutting core priorities plus one other, what the geographical coverage will be and what outcomes will be achieved. The core priorities are as follows: National priority 1: Strengthening the approach to prevention National priority 2: Promoting safeguarding and the safety, protection and welfare of victims and survivors National priority 3: Involving victims and survivors in the development and improvement of service National priority 4: Introducing consistent quality standards National priority 5: Driving collaboration and reducing fragmentation National priority 6: Ensuring an appropriately trained workforce Outcomes These resources are to be used as a contribution to support the overall delivery of NHS Englands strategic direction for sexual assault and abuse services, and in this context influence the wider health systems response to sexual violence. The funding is not being used to deliver NHS Englands specific commissioning responsibilities such as those related to Sexual Assault Referral Centres (SARCs). The bidders will be required to identify outcomes in their application that meet the SAAS Core Priorities. We expect the general high-level outcomes to be achieved in London for the sexual violence sector: - More victims of sexual violence to report incidents of abuse - Reductions in repeat victimisation - Victims supported to cope and recover - Improved health and wellbeing - Improved access and experience of mainstream health services - Increasing links between the Havens (Londons Sexual Assault Referral Centre) and wider community services - Increased access to the criminal justice services - Reduction in the rates of attrition in cases as they progress through the criminal justice process - Improved victim satisfaction in criminal justice & health & well-being services - Survivors have increased access to other required services. - The long-term impact of sexual violence is reduced. The Voluntary Sector are well placed to meet the needs of victims and survivors of sexual assault and abuse, experience from the past 3 year grant has seen many more services users being able to access care and supported in their recovery demonstrating good value for money.
01/03/2023 £90,000 THE SAMARITANS Funding will enable the NSPA to provide insights to DHSC both through acting as a collective voice for its membership base as well as through its Lived Experience Network an online panel and group of carefully trained and supported Influencers who have been personally affected by suicidal crisis, suicidal thoughts and /or have been bereaved by suicide.
31/01/2023 £50,000 AGE UK Through the HW Alliance, policy teams can work collaboratively with the voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) organisations, accessing the sectors expertise and connecting policy leads with hard-to-reach communities. The Alliance comprises of 19 VCSE organisations and the membership is currently confirmed for 2021-24. These organisations bring the expertise of the VCSE sector, and the voices of the people they represent, into national policy development and delivery. The HW Alliance enables system partners (and their policy teams) to strengthen and build on the relationships with the VCSE sector, providing: A route for system partners to reach a wide range of VCSE organisations A collective voice for the VCSE sector Opportunities co-design and co-produce solutions on cross-cutting issues Access to the voices of communities that experience the greatest health inequalities. Activities of HW Alliance members are designed to align with the national strategic priorities of the system partners, with a continued focus on promoting equality and reducing health inequalities. "
31/01/2023 £32,000 BILD (VALUING PEOPLE ALLIANCE) Through the HW Alliance, policy teams can work collaboratively with the voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) organisations, accessing the sectors expertise and connecting policy leads with hard-to-reach communities. The Alliance comprises of 19 VCSE organisations and the membership is currently confirmed for 2021-24. These organisations bring the expertise of the VCSE sector, and the voices of the people they represent, into national policy development and delivery. The HW Alliance enables system partners (and their policy teams) to strengthen and build on the relationships with the VCSE sector, providing: A route for system partners to reach a wide range of VCSE organisations A collective voice for the VCSE sector Opportunities co-design and co-produce solutions on cross-cutting issues Access to the voices of communities that experience the greatest health inequalities. Activities of HW Alliance members are designed to align with the national strategic priorities of the system partners, with a continued focus on promoting equality and reducing health inequalities. "
31/01/2023 £22,463 HOMELESS LINK Through the HW Alliance, policy teams can work collaboratively with the voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) organisations, accessing the sectors expertise and connecting policy leads with hard-to-reach communities. The Alliance comprises of 19 VCSE organisations and the membership is currently confirmed for 2021-24. These organisations bring the expertise of the VCSE sector, and the voices of the people they represent, into national policy development and delivery. The HW Alliance enables system partners (and their policy teams) to strengthen and build on the relationships with the VCSE sector, providing: A route for system partners to reach a wide range of VCSE organisations A collective voice for the VCSE sector Opportunities co-design and co-produce solutions on cross-cutting issues Access to the voices of communities that experience the greatest health inequalities. Activities of HW Alliance members are designed to align with the national strategic priorities of the system partners, with a continued focus on promoting equality and reducing health inequalities. "
31/01/2023 £22,008 HOSPICE UK Through the HW Alliance, policy teams can work collaboratively with the voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) organisations, accessing the sectors expertise and connecting policy leads with hard-to-reach communities. The Alliance comprises of 19 VCSE organisations and the membership is currently confirmed for 2021-24. These organisations bring the expertise of the VCSE sector, and the voices of the people they represent, into national policy development and delivery. The HW Alliance enables system partners (and their policy teams) to strengthen and build on the relationships with the VCSE sector, providing: A route for system partners to reach a wide range of VCSE organisations A collective voice for the VCSE sector Opportunities co-design and co-produce solutions on cross-cutting issues Access to the voices of communities that experience the greatest health inequalities. Activities of HW Alliance members are designed to align with the national strategic priorities of the system partners, with a continued focus on promoting equality and reducing health inequalities. "
31/01/2023 £16,450 LGBT FOUNDATION Through the HW Alliance, policy teams can work collaboratively with the voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) organisations, accessing the sectors expertise and connecting policy leads with hard-to-reach communities. The Alliance comprises of 19 VCSE organisations and the membership is currently confirmed for 2021-24. These organisations bring the expertise of the VCSE sector, and the voices of the people they represent, into national policy development and delivery. The HW Alliance enables system partners (and their policy teams) to strengthen and build on the relationships with the VCSE sector, providing: A route for system partners to reach a wide range of VCSE organisations A collective voice for the VCSE sector Opportunities co-design and co-produce solutions on cross-cutting issues Access to the voices of communities that experience the greatest health inequalities. Activities of HW Alliance members are designed to align with the national strategic priorities of the system partners, with a continued focus on promoting equality and reducing health inequalities. "
31/01/2023 £49,500 NATIONAL VOICES Through the HW Alliance, policy teams can work collaboratively with the voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) organisations, accessing the sectors expertise and connecting policy leads with hard-to-reach communities. The Alliance comprises of 19 VCSE organisations and the membership is currently confirmed for 2021-24. These organisations bring the expertise of the VCSE sector, and the voices of the people they represent, into national policy development and delivery. The HW Alliance enables system partners (and their policy teams) to strengthen and build on the relationships with the VCSE sector, providing: A route for system partners to reach a wide range of VCSE organisations A collective voice for the VCSE sector Opportunities co-design and co-produce solutions on cross-cutting issues Access to the voices of communities that experience the greatest health inequalities. Activities of HW Alliance members are designed to align with the national strategic priorities of the system partners, with a continued focus on promoting equality and reducing health inequalities. "
31/01/2023 £50,000 NATIONAL VOICES Through the HW Alliance, policy teams can work collaboratively with the voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) organisations, accessing the sectors expertise and connecting policy leads with hard-to-reach communities. The Alliance comprises of 19 VCSE organisations and the membership is currently confirmed for 2021-24. These organisations bring the expertise of the VCSE sector, and the voices of the people they represent, into national policy development and delivery. The HW Alliance enables system partners (and their policy teams) to strengthen and build on the relationships with the VCSE sector, providing: A route for system partners to reach a wide range of VCSE organisations A collective voice for the VCSE sector Opportunities co-design and co-produce solutions on cross-cutting issues Access to the voices of communities that experience the greatest health inequalities. Activities of HW Alliance members are designed to align with the national strategic priorities of the system partners, with a continued focus on promoting equality and reducing health inequalities. "
31/01/2023 £12,960 TOMMY'S Through the HW Alliance, policy teams can work collaboratively with the voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) organisations, accessing the sectors expertise and connecting policy leads with hard-to-reach communities. The Alliance comprises of 19 VCSE organisations and the membership is currently confirmed for 2021-24. These organisations bring the expertise of the VCSE sector, and the voices of the people they represent, into national policy development and delivery. The HW Alliance enables system partners (and their policy teams) to strengthen and build on the relationships with the VCSE sector, providing: A route for system partners to reach a wide range of VCSE organisations A collective voice for the VCSE sector Opportunities co-design and co-produce solutions on cross-cutting issues Access to the voices of communities that experience the greatest health inequalities. Activities of HW Alliance members are designed to align with the national strategic priorities of the system partners, with a continued focus on promoting equality and reducing health inequalities. "
25/01/2023 £31,000 BLACKPOOL COUNCIL The Project concerns the delivery of near Real Time Suspected Suicide Surveillance (nRTSSS) systems. The aim is to develop a nationwide system that will support early detection of changes in suicide rates and patterns of risk to inform suicide prevention action and support local systems. This will be achieved through harnessing the strengths of nationwide coverage, enhanced by specific intelligence from local systems. Whilst some local areas have developed nRTSSS systems, they have different operational priorities and there is no current nationwide system. A nationwide nRTSSS system would allow us to significantly reduce the time that currently exists between the date of a death and reporting through the existing ONS registered deaths by suicide data releases. If robust data can be collected close to real time, it will provide an effective early warning system to support the ambition of reducing suicide in England by: 1. Assessing and reporting any overall change in rates and the impact on population groups (e.g., by ethnicity, geography, and economic deprivation). 2. Identifying emerging clusters and changes in methods. 3. Enhancing the development of more effective and appropriate interventions, including bereavement support. 4. Enabling better targeting of prevention efforts.
04/01/2023 £28,731 BILD - BRITISH INSTITUTE FOR LEARNING DISABILITIES To provide specialised support to members of the Building the Right Support (BtRS) Advisory Group. This Group includes people who have a learning disability or who are autistic and families or carers and who have lived experience of inpatient mental health settings.
01/01/2023 £3,000,000 GARDP FOUNDATION Working together to develop new treatments against drug-resistant infections and safeguarding their sustainable access.
19/12/2022 £25,000 LOVE TANK To provide funding for local community groups specialising in communications with the LGBTQ+ community to provide outreach and raise awareness of sexual health risks (including MonkeyPox) in this community.
19/12/2022 £21,104 MESMAC To provide funding for local community groups specialising in communications with the LGBTQ+ community to provide outreach and raise awareness of sexual health risks (including MonkeyPox) in this community.
19/12/2022 £22,000 THT To provide funding for local community groups specialising in communications with the LGBTQ+ community to provide outreach and raise awareness of sexual health risks (including MonkeyPox) in this community.
19/12/2022 £12,892 POSITIVE EAST To provide funding for local community groups specialising in communications with the LGBTQ+ community to provide outreach and raise awareness of sexual health risks (including MonkeyPox) in this community.
19/12/2022 £10,000 GAY MENS HEALTH COLLECTIVE To provide funding for local community groups specialising in communications with the LGBTQ+ community to provide outreach and raise awareness of sexual health risks (including MonkeyPox) in this community.
19/12/2022 £16,954 LGBT HERO To provide funding for local community groups specialising in communications with the LGBTQ+ community to provide outreach and raise awareness of sexual health risks (including MonkeyPox) in this community.
19/12/2022 £7,293 BRIGHTON AND HOVE SWITCHBOARD To provide funding for local community groups specialising in communications with the LGBTQ+ community to provide outreach and raise awareness of sexual health risks (including MonkeyPox) in this community.
19/12/2022 £21,285 AFRICA ADVOCACY To provide funding for local community groups specialising in communications with the LGBTQ+ community to provide outreach and raise awareness of sexual health risks (including MonkeyPox) in this community.
19/12/2022 £22,064 PASH PARTNERSHIP PROJECT To provide funding for local community groups specialising in communications with the LGBTQ+ community to provide outreach and raise awareness of sexual health risks (including MonkeyPox) in this community.
19/12/2022 £6,700 TRADE SEXUAL HEALTH To provide funding for local community groups specialising in communications with the LGBTQ+ community to provide outreach and raise awareness of sexual health risks (including MonkeyPox) in this community.
19/12/2022 £15,351 BELONG NOTTINGHAM To provide funding for local community groups specialising in communications with the LGBTQ+ community to provide outreach and raise awareness of sexual health risks (including MonkeyPox) in this community.
19/12/2022 £6,808 BRUNSWICK CENTRE To provide funding for local community groups specialising in communications with the LGBTQ+ community to provide outreach and raise awareness of sexual health risks (including MonkeyPox) in this community.
19/12/2022 £5,040 BIRMINGHAM LGBT To provide funding for local community groups specialising in communications with the LGBTQ+ community to provide outreach and raise awareness of sexual health risks (including MonkeyPox) in this community.
19/12/2022 £7,500 EDDYSTONE TRUST To provide funding for local community groups specialising in communications with the LGBTQ+ community to provide outreach and raise awareness of sexual health risks (including MonkeyPox) in this community.
16/12/2022 £76,050 ASHIANA COMMUNITY PROJECT The Health and Wellbeing (HW) Programme is a joint initiative managed by the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC), NHS England and Improvement (NHSE/I) and (soon to be confirmed UKHSA) (the system partners), providing a framework for collaboration with the voluntary sector in a way that is responsive to policy challenges and which promotes equality and the reduction of health inequalities.
16/12/2022 £196,210 BEST BEGINNINGS The Health and Wellbeing (HW) Programme is a joint initiative managed by the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC), NHS England and Improvement (NHSE/I) and (soon to be confirmed UKHSA) (the system partners), providing a framework for collaboration with the voluntary sector in a way that is responsive to policy challenges and which promotes equality and the reduction of health inequalities.
16/12/2022 £81,269 BIRMINGHAM VSC The Health and Wellbeing (HW) Programme is a joint initiative managed by the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC), NHS England and Improvement (NHSE/I) and (soon to be confirmed UKHSA) (the system partners), providing a framework for collaboration with the voluntary sector in a way that is responsive to policy challenges and which promotes equality and the reduction of health inequalities.
16/12/2022 £133,224 BROOK YOUNG PEOPLE The Health and Wellbeing (HW) Programme is a joint initiative managed by the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC), NHS England and Improvement (NHSE/I) and (soon to be confirmed UKHSA) (the system partners), providing a framework for collaboration with the voluntary sector in a way that is responsive to policy challenges and which promotes equality and the reduction of health inequalities.
16/12/2022 £32,863 ENDOMETRIOSIS UK The Health and Wellbeing (HW) Programme is a joint initiative managed by the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC), NHS England and Improvement (NHSE/I) and (soon to be confirmed UKHSA) (the system partners), providing a framework for collaboration with the voluntary sector in a way that is responsive to policy challenges and which promotes equality and the reduction of health inequalities.
16/12/2022 £110,707 FERTILITY NETWORK UK The Health and Wellbeing (HW) Programme is a joint initiative managed by the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC), NHS England and Improvement (NHSE/I) and (soon to be confirmed UKHSA) (the system partners), providing a framework for collaboration with the voluntary sector in a way that is responsive to policy challenges and which promotes equality and the reduction of health inequalities.
16/12/2022 £59,571 HEELEY DEVELOPMENT TRUST The Health and Wellbeing (HW) Programme is a joint initiative managed by the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC), NHS England and Improvement (NHSE/I) and (soon to be confirmed UKHSA) (the system partners), providing a framework for collaboration with the voluntary sector in a way that is responsive to policy challenges and which promotes equality and the reduction of health inequalities.
16/12/2022 £105,607 MATERNITY ACTION The Health and Wellbeing (HW) Programme is a joint initiative managed by the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC), NHS England and Improvement (NHSE/I) and (soon to be confirmed UKHSA) (the system partners), providing a framework for collaboration with the voluntary sector in a way that is responsive to policy challenges and which promotes equality and the reduction of health inequalities.
16/12/2022 £168,631 STILLBIRTH AND NEONATAL DEATH SOCIETY The Health and Wellbeing (HW) Programme is a joint initiative managed by the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC), NHS England and Improvement (NHSE/I) and (soon to be confirmed UKHSA) (the system partners), providing a framework for collaboration with the voluntary sector in a way that is responsive to policy challenges and which promotes equality and the reduction of health inequalities.
16/12/2022 £170,378 SUFFOLK'S LIBRARIES IPS LIMITED The Health and Wellbeing (HW) Programme is a joint initiative managed by the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC), NHS England and Improvement (NHSE/I) and (soon to be confirmed UKHSA) (the system partners), providing a framework for collaboration with the voluntary sector in a way that is responsive to policy challenges and which promotes equality and the reduction of health inequalities.
16/12/2022 £154,095 TAMESIDE, OLDHAM AND GLOSSOP MIND The Health and Wellbeing (HW) Programme is a joint initiative managed by the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC), NHS England and Improvement (NHSE/I) and (soon to be confirmed UKHSA) (the system partners), providing a framework for collaboration with the voluntary sector in a way that is responsive to policy challenges and which promotes equality and the reduction of health inequalities.
16/12/2022 £136,536 GYNAECOLOGY CANCER RESEARCH FUND The Health and Wellbeing (HW) Programme is a joint initiative managed by the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC), NHS England and Improvement (NHSE/I) and (soon to be confirmed UKHSA) (the system partners), providing a framework for collaboration with the voluntary sector in a way that is responsive to policy challenges and which promotes equality and the reduction of health inequalities.
16/12/2022 £107,464 WELLBEING OF WOMEN The Health and Wellbeing (HW) Programme is a joint initiative managed by the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC), NHS England and Improvement (NHSE/I) and (soon to be confirmed UKHSA) (the system partners), providing a framework for collaboration with the voluntary sector in a way that is responsive to policy challenges and which promotes equality and the reduction of health inequalities.
16/12/2022 £187,138 THE WOMEN'S ORGANISATION The Health and Wellbeing (HW) Programme is a joint initiative managed by the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC), NHS England and Improvement (NHSE/I) and (soon to be confirmed UKHSA) (the system partners), providing a framework for collaboration with the voluntary sector in a way that is responsive to policy challenges and which promotes equality and the reduction of health inequalities.
16/12/2022 £145,913 TOMMY'S The Health and Wellbeing (HW) Programme is a joint initiative managed by the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC), NHS England and Improvement (NHSE/I) and (soon to be confirmed UKHSA) (the system partners), providing a framework for collaboration with the voluntary sector in a way that is responsive to policy challenges and which promotes equality and the reduction of health inequalities.
16/12/2022 £77,162 HERE (CARE UNBOUND LIMITED) The Health and Wellbeing (HW) Programme is a joint initiative managed by the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC), NHS England and Improvement (NHSE/I) and (soon to be confirmed UKHSA) (the system partners), providing a framework for collaboration with the voluntary sector in a way that is responsive to policy challenges and which promotes equality and the reduction of health inequalities.
05/12/2022 £50,000 NHS RETIREMENT FELLOWSHIP The grant would be spent on enabling the Fellowship to continue their role in ensuring that the dedicated retired workforce that served the NHS is not forgotten, and crucial social networks and relationships are not lost. The grant would also ensure that the networks that have been created by the NHS Retirement Fellowship, continue to provide a valuable source of support for retired NHS staff. Which many find such a vital part of their everyday lives and helps them to avoid feeling isolated and lonely. This in turn will ease pressure on current NHS and social care services, which are already facing a constrained environment, so any relief to services would be greatly received. The grant would enable the Fellowship to continue to host its staff and volunteers - the Fellowship has 2.9 WTE staff in its headquarters, a small number of part time regional development Officers and volunteers. Without staff to support the Fellowship, the invaluable work that the Fellowship does would be lost and members would not receive the irreplaceable support, advice and guidance. NHS England would expect to see the Fellowship to continue to provide its services to its members over the next three years. The Fellowship will also be expected to provide an update to NHS England every six months on their programme of support to their members.
01/12/2022 £50,000 INDEPENDENT LIVES The overarching outcomes are as follows:Ensuring that the contribution of people with lived experience is integral to all development and delivery activity across the DirectorateThe Directorates national, regional and local sites have direct access to people with lived experience who are confident and competent to inform and guide their progress in implementing the key objectives across personalised care, community health services and primary careAmplifying the voice of lived experience and embedding strategic coproduction and supported self-management in services across the DirectoratePeople with lived experience will contribute at events and workshops attended by key decisions makers in health and care. This will ensure those decision makers are clear about the benefits of strategic coproduction and cognisant of the factors critical to successful implementation across numerous clinical pathwaysThere is easy access to real life stories from peoples experience of services across the Directorate and how they work, in different formats and through different channels, and from a range of people in different situations.
10/11/2022 £156,900 CHASING THE STIGMA The NHS Long Term Plan makes a renewed commitment to improve and widen access to care for children and adults needing mental health support. Before and during the pandemic, positive progress has been made on the expansion of adult crisis and liaison services such as the opening of 24/7 urgent mental health helpline, improvement of crisis alternative support such as crisis cafés, safe havens etc. However, the pandemic also has increased immense pressure on mental health services overall and therefore, it increased the acuity need and number of presentations to crisis and acute services. More people are looking for mental health services and the demand for signposting them to the right services remains an essential task. A&E pressures and particularly waiting times are higher than ever (30-40k MH attendances to ED each month, ~13% of MH patients now waiting above 12hrs), and the Hub of Hope is one of a number of alternative sources of support that we believe is likely to help diverting demand away from 111 / A&E.Developed by the charity Chasing the Stigma (CTS) the Hub of Hope (HoH) digital platform is a mental health signposting tool (website and mobile app) that is now the biggest and most comprehensive publicly available database of local mental health support. It has particular value in bringing together non-statutory services such as peer support groups that are highly valued by people, but are not held in a directory anywhere else. It is particularly unique as it has been developed from a lived experience perspective and therefore designed intuitively for people who may be feeling suicidal and seeking to know that there is support available and what type of support is likely to be most helpful a perspective that statutory bodies have traditionally failed to do well.Using a postcode search, web browsers or mobile devices location, the free app and website can pinpoint the nearest, local mental services anywhere in the UK, within both the NHS and across the third sector.The app also lists alternative resource to support people experiencing a mental health crisis, including a direct link to the Samaritans as well as a new, 24/7 crisis text service in partnership with Crisis Text Line, among other national bodies. All local NHS mental health crisis lines are also included prominently.CTS has made major strides in filling a gap in the sector that had not been achieved by any major statutory or other mental health organisation.
21/10/2022 £145,000 THE RICHARD DIMBLEBY CANCER FUND Outputs will be:1. Development of dedicated landing pages for some Cancer Alliances (replacing the need to develop their own health and well-being directory or websites). Local services have the ability to add their service spec and contact details, allowing continued growth.2. A CCM App is also being piloted, which will allow a greater functionality than the web page (evaluation 2023/24).3. Data from the Cancer Care Map is available to support service providers and alliances in understanding user journeys and service needs.Outcomes:Increased numbers of people affected by cancer (including friends and family) and health care teams will get easier and quicker access to up to date information on services to support them, enabling people to recover more quickly from cancer treatment, and to cope better with the long term impacts of cancer and its treatment, including physical, social and psychological.Using this funding, Cancer Care Map will increase users of the site by 25% year on year from starting point of 145,000 unique users achieved in 21/22. This would equate to approximately 36,250 new users by October 2023.We will also expect Cancer Care Map to achieve and maintain:- A Net Promoter Score of at least 25% (I.e. a customer experience measure, a score of over 20% is considered good).- Conversion rate of at least 10% (i.e. at least 10% of visitors to the site exit to information about a support service or group they are interested in)- A bounce rate of below 50% (i.e. at least 50% of visitors to the site view more than one page on the site)
01/10/2022 £1,088,791 BOSTON UNIVERSITY The purpose of the funding is to invest in high value innovative research to accelerate the development of products to reduce the harm to health,welfare and economic growth from drug resistant infections.Costed extension utilising GAMRIF underspend
01/10/2022 £198,985 NURSING AND MIDWIFERY COUNCIL To increase Observed Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) capacity, leveraged by the financial support for international recruitment as part of the 50k nurse Programme.
01/10/2022 £300,000 THE SOUTH CENTRE The South Centre (SC) has received support from the UK Fleming Fund that has enabled the Centre to scale up its work on antimicrobial resistance (AMR). The project grant was extended in 2020 and ended in June 2021. The project contributes to raising the awareness and to develop the capacity of policymakers and civil society groups (CSOs) of low and middle - income countries (LMICs) to take actions to tackle the growing crisis of AMR. The South Centre seeks continued support from the UK for a three-year period to advance its work in support of LMICs and CSOs, with increased focus on tackling AMR through a One Health approach, and the use of surveillance and other data on AMR to support evidence-based actions.
01/10/2022 £575,262 TROPICAL HEALTH AND EDUCATION TRUST The Commonwealth Partnerships for Antimicrobial Stewardship programme (CwPAMS) is funded by the Department of Health and Social Care using UK Aid funding and is managed by the Fleming Fund. It aims to strengthen antimicrobial stewardship in eight sub-Saharan countries Ghana, Kenya, Malawi, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia by leveraging UK NHS expertise.
01/10/2022 £44,000 THE QUEENS NURSING INSTITUTE The now established network is helping deliver the Chief Nurses ambition to amplify the professional voice of social care nursing across the health and care system; facilitate strong collaborative relationships between DHSC, UKHSA, NHSEI and community and public health teams; and provide DHSC with valuable intelligence and insights on IPC and operational practice, as the care sector moves forward from COVID-19 to a more business as usual footing.
01/10/2022 £1,114,557 UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD The aim for GRAM-2 is to build on the foundation of the first phase of the project, to standardise the measurement and deepen our understanding of the burden caused by drug resistant infections, its geographic distribution, and clinical impact.
01/10/2022 £2,500,000 GRAND CHALLENGES CANADA The programme aims to seed and transition to scale funding for high impact innovations that improve treatments and/or expand access to care for people living with or are at risk of mental disorders. 75% of all mental disorders start before the age of 24 the seed call will focus on the mental health needs of young people in low-and middle-income countries.
22/09/2022 £55,000 ACTION ON SMOKING AND HEALTH (ASH) A detailed mapping of options for regional / sub regional tobacco structures including a summary of effectiveness and stakeholder evaluation. Collaboration with Regional Directors in developing the mapping and to support implementation.At least three peer support groups for tobacco implementation supporting systems identified as requiring extra support to make progress in delivery.A series of webinars, based on themes and areas of challenge for implementation of tobacco commitments in the Long Term Plan, based on learning and intelligence from the peer support groups and other soft intelligence from the programme.High quality briefings and resources on particular topics to support LTP tobacco implementation programmes at organisational, system and regional levels.Ad-hoc expert advice to the tobacco programme for instance on the use of e-cigarettes.Impact evaluation of deliverables, to understand usefulness in organisational, system and regional implementation and outcomesDelivering value for moneyBy working with the VCSE we expect to gain relatively more resource for a fixed sum than would be possible working with an NHS or private sector organisation. In addition the organisation has significant expertise in the field which the grant should leverage meaning work can be completed faster and more efficiently than organisations without this background.The organisation proposed has strong networks which have been independently developed: for instance on smoking and mental health, and in midwifery services. The grant will make use of these networks in gathering intelligence to support delivery and dissemination of messages and materials: providing additional value to the work at no additional cost.Finally the NHS is investing significant funds (c£42m this year) in tobacco delivery and this grant will support the best use of this investment: meaning services are set up, achieve outcomes and so reduce health inequalities and improve health.ASH has the following attributes making it the only appropriate recipient for this funding, including its:Ability to act as an independent and honest broker of researched, evidence-based resources and models for reducing tobacco use in smokers at pace and at scale within the required timescales. They ran webinars on the LTP in 2021/22 which were well attended and reviewed by people working on tobacco in the NHS, and can build on this success.National reach with extensive stakeholder groups working to build a smoke free environment in England with particular reach into public health and Local Authority Stop Smoking services, an area NHS services have so far struggled to make links with.Strong networks and a trusted voice in order to ensure delivery, outcomes and evaluation of impact within the timescales provided by LTP commitmentEstablished expertise and connections within Regional Tobacco structures, which mean the regional tobacco aspect of the work can be completed quickly and to a high standard.
01/09/2022 £25,000 NATIONAL CARE FORUM Care Provider Alliance (CPA) brings together eleven organisations representing an estimated 50% of independent and voluntary adult social care providers in England. An umbrella organisation for Adult Social care providers the CPA works at a strategic level to engage the sector and support delivery and implementation of DHSC priority policy areas.
01/09/2022 £447,467 SKILLS FOR CARE LTD DHSC main delivery partner for Social Care Workforce development and focuses on four key themes: (1) recruitment & retention: (2) improving quaility of social care through prevention & wellbeing: (3) improving knowledge and skills of workforce (many self-employed) & registered managers: and (4)ensuring that future plans take account of sector experience through workforce integration.
01/09/2022 £21,956,340 SKILLS FOR CARE LTD DHSC main delivery partner for Social Care Workforce development and focuses on four key themes: (1) recruitment & retention: (2) improving quaility of social care through prevention & wellbeing: (3) improving knowledge and skills of workforce (many self-employed) & registered managers: and (4)ensuring that future plans take account of sector experience through workforce integration.
01/09/2022 £110,000 SKILLS FOR CARE LTD Office of Chief Social Worker workstream
01/08/2022 £198,000 REGISTERED NURSING HOME ASSOCIATION Award to Registered Nursing Home association acting as lead body for the Digital Social Care (DSC) consortium
01/08/2022 £135,000 THE SKIPTON FUND The Skipton Fund are acting as data controller for data relating to the Infected Blood Inquiry
01/08/2022 £84,893 ROYAL COLLEGE OF MIDWIVES Maternity working group to implement findings of Ockenden report Royal College of Midwifes and Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists
01/08/2022 £180,000 SKILLS FOR CARE LTD Learning Disability & Autism element of SfC work programme
01/08/2022 £1,585,000 SOCIAL CARE INSTITUTE FOR EXCELLENCE SCIE are an independent Social Care improvement agency. The grant is used to facilitate sector improvement, generally by improved awareness, knowledge, skills and experience of the workforce, and also specifically in areas including; safeguarding, strengths-based practice, mental capacity, prevention and dementia, all of which are key policy areas for DHSC.
01/08/2022 £704,000 SOCIAL CARE INSTITUTE FOR EXCELLENCE Think Local Act Personal (TLAP) is a national partnership of more than 50 organisations committed to transforming health and care through personalisation and community-based support. The partnership spans central and local government, social care providers, the NHS, and the voluntary and community sector as well as people with lived experience and unpaid carers, through the National Co-production Advisory Group (NCAG).
01/08/2022 £72,000 THE FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE FOUNDATION Leadership Development Programme for Nurse Chairs of Integrated Care System
21/07/2022 £330,022 THINK AHEAD Provide fast track social work training at degree and post graduate level.
01/06/2022 £1,721,125 ACORNS CHILDREN'S HOSPICE TRUST The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people
01/06/2022 £213,809 ALEXANDER DEVINE CHILDREN'S CANCER TRUST Part of a 4 year grant scheme to support hospices.The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people.
01/06/2022 £722,610 BLUEBELL WOOD CHILDREN'S HOSPICE The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people. Please note that these hospice grants were previously funded by DHSC and was then transferred to NHSE to distribute and manage as ongoing support to the childrens hospices via a multi year award. The original agreements and decisions made at the time were back in ~2019 as part of government and NHSE discussions around the long term plan.
01/06/2022 £203,378 TRINITY HOSPICE AND PALLIATIVE CARE SERVICES LTD The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people. Please note that these hospice grants were previously funded by DHSC and was then transferred to NHSE to distribute and manage as ongoing support to the childrens hospices via a multi year award.
01/06/2022 £249,432 BUTTERWICK LIMITED The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people. Please note that these hospice grants were previously funded by DHSC and was then transferred to NHSE to distribute and manage as ongoing support to the childrens hospices via a multi year award.
01/06/2022 £577,425 ST BARNABAS HOSPICES (SUSSEX) LTD (CHESTNUT TREE HOUSE CHILDREN'S HOSPICES) The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people. Please note that these hospice grants were previously funded by DHSC and was then transferred to NHSE to distribute and manage as ongoing support to the childrens hospices via a multi year award. The original agreements and decisions made at the time were back in ~2019 as part of government and NHSE discussions around the long term plan.
01/06/2022 £1,144,194 CHILDREN'S HOSPICE SOUTH WEST The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people. Please note that these hospice grants were previously funded by DHSC and was then transferred to NHSE to distribute and manage as ongoing support to the childrens hospices via a multi year award.
01/06/2022 £745,745 CLAIRE HOUSE CHILDREN'S HOSPICE The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people. Please note that these hospice grants were previously funded by DHSC and was then transferred to NHSE to distribute and manage as ongoing support to the childrens hospices via a multi year award.
01/06/2022 £1,398,404 DEMELZA HOUSE CHILDRENS HOSPICE The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people. Please note that these hospice grants were previously funded by DHSC and was then transferred to NHSE to distribute and manage as ongoing support to the childrens hospices via a multi year award.
01/06/2022 £938,409 DERIAN HOUSE CHILDRENS HOSPICE The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people. Please note that these hospice grants were previously funded by DHSC and was then transferred to NHSE to distribute and manage as ongoing support to the childrens hospices via a multi year award.
01/06/2022 £349,592 DOUGLAS MACMILLAN HOSPICE (WAS DONNA LOUISE) The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people. Please note that these hospice grants were previously funded by DHSC and was then transferred to NHSE to distribute and manage as ongoing support to the childrens hospices via a multi year award.
01/06/2022 £897,149 EAST ANGLIA'S CHILDREN'S HOSPICES The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people. Please note that these hospice grants were previously funded by DHSC and was then transferred to NHSE to distribute and manage as ongoing support to the childrens hospices via a multi year award.
01/06/2022 £296,014 JIGSAW CHILDREN'S HOSPICE (EDEN VALLEY HOSPICE) The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people. Please note that these hospice grants were previously funded by DHSC and was then transferred to NHSE to distribute and manage as ongoing support to the childrens hospices via a multi year award.
01/06/2022 £199,608 ELLENOR The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people
01/06/2022 £462,772 THE FORGET ME NOT CHILDREN'S HOSPICE The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people. Please note that these hospice grants were previously funded by DHSC and was then transferred to NHSE to distribute and manage as ongoing support to the childrens hospices via a multi year award.
01/06/2022 £634,284 FRANCIS HOUSE CHILDREN'S HOSPICE The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people
01/06/2022 £518,875 HAVEN HOUSE CHILDREN'S HOSPICE (HAVEN HOUSE FOUNDATION) The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people.
01/06/2022 £459,226 HELEN & DOUGLAS HOUSE HOSPICE CARE FOR CHILDREN & YOUNG ADULTS The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people.
01/06/2022 £320,350 HOPE HOUSE CHILDREN'S HOSPICES The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people. Please note that these hospice grants were previously funded by DHSC and was then transferred to NHSE to distribute and manage as ongoing support to the childrens hospices via a multi year award.
01/06/2022 £122,867 JAMES HOPKINS TRUST The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people. Please note that these hospice grants were previously funded by DHSC and was then transferred to NHSE to distribute and manage as ongoing support to the childrens hospices via a multi year award.
01/06/2022 £145,144 THE JESSIE MAY TRUST The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people. Please note that these hospice grants were previously funded by DHSC and was then transferred to NHSE to distribute and manage as ongoing support to the childrens hospices via a multi year award.
01/06/2022 £536,272 JULIA'S HOUSE LIMITED The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people. Please note that these hospice grants were previously funded by DHSC and was then transferred to NHSE to distribute and manage as ongoing support to the childrens hospices via a multi year award.
01/06/2022 £688,896 KEECH HOSPICE CARE The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people. Please note that these hospice grants were previously funded by DHSC and was then transferred to NHSE to distribute and manage as ongoing support to the childrens hospices via a multi year award.
01/06/2022 £443,552 HAVENS CHRISTIAN HOSPICE (NOW KNOWN AS HAVENS HOSPICES) The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people. Please note that these hospice grants were previously funded by DHSC and was then transferred to NHSE to distribute and manage as ongoing support to the childrens hospices via a multi year award.
01/06/2022 £917,229 MARTIN HOUSE The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people. Please note that these hospice grants were previously funded by DHSC and was then transferred to NHSE to distribute and manage as ongoing support to the childrens hospices via a multi year award.
01/06/2022 £754,769 WESSEX CHILDREN'S HOSPICE TRUST The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people. Please note that these hospice grants were previously funded by DHSC and was then transferred to NHSE to distribute and manage as ongoing support to the childrens hospices via a multi year award.
01/06/2022 £508,696 NOAH'S ARK - THE CHILDREN'S HOSPICE The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people. Please note that these hospice grants were previously funded by DHSC and was then transferred to NHSE to distribute and manage as ongoing support to the childrens hospices via a multi year award. The original agreements and decisions made at the time were back in ~2019 as part of government and NHSE discussions around the long term plan.
01/06/2022 £1,168,916 COPE CHILDREN'S TRUST (RAINBOWS HOSPICE FOR CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE) The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people. Please note that these hospice grants were previously funded by DHSC and was then transferred to NHSE to distribute and manage as ongoing support to the childrens hospices via a multi year award.
01/06/2022 £140,530 RENNIE GROVE HOSPICE CARE The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people. Please note that these hospice grants were previously funded by DHSC and was then transferred to NHSE to distribute and manage as ongoing support to the childrens hospices via a multi year award.
01/06/2022 £387,335 RICHARD HOUSE CHILDREN'S HOSPICE The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people. Please note that these hospice grants were previously funded by DHSC and was then transferred to NHSE to distribute and manage as ongoing support to the childrens hospices via a multi year award.
01/06/2022 £1,502,808 SHOOTING STAR CHILDREN'S HOSPICES The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people. Please note that these hospice grants were previously funded by DHSC and was then transferred to NHSE to distribute and manage as ongoing support to the childrens hospices via a multi year award. The original agreements and decisions made at the time were back in ~2019 as part of government and NHSE discussions around the long term plan.
01/06/2022 £296,177 ST ANDREWS HOSPICE LIMITED The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people. Please note that these hospice grants were previously funded by DHSC and was then transferred to NHSE to distribute and manage as ongoing support to the childrens hospices via a multi year award.
01/06/2022 £371,297 ST OSWALD'S HOSPICE The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people. Please note that these hospice grants were previously funded by DHSC and was then transferred to NHSE to distribute and manage as ongoing support to the childrens hospices via a multi year award.
01/06/2022 £306,647 THE CHILDREN'S TRUST, TADWORTH The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people. Please note that these hospice grants were previously funded by DHSC and was then transferred to NHSE to distribute and manage as ongoing support to the childrens hospices via a multi year award.
01/06/2022 £306,647 ZOE'S PLACE TRUST The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people. Please note that these hospice grants were previously funded by DHSC and was then transferred to NHSE to distribute and manage as ongoing support to the childrens hospices via a multi year award.
01/06/2022 £149,817 ZOë'S PLACE TRUST (LIVERPOOL) The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people. Please note that these hospice grants were previously funded by DHSC and was then transferred to NHSE to distribute and manage as ongoing support to the childrens hospices via a multi year award. The original agreements and decisions made at the time were back in ~2019 as part of government and NHSE discussions around the long term plan.
01/06/2022 £100,000 ZOë'S PLACE TRUST (MIDDLESBROUGH) The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people. Please note that these hospice grants were previously funded by DHSC and was then transferred to NHSE to distribute and manage as ongoing support to the childrens hospices via a multi year award.
19/05/2022 £9,080,334 THE THALIDOMIDE TRUST Provide health and wellbeing support for English thalidomiders.
01/05/2022 £75,000 NATIONAL CARE FORUM Care Provider Alliance (CPA) brings together eleven organisations representing an estimated 50% of independent and voluntary adult social care providers in England. An umbrella organisation for Adult Social care providers the CPA works at a strategic level to engage the sector and support delivery and implementation of DHSC priority policy areas.
01/05/2022 £242,137 MSI REPRODUCTIVE CHOICES To reimburse independent abortion providers for any abortion services provided to women usually resident in Northern Ireland travelling to England for an abortion procedure.To run a central booking service (CBS) providing a single point of contact, appointment and referral service for women to access timely termination of pregnancy services.
01/05/2022 £80,642 BRITISH PREGNANCY ADVISORY SERVICE To reimburse independent abortion providers for any abortion services provided to women usually resident in Northern Ireland travelling to England for an abortion procedure.
01/05/2022 £25,157 NATIONAL UNPLANNED PREGNANCY ADVISORY SERVICE To reimburse independent abortion providers for any abortion services provided to women usually resident in Northern Ireland travelling to England for an abortion procedure.
29/04/2022 £3,788,542 REGISTERED NURSING HOME ASSOCIATION LIMITED Through the Better Security Better Care programme, activities from this spending will maintain and strengthen data protection standards, cyber security and resilience in Adult Social Care.
01/04/2022 £14,500 BURY METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL 2022-09-30 - Scheme Uploaded by GGMF via CGAP form, please update scheme details.
01/04/2022 £180,351 DURHAM COUNTY UA 2022-09-30 - Scheme Uploaded by GGMF via CGAP form, please update scheme details.
01/04/2022 £440,000 EAST SUSSEX COUNTY COUNCIL 2022-09-30 - Scheme Uploaded by GGMF via CGAP form, please update scheme details.
01/04/2022 £75,000 GLOUCESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL 2022-09-30 - Scheme Uploaded by GGMF via CGAP form, please update scheme details.
01/04/2022 £19,000 LEEDS CITY COUNCIL 2022-09-30 - Scheme Uploaded by GGMF via CGAP form, please update scheme details.
01/04/2022 £164,000 LINCOLNSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL 2022-09-30 - Scheme Uploaded by GGMF via CGAP form, please update scheme details.
01/04/2022 £756,100 NORFOLK COUNTY COUNCIL 2022-09-30 - Scheme Uploaded by GGMF via CGAP form, please update scheme details.
01/04/2022 £18,125 SHROPSHIRE COUNTY UA 2022-09-30 - Scheme Uploaded by GGMF via CGAP form, please update scheme details.
01/04/2022 £2,925,152 BOSTON UNIVERSITY The Authority will provide funding of up to £27,100,000, to the Grant Recipient towards CARB-X, which invests in high-value, innovative research to accelerate the development of products to reduce the harm to human health, welfare and economic growth from drug-resistant infections. In particular, the Programme will focus on prevention (including vaccines), novel antibiotics with suitable performance characteristics, alternatives to antibiotics for humans and diagnostics that rapidly identify causative agents and underscore appropriate treatments, as primarily and directly relevant to people in LMICs.
01/04/2022 £159,296 NEWHAM LONDON BOROUGH The funding is to cover agreed wind down costs associated with the delay in charging reform to trailblazer local authorities.
01/04/2022 £1,183,804 OXFORDSHIRE The funding is to cover agreed wind down costs associated with the delay in charging reform to trailblazer local authorities.
01/04/2022 £38,500 WOLVERHAMPTON METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL The funding is to cover agreed wind down costs associated with the delay in charging reform to trailblazer local authorities.
01/04/2022 £485,399 BATH AND NORTH EAST SOMERSET COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £199,119 BLACKBURN WITH DARWEN BOROUGH COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £437,021 ESSEX COUNTY COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £156,490 EAST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £387,666 DEVON COUNTY COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £329,372 NORFOLK COUNTY COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £301,988 THE ROYAL BOROUGH OF GREENWICH DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £196,748 EAST SUSSEX COUNTY COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £352,467 HEREFORDSHIRE COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £258,648 ROYAL BOROUGH OF KENSINGTON AND CHELSEA DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £365,723 LINCOLNSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £259,337 MEDWAY COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £161,658 SOMERSET COUNTY COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £457,539 SHROPSHIRE COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £267,747 SLOUGH BOROUGH COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £269,389 HERTFORSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £415,849 KENT COUNTY COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £312,435 WILTSHIRE COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £226,034 WORCESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £67,535 BARNET COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £203,781 CENTRAL BEDFORDSHIRE COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £539,970 BIRMINGHAM CITY COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £746,796 BOURNEMOUTH, CHRISTCHURCH AND POOLE COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £100,497 LONDON BOROUGH OF BRENT DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £45,666 BRIGHTON AND HOVE CITY COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £153,944 BRISTOL CITY COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £105,907 CAMBRIDGESHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £217,039 LONDON BOROUGH OF CAMDEN DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £1,529,138 CORNWALL UNITY AUTHORITY DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £158,643 CROYDON COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £296,488 DORSET COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £389,600 EALING COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £51,757 LONDON BOROUGH OF ENFIELD DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £467,803 LONDON BOROUGH OF HACKNEY DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £309,739 LONDON BOROUGH OF HARINGEY DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £274,344 LONDON BOROUGH OF HILLINGDON DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £81,477 LONDON BOROUGH OF ISLINGTON DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £92,291 ROYAL BOROUGH OF KINGSTON UPON THAMES DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £566,690 LAMBETH LOCAL AUTHORITY DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £18,727 LEEDS CITY COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £107,851 LEWISHAM COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £293,879 LIVERPOOL CITY COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £142,557 LUTON COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £293,071 MANCHESTER CITY COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £310,985 MILTON KEYNES COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £713,685 LONDON BOROUGH OF NEWHAM DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £492,706 NORTHAMPTONSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £1,145,994 OXFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £107,735 PETERBOROUGH CITY COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £352,692 PORTSMOUTH CITY COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £486,306 LANCASHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £430,615 READING BOROUGH COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £176,244 LONDON BOROUGH OF REDBRIDGE DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £17,357 LONDON BOROUGH OF RICHMOND UPON THAMES DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £221,695 SHEFFIELD CITY COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £225,349 SOUTHAMPTON CITY COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £170,341 SOUTHEND-ON-SEA BOROUGH COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £124,549 LONDON BOROUGH OF SOUTHWARK DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £127,651 LONDON BOROUGH OF TOWER HAMLETS DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £151,830 WANDSWORTH BOROUGH COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £1,743,081 WESTMINSTER CITY COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £552,089 BLACKPOOL BOROUGH COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £246,973 BOLTON METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £674,298 CITY OF BRADFORD METROPOLITAN DISTRICT COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £152,441 DURHAM COUNTY COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £293,188 COVENTRY CITY COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £318,435 DERBY CITY COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £71,728 DONCASTER COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £583,138 KINGSTON UPON HULL CITY COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £265,768 LEICESTER CITY COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £314,552 MIDDLESBROUGH COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £239,471 NEWCASTLE CITY COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £846,458 NOTTINGHAM CITY COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £345,876 OLDHAM COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £409,177 PLYMOUTH CITY COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £261,739 ROCHDALE BOROUGH COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £395,335 SALFORD CITY COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £196,060 STOKE-ON-TRENT CITY COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £461,951 WALTHAM FOREST COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £443,403 WEST SUSSEX COUNTY COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £425,367 WIGAN COUNCIL DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £487,176 LONDON BOROUGH OF NEWHAM DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £801,365 CITY OF LONDON CORPORATION DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £142,729 CITY OF LONDON CORPORATION DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £341,313 CITY OF LONDON CORPORATION DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
01/04/2022 £52,754 GREATER LONDON AUTHORITY (GLA) DLUHC is launching years 3 to 5 (2022/23 - 2024/25) of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant (RSDATG) which provides funding to deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough who have substance misuse support needs. It also funds staff to provide support to this cohort.
18/03/2022 £39,750 £4,618,982 ROY CASTLE LUNG CANCER FOUNDATION Barriers for attendance include lack of knowledge around lung cancer and lack of awareness of the Targeted Lung Health Checks. The proposal from Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation is designed to tackle these barriers through the following by:Highlighting the importance of early detectionChallenge disease and symptom misconceptionsProvide accessible information about lung cancer and the TLHC programmePrime eligible participants to respond to invitationsPhase one of the campaign will focus on pre-education, increasing the publics awareness of lung cancer and in turn illustrating the importance of the TLHC programme when it comes to early detection.The second phase will be a very targeted campaign, focused on eligible participants ensuring they are aware of the TLHC ahead of receiving an invite and fully understand why and what they are being invited for.Success will be measured through research and engagement of the communication assets as well as monitoring uptake levels. By increasing uptake levels this will help us in achieving our long term ambition to diagnose more cancers at an earlier stage, also enabling simpler and often more successful treatment.
18/03/2022 £450,000 WOMEN AND GIRLS NETWORK In 2018/19 NHS England made an additional £4million per annum available nationally to support the implementation of the Strategic Direction for Sexual Assault and Abuse Services Lifelong care for victims and survivors: 2018 - 2023. Of this a recurrent annual sum was made available to London. NHS England (London) is initiating a Sexual Violence grants programme to manage the disbursement of these funds. It is offering funding specifically for the voluntary sector up until 31st March 2025. The intention of this grant is to meet the core priorities as set out in the SAAS Strategy through a variety of services offered in the voluntary sector and its resulting health, wellbeing and potential criminal justice outcomes for victims and survivors of abuse and assault, as well as broader workforce training and awareness raising in other services and sectors. Based on previous experience we anticipate awarding four to five grant recipients with the maximum grant available per organisation or partnership capped at £450,000 p/a with other successful bidders awarded thereafter based on the evaluation methodology. Each grant proposal will need to set out in their application how they intend to respond to three of the cross-cutting core priorities plus one other, what the geographical coverage will be and what outcomes will be achieved. The core priorities are as follows: National priority 1: Strengthening the approach to prevention National priority 2: Promoting safeguarding and the safety, protection and welfare of victims and survivors National priority 3: Involving victims and survivors in the development and improvement of service National priority 4: Introducing consistent quality standards National priority 5: Driving collaboration and reducing fragmentation National priority 6: Ensuring an appropriately trained workforce Outcomes These resources are to be used as a contribution to support the overall delivery of NHS Englands strategic direction for sexual assault and abuse services, and in this context influence the wider health systems response to sexual violence. The funding is not being used to deliver NHS Englands specific commissioning responsibilities such as those related to Sexual Assault Referral Centres (SARCs). The bidders will be required to identify outcomes in their application that meet the SAAS Core Priorities. We expect the general high-level outcomes to be achieved in London for the sexual violence sector: - More victims of sexual violence to report incidents of abuse - Reductions in repeat victimisation - Victims supported to cope and recover - Improved health and wellbeing - Improved access and experience of mainstream health services - Increasing links between the Havens (Londons Sexual Assault Referral Centre) and wider community services - Increased access to the criminal justice services - Reduction in the rates of attrition in cases as they progress through the criminal justice process - Improved victim satisfaction in criminal justice & health & well-being services - Survivors have increased access to other required services. - The long-term impact of sexual violence is reduced. The Voluntary Sector are well placed to meet the needs of victims and survivors of sexual assault and abuse, experience from the past 3 year grant has seen many more services users being able to access care and supported in their recovery demonstrating good value for money.
18/03/2022 £351,516 RASAC In 2018/19 NHS England made an additional £4million per annum available nationally to support the implementation of the Strategic Direction for Sexual Assault and Abuse Services Lifelong care for victims and survivors: 2018 - 2023. Of this a recurrent annual sum was made available to London. NHS England (London) is initiating a Sexual Violence grants programme to manage the disbursement of these funds. It is offering funding specifically for the voluntary sector up until 31st March 2025. The intention of this grant is to meet the core priorities as set out in the SAAS Strategy through a variety of services offered in the voluntary sector and its resulting health, wellbeing and potential criminal justice outcomes for victims and survivors of abuse and assault, as well as broader workforce training and awareness raising in other services and sectors. Based on previous experience we anticipate awarding four to five grant recipients with the maximum grant available per organisation or partnership capped at £450,000 p/a with other successful bidders awarded thereafter based on the evaluation methodology. Each grant proposal will need to set out in their application how they intend to respond to three of the cross-cutting core priorities plus one other, what the geographical coverage will be and what outcomes will be achieved. The core priorities are as follows: National priority 1: Strengthening the approach to prevention National priority 2: Promoting safeguarding and the safety, protection and welfare of victims and survivors National priority 3: Involving victims and survivors in the development and improvement of service National priority 4: Introducing consistent quality standards National priority 5: Driving collaboration and reducing fragmentation National priority 6: Ensuring an appropriately trained workforce Outcomes These resources are to be used as a contribution to support the overall delivery of NHS Englands strategic direction for sexual assault and abuse services, and in this context influence the wider health systems response to sexual violence. The funding is not being used to deliver NHS Englands specific commissioning responsibilities such as those related to Sexual Assault Referral Centres (SARCs). The bidders will be required to identify outcomes in their application that meet the SAAS Core Priorities. We expect the general high-level outcomes to be achieved in London for the sexual violence sector: - More victims of sexual violence to report incidents of abuse - Reductions in repeat victimisation - Victims supported to cope and recover - Improved health and wellbeing - Improved access and experience of mainstream health services - Increasing links between the Havens (Londons Sexual Assault Referral Centre) and wider community services - Increased access to the criminal justice services - Reduction in the rates of attrition in cases as they progress through the criminal justice process - Improved victim satisfaction in criminal justice & health & well-being services - Survivors have increased access to other required services. - The long-term impact of sexual violence is reduced. The Voluntary Sector are well placed to meet the needs of victims and survivors of sexual assault and abuse, experience from the past 3 year grant has seen many more services users being able to access care and supported in their recovery demonstrating good value for money.
18/03/2022 £324,906 BROOK YOUNG PEOPLE In 2018/19 NHS England made an additional £4million per annum available nationally to support the implementation of the Strategic Direction for Sexual Assault and Abuse Services Lifelong care for victims and survivors: 2018 - 2023. Of this a recurrent annual sum was made available to London. NHS England (London) is initiating a Sexual Violence grants programme to manage the disbursement of these funds. It is offering funding specifically for the voluntary sector up until 31st March 2025. The intention of this grant is to meet the core priorities as set out in the SAAS Strategy through a variety of services offered in the voluntary sector and its resulting health, wellbeing and potential criminal justice outcomes for victims and survivors of abuse and assault, as well as broader workforce training and awareness raising in other services and sectors. Based on previous experience we anticipate awarding four to five grant recipients with the maximum grant available per organisation or partnership capped at £450,000 p/a with other successful bidders awarded thereafter based on the evaluation methodology. Each grant proposal will need to set out in their application how they intend to respond to three of the cross-cutting core priorities plus one other, what the geographical coverage will be and what outcomes will be achieved. The core priorities are as follows: National priority 1: Strengthening the approach to prevention National priority 2: Promoting safeguarding and the safety, protection and welfare of victims and survivors National priority 3: Involving victims and survivors in the development and improvement of service National priority 4: Introducing consistent quality standards National priority 5: Driving collaboration and reducing fragmentation National priority 6: Ensuring an appropriately trained workforce Outcomes These resources are to be used as a contribution to support the overall delivery of NHS Englands strategic direction for sexual assault and abuse services, and in this context influence the wider health systems response to sexual violence. The funding is not being used to deliver NHS Englands specific commissioning responsibilities such as those related to Sexual Assault Referral Centres (SARCs). The bidders will be required to identify outcomes in their application that meet the SAAS Core Priorities. We expect the general high-level outcomes to be achieved in London for the sexual violence sector: - More victims of sexual violence to report incidents of abuse - Reductions in repeat victimisation - Victims supported to cope and recover - Improved health and wellbeing - Improved access and experience of mainstream health services - Increasing links between the Havens (Londons Sexual Assault Referral Centre) and wider community services - Increased access to the criminal justice services - Reduction in the rates of attrition in cases as they progress through the criminal justice process - Improved victim satisfaction in criminal justice & health & well-being services - Survivors have increased access to other required services. - The long-term impact of sexual violence is reduced. The Voluntary Sector are well placed to meet the needs of victims and survivors of sexual assault and abuse, experience from the past 3 year grant has seen many more services users being able to access care and supported in their recovery demonstrating good value for money.
18/03/2022 £75,565 NOA GIRLS In 2018/19 NHS England made an additional £4million per annum available nationally to support the implementation of the Strategic Direction for Sexual Assault and Abuse Services Lifelong care for victims and survivors: 2018 - 2023. Of this a recurrent annual sum was made available to London. NHS England (London) is initiating a Sexual Violence grants programme to manage the disbursement of these funds. It is offering funding specifically for the voluntary sector up until 31st March 2025. The intention of this grant is to meet the core priorities as set out in the SAAS Strategy through a variety of services offered in the voluntary sector and its resulting health, wellbeing and potential criminal justice outcomes for victims and survivors of abuse and assault, as well as broader workforce training and awareness raising in other services and sectors. Based on previous experience we anticipate awarding four to five grant recipients with the maximum grant available per organisation or partnership capped at £450,000 p/a with other successful bidders awarded thereafter based on the evaluation methodology. Each grant proposal will need to set out in their application how they intend to respond to three of the cross-cutting core priorities plus one other, what the geographical coverage will be and what outcomes will be achieved. The core priorities are as follows: National priority 1: Strengthening the approach to prevention National priority 2: Promoting safeguarding and the safety, protection and welfare of victims and survivors National priority 3: Involving victims and survivors in the development and improvement of service National priority 4: Introducing consistent quality standards National priority 5: Driving collaboration and reducing fragmentation National priority 6: Ensuring an appropriately trained workforce Outcomes These resources are to be used as a contribution to support the overall delivery of NHS Englands strategic direction for sexual assault and abuse services, and in this context influence the wider health systems response to sexual violence. The funding is not being used to deliver NHS Englands specific commissioning responsibilities such as those related to Sexual Assault Referral Centres (SARCs). The bidders will be required to identify outcomes in their application that meet the SAAS Core Priorities. We expect the general high-level outcomes to be achieved in London for the sexual violence sector: - More victims of sexual violence to report incidents of abuse - Reductions in repeat victimisation - Victims supported to cope and recover - Improved health and wellbeing - Improved access and experience of mainstream health services - Increasing links between the Havens (Londons Sexual Assault Referral Centre) and wider community services - Increased access to the criminal justice services - Reduction in the rates of attrition in cases as they progress through the criminal justice process - Improved victim satisfaction in criminal justice & health & well-being services - Survivors have increased access to other required services. - The long-term impact of sexual violence is reduced. The Voluntary Sector are well placed to meet the needs of victims and survivors of sexual assault and abuse, experience from the past 3 year grant has seen many more services users being able to access care and supported in their recovery demonstrating good value for money.
10/02/2022 £78,889 £5,570,178 CAUDWELL CHILDREN We are looking for bids that provide support in the following ways:Supporting the mental health needs of children, young people and adults with learning disability and autistic individuals who may struggle to access ordinarily available supportSupporting autistic children, young people and adults those with a learning disability to access appropriate health care and support and supporting individuals to access annual health checksSupporting autistic children, young people and adults and those with a learning disability when facing crisis to prevent admission to inpatient mental health careSupporting parent carers, family members and carers who have been affected and impacted by COVID-19.Providing information, advice and support for children, young people, adults and their parent carers, families and paid carers about their rights to care, support and treatment.On 27 March 2021, the Government published a COVID-19 mental health and wellbeing recovery action plan. The plan sets out their actions to prevent, mitigate and respond to the mental health impacts of the pandemic during 2021 to 2022.The plan gives details of how the £500million, announced in the Spending Review, to support recovery of the Long-Term Plan ambitions for mental health will be allocated. Whilst recovery across all mental health services should ensure it is considering the needs of individuals with learning disability and autistic people, and making reasonable adjustments, £31m has been specifically allocated to support specific Learning Disability and Autism projects and is one-off, non-recurrent money for 2021/22£31 million to address particular challenges faced by individuals with a learning disability and autistic people, who are struggling with their mental health, and to support faster discharge from mental health settings back into the community. Specifically, funding will be used to address the diagnostic backlog in autism services and investment in early identification and intervention, to prevent children and young people with learning disability, autism or both, escalating into crisis. This will also include strengthening good quality inpatient care, with particular support to enable step down and discharge for those with the most complex needs
10/02/2022 £78,889 £516,484 THE CHALLENGING BEHAVIOUR FOUNDATION We are looking for bids that provide support in the following ways:Supporting the mental health needs of children, young people and adults with learning disability and autistic individuals who may struggle to access ordinarily available supportSupporting autistic children, young people and adults those with a learning disability to access appropriate health care and support and supporting individuals to access annual health checksSupporting autistic children, young people and adults and those with a learning disability when facing crisis to prevent admission to inpatient mental health careSupporting parent carers, family members and carers who have been affected and impacted by COVID-19.Providing information, advice and support for children, young people, adults and their parent carers, families and paid carers about their rights to care, support and treatment.On 27 March 2021, the Government published a COVID-19 mental health and wellbeing recovery action plan. The plan sets out their actions to prevent, mitigate and respond to the mental health impacts of the pandemic during 2021 to 2022.The plan gives details of how the £500million, announced in the Spending Review, to support recovery of the Long-Term Plan ambitions for mental health will be allocated. Whilst recovery across all mental health services should ensure it is considering the needs of individuals with learning disability and autistic people, and making reasonable adjustments, £31m has been specifically allocated to support specific Learning Disability and Autism projects and is one-off, non-recurrent money for 2021/22£31 million to address particular challenges faced by individuals with a learning disability and autistic people, who are struggling with their mental health, and to support faster discharge from mental health settings back into the community. Specifically, funding will be used to address the diagnostic backlog in autism services and investment in early identification and intervention, to prevent children and young people with learning disability, autism or both, escalating into crisis. This will also include strengthening good quality inpatient care, with particular support to enable step down and discharge for those with the most complex needs
10/02/2022 £78,889 £283,821 LEARNING DISABILITY ENGLAND We are looking for bids that provide support in the following ways:Supporting the mental health needs of children, young people and adults with learning disability and autistic individuals who may struggle to access ordinarily available supportSupporting autistic children, young people and adults those with a learning disability to access appropriate health care and support and supporting individuals to access annual health checksSupporting autistic children, young people and adults and those with a learning disability when facing crisis to prevent admission to inpatient mental health careSupporting parent carers, family members and carers who have been affected and impacted by COVID-19.Providing information, advice and support for children, young people, adults and their parent carers, families and paid carers about their rights to care, support and treatment.On 27 March 2021, the Government published a COVID-19 mental health and wellbeing recovery action plan. The plan sets out their actions to prevent, mitigate and respond to the mental health impacts of the pandemic during 2021 to 2022.The plan gives details of how the £500million, announced in the Spending Review, to support recovery of the Long-Term Plan ambitions for mental health will be allocated. Whilst recovery across all mental health services should ensure it is considering the needs of individuals with learning disability and autistic people, and making reasonable adjustments, £31m has been specifically allocated to support specific Learning Disability and Autism projects and is one-off, non-recurrent money for 2021/22£31 million to address particular challenges faced by individuals with a learning disability and autistic people, who are struggling with their mental health, and to support faster discharge from mental health settings back into the community. Specifically, funding will be used to address the diagnostic backlog in autism services and investment in early identification and intervention, to prevent children and young people with learning disability, autism or both, escalating into crisis. This will also include strengthening good quality inpatient care, with particular support to enable step down and discharge for those with the most complex needs
10/02/2022 £78,889 PEOPLE FIRST We are looking for bids that provide support in the following ways:Supporting the mental health needs of children, young people and adults with learning disability and autistic individuals who may struggle to access ordinarily available supportSupporting autistic children, young people and adults those with a learning disability to access appropriate health care and support and supporting individuals to access annual health checksSupporting autistic children, young people and adults and those with a learning disability when facing crisis to prevent admission to inpatient mental health careSupporting parent carers, family members and carers who have been affected and impacted by COVID-19.Providing information, advice and support for children, young people, adults and their parent carers, families and paid carers about their rights to care, support and treatment.On 27 March 2021, the Government published a COVID-19 mental health and wellbeing recovery action plan. The plan sets out their actions to prevent, mitigate and respond to the mental health impacts of the pandemic during 2021 to 2022.The plan gives details of how the £500million, announced in the Spending Review, to support recovery of the Long-Term Plan ambitions for mental health will be allocated. Whilst recovery across all mental health services should ensure it is considering the needs of individuals with learning disability and autistic people, and making reasonable adjustments, £31m has been specifically allocated to support specific Learning Disability and Autism projects and is one-off, non-recurrent money for 2021/22£31 million to address particular challenges faced by individuals with a learning disability and autistic people, who are struggling with their mental health, and to support faster discharge from mental health settings back into the community. Specifically, funding will be used to address the diagnostic backlog in autism services and investment in early identification and intervention, to prevent children and young people with learning disability, autism or both, escalating into crisis. This will also include strengthening good quality inpatient care, with particular support to enable step down and discharge for those with the most complex needs
10/02/2022 £78,889 £25,488,624 SEEABILITY We are looking for bids that provide support in the following ways:Supporting the mental health needs of children, young people and adults with learning disability and autistic individuals who may struggle to access ordinarily available supportSupporting autistic children, young people and adults those with a learning disability to access appropriate health care and support and supporting individuals to access annual health checksSupporting autistic children, young people and adults and those with a learning disability when facing crisis to prevent admission to inpatient mental health careSupporting parent carers, family members and carers who have been affected and impacted by COVID-19.Providing information, advice and support for children, young people, adults and their parent carers, families and paid carers about their rights to care, support and treatment.On 27 March 2021, the Government published a COVID-19 mental health and wellbeing recovery action plan. The plan sets out their actions to prevent, mitigate and respond to the mental health impacts of the pandemic during 2021 to 2022.The plan gives details of how the £500million, announced in the Spending Review, to support recovery of the Long-Term Plan ambitions for mental health will be allocated. Whilst recovery across all mental health services should ensure it is considering the needs of individuals with learning disability and autistic people, and making reasonable adjustments, £31m has been specifically allocated to support specific Learning Disability and Autism projects and is one-off, non-recurrent money for 2021/22£31 million to address particular challenges faced by individuals with a learning disability and autistic people, who are struggling with their mental health, and to support faster discharge from mental health settings back into the community. Specifically, funding will be used to address the diagnostic backlog in autism services and investment in early identification and intervention, to prevent children and young people with learning disability, autism or both, escalating into crisis. This will also include strengthening good quality inpatient care, with particular support to enable step down and discharge for those with the most complex needs
10/02/2022 £78,889 £77,579,395 THERA TRUST We are looking for bids that provide support in the following ways:Supporting the mental health needs of children, young people and adults with learning disability and autistic individuals who may struggle to access ordinarily available supportSupporting autistic children, young people and adults those with a learning disability to access appropriate health care and support and supporting individuals to access annual health checksSupporting autistic children, young people and adults and those with a learning disability when facing crisis to prevent admission to inpatient mental health careSupporting parent carers, family members and carers who have been affected and impacted by COVID-19.Providing information, advice and support for children, young people, adults and their parent carers, families and paid carers about their rights to care, support and treatment.On 27 March 2021, the Government published a COVID-19 mental health and wellbeing recovery action plan. The plan sets out their actions to prevent, mitigate and respond to the mental health impacts of the pandemic during 2021 to 2022.The plan gives details of how the £500million, announced in the Spending Review, to support recovery of the Long-Term Plan ambitions for mental health will be allocated. Whilst recovery across all mental health services should ensure it is considering the needs of individuals with learning disability and autistic people, and making reasonable adjustments, £31m has been specifically allocated to support specific Learning Disability and Autism projects and is one-off, non-recurrent money for 2021/22£31 million to address particular challenges faced by individuals with a learning disability and autistic people, who are struggling with their mental health, and to support faster discharge from mental health settings back into the community. Specifically, funding will be used to address the diagnostic backlog in autism services and investment in early identification and intervention, to prevent children and young people with learning disability, autism or both, escalating into crisis. This will also include strengthening good quality inpatient care, with particular support to enable step down and discharge for those with the most complex needs
10/02/2022 £78,889 £233,949,000 MENCAP We are looking for bids that provide support in the following ways:Supporting the mental health needs of children, young people and adults with learning disability and autistic individuals who may struggle to access ordinarily available supportSupporting autistic children, young people and adults those with a learning disability to access appropriate health care and support and supporting individuals to access annual health checksSupporting autistic children, young people and adults and those with a learning disability when facing crisis to prevent admission to inpatient mental health careSupporting parent carers, family members and carers who have been affected and impacted by COVID-19.Providing information, advice and support for children, young people, adults and their parent carers, families and paid carers about their rights to care, support and treatment.On 27 March 2021, the Government published a COVID-19 mental health and wellbeing recovery action plan. The plan sets out their actions to prevent, mitigate and respond to the mental health impacts of the pandemic during 2021 to 2022.The plan gives details of how the £500million, announced in the Spending Review, to support recovery of the Long-Term Plan ambitions for mental health will be allocated. Whilst recovery across all mental health services should ensure it is considering the needs of individuals with learning disability and autistic people, and making reasonable adjustments, £31m has been specifically allocated to support specific Learning Disability and Autism projects and is one-off, non-recurrent money for 2021/22£31 million to address particular challenges faced by individuals with a learning disability and autistic people, who are struggling with their mental health, and to support faster discharge from mental health settings back into the community. Specifically, funding will be used to address the diagnostic backlog in autism services and investment in early identification and intervention, to prevent children and young people with learning disability, autism or both, escalating into crisis. This will also include strengthening good quality inpatient care, with particular support to enable step down and discharge for those with the most complex needs
03/02/2022 £50,000 £1,688,443 WELLBEING OF WOMEN This project is a partnership between Wellbeing of Women (WoW) and NHSE to scope out Think Menopause education & training packages aimed at GPs, generalist health check clinicians and breast screening services (any service that sees women regularly). Clinical insight (most likely from a team of clinical fellows, GPs in training, etc) is essential to spread the word educationally with primary care peers and colleagues about menopause management. As part of the plan, the BCT will support WoW in producing information to support any Think Menopause project recruitment which supports EDI and HI (writing JDs, person spec, interviewing techniques, etc) .The menopause improvement programme will significantly impact on wider economic benefits including absenteeism, productivity and (female) staff retention, saving the taxpayer significant welfare benefit costs as more women remain in full-time work for longer, retain higher paid roles and/or at longer hours, significantly impacting on gender equality.It is expected that women will have a better quality of life from receiving correct treatments; benefits will be across diabetes, mental health, dementia, CVD, frailty, osteoporosis, prescribing, prevention, etc;, life expectancy will rise; 500,000+ GP appointments saved pa at c.£35 per appointment; reduced inappropriate prescribing (antidepressants, etc)
01/02/2022 £1 LEEDS CITY COUNCIL RSDATG scheme, year 2, specifically to cover treatment costs for the Phase 1 Taskforce Areas (excluding pan-London).
22/01/2022 £148,000,000 £105,145,000 HOSPICE UK 4800 in patient and hospice at home beds daily49,920 community contacts including access to 24/7 specialist palliative and end of life care adviceThe expected outcomes are to sustain the hospice sector during the pandemic and enable hospices to support the pandemic response, to enable discharge with additional capacity. Hospice UK are the only member organisation representing hospices across the UK including England. There are no other providers of Hospice servicesThis capacity is being funded in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and winter pressures only. There is no funding available via the grant beyond 31 March 2022.
01/12/2021 £68,046 PLYMOUTH CITY COUNCIL To support Plymouths community recovery efforts following an incident which resulted in the deaths of six people, in August 2021.
01/12/2021 £90,000 £27,755,875 SAMARITANS To support the NSPAs crucial role in the suicide prevention landscape
18/11/2021 £330,000 £53,371,000 THE HEALTH FOUNDATION Evidence of how technology enabled change can be supported using quality improvement.Stronger links between digital and improvement fields in health and care systems.Innovative approaches to scaling and implementing technology enabled care at home.Technology enabled care at home is a key aspect of an evolving health service, testing pilot schemes via grant funding will develop a blueprint for future ways of working.
01/10/2021 £645,408 CLINTON HEALTH ACCESS INITIATIVE Developing a market shaping framework for AMR interventions in developing countries.
01/10/2021 £137,533 THE CHANCELLOR MASTERS AND SCHOLARS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD This project aims to improve the trustworthiness of AI systems used in health and care by focusing on the adoption of algorithmic accountability toolkits.
01/10/2021 £35,000 £1,307,439 QUEENS NURSING INSTITUTE Provision of an IPC Champions Network, which will comprise of a network of frontline clinical staff to maintain focus on delivering high standards of IPC and ensuring a continuous and sustained focus of IPC management in social care in minimising the impact of Covid-19.
01/10/2021 £563,000 IMPROVEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT AGENCY FOR LOCAL GOVERNMENT Local Government Association Suicide Prevention Sector-Led Improvement Programme
28/09/2021 £51,274 £822,495 THE NAZ PROJECT(LONDON) In 2018 approximately 11,100 women of potentially menopausal age (45-56) attended for HIV care in the UK, a 5-fold increase over 10 years. BAME women make up 79% of women receiving HIV care. HIV+ women are more likely to be at risk of early menopause than women without HIV and a lower CD4 count can make women living with HIV more vulnerable to early menopause. Goal: To create a body of work that validates, stimulates and educates audiences about the impact of HIV on the Menopause. Innovation: Taking an early intervention, positive psychology and sex positive approach to the menopause. Creating safe spaces to give creative expression to one the most under spoken and under researched areas of womens lives. The creation of eight 2 hour on line writing workshops to develop a body of work for performance, designed to blow the lid of this extraordinary time, leading to myth busting, self-esteem building, research generating, taboo breaking, public and online performance. Impact: Improved awareness of the lived experience of women living with HIV & the menopause. Reduced stigma & increased opportunities to identify recommendations develop evidence to shape wrap around care & support & policy.
22/09/2021 £44,951 £1,389,747 INSTITUTE OF HEALTH VISITING Postnatal contraception (PC), is a key national public health policy priority. PC offered by Health visitors teams (HVs) is limited, despite HVs being ideally placed to be part of this pathway through their universal and timely reach to all families. There is an opportunity to strengthen PC advice and continuity between midwifery and HVs, by building on the successful iHV innovation in SRH project (2021). This project will explore HVs current practice, alongside the barriers and enablers to extending the HVs universal role in PC to include advice on contraceptive options and potential for prescribing. These insights will inform the co-production of a bespoke PC training programme for HVs, in partnership with Teesside University. 50 HVs will complete training as part of the HV course. These HVs have the potential to reach over 1000 families in the year post training. An evaluation will inform local commissioning plans and system development. This work will support the national priority to reduce the burden of unplanned pregnancies.
21/09/2021 £40,000 £1,940,843 THE BRITISH INSTITUTE OF LEARNING DISABILITIES The objective of this workstream is to develop an evidence base, principles and examples of good practice about What good looks like in terms of community services, including in crisis support, across England for autistic children and adults and/or children and adults who have a learning disability
14/09/2021 £1,434,730 £15,011,000 ACORNS CHILDREN'S HOSPICE TRUST The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people.
14/09/2021 £125,276 £1,742,656 ALEXANDER DEVINE CHILDREN'S CANCER TRUST The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people.
14/09/2021 £361,305 £4,351,000 BLUEBELL WOOD CHILDREN'S HOSPICE The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people.
14/09/2021 £225,976 £9,948,927 TRINITY HOSPICE AND PALLIATIVE CARE SERVICES LTD The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people.
14/09/2021 £226,631 £3,325,434 BUTTERWICK LIMITED The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people.
14/09/2021 £641,584 £19,797,000 ST BARNABAS HOSPICES (SUSSEX) LTD (CHESTNUT TREE HOUSE CHILDREN'S HOSPICES) The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people.
14/09/2021 £1,205,176 CHILDREN'S HOSPICE SOUTH WEST The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people.
14/09/2021 £670,078 £7,949,991 CLAIRE HOUSE CHILDREN'S HOSPICE The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people.
14/09/2021 £893,571 £12,636,000 DEMELZA HOUSE CHILDRENS HOSPICE The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people.
14/09/2021 £469,205 £5,724,931 DERIAN HOUSE CHILDRENS HOSPICE The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people.
14/09/2021 £374,947 DOUGLAS MACMILLAN HOSPICE (WAS DONNA LOUISE) The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people.
14/09/2021 £996,832 £14,176,498 EAST ANGLIA'S CHILDREN'S HOSPICES The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people.
14/09/2021 £252,187 £4,228,023 JIGSAW CHILDREN'S HOSPICE (EDEN VALLEY HOSPICE) The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people.
14/09/2021 £221,787 £7,225,353 ELLENOR The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people.
14/09/2021 £287,188 £4,163,250 THE FORGET ME NOT CHILDREN'S HOSPICE The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people.
14/09/2021 £613,399 £5,114,717 FRANCIS HOUSE CHILDREN'S HOSPICE The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people.
14/09/2021 £365,022 £4,414,775 HAVEN HOUSE CHILDREN'S HOSPICE (HAVEN HOUSE FOUNDATION) The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people.
14/09/2021 £471,675 £9,037,000 HELEN & DOUGLAS HOUSE HOSPICE CARE FOR CHILDREN & YOUNG ADULTS The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people.
14/09/2021 £355,944 HOPE HOUSE CHILDREN'S HOSPICES The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people.
14/09/2021 £72,222 £598,397 JAMES HOPKINS TRUST The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people.
14/09/2021 £118,108 £1,039,147 THE JESSIE MAY TRUST The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people.
14/09/2021 £595,858 £7,401,026 JULIA'S HOUSE LIMITED The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people.
14/09/2021 £358,218 KEECH HOSPICE CARE The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people.
14/09/2021 £481,603 £10,756,000 HAVENS CHRISTIAN HOSPICE (NOW KNOWN AS HAVENS HOSPICES) The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people.
14/09/2021 £763,549 MARTIN HOUSE The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people.
14/09/2021 £620,755 £7,195,492 WESSEX CHILDREN'S HOSPICE TRUST The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people.
14/09/2021 £254,348 £4,048,565 NOAH'S ARK - THE CHILDREN'S HOSPICE The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people.
14/09/2021 £603,293 £6,641,729 COPE CHILDREN'S TRUST (RAINBOWS HOSPICE FOR CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE) The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people.
14/09/2021 £99,453 £9,355,949 RENNIE GROVE HOSPICE CARE The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people.
14/09/2021 £391,588 £4,309,236 RICHARD HOUSE CHILDREN'S HOSPICE The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people.
14/09/2021 £952,351 £7,676,753 SHOOTING STAR CHILDREN'S HOSPICES The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people.
14/09/2021 £290,634 £4,983,333 ST ANDREWS HOSPICE LIMITED The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people.
14/09/2021 £284,553 £13,084,034 ST OSWALD'S HOSPICE The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people.
14/09/2021 £299,168 £33,094,000 THE CHILDREN'S TRUST, TADWORTH The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people.
14/09/2021 £143,898 £3,333,761 ZOE'S PLACE TRUST (COVENTRY) The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people.
14/09/2021 £237,198 £3,333,761 ZOE'S PLACE TRUST (LIVERPOOL) The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people.
14/09/2021 £237,198 £3,333,761 ZOE'S PLACE TRUST (MIDDLESBROUGH) The grant supports the sustainable hospice service offer of palliative and end of life care for children and young people.
01/09/2021 £178,321 £94,834,000 THE NATIONAL AUTISTIC SOCIETY Current outcomes from the first six months include:100% of service users surveyed felt they were listened to and that they knew more about their loved ones entitlements.94% of service users surveyed felt better ableto choose and make informed decisions about their loved ones care and wellbeing.81%of service users surveyedwere more confident in discussing their loved one's rights with professionals felt they had information they could act on.In addition, all urgent queries were responded to within three days, and mostwithin 24 hours.Two cases of admission avoidances(one confirmed and one pending) -that we are aware of.Six discharges (four confirmed and two pending) -that we are aware of.Two cases of preventing theremoval of an Autism diagnosis -that we are aware of.
01/08/2021 £516,604 £5,099,932 TROPICAL HEALTH AND EDUCATION TRUST Increase the quality and quantity of nurse training places in countries leading to an increase of better trained nurses;Deliver training that leads to nurse qualifications to refugees/displaced people;Support governments to improve their health workforce management; andDevelop strong partnerships between local health systems and the NHS
01/08/2021 £499,388 CHRISTIAN HEALTH ASSOCIATION OF GHANA (CHAG) Increase the quality and quantity of nurse training places in countries leading to an increase of better trained nurses;Deliver training that leads to nurse qualifications to refugees/displaced people;Support governments to improve their health workforce management; andDevelop strong partnerships between local health systems and the NHS
01/08/2021 £2,623,918 WORLD HEATH ORGANISATION Increase the quality and quantity of nurse training places in countries leading to an increase of better trained nurses;Deliver training that leads to nurse qualifications to refugees/displaced people;Support governments to improve their health workforce management; andDevelop strong partnerships between local health systems and the NHS
01/08/2021 £1,321,523 £5,099,932 TROPICAL HEALTH AND EDUCATION TRUST A grant to deliver a component of the Building the Future International Workforce programme. Supporting four UK-Somaliland and UK-Ugandan health partnerships to deliver health systems strengthening activities across Somaliland, improving skills and knowledge within the health workforce covering all six districts of Somaliland.
01/08/2021 £52,966 THE INTERNATIONAL CENTRE FOR ANTIMICROBIAL RESISTANCE SOLUTIONS Researchers will identify what factors vets and pig farmers consider when deciding if they will use diagnostic laboratory services
25/07/2021 £34,337 SOFEA Almost 16% of young people in the UK, aged 14-25, have SEND and or EHCP (1,640,575 young people). Furthermore, 420,000 children live in households in which the toxic trio is prevalent, resulting in a higher proportion of ACEs. SOFEA will expand its youth-focused positive relationships and sexual health programme for vulnerable young people with mental health, learning and physical disabilities. We will include reproductive health and HIV prevention, paying attention to the needs of BAME groups, LGBTQ+ communities and parents who often avoid discussions about sex and sexuality. We will create 4 to 6 audio-visual modules of each of the 16 workshops which will be hosted online and available free of charge through platforms in youth services, police, health and wellbeing, special needs, education and training. Starting with the end in mind, we will involve and present a diverse range of vulnerable young people and parents, living with and tackling these issues, to bring the inside out and speak their truth with a genuine voice.
25/07/2021 £43,601 THE FOSTERING NETWORK A partnership approach with SEF will combine expertise and reach such that TFN (The Fostering Network) can increase the knowledge, skills and confidence of foster carers in supporting the children and young people they care for to improve sexual and reproductive health outcomes, reducing widely evidenced inequalities for this group. Foster carers nationwide will benefit from a creative digital resource and reflective learning materials, co-produced by foster carers and care-experienced young people. TFN are taking a life-course approach, exploring key moments through childhood and adolescence (eg puberty, teenage sexual relationships) when carer support and role as educators can be critical and where there are barriers or factors unique to children and young people in foster care. TFN will map these critical points and give foster carers the tools they need to lead proactive, positive conversations with their children at these life stages. A reflective journal will allow them to document their own goals in day-to-day practice and the impact this has had for their children. Through an active co-production model and project steering group, TFN will ensure the views and lived experiences of young people, foster carers and social workers are at the heart of the innovative outputs. The nationwide scope of dissemination and influencing strategy is designed to trigger a culture change in expectations and foster carer practice.
25/07/2021 £36,000 THE LOVE TANK Young gay men + people at risk of HIV through heterosexual sex (including Black Africans) are less likely to know about PrEP + less likely to access it. Evidence shows that peer-based approaches to PrEP education is effective, highly acceptable, + often preferable to non-peer approaches, especially when those using PrEP provide information to potential PrEP beneficiaries. The Ask Me About PrEP (AMAP) programme will deliver 10 peer-based online training + empowerment events that will equip 150 peers of potential PrEP users to talk about PrEP + how to access it to 3000 peers. AMAP peers will be equipped with online (e.g. profile picture frames + media assets) + offline materials (e.g. AMAP tee-shirt, info cards) + referral links. PrEP peer diffusion models have not been formally piloted + evaluated before in the UK. Evaluation will explore the impact of this innovative peer-diffusion model, including the impact beyond the immediate peer circles, including uptake of PrEP, to inform future peer-diffusion activity.
25/07/2021 £32,427 YMCA DERBYSHIRE. The project is targeted at young people (YP) aged 16-25 who have complex needs including; experienced homelessness, are care leavers, have low education attainment, have poor mental wellbeing, have self-harmed and have previously been unable or unwilling to access sexual and reproductive health services to be supported to make safer choices through the use of digital technology. Two information, advice and guidance (IAG) videos will be produced; one aimed at YP using a talking heads concept which will be co-produced with YP ensuring it meets the needs of our targeted client group, and another video showcasing a digital training tool-kit for professionals and volunteers working with YP, achieved through filming face-to-face training. The project goals are to; address inequalities in sexual/reproductive health and HIV, increase knowledge and awareness, address stigma associated with sexual/reproductive health and HIV and use digital technology to enhance sexual/reproductive health and HIV outcomes for YP with complex needs
25/07/2021 £46,336 UNIVERSITY OF BRISTOL This project will deliver a community co-produced CPD training featuring a creative production (eg. film) paired witha workshop to provoke values-based interaction. A Community Panel of HIV+ people and health workers will lead HIV charities/ artists/academics in the co-production and initial piloting of this innovative values-based CPD curriculum. Using an arts-based approach increases reflexivity, an underused but necessary ingredient in tackling HIV stigma. We will mobilise creative methods to change hearts as well as minds.
23/07/2021 £2,500,000 REGISTERED NURSING HOME ASSOCIATION To increase cyber resilience of care providers, through a programme of national, local and regional support activity
01/07/2021 £86,987 BARNARDO'S Through the HW Alliance, policy teams can work collaboratively with the voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) organisations, accessing the sectors expertise and connecting policy leads with hard-to-reach communities.The Alliance comprises of 19 VCSE organisations and the membership is currently confirmed for 2021-24. These organisations bring the expertise of the VCSE sector, and the voices of the people they represent, into national policy development and delivery.The HW Alliance enables system partners (and their policy teams) to strengthen and build on the relationships with the VCSE sector, providing:A route for system partners to reach a wide range of VCSE organisationsA collective voice for the VCSE sectorOpportunities co-design and co-produce solutions on cross-cutting issuesAccess to the voices of communities that experience the greatest health inequalities.Activities of HW Alliance members are designed to align with the national strategic priorities of the system partners, with a continued focus on promoting equality and reducing health inequalities.
01/07/2021 £73,945 £1,940,843 THE BRITISH INSTITUTE OF LEARNING DISABILITIES Through the HW Alliance, policy teams can work collaboratively with the voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) organisations, accessing the sectors expertise and connecting policy leads with hard-to-reach communities.The Alliance comprises of 19 VCSE organisations and the membership is currently confirmed for 2021-24. These organisations bring the expertise of the VCSE sector, and the voices of the people they represent, into national policy development and delivery.The HW Alliance enables system partners (and their policy teams) to strengthen and build on the relationships with the VCSE sector, providing:A route for system partners to reach a wide range of VCSE organisationsA collective voice for the VCSE sectorOpportunities co-design and co-produce solutions on cross-cutting issuesAccess to the voices of communities that experience the greatest health inequalities.Activities of HW Alliance members are designed to align with the national strategic priorities of the system partners, with a continued focus on promoting equality and reducing health inequalities.
01/07/2021 £97,000 £234,700,000 BRITISH RED CROSS Through the HW Alliance, policy teams can work collaboratively with the voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) organisations, accessing the sectors expertise and connecting policy leads with hard-to-reach communities.The Alliance comprises of 19 VCSE organisations and the membership is currently confirmed for 2021-24. These organisations bring the expertise of the VCSE sector, and the voices of the people they represent, into national policy development and delivery.The HW Alliance enables system partners (and their policy teams) to strengthen and build on the relationships with the VCSE sector, providing:A route for system partners to reach a wide range of VCSE organisationsA collective voice for the VCSE sectorOpportunities co-design and co-produce solutions on cross-cutting issuesAccess to the voices of communities that experience the greatest health inequalities.Activities of HW Alliance members are designed to align with the national strategic priorities of the system partners, with a continued focus on promoting equality and reducing health inequalities.
01/07/2021 £93,500 £1,642,461 CLINKS The Health and Wellbeing (HW) Programme is a joint initiative managed by the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC), NHS England and Improvement (NHSE/I) and (soon to be confirmed UKHSA) (the system partners), providing a framework for collaboration with the voluntary sector in a way that is responsive to policy challenges and which promotes equality and the reduction of health inequalities.The Programme comprises two funding mechanisms:A partnership arrangement with around 20 VCSE organisations: the Health and Wellbeing (HW) AllianceThe Health and Wellbeing (HW) Fund, which delivers grants to VCSE organisations working in priority policy areas.
01/07/2021 £96,777 £27,755,875 THE SAMARITANS Through the HW Alliance, policy teams can work collaboratively with the voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) organisations, accessing the sectors expertise and connecting policy leads with hard-to-reach communities.The Alliance comprises of 19 VCSE organisations and the membership is currently confirmed for 2021-24. These organisations bring the expertise of the VCSE sector, and the voices of the people they represent, into national policy development and delivery.The HW Alliance enables system partners (and their policy teams) to strengthen and build on the relationships with the VCSE sector, providing:A route for system partners to reach a wide range of VCSE organisationsA collective voice for the VCSE sectorOpportunities co-design and co-produce solutions on cross-cutting issuesAccess to the voices of communities that experience the greatest health inequalities.Activities of HW Alliance members are designed to align with the national strategic priorities of the system partners, with a continued focus on promoting equality and reducing health inequalities.
01/07/2021 £96,999 £4,700,077 CARERS UK Through the HW Alliance, policy teams can work collaboratively with the voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) organisations, accessing the sectors expertise and connecting policy leads with hard-to-reach communities.The Alliance comprises of 19 VCSE organisations and the membership is currently confirmed for 2021-24. These organisations bring the expertise of the VCSE sector, and the voices of the people they represent, into national policy development and delivery.The HW Alliance enables system partners (and their policy teams) to strengthen and build on the relationships with the VCSE sector, providing:A route for system partners to reach a wide range of VCSE organisationsA collective voice for the VCSE sectorOpportunities co-design and co-produce solutions on cross-cutting issuesAccess to the voices of communities that experience the greatest health inequalities.Activities of HW Alliance members are designed to align with the national strategic priorities of the system partners, with a continued focus on promoting equality and reducing health inequalities.
01/07/2021 £92,681 £867,300 RACE EQUALITY FOUNDATION Through the HW Alliance, policy teams can work collaboratively with the voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) organisations, accessing the sectors expertise and connecting policy leads with hard-to-reach communities.The Alliance comprises of 19 VCSE organisations and the membership is currently confirmed for 2021-24. These organisations bring the expertise of the VCSE sector, and the voices of the people they represent, into national policy development and delivery.The HW Alliance enables system partners (and their policy teams) to strengthen and build on the relationships with the VCSE sector, providing:A route for system partners to reach a wide range of VCSE organisationsA collective voice for the VCSE sectorOpportunities co-design and co-produce solutions on cross-cutting issuesAccess to the voices of communities that experience the greatest health inequalities.Activities of HW Alliance members are designed to align with the national strategic priorities of the system partners, with a continued focus on promoting equality and reducing health inequalities.
01/07/2021 £91,700 £94,834,000 THE NATIONAL AUTISTIC SOCIETY Through the HW Alliance, policy teams can work collaboratively with the voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) organisations, accessing the sectors expertise and connecting policy leads with hard-to-reach communities.The Alliance comprises of 19 VCSE organisations and the membership is currently confirmed for 2021-24. These organisations bring the expertise of the VCSE sector, and the voices of the people they represent, into national policy development and delivery.The HW Alliance enables system partners (and their policy teams) to strengthen and build on the relationships with the VCSE sector, providing:A route for system partners to reach a wide range of VCSE organisationsA collective voice for the VCSE sectorOpportunities co-design and co-produce solutions on cross-cutting issuesAccess to the voices of communities that experience the greatest health inequalities.Activities of HW Alliance members are designed to align with the national strategic priorities of the system partners, with a continued focus on promoting equality and reducing health inequalities.
01/07/2021 £89,000 £3,973,641 LIFELINE COMMUNITY PROJECTS Through the HW Alliance, policy teams can work collaboratively with the voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) organisations, accessing the sectors expertise and connecting policy leads with hard-to-reach communities.The Alliance comprises of 19 VCSE organisations and the membership is currently confirmed for 2021-24. These organisations bring the expertise of the VCSE sector, and the voices of the people they represent, into national policy development and delivery.The HW Alliance enables system partners (and their policy teams) to strengthen and build on the relationships with the VCSE sector, providing:A route for system partners to reach a wide range of VCSE organisationsA collective voice for the VCSE sectorOpportunities co-design and co-produce solutions on cross-cutting issuesAccess to the voices of communities that experience the greatest health inequalities.Activities of HW Alliance members are designed to align with the national strategic priorities of the system partners, with a continued focus on promoting equality and reducing health inequalities.
01/07/2021 £96,692 £1,181,827 FRIENDS FAMILIES AND TRAVELLERS Through the HW Alliance, policy teams can work collaboratively with the voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) organisations, accessing the sectors expertise and connecting policy leads with hard-to-reach communities.The Alliance comprises of 19 VCSE organisations and the membership is currently confirmed for 2021-24. These organisations bring the expertise of the VCSE sector, and the voices of the people they represent, into national policy development and delivery.The HW Alliance enables system partners (and their policy teams) to strengthen and build on the relationships with the VCSE sector, providing:A route for system partners to reach a wide range of VCSE organisationsA collective voice for the VCSE sectorOpportunities co-design and co-produce solutions on cross-cutting issuesAccess to the voices of communities that experience the greatest health inequalities.Activities of HW Alliance members are designed to align with the national strategic priorities of the system partners, with a continued focus on promoting equality and reducing health inequalities.
01/07/2021 £84,080 £17,730,859 GOOD THINGS FOUNDATION Through the HW Alliance, policy teams can work collaboratively with the voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) organisations, accessing the sectors expertise and connecting policy leads with hard-to-reach communities.The Alliance comprises of 19 VCSE organisations and the membership is currently confirmed for 2021-24. These organisations bring the expertise of the VCSE sector, and the voices of the people they represent, into national policy development and delivery.The HW Alliance enables system partners (and their policy teams) to strengthen and build on the relationships with the VCSE sector, providing:A route for system partners to reach a wide range of VCSE organisationsA collective voice for the VCSE sectorOpportunities co-design and co-produce solutions on cross-cutting issuesAccess to the voices of communities that experience the greatest health inequalities.Activities of HW Alliance members are designed to align with the national strategic priorities of the system partners, with a continued focus on promoting equality and reducing health inequalities.
01/07/2021 £97,000 £11,870,565 HOMELESS LINK Through the HW Alliance, policy teams can work collaboratively with the voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) organisations, accessing the sectors expertise and connecting policy leads with hard-to-reach communities.The Alliance comprises of 19 VCSE organisations and the membership is currently confirmed for 2021-24. These organisations bring the expertise of the VCSE sector, and the voices of the people they represent, into national policy development and delivery.The HW Alliance enables system partners (and their policy teams) to strengthen and build on the relationships with the VCSE sector, providing:A route for system partners to reach a wide range of VCSE organisationsA collective voice for the VCSE sectorOpportunities co-design and co-produce solutions on cross-cutting issuesAccess to the voices of communities that experience the greatest health inequalities.Activities of HW Alliance members are designed to align with the national strategic priorities of the system partners, with a continued focus on promoting equality and reducing health inequalities.
01/07/2021 £90,000 £105,145,000 HOSPICE UK Through the HW Alliance, policy teams can work collaboratively with the voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) organisations, accessing the sectors expertise and connecting policy leads with hard-to-reach communities.The Alliance comprises of 19 VCSE organisations and the membership is currently confirmed for 2021-24. These organisations bring the expertise of the VCSE sector, and the voices of the people they represent, into national policy development and delivery.The HW Alliance enables system partners (and their policy teams) to strengthen and build on the relationships with the VCSE sector, providing:A route for system partners to reach a wide range of VCSE organisationsA collective voice for the VCSE sectorOpportunities co-design and co-produce solutions on cross-cutting issuesAccess to the voices of communities that experience the greatest health inequalities.Activities of HW Alliance members are designed to align with the national strategic priorities of the system partners, with a continued focus on promoting equality and reducing health inequalities.
01/07/2021 £94,154 £3,416,543 LGBT FOUNDATION LTD Through the HW Alliance, policy teams can work collaboratively with the voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) organisations, accessing the sectors expertise and connecting policy leads with hard-to-reach communities.The Alliance comprises of 19 VCSE organisations and the membership is currently confirmed for 2021-24. These organisations bring the expertise of the VCSE sector, and the voices of the people they represent, into national policy development and delivery.The HW Alliance enables system partners (and their policy teams) to strengthen and build on the relationships with the VCSE sector, providing:A route for system partners to reach a wide range of VCSE organisationsA collective voice for the VCSE sectorOpportunities co-design and co-produce solutions on cross-cutting issuesAccess to the voices of communities that experience the greatest health inequalities.Activities of HW Alliance members are designed to align with the national strategic priorities of the system partners, with a continued focus on promoting equality and reducing health inequalities.
01/07/2021 £94,707 £7,504,000 LOCALITY (UK) Through the HW Alliance, policy teams can work collaboratively with the voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) organisations, accessing the sectors expertise and connecting policy leads with hard-to-reach communities.The Alliance comprises of 19 VCSE organisations and the membership is currently confirmed for 2021-24. These organisations bring the expertise of the VCSE sector, and the voices of the people they represent, into national policy development and delivery.The HW Alliance enables system partners (and their policy teams) to strengthen and build on the relationships with the VCSE sector, providing:A route for system partners to reach a wide range of VCSE organisationsA collective voice for the VCSE sectorOpportunities co-design and co-produce solutions on cross-cutting issuesAccess to the voices of communities that experience the greatest health inequalities.Activities of HW Alliance members are designed to align with the national strategic priorities of the system partners, with a continued focus on promoting equality and reducing health inequalities.
01/07/2021 £813,250 ROYAL SOCIETY OF TROPICAL MEDICINE AND HYGIENE No cost extension due to Covid
01/07/2021 £652,492 WORLD HEALTH ORGANISATION To support the implementation of the global action plan on antimicrobial resistance
01/07/2021 £287,949 IMPROVEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT AGENCY FOR LOCAL GOVERNMENT Contain NHS Test and Trace propose to address the day to day data and information flow for Best Practice within the local health and social care area by building on the already successful COVID response operation with the LGA which has been running since March 2020 and continues to support local authorities across the UK. Contain NHS Test and Trace propose to fill this need with a digital platform
22/06/2021 £127,000 EREWASH BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £140,956 EXETER CITY COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £42,000 FAREHAM BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £127,640 FENLAND DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £114,500 FOLKESTONE AND HYTHE DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £185,486 FOREST OF DEAN DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £11,000 FYLDE BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £197,000 GATESHEAD METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £102,000 GEDLING BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £30,312 GLOUCESTER CITY COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £213,905 GOSPORT BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £80,583 GRAVESHAM BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £436,222 GREAT YARMOUTH BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £0 GREENWICH LONDON BOROUGH TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £21,500 GUILDFORD BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £0 HACKNEY LONDON BOROUGH TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £142,336 HALTON BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £110,203 HAMBLETON DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £47,000 HAMMERSMITH AND FULHAM LONDON BOROUGH TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £42,500 HARBOROUGH DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £305,448 HARINGEY LONDON BOROUGH TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £132,500 HARLOW DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £126,087 HARROGATE BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £193,011 HARROW LONDON BOROUGH TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £68,865 HART DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £290,271 HARTLEPOOL BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £38,500 HASTINGS BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £111,267 HAVANT BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £181,000 HAVERING LONDON BOROUGH TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £112,500 HEREFORDSHIRE OF HEREFORDSHIRE DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £52,910 HERTSMERE BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £55,000 HIGH PEAK BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £42,000 HILLINGDON LONDON BOROUGH TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £54,000 HINCKLEY AND BOSWORTH BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £31,000 HORSHAM DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £23,643 HOUNSLOW LONDON BOROUGH TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £355,500 HUNTINGDONSHIRE DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £97,500 HYNDBURN BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £38,690 IPSWICH BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £334,757 ISLE OF WIGHT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £155,000 ISLINGTON LONDON BOROUGH TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £3,000 KENSINGTON AND CHELSEA ROYAL BOROUGH TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £86,788 KING'S LYNN AND WEST NORFOLK BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £1,672,964 KINGSTON UPON HULL CITY COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £81,500 KINGSTON UPON THAMES ROYAL BOROUGH TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £1,422,829 KIRKLEES METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £148,500 KNOWSLEY METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £993,923 LAMBETH LONDON BOROUGH TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £354,500 LANCASTER CITY COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £2,815,307 LEEDS CITY COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £1,444,390 LEICESTER CITY COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £22,000 LEWES DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £357,000 LEWISHAM LONDON BOROUGH TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £26,000 LICHFIELD DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £530,000 LINCOLN CITY COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £599,693 LIVERPOOL CITY COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £404,340 LUTON BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £42,000 MAIDSTONE BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £2,500 MALDON DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £109,676 MALVERN HILLS DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £422,500 MANCHESTER CITY COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £321,000 MANSFIELD DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £204,658 MEDWAY BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £39,874 MELTON BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £33,955 MENDIP DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £115,507 MERTON LONDON BOROUGH TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £123,054 MID DEVON DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £13,000 MID SUFFOLK DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £38,500 MID SUSSEX DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £253,692 MIDDLESBROUGH BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £87,000 MILTON KEYNES COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £20,500 MOLE VALLEY DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £38,500 NEW FOREST DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £186,500 NEWARK AND SHERWOOD DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £103,000 NEWCASTLE UNDER LYME BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £607,737 NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE METROPOLITAN DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £0 NEWHAM LONDON BOROUGH TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £392,500 NORTH DEVON DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £71,000 NORTH EAST DERBYSHIRE DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £355,143 NORTH EAST LINCOLNSHIRE COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £121,482 NORTH HERTFORDSHIRE DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £208,500 NORTH KESTEVEN DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £246,198 NORTH LINCOLNSHIRE COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £38,101 NORTH NORFOLK DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £313,974 NORTH NORTHAMPTONSHIRE COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £69,000 NORTH SOMERSET COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £642,071 NORTH TYNESIDE METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £28,000 NORTH WARWICKSHIRE BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £66,500 NORTH WEST LEICESTERSHIRE DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £775,294 NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY UA TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £211,500 NORWICH CITY COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £195,500 NOTTINGHAM CITY COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £76,274 NUNEATON AND BEDWORTH BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £0 OADBY AND WIGSTON BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £265,500 OLDHAM METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £16,500 OXFORD CITY COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £145,055 PENDLE BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £1,294,000 PETERBOROUGH CITY COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £645,662 PLYMOUTH CITY COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £519,830 PORTSMOUTH CITY COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £175,641 PRESTON CITY COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £171,654 READING BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £0 REDBRIDGE LONDON BOROUGH TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £9,124 REDCAR AND CLEVELAND BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £54,579 REDDITCH BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £43,099 REIGATE AND BANSTEAD BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £42,000 RIBBLE VALLEY BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £15,500 RICHMONDSHIRE DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £114,000 LONDON BOROUGH OF RICHMOND UPON THAMES TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £124,000 ROCHDALE METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £78,000 ROCHFORD DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £6,500 ROSSENDALE BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £39,000 ROTHER DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £556,852 ROTHERHAM METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £68,434 RUGBY BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £12,000 RUNNYMEDE BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £40,279 RUSHCLIFFE BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £9,500 RUSHMOOR BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £0 RUTLAND COUNTY COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £69,069 RYEDALE DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £313,048 SALFORD METROPOLITAN DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £170,902 SANDWELL METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £177,712 SCARBOROUGH BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £145,500 SEDGEMOOR DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £605,500 SEFTON METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £86,228 SELBY DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £20,000 SEVENOAKS DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £443,489 SHEFFIELD CITY COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £203,608 SHROPSHIRE COUNTY UA TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £0 SLOUGH BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £407,299 SOLIHULL METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £283,603 SOMERSET WEST AND TAUNTON DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £148,500 SOUTH CAMBRIDGESHIRE DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £143,161 SOUTH DERBYSHIRE DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £157,000 SOUTH GLOUCESTERSHIRE COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £73,500 SOUTH HAMS DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £92,000 SOUTH HOLLAND DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £61,441 SOUTH KESTEVEN DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £30,887 SOUTH LAKELAND DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £273,644 SOUTH NORFOLK DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £37,500 SOUTH OXFORDSHIRE DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £112,038 SOUTH RIBBLE BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £286,328 SOUTH SOMERSET DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £39,235 SOUTH STAFFORDSHIRE DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £166,500 SOUTH TYNESIDE METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £149,000 SOUTHAMPTON CITY COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £301,500 SOUTHEND ON SEA BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £571,335 SOUTHWARK LONDON BOROUGH TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £0 SPELTHORNE BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £5,000 ST ALBANS CITY AND DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £170,784 ST HELENS METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £137,791 STAFFORD BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £60,500 STAFFORDSHIRE MOORLANDS DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £5,000 STEVENAGE BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £264,184 STOCKPORT METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £175,000 STOCKTON ON TEES BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £197,822 STOKE-ON-TRENT CITY COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £98,000 STRATFORD-ON-AVON DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £12,000 STROUD DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £493,940 SUNDERLAND CITY COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £29,500 SURREY HEATH BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £32,500 SUTTON LONDON BOROUGH TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £20,000 SWALE BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £377,316 SWINDON BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £547,063 TAMESIDE METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £200,430 TAMWORTH BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £23,000 TANDRIDGE DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £140,271 TEIGNBRIDGE DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £175,987 TELFORD AND WREKIN COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £0 TENDRING DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £36,226 TEST VALLEY BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £35,538 TEWKESBURY BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £133,923 THANET DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £11,000 THREE RIVERS DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £278,751 THURROCK BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £0 TONBRIDGE AND MALLING BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £291,409 TORBAY BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £210,523 TORRIDGE DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £168,797 TOWER HAMLETS LONDON BOROUGH TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £52,000 TRAFFORD METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £0 TUNBRIDGE WELLS BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £35,500 UTTLESFORD DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £87,936 VALE OF WHITE HORSE DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £181,500 WAKEFIELD METROPOLITAN DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £210,634 WALSALL METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £29,500 WALTHAM FOREST LONDON BOROUGH TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £284,500 WANDSWORTH LONDON BOROUGH TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £146,000 WARRINGTON BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £8,000 WARWICK DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £7,000 WATFORD BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £27,500 WAVERLEY BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £31,000 WEALDEN DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £264,000 WELWYN HATFIELD DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £73,256 WEST BERKSHIRE DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £72,850 WEST DEVON BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £25,000 WEST LANCASHIRE DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £53,606 WEST LINDSEY DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £208,160 WEST NORTHAMPTONSHIRE COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £177,500 WEST OXFORDSHIRE DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £299,580 WEST SUFFOLK DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £82,500 WESTMINSTER CITY COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £478,694 WIGAN METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £106,800 WILTSHIRE COUNTY UA TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £19,500 WINCHESTER CITY COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £42,500 WINDSOR AND MAIDENHEAD ROYAL BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £234,716 WIRRAL METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £42,357 WOKING BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £23,500 WOKINGHAM BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £183,211 WOLVERHAMPTON METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £85,000 WORCESTER CITY COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £52,500 WORTHING BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £48,500 WYCHAVON DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £51,000 WYRE BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £280,861 WYRE FOREST DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £333,500 CITY OF YORK COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £1,000 ADUR DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £185,861 ALLERDALE BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £80,605 AMBER VALLEY BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £150,298 ARUN DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £182,024 ASHFIELD DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £189,175 ASHFORD BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £5,500 BABERGH DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £82,000 BARKING AND DAGENHAM LONDON BOROUGH TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £346,000 BARNET LONDON BOROUGH TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £702,167 BARNSLEY METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £48,252 BARROW-IN-FURNESS DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £318,000 BASILDON BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £138,500 BASINGSTOKE AND DEANE BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £88,714 BASSETLAW DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £208,521 BATH AND NORTH EAST SOMERSET COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £67,000 BEDFORD UNITARY AUTHORITY TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £92,000 BEXLEY LONDON BOROUGH TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £0 BIRMINGHAM CITY COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £125,000 BLABY DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £82,500 BLACKBURN WITH DARWEN BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £201,223 BLACKPOOL BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £48,000 BOLSOVER DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £378,000 BOLTON METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £24,000 BOSTON BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £836,348 BOURNEMOUTH, CHRISTCHURCH AND POOLE COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £12,500 BRACKNELL FOREST BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £1,527,198 BRADFORD METROPOLITAN DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £113,394 BRAINTREE DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £410,118 BRECKLAND DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £324,000 BRENT LONDON BOROUGH TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £122,500 BRENTWOOD BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £1,286,257 BRIGHTON AND HOVE CITY COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £2,414,171 BRISTOL CITY COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £227,340 BROADLAND DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £115,000 BROMLEY LONDON BOROUGH TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £19,000 BROMSGROVE DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £57,000 BROXBOURNE BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £71,500 BROXTOWE BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £0 BUCKINGHAMSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £154,500 BURNLEY BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £138,685 BURY METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £263,033 CALDERDALE METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £180,390 CAMBRIDGE CITY COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £228,938 CAMDEN LONDON BOROUGH TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £182,378 CANNOCK CHASE DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £89,526 CANTERBURY CITY COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £131,000 CARLISLE CITY COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £109,444 CASTLE POINT BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £63,000 CENTRAL BEDFORDSHIRE UA TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £60,000 CHARNWOOD BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £35,000 CHELMSFORD CITY COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £24,000 CHELMSFORD CITY COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £234,100 CHERWELL DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £257,314 CHESHIRE EAST UA TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £512,656 CHESHIRE WEST AND CHESTER UA TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £66,840 CHESTERFIELD BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £54,552 CHICHESTER DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £32,203 CHORLEY BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £1,500 CITY OF LONDON TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £359,000 COLCHESTER BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £49,799 COPELAND BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £1,021,646 CORNWALL COUNTY UA TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £101,500 COTSWOLD DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £262,000 COVENTRY CITY COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £20,000 CRAVEN DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £59,227 CRAWLEY BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £328,000 CROYDON LONDON BOROUGH TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £378,423 DACORUM BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £114,044 DARLINGTON BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £95,265 DARTFORD BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £468,857 DERBY CITY COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £50,689 DERBYSHIRE DALES DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £962,395 DONCASTER METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £164,500 DORSET COUNTY COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £90,764 DOVER DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £198,898 DUDLEY METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £1,470,000 DURHAM COUNTY UA TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £0 EALING LONDON BOROUGH TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £0 EAST CAMBRIDGESHIRE DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £95,310 EAST DEVON DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £34,500 EAST HAMPSHIRE DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £77,500 EAST HERTFORDSHIRE DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £209,403 EAST LINDSEY DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £383,500 EAST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £374,000 EAST STAFFORDSHIRE BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £300,236 EAST SUFFOLK DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £77,000 EASTBOURNE BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £164,000 EASTLEIGH BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £35,319 EDEN DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £16,500 ELMBRIDGE BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £0 ENFIELD LONDON BOROUGH TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £55,000 EPPING FOREST DISTRICT COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
22/06/2021 £0 EPSOM AND EWELL BOROUGH COUNCIL TTSPS - Support Payments Scheme for self isolationThe purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred in relation to the delivery of the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. The scheme aims to support people on low incomes who have been told to self-isolate who are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result. This includes parents and guardians who are not required to self-isolate, but who have to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating because they are unable to work from home and will lose income as a result.
11/06/2021 £292,075 IMPROVEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT AGENCY FOR LOCAL GOVERNMENT to support the implementation of the Liberty Protection Safeguards (LPS) across the health and social care sector. The funding allowed these organisations to support the development of learning for healthcare staff, professionals and within the social care sector. (TBC)
08/06/2021 £382,865 ST GILES TRUST Increase in the engagement rate of CYP arrested in LondonReduce the numbers of CYP who are not currently engaging with statutory servicesExpertise support for CYP to help them engage with appropriate services to address their health and social needs, as well as specific projects in London to address the causes of their offending.Reduced missing episodesReduced frequency of MPS stop or arrestIncreased attendance in educationRaised awareness of risks and consequences of knife crime, county lines and other gang related crimeReduce violence
01/06/2021 £188,899 LONDON BOROUGH OF BARKING AND DAGENHAM Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £124,426 CENTRAL BEDFORDSHIRE UA Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £496,437 COVENTRY CITY COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £286,263 LONDON BOROUGH OF CROYDON Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £70,889 DEVON COUNTY COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £32,696 DUDLEY METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £517,265 LONDON BOROUGH OF ENFIELD Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £17,415 ESSEX COUNTY COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £243,846 LONDON BOROUGH OF HARROW Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £603,520 KNOWSLEY METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £114,974 LEICESTER CITY COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £66,037 NOTTINGHAM CITY COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £30,521 PLYMOUTH CITY COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £102,442 PORTSMOUTH CITY COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £319,572 SEFTON METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £196,078 SLOUGH BOROUGH COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £29,345 THURROCK BOROUGH COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £152,600 WOKINGHAM BOROUGH COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £258,644 WOLVERHAMPTON METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £185,433 LONDON BOROUGH OF BARNET Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £1,320 BARNSLEY METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £101,115 BATH AND NORTH EAST SOMERSET COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £50,193 BEDFORD BOROUGH COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £25,548 LONDON BOROUGH OF BEXLEY Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £104,833 BOLTON METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £168,241 BRACKNELL FOREST BOROUGH COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £333,195 LONDON BOROUGH OF BRENT Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £181,335 BRIGHTON AND HOVE CITY COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £60,817 BUCKINGHAMSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £33,156 BURY METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £287,831 CAMBRIDGESHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £78,150 CHESHIRE EAST UA Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £149,107 CHESHIRE WEST AND CHESTER COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £45,102 CITY OF LONDON CORPORATION Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £108,124 CUMBRIA COUNTY COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £42,707 DERBY CITY COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £426,643 DERBYSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £218,294 DONCASTER METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £565,100 LONDON BOROUGH OF EALING Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £29,683 EAST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £10,934 GATESHEAD METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £174,488 GLOUCESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £809,111 GREENWICH LONDON BOROUGH Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £250,113 LONDON BOROUGH OF HACKNEY Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £42,843 HALTON BOROUGH COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £5,200 HAMPSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £310,224 LONDON BOROUGH OF HARINGEY Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £48,292 HARTLEPOOL BOROUGH COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £318,273 LONDON BOROUGH OF HAVERING Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £35,091 HEREFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £1,046 ISLES OF SCILLY COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £107,236 LONDON BOROUGH OF ISLINGTON Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £219,221 KENSINGTON AND CHELSEA ROYAL BOROUGH Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £3,488 KINGSTON UPON HULL CITY COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £89,401 KINGSTON UPON THAMES ROYAL BOROUGH Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £115,256 LAMBETH LONDON BOROUGH Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £98,338 LEICESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £102,833 LONDON BOROUGH OF LEWISHAM Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £4,086 LINCOLNSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £100,750 LUTON BOROUGH COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £157,427 MANCHESTER CITY COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £156,537 MEDWAY BOROUGH COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £32,313 MILTON KEYNES COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £344,334 NORFOLK COUNTY COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £68,887 NORTH EAST LINCOLNSHIRE COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £27,707 NORTH LINCOLNSHIRE COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £33,767 NORTH TYNESIDE METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £205,981 NOTTINGHAMSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £71,336 OLDHAM METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £122,174 OXFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £65,280 READING BOROUGH COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £215,057 LONDON BOROUGH OF REDBRIDGE Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £95,564 ROCHDALE METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £5,450 ROTHERHAM METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £13,215 RUTLAND COUNTY COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £84,738 SANDWELL METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £105,129 SHEFFIELD CITY COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £157,297 SOLIHULL METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £5,094 SOMERSET COUNTY COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £192,500 SOUTH GLOUCESTERSHIRE COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £24,869 SOUTHAMPTON CITY COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £318,266 LONDON BOROUGH OF SOUTHWARK Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £177,659 ST HELENS METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £78,529 STOCKPORT METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £146,811 STOCKTON ON TEES BOROUGH COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £154,707 STOKE-ON-TRENT CITY COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £200,865 SUFFOLK COUNTY COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £22,322 SUNDERLAND CITY COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £37,233 SURREY COUNTY COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £8,314 LONDON BOROUGH OF SUTTON Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £20,813 TAMESIDE METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £82,138 TELFORD AND WREKIN COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £269,254 LONDON BOROUGH OF TOWER HAMLETS Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £41,802 TRAFFORD METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £63,280 WAKEFIELD METROPOLITAN DISTRICT COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £147,460 WALSALL METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £490,755 LONDON BOROUGH OF WALTHAM FOREST Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £17,981 LONDON BOROUGH OF WANDSWORTH Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £441,918 WARWICKSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £118,819 WEST BERKSHIRE DISTRICT COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £339,189 WESTMINSTER CITY COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £76,033 WIGAN METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £2,484 WILTSHIRE COUNTY UA Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £115,665 WINDSOR AND MAIDENHEAD ROYAL BOROUGH COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £209,012 WIRRAL METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £53,238 WOLVERHAMPTON METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/06/2021 £99,469 CITY OF YORK COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
03/05/2021 £1,452,224 MERTON LONDON BOROUGH Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £3,724,468 EALING LONDON BOROUGH Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £2,429,195 LONDON BOROUGH OF REDBRIDGE Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £2,056,802 HAVERING LONDON BOROUGH Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £4,202,771 WALSALL METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £1,994,703 HALTON BOROUGH COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £2,320,693 TOWER HAMLETS LONDON BOROUGH Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £4,152,450 DORSET COUNTY COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £2,268,123 MIDDLESBROUGH BOROUGH COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £10,005,367 STAFFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £2,885,856 STOCKPORT METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £2,999,580 HOUNSLOW LONDON BOROUGH Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £2,065,205 WEST BERKSHIRE DISTRICT COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £2,268,653 HEREFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £4,823,370 SEFTON METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £6,163,577 WORCESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £3,147,755 ST HELENS METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £2,236,384 PETERBOROUGH CITY COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £2,129,743 BLACKBURN WITH DARWEN BOROUGH COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £3,518,312 BCP COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £2,874,271 KINGSTON UPON HULL CITY COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £2,746,648 KNOWSLEY METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £2,470,674 MEDWAY BOROUGH COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £2,339,081 SOUTH GLOUCESTERSHIRE COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £2,361,483 NORTH SOMERSET COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £2,128,689 TORBAY BOROUGH COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £2,884,527 BARNET LONDON BOROUGH Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £4,065,961 BUCKINGHAMSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £3,086,212 EAST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £1,046,736 CAMDEN LONDON BOROUGH Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £1,518,970 LEWISHAM LONDON BOROUGH Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £2,059,689 PORTSMOUTH CITY COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £2,856,842 GREENWICH LONDON BOROUGH Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £1,306,397 SWINDON BOROUGH COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £3,328,942 NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £12,943,092 BIRMINGHAM CITY COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £2,513,314 SOUTHAMPTON CITY COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £2,849,319 TAMESIDE METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £2,964,977 BEXLEY LONDON BOROUGH Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £8,263,888 HERTFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £2,987,389 ROCHDALE METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £5,137,133 BRADFORD METROPOLITAN DISTRICT COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £3,641,433 SHROPSHIRE COUNTY UA Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £1,804,655 STOCKTON ON TEES BOROUGH COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £2,343,287 OLDHAM METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £16,714,884 LANCASHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £3,377,046 BARNSLEY METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £1,608,433 LUTON BOROUGH COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £1,790,234 REDCAR AND CLEVELAND BOROUGH COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £6,988,139 DURHAM COUNTY COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £37,091 CITY OF LONDON Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £1,467,977 YORK CITY COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £11,885,443 ESSEX COUNTY COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £2,561,759 NORTH NORTHAMPTONSHIRE COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £3,443,596 STOKE-ON-TRENT CITY COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £5,114,924 NORTH YORKSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £2,312,933 BRIGHTON AND HOVE CITY COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £3,033,013 CALDERDALE METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £2,813,781 PLYMOUTH CITY COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £3,623,994 KIRKLEES METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £7,886,631 NOTTINGHAMSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £1,918,457 SOUTH TYNESIDE METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £1,410,737 BEDFORD UNITARY AUTHORITY Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £1,721,065 SOUTHEND ON SEA BOROUGH COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £1,721,553 HARROW LONDON BOROUGH Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £2,714,004 LEICESTER CITY COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £4,723,626 WIRRAL METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £270,255 RUTLAND COUNTY COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £3,688,301 CHESHIRE WEST AND CHESTER UA Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £4,952,841 SOMERSET COUNTY COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £1,926,729 CENTRAL BEDFORDSHIRE COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £1,520,112 KINGSTON UPON THAMES ROYAL BOROUGH Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £2,768,450 NOTTINGHAM CITY COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £1,075,656 WOKINGHAM BOROUGH COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £7,898,004 DERBYSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £3,528,349 BRISTOL CITY COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £7,001,501 SUFFOLK COUNTY COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £2,076,611 BURY METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £4,728,713 SANDWELL METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £4,181,686 COVENTRY CITY COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £1,495,597 HAMMERSMITH AND FULHAM LONDON BOROUGH Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £2,722,478 NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE METROPOLITAN DISTRICT COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £1,856,901 BARKING AND DAGENHAM LONDON BOROUGH Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £5,111,058 HILLINGDON LONDON BOROUGH Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £1,318,524 THURROCK BOROUGH COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £8,482,757 MANCHESTER CITY COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £2,342,241 CHESHIRE EAST COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £1,729,200 WESTMINSTER CITY COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £2,222,346 WARRINGTON BOROUGH COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £5,124,786 WARWICKSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £8,123,612 EAST SUSSEX COUNTY COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £1,221,874 HARTLEPOOL BOROUGH COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £2,782,137 DONCASTER METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £7,130,520 CUMBRIA COUNTY COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £8,514,314 LIVERPOOL CITY COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £2,306,755 TELFORD AND WREKIN COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £3,577,890 BOLTON METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £4,447,228 LEICESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £8,286,057 LEEDS CITY COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £5,316,897 BRENT LONDON BOROUGH Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £2,442,564 BROMLEY LONDON BOROUGH Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £1,063,345 DARLINGTON BOROUGH COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £10,155,847 SURREY COUNTY COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £2,587,067 NORTH LINCOLNSHIRE COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £19,155,884 KENT COUNTY COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £2,558,938 WEST NORTHAMPTONSHIRE COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £7,548,514 CORNWALL COUNTY UA Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £3,571,302 WOLVERHAMPTON METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £959,824 ROYAL BOROUGH OF KENSINGTON AND CHELSEA Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £2,362,308 WALTHAM FOREST LONDON BOROUGH Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £1,678,410 LAMBETH LONDON BOROUGH Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £5,108,320 SHEFFIELD CITY COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £1,869,024 NORTH TYNESIDE METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £4,554,373 WIGAN METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £5,069,550 CAMBRIDGESHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £1,267,783 MILTON KEYNES COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £2,272,039 ISLE OF WIGHT COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £2,992,679 CROYDON LONDON BOROUGH Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £4,340,710 WAKEFIELD METROPOLITAN DISTRICT COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £3,220,832 NORTH EAST LINCOLNSHIRE COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £1,032,132 WINDSOR AND MAIDENHEAD ROYAL BOROUGH COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £3,713,864 WILTSHIRE COUNTY UA Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £9,414,970 WEST SUSSEX COUNTY COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £3,499,990 SALFORD METROPOLITAN DISTRICT COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £1,925,738 RICHMOND UPON THAMES LONDON BOROUGH Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £2,678,851 HARINGEY LONDON BOROUGH Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £1,197,341 READING BOROUGH COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £2,614,944 BLACKPOOL BOROUGH COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £1,939,775 ISLINGTON LONDON BOROUGH Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £6,444,209 DUDLEY METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £2,323,304 DERBY CITY COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £6,842,353 GLOUCESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £1,807,785 SUTTON LONDON BOROUGH Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £2,484,854 SOLIHULL METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £3,735,926 ENFIELD LONDON BOROUGH Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £4,055,399 SUNDERLAND CITY COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £1,441,905 BATH AND NORTH EAST SOMERSET COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £1,730,686 LONDON BOROUGH OF HACKNEY Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £1,760,014 WANDSWORTH LONDON BOROUGH Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £8,245,371 DEVON COUNTY COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £1,686,144 SOUTHWARK LONDON BOROUGH Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £2,111,149 GATESHEAD METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £2,469,979 TRAFFORD METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £1,140,680 SLOUGH BOROUGH COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £968,392 BRACKNELL FOREST BOROUGH COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £6,976,485 LINCOLNSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £2,848,068 LONDON BOROUGH OF NEWHAM Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £14,252,433 HAMPSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £9,157,782 NORFOLK COUNTY COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £6,658,545 OXFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £29,344 ISLES OF SCILLY COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
03/05/2021 £3,063,735 ROTHERHAM METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Grants to local authorities to meet a statutory duty to provide home adaptations
01/05/2021 £134,571 STOKE-ON-TRENT CITY COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/05/2021 £43,139 TAMESIDE METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/05/2021 £280,293 LONDON BOROUGH OF TOWER HAMLETS Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/05/2021 £195,498 WALSALL METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/05/2021 £460,119 LONDON BOROUGH OF WALTHAM FOREST Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/05/2021 £195,725 WEST BERKSHIRE DISTRICT COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/05/2021 £369,849 WIRRAL METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/05/2021 £208,380 WOKINGHAM BOROUGH COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/05/2021 £218,590 WOLVERHAMPTON METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/05/2021 £7,900,000 THE UNIVERSITY OF LIVERPOOL Genomic sequencing to identify Covid variants in waste water.
01/05/2021 £2,604,611 £92,931,000 NURSING AND MIDWIFERY COUNCIL for the purpose of extending Observed Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) capacity.
01/05/2021 £3,000,000 LIVEWELL SOUTHWEST Eliminating Mental Health Dormitory Accommodation Programme Business Case
01/05/2021 £8,658,131 £32,854,000 THE THALIDOMIDE TRUST Provide health and wellbeing support for English thalidomiders.
01/05/2021 £258,117 DONCASTER METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/05/2021 £134,237 MERTON LONDON BOROUGH Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/05/2021 £304,298 LONDON BOROUGH OF NEWHAM Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/05/2021 £119,394 SHEFFIELD CITY COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/05/2021 £184,320 LONDON BOROUGH OF BARKING AND DAGENHAM Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/05/2021 £360 BARNSLEY METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/05/2021 £90,121 BOLTON METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/05/2021 £202,834 BRACKNELL FOREST BOROUGH COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/05/2021 £223,385 LONDON BOROUGH OF BRENT Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/05/2021 £127,837 BUCKINGHAMSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/05/2021 £51,838 CORNWALL COUNTY COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/05/2021 £551,787 COVENTRY CITY COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/05/2021 £853,780 DORSET COUNTY COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/05/2021 £649,114 LONDON BOROUGH OF EALING Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/05/2021 £177,717 LONDON BOROUGH OF HACKNEY Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/05/2021 £267,873 LONDON BOROUGH OF HAMMERSMITH AND FULHAM Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/05/2021 £267,041 LONDON BOROUGH OF HAVERING Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/05/2021 £322,556 LONDON BOROUGH OF HOUNSLOW Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/05/2021 £443,189 KNOWSLEY METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/05/2021 £180,523 LAMBETH LONDON BOROUGH Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/05/2021 £393,350 LEICESTER CITY COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/05/2021 £186,410 MANCHESTER CITY COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/05/2021 £244,763 NORFOLK COUNTY COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/05/2021 £115,960 PORTSMOUTH CITY COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/05/2021 £246,533 LONDON BOROUGH OF REDBRIDGE Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/05/2021 £82,788 SANDWELL METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/05/2021 £368,847 SEFTON METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/05/2021 £184,121 SLOUGH BOROUGH COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/05/2021 £166,369 ST HELENS METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/05/2021 £31,657 STOCKTON ON TEES BOROUGH COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
02/04/2021 £162,375 SOCIAL CARE INSTITUTE FOR EXCELLENCE To support the implementation of the Liberty Protection Safeguards (LPS) across the health and social care sector by April 2022.
02/04/2021 £1,340,493 AIR AMBULANCE MAGPAS Part of the Autumn Budget on 29th Oct 2018, the Chancellor announced £10 million capital funding for air ambulance services in England via a competitive grants scheme for Air Ambulance Charities.
02/04/2021 £183,294 ESSEX & HERTS AIR AMBULANCE Part of the Autumn Budget on 29th Oct 2018, the Chancellor announced £10 million capital funding for air ambulance services in England via a competitive grants scheme for Air Ambulance Charities.
02/04/2021 £10,369 £4,076,073 GREAT WESTERN AIR AMBULANCE CHARITY Part of the Autumn Budget on 29th Oct 2018, the Chancellor announced £10 million capital funding for air ambulance services in England via a competitive grants scheme for Air Ambulance Charities.
02/04/2021 £488,198 £5,442,496 CORNWALL AIR AMBULANCE TRUST Part of the Autumn Budget on 29th Oct 2018, the Chancellor announced £10 million capital funding for air ambulance services in England via a competitive grants scheme for Air Ambulance Charities.
02/04/2021 £52,500 £674,153 VOLUNTARY SECTOR MENTAL HEALTH PROVIDERS FORUM Work to develop and effective social care narrative representative of user/carer experience, across those affected by a range of health inequalities.
02/04/2021 £53,060 BARNARDO'S Work to develop and effective social care narrative representative of user/carer experience, across those affected by a range of health inequalities.
02/04/2021 £20,000 £3,973,641 LIFELINE COMMUNITY PROJECTS Gathering users experience of how Primary Care Networks/Teams address health inequalities.
02/04/2021 £12,182 £11,870,565 HOMELESS LINK Promotion of the vaccination and booster programme for those experiencing homelessness and the people supporting them.
02/04/2021 £40,020 £1,181,827 FRIENDS FAMILIES AND TRAVELLERS Promote the uptake of the booster programme with the gypsy, roma and traveller community.
02/04/2021 £46,420 NATIONAL VOICES The HW Alliance enables system partners (and their policy teams) to strengthen and build on the relationships with the VCSE sector, providing:A route for system partners to reach a wide range of VCSE organisationsA collective voice for the VCSE sectorOpportunities co-design and co-produce solutions on cross-cutting issuesAccess to the voices of communities that experience the greatest health inequalities.Activities of HW Alliance members are designed to align with the national strategic priorities of the system partners, with a continued focus on promoting equality and reducing health inequalities.
02/04/2021 £46,000 AGE UK The HW Alliance enables system partners (and their policy teams) to strengthen and build on the relationships with the VCSE sector, providing:A route for system partners to reach a wide range of VCSE organisationsA collective voice for the VCSE sectorOpportunities co-design and co-produce solutions on cross-cutting issuesAccess to the voices of communities that experience the greatest health inequalities.Activities of HW Alliance members are designed to align with the national strategic priorities of the system partners, with a continued focus on promoting equality and reducing health inequalities.
02/04/2021 £90,000 £674,153 VOLUNTARY SECTOR MENTAL HEALTH PROVIDERS FORUM The HW Alliance enables system partners (and their policy teams) to strengthen and build on the relationships with the VCSE sector, providing:A route for system partners to reach a wide range of VCSE organisationsA collective voice for the VCSE sectorOpportunities co-design and co-produce solutions on cross-cutting issuesAccess to the voices of communities that experience the greatest health inequalities.Activities of HW Alliance members are designed to align with the national strategic priorities of the system partners, with a continued focus on promoting equality and reducing health inequalities.
01/04/2021 £391,469 LONDON BOROUGH OF NEWHAM Shared Outcomes Fund: Out-of-hospital care models for people experiencing homelessness: to reduce rough sleeping and health inequalities.
01/04/2021 £1,200,000 LONDON BOROUGH OF NEWHAM Shared Outcomes Fund: Out-of-hospital care models for people experiencing homelessness: to reduce rough sleeping and health inequalities.
01/04/2021 £184,932 BARNET LONDON BOROUGH CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £75,469 BATH AND NORTH EAST SOMERSET COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £33,580 BEDFORD UNITARY AUTHORITY CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £361,751 BIRMINGHAM CITY COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £146,640 BRIGHTON AND HOVE CITY COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £56,650 BURY METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £277,046 CAMBRIDGESHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £35,289 CENTRAL BEDFORDSHIRE UA CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £92,617 CHESHIRE EAST UA CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £148,055 CHESHIRE WEST AND CHESTER UA CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £24,758 BRADFORD METROPOLITAN DISTRICT COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £62,952 CITY OF LONDON CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £132,199 CITY OF YORK COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £12,260 COUNTY OF HEREFORDSHIRE DISTRICT COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £24,757 CUMBRIA COUNTY COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £66,089 DERBY CITY COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £407,489 DERBYSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £130,973 DUDLEY METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £62,821 EAST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £473,794 ENFIELD LONDON BOROUGH CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £23,854 ESSEX COUNTY COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £40,093 GATESHEAD METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £257,047 GLOUCESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £390,364 GREENWICH LONDON BOROUGH CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £60,656 HALTON BOROUGH COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £2,150 HAMPSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £266,112 HARINGEY LONDON BOROUGH CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £285,453 HARROW LONDON BOROUGH CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £40,585 HARTLEPOOL BOROUGH COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £175,708 HERTFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £177,540 HILLINGDON LONDON BOROUGH CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £1,077 ISLES OF SCILLY COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £148,440 ISLINGTON LONDON BOROUGH CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £168,147 KENSINGTON AND CHELSEA ROYAL BOROUGH CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £1,333,398 KENT COUNTY COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £48,400 KINGSTON UPON HULL CITY COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £104,531 KINGSTON UPON THAMES ROYAL BOROUGH CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £421,799 LEICESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £67,673 LEWISHAM LONDON BOROUGH CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £172,454 LINCOLNSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £158,957 LUTON BOROUGH COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £298,861 MEDWAY BOROUGH COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £21,434 MIDDLESBROUGH BOROUGH COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £30,557 MILTON KEYNES COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £30,819 NORTH EAST LINCOLNSHIRE COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £26,730 NORTH LINCOLNSHIRE COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £34,714 NORTH TYNESIDE METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £81,728 NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY UA CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £60,258 NOTTINGHAM CITY COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £143,521 NOTTINGHAMSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £35,664 OLDHAM METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £227,931 OXFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £30,476 PLYMOUTH CITY COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £62,636 READING BOROUGH COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £98,474 ROCHDALE METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £5,211 ROTHERHAM METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £12,734 RUTLAND COUNTY COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £147,424 SALFORD METROPOLITAN DISTRICT COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £106,721 SOLIHULL METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £28,586 SOMERSET COUNTY COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £177,185 SOUTH GLOUCESTERSHIRE COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £123,339 SOUTHAMPTON CITY COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £226,658 SOUTHWARK LONDON BOROUGH CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £77,938 STOCKPORT METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £434,005 SUFFOLK COUNTY COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £30,002 SUNDERLAND CITY COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £248,195 SURREY COUNTY COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £62,022 SUTTON LONDON BOROUGH CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £45,993 SWINDON BOROUGH COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £57,945 TELFORD AND WREKIN COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £147,458 THURROCK BOROUGH COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £42,740 TRAFFORD METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £224,735 WANDSWORTH LONDON BOROUGH CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £336,940 WARWICKSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £234,163 WESTMINSTER CITY COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £76,292 WIGAN METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £8,613 WILTSHIRE COUNTY UA CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £9,433 WINDSOR AND MAIDENHEAD ROYAL BOROUGH COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £59,385 WORCESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £61,833 BARKING AND DAGENHAM LONDON BOROUGH Part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up). Funding model adjusted for FY 21/26
01/04/2021 £960 BARNSLEY METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up). Funding model adjusted for FY 21/25
01/04/2021 £126,841 BATH AND NORTH EAST SOMERSET COUNCIL Part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up). Funding model adjusted for FY 21/24
01/04/2021 £28,484 BEDFORD UNITARY AUTHORITY Part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up). Funding model adjusted for FY 21/23
01/04/2021 £71,564 BLACKBURN WITH DARWEN BOROUGH COUNCIL Part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up). Funding model adjusted for FY 21/22
01/04/2021 £130,273 BRIGHTON AND HOVE CITY COUNCIL Part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up). Funding model adjusted for FY 21/21
01/04/2021 £94,005 BUCKINGHAMSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up). Funding model adjusted for FY 21/20
01/04/2021 £52,778 CENTRAL BEDFORDSHIRE UA Part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up). Funding model adjusted for FY 21/19
01/04/2021 £6,185 BRADFORD METROPOLITAN DISTRICT COUNCIL Part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up). Funding model adjusted for FY 21/18
01/04/2021 £33,115 COUNTY OF HEREFORDSHIRE DISTRICT COUNCIL Part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up). Funding model adjusted for FY 21/17
01/04/2021 £72,912 CUMBRIA COUNTY COUNCIL Part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up). Funding model adjusted for FY 21/16
01/04/2021 £96,721 DORSET COUNTY COUNCIL Part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up). Funding model adjusted for FY 21/15
01/04/2021 £84,610 DUDLEY METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up). Funding model adjusted for FY 21/14
01/04/2021 £150,990 EALING LONDON BOROUGH Part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up). Funding model adjusted for FY 21/13
01/04/2021 £25,689 EAST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE COUNCIL Part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up). Funding model adjusted for FY 21/12
01/04/2021 £7,087 ESSEX COUNTY COUNCIL Part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up). Funding model adjusted for FY 21/11
01/04/2021 £19,743 GATESHEAD METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up). Funding model adjusted for FY 21/10
01/04/2021 £13,722 GLOUCESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up). Funding model adjusted for FY 21/9
01/04/2021 £131,801 HACKNEY LONDON BOROUGH Part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up). Funding model adjusted for FY 21/8
01/04/2021 £4,195 HAMPSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up). Funding model adjusted for FY 21/7
01/04/2021 £32,745 KINGSTON UPON HULL CITY COUNCIL Part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up). Funding model adjusted for FY 21/6
01/04/2021 £48,795 LEICESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up). Funding model adjusted for FY 21/5
01/04/2021 £7,486 LINCOLNSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up). Funding model adjusted for FY 21/4
01/04/2021 £4,586 MIDDLESBROUGH BOROUGH COUNCIL Part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up). Funding model adjusted for FY 21/3
01/04/2021 £17,136 MILTON KEYNES COUNCIL Part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up). Funding model adjusted for FY 21/2
01/04/2021 £65,025 NORTH EAST LINCOLNSHIRE COUNCIL Part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up). Funding model adjusted for FY 21/1
01/04/2021 £28,471 NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY UA Part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up). Funding model adjusted for FY 21/0
01/04/2021 £61,224 NOTTINGHAM CITY COUNCIL Part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up). Funding model adjusted for FY 21/1
01/04/2021 £134,340 NOTTINGHAMSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up). Funding model adjusted for FY 21/2
01/04/2021 £91,828 OLDHAM METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up). Funding model adjusted for FY 21/3
01/04/2021 £28,172 PLYMOUTH CITY COUNCIL Part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up). Funding model adjusted for FY 21/4
01/04/2021 £68,140 ROCHDALE METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up). Funding model adjusted for FY 21/5
01/04/2021 £20 ROTHERHAM METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up). Funding model adjusted for FY 21/6
01/04/2021 £4,026 RUTLAND COUNTY COUNCIL Part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up). Funding model adjusted for FY 21/7
01/04/2021 £142,797 SOLIHULL METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up). Funding model adjusted for FY 21/8
01/04/2021 £20,980 SOUTHAMPTON CITY COUNCIL Part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up). Funding model adjusted for FY 21/9
01/04/2021 £5,830 SOUTHEND ON SEA BOROUGH COUNCIL Part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up). Funding model adjusted for FY 21/10
01/04/2021 £107,364 STAFFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up). Funding model adjusted for FY 21/11
01/04/2021 £73,966 STOCKPORT METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up). Funding model adjusted for FY 21/12
01/04/2021 £45,060 STOCKTON ON TEES BOROUGH COUNCIL Part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up). Funding model adjusted for FY 21/13
01/04/2021 £41,125 SURREY COUNTY COUNCIL Part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up). Funding model adjusted for FY 21/14
01/04/2021 £480 THURROCK BOROUGH COUNCIL Part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up). Funding model adjusted for FY 21/15
01/04/2021 £42,185 WAKEFIELD METROPOLITAN DISTRICT COUNCIL Part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up). Funding model adjusted for FY 21/16
01/04/2021 £211,006 WALTHAM FOREST LONDON BOROUGH Part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up). Funding model adjusted for FY 21/17
01/04/2021 £94,107 WARWICKSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up). Funding model adjusted for FY 21/18
01/04/2021 £89,861 WIGAN METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up). Funding model adjusted for FY 21/19
01/04/2021 £412 WILTSHIRE COUNTY UA Part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up). Funding model adjusted for FY 21/20
01/04/2021 £214,807 WIRRAL METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up). Funding model adjusted for FY 21/21
01/04/2021 £67,746 WORCESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up). Funding model adjusted for FY 21/22
01/04/2021 £295,369 BIRMINGHAM CITY COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £14,073 CORNWALL COUNTY UA CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £204,870 HERTFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £163,649 HILLINGDON LONDON BOROUGH CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £1,410,680 KENT COUNTY COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £112,640 MERTON LONDON BOROUGH CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £193,613 NEWHAM LONDON BOROUGH CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £26,893 NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY UA CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £120,871 SALFORD METROPOLITAN DISTRICT COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £55,886 SHROPSHIRE COUNTY UA CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £2,008 SOUTHEND ON SEA BOROUGH COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £43,612 SWINDON BOROUGH COUNCIL CTP is part of the wider asymptomatic testing programme to support delivery of the Road Map. The main aim for CTP remains to target hard to reach groups that are less likely to test (e.g. high deprivation areas/ areas with low vaccine take up); she noted that LAs remain best placed to identify and target these groups. CTP is targeted testing at scale and not mass testing. The current aims are to strengthen the LA infrastructure, support testing surges (e.g. the schools surge), while developing the longer term testing strategy.
01/04/2021 £600,000 BIRMINGHAM CITY COUNCIL Shared Outcomes Fund: Out-of-hospital care models for people experiencing homelessness: to reduce rough sleeping and health inequalities.
01/04/2021 £540,400 BOURNEMOUTH, CHRISTCHURCH AND POOLE COUNCIL Shared Outcomes Fund: Out-of-hospital care models for people experiencing homelessness: to reduce rough sleeping and health inequalities.
01/04/2021 £580,220 BRIGHTON AND HOVE CITY COUNCIL Shared Outcomes Fund: Out-of-hospital care models for people experiencing homelessness: to reduce rough sleeping and health inequalities.
01/04/2021 £548,910 BRISTOL CITY COUNCIL Shared Outcomes Fund: Out-of-hospital care models for people experiencing homelessness: to reduce rough sleeping and health inequalities.
01/04/2021 £332,001 CAMBRIDGESHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Shared Outcomes Fund: Out-of-hospital care models for people experiencing homelessness: to reduce rough sleeping and health inequalities.
01/04/2021 £478,736 CORNWALL COUNTY UA Shared Outcomes Fund: Out-of-hospital care models for people experiencing homelessness: to reduce rough sleeping and health inequalities.
01/04/2021 £443,670 GREATER MANCHESTER COMBINED AUTHORITY Shared Outcomes Fund: Out-of-hospital care models for people experiencing homelessness: to reduce rough sleeping and health inequalities.
01/04/2021 £546,344 KINGSTON UPON HULL CITY COUNCIL Shared Outcomes Fund: Out-of-hospital care models for people experiencing homelessness: to reduce rough sleeping and health inequalities.
01/04/2021 £487,000 LEEDS CITY COUNCIL Shared Outcomes Fund: Out-of-hospital care models for people experiencing homelessness: to reduce rough sleeping and health inequalities.
01/04/2021 £553,051 LIVERPOOL CITY COUNCIL Shared Outcomes Fund: Out-of-hospital care models for people experiencing homelessness: to reduce rough sleeping and health inequalities.
01/04/2021 £245,000 NOTTINGHAM CITY COUNCIL Shared Outcomes Fund: Out-of-hospital care models for people experiencing homelessness: to reduce rough sleeping and health inequalities.
01/04/2021 £170,000 MANSFIELD DISTRICT COUNCIL Shared Outcomes Fund: Out-of-hospital care models for people experiencing homelessness: to reduce rough sleeping and health inequalities.
01/04/2021 £578,026 OXFORD CITY COUNCIL Shared Outcomes Fund: Out-of-hospital care models for people experiencing homelessness: to reduce rough sleeping and health inequalities.
01/04/2021 £1,000,000 ISLINGTON LONDON BOROUGH Shared Outcomes Fund: Out-of-hospital care models for people experiencing homelessness: to reduce rough sleeping and health inequalities.
01/04/2021 £1,195,529 KENSINGTON AND CHELSEA ROYAL BOROUGH Shared Outcomes Fund: Out-of-hospital care models for people experiencing homelessness: to reduce rough sleeping and health inequalities.
01/04/2021 £678,020 LAMBETH LONDON BOROUGH Shared Outcomes Fund: Out-of-hospital care models for people experiencing homelessness: to reduce rough sleeping and health inequalities.
01/04/2021 £498,411 KINGSTON UPON THAMES ROYAL BOROUGH Shared Outcomes Fund: Out-of-hospital care models for people experiencing homelessness: to reduce rough sleeping and health inequalities.
01/04/2021 £1,081,446 NEWHAM LONDON BOROUGH Shared Outcomes Fund: Out-of-hospital care models for people experiencing homelessness: to reduce rough sleeping and health inequalities.
01/04/2021 £2,500,000 BLACKBURN WITH DARWEN BOROUGH COUNCIL To review and evaluate effectiveness of response to VOC in order to shape future policy.
01/04/2021 £2,606,000 CAMBRIDGESHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL To review and evaluate effectiveness of response to VOC in order to shape future policy.
01/04/2021 £81,314 HACKNEY LONDON BOROUGH To review and evaluate effectiveness of response to VOC in order to shape future policy.
01/04/2021 £548,592 KINGSTON UPON HULL CITY COUNCIL To review and evaluate effectiveness of response to VOC in order to shape future policy.
01/04/2021 £20,740 KINGSTON UPON THAMES ROYAL BOROUGH To review and evaluate effectiveness of response to VOC in order to shape future policy.
01/04/2021 £2,065,800 MANCHESTER CITY COUNCIL To review and evaluate effectiveness of response to VOC in order to shape future policy.
01/04/2021 £771,000 NEWHAM LONDON BOROUGH To review and evaluate effectiveness of response to VOC in order to shape future policy.
01/04/2021 £19,406 SOMERSET COUNTY COUNCIL To review and evaluate effectiveness of response to VOC in order to shape future policy.
01/04/2021 £3,300,000 WIRRAL METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL To review and evaluate effectiveness of response to VOC in order to shape future policy.
01/04/2021 £547,503 BIRMINGHAM CITY COUNCIL Supporting the discharge of people with a learning disability or autism from mental health hospitals back into their communities.
01/04/2021 £287,671 BOURNEMOUTH, CHRISTCHURCH AND POOLE COUNCIL Supporting the discharge of people with a learning disability or autism from mental health hospitals back into their communities.
01/04/2021 £621,741 BRIGHTON AND HOVE CITY COUNCIL Supporting the discharge of people with a learning disability or autism from mental health hospitals back into their communities.
01/04/2021 £395,316 BRISTOL CITY COUNCIL Supporting the discharge of people with a learning disability or autism from mental health hospitals back into their communities.
01/04/2021 £302,519 CAMBRIDGESHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Supporting the discharge of people with a learning disability or autism from mental health hospitals back into their communities.
01/04/2021 £497,393 CAMDEN LONDON BOROUGH Supporting the discharge of people with a learning disability or autism from mental health hospitals back into their communities.
01/04/2021 £263,544 CORNWALL COUNTY UA Supporting the discharge of people with a learning disability or autism from mental health hospitals back into their communities.
01/04/2021 £554,927 DERBYSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Supporting the discharge of people with a learning disability or autism from mental health hospitals back into their communities.
01/04/2021 £363,765 DEVON COUNTY COUNCIL Supporting the discharge of people with a learning disability or autism from mental health hospitals back into their communities.
01/04/2021 £1,555,281 DURHAM COUNTY UA Supporting the discharge of people with a learning disability or autism from mental health hospitals back into their communities.
01/04/2021 £445,426 ESSEX COUNTY COUNCIL Supporting the discharge of people with a learning disability or autism from mental health hospitals back into their communities.
01/04/2021 £295,095 GLOUCESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Supporting the discharge of people with a learning disability or autism from mental health hospitals back into their communities.
01/04/2021 £575,342 HAMPSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Supporting the discharge of people with a learning disability or autism from mental health hospitals back into their communities.
01/04/2021 £638,445 HARROW LONDON BOROUGH Supporting the discharge of people with a learning disability or autism from mental health hospitals back into their communities.
01/04/2021 £467,698 HAVERING LONDON BOROUGH Supporting the discharge of people with a learning disability or autism from mental health hospitals back into their communities.
01/04/2021 £413,875 HERTFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Supporting the discharge of people with a learning disability or autism from mental health hospitals back into their communities.
01/04/2021 £874,149 KENT COUNTY COUNCIL Supporting the discharge of people with a learning disability or autism from mental health hospitals back into their communities.
01/04/2021 £837,030 LAMBETH LONDON BOROUGH Supporting the discharge of people with a learning disability or autism from mental health hospitals back into their communities.
01/04/2021 £1,013,345 LANCASHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Supporting the discharge of people with a learning disability or autism from mental health hospitals back into their communities.
01/04/2021 £679,275 LEEDS CITY COUNCIL Supporting the discharge of people with a learning disability or autism from mental health hospitals back into their communities.
01/04/2021 £465,842 LEICESTER CITY COUNCIL Supporting the discharge of people with a learning disability or autism from mental health hospitals back into their communities.
01/04/2021 £397,172 LINCOLNSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Supporting the discharge of people with a learning disability or autism from mental health hospitals back into their communities.
01/04/2021 £293,239 LUTON BOROUGH COUNCIL Supporting the discharge of people with a learning disability or autism from mental health hospitals back into their communities.
01/04/2021 £467,698 MERTON LONDON BOROUGH Supporting the discharge of people with a learning disability or autism from mental health hospitals back into their communities.
01/04/2021 £391,604 NORFOLK COUNTY COUNCIL Supporting the discharge of people with a learning disability or autism from mental health hospitals back into their communities.
01/04/2021 £764,649 NORTH YORKSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Supporting the discharge of people with a learning disability or autism from mental health hospitals back into their communities.
01/04/2021 £502,961 NOTTINGHAMSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Supporting the discharge of people with a learning disability or autism from mental health hospitals back into their communities.
01/04/2021 £1,083,871 OLDHAM METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Supporting the discharge of people with a learning disability or autism from mental health hospitals back into their communities.
01/04/2021 £540,080 ROTHERHAM METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Supporting the discharge of people with a learning disability or autism from mental health hospitals back into their communities.
01/04/2021 £100,221 SOMERSET COUNTY COUNCIL Supporting the discharge of people with a learning disability or autism from mental health hospitals back into their communities.
01/04/2021 £421,299 STAFFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Supporting the discharge of people with a learning disability or autism from mental health hospitals back into their communities.
01/04/2021 £144,764 SUFFOLK COUNTY COUNCIL Supporting the discharge of people with a learning disability or autism from mental health hospitals back into their communities.
01/04/2021 £378,612 SURREY COUNTY COUNCIL Supporting the discharge of people with a learning disability or autism from mental health hospitals back into their communities.
01/04/2021 £237,561 TELFORD AND WREKIN COUNCIL Supporting the discharge of people with a learning disability or autism from mental health hospitals back into their communities.
01/04/2021 £447,282 WARWICKSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Supporting the discharge of people with a learning disability or autism from mental health hospitals back into their communities.
01/04/2021 £523,376 WEST BERKSHIRE DISTRICT COUNCIL Supporting the discharge of people with a learning disability or autism from mental health hospitals back into their communities.
01/04/2021 £300,663 WEST NORTHAMPTONSHIRE COUNCIL Supporting the discharge of people with a learning disability or autism from mental health hospitals back into their communities.
01/04/2021 £261,688 WILTSHIRE COUNTY UA Supporting the discharge of people with a learning disability or autism from mental health hospitals back into their communities.
01/04/2021 £905,700 WIRRAL METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Supporting the discharge of people with a learning disability or autism from mental health hospitals back into their communities.
01/04/2021 £608,749 WOLVERHAMPTON METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Supporting the discharge of people with a learning disability or autism from mental health hospitals back into their communities.
01/04/2021 £133,628 WORCESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Supporting the discharge of people with a learning disability or autism from mental health hospitals back into their communities.
01/04/2021 £65,000 BRIGHTON AND HOVE CITY COUNCIL Shared Outcomes Fund: Out-of-hospital care models for people experiencing homelessness: to reduce rough sleeping and health inequalities.
01/04/2021 £65,000 CORNWALL COUNTY UA Shared Outcomes Fund: Out-of-hospital care models for people experiencing homelessness: to reduce rough sleeping and health inequalities.
01/04/2021 £51,500 ISLINGTON LONDON BOROUGH Shared Outcomes Fund: Out-of-hospital care models for people experiencing homelessness: to reduce rough sleeping and health inequalities.
01/04/2021 £65,000 OXFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Shared Outcomes Fund: Out-of-hospital care models for people experiencing homelessness: to reduce rough sleeping and health inequalities.
01/04/2021 £59,036 BRIGHTON AND HOVE CITY COUNCIL Shared Outcomes Fund: Out-of-hospital care models for people experiencing homelessness: to reduce rough sleeping and health inequalities.
01/04/2021 £80,000 CORNWALL COUNTY UA Shared Outcomes Fund: Out-of-hospital care models for people experiencing homelessness: to reduce rough sleeping and health inequalities.
01/04/2021 £46,068 MANCHESTER CITY COUNCIL Shared Outcomes Fund: Out-of-hospital care models for people experiencing homelessness: to reduce rough sleeping and health inequalities.
01/04/2021 £97,000 £7,832,743 TOMMY'S Through the HW Alliance, policy teams can work collaboratively with the voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) organisations, accessing the sectors expertise and connecting policy leads with hard-to-reach communities.The Alliance comprises of 19 VCSE organisations and the membership is currently confirmed for 2021-24. These organisations bring the expertise of the VCSE sector, and the voices of the people they represent, into national policy development and delivery.The HW Alliance enables system partners (and their policy teams) to strengthen and build on the relationships with the VCSE sector, providing:A route for system partners to reach a wide range of VCSE organisationsA collective voice for the VCSE sectorOpportunities co-design and co-produce solutions on cross-cutting issuesAccess to the voices of communities that experience the greatest health inequalities.Activities of HW Alliance members are designed to align with the national strategic priorities of the system partners, with a continued focus on promoting equality and reducing health inequalities.
01/04/2021 £2,790,000 £37,848,240 SKILLS FOR CARE LTD Skills for Care are DHSC's main delivery partner for Social Care Workforce development. Focusing on (1) recruitment & retention: (2) improving quality of social care through prevention & wellbeing (3) improving knowledge and skills of workforce (4)ensuring that future plans take account of sector experience through workforce integration.
01/04/2021 £59,746 £3,164,079 42ND STREET The funded schemes will expand access for children and young people aged 25 and under to local services to support their mental health and provide early intervention for those at risk of mental health problems.The fund will enable these diverse projects to reach more young people, with an emphasis on improving access to support outside of NHS services, including for groups such as those from black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) backgrounds.
01/04/2021 £29,696 £16,750,998 ANNA FREUD NATIONAL CENTRE FOR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES The funded schemes will expand access for children and young people aged 25 and under to local services to support their mental health and provide early intervention for those at risk of mental health problems.The fund will enable these diverse projects to reach more young people, with an emphasis on improving access to support outside of NHS services, including for groups such as those from black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) backgrounds.
01/04/2021 £54,800 £2,464,790 CENTRE THIRTY THREE YOUNG PEOPLE'S COUNSELLING AND INFORMATION SERVICE The funded schemes will expand access for children and young people aged 25 and under to local services to support their mental health and provide early intervention for those at risk of mental health problems.The fund will enable these diverse projects to reach more young people, with an emphasis on improving access to support outside of NHS services, including for groups such as those from black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) backgrounds.
01/04/2021 £33,344 FAMILY ACTION - BRADFORD The funded schemes will expand access for children and young people aged 25 and under to local services to support their mental health and provide early intervention for those at risk of mental health problems.The fund will enable these diverse projects to reach more young people, with an emphasis on improving access to support outside of NHS services, including for groups such as those from black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) backgrounds.
01/04/2021 £59,982 FAMILY ACTION - HACKNEY The funded schemes will expand access for children and young people aged 25 and under to local services to support their mental health and provide early intervention for those at risk of mental health problems.The fund will enable these diverse projects to reach more young people, with an emphasis on improving access to support outside of NHS services, including for groups such as those from black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) backgrounds.
01/04/2021 £59,843 £3,973,641 LIFELINE COMMUNITY PROJECTS The funded schemes will expand access for children and young people aged 25 and under to local services to support their mental health and provide early intervention for those at risk of mental health problems.The fund will enable these diverse projects to reach more young people, with an emphasis on improving access to support outside of NHS services, including for groups such as those from black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) backgrounds.
01/04/2021 £29,000 £5,964,807 NORTHPOINT WELLBEING LIMITED The funded schemes will expand access for children and young people aged 25 and under to local services to support their mental health and provide early intervention for those at risk of mental health problems.The fund will enable these diverse projects to reach more young people, with an emphasis on improving access to support outside of NHS services, including for groups such as those from black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) backgrounds.
01/04/2021 £59,786 £26,753,456 PEOPLE POTENTIAL POSSIBILITIES The funded schemes will expand access for children and young people aged 25 and under to local services to support their mental health and provide early intervention for those at risk of mental health problems.The fund will enable these diverse projects to reach more young people, with an emphasis on improving access to support outside of NHS services, including for groups such as those from black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) backgrounds.
01/04/2021 £4,620 £806,370 THE PROUD TRUST The funded schemes will expand access for children and young people aged 25 and under to local services to support their mental health and provide early intervention for those at risk of mental health problems.The fund will enable these diverse projects to reach more young people, with an emphasis on improving access to support outside of NHS services, including for groups such as those from black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) backgrounds.
01/04/2021 £30,800 £880,464 VISYON The funded schemes will expand access for children and young people aged 25 and under to local services to support their mental health and provide early intervention for those at risk of mental health problems.The fund will enable these diverse projects to reach more young people, with an emphasis on improving access to support outside of NHS services, including for groups such as those from black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) backgrounds.
01/04/2021 £13,267 £1,280,714 YOUNG PEOPLE CORNWALL The funded schemes will expand access for children and young people aged 25 and under to local services to support their mental health and provide early intervention for those at risk of mental health problems.The fund will enable these diverse projects to reach more young people, with an emphasis on improving access to support outside of NHS services, including for groups such as those from black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) backgrounds.
01/04/2021 £22,400 £820,632 YOUTH WORKS NORTHAMPTONSHIRE The funded schemes will expand access for children and young people aged 25 and under to local services to support their mental health and provide early intervention for those at risk of mental health problems.The fund will enable these diverse projects to reach more young people, with an emphasis on improving access to support outside of NHS services, including for groups such as those from black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) backgrounds.
01/04/2021 £3,731 £8,049,000 AUTISM WEST MIDLANDS The funded schemes will expand access for children and young people aged 25 and under to local services to support their mental health and provide early intervention for those at risk of mental health problems.The fund will enable these diverse projects to reach more young people, with an emphasis on improving access to support outside of NHS services, including for groups such as those from black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) backgrounds.
01/04/2021 £19,170 £1,134,356 CHANCE UK The funded schemes will expand access for children and young people aged 25 and under to local services to support their mental health and provide early intervention for those at risk of mental health problems.The fund will enable these diverse projects to reach more young people, with an emphasis on improving access to support outside of NHS services, including for groups such as those from black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) backgrounds.
01/04/2021 £3,172 £1,423,922 THE FELLOWSHIP OF ST NICHOLAS The funded schemes will expand access for children and young people aged 25 and under to local services to support their mental health and provide early intervention for those at risk of mental health problems.The fund will enable these diverse projects to reach more young people, with an emphasis on improving access to support outside of NHS services, including for groups such as those from black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) backgrounds.
01/04/2021 £32,000 £3,982,921 NO LIMITS (SOUTH) The funded schemes will expand access for children and young people aged 25 and under to local services to support their mental health and provide early intervention for those at risk of mental health problems.The fund will enable these diverse projects to reach more young people, with an emphasis on improving access to support outside of NHS services, including for groups such as those from black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) backgrounds.
01/04/2021 £19,400 £474,274 OFF THE RECORD The funded schemes will expand access for children and young people aged 25 and under to local services to support their mental health and provide early intervention for those at risk of mental health problems.The fund will enable these diverse projects to reach more young people, with an emphasis on improving access to support outside of NHS services, including for groups such as those from black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) backgrounds.
01/04/2021 £44,017 £2,932,641 TAMESIDE, OLDHAM AND GLOSSOP MIND The funded schemes will expand access for children and young people aged 25 and under to local services to support their mental health and provide early intervention for those at risk of mental health problems.The fund will enable these diverse projects to reach more young people, with an emphasis on improving access to support outside of NHS services, including for groups such as those from black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) backgrounds.
01/04/2021 £10,000 £1,079,483 YORK MIND The funded schemes will expand access for children and young people aged 25 and under to local services to support their mental health and provide early intervention for those at risk of mental health problems.The fund will enable these diverse projects to reach more young people, with an emphasis on improving access to support outside of NHS services, including for groups such as those from black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) backgrounds.
01/04/2021 £18,000 £603,374 THE WHAT? CENTRE The funded schemes will expand access for children and young people aged 25 and under to local services to support their mental health and provide early intervention for those at risk of mental health problems.The fund will enable these diverse projects to reach more young people, with an emphasis on improving access to support outside of NHS services, including for groups such as those from black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) backgrounds.
01/04/2021 £165,000 £105,145,000 HOSPICE UK To reimburse primary care contractor groups, in line with the Chief Secretary to the Treasurys direction to the Department.
01/04/2021 £164,305 £7,670,000 ALDER HEY CHILDRENS CHARITY The VCSE Health and Wellbeing Fund is a yearly fund for voluntary and community sector organisations that is run in partnership between DHSC, PHE and NHS EI. Each year the fund has a different theme which is determined based on system-wide priorities and co-production with the voluntary sector.The theme of the HW Fund 2021-22 is providing support to families and childrens services, particularly due to the increase of paediatric respiratory infections.Provide additional support for childrens respiratory services and acute services during Autumn, Winter 2021Raise awareness of respiratory infections such as RSV and information about early detection to families and communities to prevent late admissions, especially within communities that experience the greatest health inequalitiesGive support to those with children suffering from respiratory infections such as RSV, especially where they may not have other support structures available
01/04/2021 £123,070 £15,399,000 ASTHMA UK AND BRITISH LUNG FOUNDATION PARTNERSHIP The VCSE Health and Wellbeing Fund is a yearly fund for voluntary and community sector organisations that is run in partnership between DHSC, PHE and NHS EI. Each year the fund has a different theme which is determined based on system-wide priorities and co-production with the voluntary sector.The theme of the HW Fund 2021-22 is providing support to families and childrens services, particularly due to the increase of paediatric respiratory infections.Provide additional support for childrens respiratory services and acute services during Autumn, Winter 2021Raise awareness of respiratory infections such as RSV and information about early detection to families and communities to prevent late admissions, especially within communities that experience the greatest health inequalitiesGive support to those with children suffering from respiratory infections such as RSV, especially where they may not have other support structures available
01/04/2021 £280,000 £278,770,000 BARNARDO'S The VCSE Health and Wellbeing Fund is a yearly fund for voluntary and community sector organisations that is run in partnership between DHSC, PHE and NHS EI. Each year the fund has a different theme which is determined based on system-wide priorities and co-production with the voluntary sector.The theme of the HW Fund 2021-22 is providing support to families and childrens services, particularly due to the increase of paediatric respiratory infections.Provide additional support for childrens respiratory services and acute services during Autumn, Winter 2021Raise awareness of respiratory infections such as RSV and information about early detection to families and communities to prevent late admissions, especially within communities that experience the greatest health inequalitiesGive support to those with children suffering from respiratory infections such as RSV, especially where they may not have other support structures available
01/04/2021 £149,534 £2,478,284 BLISS The VCSE Health and Wellbeing Fund is a yearly fund for voluntary and community sector organisations that is run in partnership between DHSC, PHE and NHS EI. Each year the fund has a different theme which is determined based on system-wide priorities and co-production with the voluntary sector.The theme of the HW Fund 2021-22 is providing support to families and childrens services, particularly due to the increase of paediatric respiratory infections.Provide additional support for childrens respiratory services and acute services during Autumn, Winter 2021Raise awareness of respiratory infections such as RSV and information about early detection to families and communities to prevent late admissions, especially within communities that experience the greatest health inequalitiesGive support to those with children suffering from respiratory infections such as RSV, especially where they may not have other support structures available
01/04/2021 £76,085 £8,920,807 CONTACT The VCSE Health and Wellbeing Fund is a yearly fund for voluntary and community sector organisations that is run in partnership between DHSC, PHE and NHS EI. Each year the fund has a different theme which is determined based on system-wide priorities and co-production with the voluntary sector.The theme of the HW Fund 2021-22 is providing support to families and childrens services, particularly due to the increase of paediatric respiratory infections.Provide additional support for childrens respiratory services and acute services during Autumn, Winter 2021Raise awareness of respiratory infections such as RSV and information about early detection to families and communities to prevent late admissions, especially within communities that experience the greatest health inequalitiesGive support to those with children suffering from respiratory infections such as RSV, especially where they may not have other support structures available
01/04/2021 £190,040 £32,784,000 FAMILY ACTION The VCSE Health and Wellbeing Fund is a yearly fund for voluntary and community sector organisations that is run in partnership between DHSC, PHE and NHS EI. Each year the fund has a different theme which is determined based on system-wide priorities and co-production with the voluntary sector.The theme of the HW Fund 2021-22 is providing support to families and childrens services, particularly due to the increase of paediatric respiratory infections.Provide additional support for childrens respiratory services and acute services during Autumn, Winter 2021Raise awareness of respiratory infections such as RSV and information about early detection to families and communities to prevent late admissions, especially within communities that experience the greatest health inequalitiesGive support to those with children suffering from respiratory infections such as RSV, especially where they may not have other support structures available
01/04/2021 £82,713 £62,182,000 GUY'S AND ST THOMAS' FOUNDATION The VCSE Health and Wellbeing Fund is a yearly fund for voluntary and community sector organisations that is run in partnership between DHSC, PHE and NHS EI. Each year the fund has a different theme which is determined based on system-wide priorities and co-production with the voluntary sector.The theme of the HW Fund 2021-22 is providing support to families and childrens services, particularly due to the increase of paediatric respiratory infections.Provide additional support for childrens respiratory services and acute services during Autumn, Winter 2021Raise awareness of respiratory infections such as RSV and information about early detection to families and communities to prevent late admissions, especially within communities that experience the greatest health inequalitiesGive support to those with children suffering from respiratory infections such as RSV, especially where they may not have other support structures available
01/04/2021 £77,066 £1,389,747 INSTITUTE OF HEALTH VISITING The VCSE Health and Wellbeing Fund is a yearly fund for voluntary and community sector organisations that is run in partnership between DHSC, PHE and NHS EI. Each year the fund has a different theme which is determined based on system-wide priorities and co-production with the voluntary sector.The theme of the HW Fund 2021-22 is providing support to families and childrens services, particularly due to the increase of paediatric respiratory infections.Provide additional support for childrens respiratory services and acute services during Autumn, Winter 2021Raise awareness of respiratory infections such as RSV and information about early detection to families and communities to prevent late admissions, especially within communities that experience the greatest health inequalitiesGive support to those with children suffering from respiratory infections such as RSV, especially where they may not have other support structures available
01/04/2021 £124,506 £1,006,968 KOALA NORTH EAST The VCSE Health and Wellbeing Fund is a yearly fund for voluntary and community sector organisations that is run in partnership between DHSC, PHE and NHS EI. Each year the fund has a different theme which is determined based on system-wide priorities and co-production with the voluntary sector.The theme of the HW Fund 2021-22 is providing support to families and childrens services, particularly due to the increase of paediatric respiratory infections.Provide additional support for childrens respiratory services and acute services during Autumn, Winter 2021Raise awareness of respiratory infections such as RSV and information about early detection to families and communities to prevent late admissions, especially within communities that experience the greatest health inequalitiesGive support to those with children suffering from respiratory infections such as RSV, especially where they may not have other support structures available
01/04/2021 £75,114 £510,000 MILTON KEYNES HOSPITALS CHARITY The VCSE Health and Wellbeing Fund is a yearly fund for voluntary and community sector organisations that is run in partnership between DHSC, PHE and NHS EI. Each year the fund has a different theme which is determined based on system-wide priorities and co-production with the voluntary sector.The theme of the HW Fund 2021-22 is providing support to families and childrens services, particularly due to the increase of paediatric respiratory infections.Provide additional support for childrens respiratory services and acute services during Autumn, Winter 2021Raise awareness of respiratory infections such as RSV and information about early detection to families and communities to prevent late admissions, especially within communities that experience the greatest health inequalitiesGive support to those with children suffering from respiratory infections such as RSV, especially where they may not have other support structures available
01/04/2021 £192,500 £2,589,000 SOUTHAMPTON HOSPITALS CHARITY The VCSE Health and Wellbeing Fund is a yearly fund for voluntary and community sector organisations that is run in partnership between DHSC, PHE and NHS EI. Each year the fund has a different theme which is determined based on system-wide priorities and co-production with the voluntary sector.The theme of the HW Fund 2021-22 is providing support to families and childrens services, particularly due to the increase of paediatric respiratory infections.Provide additional support for childrens respiratory services and acute services during Autumn, Winter 2021Raise awareness of respiratory infections such as RSV and information about early detection to families and communities to prevent late admissions, especially within communities that experience the greatest health inequalitiesGive support to those with children suffering from respiratory infections such as RSV, especially where they may not have other support structures available
01/04/2021 £167,126 SPRING NORTH The VCSE Health and Wellbeing Fund is a yearly fund for voluntary and community sector organisations that is run in partnership between DHSC, PHE and NHS EI. Each year the fund has a different theme which is determined based on system-wide priorities and co-production with the voluntary sector.The theme of the HW Fund 2021-22 is providing support to families and childrens services, particularly due to the increase of paediatric respiratory infections.Provide additional support for childrens respiratory services and acute services during Autumn, Winter 2021Raise awareness of respiratory infections such as RSV and information about early detection to families and communities to prevent late admissions, especially within communities that experience the greatest health inequalitiesGive support to those with children suffering from respiratory infections such as RSV, especially where they may not have other support structures available
01/04/2021 £75,872 £1,357,844 ST GEORGE'S LUPSET LTD The VCSE Health and Wellbeing Fund is a yearly fund for voluntary and community sector organisations that is run in partnership between DHSC, PHE and NHS EI. Each year the fund has a different theme which is determined based on system-wide priorities and co-production with the voluntary sector.The theme of the HW Fund 2021-22 is providing support to families and childrens services, particularly due to the increase of paediatric respiratory infections.Provide additional support for childrens respiratory services and acute services during Autumn, Winter 2021Raise awareness of respiratory infections such as RSV and information about early detection to families and communities to prevent late admissions, especially within communities that experience the greatest health inequalitiesGive support to those with children suffering from respiratory infections such as RSV, especially where they may not have other support structures available
01/04/2021 £460,000 UK BIOCENTRE No cost extension due to Covid
01/04/2021 £6,000,000 BOSTON UNIVERSITY The purpose of the funding is to invest in high value innovative research to accelerate the development of products to reduce the harm to health,welfare and economic growth from drug resistant infections.
01/04/2021 £621,000 CHILD MIGRANT TRUST Management of Family Restoration Fund: Social work and inquiries work.
01/04/2021 £36,000 THE UNIVERSITY OF LEEDS It is essential work to support the wastewater programme and SAGE priorities around the use of our data for epi modelling.
01/04/2021 £194,721 NEWCASTLE UNIVERSITY Newcastle university is world renowned for their ability to sample, analyse and understand trends in wastewater epidemiology. The institution was offered a direct award based on their expertise, capability and capacity to deliver this research to understand Covid prevalence in UK populations at a critical time during the pandemic.
01/04/2021 £448,785 ROYAL COLLEGE OF OBSTETRICIANS AND GYNAECOLOGISTS Tool to ascertain optimal number of obstiatricians required in the NHS
01/04/2021 £1,500,000 FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANISATION To engage the food and agriculture sectors in sub-Saharan Africa and South and South-East Asia in the global efforts of combat antimicrobial resistance using a One Health Approach.Costed extension to grant which now ends 31st December 2022. No budget for FY 22/23
01/04/2021 £478,000 ACADEMY OF MEDICAL SCIENCES No cost extension due to Covid
01/04/2021 £479,776 ROYAL COLLEGE OF OBSTETRICIANS AND GYNAECOLOGISTS EBC (Each Baby Counts). Aims to understand causes and contributory factors of still birth, neonatal death & Injury, by working directly with maternity units to gather data.(July-June - Year End)
01/04/2021 £1,975,286 ROYAL COLLEGE OF OBSTETRICIANS AND GYNAECOLOGISTS No cost extension due to Covid
01/04/2021 £195,844 UNITED NATIONS OFFICE FOR PROJECT SERVICES No cost extension due to Covid
01/04/2021 £1,585,000 SOCIAL CARE INSTITUTE FOR EXCELLENCE The grant is used to facilitate sector improvement, generally by improved awareness, knowledge, skills and experience of the workforce, and also specifically in areas including; safeguarding, strengths-based practice, mental capacity, prevention and dementia, all of which are key policy areas for DHSC.
01/04/2021 £1,445,773 ZOE GLOBAL Ensure the ZOE COVID Symptom Study stays live, in order to continue to provide criticaldata to a wide variety of users in the government and help save lives
01/04/2021 £67,000 ADA LOVELACE INSTITUTE To be used to identify the approach for risk assessing algorithms which will be deployed through the National Medical Imaging Platform.
01/04/2021 £136,000 ST ANDREWS UNIVERSITY Controlled clinical trials in healthy volunteers to investigate visual and histological changes in the skin to both acute high dose Far-Ultraviolet-C (UVC) exposure and to chronic repeated lower dose irradiation.
01/04/2021 £160,049 DUNDEE UNIVERSITY Controlled clinical trials in healthy volunteers to investigate visual and histological changes in the skin to both acute high dose Far-Ultraviolet-C (UVC) exposure and to chronic repeated lower dose irradiation.
01/04/2021 £674,481 LIVERPOOL CITY COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/04/2021 £516,259 KNOWSLEY METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/04/2021 £283,115 LONDON BOROUGH OF BARKING AND DAGENHAM Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/04/2021 £289,437 BATH AND NORTH EAST SOMERSET COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/04/2021 £92,486 BOLTON METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/04/2021 £93,280 CHESHIRE EAST UA Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/04/2021 £311,111 DEVON COUNTY COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/04/2021 £233,528 DONCASTER METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/04/2021 £1,260,145 DORSET COUNTY COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/04/2021 £543,548 LONDON BOROUGH OF EALING Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/04/2021 £249,253 LONDON BOROUGH OF HAMMERSMITH AND FULHAM Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/04/2021 £295,741 LONDON BOROUGH OF HARINGEY Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/04/2021 £457,797 LONDON BOROUGH OF HOUNSLOW Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/04/2021 £251,714 LONDON BOROUGH OF ISLINGTON Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/04/2021 £107,068 LAMBETH LONDON BOROUGH Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/04/2021 £417,748 LEICESTER CITY COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/04/2021 £164,690 LEICESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/04/2021 £464,809 LINCOLNSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/04/2021 £225,219 MANCHESTER CITY COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/04/2021 £301,298 NORFOLK COUNTY COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/04/2021 £45,886 NORTH LINCOLNSHIRE COUNCIL Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/04/2021 £233,125 LONDON BOROUGH OF REDBRIDGE Support to Local Authorities for Community Testing in response to COVID-19.
01/04/2021 £88,175 SANDWELL METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Supp