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Budget & Performance Task Group Sports and Leisure

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  1. Budget & Performance Task GroupSports and Leisure Richard Barker Director, Sports, Leisure & Wellbeing

  2. Executive Summary • Promoting a fully commissioned sports & leisure service- replacing the previous hybrid commissioning/ delivery model • Seeking to achieve a cost neutral service by 2016/17 through: • Service efficiencies and reductions (already delivered through FSR) • Outsourcing the direct delivery of services (delivered with the exception of the Sayers Croft Centre due to a lack of a suitable business case) • Capital improvement in facilities to increase income/ reduce costs (to be delivered through the redevelopment of Moberly and Jubilee Sports Centres and a new health and fitness facility at the Porchester Centre) • Seeking to maintain and improve service breadth, quality & access- providing more opportunities to participate

  3. Sports and Leisure Budget • Sports and Leisure was allocated an approved budget of £962k in 2013/14 • The projected outturn for 2013/14 is £962k • The draft budget envelope for 2014/15 is £891k representing a net improvement of £71k over 2013/14 .

  4. 2014 /15 Key Issues/Projects • Availability/ achievement of external funding • Delivery of the ‘Active Queens Park’ project (the redevelopment of Moberly and Jubilee Sports Centres) • Maintaining levels of net income, particularly through the Sports and Leisure facilities contract re-let (from 2016)

  5. 2014/15 Savings, Pressures & Risks Savings: • The net saving will be achieved through an improvement in contractor income following capital investment in the new health and fitness facilities at the Porchester Centre Pressures & Risks • No anticipated Pressures and Risks

  6. 2014/15 Sports & Leisure Budget Composition Income Expenditure Net Budget £m £m £m (3.435) 4.326 0.891