Date and time

Monday 16 September, 2019

08:30–13:00

Venue

Broadmead Baptist Church

1 Whippington Court

Bristol

BS1 3HY

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Please note, booking for this event is not open to the public. If you're interested in attending, contact Paul Hassan with the button below.

About this event

A Keep it Local co-production workshop to consider how two major commissioned services offered by Bristol City Council across Home Care and Domestic Abuse can be transformed to ensure greater engagement  from local communities and the end users of these vital services.

We believe that by unlocking the power of community, local authorities can create more responsive services that reduce long-term costs and invest in the local economy.

Please join community organisations, specialist providers and public sector experts in commissioning and procurement to transform these essential services.

Bristol City Council in partnership with Locality, is leading the campaign to commission locally. For services that transform lives.

Contact Paul Hassan to enquire

Agenda

08:30 Registration and refreshments
08:50 Welcome and introduction to the Keep it Local programme
Paul Hassan, Development Manager, Locality
09:00 Why we need a new approach
New approaches to commissioning and procurement across Adult Social Care and Public Health Focus on Home Care and Domestic Abuse commissioning rounds
Terry Dafter, Director Adult Social Care Bristol CC, and Christina Gray, Director of Public Health Bristol CC
09:30 Commissioning protocols, procurement rules and Social Value policy
The challenges and opportunities of doing things differently The Art of the possible….
09:45 Table discussion 1
What are the top three actions we need to take to ensure any changes are compliant and support Social Value?
All
10:40 Coproduction and a user led approach to commissioning outcomes
10:50 Break
11:00 Table discussion 2
All
12:00 Challenge for Commissioners
Ensuring quality consistency and sustainability with reduced budgets (regulatory and other statutory constraints)
12:15 Funding the future investing in new models
Caroline Howe, Lloyds Bank Foundation; Sue Finlayson, Power to Change
12:50 Wrap up, review and next steps
Penny Germon, Bristol City Council; Paul Hassan, Locality
13:00 Close and network lunch
Cllr Asher Craig, Deputy Mayor, Bristol City Council
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Location

Broadmead Baptist Church

1 Whippington Court

Bristol

BS1 3HY