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130 05 19 - Fleet: Costs of Maintenance

Date of Request

May 19

Request

  • What was the service's public relations and marketing budget for each of the following financial years...

-2014/15?

-2015/16?

-2016/17?

-2017/18?

-2018/19?

  • For each of the periods mentioned above can you also provide how much was spent on emergency vehicle maintenance in each financial year?
  • Additionally, how many staff are currently employed in marketing, public relations and communications based roles?
  • Of those staff, how many earn above £50,000 per year?

how many earn above £100,000 per year?


Response

  • What was the service's public relations and marketing budget for each of the following financial years...

-2014/15?

-2015/16?

-2016/17?

-2017/18?

-2018/19?

Information in respect of this category is held and already in the public domain and therefore exempt from disclosure under s.21 of the Freedom of Information Act 2000. Information available by other means.

The Services Corporate Communications budget (excluding staff costs) can be found within the Services Budget Monitoring Quarterly Reports reported to the Fire Authority's Policy and Resources Committee which are published on our website and can be accessed via the link below.

Fire Authority Committees

Please note that prior to September 2017 budget figures for Corporate Communications are incorporated as part of the total budget for Performance and Information (P&I). From September 2017 onwards budgets are broken down to identify the smaller departments.

  • For each of the periods mentioned above can you also provide how much was spent on emergency vehicle maintenance in each financial year?

Period

Vehicle Maintenance Costs

2014-15

£ 705,700.78

2015-16

£ 535,959.07

2016-17

£ 499,949.02

2017-18

£ 465,440.81

2018-19

£ 432,050.30

  • Additionally, how many staff are currently employed in marketing, public relations and communications based roles? The Services Corporate Communications team is made up of 3 personnel.
  • Of those staff, how many earn above £50,000 per year? 0

how many earn above £100,000 per year? 0

 

 

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