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Dublin City Manager's Presenation to Dublin Chamber

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Dublin Chamber members received this presentation from the Dublin City Manager, John Tierney entitled “Dublin City Council – The Budget, The Demand and the Resources".

Dublin Chamber members received this presentation from the Dublin City Manager, John Tierney entitled “Dublin City Council – The Budget, The Demand and the Resources".


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  • 1. Dr. John TierneyDublin City Manager24th November 2011
  • 2. National Economic Situation Banking Sector and Regulation Property Market Construction Sector Budget Deficit EU, ECB and IMF Fiscal Plan Contrast with Local Financial Management Department Controls
  • 3. The Local Economic Situation Spiral Effect – Business Sector/Cuts in Grants Revenue Budget 2009 €913m/2012 €795m – Discretionary Exp = 50% Three Year Capital Programme 2008-2010 €2190m/ 2012- 2014 €900m Staffing Jan 2009 - 6930 to Sept 2011– 6120 Expectations
  • 4. Key Objectives – 2012 Budget City Presentation for Investment/Business City Indicators – Dublin Performance Service levels maintained Facilities kept open Reduce Costs/Increase Productivity Burden on Ratepayers lessened City Presentation Example €18m 23km Roadway 2011 €2.5m 4km of footway 2012
  • 5. Budget Summary 2012Gross Expenditure €794.8mGross Income €397.4mNet Expenditure €397.4mFunding SourcesNet Credit Balance € 20.0mCommercial Rates €306.6mLocal Gov. Fund € 70.8mTotal € 397.4mLocal Government Fund Reduction Est. 10% - €7.9mCommercial Rates – 2% reduction €6.9m
  • 6. Commercial Rates 2012 €MRates Income 306.6Rates BDP -28.0Net Rates Income2012 278.6
  • 7. ARV Movement** Note: 2012 ARV is provisional
  • 8. NPPR Income AnalysisY2009 € 10.1mY2010 €13.5mY2011 €12.0mY2011R (Includes arrears of €1.2m) €12.7mEstimate Y2012 €11.5m
  • 9. Income proposalsCommercial Water5% increase from €1.80 to €1.90 per thousand litres €1mHousing Waste Service Charge - Flat Complexes /Senior Citizens Complexes – €1.5 per unit per weekFire Charges • Non Domestic (Existing) • Domestic • Seveso Sites • Hospital / DAA Callouts
  • 10. The Rumsfeld IssuesThe New €100 Household ChargePublic Sector AgreementWaste Collection ServicesWater IrelandFire Services – Risk Based Analysis
  • 11. Payroll History Payroll 2009 2012 Element AFS Outturn BudgetWages 193,711,037 167,236,320Salaries 150,941,272 132,255,784Pensions 65,362,932 76,014,541Gratuities 24,057,213 12,484,828Total 434,072,454 387,961,473
  • 12. Sectoral Comparison 2008 - 2011 Functional Classification % Change 2008-2011 Civil Service -5.4% Defence Sector -8.4% Education Sector -2.3% Health Sector -5.2% Justice Sector -7.2% Local Authorities -12.3% NCSA -9.0%
  • 13. Capital Programme 2012 - 2014 Capital Expenditure Housing & Building € 354m Road Transport & Safety € 64m Water Supply & Sewerage € 357m Development Incentives & Controls € 51m Environmental Protection € 44m Recreation & Amenity € 16m Miscellaneous Services € 12m Total Capital Investment € 898m
  • 14. Capital Programme 2012 - 2014 Capital Funding Loans € 90m Grants € 652m Development Levies € 39m General Capital (DCC) €27m External Agencies € 89m Funding to be identified € 1m Total Capital Funding € 898m
  • 15. The Framework for Change Staffing Review Workforce Planning Public Service Agreement Efficiencies and Productivity Outsourcing Shared Services Procurement Smart City Concept
  • 16. Dublin: IBM Research’s First Smarter Cities Technology Centre
  • 17. Opportunities for DCC •Knowledge management benefits •Standardised approach to services across the Region •Standards for Open Data •Ways to manage external research requests and collaboration •New collaborations; NDRC, DERI, Science Gallery •‘Hack the City’ Making city systems visible •Efficiency in City Servicesvia@sethsblogThe Power of Visualisation:"Data is not useful until it becomesinformation" ow.ly/726i8 #opendata #dublinked
  • 18. Visualisation of water consumption to help management and resource optimisation
  • 19. Dublin City Council as an Exemplar Sustainable Dublin Innovation Lab/The Studio Generating Staff Ideas for Service Improvement Re-Imagining Capital Projects Innovation in Service Design Managing DUBlinked Project
  • 20. Conclusion Local Versus National Response Significant Progress has been made More Efficiencies/Productivity to be Achieved Innovation in Service Delivery will be crucial But City Services will always be vital for trade, investment and quality of life

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