Health and Community Services staff accommodation (FOI)
Health and Community Services staff accommodation (FOI)Produced by the Freedom of Information office
Authored by Government of Jersey and published on 02 May 2019.
Prepared internally, no external costs.
Having seen that Hue Court has been given the green light to house health staff can you advise on the following:
How much rental income has been generated in the past five years by health staff on any accommodation? (If this can be listed year by year)
How many units for health staff are currently unoccupied? (Can this be broken down into the number of rooms in each unit, if this information is available?)
How many units for health staff are currently rented out to health staff? (Can this be broken down into the number of rooms in each unit, if this information is available?)
Are any of the current rental units for health staff occupied by Government of Jersey staff that do not work for the health department? If so how many, and can reasons be given as to why these are not being used to house health staff?
Are any of the current rental units for health staff occupied by members of the public that are no longer employed by the Government of Jersey? If so how many, and can reasons be given as to why these are not being used to house health staff?
What is the amount of money owed in rental arrears for health rental units? Can you also provide how long these rent arrears have been outstanding for?
|Rooms in shared houses ||20 |
|Bedsit / studio||9|
|1 bed unit||0|
|2 bed unit||6|
|3 bed unit||3|
Occupied by HCS staff
|Rooms in shared houses||108|
|Bedsit / studio||22|
|1 bed unit||9|
|2 bed unit||20|
|3 bed unit||17|
|Rooms in shared houses ||14||-||-|
|Bedsit / studio||11||3||1|
|1 bed unit 2||2||1||-|
|2 bed unit||2||-||-|
|3 bed unit ||-||-||-|
All three areas were previously under Health and Community Services (H&CS) but have recently moved under another Government of Jersey Department. H&CS is currently supporting these areas with housing their temporary Key Workers who previously fell under H&CS.
1 x 1 bed flat is currently occupied by a member of the public who will be vacating the accommodation at the end of the current lease.
Outstanding Debt as at 31st March 2019
|1 to 30 days overdue||£45,582 |
|31 to 60 days overdue ||£9,217|
|61 to 90 days overdue||£1,458 |
|91 to 120 days overdue||£11,266 |
|121+ days overdue ||£60,542 |
|365+ days overdue||£61,270 |