Annual General Fund - £30m supported by a 5 year capital programme of £50m
HRA - £25m revenue expenditure with a forecasted 5 year capital programme of £130m
- The ALMO that manages the housing stock for NBC via a management agreement and based at Westbridge Depot.
- Northampton Borough Council has 300 employees.
- Services provided by LGSS – Finance, ITC, Revenues and Benefits, Insurance, Procurement.
- Directorates – Customers & Communities and Regeneration Enterprise & Planning.
- Departments - Housing and Wellbeing and Borough Secretary.
- Trade Unions – GMB and Unison.
- Environmental Services contracted out to a third-party provider. Currently going through a tender process for the contract to begin June 2018.
- Northampton Alive, the collective name for our regeneration projects, is creating a positive economic impact for new and existing businesses, landowners and residents.
- Current projects include Greyfriars, University of Northampton Waterside Campus, Delapre Abbey, Cultural Quarter (partnership with Northampton Arts Collective, Royal & Derngate Theatres, Northamptonshire County Council, Creative Northants, University of Northampton and Arts Council England), public realm improvements, museum extension.
- Boot & Shoe Quarter – The finest remnants of Northampton's boot and shoe industry can be found in the area immediately to the north and east of the town centre (around Lower Mounts up to the Racecourse, Abington Square and down to the Billing Road).
This area has the highest density of boot and shoe factories, the greatest survival of buildings (around 70%) associated with the industry, and the widest range of building types in Northampton.
The street layout and buildings within this area show the development of the boot and shoe industry from its origins as a home-based craft through to the establishment of single large factories employing whole teams of workers.
- Future projects include a new office development, a number of heritage projects.