Decision details

Design & Cost Report for the Planned Maintenance Programme 2022/23

Reference: D55219

Decision Maker: Director of Children and Families

Decision status: Recommendations Approved

Is Key decision?: Yes

Is subject to call in?: Yes


Key Delegated Decision to approve expenditure over £500k in respect of the 2022/23 Planned Maintenance Programme.


In the absence of The Director of Children and Families, the Chief Officer Resources & Strategy agreed to:

a)  Approve the proposed programme of Planned Maintenance works in maintained and Foundation (Trust) schools to be delivered during 2022/23 and funded from the available Schools Condition Allocation grant provided by the DfE.

b)  Authorise expenditure of £4,500,000 of the available Schools Condition Allocation grant on these essential condition works.

c)  Approve the proposed procurement strategy, using the in-house Procurement Team, and the use of the internal provider for some work areas and the Constructionline framework for the remaining programme.

d)  Noted that £500,000 of previous year’s School Condition Allocation with pre-existing Authority to Spend is still available to be utilised towards the 2022/23 Capital Maintenance Programme, based on current outturn projections for previous year’s maintenance schemes.


Reason Key: Financial Impact>£500K;

Wards Affected: (All Wards);

Portfolio Holder: The Executive Member for Economy, Culture and Education

Other reasons / organisations consulted


Contact: Sally Lowe, Built Environment Lead 0113 3787233 Email:

Publication date: 28/04/2022

Date of decision: 09/05/2022

Effective from: 17/05/2022

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