This page lists the key decisions due to be taken within Leeds City Council over the next few months. Details of each key decision will be published below at least 28 clear days before the decision is due to be taken
What is a 'Key Decision'?
A key decision is an executive decision which is likely to:
Article 13 of the Council's Constitution provides more details about which decisions will be treated as key decisions.
How to get more information about a particular key decision
The agenda papers for Executive Board meetings, and the documents being considered by officers taking key decisions, are available five working days before the decision will be made through the Council's website.
The contact details of a lead officer are provided for each key decision listed below. Please contact the lead officer directly if you wish to obtain copies or extracts of any other listed documents, or if you wish to receive details of further documents as they become available. Sometimes the papers you request may contain exempt of confidential information. If this is the case, the lead officer will explain why it will not be possible to make copies available.
The government have announced a continuation of the resettlement programme, the ‘Global Resettlement Scheme’. Migration Yorkshire seeks to continue to co-ordinate the programme for the Yorkshire and Humber local authorities, accept grant funding from the Home office and re-distribute to local authorities and delivery partners through the Yorkshire and Humber region to provide housing and associated integration assistance to participants in the resettlement programme.
A procurement exercise during 2020 will decide on the Integration and Caseworker Support provider, post 2021. In the meantime, grant an extension to the current provider arrangement– Refugee Council.
Decision Maker: Director of Communities and Environment
Decision due date: Not before 08/02/2020
Wards affected: (All Wards);
Lead officer: Charlotte Cooke
Notice of decision: 09/01/2020
One Adoption West Yorkshire (OAWY) and Leeds Community Healthcare Trust (LCHT) shall enter into a cooperation agreement with the objective to work co-operatively to provide an integrated clinical psychology service to some of the region’s most vulnerable young people.
As part of the cooperation agreement LCHT shall provide Clinical Psychologists who will be integrated within the OAWY team.
The cooperation agreement will provide structural integration within LCHT to ensure interfaces with LCHT services under contracts held by LCHT with NHS commissioners. These interfaces are underpinned by well-developed pathways, shared IT/information systems, shared infrastructure and consistent clinical supervision and continued professional development.
Structural and functional integration ensures a seamless service for OAWY accessing a range of health and social services.
Decision Maker: Director of Children and Families
Decision due date: Not before 05/02/2020
Wards affected: (All Wards);
Lead officer: Michelle Whippey
Notice of decision: 07/01/2020