Decisions

Details of officer decisions relating to planning applications.

Decisions published

11/10/2019 - Design & Cost Report for S278 Works associated with the development of a new primary and secondary school (Dixons Trinity School) on land at Leopold Street/Barrack Road, Leeds 7 ref: 50216    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Director of City Development

Decision published: 11/10/2019

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Decision:

The Chief Officer (Highways & Transportation);
i) noted the principles of the highway works as outlined in Section 3.2 and shown on drawing nos. 17/433/TR/004 Rev B and 17/433/TR/010 at Appendix 3A and 3B of this report;

ii) gave authority to advertise and introduce a Traffic Regulation Order for waiting restrictions on Leopold Street, Spencer Place and surrounding streets; and to advertise a notice under the provisions of Section 23 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 and 90c of the Highways Act 1980; and if no valid objections are received, to make, seal and implement the Order as advertised;

iii) gave authority to negotiate the terms of and enter into an agreement with the developer under the provisions of Section 278 of the highways Act 1980; whereby the works associated with the development are carried out by this Council at the cost of the developer;

iv) gave authority to incur expenditure of £116,000 Works costs, excluding statutory undertakers diversions and £26,500 Staff costs , to be fully funded by a developer through a Section 278 Agreement;

v) gave authority to carry out the detailed design, tender and implement the works as set out in Section 3.2; and

vi) noted the requirement under Section 106 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990, as outlined in paragraph 2.9, for the developer to pay a sum of £20,000 for the purposes of highway monitoring and carrying out of additional mitigation measures should these be required within 10 years of first occupation of the development.

Lead officer: Neil Chamberlain


11/10/2019 - Leeds Public Transport Investment Programme (LPTIP); Bradford to Leeds A647 Bus Priority Corridor ref: 50214    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Director of City Development

Decision published: 11/10/2019

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Decision:

The Chief Officer (Highways & Transportation);
i) noted the Executive Board approval in June 2017 to progress the A647 Bus Priority Corridor to Outline Business Case;

ii) noted the Executive Board approval in February 2019 to progress the A647 Bus Priority Corridor scheme to detail design and construction;

iii) approved the preliminary design of the proposed Bradford to Leeds A647 Bus Priority Corridor scheme; and

iv) requested the City Solicitor to advertise draft Traffic Regulation Orders required to implement the A647 Bus Priority Corridor scheme, and if no valid objections are received, to make, seal and implement the Orders as advertised.

Wards affected: Armley; Bramley and Stanningley; Calverley and Farsley;

Lead officer: Morgan Tatchell-Evans


11/10/2019 - Approval of a care plan to the value of up to £250,000 per annum ref: 50213    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Director of Children and Families

Decision published: 11/10/2019

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Decision:

The Deputy Director, Children & Families agreed the recommendation of a report relating to the placement of a child/young person. The individual costs of the place are £127, 400.00.
It is considered in the public interest that information contained in the report is exempt from publication as it relates to a vulnerable child or young person of the City and the actions being taken to enable that person to live in a safe environment.

Wards affected: Various;

Lead officer: Stephen Maw


11/10/2019 - Approval of a care plan to the value of up to £250,000 per annum ref: 50212    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Director of Children and Families

Decision published: 11/10/2019

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Decision:

The Deputy Director, Children & Families agreed the recommendation of a report relating to the placement of a child/young person. The individual costs of the place are £180,456.64.
It is considered in the public interest that information contained in the report is exempt from publication as it relates to a vulnerable child or young person of the City and the actions being taken to enable that person to live in a safe environment.

Wards affected: Various;

Lead officer: Stephen Maw


11/10/2019 - Approval of a care plan to the value of up to £250,000 per annum ref: 50211    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Director of Children and Families

Decision published: 11/10/2019

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Decision:

The Deputy Director, Children & Families agreed the recommendation of a report relating to the placement of a child/young person. The individual costs of the place are £171,600.
It is considered in the public interest that information contained in the report is exempt from publication as it relates to a vulnerable child or young person of the City and the actions being taken to enable that person to live in a safe environment.

Wards affected: Various;

Lead officer: Stephen Maw


11/10/2019 - Request to waive Contract Procedure Rules 8.1 and 8.2 to award contracts to Rodillian Academy and St Mary’s Menston Catholic Voluntary Academy for provision of the services of School Games Organisers ref: 50210    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Director of Children and Families

Decision published: 11/10/2019

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Decision:

In respect of provision of the services of School Games Organisers, the Deputy Director, Children & Families Social Work approved the waiver of the following Contract Procedure Rules:

Contract Procedure Rules 8.1 and 8.2 - intermediate value procurement and award contracts to Rodillian Academy and St Mary’s Menston Catholic Voluntary Academy in the sum of £18,000 each. The contracts will be for 12 months, commencing 1st September 2019.

Wards affected: Various;

Lead officer: Catherine Henderson


11/10/2019 - A660 Holt Lane Signalisation Scheme ref: 50209    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Director of City Development

Decision published: 11/10/2019

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Decision:

The Chief Officer (Highways & Transportation);
i) noted the Executive Board approval in July 2018 to progress the Holt Lane Signalisation scheme to detail design and construction;
ii) approved the preliminary design of the proposed Holt Lane Signalisation scheme; and
iii) requested the City Solicitor to advertise draft Traffic Regulation Orders to support the Holt Lane Signalisation scheme, and if no valid objections are received, to make, seal and implement the Orders as advertised. The Traffic Regulation Orders are described in the Summary TRO Plan and Summary.

Wards affected: Adel and Wharfedale;

Lead officer: Morgan Tatchell-Evans


11/10/2019 - Procurement Strategy for the Waste Management Headquarters ref: 50208    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Director of Communities and Environment

Decision published: 11/10/2019

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Decision:

The Director of Communities & Environment has:
Approved the Procurement Strategy as a Direct Call Off project using the YORbuild2 framework in line with CPR 3.1.8; (CPRs 3.1.5 and 3.1.6 not applying as there are no exclusive supplier arrangements or an ISP to undertake this work),
Noted that the design services will be appointed and managed by the successful contractor.
Approved that a Pre-Construction Services Agreement (PCSA) will be required to allow design costs to be reimbursed until contract award at RIBA Stage 4.
Note that a further Design and Cost Report will be submitted at the end of RIBA Stage 4, seeking an additional £2.79million (approx.) of borrowing, the revenue implications of which will be met by the service.
Noted that the Deputy Chief Officer, Waste Management is responsible for programme delivery of the new facilities.

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Darren Dobson


11/10/2019 - Public Adaptation Bathing Contractors to undertake the supply and Installation of Bathing Facilities to Domestic Properties - Authority to procure report in line with CPR 3.1.6 – Increase in Contract Value linked to key decision reference D50083 ref: 50207    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Director of Resources and Housing

Decision published: 11/10/2019

Effective from:

Decision:

The Director of Resources & Housing approved additional funding of £250,000 as a significant operational decision as a consequence to the original key decision (D50083) for the procurement strategy in relation to Public Adaptations Bathing.

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Abigail Uttley


11/10/2019 - Leeds Public Transport Investment Programme (LPTIP); York Street, A58 Bus Priority Corridor ref: 50206    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Director of City Development

Decision published: 11/10/2019

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Decision:

The Chief Officer (Highways & Transportation);
i) noted the Executive Board approval in June 2017 to progress the A58 Bus Priority Corridor to Outline Business Case;

ii) noted the Executive Board approval in July 2018 to progress the A58 York Street Early Interventions to detail design and construction;

iii) approved the detailed design of the proposed York Street Bus Priority scheme; and

iv) requested the City Solicitor to advertise draft Traffic Regulation Orders required to implement the York Street Bus Priority scheme, and if no valid objections are received, to make, seal and implement the Orders as advertised.


Wards affected: Little London and Woodhouse;

Lead officer: Sabby Khaira


10/10/2019 - Design & Cost Report – PMP works at Childrens Centres Capital scheme number: 33064/000/000 ref: 50204    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Director of Children and Families

Decision published: 10/10/2019

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Decision:

The Built Environment Lead gave authority to spend approval of £150,000 in relation to priority maintenance works at Leeds Childrens Centres across a three year period.

Wards affected: Various;

Lead officer: Julia Manning


10/10/2019 - Tender Evaluation and Contract Award - Service to build health and wellbeing capacity within the Gypsy and Traveller communities in Leeds (DN371851) ref: 50205    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Director of Public Health

Decision published: 10/10/2019

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Decision:

The Director of Public Health noted the evaluation process undertaken and approved the award of the contract to Leeds Gypsy and Traveller Exchange (GATE) for the provision of a service to build health and wellbeing capacity within the Gypsy and Traveller communities in Leeds (Lot 1) (DN371851) in the sum of £147,913.55 for the initial three year contract period.

The new service will commence on 1st January 2020 and run for 3 (three) years, with the option to extend the contract for a period up to 24 months in any combination.

The Director of Public Health approved the implementation of the contract award by Procurement and Commercial Services (PACS) to ensure that the mobilisation of the new service can commence as soon as possible and that the new service is in place and operational from 1st January 2020.

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Kate Daly


18/10/2019 - Contract and financial decisions to deliver the ERDF funded Fitting the Future project ref: 50203    For consultation

To provide authority to enter into an ERDF grant agreement for FTF to install renewable energy generation and storage systems and insulate 250 houses owned by Leeds City Council.

To inject ERDF grant funding into the Capital Programme with match funding provided from the non traditional and hard to treat budget, within the approved Housing Revenue Account Capital Programme;

To provide authority to spend to deliver the entire FTF programme.

To provide authority to award a contract to deliver this work to a competitively selected contractor.

Decision Maker: Director of Resources and Housing

Decision published: 10/10/2019

Effective from: 18/10/2019

Decision:

The Director of Resources and Housing approved the requests to:

a)  Provide authority to enter into an ERDF grant agreement for £2,701,332 for the FTF programme;

b)  Inject £2,701,332 of ERDF grant funding into the Housing Leeds Capital Programme with match funding of £1,352,926 provided from the non-traditional and hard to treat budget within the approved Housing Revenue Account Capital Programme plus £1,189,159of private sector match funding when secured;

c)  Provide authority to spend for £5,402,666 to deliver the entire FTF programme;

d)  Provide authority to procure a contractor to deliver this work using either a restricted procedure or a negotiated procedure;

e)  Due to the need to agree the funding by 31st October, permission is given to waive the call in period.

Wards affected: Bramley and Stanningley; Hunslet and Riverside; Killingbeck and Seacroft; Middleton Park;

Lead officer: Sandy Rutherford


18/10/2019 - Request approval to procure an annual refresh process for the Regional White Rose Framework Agreement for Independent Fostering Agencies and Supported Lodgings Providers. ref: 50202    Recommendations Approved (subject to call-in)

This request seeks approval to extend an existing framework in line with Contract Procedure Rules 21.5, 21.6.1, 21.7, 21.8, 21.9.1 and 21.10 in line with CPR 10

 

This decision is as a direct consequence of D44985 which included the annual refresh process to invite new service providers to a framework agreement and to vary the existing framework agreement for fostering and supported lodgings service providers. 

 

The current framework is due to expire on 31/03/2021 and includes the option to extend for a further 12 month period, from 01/04/2021 to 31/03/2022. 

 

Decision Maker: Director of Children and Families

Decision published: 10/10/2019

Effective from: 26/10/2019

Decision:

The Director of Children and Families approved the refresh process for the Regional White Rose Framework Agreement for Independent Fostering Agencies and Supported Lodgings providers in line with the terms and conditions of the existing framework agreements DN219283, DN384744 and DN383876.

 

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Angela Depledge


18/10/2019 - Request to waive contract procedures rules 9.1 and 9.2 to award a contract, without competition, to Scope for delivery of an inclusion support service ref: 50201    Recommendations Approved (subject to call-in)

The current contract with Scope in Leeds ends on 31st March 2020 with no extensions available. A direct award to the current provider will ensure continuity of service provision whilst a commissioning options appraisal and subsequent competitive tender process takes place.

Decision Maker: Director of Children and Families

Decision published: 10/10/2019

Effective from: 26/10/2019

Decision:

The Director of Children & Families approved the waiver of contract procedures rules 9.1 and 9.2 (high value procurements) to award a contract to the current provider of the Inclusion Support Service and the Play Partners service, Scope. The contract will commence on 1st April 2020 and will expire on 31st March 2021 with 1 option to extend for 12 months. The overall contract value will be £571,002.00 (£285,501 per annum).

 

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Helen Thomas


09/10/2019 - Record of Decisions – Housing Advisory Panels – 1 July 2019 to 30 September 2019 ref: 50200    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Director of Resources and Housing

Decision published: 09/10/2019

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Decision:

That the Chief Officer Housing Management approved the 40 tenant led environmental and community related funding recommendations of the HAPs from 1 July 2019 to 30 September 2019

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Ian Montgomery


09/10/2019 - Authority to Award Specialist and Associated Vehicle Repairs Supplier Contract ref: 50199    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Director of City Development

Decision published: 09/10/2019

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Decision:

The Director of Resources and Housing approved the award of specialist and associated vehicle repair contract will be until 31st March 2021 with the option to extend for a further two x 12 months commencing the 1st October 2019 as below:-

Lot 5. Tail Lift repairs 1st Place Neworld Mechanics Ltd
2nd Place Tail Lift Maintenance Ltd

Lot 9. Air Conditioning service and repairs
1st Place Autotec & David Peel Auto Electricians Ltd
2nd Place Neworld Mechanics Ltd

Lot 10. LGV MOT DOE Testing and Tachograph calibration
1st Place Autotec & David Peel Auto Electricians Ltd
2nd Place Neworld Mechanics Ltd

Lot 11. Specialist Gearbox Repairs
1st Place Neworld Mechanics Ltd
2nd Place n/a

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Terry Pycroft


17/10/2019 - Report requesting to commence a procurement exercise for the provision of light and heavy vehicle/managed service ref: 50198    

Authority to procure a new framework contract for the hire of vehicles as the current contract ends on the 6th February 2020 and all extensions have been taken.

Decision Maker: Director of Resources and Housing

Decision published: 09/10/2019

Effective from: 25/10/2019

Decision:

The Director of Resources and Housing approved the request to commence a new tender process for the hire of vehicles for a period of 3 years from 7th February 2020 to 6th February 2023 with the option to extend a further one 12 month period

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Terry Pycroft


08/10/2019 - Approval to procure the provision of Executive Search & Selection ref: 50197    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Director of Resources and Housing

Decision published: 08/10/2019

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Decision:

In accordance with CPR 3.1.8 the Chief Officer HR approved a tender exercise to procure Executive Search and Selection services under CPR10 ‘Contracts that are subject to the Public Contracts Regulations’.

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: James Hodsman


08/10/2019 - Approval to allocate 3 sites: Ramshead Approach (Seacroft), Barncroft Close (Seacroft) and Scott Hall Drive (Chapeltown) to the Council Housing Growth Programme ref: 50196    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Director of City Development

Decision published: 08/10/2019

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The Head of Asset Management granted approval to utilise land at Ramshead Approach (Seacroft), Barncroft Close (Seacroft) and Scott Hall Drive (Chapeltown) for the delivery of new Council Housing delivered through the Council Housing Growth Programme.

Wards affected: Chapel Allerton; Killingbeck and Seacroft;

Lead officer: Liz Milne


08/10/2019 - Approval of Chief Officer (Financial Services) Sub-delegation scheme ref: 50194    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Director of Resources and Housing

Decision published: 08/10/2019

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Decision:

The Chief Officer (Financial Services) has approved the sub-delegation scheme attached as Appendix 1 to the attached report

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: David Levitt


16/10/2019 - Procurement of a framework of contractors to deliver Multi Trades Works, for Civic Estate (Non-Housing) to support Leeds Building service ref: 50195    For Determination

Seeking approval of the procurement strategy as required by CPR 3.1.6 to approve the procurement of a framework of contractors to support LBS in delivering Multi-Trades Works for Civic Estate with an indicative value of £6,000,000 per annum.

This contract will be established for an initial duration of 3 Years with an option to extend for further 1 x 12 months.

Decision Maker: Director of Resources and Housing

Decision published: 08/10/2019

Effective from: 24/10/2019

Decision:

The Director of Resources & Housing approved the recommendation to proceed with an OJEU Restricted Procedure procurement to establish a Multi-Trades Works for Civic Estate (Non-Housing) framework contract with up to 6 contractors for a term of 3 years with the option to extend for a further 12 months valued at £6,000,000 per annum with a maximum total contract value of £24,000,000.

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Paul Reeves


16/10/2019 - Contract and financial decisions to deliver the ERDF funded Transformational Insulation in Back to Backs project ref: 50193    

To provide authority to enter into an ERDF grant agreement for TIBB to insulate back to back houses owned by Leeds City Council.

To inject ERDF grant funding into the Capital Programme with match funding provided from the non traditional and hard to treat budget, within the approved Housing Revenue Account Capital Programme;

To provide authority to spend to deliver the entire TIBB programme.

To provide authority to award a contract to deliver this work to a competitively selected contractor.

Decision Maker: Director of Resources and Housing

Decision published: 08/10/2019

Effective from: 24/10/2019

Decision:

The Director of Resources and Housing:

a)  Gave authority to enter into an ERDF grant agreement for £5,256,713 for the TIBB programme;

b)  Approved the request to inject  £5,256,713 of ERDF grant funding into the Housing Leeds Capital Programme with match funding of £5,068,759 provided from the non-traditional and hard to treat budget within the approved Housing Revenue Account Capital Programme;

c)  Gave authority to spend for £10,137,519 to deliver the entire TIBB programme;

d)  Gave authority to procure a contractor to deliver this work from an approved framework.

Wards affected: Armley; Beeston and Holbeck; Burmantofts and Richmond Hill; Gipton and Harehills; Hunslet and Riverside;

Lead officer: Sandy Rutherford


07/10/2019 - Contract Award for rewiring including both isolated rewires and rewires associated with Kitchen and/or Bathroom installation ref: 50191    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Director of Resources and Housing

Decision published: 07/10/2019

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Decision:

The Director of Resources and Housing noted this contract award report and approved the award of a contract to three external contractors for rewiring including both isolated rewires and rewires associated with Kitchen and/or Bathroom installation to domestic properties in and around Leeds for the period 20th October 2019 to 19th October 2022, with the option to extend for a further 12 month period (maximum of 4 years). The proposed contractors are:
• A Coole Electrical Limited
• Palm Yorkshire
• SSE Contracting Limited
The Director of Resources and Housing noted that the estimated contract value over the initial 3 year contract period is £3,150,000 (£1,050,000 per annum) with a maximum of £4,200,000 if the extension period is utilised. The planned works will be allocated to the three external contractors proposed for award on a 60%/20%/20% split per annum basis, subject to satisfactory performance and providing the first placed bidder A Coole Electrical Limited, accepts this increase in work. If the first place bidder is to decline the increase in work, the remaining percentage of the work will be allocated equally to Palm Yorkshire the second and SSE Contracting Limited, third place bidders

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Emma Pickford


07/10/2019 - Leeds 20mph Local Areas Speed Limit Programme – Phase 5 Morley South Objection Report ref: 50190    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Director of City Development

Decision published: 07/10/2019

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Decision:

The Chief Officer (Highways & Transportation);
i) noted the contents of this report; and
ii) considered and over-ruled the objection to Leeds City Council (Speed Limit) (No.04) Order 2019 – Morley South 20mph speed limit; and
iii) requested the City Solicitor to make, seal and implement Leeds City Council (Speed Limit) (No.04) Order 2019 – Morley South 20mph speed limit; and
iv) requested the City Solicitor to write to the objector informing them of the Chief Officer’s (Highways and Transportation) decision.

Wards affected: Morley South;

Lead officer: Craig Williams


07/10/2019 - Extension of contract for the Collection and recycling of textiles (DN208342) ref: 50189    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Director of Communities and Environment

Decision published: 07/10/2019

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Decision:

The Deputy Chief Officer for Waste Management noted the content of this report and approved the 12 month extension of the contract (DN208342) which deals with textile collection and recycling from council and bring sites in Leeds. Securing arrangements until 5th October 2020.

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Ed Walton


15/10/2019 - Design and Cost Report for Closed Churchyards ref: 50188    

To approve authority to spend £1.2m over the next three years in relation to the Council’s obligations for the maintenance of closed churchyards.

Decision Maker: Director of Communities and Environment

Decision published: 07/10/2019

Effective from: 23/10/2019

Decision:

The Director of Communities and Environment gave authority to spend £1.2m over the next three years from the capital programme, for the purposes of keeping the Council’s closed church yards in decent order.

 

The Director of Communities and Environment also requested that Legal Services takes the lead to encourage a cross council discussion as a joint lobby through the LGA to raise the budgetary implications that fall onto an Authority in keeping a closed church yard in decent order.

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Joanne Clough


15/10/2019 - To extend the contract of the hire of vehicles framework 9W2D-4UXM2K for the provision of road sweepers, pavement sweepers and Gully tank lots only ref: 50192    

Authority to continue to utilise the existing hire of vehicles contract  for the provision of specialist road sweepers, pavement sweepers and gully tank vehicles which have a high purchase cost of which the current provider has invested in vehicles that meet the CAZ compliance due in early 2020.

Decision Maker: Director of Resources and Housing

Decision published: 07/10/2019

Effective from: 23/10/2019

Decision:

The Director of Resources and Housing approved the continued provision of up to 33 no. sweepers and 5 no. Gully Fleet at a cost of £1,100,000 per annum from 7th February 2020 – 6th February 2024 through Dawson’s Rental Materials Handling Equipment Limited.

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Terry Pycroft


04/10/2019 - Westerton, Blackgates and Thorpe Primary Schools - 20mph zones – Objection Report ref: 50187    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Director of City Development

Decision published: 04/10/2019

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Decision:

The Chief Officer (Highways & Transportation);
i) noted the contents of this report and the full text of the objection appended as background documents;
ii) considered and overruled the objection to Leeds City Council (Speed Limit) Order (No 71) 2018; and
iii) requested the City Solicitor to make, seal and implement Leeds City Council (Speed Limit) Order (No 71) 2018 as advertised and inform the objector accordingly of the Chief Officer (Highways and Transportation’s) decision.

Wards affected: Ardsley and Robin Hood; Morley South;

Lead officer: Michael De-Lucchi


03/10/2019 - Section 116 Highways Act 1980 – Stopping Up Order – Several Areas of Adopted Highway at Carlton Grove, Carlton Place, Carlton View, Servia Drive and Servia Gardens, Little London, Leeds ref: 50181    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Director of City Development

Decision published: 03/10/2019

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Decision:

The Chief Officer (Highways & Transportation)
i) instructed the City Solicitor to apply to the magistrates’ court for a stopping up order under Section 116 of the Highways Act 1980 for the areas of adopted highway shown in red on drawings SD/217960/Z211/00/C and SD/217960/Z211/00/S.

Wards affected: Little London and Woodhouse;

Lead officer: D Stainsby


03/10/2019 - Approval for capital expenditure on Flood Alleviation Strategy Study, Lin Dike (Upper) Garforth ref: 50180    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Director of City Development

Decision published: 03/10/2019

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Decision:

The Chief Officer (Highways and Transportation);
i) approved the implementation of the proposed study to reduce flood risk at Garforth: and
ii) gave authority to incur capital expenditure of £128,000 on progressing and implementing the proposed study fully funded from Environment Agency Grant in Aid.

Wards affected: Garforth and Swillington;

Lead officer: Ian Hope


03/10/2019 - Street Café Licence in Leeds City Centre – Brownhill & Co – 30 Central Road, Leeds, LS1 6DE ref: 50178    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Director of City Development

Decision published: 03/10/2019

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Decision:

The Chief Officer (Highways & Transportation)
i) noted the contents of the report; and
ii) approved the application from Brownhill & Co, for a licence to operate a street café on the highway at 30 Central Road, Leeds, LS1 6DE, from 12.00 Noon to 10.00pm as shown on the attached unnumbered drawing, to expire on the 31st March 2020 and that future licences be renewed annually, subject to satisfactory operation, and with the approval from The Chief Officer Highways and Transportation.

Wards affected: Little London and Woodhouse;

Lead officer: Andrew Smith


11/10/2019 - Approval to tender the Bridge Maintenance and Masonry<br/>Repairs 2019-21 (extendable to 2023) contract ref: 50183    

Approval to tender the Bridge Maintenance and Masonry

Repairs 2019-21 (extendable to 2023) contract.

Decision Maker: Director of City Development

Decision published: 03/10/2019

Effective from: 19/10/2019

Decision:

The Chief Officer (Highways & Transportation) approved the recommendation to tender the Bridge Maintenance and Masonry Repair Contract 2019-21 (Extendable to 2023) using the evaluation criteria within the contract documents to assess submitted tenders.

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Richard Tinker


11/10/2019 - Noise Insulation Contract 2019-21 ref: 50184    

Approval to tender the Noise Insulation Contract 2019-21.

Decision Maker: Director of City Development

Decision published: 03/10/2019

Effective from: 19/10/2019

Decision:

The Chief Officer (Highways & Transportation)

i)  approved the request to tender the Noise Insulation Contract 2020-22 (Extendable to 2024);

ii)  approved the proposal to issue an open tender via the Yortender system; and

iii)  approved an evaluation split of 60% quality and 40% price.

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Anne Sweeting


11/10/2019 - To invoke Contract Procedure Rule 21.2 to extend the Councils Managed WAN (PSN) contract (LCCITS120033) with Virgin Media Business for a period of 12 months from 30th December 2019 to 30th December 2020 ref: 50182    

The Chief Digital and Information Officer will be asked to approve the extension of the contract for wide area network connectivity. 

Decision Maker: Director of Resources and Housing

Decision published: 03/10/2019

Effective from: 19/10/2019

Decision:

The Director of Resources & Housing approved the extension of the contract for wide area network connectivity for a further period of 1 x 12 months with an estimated value of approximately £1,200,000.

Lead officer: Andrew Byrom


02/10/2019 - Appointments to Outside Bodies ref: 50176    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: City Solicitor

Decision published: 02/10/2019

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Decision:

The Head of Democratic Services is requested to give approval to the replacement appointments as set out below:

OUTSIDE BODIES

Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust Council of Governors Board – Councillor R Charlwood to be appointed to the position currently designated as ‘Whips Nominee’

Local Access Forum – “Whips Nominee” to replace Councillor B Flynn

Lead officer: Helen Gray


02/10/2019 - Garforth & Swillington Ward TRO - Objection Report ref: 50172    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Director of City Development

Decision published: 02/10/2019

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Decision:

The Chief Officer (Highways & Transportation);
i) noted the contents of this report;
ii) considered and overruled the objections to Leeds City Council (Traffic Regulation) (Waiting Restrictions) (No.W36) Order 2013 Amendment Order (No.1) 2019 Garforth & Swillington Ward;
iii) agreed to temporarily hold any decision relating to the 3 objections associated with the proposed resident permit parking restrictions in the Ringway area;
iv) authorised further monitoring of the requirement for residents permit parking restrictions on Ringway and associated streets during the school summer holidays and also when the new school term starts to review if permit parking is warranted and justified; and
v) requested the City Solicitor to make, seal and implement Leeds City Council (Traffic Regulation) (Waiting Restrictions) (No.W36) Order 2013 Amendment Order (No.1) 2019 Garforth & Swillington Ward, in part; (excluding the proposed residents permit parking restriction in the Ringway area); and inform the remaining objectors accordingly of the Chief Officer’s (Highways and Transportation) decision.

Wards affected: Garforth and Swillington;

Lead officer: Roger Cann


10/10/2019 - Off Street Parking Places Order ref: 50175    

To authorise parking restrictions in Leeds City Council residential car parks.

Decision Maker: Director of City Development

Decision published: 02/10/2019

Effective from: 18/10/2019

Decision:

The Chief Officer (Highways & Transportation) instructed the City Solicitor to advertise a draft Parking Places Order in respect of those off street car parks detailed in Appendix 1 and, if no valid objections are received, to make and seal the order as advertised.

Wards affected: Armley; Beeston and Holbeck; Burmantofts and Richmond Hill; Chapel Allerton; Gipton and Harehills; Kirkstall; Roundhay; Wetherby;

Lead officer: Mark Jefford


10/10/2019 - Decision to enter into a further Cooperation Agreement with West Yorkshire Combined Authority (WYCA) for the continued provision of school buses and associated education transport services ref: 50151    Recommendations Approved

In line with statutory duties, Leeds City Council and WYCA have cooperated for many years in order to secure best value and efficiency in the provision of school transport services for children in mainstream education. Each authority has separate statutory duties regarding school bus services to mainstream settings and associated education transport provision, along with statutory duty to cooperate with each other in fulfilling those duties. The cost to the Children & Families directorate is approximately £1.2m p.a  An implied agreement has been in place based on previous agreements to allow a number of technical & administrative amendments to be made, and a decision may now be taken to enter into a new agreement with WYCA for the continuance of services, which reflects the successful completion of numerous refinements.

Decision Maker: Director of Children and Families

Decision published: 02/10/2019

Effective from: 18/10/2019

Decision:

The Director of Children and Families agrees to enter into a new cooperation agreement with WYCA, at a cost to be finalised with a net figure approximate to £1.4m.

 

The Director of Children and Families notes the Lead Officer for this is the Head of Commissioning and Market Management.

 

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: John Bradshaw


10/10/2019 - Heritage Maintenance Programme Phase 1 - Yeadon Town Hall ref: 50177    

Approval to carry out Phase 1 Heritage Maintenance Work at Yeadon Town Hall.

Decision Maker: Director of City Development

Decision published: 02/10/2019

Effective from: 18/10/2019

Decision:

The Chief Officer Asset Management and Regeneration:

 

a)  Gave Authority to Spend of £630,320 from existing budgetary provision, Capital Scheme No. 16996, for maintenance work to Yeadon Town Hall.

b)  Approved the appointment of Stone Edge Ltd. as the main contractor to carry out the proposed works to Yeadon Town Hall.

c)  Noted the contract value with Stone Edge Ltd. will be £430,210.

 

Wards affected: Otley and Yeadon;

Lead officer: Malcolm Fisher


10/10/2019 - Approval to procure a contract(s) for the provision of Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) and corporate workwear ref: 50174    

The council’s current contracts for the supply of personal protection equipment (PPE), and workwear and uniforms are due to expire on 10th April 2020. Approval will therefore be sought to procure new contracts for the supply of these goods beyond the above date. It is anticipated that the procurement will be in two lots, one for PPE and one for workwear and uniforms. 

Decision Maker: Director of Resources and Housing

Decision published: 02/10/2019

Effective from: 18/10/2019

Decision:

The Director of Resources and Housing approved:

a)  That the Council commence a procurement under the Council’s Contract Procedure Rules for new contracts for the supply of Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) and Corporate Workwear to the Council;

b)  That the tender exercise be split in to 2 lots; Lot 1 for the provision of PPE and Lot 2 for the provision of corporate workwear and that a contract be awarded to the successful tender for each lot for a term of 3 years with an option to extend for a further 12 months.

c)  The tenders received be evaluated on the basis of a 60% price and 40% on quality

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Tony Newbould


01/10/2019 - Teacher Pay Award and Policies 2019/20 ref: 50170    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Director of Resources and Housing

Decision published: 01/10/2019

Effective from:

Decision:

The Director of Resources & Housing approved implementation of the locally agreed pay award of 2.75% to all teacher pay points and allowances for LCC centrally employed teachers and recommend the implementation for all Leeds school teachers. This means implementing Option B as outlined above, at a cost of £373,148

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Debbie Sturgess


01/10/2019 - BITMO Gas Servicing, Maintenance, Installations & Repairs – Contract Extension ref: 50169    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Director of Resources and Housing

Decision published: 01/10/2019

Effective from:

Decision:

The Director of Resources & Housing approved the extension of BITMO Gas servicing, Maintenance, Installation and Repairs Contract to Sayes Service Limited for a period of 24 months (1 April 2020 to 31 March 2022), with an estimated value of £550,000 per annum.

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Ian Parker


01/10/2019 - Waiver of Contract Procedure Rules (CPR) 9.1 and 9.2 to award new interim contract to SIMS Metal Management for the collection and recycling of scrap metal and lead acid batteries (LAB) and also to WEEELink for the collection and reprocessing of wast ref: 50167    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Director of Communities and Environment

Decision published: 01/10/2019

Effective from:

Decision:

The Deputy Chief Officer for Waste Management noted the contents of this report and approved the waiver of CPRs 9.1 and 9.2, using authority set out in CPR 1.3, to permit direct contract awards to Sims Metal Management and WEEELink. The interim contracts have zero cost to the Council.

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Rosie Harvey


09/10/2019 - Request to commence a procurement exercise for the provision of vehicle body work repairs to Leeds City Council ref: 50168    

Authority to procure a new contract for a vehicle body repair framework as the current contract ends on the 31st January 2020.

Decision Maker: Director of Resources and Housing

Decision published: 01/10/2019

Effective from: 17/10/2019

Decision:

The Director of Housing and Resources approved the commencement of a procurement exercise in order to secure a contract for the provision of vehicle bodywork repairs. The contract will start on the 1st February 2020 and be for a period of 3 years, with 1 x 12 month option to extend.

Lead officer: Terry Pycroft


30/09/2019 - Approval of a care plan to the value of up to £250,000 per annum ref: 50166    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Director of Children and Families

Decision published: 30/09/2019

Effective from:

Decision:

The Deputy Director, Children & Families agreed the recommendation of a report relating to the placement of a child/young person. The individual costs of the place are £208, 000.
It is considered in the public interest that information contained in the report is exempt from publication as it relates to a vulnerable child or young person of the City and the actions being taken to enable that person to live in a safe environment.

Wards affected: Various;

Lead officer: Stephen Maw


30/09/2019 - Enter into a Development Agreement with Home Group Ltd and Ashley House / Morgan Ashley LLP to deliver 63 Extra Care Housing Apartments at Westerton Walk, West Ardsley ref: 50165    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Director of City Development

Decision published: 30/09/2019

Effective from:

Decision:

The Director of City Development approved the decision to enter into a Development Agreement with a consortia made up of Ashley House Ltd/Morgan Ashley LLP and Home Group Ltd to build 63 extra care individual apartments with communal facilities at Westerton Walk, West Ardsley.

Wards affected: Ardsley and Robin Hood;

Lead officer: James Anderson


30/09/2019 - Request to vary the contract awarded to St George’s Crypt for the HUB and Overnight Service for additional funding of £483,090.00 for 32 months through the modification of contracts during their term under Regulation 72 (1) (b) (ii) of the Public Con ref: 50164    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Director of Resources and Housing

Decision published: 30/09/2019

Effective from:

Decision:

The Director of Resources and Housing:

Approved variation of the contract with St George’s Crypt for delivery of the HUB and Overnight services for additional funding of £483,090.00 for 32 months through the modification of contracts during their term under Regulation 72 (1) (b) (ii) of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 and under Contract Procedure Rules 21.7.

Noted that funding to be provided from 1st August 2019 to the end of the current contract period at 31st March 2022

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Lisa Fisher


30/09/2019 - Approval of a care plan to the value of up to £299,999.99 per annum ref: 50163    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Director of Children and Families

Decision published: 30/09/2019

Effective from:

Decision:

The Deputy Director, Children & Families agreed the recommendation of a report relating to the placement of a child/young person. The individual costs of the place are £265, 200.
It is considered in the public interest that information contained in the report is exempt from publication as it relates to a vulnerable child or young person of the City and the actions being taken to enable that person to live in a safe environment.

Wards affected: Various;

Lead officer: Stephen Maw


30/09/2019 - Waiver of Contract Procedure Rules (CPR) 8.1 and 8.2 to award an interim garden waste processing contract to North Yorkshire County Council ref: 50162    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Director of Communities and Environment

Decision published: 30/09/2019

Effective from:

Decision:

The Deputy Chief Officer for Waste Management noted the contents of this report and approved the waiver of CPRs 8.1 and 8.2, using authority set out in CPR 1.3, to permit a direct interim contract award to NYCC for the provision of composting facilities at Esholt for a period of two months (1 October to 30 November 2019). The contract is valued at £60,000.

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Rosie Harvey


30/09/2019 - Extension of the year 4 tonnage allocation Call-Off Contract with Biffa Waste Services under the Recycling and Composting Framework (9KBA – M62F2H) in accordance with Contracts Procedure Rules (CPRs) 21.1. ref: 50161    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Director of Communities and Environment

Decision published: 30/09/2019

Effective from:

Decision:

The Deputy Chief Officer for Waste Management noted the content of this report and approved the issue of an extension notice to Biffa Waste Services under the Year 4 Call-Off (DN323246) from the Recycling and Composting framework (ref 9KBA-M62F2H) for a further period of up to 6 months from 1 October to 30 March 2020, in accordance with CPR 21.1.

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Rosie Harvey


30/09/2019 - Request to approve 3 x contract extensions in accordance with Contracts Procedure Rule 21.1 for extra care services ref: 50160    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Director of Adults and Health

Decision published: 30/09/2019

Effective from:

Decision:

a)The Director of Adults and Health approved the extension of the contract ‘Extra Care Housing – Assisi Place’ (contract DN404564) under Contract Procedure Rule 21.1 for a 1 x 6 month period commencing 1st October 2019 to 31st March 2020 with Methodist Homes (MHA). The total value of this decision is £162,757.50.
b)The Director of Adults and Health approved the extension of the contract ‘Extra Care Housing – The Laureates’ (contract DN404629) under Contract Procedure Rule 21.1 for a 1 x 6 month period commencing 1st October 2019 to 31st March 2020 with Anchor Hanover. The total value of this decision is £65,550.00.
c)The Director of Adults and Health approved the extension of the contract ‘Extra Care Housing – Yew Tree and Rosewood’’ (contract DN404600) under Contract Procedure Rule 21.1 for a 1 x 6 month period commencing 1st October 2019 to 31st March 2020 with Methodist Homes (MHA). The total value of this decision is £228,208.00.
For reference, funding for each of these services will be met through existing provision within the Adults and Health budgets.

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: David Peel


27/09/2019 - To seek authority from the Director of Adults and Health to procure a Sikh Elders Service. The total value of the contract to be procured will be £442,729 ref: 50159    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Director of Adults and Health

Decision published: 27/09/2019

Effective from:

Decision:

The Director of Adults and Health:-
•Approved and gave authority to proceed with a procurement process, as outlined in this report and in line with Contracts Procedure Rules (CPRs) 3.1.8.
•Approved and gave authority to use delegated authority to take commissioning decisions which will be a direct consequence of this significant operational decision, for example approval of the detailed specifications for procurement and subsequent contract awards. These will also be significant operational decisions.

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Louise Morgan


03/10/2019 - Design & Cost Report for Highway Works Associated with Residential Development and Basement Parking on Sweet Street/ Siddall Street, Holbeck, Leeds, LS11 9AA ref: 50154    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Director of City Development

Decision published: 27/09/2019

Effective from: 03/10/2019

Decision:

The Chief Officer (Highways & Transportation)
i) noted the associated highways works which are shown detailed in section 3 and in principle on drawing 13377 121 Rev.G;

ii) gave authority to spend £7,500 TRO costs and £7,500 staff checking and inspection costs which will be fully funded by a developer through a Section 278 Agreement;

iii) approved the adoption of new highway construction on land shaded deep purple or red hatched on drawing 13377 121 Rev.G so that it can be added to the Council’s maintenance regime;

iv) requested the City Solicitor to:
- advertise a draft Traffic Regulation Order to facilitate the necessary waiting restrictions, as shown on Traffic Regulation Order GA drawing 13377 121 Rev.G, and, if no valid objections are received, to make, seal and implement the order as advertised; and

v) gave authority to negotiate the terms of and enter into an agreement with the developer under the provisions of Section 278 of the Highways Act 1980.

Wards affected: Beeston and Holbeck;

Lead officer: Lisa Brannan


03/10/2019 - Approval for the development of options to reduce flood risk in Potternewton ref: 50153    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Director of City Development

Decision published: 27/09/2019

Effective from: 03/10/2019

Decision:

The Chief Officer (Highways & Transportation)
i) gave authority to incur expenditure of £68,000 for a capital scheme to carry out appraisal and develop an Outline Business Case for a flood alleviation scheme at Potternewton including obtaining the necessary permits and approvals for the scheme, funded from Environment Agency grant £50,000 and LCC capital borrowing £18,000; and

ii) noted that a further report will be submitted for Highways Board review in early 2020 to gain approval to submit the Outline Business Case to the Environment Agency and to give authority to incur expenditure detailed design and construction of the scheme.

Wards affected: Chapel Allerton;

Lead officer: Ian McCall


03/10/2019 - Approval for the development of options to reduce flood risk in Guiseley ref: 50152    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Director of City Development

Decision published: 27/09/2019

Effective from: 03/10/2019

Decision:

The Chief Officer (Highways & Transportation)
i) gave authority to incur expenditure of £68,000 for a capital scheme to carry out appraisal and develop an Outline Business Case for a flood alleviation scheme at Guiseley including obtaining the necessary permits and approvals for the scheme, funded from Environment Agency grant £50,000 and LCC Capital borrowing £18,000; and

ii) noted that a further report will be submitted for Highways Board review in early 2020 to gain approval to submit the Outline Business Case to the Environment Agency and to give authority to incur expenditure detailed design and construction of the scheme.

Wards affected: Guiseley and Rawdon;

Lead officer: Ian McCall


03/10/2019 - Objection report for S278 Works associated with planning permission for a residential development on land at Ninelands Lane, Garforth ref: 50155    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Director of City Development

Decision published: 27/09/2019

Effective from: 03/10/2019

Decision:

The Chief Officer (Highways and Transportation)

i) noted the contents of this report;

ii) considered and over-ruled the objection to Leeds City Councils s90c Traffic Calming notice; and

iii) requested the City Solicitor to write to the objectors informing them of the Chief Officer’s (Highways and Transportation) decision.

Wards affected: Garforth and Swillington;

Lead officer: Andy Magee


03/10/2019 - Governance Services document retention and disposal arrangements – Transfer of documents to West Yorkshire Archive Service ref: 50149    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: City Solicitor

Decision published: 26/09/2019

Effective from: 03/10/2019

Decision:

The Head of Democratic Services has approved the transfer of the records listed in the attached schedule (Appendix A to the attached report) to the West Yorkshire Archive Service. The Head of Democratic Services has the authority to approve the transfer of these documents through the sub-delegation scheme of the City Solicitor. The scheme gives the Head of Democratic Services delegated authority for the management of corporate governance. This function is one of the specific delegations to the City Solicitor under the Executive delegation scheme within Part 3 Section 3E of the Council’s Constitution.

This transfer will take place on 21st October 2019 and is made in accordance with the Governance Services document retention and disposal arrangements.

Lead officer: Debbie Oldham


03/10/2019 - Ex-council property be acquired by the Council and returned to council housing stock. Capital Scheme number 33103 ref: 50145    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Director of City Development

Decision published: 26/09/2019

Effective from: 03/10/2019

Decision:

The Head of Land and Property has approved the repurchase of a property on the terms detailed in the confidential appendix for Resources and Housing to return to council housing stock.

Wards affected: Chapel Allerton;

Lead officer: Diane McPhee


03/10/2019 - Ex-council property to be acquired by the Council and returned to council housing stock. Capital Scheme number 33103 ref: 50143    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Director of City Development

Decision published: 26/09/2019

Effective from: 03/10/2019

Decision:

The Head of Land and Property has approved the repurchase of a property on the terms detailed in the confidential appendix for Resources and Housing to return to council housing stock.

Wards affected: Alwoodley;

Lead officer: Diane McPhee


03/10/2019 - Authority to procure a new contract for the supply of liquefied fuel ref: 50138    

Authority to procure a new contract for the supply of liquefied fuels as the current contract ends on the 30th November 2019 and all extensions have been taken.

Decision Maker: Director of Resources and Housing

Decision published: 25/09/2019

Effective from: 11/10/2019

Decision:

The Director of Resources and Housing approved the request to commence a procurement exercise or utilise the new YPO contract for the supply of liquefied fuel with the option to extend a further 2 x 12 month periods from 1st December 2019 to the 30th November 2021.

Lead officer: Carl Snowden


30/09/2019 - Helm Person Held Record Phase 2 ref: 50102    

The Director of Resources and Housing to provide authority to spend for £591k for the delivery of the Helm Person Held Record from allocated Better Care Funding.

Decision Maker: Director of Resources and Housing

Decision published: 20/09/2019

Effective from: 08/10/2019

Decision:

The Director of Resources and Housing gave authority to spend for £591k for the delivery of the Helm Person Held Record project from allocated Better Care Funding.

Lead officer: Dave Rowson


27/09/2019 - Seeking approval to procure a contract for the installation, servicing, maintenance and responsive repairs of controlled door entry / access systems to housing properties ref: 50094    

Seeking approval to procure a contract for the installation, servicing, maintenance and responsive repairs of controlled door entry / access systems to housing and civic properties, city wide. The contract will be for an initial 3 years with the option to extend for 2 further 12 months periods. We will be looking to award the contract to up to 2 contractors.

Decision Maker: Director of Resources and Housing

Decision published: 19/09/2019

Effective from: 05/10/2019

Decision:

In accordance with the Council’s Contract Procedure Rules 3.1.6, the Director of Resources & Housing agreed to approve the use of a below OJEU threshold procurement process to establish a contract with up to 2 contractors for the responsive repairs of controlled door entry/access systems and the installation, servicing, maintenance and responsive repairs of automatic doors/gates to housing and civic properties throughout the City. The contract will be for a term of 3 years with the option to extend for a further 2 x 12 months periods, at a cost of £800k per annum and with an estimated total contract value of £4,000,000.

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Thomas Regan


27/09/2019 - 2019/20 Department for Transport Pothole Action Fund ref: 50097    

To inject into the capital programme and approve the spending of £541,847 pothole grant funding in accordance with the requirements of the Department for Transport.

Decision Maker: Director of City Development

Decision published: 19/09/2019

Effective from: 05/10/2019

Decision:

The Chief Officer (Highways & Transportation):

 

i)  gave authority to inject £541,847 into the Capital Programme from the DfT Pothole Action Fund 2019/20; and

 

ii)  gave authority to incur expenditure of £541,847 on carriageway maintenance, to repair potholes, and prevent potholes forming. This will be made up of £483,791 works costs and £58,056 fees, funded from Government Grant, as detailed in Appendix A.

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Richard Hobson


27/09/2019 - Heritage Maintenance Programme Phase 1 - Thwaite Mills House ref: 50093    

Approval to carry out Phase 1 Heritage Maintenance Work at Thwaite Mills House.

Decision Maker: Director of City Development

Decision published: 19/09/2019

Effective from: 05/10/2019

Decision:

The Director of City Development;

 

a)  Gave Authority to Spend £606,300 from existing budgetary provision, Capital Scheme No. 16996, for maintenance work to Thwaite Mills House.

b)  Approved the appointment of Stone Edge Ltd. as the main contractor to carry out the works to Thwaite Mills House.

c)  Noted the contract value with Stone Edge Ltd. will be £406,580.

 

Wards affected: Hunslet and Riverside;

Lead officer: Malcolm Fisher