To provide the authority to spend the £1.98m capital received from Highways England into the capital programme
To provide the authority to procure for the electric vehicle scheme for:
o up to 75 vehicles
o the external partner to support mobilisation of the electric van scheme
Decision type: Key
Reason Key: Expenditure > £250,000;
Decision status: Recommendations Approved
Wards affected: (All Wards);
Notice of proposed decision first published: 11/02/2019
Decision due: 13 Feb 2019 by Executive Board
Lead director: Director of Resources and Housing
Department: Resources and Housing
Contact: Polly Cook, Executive Project Manager (PPPU) 0113 37 85845 Email: email@example.com.
The electric vehicle scheme involves cross-working with a number of council services who have been consulted with as the project has been developed. These include fleet services who will be involved in the maintenance and valeting of the fleets and who have also advised on appropriate vehicles to acquire and asset management who have provided advice on site requirements/ budgets for vehicle storage when they aren’t on loan to customers. The Executive Member for Resources and Sustainability has also been appraised of the scheme during its development. Communications and engagement will form a key part of the electric vehicle scheme, with events being held across the city to promote the opportunity to businesses.
Executive Member for Resources & Sustainability, Fleet Services, Insurance, asset management, Highways England
Portfolio Holder: Executive Member for Resources and Sustainability