Decisions

Decisions

26/02/2024 - To approve spend for the Safer Streets 5 Project ref: 9984    Recommendations Approved (subject to call-in)

To approve spend of up to £149,979 on the Safer Streets 5 Project, which is being delivered in conjunction with The Police and Crime Commissioner for West Mercia, who have been awarded a grant from the Home Office to deliver this project.

Decision Maker: Corporate Director – Economy & Environment

Decision published: 26/02/2024

Effective from: 02/03/2024

Decision:

That:

a) The Safer Streets 5 Project grant of £149,979 be accepted from the West Mercia Police and Crime Commissioner and the Council’s Section 151 Officer amends the capital programme to reflect this grant;

b) Expenditure of up to £149,979 be approved to implement the improvements set out in this report; and

c) The Service Director for Economy and Growth is authorised, in consultation with the Corporate Director - Economy & Environment and the Council’s Section 151 Officer to take all operational decisions necessary to implement the above recommendations.

Wards affected: Leominster East; Leominster South; Ross East; Ross West;

Lead officer: Katie Ainsworth


07/03/2024 - Property Services Planned and Reactive Maintenance Programme 2024/2025 ref: 9962    For Determination

To agree the property services planned and reactive maintenance programme 2024/25 to ensure the continuing upkeep, improvement and maintenance of the council’s property assets and also to allow the council to fulfil its obligations to carry out statutory compliance inspections and related remedial works.

Decision Maker: Cabinet member community services and assets

Decision published: 14/02/2024

Effective from: 14/03/2024

Decision:

That:

a)    Subject to Council approval, the 2024/25 planned and reactive maintenance budget of £3,266,420 (subject to approval at the council budget meeting on 9 February 2024 and pending the delivery of the Corporate Services Savings Target (S6) Reduction in Hoople SLA contract value and workforce service reviews).be allocated between maintenance and cleaning operations as follows and as set out in appendix B: and

 

b)    the Director for Resources and Assurance be authorised to take all operational decisions necessary to implement the above recommendations and spend within the approved budgets including realigning budget between maintenance and cleaning.

 

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Sarah Jowett


14/02/2024 - Herefordshire co-ordinated school admissions arrangements 2025/2026 ref: 9945    Recommendations Approved

To approve Herefordshire Council’s proposed admissions arrangements for the academic year 2025/2026

The proposed arrangements comply with the current School Admissions Code which came into force on 1 September 2021. The recommendation applies to admission arrangements determined in 2024 for admission in school year 2025/2026 for those schools in Herefordshire for whom the council is the admissions authority.

In 2022 some minor clarification changes were made to the arrangements previously published on the council’s website to bring the admissions arrangements in line with the updated code.  These updates did not require consultation as they were required by the code itself.

 

Decision Maker: Cabinet member children and young people

Decision published: 14/02/2024

Effective from: 21/02/2024

Decision:

That:

 

 The proposed admission arrangements for 2025/2026, as at appendix A, are approved.

 

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Louise Tanner


08/02/2024 - Variation to Framework Partnership between the council and NHS Herefordshire and Worcestershire Integrated Care Board (HWICB) relating to the commissioning of health and social care services in connection with the Better Care Fund. ref: 9948    Recommendations Approved

County of Herefordshire District Council and NHS Herefordshire and Worcestershire Integrated Commissioning Board (HWICB) form part of a Framework Partnership Agreement relating to the commissioning of health and social care services in exercise of the powers referred to in Section 75 of the 2006 Act and/or Section 13Z(2) and 14Z(3) of the 2006 Act as applicable (the “Partnership Agreement”).
As part of the annual review of budgets and commissioning plans the partners have agreed a revised financial plan for the financial year 2023/24.
The Partners acknowledge agree and confirm that they waive the requirements of clause 33 (Variation) in respect of the variations set out in this Deed and further acknowledge, agree and confirm that the Partnership Agreement shall be amended as follows:
1) The Partnership Agreement shall be varied in accordance with Schedule 1 (Amendments to the Partnership Agreement).
2) The Partners have agreed to vary Schedule 1 (Financial Contributions and Financial Governance) to the Partnership Agreement as set out in Schedule 4 (Other Amendments).
3) The Partners have agreed to amend Schedule 3 (Scheme Template & Schedules) to the Partnership Agreement to reflect the revised financial plan as set out in Schedule 4 (Other Amendments).
4) The Partners have reviewed the financial arrangements contained in the Partnership Agreement and have agreed to revise Schedule 4 (Risk Share and Overspends) to the Partnership Agreement to reflect the revised financial plan as set out in Schedule 4 (Other Amendments).
5) The Partners have reviewed the performance managements contained in the Partnership Agreement and have agreed to revise Schedule 6 (Performance Arrangements) to reflect the revised governance structures for joint commissioning as set out in Schedule 4 (Other Amendments).
6) The partners have reviewed the detailed financial plan and have agreed to Schedule 11 (Financial Plan) to reflect the revised schemes, services and contributions to each pooled fund.
7) The Partnership Agreement shall be varied as set out in Schedule 4 (Other Amendments).
A partnership arrangement under section 75 (s75) of the NHS Act 2006 enables partners to commission integrated health and social care services to better meet the needs of service users than if the partners were operating independently. Section 75 agreements provide a contractual framework for the use of pooled funds between the council and the ICB, to enable services to be delivered and commissioned co-dependently.
The s75 agreement is a national requirement of the Better Care Fund, set by NHS England under the NHS Act 2006.
The s75 covers the current financial year 2023/24. The national deadline for approval of the s75 was 31 October 2023; at this point negotiations were still ongoing between partners, the Regional BCF Manager was kept appraised of negotiations and an agreement between partners for final approval was subsequently reached.

Decision Maker: Corporate Director - Community Wellbeing

Decision published: 13/02/2024

Effective from: 08/02/2024

Lead officer: Hilary Hall


13/02/2024 - Schools Budget 2024/25 ref: 9910    Recommendations Approved

To approve school forum’s recommended budget proposals for school budgets, central school services and early years within the Dedicated Schools Grant (DSG) for 2024/25.

Decision Maker: Cabinet member children and young people

Decision published: 13/02/2024

Effective from: 20/02/2024

Decision:

That:   Herefordshire’s school funding proposals for 2024/25 be approved as set out in appendix 3.

 

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Malcolm Green


12/02/2024 - Ross Enterprise Park Phase 1 ref: 9929    Recommendations Approved

To approve the expenditure of up to £550,000 (capital) to enable the development of Ross Enterprise Park, commissioning the detailed design work and any required surveys to inform a tender for the physical delivery of phase one of the approved scheme.

Decision Maker: Cabinet member community services and assets

Decision published: 12/02/2024

Effective from: 17/02/2024

Decision:

That:

 

a) To approve expenditure of up to £550,000 capital to deliver the detailed design stage of the proposed phase 1 development of Ross Enterprise Park;

 

b) Once detailed design stage completed, to approve and action the procurement of a contractor to complete the required works; and

 

c) To delegate all operational decisions to the Service Director for Economy and Growth in consultation with the Cabinet Member for Community Services and Assets to implement recommendations (a) and (b) including the award of the contract to the preferred bidder following conclusion of the procurement undertaken in accordance with the Contract Procedure Rules.

Wards affected: Old Gore; Penyard; Ross East; Ross West;

Lead officer: Roger Allonby


09/02/2024 - The policy, prioritisation and delivery of section 106 funding

The report sets out the policy that enables the council to secure section 106 funding, the mechanisms for identifying projects to be incorporated into the legal agreements and reports on the delivery of section 106 funded schemes since Cabinet approved the delivery model on 2 March 2023.

Decision Maker: Connected Communities Scrutiny Committee

Decision due date: 27/02/2024

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Yvonne Coleman

Notice of decision: 09/02/2024

Anticipated restriction: Open


08/02/2024 - Public Realm Services Annual Plan 2024 - 2025

To confirm the approval of the Annual Plan 2024/25 for the Public Realm Services contract with Balfour Beatty Living Places.

Decision Maker: Cabinet member roads and regulatory services

Decision due date: 29/03/2024

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Dave Martin

Notice of decision: 08/02/2024

Anticipated restriction: Open


08/02/2024 - Guidance on Performance & Decision Making for Cyber Quarter Ltd and Hoople Ltd

The purpose of the guidance is to bring into a single document (i) the requirements of the shareholder in relation to performance reporting and (ii) demarcation of decision making by shareholder, directors and officers of the company.

Decision Maker: Shareholder Committee

Decision due date: 19/02/2024

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Sean O'Connor

Notice of decision: 08/02/2024

Anticipated restriction: Open


19/01/2024 - Decision to introduce a Tattooing, Body Piercing and Skins Policy. 19.01.24 ref: 9923    Recommendations Approved

To protect members of the public whilst they undertake skin piercing, and provide clear information to businesses who are licensed to carry out these practices. This policy does not change the existing requirements for these licensable activities, it merely brings all the information together in one place.

Decision Maker: Service Director - Economy and Regulatory

Decision published: 08/02/2024

Effective from: 19/01/2024

Lead officer: Roger Allonby


08/12/2023 - To award £70,000 Public Health grant funding to Halo Leisure for the outdoor athletics track project. ref: 9944    Recommendations Approved

Physical inactivity is associated with 1 in 6 deaths in the UK and is estimated to cost the UK £7.4 billion annually (including £0.9 billion to the NHS alone).

In Herefordshire it is estimated that 70.2% of adults 21/22 reported being physically active, this is above both the national and regional average, whilst this is positive, 20.1% are reported as being inactive, this estimated to be around 33,000 physically inactive adults in Herefordshire.

Inactivity is a leading cause of preventable ill health as well as being a key driver of the life expectancy gap between people living in the most and least deprived areas in Herefordshire. Increasing physical activity and reducing levels of inactivity within the population is a key action in supporting local priorities to improve the health and wellbeing of the population.

Public Health Grant Funding will contribute to the refurbishment project of the athletics track on Holmer Road, which was built in 1988 and during the past 34 years it has been a popular facility for competitive athletes from local running and triathlon clubs staging training sessions throughout the year, whilst also being used for recreational physical activity use. The project will present an opportunity to increase activities to engage with more physically inactive, whilst also meeting the needs of competitive athletes.

The athletics track is the only synthetic track in Herefordshire and is managed by Halo Leisure - a registered charity and social enterprise. The current track has had almost 35 years of regular use by the local community and has received a comprehensive routine maintenance programme actioned by Halo over the past 21 years, which has significantly prolonged the life-span of the track. However the facility now requires a major refurbishment to secure its long term future and make it fit for purpose.

Due to the challenges presented by Covid and utility costs the charity does not have the funds to complete this much needed work.

This aligns with key national and local level sport and physical activity strategies including, supporting Herefordshire deliver the Physical Activity Strategy 2021 - 2026.

Halo Leisure are critical partners to delivering this plan and the project will directly support the vision:
‘In Herefordshire every person has the opportunity to: ‘get moving, be active, feel better, keep well and enjoy healthier lives as part of everyday life in their local community’
The project also meets all four of the key outcomes listed to address inactivity:

• Active Environments – environments that support and facilitate every day physical activity for everyone.
• Active Communities – supported and developed community assets to increase physical activity levels and build community resilience.
• Healthy Individuals – decreasing inequalities, increased awareness and capability in our inactive population to change their behaviour and increase physical activity levels long-term.
• Partnerships and Collaborative Working - improved partnership working to increase physical activity opportunities and participation across our population. By providing a quality training environment, we will be able to work with partners offering them a facility to support their involvement in England Athletics/Sport England initiatives aimed at encouraging people into the sport and support those who are already involved in running.

Total value of the project is £350,000 +VAT, with funding being secured from Community Ownership Fund and match funding from partners including Herefordshire Council, Sport England and crowd funding.


Decision Maker: Director of public health

Decision published: 08/02/2024

Effective from: 08/12/2023

Lead officer: Matt Pearce


18/12/2023 - Decision to extend the Herefordshire Stop Smoking Services Pharmacotherapy – a county-wide provision of Nicotine Replacement Therapy. ref: 9943    Recommendations Approved

A review of the service model was planned in conjunction with the NHS long-term plan and local healthcare services provided by WVT, following the announcement of the government strategy for a Smoke Free Generation: Stopping the Start and resulting initiatives and funding, extending the current pharmacotherapy will allow time to consider the impact of some of the initiatives and also future service design.

Behavioural support is provided by healthy lifestyle trainers (in-house); this element of the contract is for the supply of nicotine replacement therapy. Generally, this is only available from pharmacies and this is the most convenient method of obtaining NRT for service users – increasing engagement and success rates.

An extension of 1 year to the current AQP framework would allow for the
uninterrupted continued provision of NRT and also the increase in suppliers to the framework which is important as some areas of the county do not currently have a pharmacy signed up to the AQP framework agreement.



Decision Maker: Director of public health

Decision published: 08/02/2024

Effective from: 18/12/2023

Lead officer: Matt Pearce


06/02/2024 - Re-allocation of Local Transport Plan (LTP) budgets ref: 9941    Recommendations Approved

To move £35k of underspend on other retained budgets to fund the programme of pre-surface dressing preparation works on C and U class rural roads across the county.


Decision Maker: Service Director – Environment , Highways, & Waste

Decision published: 07/02/2024

Effective from: 06/02/2024

Lead officer: Bruce Evans


07/02/2024 - Section 278/38 Agreement for Land South of Closure Place, Peterchurch for Capsel Limited. ref: 9940    Recommendations Approved

To secure adopted publicly maintained highway works constructed to the proper standards for the benefit of the community.
For the Section 278/38 Agreement for Land South of Closure Place, Peterchurch for Capsel Limited to be signed and sealed by an authorised officer on behalf of Herefordshire Council.

Decision Maker: Officer Decisions - Economy and Enviroment

Decision published: 07/02/2024

Effective from: 07/02/2024

Lead officer: Bruce Evans


02/02/2024 - Decision to introduce a 30mph speed limit extension at Sutton St Nicholas, Herefordshire. ref: 9939    Recommendations Approved

Considering no objections have been made as part of the Formal (Statutory) Consultation and Notice of Proposal stages, a new Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) be introduced under Section 84 and Part IV of Schedule 9 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 and the Traffic Management Act 2004 the effect of which will be to implement an extension to the existing 30mph speed limit on the C1125 & Ridgeway Road (C1126), Sutton St Nicholas.

Decision Maker: Service Director – Environment , Highways, & Waste

Decision published: 06/02/2024

Effective from: 02/02/2024

Lead officer: Bruce Evans


06/02/2024 - Recommendations of the Environment and Sustainability Scrutiny Committee: Nutrient Management Board

The purpose of this report is to notify the Cabinet of the recommendations from the Environment and Sustainability Scrutiny Committee, made at its meeting on 22 January 2024, and to request a response from the executive.

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Decision due date: 29/02/2024

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Simon Cann

Notice of decision: 06/02/2024

Anticipated restriction: Open


22/11/2023 - Decision to implement additional waiting restrictions at Ledbury Road & Three Crosses Road, Ross-On-Wye ref: 9938    Recommendations Approved

Considering no objections have been raised during the Formal (Statutory) Consultation and Notice of Proposal Stages, a new Traffic Regulation Order be implemented under Sections 1, 2 and 3 of Part I and Part IV of Schedule 9 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 as proposed in the Notice of Proposal, the effect of which will be to introduce additional No Waiting at Any Time (Double Yellow Line) restrictions on Ledbury Road & Three Crosses Road, Ross-on-Wye

Decision Maker: Service Director – Environment , Highways, & Waste

Decision published: 05/02/2024

Effective from: 22/11/2023

Lead officer: Bruce Evans


22/11/2023 - Decision to not introduce waiting restrictions at Eardisley Village, Herefordshire. ref: 9937    Recommendations Approved

Following a site audit, assessment and informal residents & businesses consultation, a TRO is not considered an appropriate course of action and it is felt that the current waiting restriction arrangements are appropriate for the section of road under investigation

Decision Maker: Service Director – Environment , Highways, & Waste

Decision published: 05/02/2024

Effective from: 22/11/2023

Lead officer: Bruce Evans


22/11/2023 - Decision to not reduce the existing 30mph Speed Limit to 20mph at Cleeve Orchard, Hereford. ref: 9936    Recommendations Approved

Following a site audit and assessment, a TRO is not considered an appropriate course of action and it is felt that the current speed limit is appropriate for the section of road under investigation.

Decision Maker: Service Director – Environment , Highways, & Waste

Decision published: 05/02/2024

Effective from: 22/11/2023

Lead officer: Bruce Evans


22/11/2023 - Decision to not reduce existing 40mph Speed Limit to 30mph on A4103 and A4110, Huntington, Herefordshire, at the Three Elms Development. ref: 9935    Recommendations Approved

Following a site audit and assessment, a TRO is not considered an appropriate course of action and it is felt that the current speed limit is appropriate for the section of road under investigation.

Decision Maker: Service Director – Environment , Highways, & Waste

Decision published: 05/02/2024

Effective from: 22/11/2023

Lead officer: Bruce Evans


02/02/2024 - Decision to introduce a 30mph speed limit extension at Sutton St Nicholas, Herefordshire. ref: 9934    Recommendations Approved

Considering no objections have been made as part of the Formal (Statutory) Consultation and Notice of Proposal stages, a new Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) be introduced under Section 84 and Part IV of Schedule 9 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 and the Traffic Management Act 2004 the effect of which will be to implement an extension to the existing 30mph speed limit on the C1125 & Ridgeway Road (C1126), Sutton St Nicholas.

Decision Maker: Service Director – Environment , Highways, & Waste

Decision published: 05/02/2024

Effective from: 02/02/2024

Lead officer: Bruce Evans


02/02/2024 - Decision to introduce 40MPH speed limit on the B4352, C1191 and Woodbury Lane, Moccas, Herefordshire. ref: 9933    Recommendations Approved

Consideration has been given to the receipt of one objection arising from the formal notice of proposal for the above titled order. Notwithstanding the receipt of this objection, for the reasons as set out below, it is recommended that a new Traffic Regulation Order be implemented as proposed in the Notice of Proposal, the effect of which will be to implement a new 40mph speed limit on the B4352, C1191 and Woodbury Lane, Moccas.

Decision Maker: Service Director – Environment , Highways, & Waste

Decision published: 05/02/2024

Effective from: 02/02/2024

Lead officer: Bruce Evans


02/02/2024 - Decision to introduce additional parking & waiting restrictions along various streets at Leominster, Herefordshire. ref: 9932    Recommendations Approved

Consideration has been given to the receipt of five objections arising from the formal Notice of Proposal for the above titled order. Notwithstanding the receipt of these objections, for the reasons as set out below, it is recommended that a new Traffic Regulation Order be implemented as proposed in the Notice of Proposal, the effect of which will be to introduce additional Waiting and Resident Permit Holder restrictions on various roads, Leominster.

Decision Maker: Service Director – Environment , Highways, & Waste

Decision published: 05/02/2024

Effective from: 02/02/2024

Lead officer: Bruce Evans


05/02/2024 - Decision to introduce 50MPH speed limit on the A44 at Drum Crossroads, Herefordshire. ref: 9931    Recommendations Approved

Considering no objections have been made as part of the Formal (Statutory) Consultation and Notice of Proposal stages, a new Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) be introduced under Section 84 and Part IV of Schedule 9 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 and the Traffic Management Act 2004 the effect of which will be to implement an extension to the existing 50mph speed limit to cover the A44 at Drum Crossroads.

Decision Maker: Service Director – Environment , Highways, & Waste

Decision published: 05/02/2024

Effective from: 05/02/2024

Lead officer: Bruce Evans


15/12/2023 - North Magazine Residual Infrastructure Works, Hereford Enterprise Zone ref: 9928    Recommendations Approved

Significant infrastructure works on the North Magazine were undertaken in 2021/22 following the master planning of the site to break the site up into 12 plots in preparation for sale and development. This included construction of internal access roads, installation of utilities and drainage systems and the raising of a number of the development plots in order to meet flood management requirements.

The council is now ready to commence the final construction phase at the North Magazine following a successful tender exercise. Works will include the raising of Plots 4, 8 and 10 and the removal and crushing of a concrete slab on Plot 7, making the plots development ready. The works will also include installation of a vehicle access barrier, an information board sign and

The works also include a road safety scheme at the greenway crossing in Thorn Business Park costed at £9,349.34 which will be paid for out of the Leveling Up Fund. The remainder of the project will be funded out of Phase 5 of the Enterprise Zone Capital Interventions.

Golden Valley Construction Limited been appointed following an open tender exercise which was carried out via the pro contract system, and evaluated against both cost and quality.

Decision Maker: Corporate Director – Economy & Environment

Decision published: 05/02/2024

Effective from: 15/12/2023

Lead officer: Ross Cook


02/02/2024 - Section 38 Agreement for Holmer West, Hereford, Phase 3 for Bloor Homes. ref: 9927    Recommendations Approved

To secure adopted publicly maintained highway works constructed to the proper standards for the benefit of the community.
For the Section 38 Agreement for Holmer West, Hereford, Phase 3 for Bloor Homes to be signed and sealed by an authorised officer on behalf of Herefordshire Council.

Decision Maker: Officer Decisions - Economy and Enviroment

Decision published: 02/02/2024

Effective from: 02/02/2024

Lead officer: Bruce Evans


02/02/2024 - Highway Maintenance Plan

To update the Highway Maintenance Plan, which sets out the reasonable system of inspection and repair that will
be deployed by the Council to ensure that it meets its duty to maintain all publicly maintainable highways.

Decision Maker: Cabinet member roads and regulatory services

Decision due date: 22/03/2024

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Ed Bradford

Notice of decision: 02/02/2024

Anticipated restriction: Open


01/02/2024 - Resurfacing Herefordshire Highways

To approve the investment of £10m in Herefordshire's highways for 2024-26

Decision Maker: Cabinet member roads and regulatory services

Decision due date: 15/03/2024

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Ed Bradford

Notice of decision: 01/02/2024

Anticipated restriction: Open


01/02/2024 - Additional Department for Transport Highways Maintenance Funding 2023/24 & 2024/25

To approve the investment of £3.660m in Herefordshire's highways, received as part of additional Department for Transport Highways Maintenance Funding for 2023/24 and 2024/25

Decision Maker: Cabinet member roads and regulatory services

Decision due date: 15/03/2024

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Ed Bradford

Notice of decision: 01/02/2024

Anticipated restriction: Open


15/01/2024 - To award a contract for an Occupational Therapy Assessment Support Service ref: 9926    Recommendations Approved

There is currently a national shortage of directly employed Occupational Therapists (OT), including in Herefordshire, which is impacting on the council’s capacity to complete statutory OT assessments.

The contract with Access Independent Ltd will support the council to meet its responsibilities under the Care Act 2014, by completing 200 OT assessments within the six month contracted period.

The decision to award to Access Independent Ltd follows a four quote procurement process, in line with the council’s Contract Procedure Rules, via the ProContract portal. The council received two submissions, both of which were deemed compliant and evaluated according to the tender documentation.

Decision Maker: Corporate Director - Community Wellbeing

Decision published: 01/02/2024

Effective from: 15/01/2024

Lead officer: Hilary Hall


01/02/2024 - Appointment of Externiture UK to remove and replace existing bus shelters at Hereford Country Bus Station ref: 9925    Recommendations Approved

Commission Externiture UK to commence with the production, supply and installation of 10 sedum roof bus shelters, and other associated works via the KCS Framework route at Country Bus Station and to award a contract within a budget of £230,500.
Cabinet Member decision dated 7th October 2021 set out HCCI programme with budget for City Greening of £362,000.00 with spend to date being £56,500.53.
? The Hereford City Centre Improvements (HCCI) project will commit £198,000.00 to this award, and the remaining costs of £35,000.00 will be covered by the Mitigation of Risk on the Network budget for which the Budget Holder has given confirmation.
? The project will replace the existing shelters due to disrepair and poor condition, improve air quality through use of sedum roofed shelters, and replace the 12 stands as well as providing a standalone dedicated shelter for the City’s Zipper Service. The City Council have been kept informed on the development.
? HCCI improvements will create an attractive vibrant city centre for people to spend time for shopping and leisure.
? This commission plus contingency totals £230,500, using HCCI and Mitigation of Risk on the Network budgets.
? The supplier has procured from KCS framework following discussions with Procurement.
? This procurement route has been identified to achieve the timescales associated with the LEP funding agreement.
? The cabinet member has been fully briefed regarding the proposals.

Decision Maker: Corporate Director – Economy & Environment

Decision published: 01/02/2024

Effective from: 01/02/2024

Lead officer: Ross Cook


01/02/2024 - Community-based support services – recommendations from Health, Care and Wellbeing Scrutiny Committee

To provide recommendations from the Health Care and Wellbeing Scrutiny Committee scrutiny of community-based support services

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Decision due date: 29/02/2024

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Danial Webb

Notice of decision: 01/02/2024

Anticipated restriction: Open