Issue details

Officer approval of Sustainable Energy in Public Buildings Grant made by Herefordshire Council at The Courtyard Theatre.

The Assistant Director for Regulation, Environment and Waste Services was authorised to accept the ERDF funding and to implement the Sustainable Energy in Public Buildings project in accordance with the decision approved by the Cabinet Member for Environment, Economy & Skills as approved on 5 August 2020.

Approval of Grants by the Assistant Director for Regulation, Environment and Waste Services forms part of our agreed Governance process with the managing authority, Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government (MHCLG)

The post has now been superseded by the Interim Service Director Environment, Highways and Waste and delegated power now defers to the relevant post-holder.

The Sustainable Energy in Public Buildings Steering Group and Project Board have recommended and endorsed the project at The Courtyard Theatre, Hereford for Grant funding.

Approval of the grant will contribute capital expenditure and outputs against the project budget and targets respectively, as agreed in the project funding agreement and subsequent approved project change requests.

ERDF Sustainable Energy in Public Buildings funding supports the installation of low carbon measures across the Marches public estate, which will reduce revenue costs, contribute to carbon emissions targets and enhance the local low carbon
economy.

Decision type: Non-key

Decision status: Recommendations Approved

Notice of proposed decision first published: 17/11/2021

Decision due: 17 November 2021 by Interim Service Director – Highways, Environment & Waste

Contact: Phil Crossland, Interim Service Director Environment, Highways and Waste Email: Phil.Crossland@herefordshire.gov.uk Tel: 01432 260786.

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