Cllr Nick Housden sought Cabinet approval to conduct a competitive procurement process for the delivery of a community-based children and young people’s healthier lifestyles programme, from 1st April 2023. This service will work closely with children with obesity, and their families, to support them to make sustainable changes to their eating and physical activity habits, to achieve a healthier weight.
To delegate authority to award the contract to the preferred tenderer to the
Director of Public Health in consultation with the Lead Cabinet Member.
Having considered all of the information, Cabinet noted the report and
Delegate authority to the Director of Public Health, in consultation with the Lead Cabinet Member for Public Health and Communities to:
1. Conduct a competitive procurement process in respect of a contract
for the supply of a children and young people’s healthier lifestyles
programme. The proposed contract shall continue for an initial period
of five years and include an option to extend its term for a further
period of not more than three years,
2. Award such contract to the preferred tenderer, and
3. Determine whether to exercise the option to extend the contract for a
further period of not more than three years on the expiry of the initial