Decisions

Decisions published

22/06/2022 - The Procurement of Framework Agreements & servicing contracts for the provision of small value Asset Management And Property related services respectively ref: 1896    Recommendations Approved (subject to call-in)

To seek authority to conduct a tender processes for the procurement of a four-year framework agreement and call-off contracts thereunder relating to the supply of :

1. Minor maintenance and property related works for servicing, reactive works and project work– estimated spend £2,560,000
2. Servicing, repair and maintenance - estimated value of spend £2,740,000

The council’s total estimated aggregate spend under the proposed framework agreement is £5.3m

Decision Maker: Deputy Leader and Cabinet Member - Finance and Change

Decision published: 22/06/2022

Effective from: 30/06/2022

Decision:

In coming to this decision I have given due and full regard to the requirements of the public sector equality duty contained in section 149 of the Equality Act 2010 (“the Act”) by reference to the law itself.

 

Having fully considered all the available information, I have decided to reject the alternative options and take the recommended decision to:

 

Delegate authority to the Assistant Director of Asset Management & Property Services, in consultation with the Cabinet Member for Finance and Change and the Executive Director of Corporate Resources to:

 

1.    Conduct a competitive procurement process in respect of a four-year Minor Works, Servicing and Reactive Maintenance Works Framework Agreement relating to the supply of:

 

(a)       minor servicing, repair, maintenance and other project and property related works, where the value of such works under any individual framework call-off contract shall not exceed £15,000 (estimated value of spend £2,560,000).

(b)  servicing, repair and maintenance works in respect of council managed properties, where the value of such works under any individual framework call-off contract shall not exceed £200,000 (estimated value of spend £2,740,000). 

 

Such Framework Agreement shall be divided into 33 Lots, each one allocated to a specific category of servicing, repair and/or property related maintenance.  Each such Lot shall be divided into six Sub-Lots, each one allocated to one of the six Gloucestershire districts.  (See appendix 1)

 

(b)  Appoint each of the preferred tenderers to the relevant Lot and Sub-Lot under the proposed Framework Agreement.

 

(c)  Procure and award as many Call-Off Contracts as may be required by the council under the relevant Lots and Sub-Lots of the proposed Minor Works, Servicing and Reactive Maintenance Works Framework Agreement, whose combined aggregate values shall not exceed £5.3m.

 

(d)  For the reasons set out in the report

 

Lead officer: Steve Mawson


22/06/2022 - Gloucestershire County Council’s submission to the Multiply Programme element of the UK Shared Prosperity Fund ref: 1897    Recommendations Approved (subject to call-in)

To approve submission of a Local Investment Plan for consideration by the Department for Education for the delivery of the Multiply programme as part of the UK Shared Prosperity Fund.

The Local Investment Plan will outline how Gloucestershire County Council will deliver the £2.7m Multiply programme over a 3-year academic funding year period.

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member - Education, Skills and Bus Transport

Decision published: 22/06/2022

Effective from: 30/06/2022

Decision:

In coming to this decision I have given due and full regard to the requirements of the public sector equality duty contained in section 149 of the Equality Act 2010 (“the Act”) by reference to the law itselfand also the relevant Equality Impact Assessment, which was prepared in accordance with the requirements of the Act.

 

Having fully considered all the available information, I have decided to reject the alternative options and take the recommended decision to:

 

a)    Agree the areas of focus outlined in paragraph 10 of this report.

 

b)    Delegate authority to the Executive Director of Economy, Environment, and Infrastructure to:

 

              i.        Further develop and finalise Gloucestershire County Council’s Local Investment Plan in consultation with the Cabinet Member for Education, Skills, and Bus Transport.

 

            ii.        Submit the Local Investment Plan to the Department for Education no later than its deadline of 30 June 2022.

 

For the reasons set out in the report.

 

Lead officer: Colin Chick


15/06/2022 - Gloucestershire Statement of Common Ground - Strategic Planning ref: 1880    Recommendations Approved

To seek approval of the Draft Gloucestershire Statement of Common Ground. This would enable work to commence on an ‘Action Plan’ to advance the agreements outlined within the Gloucestershire Statement of Common Ground covering Strategic Planning issues within the county.

 

Any representations should be sent to:

Name: Ben Watts

Telephone: 01452 426771

Email: ben.watts@gloucestershire.gov.uk  By 5pm on 8 June 2022

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member - Environment and Planning

Decision published: 15/06/2022

Effective from: 23/06/2022

Decision:

In coming to this decision I have given due and full regard to the requirements of the public sector equality duty contained in section 149 of the Equality Act 2010 (“the Act”) by reference to the law itself.

 

Having fully considered all the available information, I have decided to reject the alternative options and take the recommended decision to:

 

Approve the DRAFT Gloucestershire Statement of Common Ground, delegate authority to sign the final version once it has been formally agreed by each of the partners and delegate authority to the Executive Director of Economy, Environment and Infrastructure in consultation with the Cabinet Member for Environment and Planning to approve future minor changes to the document.

 

 

 

For the reasons set out in the report

Lead officer: Colin Chick


15/06/2022 - Gloucestershire County Council’s partnership agreement with Gloucester City Council, Cheltenham Borough Council and Tewkesbury Borough Council in relation to the Joint Strategic Plan. ref: 1881    Recommendations Approved

The Joint Core Strategy (JCS) is part of the statutory development plan for Gloucestershire and heavily influences the quantum and future location of future growth in the JCS area. The purpose of this report is to confirm Gloucestershire County Council’s (GCC’s) participation in relation to the current review of the JCS, including the signing of a formal Partnership Agreement between GCC and the three local planning authorities.

 

Any representations should be sent to:

Name: Ben Watts

Telephone: 01452 426771

Email: ben.watts@gloucestershire.gov.uk  By 5pm on 8 June 2022

 

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member - Environment and Planning

Decision published: 15/06/2022

Effective from: 23/06/2022

Decision:

In coming to this decision I have given due and full regard to the requirements of the public sector equality duty contained in section 149 of the Equality Act 2010 (“the Act”) by reference to the law itself.

 

Having fully considered all the available information, I have decided to reject the alternative options and take the recommended decision:

 

To delegate authority to the Assistant Director for Planning and Economic Development (in consultation with the Cabinet Member for Environment and Planning) to sign and subsequently implement the JSP Partnership Agreement.

 

 

For the reasons set out in the report.

 

Lead officer: Simon Excell