Leader's Urgent Decisions and Cabinet Member Decisions

This page contains a comprehensive record of all Leader's Urgent Decisions. It also shows Cabinet Members' Decisions from December 2016 onwards. To search for earlier Cabinet Members' Decisions click on Search Committee Documents then filter by committee, choosing the 'Cabinet Members' Decisions' option.

Decisions published

08/03/2019 - Appointment of Short Term Supplier for Fleet to the In-House Repairs Service ref: 3836    Recommendations Approved

This report recommends the appointment of a supplier by direct award to provide vehicles for a period of 12 months with a possible extension of 3 months to ensure service continuity from April 2019 onwards.

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Housing

Decision published: 28/03/2019

Effective from: 08/03/2019

Decision:

The Cabinet Member for Housing is recommended to:

1.    Approve the appointment of Northgate Vehicle Hire Ltd under the direct award under the District CIC framework agreement to provide a fleet service to H & F Maintenance, including the provision of vehicles, livery, racking, servicing and maintenance.  The contract will commence on 17 April 2019 with an expiry date of 16 April 2020.  The estimated value of the contract is up to £120,000 per annum for 2019/20, with provision for an extension of up to three months.

2.    Note that this a supply contract based on the need of the in-house service team as it develops over the financial year.  This means that the contract value is not fixed but estimated.  The cost of the contract will not exceed the estimated value of £150,000 for the full 15 month period.

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Mark Meehan


07/03/2019 - Appointment of Short Term Electrical Works Contractor ref: 3837    Recommendations Approved

This report recommends the appointment of a contractor by direct award to deliver specialist electrical services for a period of 12 months with a possible 3-month extension if required, to ensure service continuity from April 2019 onwards.

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Housing

Decision published: 28/03/2019

Effective from: 07/03/2019

Decision:

The Cabinet Member for Housing is recommended to:

1.    Approve the appointment of ABCA Systems Ltd under the direct award under the Fusion 21 framework agreement to provide service delivery of electrical works including the installation, repair and maintenance of electrical security systems, aerial and tv systems and any other specialist electrical works not covered by the general repairs contracts.  The contract will commence on 17 April 2019.  The estimated value of the contract is up to £1.04m per annum for 2019/20, with provision for an extension of up to three months.

2.    Note that this a term contract and as such there are no guarantees of levels of work for the contractor.  This means that the contract value is not fixed but estimated.  The cost of the contract will not exceed the estimated value of £1,300,000 for the full 15 month period.

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Richard Buckley


15/03/2019 - Contract Award - Appointment of Electrical Testing and Certification Contractor ref: 3832    Recommendations Approved

This paper recommends the appointment of Mcintyre Electrical Limited to deliver electrical testing, including resulting C1 and C2 works and Electrical Installation Certification reports to tenanted properties.

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Housing

Decision published: 25/03/2019

Effective from: 15/03/2019

Decision:

It is recommended that the Cabinet Member for Housing approves the Award of a term contract for Electrical Testing and Certification to Mcintyre Electrical Limited at an estimated value of up to £500,000 per annum to deliver services to council housing properties for a period of 12 months from 17th April 2019, with provision for an extension of up to 3 months, at a further estimated value of £125,000. The total cost of the contract will not exceed the estimated value of £625,000 for the full 15 month period.

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Richard Buckley


07/03/2019 - DIRECT AWARD OF CONTRACT TO DELIVER IMPACT PROJECT CASE PROGRESSION SERVICES ref: 3826    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Deputy Leader

Decision published: 13/03/2019

Effective from: 07/03/2019

Decision:

That the Deputy Leader, acting on advice from the Director of Residents’ Services, approves a waiver under the Contract Standing Orders (CSO) 3.1 in relation to the competition requirements of CSO 10.2 and CSO 11.2 (to either call off a framework or to advertise the contract and seek public quotations) The justification for the waiver is that the contract for these services is required in circumstances of extreme urgency that could not reasonably have been foreseen and  it is in the council’s overall interest to waiver the competition requirements to permit a direct award of this contract.

 

That the Deputy Leader approves the direct award of the Impact Project Case Progression Services contract to Standing Together Against Domestic Violence for a period of one year from 1st April 2019 to 31st March 2020 at a cost of £25,000.


07/03/2019 - DIRECT AWARD of CONTRACT TO DELIVER IMPACT INDEPENDENT DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ADVOCACY SERVICES ref: 3827    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Deputy Leader

Decision published: 13/03/2019

Effective from: 07/03/2019

Decision:

That the Deputy Leader, acting on advice from the Strategic Director of Residents’ Services, approves a waiver under the Contract Standing Orders (CSO) 3.1 in relation to the competition requirements of CSO 10.2 and CSO 11.2 (to either call off a framework or to advertise the contract and seek public quotations) The justification for the waiver is that this is a contract for services that are required in circumstances of extreme urgency that could not have reasonably been foreseen and that it is in the council’s overall interest.

That the Deputy Leader approves the direct award of a contract to Advance Advocacy Services to deliver Independent Domestic Violence Advocacy Services for the Impact Project for a period of one year from 1st April 2019 to 31st March 2020 at a cost of £75,000.

 


04/03/2019 - CONTROLLED PARKING ZONE A – RIVERSIDE AREA PARKING REVIEW CONSULTATION RESULTS ref: 3823    Recommendations Approved

In May/June 2018, a parking review and consultation was carried out in a sub section of Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) A, located in the Hammersmith Broadway Ward. The collection of streets bound by the River Thames, Fulham Palace Road and Hammersmith Flyover is referred to as ‘the riverside area’.

This report details the results of the public consultation held in May/June 2018 and provides feedback on the current parking situation in the riverside area of CPZ A. It explains the views of some residents and businesses who responded to the consultation on aspects of visitors’ parking restrictions, such as days in which the controls operate, hours of control and the maximum stay period for pay & display visitors. The consultation also provided the opportunity for respondents to vote for permit holder only parking.

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for the Environment

Decision published: 12/03/2019

Effective from: 04/03/2019

Decision:

To extend the hours that shared use parking bays operate until 10pm, Monday – Sunday in streets located in the riverside area.

 

To reduce the maximum stay period for pay and display parking to 2 hours in the riverside area.

 

To undertake a review of single yellow lines in the riverside area with a view to increasing permit parking capacity.

 

To consider further consultation with streets on the periphery of the Riverside area if parking displacement occurs as a result of the changes recommended.

 

 

Wards affected: Hammersmith Broadway;

Lead officer: Carl Gellard


02/03/2017 - Enterprise Development Project: Purchase Specialist Services ref: 3820    Recommendations Approved

A borough based social enterprise, alongside it’s sponsors and partners has answered a challenge by Economic Development Learning & Skills to develop a two-year borough-based business support programme; building on third party contributions of £130,000.

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for the Economy and the Arts

Decision published: 11/03/2019

Effective from: 02/03/2017

Decision:

1.    To approve a waiver to H&F Contract Standing Orders (under CSO 3) for the requirement to complete a competitive tendering exercise (advertise the opportunity and seek 3 quotations) according to the requirement under CSO’s 11.2;

 

2.    That Cabinet approve the waiving of Contract Standing Order to seek a sole tender from Petite Miracles Interiors Ltd (“Petite Miracles”) to the value of no more than £50,000 to deliver an Enterprise Support Programme contract for a period of 2 years commencing on 27 March 2017 to 31st March 2019.

 

3.    That Cabinet agree to delegate the decision to extend the contract for a further 12 months if required to the Director for Housing Strategy and Growth. 

 

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Antonia Hollingsworth


04/12/2018 - Remedial Structural Works and External Refurbishment to 600 & 602 Fulham Road, SW6 5PA ref: 3818    Recommendations Approved

This report seeks approval to enter into a contract with Thomas Sinden Ltd to carry out remedial structural works and external refurbishment to 600 and 602 Fulham Road SW6

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Housing

Decision published: 08/03/2019

Effective from: 04/12/2018

Decision:

1.    To approve a waiver of the usual tendering requirements of Contract Standing Orders (CSO) 10 for the appointment of works contractors for Housing Premises pursuant to CSO 3, to allow appointment through an EU-compliant framework of a contractor for 600 and 602 Fulham Road SW6, on the grounds that this would be in the Council’s overall interests.

 

2.    That approval is given to award a contract to Thomas Sinden Ltd in the sum [detailed in the exempt report] for the remedial structural works and external refurbishment of 600 and 602 Fulham Road SW6. The contract is expected to start on 5th December 2018 and complete on 31st May 2019.

 

3.    To approve a waiver of the usual tendering requirements of Contract Standing Orders (CSO) 10 for the appointment of multi-disciplinary consultants for the project at 600 and 602 Fulham Road SW6 pursuant to CSO 3 on the grounds that this would be in the Council’s overall interests.

 

4.    To approve the continued appointment of John Rowan and Partners as multi-disciplinary consultants for the project at 600 and 602 Fulham Road SW6, (originally engaged under approval from the Strategic Director, Growth and Place for contract appointments under £25,000 due to urgent circumstances). The estimated total fee is [detailed in the exempt report].

Wards affected: Town;

Lead officer: Mark Brayford


01/03/2019 - Modernisation of 3 Lifts on the Clem Attlee Estate ref: 3817    Recommendations Approved

This report seeks approval to let a contract to modernise the existing passenger lifts serving two blocks on the Clem Attlee Estate SW6, Stafford Cripps House and Ellen Wilkinson House.

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Housing

Decision published: 08/03/2019

Effective from: 01/03/2019

Decision:

1.    That approval is given to award a contract for replacement of the lifts on the Clem Attlee Estate to Rubax Lifts Ltd in the sum stated in the exempt report for an anticipated contract period of 41 weeks.

 

2.    That approval is given to the inclusion of a contingency sum stated in the exempt report in the overall budget, making a total sum for approval as stated in the exempt report.

 

3.     To note that this award is subject to completion of consultation with affected leaseholders under Section 20 of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1985.

Wards affected: Avonmore and Brook Green;

Lead officer: Vince Conway


04/03/2019 - Direct award for the delivery of ‘Good Sexual Health for People with Learning Disabilities’ contract to Image in Action ref: 3816    Recommendations Approved

To approve the direct award of the contract, ‘Good Sexual Health for People with Learning Disabilities’ to the current provider, Image in Action, for one year from 1 April 2019

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Health and Adult Social Care

Decision published: 06/03/2019

Effective from: 04/03/2019

Decision:

1.1.       That the Cabinet Member for Health and Adult Social Care, acting on advice from the Strategic Director for Social Care, approves a waiver to the council’s CSOs under CSO 3.1 for the requirement to advertise and competitively tender as set out in CSO 10.2.

 

1.2.        That the Cabinet Member for Health and Adult Social Care approves the direct award of a contract to Image in Action to deliver the ‘Good Sexual Health for People with Learning Disabilities’ contract from 1 April 2019 to 31 March 2020.

 

1.3.        That the Cabinet Member for Health and Adult Social Care notes and ratifies the direct award of a contract to Image in Action to deliver ‘Good Sexual Health for People with Learning Disabilities’ from 1 April 2018 to 31 March 2019.

 

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Charly Williams


04/03/2019 - Final Report Of The Older People's Commission ref: 3800    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 04/03/2019 - Cabinet

Decision published: 06/03/2019

Effective from: 11/03/2019

Decision:

That the Cabinet endorses the recommendations of the Older People’s Commission and commends the report to stakeholders and partners.

 


04/03/2019 - Decision To Join A Government And London Councils Sponsored Company To Centralise The Procurement Of Temporary Accommodation Leased From Private Landlords ref: 3802    For Determination

Capital Letters is an ambitious Government and London Councils sponsored scheme to centralise the procurement of Temporary Accommodation and Private Rented accommodation from private landlords. The business plan has now been finalised and Boroughs have the opportunity to seek Councillor approval to become founding members.

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 04/03/2019 - Cabinet

Decision published: 06/03/2019

Effective from: 11/03/2019

Decision:

1.    That Members delegate authority to the Chief Housing Officer and the Strategic Director, Finance, and Governance in consultation with the Cabinet Member for Housing to enter into the required membership agreements and contracts including the nomination of an officer to be a director to sit on the Board of the new company if considered appropriate.

 

2.    That Members note that a further report will be presented concerning the contract to be awarded to the new company and associated arrangements once the company is established.

 

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Nicky Pooni


04/03/2019 - Direct Award Of Health Visiting And School Nursing Contracts ref: 3810    For Determination

School Nursing & Health Visiting contract with CLCH - Direct Award for 2 years.

The current contract terminates on 31st March 2019. It was agreed as a temporary extension for period 1st September 2018 to 31st March 2019 to allow the Authority time to negotiate a longer term contract with CLCH that would fully restore the service.

 

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 04/03/2019 - Cabinet

Decision published: 06/03/2019

Effective from: 11/03/2019

Decision:

1.    That Cabinet grants a waiver of the usual tendering requirements of Contract Standing Orders (CSO) on the grounds of extreme urgency and because this is in the Council’s overall interests, as provided for in CSO 3, in relation to the School Nursing Service and the Health Visiting Service.

 

2.    That Cabinet approves a direct award of contract to Central London Community Healthcare NHS Trust (CLCH) from 1 April 2019 to 31 March 2020 with provision for four contract extensions each of three months at the contract price set out in the exempt appendix.

 

3.    That Cabinet delegates to the Strategic Director of Social Care & Public Services Reform in consultation with Cabinet Member for Health and Adult Social Care the decisions on whether the contract extensions set out in paragraph 2 should be exercised.

 

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Peter Woods


04/03/2019 - Community Schools Programme - approval of school renewal strategy and procurement of inclusive design team ref: 3808    For Determination

The report sets out the rationale for a self-funding programme to renew the borough's primary school estate and procure design advice on Flora Gardens and Avonmore Primary schools

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 04/03/2019 - Cabinet

Decision published: 06/03/2019

Effective from: 11/03/2019

Decision:

1.      That Cabinet approves the strategic case for a school renewal programme which has three core aims:

 

·                    to re-provide modern, fit for purpose schools to support the borough’s ambition to give children the best start in life;

·                    to support the funding of education in Hammersmith and Fulham including the future repair and planned maintenance requirements across the school community; and

·                    to fund school development through the creation of badly needed affordable housing which will help maintain the borough’s vibrant social mix.

 

2.      That Cabinet approves Flora Gardens Primary School and Avonmore Primary Schools being the first projects within this programme and that further work be undertaken to produce a business case and proceed to planning application stage as appropriate.

 

3.      That Cabinet approve the procurement strategy to appoint a design team, client design advisor, and cost consultant for the re-provision of Flora Gardens Primary School and Avonmore Primary School as set out in the exempt Appendix A, and delegate the decision as to which of the two recommended frameworks to use to the Strategic Director for Growth and Place.

 

4.      That Cabinet approves associated budget of up to £2,534,757 required for the initial business case, design and survey costs.

 

5.      That Cabinet approves the design and survey costs of up to £2,534,757 will be funded from grants, developer contributions and reserves and delegates identification and approval of funding to the Strategic Director of Finance and Governance in consultation with the Cabinet Member for Finance and Commercial Services.

 

6.      That Cabinet approves the initial allocation of £506,000 of the total £2,534,757, from unallocated capital grant balances to fund design and survey costs to RIBA stage 1 (outline scheme plan).

 

7.      That Cabinet delegates the decision to commit expenditure to progress from RIBA stage 1 (outline scheme plan) to RIBA stage 3 (developed design) to the Strategic Director for Growth and Place, in consultation with the Strategic Director for Finance and Governance and the Strategic Director for Children’s Services.

 

8.      To delegate the award of the contract for design services to the Strategic Director for Growth and Place in consultation with the Cabinet Member for the Economy and the Arts.

 

9.      That Cabinet notes the recommended approach to stakeholder and resident engagement in the design process.

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: David Burns, Nick Kimber


04/03/2019 - Approval To Draw Down Section 106 Receipts To Fund The Activities Of The Work Matters (Employment & Skills) And Business Investment Teams 2018-2020 ref: 3801    For Determination

Approval sought for financial years 2018/19 and 2109/20

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 04/03/2019 - Cabinet

Decision published: 06/03/2019

Effective from: 11/03/2019

Decision:

1.    To approve the drawdown of Section 106 funding to support the following services:

Employment and Skills (Work Matters)

·         2018/19: £486,200   - relevant s106 ref AKA: 733/827

·         2019/20: £570,900   - relevant s106 ref AKA: 733/827

Business Investment and Growth

·      2018/19: £406,000   - relevant s106 ref AKA 733/777

·      2019/20: £607,100   - relevant s106 ref AKA 733/777

 

2.    To note that the drawdown for 2019/20 includes additional funding to support increased activity, including the Extended Markets programme and the Supply Chain project.

 

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Billy Seago


04/03/2019 - Award Of Contract For Contracts And Procurement Legal Advice ref: 3806    For Determination

To award the contract to Sharpe Pritchard Solicitors for contract and procurement legal advice from 1st April 2019.

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 04/03/2019 - Cabinet

Decision published: 06/03/2019

Effective from: 11/03/2019

Decision:

1.    That the Council call off the London Boroughs Legal Alliance (“LBLA”) Framework in order to award a 12 months contract for contract and procurement legal advice from 1st April 2019.

 

2.    That Cabinet award a contract to Sharpe Pritchard Solicitors for contract and procurement legal advice from 1st April 2019 and that the value of the contract outlined in the exempt appendix A be noted.

 

3.    That authority be delegated to the Assistant Director of Legal and Democratic Services, in consultation with the Cabinet Member for Finance and Commercial Services, to finalise the terms and conditions of this contract and to take any other necessary steps to implement the decision in 2 above.

 

 

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Rhian Davies


04/03/2019 - Purchase The Former White City Health Centre On White City Estate From NHS Property Services ref: 3809    For Determination

The council intends to acquire the former White City Health Centre for inclusion in a wider redevelopment proposition of existing Council assets at New Zealand Way. The site is owned by NHS Property Services.

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 04/03/2019 - Cabinet

Decision published: 06/03/2019

Effective from: 11/03/2019

Decision:

1.            To agree to delegate authority to the Strategic Director of Growth & Place in consultation with the Cabinet Member for the Economy and the Arts, the Cabinet Member for Housing and the Assistant Director of Legal and Democratic Services, to negotiate with the NHS Property Services and finalise any legal documents necessary to complete the purchase of the site.

 

2.            To acquire the White City Health Centre and note that the initial valuation set out in the exempt Appendix 2 is subject to further negotiations. The authority to commit to this budget to purchase the site is partly from the existing approved capital budget for Decent Neighbourhood Schemes.

 

3.            To approve an addition to the Capital Programme Decent Neighbourhood Schemes to be funded from RtB 1-4-1 receipts and borrowing in respect of this purchase. 

 

Wards affected: Outside the Borough;

Lead officer: Ayesha Ovaisi


04/03/2019 - Costs of the interim housing repairs delivery model ref: 3807    For Determination

This report details the costs of the new repairs model that will replace the Mitie contract from 17th April 2019

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 04/03/2019 - Cabinet

Decision published: 06/03/2019

Effective from: 11/03/2019

Decision:

1          To approve a one-off annual revenue budget of £22.2m for the interim repairs model, of which £18.1m will be funded from existing Property & Compliance division budgets within the Housing Revenue Account for 2019/20 and £4.1m will be funded as a one-off appropriation from the Housing Revenue Account General Reserve.

 

2          To approve additional implementation and mobilisation costs of £782,000, in additional to the £930,000 already approved by Cabinet. The additional £782,000 will be funded from the Housing Revenue Account Transformation earmarked reserve.

 

3          To approve the transfer of the Housing Revenue Account Parking Charges Review earmarked reserve balance of £500,000 to the Transformation earmarked reserve.

 

4          To approve (within the annual revenue budget of £18.1m supplemented by a one-off reserve payment of £4.1m, referred to above) the creation of the following posts:

 

(a) the new Customer Service Centre posts, detailed in section 4.5, at a cost of £1,700,491 per annum

(b) the new posts within the Council’s in-house Direct Labour Organisation (DLO), detailed in section 4.23, at a cost of £2,351,960 per annum

(c) the new posts within Growth and Place’s clienting structure, detailed in section 4.30 at a cost of £607,319

 

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Mark Brayford, William Shanks


04/03/2019 - Business Case & Procurement Strategy In Relation To The Procurement Of A Landscape Contractor For Frank Banfield Park ref: 3805    For Determination

This report requests permission to tender works to create a community garden at Frank Banfield Park, at a cost of £300k. It also requests permission to delegate authority to appoint the winning tenderer to the Cabinet member for Resident’s services. The works will be wholly funded using S106 monies, previously agree by Cabinet and confirmed by the Planning department.

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 04/03/2019 - Cabinet

Decision published: 06/03/2019

Effective from: 11/03/2019

Decision:

1.    That in accordance with the Council’s Contracts Standing Orders 8.12 and 10.2 Cabinet approves the Business Case & Procurement Strategy for the procurement of a contractor complete landscaping works at Frank Banfield Park as set out in Appendix 1.

 

2.    To note that the works have an estimated value of £300,000.

 

Wards affected: Fulham Reach;

Lead officer: Heather Marsh


04/03/2019 - Business Case & Procurement Strategy: The Procurement Of LED Lighting For Residential Blocks And Estate Column Lighting ref: 3804    For Determination

The project will replace the existing Halogen Lighting with LED on all block and estate lighting. The benefits are longer lasting,lower energy costs, and reducing our carbon footprint

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 04/03/2019 - Cabinet

Decision published: 06/03/2019

Effective from: 11/03/2019

Decision:

1.    That the existing residential block and estate lighting be replaced with LED equivalent which is consistent with the Council’s aim of being the Greenest Borough in the Country.

 

2.    That the Business Case and Procurement Strategy for LED Lighting for Residential Blocks and Estate Column Lighting procurement (at Appendix 1) be approved.

 

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Steve Glazebrook


04/03/2019 - Business Case & Procurement Strategy In Relation To Lightning Protection ref: 3803    For Determination

Scheme will protect Council residential buildings 4 storey's and above with protection against Lightning

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 04/03/2019 - Cabinet

Decision published: 06/03/2019

Effective from: 11/03/2019

Decision:

1.    That following completion of the remaining surveys and due to the specialist nature of the work a restrictive procurement exercise be implemented to carry out lightning protection remedial work to all Council blocks of residential dwellings that do not comply with current regulations.

 

2.    That the expenditure of £472,000 be approved.

 

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Steve Glazebrook


04/03/2019 - Direct award for the delivery of Healthy Schools and Healthy Early Years Programme to Health Education Partnership ref: 3815    Recommendations Approved

To approve the appointment of Health Education Partnership to continue delivering the Healthy Schools and Healthy Early Years Programme for one year from 1 April 2019, following expiry of the current contract on 31 March 2019.

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Health and Adult Social Care

Decision published: 06/03/2019

Effective from: 04/03/2019

Decision:

1.1.       That the Cabinet Member for Health and Adult Social Care, acting on advice from the Strategic Director of Social Care, approves a waiver to the council’s CSOs under CSO 3.1 for the requirement to advertise and competitively tender, as set out in CSO 10.2.

 

1.2.        That the Cabinet Member for Health and Adult Social Care approves the direct award of a contract to Health Education Partnership to deliver the Healthy Schools and Healthy Early Years Programme from 1 April 2019 to 31 March 2020.

 

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Charly Williams


16/01/2019 - Contract Award Report: Repair and Maintenance Services – Lot 3 ref: 3813    Recommendations Approved

This report recommends putting in place an interim solution to ensure we provide a responsive repairs service to residents. A conventional procurement exercise will take place in parallel to procure a contractor or contractors for the longer-term. A Cabinet report will outline this process in due course.

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Housing

Decision published: 05/03/2019

Effective from: 16/01/2019

Decision:

It is recommended that the Cabinet Member for Housing:

 

1.    Accept officers’ recommendations that a repairs and maintenance contract be awarded to the following contractor as identified below:-

 

2.    Award the contract for Lot 3 (covering SW6 and SW10) Housing Repairs and Maintenance to Chigwell London Ltd at an estimated value [detailed in the exempt report], for a period of 12 months with provision for an extension of up to 3 months from 17th April 2019.

 

3.    Note that the price of this contract may increase by up to 10% as the costs of TUPE transfer become clear and approve a contingency sum of this amount for this purpose.

 

4.    Appoint Chigwell London Ltd as the reserve contractor for Lot 1 as described in paragraph 6.15 of the report.

 

5.    Note that the award of contract cannot be made until the conclusion of the S.20 consultation referred to in section 7 of the report.

 

(the full recommendations can be found in the exempt report)

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Mark Brayford


16/01/2019 - Contract Award Report: Repair and Maintenance Services – Lot 2 ref: 3812    Recommendations Approved

This report recommends putting in place an interim solution to ensure we can provide a responsive repairs service to residents. A conventional procurement exercise will take place in parallel to procure a contractor or contractors for the longer-term. A Cabinet report will outline this process in due course.

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Housing

Decision published: 05/03/2019

Effective from: 16/01/2019

Decision:

It is recommended that the Cabinet Member for Housing:

 

1.    Accept officers’ recommendations that a repairs and maintenance contract be awarded to the following contractor as identified below:-

 

2.    Award the contract for Lot 2 (covering W11, W6 and W14) Housing Repairs and Maintenance to Wates Living Space at an estimated value [detailed in the exempt report] for a period of 12 months with provision for an extension of up to 3 months from 17th April 2019. 

 

3.    Note that the price of this contract may increase by up to 10% as the costs of TUPE transfer become clear and approve a contingency sum of this amount for this purpose.

 

4.    Appoint Wates Living Space as the reserve contractor for Lot 3 as described in paragraph 6.15 of the report.

 

5.    Note that the award of contract cannot be made until the conclusion of the S.20 consultation referred to in section 7 of the report.

 

(the full recommendations can be found in the exempt report)

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Mark Brayford


16/01/2019 - Contract Award Report: Repair and Maintenance Services – Lot 1 ref: 3811    Recommendations Approved

This report enables an interim repairs solution to be put in place to ensure we provide a responsive repairs service to residents. A conventional procurement exercise will take place in parallel to procure a contractor or contractors for the longer-term. A Cabinet report will outline this process in due course.

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Housing

Decision published: 05/03/2019

Effective from: 16/01/2019

Decision:

It is recommended that the Cabinet Member for Housing:

 

1.    Accept officers’ recommendations that a repairs and maintenance contract be awarded to the following contractor as identified below:-

 

2.    Award the contract for Lot 1 (covering NW10, W12 and W3) Housing Repairs and Maintenance to Mears Ltd at an estimated value [in the exempt report] for a period of 12 months with provision for an extension of up to 3 months from 17th April 2019.

 

3.    Note that the price of this contract may increase by up to 10% as the costs of TUPE transfer become clear and approve a contingency sum of this amount for this purpose.

 

4.    Appoint Mears Limited as the reserve contractor for Lot 2 as described in paragraph 6.15 of the report.

 

5.    Note that the award of contract cannot be made until the conclusion of the S.20 consultation referred to in section 7 of the report.

 

(the full recommendations can be found in the exempt report)

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Mark Brayford


05/03/2019 - APPOINTMENT OF DIRECTORS TO THE LBHF JOINT VENTURE LIMITED ref: 3799    Recommendations Approved

This report records the Leader’s decision to appoint Sharon Lea, Director for Resident’s Services, and Mathew Sales, Programme Manager – Chief Executive’s Office as Directors to the Board of Directors of the LBHF Joint Venture Limited.

Decision Maker: Leader of the Council

Decision published: 05/03/2019

Effective from: 05/03/2019

Decision:

1.    That Sharon Lea, Director for Resident’s Services, and Mathew Sales, Programme Manager – Chief Executive’s Office be appointed as Directors to the Board of Directors of the LBHF Joint Venture Limited.

 

2.    That it be noted that Emily Hill is to resign after the next Board meeting.

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Clare O'Connor


18/02/2019 - Contract Award: Appointment of Domestic Gas Contractor ref: 3798    Recommendations Approved

The report recommends award of a contract for Domestic Gas Repairs and Maintenance to K&T Heating Services Limited at an estimated value of up to £2.5million per annum to deliver services to tenanted properties for a period of 12 months, with provision for an extension of up to 3 months, from 17th April 2019.

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Housing

Decision published: 04/03/2019

Effective from: 18/02/2019

Decision:

It is recommended that the Cabinet Member for Housing approves:

 

The Award of a contract for Domestic Gas Repairs and Maintenance to K&T Heating Services Limited at an estimated value of up to £2.5million per annum to deliver services to tenanted properties for a period of 12 months, with provision for an extension of up to 3 months, from 17th April 2019.

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Steve Glazebrook


18/02/2019 - Contract Award: Appointment of Communal Gas Contractor ref: 3797    Recommendations Approved

The report recommends award of a contract for Communal Gas Repairs to K&T Heating Services Limited in respect of communal heating schemes and plant rooms at housing properties at an estimated annual value of up to £2.2million, for a period of 12 months with provision to extend for an extra 3 months, from 17th April 2019.

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Housing

Decision published: 04/03/2019

Effective from: 18/02/2019

Decision:

It is recommended that the Cabinet Member for Housing approves:

 

The Award of a contract for Communal Gas Repairs to K&T Heating Services Limited in respect of communal heating schemes and plant rooms at housing properties at an estimated annual value of up to £2.2million, for a period of 12 months with provision to extend for an extra 3 months, from 17th April 2019.

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Steve Glazebrook