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Decisions

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Decisions published

15/09/2022 - Salford's Temporary Accommodation Allocations and Commissioning Policy. ref: 2190    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Statutory Deputy City Mayor & Lead Member for Housing Briefing

Made at meeting: 15/09/2022 - Statutory Deputy City Mayor & Lead Member for Housing Briefing

Decision published: 16/09/2022

Effective from: 27/09/2022

Decision:

Salford City Council - Record of Decision

 

I, Councillor Kelly, Statutory Deputy City Mayor and Lead Member for Housing, Property and Regeneration, in exercise of the powers contained within the Council Constitution, do hereby approve:

 

The Temporary Accommodation Allocations and Commissioning Policy

 

The Reasons are:

A temporary accommodation allocations and commissioning policy is not a legal requirement, but during a supreme court case local authorities were told that they should have policies for procuring and allocating temporary accommodation.

The production of the policy has been informed by key legislation and guidance – which can be found in appendix 1 of the policy.

The policy sets out how decisions around allocations will be made and how cases will be prioritised for these.

In addition, key considerations when commissioning temporary accommodation are described.

 

Options considered and rejected were:

No action – This would not be in line with supreme court findings or good practice.

 

Assessment of Risk:

Medium- this policy is not a legal requirement but has been informed by supreme case law.

 

The source of funding is: N/A

 

Legal Advice obtained: Frances McBride, Shared Legal Service

Whilst a policy in relation to the procurement of temporary accommodation is not a legal requirement, the proposed policy reflects the authority's statutory obligations, statutory guidance, current case law and good housing management practice

 

Financial Advice obtained: N/A

 

Procurement Advice obtained: N/A

 

HR Advice obtained: N/A

 

Climate Change Advice obtained: N/A

 

The following documents have been used to assist the decision process: N/A

 

Contact Officer:       Julie Craik                   Telephone number: 0161 793 2143

 

§  This decision is subject to consideration for briefing purposes by the Lead Member for Adult Services, Health and Wellbeing - The Lead Member is supportive of the decision.

 

§  The appropriate scrutiny to call-in the decision is the Growth & Prosperity Scrutiny Panel.                 

 

 

 

Signed:           Councillor Tracy Kelly                         Dated: _15.09.22

Statutory Deputy City Mayor and Lead Member for Housing, Property & Regeneration

 

 

This decision was published on 16.09.22

 

This decision will come into force at 4.00 p.m. on 26.09.22 unless it is called-in in accordance with the decision-making process rules.

 

 

 


14/09/2022 - Approval for an Exception to Contractual Standing Orders to enable One Heritage Tower Limited to award a contract for public realm works on Council owned land adjacent New Bridge Street, Greengate ref: 2187    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Procurement Board

Made at meeting: 14/09/2022 - Procurement Board

Decision published: 14/09/2022

Effective from: 23/09/2022

Decision:

Salford City Council - Record of Decision

 

I Councillor Hinds, Lead Member for Finance and Support Services and chairman of the Procurement Board, in exercise of the powers contained within the Council Constitution do hereby approve:

 

·      An exception to Contractual Standing Orders as permitted within the City Council Constitution for the reason(s) highlighted in the table below and the award of the Contract for public realm works on Council owned land adjacent New Bridge Street, Greengate, Salford as detailed in the table below:

 

Detail required

Answers

Title/Description of Contracted Service/Supply/Project

Public realm works to provide improved riverside walkway on Council owned land as an element of the works contract for delivery of One Heritage Tower residential development.

Name of Successful Contractor

Midgard Limited

Supplier Registration Number

(to be supplied by Corporate Procurement)

05718686

Type of organisation

(to be supplied by Corporate Procurement)

Private Limited Company

Status of Organisation

(to be supplied by Corporate Procurement)

SME

Contract Value (£)

c.£364,000 project element

Contract Duration

Works programmed at end of 4-year build programme.

Contract Start Date

01/12/2022

Contract End Date

01/11/2026

Optional Extension Period 1

Optional Extension Period 2

Who will approve each Extension Period?

Choose an item.

Contact Officer (Name & number)

Lead Service Group

Choose an item.

Reason for CSO Exception: The goods / services / works are only obtainable from one provider and there is no other provider available to allow genuine competition

Tick if it applies

Reason for CSO Exception: The execution of works or the supply of goods or services is controlled by a statutory body

Tick if it applies

Reason for CSO Exception: Delivers Best Value to the Council

Tick if it applies

Reason for CSO Exception: Special education, health or social care contracts, if it is considered in the Council’s best interests and to meet the Council’s obligations under relevant legislation

Tick if it applies

Reason for CSO Exception: The execution of works or the supply of goods and services is required so urgently as not to permit compliance with the requirements of competition

Tick if it applies

Reason for CSO Exception: Security works where the publication of documents or details in the tendering process could prejudice the security of SCC and Salford residents

Tick if it applies

Reason for CSO Exception: Procurements made through, or on behalf of, any consortium, local authority, statutory or similar body, provided that tenders or quotations are invited and contracts placed in accordance with national or EU legislation.

Tick if it applies

Funding Source

Choose an item.

Ethical Contractor (EC): Mayor’s Employment Charter

 

EC: Committed to sign up to the Charter

EC: Accredited Living Wage Employer

 

The reasons are

·         One Heritage Tower Limited are developing the land in their ownership under an approved residential planning consent (subject to completion of a Section 106 Agreement), to include improvements to the walkway land fronting the river required as a planning condition, which they are going to lease from the Council.

·         One Heritage Tower Limited will be appointing a contractor to develop this area with the inclusion of the walkway land. The walkway works, at a cost estimated at £364,000, will be included in one works package as part of One Heritage Tower Limited’s tender process to appoint a contractor.

·         An exception to CSO’s for works to the walkway land will offer value for money for the Council as the developer will be undertaking the public realm works at its own expense and by undertaking a tender process for the full scheme with the walkway works included the developer will secure economies of scale and only be dealing with one contractor. 

 

Options considered and rejected were

 

To complete the land transaction without an explicit obligation on the developer to complete the public realm works.

 

Assessment of risk

Low. The works will be undertaken at One Heritage Tower Limited’s cost under a building licence and Agreement for Lease. The works will not be commenced until a Section 106 Agreement has been completed and the lease will only be granted on delivery of the public realm works to an agreed timescale and specification.

 

The source of funding is

Works to be funded by the developer, One Heritage Tower Limited.

 

Legal advice obtained

 

Supplied by Tony Hatton, Shared Legal Service

 

Ordinarily when commissioning contracts for the procurement of goods, services or the execution of works the Council as a ‘contracting authority’ must comply with the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (PCR) as well as the provisions of its own Contractual Standing Orders (CSO’s), Financial Regulations and the duties of Best and Social value. In addition, the PCR require that contracting authorities treat candidates equally and in a non-discriminatory way and act in a transparent manner, failing which the award of a contract may be subject to legal challenge.

 

In exceptional circumstances the Council may dispense with strict compliance of its CSO’s, and the report sets out the reasons for the request for the exception, in accordance with paragraph 3.1 of CSO’s. Whilst exceptions may be authorised by an approval from the Procurement Board, there is still a risk of challenge from aggrieved providers if the usual tender process has not been followed on the basis that it ought to have been advertised and put out to competition.

 

The risk of challenge increases with the value and duration of a proposed contract being awarded. The report sets out the reasons for the need to enter this contract, the benefits and value to the Council, and also states the reasons for the request for exception, such as offering value for money as the developer will be undertaking the public realm works at its own expense and by undertaking a tender process for the full scheme, and with the walkway works included the developer will secure economies of scale and only be dealing with one contractor..

 

Whilst the value of the works in the report are below threshold the PCR require that contracting authorities treat candidates equally and in a non-discriminatory way and act in a transparent manner, failing which the award of a contract may be subject to legal challenge.

The Council is also under a best value duty to carry out its functions economically, efficiently and effectively with the objective to achieve value for money in all public procurement. The Council has considered the circumstances in this matter and concluded that the recommendation to permit the developer to award the contract as part of the whole works package to be of least risk and of most benefit to the Council.

 

Financial advice obtained

Supplied by: David R Mills – Interim Strategic Finance Manager

There is a premium payment on commencement of a 999-year lease term with respect to this land, and the developer will be undertaking the public realm works at their expense.

 

Procurement advice obtained

Supplied by: Deborah Derbyshire x 6244

As with any exception there is always the risk of challenge but in this case the risk is relatively low.  As the walkway is owned by the Council and will be leased to the developer on completion of works, with rights reserved to the Council for public access to the walkway, it makes sense for the developer to include the walkway within the full scheme of works by appointing one contractor through their own procurement process which will ensure that SCC obtain value for money.  By approval of the exception from the Procurement Board the report will therefore comply with the contractual standing orders.

 

HR advice obtained N/A

 

Climate change implications obtained

Considered as part of the earlier report to Property & Regeneration Briefing approving lease terms.


 

Documents used

The following documents have been used to assist the decision process.

 

(if the documents disclose exempt or confidential information, they should not be listed, but the following wording shall be inserted: "(The relevant documents contain exempt or confidential information and are not available for public inspection)”: -

Contact details

Contact Officer:        John Nugent, Property Services

Telephone number: 0161 779 6072

 

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·         This matter is not subject to consideration by another Lead Member.

·         The appropriate Scrutiny Committee to call-in the decision is the Growth & Prosperity

 

Signed:         Cllr Bill Hinds           Dated:       14 September 2022.

                        Lead Member

 

FOR DEMOCRATIC SERVICES USE ONLY

 

*           This decision was published on 14 September 2022

*           This decision will come in force at 4.00 p.m. on 22 September 2022             unless it is called-in in accordance with the Decision Making Process Rules.

 


14/09/2022 - Street Lighting Cyclical Inspection and Maintenance programme ref: 2188    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Procurement Board

Made at meeting: 14/09/2022 - Procurement Board

Decision published: 14/09/2022

Effective from: 23/09/2022

Decision:

Salford City Council - Record of Decision

 

I Councillor Hinds, Lead Member for Finance and Support Services and chairman of the Procurement Board, in exercise of the powers contained within the Council Constitution do hereby approve:

 

·      The award of the Contract for Street Lighting Cyclic Maintenance services as detailed the table below:

Detail required

Answers

Title/Description of Contracted Service/Supply/Project

Street Lighting Cyclical Inspection and Maintenance

Name of Successful Contractor

Altitude Service Ltd

Supplier Registration Number

(to be supplied by Corporate Procurement)

3350786

Type of organisation

(to be supplied by Corporate Procurement)

Private Limited Company

Status of Organisation

(to be supplied by Corporate Procurement)

Non-SME

Contract Value

£80,000

Per Annum (estimated average)

Contract Duration

24 months

Contract Start Date

11/07/2022

Contract End Date

10/07/2024

Optional Extension Period 1

12 months

Optional Extension Period 2

12 months

Who will approve each Extension Period?

Procurement Board (extension > £150k)

Contact Officer (Name & number)

Paul Jackson - 07812 781 562

Lead Service Group

Place

How the contract was procured?

(to be supplied by procurement)

Open Tender on the Chest

Framework Details (where applicable)

(procurement body, framework reference & title, start/ end date

N/A

Funding Source

Revenue Budget

Ethical Contractor

Mayor’s Employment Charter

Committed to sign up to the Charter

 

Accredited Living Wage Employer

 


The Reasons are,

 

For the provision of essential street lighting annual inspection and maintenance service on Salford’s Highways Network, supporting the Council’s statutory obligations to maintain the safety and integrity of the highway.

 

Funding for the programme of work will come from the revenue budget. The annual value of works to be delivered through this contract is estimated at £80,000 per annum and there is an approved Highways revenue budget in place, to directly support the award of a contract to this value.

 

Options considered were to appoint on a yearly basis only which was rejected, the Technical Highways Services team are looking to ensure a longer lasting compliant solution is in place for continued service requirements.

 

Assessment of Risk is medium risk the service have been managing the previous contract arrangement for these services to allow for some time to procure this contract. However, any significant delay would impact on the team’s ability to deliver business as usual activity and respond to any emergency works requirements.

 

The Innovation Project implications of this award have been fully considered.

 

The source of funding is the Highways Revenue Budget.

 

Legal Advice obtained: Yes

 

Financial Advice obtained: Yes

 

Procurement Advice obtained: Yes

 

HR Advice obtained: N/A

 

Climate Change Implications obtained: N/A

 

The following documents have been used to assist the decision process.

-       Procurement Board Request to Go out to Tender 16.02.22

 

Contact Officer: Paul Jackson

Telephone number: 07812 781 562

 

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The Lead Member has been consulted and is supportive of the proposed contract.

 

Signed:           Cllr Bill Hinds         Dated:       14 September 2022.

                        Lead Member

 

FOR DEMOCRATIC SERVICES USE ONLY

 

*           This decision was published on 14 September 2022

*           This decision will come in force at 4.00 p.m. on 22 September 2022 unless it is called-in in accordance with the Decision Making Process Rules.

 


12/09/2022 - NCP, New Bailey - Rent Review ref: 2185    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Property / Regeneration Briefing

Made at meeting: 12/09/2022 - Property / Regeneration Briefing

Decision published: 13/09/2022

Effective from: 22/09/2022

Decision:

Salford City Council - Record of Decision

 

I, Councillor Tracy Kelly, Deputy City Mayor, in exercise of the powers contained within the Salford City Council constitution do hereby:

 

1. Approve the rent review for the NCP Car Park at New Bailey at the new passing rent calculated by RPI on the agreed terms, with effect from 4th December 2021.

 

2. Authorise the Shared Legal Service to prepare all necessary documentation and to take all steps which are required to give effect to the above recommendations.

 

The Reasons are these proposals allow for the RPI rent review calculation for the rent to be paid by NCP, generating generate a rental income stream, service charge income and business rates for the City Council.

 

Options considered and rejected:   n/a

 

Assessment of Risk: Low

 

Source of funding:  n/a

 

Legal Advice obtained:  Rebecca Maddison - Shared Legal Service

 

Financial Advice obtained: David R Mills - Strategic Finance Manager

 

Procurement Advice obtained: Anthony Hilton, Strategic Head of Procurement

 

HR Advice: n/a

 

Climate Change Implications: This is a CAT A building and is fully compliant with all current building regulation requirements.

 

The following documents have been used to assist the decision process:

Public Briefing Report submitted to the Property/Regen Briefing on 12 September 2022.

 

Contact Officer:  Stephanie Mullenger - Strategic Asset Consultant             

                           Tel No: 07810 158682

 

 

 

*           This decision is not subject to consideration by another Lead Member

           or Strategic Director

*           The appropriate scrutiny committee to call-in the decision is the             Growth and Prosperity Scrutiny Panel.

 

 

Signed: Councillor Tracy Kelly

Deputy City Mayor

Dated:  12 September 2022   

                                                

 

*           This decision was published on Monday 13 September 2022

*           This decision will come in force at 4.00 p.m. on Wednesday 21 September 2022 unless it is called-in in accordance with the Decision Making Process Rules.

 


12/09/2022 - 4th Floor, 1 New Bailey - New Letting ref: 2183    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Property / Regeneration Briefing

Made at meeting: 12/09/2022 - Property / Regeneration Briefing

Decision published: 13/09/2022

Effective from: 22/09/2022

Decision:

Salford City Council - Record of Decision

 

I, Councillor Tracy Kelly, Deputy City Mayor, in exercise of the powers contained within the Salford City Council constitution do hereby:

 

1. Approve the letting of 17,281 sqft (1,605 sqm) of space comprising the whole of

the 4th floor at 1 New Bailey on a new 5 year lease from 1st October 2022 on the

agreed terms.

 

2. Grant  delegated authority to the Strategic Director Place, in conjunction with the

S151 officer to: negotiate, agree, and finalise the detailed terms of the transaction.

 

3. Authorise the Shared Legal Service to prepare all necessary documentation and to take all steps which are required to give effect to the above recommendations.

 

The Reasons are these proposals allow for the letting of 4th Floor of New Bailey following the surrender of the space by Freshfields in 2021. This will also secure a letting to  government covenant and shows confidence in the New Bailey area, as well as generate a rental income for the Council

 

 

Options considered and rejected:   n/a

 

Assessment of Risk: Low

 

Source of funding: The letting will generate a rental income stream, service charge income and business rates for the City Council

 

Legal Advice obtained:  Rebecca Maddison - Shared Legal Service

 

Financial Advice obtained: David R Mills - Strategic Finance Manager

 

Procurement Advice obtained: Anthony Hilton, Strategic Head of Procurement

 

HR Advice: N/A

 

Climate Change Implications: This is a CAT A building and is fully compliant with all current building regulation requirements.

 

The following documents have been used to assist the decision process:

Public Briefing Report submitted to the Property/Regen Briefing on 12 September 2022.

Contact Officer:  Stephanie Mullenger - Strategic Asset Consultant             

Tel No: 07810 158682

 

*           This decision is not subject to consideration by another Lead Member

           or Strategic Director

*           The appropriate scrutiny committee to call-in the decision is the             Growth and Prosperity Scrutiny Panel.

 

 

Signed: Councillor Tracy Kelly

Deputy City Mayor

Dated:  12 September 2022   

                                                

 

*           This decision was published on Tuesday 13 September 2022

*           This decision will come in force at 4.00 p.m. on Wednesday 21 September 2022 unless it is called-in in accordance with the Decision Making Process Rules.

 

 


12/09/2022 - 5th, 6th and 7th Floors, New Bailey - Rent Review ref: 2184    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Property / Regeneration Briefing

Made at meeting: 12/09/2022 - Property / Regeneration Briefing

Decision published: 13/09/2022

Effective from: 22/09/2022

Decision:

Salford City Council - Record of Decision

 

I, Councillor Tracy Kelly, Deputy City Mayor, in exercise of the powers contained within the Salford City Council constitution do hereby:

 

1. Approve the rent review of the 5th, 6th and 7th Floors at 1 New Bailey at the negotiated rent with effect from 24th December 2021.

 

2. Authorise the Shared Legal Service to prepare all necessary documentation and to take all steps which are required to give effect to the above recommendations.

 

The Reasons are these proposals allow for the letting of the floors concerned at 1 New Bailey, generating a rental income stream, service charge income and business rates for the City Council.

 

Options considered and rejected:   n/a

 

Assessment of Risk: Low

 

Source of funding:  n/a

 

Legal Advice obtained:  Rebecca Maddison - Shared Legal Service

 

Financial Advice obtained: David R Mills - Strategic Finance Manager

Procurement Advice obtained: Anthony Hilton, Strategic Head of Procurement

HR Advice: n/a

 

Climate Change Implications: This is a CAT A building and is fully compliant with all current building regulation requirements.

 

The following documents have been used to assist the decision process:

Public Briefing Report submitted to the Property/Regen Briefing on 12 September 2022.

 

Contact Officer:  Stephanie Mullenger - Strategic Asset Consultant             

                           Tel No: 07810 158682

 

 

 

*           This decision is not subject to consideration by another Lead Member

           or Strategic Director

*           The appropriate scrutiny committee to call-in the decision is the             Growth and Prosperity Scrutiny Panel.

 

 

Signed: Councillor Tracy Kelly

Deputy City Mayor

Dated:  12 September 2022   

                                                

 

*           This decision was published on Tuesday 13 September 2022

 

*           This decision will come in force at 4.00 p.m. on Wednesday 21

           September 2022 unless it is called-in in accordance with the Decision

           Making Process Rules.

 


12/09/2022 - Moving Traffic Offences - Part 6 Enforcement Powers ref: 2182    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Property / Regeneration Briefing

Made at meeting: 12/09/2022 - Property / Regeneration Briefing

Decision published: 13/09/2022

Effective from: 22/09/2022

Decision:

Salford City Council - Record of Decision

 

I, Councillor Tracy Kelly, Deputy City Mayor, in exercise of the powers contained within the Salford City Council constitution do hereby:

 

1. Approve Salford City Council seeking Part 6 Enforcement Powers for Moving Traffic Offences from The Department for Transport.

 

2. Approve the criterion for identifying future potential sites for enforcement.

 

3. Approve the initial tranche of sites.

 

4.  Give approval to a six-week consultation period being undertaken.

 

The Reasons are:  Powers to enforce Moving Traffic Offences currently rest with Greater Manchester Police.  Last year the Government consulted on de-criminalising these powers and passing them to Local Authorities to enforce, similar to the situation with parking offences 20 years ago.

 

Local authorities across England are being ‘invited’ to apply for the Moving Traffic Offence powers, with opportunities to apply in June 2022 and December 2022, with further opportunities in 2023.

 

The above approvals allow Salford City Council to take the necessary actions undertake these enforcement powers to address sites where poor compliance results in safety, congestion, or community concern issues.

 

Options considered and rejected:             n/a

 

Assessment of Risk: There is a risk that the City Council will apply and take on these powers, GMP will remove themselves from enforcing these restrictions and there is an increased demand on the City Councils resources to deal with these new powers effectively. Notwithstanding, there is the view that GMP currently do little in the way of enforcing traffic restrictions as it is given such a low priority so by taking on these powers it will at least provide a consistent level of enforcement across the authority in line with our Network Management priorities.

 

Source of funding:  An allocation of £50k has been earmarked from approved

Highways Capital Maintenance Grant (DfT), for the purchase of the cameras, carrying out the investigations into the sites and improvements/renewals of signing and lining that may be required to carry out effective enforcement.

Legal Advice obtained:  Azra Fuhreen - Shared Legal Service

 

Financial Advice obtained: Alison Woods - Senior Accountant, (Planning & Transport)

 

Procurement Advice obtained:Heather Stanton, Category Manager

HR Advice: n/a

 

The following documents have been used to assist the decision process:

Report to Property/Regen Briefing on 12 September 2022, including, list of Traffic Sign Subject to Moving Traffic Offences Under Schedule 7 of the Traffic Management Act 2004.



Contact Officer:        Robert Owen                        Tel No 0161 779 4848

 

*           This decision is not subject to consideration by another Lead Member

           or Strategic Director

*           The appropriate scrutiny committee to call-in the decision is the             Growth and Prosperity Scrutiny Panel.

 

 

Signed: Councillor Tracy Kelly

Deputy City Mayor

Dated:  12 September 2022   

                                                 

 

*           This decision was published on Tuesday 13 September 2022

 

*           This decision will come in force at 4.00 p.m. on Wednesday 21 August

2022 unless it is called-in in accordance with the Decision Making

Process Rules.

 

 


12/09/2022 - Eccles Town Centre ref: 2186    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Property / Regeneration Briefing

Made at meeting: 12/09/2022 - Property / Regeneration Briefing

Decision published: 13/09/2022

Effective from: 22/09/2022

Decision:

Salford City Council - Record of Decision

 

I, Councillor Tracy Kelly, Deputy City Mayor, in exercise of the powers contained within the City Council constitution do hereby:

 

1.    Approve the recommendations in relation to Eccles Town Centre.

 

  1. Delegate authority to the Strategic Director of Place and the Section 151 officer to negotiate and finalise the commercial arrangements and all other necessary ancillary agreements to allow the completion of the arrangements.

 

3.    Authorise the City Solicitor to progress and complete the associated legal formalities and the taking of all steps required to give effect to the above recommendations.

 

The Reasons are:   To facilitate the future development of the site

 

Options considered and rejected:             n/a

 

Assessment of Risk:                                    Low

 

The source of funding is:                            n/a

 

Legal Advice obtained:                               Gaynor Corfe- Shared Legal Service

 

Financial Advice obtained:                         Joanne Hardman- Finance

 

Procurement Advice obtained:                  Not applicable

 

The following documents have been used to assist the decision process.

n/a

Contact Officer:        Andrew Cartwright               Tel No 0161 779 6074

 

*           This decision is not subject to consideration by another Lead Member

           or Strategic Director

*           The appropriate scrutiny committee to call-in the decision is the             Growth and Prosperity Scrutiny Panel.

 

 

Signed: Councillor Tracy Kelly

Deputy City Mayor

Dated:  12 September 2022   

                                                

 

*           This decision was published on Tuesday 13 September 2022

*           This decision will come in force at 4.00 p.m. on Wednesday 21

           September 2022 unless it is called-in in accordance with the Decision

           Making Process Rules.