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Decisions

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Decisions published

23/11/2022 - Salford Bolton Network Improvements (SBNI) - Delivery Package 3 (DP3) Increase in Purchase Order Value ref: 2217    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Procurement Board

Made at meeting: 23/11/2022 - Procurement Board

Decision published: 25/11/2022

Effective from: 03/12/2022

Decision:

Executive Decision

 

Executive Decision

Request to a Scrutiny Chair that an Executive Decision be exempt from Call-In for Scrutiny:

 

Decision maker

 

Procurement Board

Nature of the decision

 

Approval to raise value of purchase order and make overdue payment to contractor.

 

Non-confidential reports – Can be made available to the public

 

Part 1

Confidential reports - Containing confidential or exempt information

 

Part 2

Reason for confidentiality

 

Information in respect of which a claim to legal professional privilege could be maintained in legal proceedings

 

Intended date of decision

 

23 November 2022

Officer contact details

 

For any further information

Name:

 

Email:

Opu Anwar

 

opu.anwar@salford.gov.uk

 

Has the decision been published in a Forward Plan?

 

Yes

Reasons for special urgency such that this cannot be published in a Forward Plan

 

n/a

Is exemption from call-in for scrutiny needed?

 

Yes

Advice as to how any delay will seriously prejudice the legal or financial position of the Council

 

The City are already owing the contractor a substantial amount of money as invoices from May 2022 onwards have not been paid

Scrutiny Chair

 

Who has agreed the decision is reasonable and urgent

 

Name:

Cllr Rob Sharpe (Growth and Prosperity Scrutiny Panel)

Signed:

Rob Sharpe

Date:

18 November 2022

 

Request prepared by:

Opu Anwar – Infrastructure Team SCC

 

 

 

 

Salford City Council - Record of Decision

I Paul Dennett, City Mayor, 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 increase in Purchase Order Value as detailed in the table below:

 

Detail required

Answers

Title/Description of Contracted Service/Supply/Project

SBNI DP3 Increase in Value of Purchase Order

Name of Successful Contractor

Eurovia

Supplier Registration Number

(to be supplied by Corporate Procurement)

Type of organisation

(to be supplied by Corporate Procurement)

Private Limited Company

Status of Organisation

(to be supplied by Corporate Procurement)

SME

Contract Value (£)

£2,500,000 – Increase in PO Value

Contract Duration

TBC

Contract Start Date

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Contract End Date

Click here to enter a date.

Optional Extension Period 1

months

Optional Extension Period 2

months

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: To enable payments to the contractor for works on SBNI DP3

 

Reasons for cost increases have been:

·      Additional costs as a result of delayed access/ prolongation/ other issues associated with utilities diversion process;

·      Additional costs as a result of underground obstructions/ unchartered services and utilities diversion delays;

·      Additional costs as a result of residual design issues from the tendered design.

 

The reasons for the cost increases can be attributed the following factors:

·      Mismanagement of the utilities diversion process by consultant resulting in prolongation and delay costs;

·      Design errors resulting in others needing to amend the design, once the contract had been awarded;

·      Delays caused by utilities companies once the utilities diversion process had been undertaken.

·      Unforeseen ground conditions

·      Uncharted utilities.

 

Options considered and rejected were: n/a

 

Assessment of risk: At this time the Council needs to underwrite the payment of funds due under contract whilst works are completed. A final account needs to be established and funding options confirmed.

 

The source of funding is Place Capital Programme 2022/23

 

Legal advice obtained: The Shared Legal Service

 

Financial advice obtained: Alison Woods

 

Procurement advice obtained: The Corporate Procurement Team

 

HR advice obtained: N/A

 

Climate change implications obtained: N/A

 

Documents used

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

Report to the City Mayor’s Regeneration Briefing – 13 July 2015

Salford Bus Lanes – An Overview (Urban Vision) - 6th November 2015

TfGM OBC Draft Appendix B – Schematic Plan from OBC - November 2015

Urban Vision – Regeneration Panel Presentation – July 2016

Report to Lead Member for Planning & Sustainable Development – 9th May 2017

Report to Lead Member for Planning & Sustainable Development – 18th June 2019

Report to Lead Member for Planning & Sustainable Development – 19th Sep 2019

Report to Procurement Board – 27th November 2019

Report to Procurement Board – 9th December 2020

 

(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:  Opu Anwar         

Contact: opu.anwar@salford.gov.uk

 

Please delete from the bullets below any which are not relevant

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

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

·      This decision is urgent and is not subject to call-in, in accordance with the Decision Making Procedure Rules.

 

Signed:      Paul Dennett                Dated:       24 November 2022.

                    City Mayor

 

FOR DEMOCRATIC SERVICES USE ONLY

 

*           This decision was published on 25 November 2022

*           This decision will come in force at 4.00 p.m. on 2 December 2022 unless it is called-in in accordance with the Decision Making Process Rules.

 


23/11/2022 - Lester Road Reconstruction ref: 2216    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Procurement Board

Made at meeting: 23/11/2022 - Procurement Board

Decision published: 25/11/2022

Effective from: 03/12/2022

Decision:

Salford City Council - Record of Decision

 

I Paul Dennett, City Mayor, 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 below:

 

Detail required

Answers

Title/Description of Contracted Service/Supply/Project

Lester Road Reconstruction

Name of Successful Contractor

AE YATES

Supplier Registration Number

(to be supplied by Corporate Procurement)

00415632

Type of organisation

(to be supplied by Corporate Procurement)

Private Limited Company

Status of Organisation

(to be supplied by Corporate Procurement)

SME

Contract Value (£)

£          TBC

Contract Duration

TBC

Contract Start Date

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Contract End Date

Click here to enter a date.

Optional Extension Period 1

months

Optional Extension Period 2

months

Who will approve each Extension Period?

Choose an item.

Contact Officer (Name & number)

Stephen Hands 07809 085252

Lead Service Group

Place

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

Capital Programme

Ethical Contractor (EC): Mayor’s Employment Charter

 

EC: Committed to sign up to the Charter

EC: Accredited Living Wage Employer

 

The reasons are

The execution of works is required so urgently as not to permit compliance with the requirements of competition – approximately three months can be saved by not running the competition which enables the contract to be awarded before the expiry of the original deadline within the consent order.

 

Options considered and rejected were

Competitive tender

 

Assessment of risk

High: Any delay to the tender and subsequent contract award increases the risk to the Council of further Legal action

 

The source of funding is

a combination of approved Place capital programme resources reprofiled from the 2022/23 financial year and a further allocation, which will need to be formally agreed by the Council via the 2023/24 budget setting process

 

Legal advice obtained

Supplied by Tony Hatton

 

Financial advice obtained

Supplied by Alison Woods

 

Procurement advice obtained

Supplied by Heather Stanton

 

HR advice obtained

N/A

 

Climate change implications obtained

Supplied by Stephen Hands in consultation with Michael Hemingway

 

Documents used

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

Report to Property and Regeneration Board, 25th July 2022


Contact details

Contact Officer:  Stephen Hands 

Telephone number: 07809 085252

 

Please delete from the bullets below any which are not relevant

  • This matter is not subject to consideration by another Lead Member.
  • The appropriate Scrutiny Committee to call-in the decision is the

 

Signed:     Paul Dennett                 Dated:         24 November 2022.

                        City Mayor

 

FOR DEMOCRATIC SERVICES USE ONLY

*           This decision was published on 25 November 2022

*           This decision will come in force at 4.00 p.m. on 2 December 2022 unless it is called-in in accordance with the Decision Making Process Rules.

 


23/11/2022 - Approval to Award the Contract for Clifton PRU ref: 2215    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Procurement Board

Made at meeting: 23/11/2022 - Procurement Board

Decision published: 25/11/2022

Effective from: 03/12/2022

Decision:

Salford City Council - Record of Decision

 

I Paul Dennett, City Mayor, in exercise of the powers contained within the Council Constitution do hereby approve:

  • the award of the following Stage 2 contract in accordance with the following:

i)     Approves an Advanced Work Order @ £250,000 for the Modular Building Element by 30th November 2022 (to secure a Factory slot) to Robertsons CE Limited as Constructor Partner and afurther Advanced Work Order @ £243,000 for substructure work by 26th January 2023 to allow the earliest possible completion date. This award would enable a start on site 27th February 2023, with an anticipated completion date of 24th November 2023.

ii)    Approves that delegated officers acting on behalf of Salford City Council progress with an award to Robertsons CE Limited as Constructor Partner on or before 2nd March 2023 to design and deliver the new Clifton PRU facility following receipt of RIBA Stage 4 Detailed Design and cost on 31st January 2023. A Total Construction Cost of £3,692,698 including the advanced works orders above, although (excluding the previously approved Pre-Construction Agreement cost of £89,395).

 

Detail required

Answers

Title/Description of Contracted Service/Supply/Project

Clifton PRU

Name of Successful Contractor

Robertson CE Limited

Supplier Registration Number

(to be supplied by Corporate Procurement)

SC249935

Type of organisation

(to be supplied by Corporate Procurement)

Private Limited Company

Status of Organisation

(to be supplied by Corporate Procurement)

SME

Contract Value (£)

£493,000 Advanced Works Orders                         £3,692,698 Robertsons CE Target Construction Value Inclusive of AWO 

£3,936,118 Full Stage 2 Project Cost inclusive of SCC Fees, Surveys etc.

Contract Duration

 9 months

Contract Start Date

27/02/2023

Contract End Date

24/11/2023

Optional Extension Period 1

N/a

Optional Extension Period 2

N/a

Who will approve each Extension Period?

Choose an item.

Contact Officer (Name & number)

Les Woolhouse

Lead Service Group

People Services

How the contract was procured?

(to be supplied by procurement)

Mini Competition

Framework Details (where applicable)

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

North West Construction Hub Medium Value Construction Framework, Lot No 3 Design & Construct

Funding Source

Capital Programme

Ethical Contractor (EC): Mayor’s Employment Charter

 

EC: Committed to sign Charter

 

EC: Accredited Living Wage Employer


 

The Reasons are to enable the works to progress as programmed to start on site and be completed by November 2023.

 

Options considered and rejected were: None.  All procedures are in accordance with normal Standing Orders

 

Assessment of Risk: The programme has been developed to achieve the delivery of the contracts to meet the earliest completion dates.

 

The source of funding is Children’s School Capital and unsupported borrowing.

 

Legal Advice: Supplied by Tony Hatton 0161 219 6323

 

Local authorities are responsible for arranging suitable full-time education for permanently excluded pupils, and for other pupils who – because of illness or other reasons – would not receive suitable education without such provision (S19(1) Education Act 1996 (as amended). This applies to all children of compulsory school age resident in the local authority area, whether or not they are on the roll of a school, and whatever type of school they attend.

 

Any school that is established and maintained by a local authority to enable it to discharge the above duty is known as a pupil referral unit. There is no requirement on local authorities to have or to establish a pupil referral unit, and they may discharge their duties by other means.

When commissioning contracts for the procurement of goods, services, or the execution of works, the Council must comply with the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (PCR) and its own Contractual Standing Orders (CSO’s), failing which a contract may be subject to legal challenge from an aggrieved provider.

 

The proposed award of the contract follows a tender exercise by mini competition in accordance with the North West Construction Hub Framework (LOT 3 Design and Construct).

 

The Council will need to have followed the procedure set out in the framework agreement for mini competition to ensure the procurement process is compliant. Two tenders were received from framework suppliers for this project, which have been evaluated on the best value tender basis in line with procurement procedures resulting in the proposed award of the contract to Robertson CE Limited. The procurement procedures therefore appear robust and compliant with the requirements of the City Council’s contractual standing orders and public procurement legislation.

As the value of the contract exceeds £1 million, approval for the award should be made be by the City Mayor acting on the recommendation of the Procurement Board.

 

Financial Advice: Supplied by: Natalie Birchall x2316

The cost of the contract for Clifton PRU relocation from Broadwalk to a maximum value of £3,692,698 and (the previously approved Pre-Construction Agreement cost of £89,395). Will be funded from a mixture of approved capital borrowing £1.772m and grant £2.020m, within the Children’s Capital programme.

 

Procurement Advice: Supplied by Deborah Derbyshire x6244

The contract was procured by utilising the Northwest Construction Hub Medium Value Framework, Lot 3 Design & Construct.  All companies on Lot 3 were invited to submit bids by means of mini competition, therefore this is compliant with Procurement Contract Regulations and the Councils own Contractual Standing Orders.

 

HR Advice obtained – N/a

 

Climate Change Implications

 

No significant Climate Change implications in this project. All projects are developed to meet or exceed current legislation and requirements relating to energy efficiency and carbon reduction targets. Projects are required to support the Council’s objectives of becoming carbon neutral by 2028.

 

The works will be programmed to minimise the traffic impact in the area.  Any waste materials will be removed and taken to a transfer station for systematic sorting and recycling to ensure minimal landfill waste.

 

Sustainability plans would be targeted to also align with opportunities to continue to deliver social value outcomes.

 

Contact Officer: Les Woolhouse

Telephone number:

 

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

The appropriate Scrutiny Committee to call-in the decision is the Children’s Scrutiny Panel

 

Signed:       Paul Dennett              Dated:         24 November 2022.

                        City Mayor

 

FOR DEMOCRATIC SERVICES USE ONLY

 

*           This decision was published on 25 November 2022  

*           This decision will come in force at 4.00 p.m. on 2 December 2022 unless it is called-in in accordance with the Decision Making Process Rules.

 


25/10/2022 - Establishment of the GM Integrated Care Partnership Board ref: 2214    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 25/10/2022 - Cabinet

Decision published: 21/11/2022

Effective from: 29/11/2022

Decision:

Salford City Council - Record of Decision (Cabinet)

I Paul Dennett, City Mayor, in exercise of the powers contained within the City Council Constitution do hereby approve the:

1.    establishment of the Greater Manchester (GM) Integrated Care Partnership (ICP) as a joint committee of the ICB and ten Greater Manchester local authorities;

2.    appointment the City Mayor as Salford City Council’s member and Deputy City Mayor (Lead Member for Adult Social Care) as Salford City Council’s substitute member of the Greater Manchester Integrated Care Partnership;

3.    note the proposed Terms of Reference of the GM ICP.

 

The Reasons are:

·         An ICP is one of two statutory components of an Integrated Care System, alongside the Integrated Care Board (ICB). Section 26 Health and Care Act 2022 inserts s.116ZA into the Local Government and Public Involvement in Health Act 2007.

1.    An integrated care board and each responsible local authority whose area coincides with or falls wholly or partly within the board’s area must establish a joint committee for the board’s area (an ‘integrated care partnership’)

2.    The integrated care partnership for an area is to consist of:

a.    one member appointed by the integrated care board

b.    one member appointed by each of the responsible local authorities

c.    any members appointed by the integrated care partnership

An integrated care partnership may determine its own procedure (including quorum)

·         ICPs have a statutory duty to create an integrated care strategy to address the assessed needs, such as health and care needs of the population within the ICB’s area, including determinants of health and wellbeing such as employment, environment, and housing.  In preparing the integrated care strategy each integrated care partnership must have regard to guidance issued by the Secretary of State.

o        Statutory guidance has now been issued by Government: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/guidance-on-the-preparation-of-integrated-care-strategies/guidance-on-the-preparation-of-integrated-care-strategies

·         The legal duties of an ICP were set out in the full report presented to Cabinet on 25.10.22. in Appendix A.

·         The minimum core membership of the ICP will consist of 10 representatives from the 10 districts and a member of ICB.

·         Further guidance issued by Government confirms that the ICP will be subject to local government Health Scrutiny arrangements and that the CQC will review Integrated Care systems including the functioning of the system as a whole which will include the role of the ICP. It is proposed that the GM ICS is scrutinised by the GM Joint Health Scrutiny Committee and at place level, as appropriate.

·         A paper was circulated to local authorities and NHS Bodies on the role and potential makeup of the ICP earlier this year.

·         The paper was refined and the following issues on the form of the ICP have been further considered by the wider local authority and NHS system through a paper circulated to Place-Based Leads, NHS Provider Forum, NHS Primary Care Board and the ICB through their governance officers.

·         Responses to the paper were considered by a meeting of the Shadow ICP who have agreed the membership as set out below:

o   ICB Chair

o   ICB CEO

o   10x LA representatives (political)

o   GMCA Mayor

o   At least one Healthwatch rep

o   One Director of Public Health (LA) as nominated by DPHs

o   One DASS (LA) as nominated by DASSs

o   One Director of Children’s Services (LA) as nominated by DCSs

o   One LA Chief Executive – Chief Executives health lead

o   GMCA Chief Executive

o   Two Provider Federation representatives: one mental health, one physical as nominated by PFB

o   Four Primary Care representatives, one from each discipline

o   Health Innovation Manchester representative

o   One Trade Union representative

o   Two VCS representative

o   One housing representative as nominated by GM Social Housing providers

o   One Work and Skills representative.

  • This would result in an ICP of 31 members if it is possible to have one representative from the housing sector and work and skills, with others invited as required e.g. GMP
  • The Salford City Mayor, as the GM portfolio lead for Health and Social Care, will chair the GM ICP jointly with the Chair of the GM Integrated Care Board (Richard Leese).   Legislation states that each Local Authority will have one member on the relevant ICP.  As such, it is proposed the City Mayor is also Salford City Council’s nominated member of the GM ICP.  The City Mayor’s role as joint chair ensures Salford is at the heart of Greater Manchester’s integrated health and care arrangements.  As the relevant portfolio holder at Cabinet, it’s proposed that the Deputy City Mayor / Lead Member for Adult Social Care is Salford City Council’s nominated substitute member of the GM ICP.

 

Options considered and rejected were: None.  The ICP is a statutory committee of the Integrated Care Board (ICB) and so a legal requirement.

 

Assessment of Risk: Low

 

The source of funding is: Not applicable.

 

Legal Advice obtained: Addressed in the body of the report presented at Cabinet on 25.10.22

Financial Advice obtained: Not applicable

Procurement Advice obtained: Not applicable.

HR Advice obtained: Not applicable.

Climate Change Advice obtained: Not applicable.

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

·         The Department of Health and Social Care: The guidance on the preparation of the integrated care strategies.

·         The Great Eight.

·         The Locality Plan.

Contact Officer:  Iolanda Puzio, City Solicitor and Monitoring Officer.

Telephone number:0161 793 3614

·         The appropriate scrutiny to call-in the decision is the Health and Social Care Scrutiny.         

 

Signed:     Paul Dennett                           Dated:       07.11.22                                               .

                        City Mayor

 

For Democratic Services use only

 

This decision was published on 21.11.22                                    

This decision will come in force at 4.00 p.m. on 28.11.22                                                   unless it is called-in in accordance with the Decision Making Process Rules.

 


15/11/2022 - City of Salford (Meadow Road Area, Salford) (Prohibition of Waiting) Order 2022. ref: 2212    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Lead Member for Planning and Sustainable Development

Made at meeting: 15/11/2022 - Lead Member for Planning and Sustainable Development

Decision published: 18/11/2022

Effective from: 26/11/2022

Decision:

Salford City Council - Record of Decision

 

City of Salford (Meadow Road Area, Salford) (Prohibition of Waiting) Order 2022

 

I, Councillor McCusker, Lead Member for Planning, Transport & Sustainable Development, in exercise of the powers contained within the Council Constitution, do hereby:

 

(i) accede to the objections in part; and

(ii) approve the modifications to the scheme as set out in the report; and

(iii) authorise the making of the Traffic Regulation Order in the modified form.

 

The Reasons are: That the necessary action be taken under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 to advertise the intention to make the Traffic Order to introduce CITY OF SALFORD (MEADOW ROAD AREA, SALFORD) (PROHIBITION OF WAITING) ORDER 2022.

 

Options considered and rejected were:  Implementation of the original scheme.  The scheme has been modified in response to objections received, as set out in the report.

 

Assessment of Risk: Implementation of the restrictions would help maintain a high level of road safety,

·         By preventing inconsiderate and obstructive parking on or close to junction, impacting safe access and egress and passage of pedestrians at pedestrian crossing points. By blocking dropped crossing points and reducing / blocking visibility of approaching traffic. 

·         Proposals will ensure junctions have a suitable amount of clear visibility, and that service and emergency vehicles will be able to access the estate at all times.

·         The proposals will also ensure there is sufficient access for pedestrian to cross safely at dropped pedestrian access points and maintaining a suitable amount of clear visibility to see approaching vehicles. 

 

The source of funding is: The scheme is being promoted by the developer.

 

Legal Advice obtained: The Council, by virtue of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 can introduce orders to manage traffic. Where Traffic Regulation Orders are required, they should not give rise to any particular legal implications provided the works and procedures are carried out in accordance with the relevant statutory requirements, which would include the consideration of any objections to a proposed TRO.

 

Financial Advice obtained: n/a

No financial implications – proposals being funded by developer.

 

Procurement Advice obtained: There are no procurement implications contained within this report.

 

HR Advice obtained: n/a

 

Climate Change Advice obtained: n/a

 

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

Proposal Plans, Lead Member Report.

 

Contact Officer:  Ray Scholes                                 raymond.scholes@salford.gov.uk

 

 

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

 

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

 

 

Signed: Councillor McCusker                        Dated: 15th November 2022

Lead Member for Planning, Transport & Sustainable Development

             

 

 

This decision was published on 18th November 2022.

 

This decision will come into force at 4.00pm on 25th November 2022, unless it is called-in in accordance with the decision-making process rules.

 

 


15/11/2022 - Consideration of the potential addition of Pendleton Bowling Club, 13 Eccles Old Road, to the Local List of Heritage Assets. ref: 2211    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Lead Member for Planning and Sustainable Development

Made at meeting: 15/11/2022 - Lead Member for Planning and Sustainable Development

Decision published: 17/11/2022

Effective from: 25/11/2022

Decision:

Salford City Council - Record of Decision

 

I, Councillor McCusker, Lead Member for Planning, Transport & Sustainable Development, in exercise of the powers contained within the Council Constitution, do hereby:

 

Reject the addition of the Pendleton Bowling Club at 13 Eccles Old Road to the Local List of Heritage Assets.

 

The Reasons are:

The property is not considered to be of sufficient heritage value to be deemed appropriate for inclusion on the Local List.

 

Options considered and rejected were:

That the property was added to the local list of heritage assets. This was rejected as the property was considered to have insufficient local heritage value. 

 

Assessment of risk: low

 

The source of funding is: n/a

 

Legal Advice obtained:  Comments from Justin Hobson:

Legal issues have been considered within the body of the report.  A local list is a non-statutory discretionary function of the Council. Any decision to add/remove a heritage asset to/from the local list would have the potential to be subject to judicial review on the normal grounds.

 

Financial Advice obtained: Comments from Martin Anglesey:

There are no implications to existing budgets regarding this proposal.

 

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:

Lead Member Report

 

Contact Officer: Amelia Lucas        Tel. 0161 793 3287     amelia.lucas@salford.gov.uk

 

 

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

 

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

 

 

 

Signed: Councillor McCusker                                    Dated: 15th November 2022

Lead Member for Planning, Transport & Sustainable Development

 

 

This decision was published on 17th November 2022.

 

This decision will come into force at 4.00 p.m. on 24th November 2022, unless it is called-in in accordance with the decision-making process rules.