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Decisions

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Decisions published

26/07/2022 - Citywide School Meals Service Proposed Price Increase ref: 2164    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 26/07/2022 - Cabinet

Decision published: 29/07/2022

Effective from: 06/08/2022

Decision:

Salford City Council - Record of Decision

 

I Councillor John Merry, Deputy City Mayor, in exercise of the powers contained within the City Council Constitution do hereby approve a 10p increase being applied to the Citywide school meal price with effect from the 1st January 2023 and that given the current financial uncertainty, a further price review is undertaken in 6 months. 

The Reasons are:

The current price of a school meal is £2.10, and this compares very favourably with other Northwest Authorities (the cheapest) and nationally with the price being recognised as extremely good value. Previously the service has performed well financially but is now experiencing financial challenges caused by the recent pandemic, a reduction in the number of ‘paying pupils’ and escalating service costs meaning that the service is currently operating in a deficit financial position for the first time.

 

Given the sensitivity of this issue, Citywide consulted with Head Teachers over the proposal, and this occurred on 9th June via the Head Teachers ‘cluster group’. The group were very supportive of the proposal recognising the financial difficulties the service was facing, the limited previous price increases applied, the favourable price comparisons with other local authorities and that the proposed price increase would keep the charge within the funding envelope that schools receive for Free School Meal provision.

 

It is therefore proposed that the school meal price is increased by 10p from 1st January 2023 and that a further financial review/price review is undertaken in 6 months.

 

Options considered and rejected were:Not applicable

 

Assessment of Risk: Medium:  Consultation undertaken with Headteachers

 

The source of funding is:

·         Universal Free School Meal Provision Funding

·         Free School Meal Provision Funding

·         Paid Pupils

 

Legal Advice obtained: Not applicable

 

Financial Advice obtained: Obtained from: Paul Guest, Senior Accountant

The impact of the pandemic continues to affect the school catering account in so much as paid meal numbers, although on the rise, are still below pre pandemic levels. The unprecedent global increases in the food supply chain as well as utility and fuel costs are putting additional pressure upon the account as food cost are expected to increase by at least 17% this year. It is therefore inevitable that to mitigate these increased cost meal prices will have to increase, with the hope that there will be little resistance from the ‘paid’ pupils.

 

Procurement Advice obtained: Not applicable

 

HR Advice obtained: Not applicable

 

Climate Change Advice obtained: Not applicable

 

The following document has been used to assist the decision process:

·         The report to the Strategic Director of Place submitted to the meeting of Cabinet Briefing held on 26th July 2022.

 

Contact Officer: Lucy Clarke, Citywide Principal Service Manager.           

Telephone number: 0161 925 1068

 

The appropriate scrutiny to call-in the decision is the Community and Neighbourhoods Scrutiny Panel.            

 

 

Signed: Councillor John Merry

Deputy City Mayor

Dated: 26 July 2022                                                    

 

 

 

This decision was published on Friday 29 July 2022                                            

This decision will come in force at 4.00 p.m. on Friday 5 August 2022                                         unless it is called-in in accordance with the Decision Making Process Rules.

 

 


27/07/2022 - Approval to Award the Contract for Responsive Repairs Framework Suppliers ref: 2163    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Procurement Board

Made at meeting: 27/07/2022 - Procurement Board

Decision published: 27/07/2022

Effective from: 04/08/2022

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 the Framework Agreement for Responsive Repairs as detailed in the table below:

 

Detail required

Answers

Title/Description of Contracted Service/Supply/Project

Responsive Repairs Framework Suppliers

Name of Successful Contractor

Rank 1

Schofield & Sons Ltd

Rank 2

G. Jones Builders Ltd

Supplier Registration Number

(to be supplied by Corporate Procurement)

02459259

04928174

Type of organisation

(to be supplied by Corporate Procurement)

Private Limited Company

Private Limited Company

Status of Organisation

(to be supplied by Corporate Procurement)

SME

SME

Contract Value (£)

£350,000 per annum estimated average

Contract Duration

 24 months

Contract Start Date

06/08/2022

Contract End Date

05/08/2024

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)

Les Woolhouse 07713 786 093

Lead Service Group

Place

How the contract was procured?

(to be supplied by procurement)

Open tender

Framework Details (where applicable)

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

N/a

Funding Source

Revenue Budget

Ethical Contractor (EC): Mayor’s Employment Charter

 

 

EC: Committed to sign up to charter

EC: Accredited Living Wage Employer

 


 

The Reasons are:

To request the approval of the framework for Responsive Repairs.

 

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

 

Assessment of Risk: High

Some of the services provided through this contract are statutory and therefore puts the council at risk if not undertaken correctly.

 

The source of funding is:

There is funding available under the Revenue budget.

Legal Advice obtained. Supplied by: Tony Hatton, Principal Solicitor.

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 purpose of a framework agreement is to select through a procurement/evaluation process a number of providers who can meet the service requirements of the Council, as and when those services are required.

The report sets out the details for appointing bidders to the Council’s Responsive Repairs Framework Agreement, which is due for renewal this year.

The work undertaken thus far is explained throughout the report, and sets out the issues and tender process involved, including the evaluation of bids, to ensure compliance with PCR and CSO’s.

Two tenders were received from framework suppliers for this project, which have been evaluated on the most economically advantageous tender basis in line with procurement procedures resulting in the proposed appointment to the framework of G Jones Builders Limited and Schofield and Sons Limited.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS: Submitted by:  Gemma Singleton, Senior Accountant Tel: 0161 793 2578

There are no direct financial implications for the Council from awarding places of the framework.  However, it will provide a clear guidance to officers procuring these type of works and ensure that best value is achieved.

 

PROCUREMENT IMPLICATIONS: Supplied by: Emma Heyes, Category Manager, The Corporate Procurement Team

The framework for responsive repairs was advertised on the Chest as an open tender, and the evaluation process was carried out in compliance with the published award criteria.  The recommendation to award to Schofield & Sons and G Jones is made based on them submitting the most economically advantageous bids using a combination of quality, cost and social value criteria.

The published award criteria stated that the first two ranked suppliers would be awarded a place on the framework, with the highest ranked bidder being directly awarded any work valued below £10k in the first instance, and the second ranked bidder being awarded any other work the first ranked supplier couldn’t supply.

Works exceeding £10k in value are excluded from this framework and will be subjected to quotation or tender.

The procurement process has been carried out in compliance with Contractual Standing Orders and Public Procurement Regulations.

 

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.

 

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

 

Report to Procurement Board dated 27th July 2022


Contact Officer: Les Woolhouse Head of Buildings and Facilities

Telephone Number: 07713 786 093

 

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

 

The appropriate Scrutiny Committee to call-in the decision is the Growth and Prosperity Scrutiny Panel and the Overview and Scrutiny Board

 

Signed:          Cllr Hinds                  Dated:   27 July 2022

                   Lead Member

 

 

*           This decision was published on 27 July 2022

*           This decision will come in force at 4:00pm on 3 August 2022 unless it is called-in in accordance with the Decision Making Process Rules.

 


27/07/2022 - Approval to Award a Framework Agreement for Demolition and Associated Services split into three lots ref: 2162    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Procurement Board

Made at meeting: 27/07/2022 - Procurement Board

Decision published: 27/07/2022

Effective from: 04/08/2022

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 Contract for the Framework Agreement for Demolition and Associated Services as detailed in the table below:

 

Detail required

Answers

Title/Description of Contracted Service/Supply/Project

Framework Agreement for Demolition and Associated

Name of Successful Contractor

Connell Brothers Lot 1 & Lot 2

Supplier Registration Number

(to be supplied by Corporate Procurement)

6233056

Type of organisation

(to be supplied by Corporate Procurement)

Private Limited Company

Status of Organisation

(to be supplied by Corporate Procurement)

SME

Ethical Contractor (EC): Mayor’s Employment Charter

 X

 

EC: Committed to sign up to charter

EC: Accredited Living Wage Employer

X

 

 

Name of Successful Contractor

Frank O’Gara & Sons Lot 1 only

Supplier Registration Number

(to be supplied by Corporate Procurement)

3057185

Type of organisation

(to be supplied by Corporate Procurement)

Private Limited Company

Status of Organisation

(to be supplied by Corporate Procurement)

SME

Ethical Contractor (EC): Mayor’s Employment Charter

 

 

EC: Committed to sign up to charter

X

EC: Accredited Living Wage Employer

 

 

Name of Successful Contractor

J Freely Limited Lot 1 only

Supplier Registration Number

(to be supplied by Corporate Procurement)

01719179

Type of organisation

(to be supplied by Corporate Procurement)

Private Limited Company

Status of Organisation

(to be supplied by Corporate Procurement)

SME

Ethical Contractor (EC): Mayor’s Employment Charter

 

 

EC: Committed to sign up to charter

X

EC: Accredited Living Wage Employer

X

 

 

Name of Successful Contractor

Rhodar Industrial Services Lot 1 only

Supplier Registration Number

(to be supplied by Corporate Procurement)

6426331

Type of organisation

(to be supplied by Corporate Procurement)

Private Limited Company

Status of Organisation

(to be supplied by Corporate Procurement)

SME

Ethical Contractor (EC): Mayor’s Employment Charter

 

 

EC: Committed to sign up to charter

X

EC: Accredited Living Wage Employer

 

 

Name of Successful Contractor

Coleman & Company Lot 1 only

Supplier Registration Number

(to be supplied by Corporate Procurement)

737922

Type of organisation

(to be supplied by Corporate Procurement)

Private Limited Company

Status of Organisation

(to be supplied by Corporate Procurement)

SME

Ethical Contractor (EC): Mayor’s Employment Charter

 

 

EC: Committed to sign up to charter

X

EC: Accredited Living Wage Employer

 

 

Name of Successful Contractor

Alan Franklin Lot 3 only

Supplier Registration Number

(to be supplied by Corporate Procurement)

4804728

Type of organisation

(to be supplied by Corporate Procurement)

Private Limited Company

Status of Organisation

(to be supplied by Corporate Procurement)

SME

Ethical Contractor (EC): Mayor’s Employment Charter

 

 

EC: Committed to sign up to charter

X

EC: Accredited Living Wage Employer

 

 

Contract Start Date

Contract End Date

15/08/2022 – 14/08/2024

Optional Extension Period 2

24 months on an annual basis

Who will approve each Extension Period?

Procurement Board (extension > £150k)

Contact Officer (Name & number)

Jonathan Phillips x 4972

Lead Service Group

Place

How the contract was procured?

(to be supplied by procurement)

Open Procedure

Framework Details (where applicable)

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

N/A

Funding Source

Capital Programme

 


 

The Reasons are:

To request the approval of the framework for Demolition and Associated Services split into three lots:

Lot 1 – Demolition Projects – mini competitions

Lot 2 – Emergency demolition – direct award

Lot 3 – Demolition enabling and emergency security works 24hrs – direct award

 

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

 

Assessment of Risk: High

If the framework agreement is not awarded, buildings across the city, that are in a dangerous condition and others that are scheduled to be demolished, will remain exposed to the risk of anti-social behaviour activities in these areas, potentially putting the public at risk of harm and have a detrimental effect on local residents. The City Council will need to find an alternative procurement route at short notice to carry out works to make safe any dangerous buildings.

 

Framework Agreements or indeed guidance regarding how goods and services within the construction category should be procured is essential in maintaining a fully compliant procurement process.

 

The establishment of Framework Agreements (where appropriate) or the use of an existing compliant Framework Agreement, is in line with procurement best practices.

 

The source of funding is:

The source of funding will vary from scheme to scheme although most will be capital

 

Legal Advice obtained. Supplied by: Tony Hatton, Principal Solicitor.

When commissioning contracts for the provision of goods, services or the execution of works, the Council must comply with the provisions of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (PCR) and its own Contractual Standing Orders (CSO’s) as set out in the Constitution, failing which the award of a contract may be subject to legal challenge. In that regard, the Framework Agreement was set up following a compliant tender process in accordance with public procurement regulations in force at the time and CSO’s.

 

The framework arrangement enables the Council to call-off the specified services against the agreed set of terms etc. should they wish to do so within the lifespan of the framework.

 

The framework itself is not a contract and it must be made clear to providers on the framework that the Council is under no obligation to guarantee a certain volume of work or any work to any of the providers who are on it.  Effectively being party to the agreement does not place any obligation on the Council (or any other eligible authority) to use the framework but provides them with the opportunity to do so.

 

The maximum term for the framework agreement is a 4-year period (2 years plus two options to extend for 12 months), and the terms and conditions established under the framework govern the contracts let under it, although each contract will inevitably have some differences to reflect the agreement struck between the parties to the contract.

 

At the end of this potential 4-year period, the framework must be dissolved and suppliers for goods or services re-competed for. If necessary, a new framework can then be established. This ensures that value for money can be periodically tested and open competition maintained. The period of the individual contracts established under the framework can be as long or as short as the authority requires and may be entered into at any time during the period of the framework arrangement.

 

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS: Submitted by:  David R Mills, Interim Strategic Finance Manager

Dated:  06/07/22

 

Taking a view on previous experience and potential works coming through the council there could be the potential of £8million of work throughout the duration of the contract.

 

These works will be agreed and authorised on a case-by-case basis and dependent on council need.

 

Innovation Project implications have been considered.

 

PROCUREMENT IMPLICATIONS: Supplied by: Deborah Derbyshire

Dated: 01/07/2022

 

The procurement process is outlined in the report above, therefore the process undertaken is compliant with the Procurement Contract Regulations and the Councils 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.

 

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

 

Report to Procurement Board dated 27th July 2022


Contact Officer: Les Woolhouse Head of Buildings and Facilities

Telephone Number: 07713 786 093

 

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

 

The appropriate Scrutiny Committee to call-in the decision is the Growth and Prosperity Scrutiny Panel and the Overview and Scrutiny Board

 

Signed:          Paul Dennett            Dated:      27 July 2022

                       City Mayor

 

 

*           This decision was published on 27 July 2022

*           This decision will come in force at 4:00pm on 3 August 2022 unless it is called-in in accordance with the Decision Making Process Rules.

 


25/07/2022 - A V Roe House, 262 Liverpool Road, Eccles ref: 2161    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Property / Regeneration Briefing

Made at meeting: 25/07/2022 - Property / Regeneration Briefing

Decision published: 25/07/2022

Effective from: 02/08/2022

Decision:

Salford City Council - Record of Decision

Disposal of A V Roe House, 262 Liverpool Road, Eccles M30 0SD

 

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

 

  1. Confirm and approve the selection of bidder 4 as the preferred purchaser of the subject property.

 

  1. Instruct and authorise officers to progress, negotiate and finalise heads of terms with the preferred purchaser which will be subject to subsequent formal approval.

 

  1. Authorise officers to inform the remaining bids that they have been unsuccessful.

 

The Reasons are: To allow disposal of a long-term empty property while receiving a Capital Receipt. In addition to this the preferred purchaser has demonstrated the deliverability of their proposal, so the disposal will ensure a sustainable long-term use for the property.

 

Assessment of Risk: Low

Source of funding:  Not Applicable

 

Legal Advice Obtained: Yes - Tony Hatton/Deborah Scott - Shared Legal Service

 

Financial Advice obtained: Yes - David Mills - Strategic Finance Manager

 

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 public briefing report of the Strategic Director of Place submitted to Property and Regeneration Briefing held on 25 July 2022



Contact Officers:     

Andrew Cartwright - Head of Service, Strategic Delivery Tel No 0164 779 6074

Alex Cox - Graduate surveyor                                           Tel No 0161 779 4837

 

 

 

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

 

The appropriate scrutiny to call-in the decision is the Growth and Prosperity scrutiny panel                   

 

 

Signed: Councillor Tracy Kelly

Deputy City Mayor

Date: 25 July 2022

 

 

*           This decision was published on Monday 25 July 2022.

*           This decision will come in force at 4.00 pm on Monday 1 August 2022 unless it is called-in in accordance with the Decision Making Process Rules.

 

 


25/07/2022 - Lester Road Reconstruction Scheme ref: 2160    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Property / Regeneration Briefing

Made at meeting: 25/07/2022 - Property / Regeneration Briefing

Decision published: 25/07/2022

Effective from: 02/08/2022

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 approve the Lester Road Reconstruction Scheme

 

The Reasons are the scheme seeks to address the deterioration of the existing highway and improve the pavement structure so that it is fit for purpose for industrial use.

Options considered and rejected were: No other options were considered.

 

Assessment of Risk: High – a failure to  implement this scheme will result in the matter being determined by the court. There is a risk that the judgement will go against the council. At court, the test will not be in successfully demonstrating repairs in a timely manner to prevent injury or third party damage, but to demonstrate that the highway is in a “proper state of repair” and “fit for purpose”. That would not only result in the scheme being enforced but full legal costs being borne by the Council. Timescales are tight.

The source of funding is a  combination of £1.175m in historic Highways Maintenance DfT grants and £0.500m in approved general unsupported borrowing, for the 2022/23 financial year.

 

Legal Advice obtained:

Helen Chapman, Solicitor, Shared Legal Service Tel: 0161 219 6323

 

Financial Advice obtained:

Alison Woods, Senior Accountant, (Planning & Transport)Tel: 0161 9251135

 

Procurement Advice obtained:

Heather Stanton Category Manager Level 2 Tel: 0161 686 6241

 

HR Advice obtained: Not applicable

 

Climate Change Advice obtained: Not applicable

 

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

The public briefing report of the Strategic Director of Place submitted to Property and Regeneration Briefing held on 25 July 2022



Contact Officer:  Steve Mangan, Group Engineer Highway Asset management

                           Tel No: 0161 603 4034

 

 

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

 

The appropriate scrutiny to call-in the decision is the Growth and Prosperity scrutiny panel                   

 

 

Signed: Councillor Tracy Kelly

Deputy City Mayor

Date: 25 July 2022

 


25/07/2022 - Proposed Advertising Site - A6 Broad Street ref: 2159    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Property / Regeneration Briefing

Made at meeting: 25/07/2022 - Property / Regeneration Briefing

Decision published: 25/07/2022

Effective from: 02/08/2022

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 approve enter into an agreement with wildstone to develop a digital 96 sheet advertising display on on land on the A6 Broad Street, adjacent to Langworthy Road.

 

The Reasons are Wildstone have put forward a proposal to develop a Digital 96 sheet advertising display on the A6 Broad Street, adjacent to Langworthy Road. The rent offered has been benchmarked and is deemed to be acceptable. This approval will allow this proposal to proceed.

 

Assessment of Risk: Low, all development costs will be met by the advert developer, there will be no liability on the Council.

Source of funding:  Not Applicable

 

Legal Advice Obtained: Yes

 Tony Hatton, Principal Solicitor - Shared Legal Service

 

Financial Advice obtained: Yes

Alison Woods, Senior Accountant (Planning and Transport)

 

Procurement Advice obtained: Yes

Christin Flisk, Procurement Manager

 

HR Advice obtained: Not applicable

 

Climate Change Advice obtained: Yes

Jonathan Till, Business Development Manager

 

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

The public briefing report of the Strategic Director of Place submitted to Property and Regeneration Briefing held on 25 July 2022


Contact Officer:       

Jonathan Till - Business Development Manager

Tel No 0164 779 6133

 

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

 

The appropriate scrutiny to call-in the decision is the Growth and Prosperity scrutiny panel                   

 

 

Signed: Councillor Tracy Kelly

Deputy City Mayor

Date: 25 July 2022

 

 

*           This decision was published on Monday 25 July 2022.

*           This decision will come in force at 4.00 pm on Monday 1 August 2022 unless it is called-in in accordance with the Decision Making Process Rules.

 


25/07/2022 - Proposed Advertising Site - A57 Liverpool Road ref: 2158    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Property / Regeneration Briefing

Made at meeting: 25/07/2022 - Property / Regeneration Briefing

Decision published: 25/07/2022

Effective from: 02/08/2022

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 approve enter into an agreement with wildstone to develop a digital 96 sheet advertising display on the A57 Liverpool Road, by the heliport.

 

The Reasons are Wildstone have put forward a proposal to develop a Digital 96 sheet advertising display on the A57 Liverpool Road, by the Heliport, Irlam. The rent offered has been benchmarked and is deemed to be acceptable.This approval will allow this proposal to proceed.

 

Assessment of Risk: Low, all development costs will be met by the advert developer, there will be no liability on the Council.

Source of funding:  Not Applicable

 

Legal Advice Obtained: Yes

 Tony Hatton, Principal Solicitor - Shared Legal Service

 

Financial Advice obtained: Yes

Alison Woods, Senior Accountant (Planning and Transport)

 

Procurement Advice obtained: Yes

Christin Flisk, Procurement Manager

 

HR Advice obtained: Not applicable

 

Climate Change Advice obtained: Yes

Jonathan Till, Business Development Manager

 

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

The public briefing report of the Strategic Director of Place submitted to Property and Regeneration Briefing held on 25 July 2022


Contact Officer:       

Jonathan Till - Business Development Manager

Tel No 0164 779 6133

 

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

 

The appropriate scrutiny to call-in the decision is the Growth and Prosperity scrutiny panel                   

 

 

Signed: Councillor Tracy Kelly

Deputy City Mayor

Date: 25 July 2022

 

 

*           This decision was published on Monday 25 July 2022.

*           This decision will come in force at 4.00 pm on Monday 1 August 2022 unless it is called-in in accordance with the Decision Making Process Rules.

 


25/07/2022 - Proposed Advertising Site - Broadway Roundabout ref: 2157    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Property / Regeneration Briefing

Made at meeting: 25/07/2022 - Property / Regeneration Briefing

Decision published: 25/07/2022

Effective from: 02/08/2022

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 approve enter into an agreement with billboard advertising ltd to develop a digital mega 6 advertising display on Broadway Roundabout, Salford.

 

The Reasons are Billboard Advertising Ltd have put forward a proposal to develop a Digital Mega 6 billboard on the Broadway Roundabout, Salford Quays. The rent offered is acceptable and a planning consent is in place to develop a digital screen at this location. This approval will allow this proposal to proceed.

 

Assessment of Risk: Low, all development costs will be met by the advert developer, there will be no liability on the Council.

Source of funding:  Not Applicable

 

Legal Advice Obtained: Yes

 Tony Hatton, Principal Solicitor - Shared Legal Service

 

Financial Advice obtained: Yes

Alison Woods, Senior Accountant (Planning and Transport)

 

Procurement Advice obtained: Yes

Christin Flisk, Procurement Manager

 

HR Advice obtained: Not applicable

 

Climate Change Advice obtained: Yes

Jonathan Till, Business Development Manager

 

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

The public briefing report of the Strategic Director of Place submitted to Property and Regeneration Briefing held on 25 July 2022


Contact Officer:       

Jonathan Till - Business Development Manager

Tel No 0164 779 6133

 

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

 

The appropriate scrutiny to call-in the decision is the Growth and Prosperity scrutiny panel                   

 

 

Signed: Councillor Tracy Kelly

Deputy City Mayor

Date: 25 July 2022

 

 

*           This decision was published on Monday 25 July 2022.

*           This decision will come in force at 4.00 pm on Monday 1 August 2022 unless it is called-in in accordance with the Decision Making Process Rules.