Decisions by Individual Cabinet Members, Cabinet and Committees

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Decisions published

29/09/2022 - Appointment of the main contractor for Kings Avenue Primary school – Toilet refurbishment project. ref: 8258    For consultation

Decision Maker: Strategic Director: Resident Services

Decision published: 21/09/2022

Effective from: 29/09/2022

Decision:

1.    To approve a waiver to Section 8.2 of the Council’s Contract Standing orders and consequently award the contract to Virtuous Developments, as main contractor for toilet refurbishment at Kings Avenue Primary School. 

 

2.    To approve a contract sum of £95,399.12, commencing 17 October 2022 and completing by 14 November 2022, for a total project cost of £125,161.93 that includes a contingency of £14,309.87.

 

Wards affected: Clapham Common and Abbeville;

Lead officer: Andre Gordon


29/09/2022 - Agency Contract Extension ref: 8256    For consultation

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Finance and Cost of Living

Decision published: 21/09/2022

Effective from: 07/10/2022

Decision:

1.    To extend the contract with Matrix Supply Chain Management (Matrix SCM), for the provision of agency workers for the period from 1 October 2022 to 30 September 2023. The value of the extension is estimated to be £44.44m, taking the proposed total value of the contract to £208.84m. 

 

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Paul Ewing


28/09/2022 - Railton Low Traffic Neighbourhood (LTN) – Phase 2 ref: 8255    For consultation

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Sustainable Lambeth and Clean Air

Decision published: 20/09/2022

Effective from: 06/10/2022

Decision:

1.         To have regard to the Equality Impact Assessment prepared for the purposes of this report (Appendix C).

 

2.         To authorise officers to carry out statutory consultation on phase 2 of the Railton Low Traffic Neighbourhood on new or amended traffic and parking restrictions pursuant to Schedule 9, paragraph 20(1) and Section 23(2) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 and to issue statutory notices for proposed road humps pursuant to Section 90C of the Highways Act 1980 as referred to below in section 4 of this report.

 

3.         Subject to the outcome of the statutory consultation referred to above, to grant scheme approval for the proposals described in section 2 of this report and illustrated in the design drawings attached in Appendix A at an estimated cost of £1,311,250.

 

4.         That, subject to the above approval and having due regard to the outcome of the consultation referred to in recommendation 2 above, to implement the scheme on March 2023 under new permanent traffic management orders made under the provisions of sections 6, 45, 49, 124 and Schedule 1 and Part IV of Schedule 9 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, subject to no material representations being received during the statutory consultation process, but that if any objections are received, they are considered by a Director or Assistant Director of Resident Services by way of a written report before a decision is reached.

 

5.         That, subject to the approval at recommendation 2 above and having considered the objections resulting from the statutory consultation process to delegate to a Director or Assistant Director of Residents Services authority to decide whether or not to hold a public inquiry pursuant to Regulation 9 of the Local Authorities Traffic Orders (Procedure) (England and Wales) Regulations 1996 as referred to at Section 4 of this report.

 

6.         That, subject to the approval at recommendation 2 above, to delegate to a Director or Assistant Director of Residents Services having considered any objections resulting from the statutory consultation process under section 90C of the Highways Act 1980 authority to decide whether or not to hold a local inquiry as referred to at Section 4 of this report.

 

7.         Subject to approval of recommendation 4 above, to allocate £1,311,250 from the currently unallocated theme budget for Sustainable Transport/Public Realm within the Capital Investment Programme (CIP) approved by Cabinet in July 2020 towards the implementation of the schemes referred to in paragraph 1.

Wards affected: Brixton Rush Common; Brixton Windrush; Herne Hill and Loughborough Junction;

Lead officer: Gabriel George


26/09/2022 - Rough Sleeping Initiative Funding (RSI) year 5 ref: 8254    Recommendations Approved (subject to call-in)

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Better Homes and Reducing Homelessness

Decision published: 15/09/2022

Effective from: 04/10/2022

Decision:

1.         To note the spend from 1 April to 31 July 2022 (Q1) for an amount of £422,292.

 

2.         To approve the spend from 1 August 2022 to 31 March 2023 for an amount of £844,585 with an overall total of £1,266,877.

 

3.         To extend contracts from 1 April 2022 to 31 March 2023 on the grounds of demonstrable best interests under waiver Contract Standing Order 8.2:

A)   Thames Reach for £937,930

B)   St Mungo’s for £15,000

C)   Single Homeless Project £313,947,

as set out in paragraph 3.2 and including the expenditure for noting.

 

 

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Emma Casey


23/09/2022 - Proposed Vehicle Crossovers in Controlled Parking Zones (CPZs) Batch 1 2022-2023: (1) 30a Mount Ephraim Road ref: 8253    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Assistant Director, Parking, Street Management and Commercial, Environment and Streetscene

Decision published: 14/09/2022

Effective from: 23/09/2022

Decision:

(1)          To grant scheme approval for officers to commence statutory consultation on the proposed amendment of a parking bay within the St Leonard’s ‘Zone I’ CPZ, to accommodate the installation of a new vehicle crossover at No. 30a Mount Ephraim Road described in this report and detailed in Appendix A.

 

(2)          That, subject to the above approval, to agree to the amendment of the relevant parking bay, and to the relevant Traffic Management Order (TMO) to accommodate the installation of this vehicle crossover under sections 6, 45, 49, 124 and Schedule 1 and Part IV of Schedule 9 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, subject to no material objections resulting from the statutory consultation process, but that any material objections that are received are considered by the Assistant Director of Parking, Streetworks and Commercial by way of a separate written report before a decision is reached.

 

(3)          To note the Equality Impact Assessment prepared for the purposes of this report attached at Appendix B.

 

(4)          To exercise discretion not to hold a public inquiry pursuant to Regulation 9 of the Local Authorities Traffic Orders (Procedure) (England and Wales) Regulations 1996.

 

Wards affected: Streatham St Leonard's;

Lead officer: Caroline Stanyon


23/09/2022 - Highway Stopping Up: Portion of Leake Street Footway ref: 8251    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Director of Infrastructure and Capital Delivery

Decision published: 14/09/2022

Effective from: 23/09/2022

Decision:

1)    That upon receipt of payment from the applicant, the Council publishes a notice of intent to make an order (the “Order”) under section 247(2A) of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 (the “Act”) to remove (“stop up”) the part of the highway (footway) fronting the proposed Elizabeth House building on the north side of Leake Street, as shown on drawing M000351-3-SK-040, revision D (Appendix A).

 

2)    That if, by the end of the 28-day consultation period, no objections have been received, or any objections received are withdrawn, then the Assistant Director of Infrastructure, Environment, Public Realm and Climate Change Delivery will request that the Order be made as an unopposed Order.

 

3)    If objections are received and are not withdrawn and the Mayor of London decides that an inquiry is necessary, the Council shall cause an inquiry to be held.

 

Wards affected: Waterloo and South Bank;

Lead officer: Rachel Sandbrook


23/09/2022 - Oval to Stockwell Low Traffic Neighbourhood (LTN) - Phase 2 ref: 8252    Recommendations Approved (subject to call-in)

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Sustainable Lambeth and Clean Air

Decision published: 14/09/2022

Effective from: 01/10/2022

Decision:

1.            To have regard to the Equality Impact Assessment prepared for the purposes of this report (Appendix A).

 

2.            To authorise officers to carry out statutory consultation on phase 2 of the Oval to Stockwell Low Traffic Neighbourhood on new or amended traffic and parking restrictions pursuant to Schedule 9, paragraph 20(1) and Section 23(2) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 and to issue statutory notices for proposed road humps pursuant to Section 90C of the Highways Act 1980 as referred to below in section 4 of this report.

 

3.            Subject to the outcome of the statutory consultation referred to above, to grant scheme approval for the proposals described in section 2 of this report and illustrated in the design drawings attached in Appendices B, C, D and E at an estimated cost of £768,750.

 

4.            That, subject to the above approval and having due regard to the outcome of the consultation referred to in recommendation 2 above, to implement the scheme on March 2023 under new permanent traffic management orders and traffic order notices made under the provisions of sections 6, 45, 49, 124 and Schedule 1 and Part IV of Schedule 9 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, subject to no material representations being received during the statutory consultation process, but that if any objections are received, they are considered by a Director or Assistant Director of Resident Services by way of a written report before a decision is reached.

 

5.            That, subject to the approval at recommendation 2 above, to delegate to a Director or Assistant Director of Residents Services having considered any objections resulting from the statutory consultation process under section 90C of the Highways Act 1980 authority to decide whether or not to hold a local inquiry as referred to at Section 4 of this report.

 

6.            That, subject to the approval at recommendation 2 above, to delegate to a Director or Assistant Director of Residents Services having considered any objections resulting from the statutory consultation process under section 90C of the Highways Act 1980 authority to decide whether or not to hold a local inquiry as referred to at Section 4 of this report.

 

7.            Subject to approval of recommendation 4 above, to allocate £768,750 from the currently unallocated theme budget for Sustainable Transport/Public Realm within the Capital Investment Programme (CIP) approved by Cabinet in July 2020 towards the implementation of the schemes referred to in paragraph 1.

 

 

 

Wards affected: Oval;

Lead officer: Neela Ajithkumar


16/09/2022 - Leisure Management Software ref: 8250    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Strategic Director: Resident Services

Decision published: 08/09/2022

Effective from: 16/09/2022

Decision:

1.    To approve the award of contract to OpenPlay Ltd via the G-Cloud Framework which will provide the Leisure Management Software system that will be used across all the leisure centres in Lambeth commencing April 2023.   This will be for a period of up to 4 years from 1 September 2022 (2+1+1) with a maximum contract value of £300,000 over that term.

 

Lead officer: May Patel


15/09/2022 - Insight Symology – One Year Contract ref: 8249    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Strategic Director: Resident Services

Decision published: 07/09/2022

Effective from: 15/09/2022

Decision:

1.    To extend the contract with Symology for the continued use of their managed, works and asset management system for a further one (1) year, commencing 16 September 2022 to 15 September 2023 at a contract value cost of £122,480 and a total contract value of £415,911.

 

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Matt Gunn


13/09/2022 - Insurance Legal Services ref: 8248    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Finance and Cost of Living

Decision published: 05/09/2022

Effective from: 22/09/2022

Decision:

1.         To award the Insurance Legal Services contract to the providers listed below, from 29 September 2022 to 28 September 2027 with an option to extend for a further two years, with a total contract value of £14m (£10m for 5 years, £14m with two-year extension):

 

Weightmans LLP

Kennedys Law LLP

DAC Beachcroft

Plexus Law

Clyde & Co

Browne Jacobson LLP

 

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Maureen Dennie