Decisions by Individual Cabinet Members, Cabinet and Committees

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Decisions published

01/12/2021 - Household Support Fund framework and approach ref: 8010    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Finance and Performance

Decision published: 01/12/2021

Effective from: 01/12/2021

Decision:

1.         To note the spend from 06 October 2021 to 01 December 2021 for an amount of £331,295.

2.         To agree the framework set out in paragraph 2.1 and approach detailed in the remainder of the report for distribution of £2,389,342 of grant funding for the Household Support Fund from 01 December 2021 to 31 March 2022.

 

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Tom Barrett


09/12/2021 - 10-22 Tooting Bec Gardens – Refurbishment works ref: 8009    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Housing and Homelessness

Decision published: 01/12/2021

Effective from: 17/12/2021

Decision:

To increase the contract sum to Engie Regeneration Limited for the contract for External and Internal refurbishment of 10/22 Tooting Bec Gardens by £532,755 to a total value of £2,098,976, for 2020 - 2022.

 

Wards affected: St Leonards;

Lead officer: Garry Dickson


09/12/2021 - Streetspace for London – Kennington Road – Westminster Bridge Road Experimental Traffic Measures ref: 8014    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Assistant Director of of Infrastructure, Environment, Public Realm and Climate Change Delivery

Decision published: 01/12/2021

Effective from: 09/12/2021

Decision:

1.            To note the Equality Impact Assessment prepared for the purposes of this report (Appendix D)

 

2.            To authorise officers to carry out statutory consultation under Regulation 6 of the Local Authorities Traffic Orders (Procedure) (England & Wales) Regulations 1996 referred to below in paragraph 4.5 respectively.

 

3.            To issue scheme approval for carriageway changes as an experimental traffic order on Kennington Road, as defined on attached Appendix A which is drawing number 2020-21 CW Kennington Rd Phase 1-construction, Appendix B- 2020/21 Kennington Road Phase 2 and Appendix C made up of drawings on Westminster Bridge Road which are LBL-BP-GA-WBR-01 & LBL-BP-GA-WBR-02.

 

4.            That subject to the above approval and due regard to the outcome of the consultation referred to in recommendation 2 above, to implement the schemes in Recommendation 3 under experimental traffic management orders made under the provisions of sections 9, 10, 124, Schedule 1 and Part IV of Schedule 9 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 and that the notices of making for the Experimental Traffic Orders contain the statements specified in Schedule 5 of the Local Authorities' Traffic Orders (Procedure) (England and Wales) Regulations 1996.

 

5.            To note that due consideration to the consultation referred to in paragraph 2 above will be made by way of a written report to Assistant Director of Infrastructure, Environment, Public Realm and Climate Change Delivery, Michael Munnelly before a decision is reached on whether or not to make the Experimental Traffic Order and subsequently that any valid objections received during the statutory objection period pursuant to Regulation 23(3) of the 1996 Regulations will be considered by way of a written report to the Assistant Director of Infrastructure, Environment, Public Realm and Climate Change Delivery before a decision is reached on whether or not any of the provisions of the experimental order will be made permanent.

 

6.            That, after consultation with the Chief Officer of Police, any modifications to any Experimental Order which renders it less restrictive may be authorised by the Assistant Director of Infrastructure, Environment, Public Realm & Climate Change Delivery without the requirement to re-advertise the Order under Section 10(2) of the said Act.

 

7.            To undertake a non-statutory consultation exercise with local stakeholders prior to any decision on being made moving to a permanent traffic order.

 

8.            To approve to spend £50,000 which was estimated to implement all aspects of the schemes which include consultations, Traffic Order, schemes implementations and Lambeth Staff management fees. The cost for the schemes is fully funded via Transport for London’s Local Improvement Plan (LIP) which was confirmed in July 2021.

Wards affected: Bishop's;

Lead officer: Tony Ajala


09/12/2021 - Emergency Lighting Installation at Clapham Manor Primary School ref: 8013    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Strategic Director: Resident Services

Decision published: 01/12/2021

Effective from: 09/12/2021

Decision:

To waive Section 8.2 of the Council’s Contract Standing Orders (CSOs), requiring a formal competitive tender process for contracts over £100,000, to approve the contract to T & D Barrs Plumbing & Heating Ltd for a contract value of £194,906. Works to commence as soon as possible, for a period of 20 weeks.

 

Wards affected: Clapham Town;

Lead officer: Andre Gordon


09/12/2021 - Emergency Fire Alarm Replacement at Clapham Manor Primary School ref: 8012    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Strategic Director: Resident Services

Decision published: 01/12/2021

Effective from: 09/12/2021

Decision:

Wards affected: Clapham Town;

Lead officer: Andre Gordon


09/12/2021 - Refurbishment of Clapham Common Depot ref: 8011    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Director of Environment and Streetscene

Decision published: 01/12/2021

Effective from: 09/12/2021

Decision:

To waive the council’s Contract Standing Order 8.2, which requires a formal tender exercise for contracts over £100,000, to award RME Services Ltd the contract for the works to refurbish Clapham Common depot to the value of £316,000.  It is anticipated the works will commence during December 2021 for a contract period of approximately 10 weeks.

 

Wards affected: Clapham Common;

Lead officer: Patricia Anamoah


08/12/2021 - Estate Parking Enforcement, Phase 3 ref: 8008    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Strategic Director: Resident Services

Decision published: 30/11/2021

Effective from: 08/12/2021

Decision:

1)         To approve the scheme for the introduction of estate parking at four estates subject to a satisfactory response to formal objections from the community:

·           Claremont East;

·           Claremont West;

·           Myatts Field South; and,

·           Tulse Hill Estate 

 

2)         To approve the scheme for the minor amendments of estate parking arrangements at five estates subject to a satisfactory response to formal objections from the community:

·           Tindal Street - Lothian estate.

·           Paulet Road;

·           Foxley Road;

·           Cancell Road; and,

·           Russell Grove.

 

3)         To approve minor changes to existing 2014 Traffic Management Orders (TMO) to incorporate historic changes made to pricing and to incorporate the introduction of virtual residents and visitor permits.

 

4)         To proceed with implementation of parking infrastructure (lines and signs) at York Hill Estate.  A Traffic Management Order is already in force on this estate.

 

Wards affected: Streatham Hill; Thurlow Park; Tulse Hill; Vassall;

Lead officer: Valdrin Rexha


22/11/2021 - Low Traffic Neighbourhoods Scrutiny Commission ref: 8007    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 22/11/2021 - Cabinet

Decision published: 26/11/2021

Effective from: 04/12/2021

Decision:

The report was introduced by Councillor Adilypour, Cabinet Member for Sustainable Transport, Environment and Clean Air who highlighted that:

 

·         Lambeth was the first Borough to publish a Low Traffic Neighbourhood Strategy

·         Significant resources had been invested in monitoring and equalities analysis

·         The Action Plan contained a clear response from the Overview and Scrutiny Commission.

 

Cabinet was addressed by Councillor Mary Atkins, Chair of the LTN Scrutiny Commission, who raised a number of points including that:

 

·         The Scrutiny Commission gave its thanks for Cabinet’s approval of the report

·         One of the main focuses was around how a change could be made which would take residents with it

·         The importance of using evidence form trusted sources had been recognised, and that external monitoring was seen as reliable

·         It was important for residents to feel that the LTN report was a trusted document inclusive and available to all

·         It was also necessary for it to be accessible, with consideration given to language used, as to not exclude any party or community group.

 

Cabinet made the following observations:

 

·         The report was thorough, and Officers and Members had done a commendable job on the LTN and the Scrutiny Commission

·         Some communities were not able to access the online consultation response form; accessibility must be considered going forwards

·         All communities would need to be engaged with in future, so they do not feel left behind.

 

In response to some of the questions and comments raised, Officers and the Cabinet Member advised the following:

 

·         Lambeth recently hosted an event which covered digital inclusion, and further work was ongoing with a number of the Council’s partners

·         With Covid restrictions having eased, the Engagement team ran street stalls over the last consultation period to enable those unable to access online the chance to respond

·         EIA panel feedback had been heard and taken on board

·         The Council would continue to offer face-to-face ways of responding.

 

 

Following consideration, Cabinet resolved:

 

1. To approve the Low Traffic Neighbourhoods Scrutiny Commission action plan response, attached at Appendix 1, subject to any comments from Members.


22/11/2021 - Air Quality Vision for Lambeth ref: 8006    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 22/11/2021 - Cabinet

Decision published: 26/11/2021

Effective from: 04/12/2021

Decision:

The report was introduced by Councillor Adilypour, Cabinet Member for Sustainable Transport, Environment and Clean Air who highlighted that:

 

·         Air quality in Lambeth had improved significantly over recent years

·         The levels of air pollution throughout the Borough may be legal but not safe

·         The Air Quality Vision would set out a number of ambitious targets to shape the Borough

·         Work would be done to educate and inform residents and communities on how they may take action on air quality themselves.

 

Cabinet was addressed by Councillor Peter Elliott of the Green Group, who highlighted a number of questions surrounding:

 

·         The programme of rolling out air quality monitors

·         Whether the data collected by developers could be made public.

 

In response to some of the questions and comments raised, Officers and the Cabinet Member advised the following:

 

·         Lightweight air quality monitors had been installed across the Borough

·         Next month it had been planned for an air quality monitoring station to be fitted which will ensure data was clarifiable

·         Services were being developed and expanded to ensure live data can be shared and published, increasing capability and ease of use by residents

·         Planning Permission had been applied to developers to ensure emissions are monitored

·         Discussions would be had going forward to see what could be done in terms of having data made public from developers

 

Cabinet made the following observations:

 

·         The report detailed a lot of data around the effects of poor air quality on children

·         There was a lot of community support on these issues, including residents using sustainable transport options such as walking and cycling

·         A number of schools had adopted air quality monitors which showed reduced levels of pollution around their cycle paths

·         It would be optimal for all schools to be able to monitor their air quality.

 

In response to some of the comments raised, Officers and the Cabinet Member advised the following:

 

·         A number of interventions and workshops would be presented to schools offering opportunities to learn about climate change

·         Discussions were being had with different groups across the Council to obtain recommendations as to where air quality monitors would be best placed

·         Communities and areas that were particularly impacted would be prioritised (e.g. Schools and care homes)

·         It was important to recognise the positive impact policies have had on air quality e.g. Bus electrification and the Ultra Low Emission Zone.

 

Following consideration, Cabinet resolved:

 

1. To approve and adopt the Air Quality Vision for Lambeth


01/12/2021 - The replacement of one boiler to the Brixton Recreation Centre ref: 8005    

Decision Maker: Strategic Director: Resident Services

Decision published: 23/11/2021

Effective from: 01/12/2021

Decision:

1.    To award a contract to K&T Heating for the sum of £156,925.30, including £10,000 contingency for the replacement of one boiler at the Brixton Recreation Centre, 27 Brixton Station Road, London, SW9 8QQ.

2.    To waive the Council’s Standing Orders to grant a direct award.

 

Wards affected: Coldharbour;

Lead officer: Ian Bhoorasingh


30/11/2021 - Proposed Cycle Hangars - Phase 5 ref: 8003    Recommendations Approved

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

Decision published: 22/11/2021

Effective from: 30/11/2021

Decision:

(1)       To note and consider the representations including objections received in respect of the proposals detailed in this report (set out in Appendix D)

 

(2)        To issue scheme approval for progression to statutory consultation on the installation of 51 Phase 5 cycle hangars at the locations set out in Appendix A at a total cost of £198,555.
(n.b.  Cyclehoop to receive a sum of £132,000 for 40 hangars).

 

(3)        To allocate £85,610 of capital funding from the Sustainable Transport/Public Realm theme of the 5-year Capital Investment Programme approved by Cabinet in July 2020.

(4)        Subject to the above approval, to agree to these schemes’ implementation under sections 6, 45, 63, 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 objections that are received are considered by the Assistant Director of Parking, Streetworks and Commercial by way of a written report before a decision is reached.

 

(5)        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: Brixton Hill; Clapham Common; Clapham Town; Coldharbour; Ferndale; Herne Hill; Knight's Hill; Larkhall; Oval; Streatham Hill; Streatham Wells; Thurlow Park; Tulse Hill; Vassall;

Lead officer: Caroline Stanyon


29/11/2021 - Co-ordination and Distribution of Surplus Food Contract Extension ref: 8002    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Health and Social Care (job-share)

Decision published: 19/11/2021

Effective from: 07/12/2021

Decision:

1.         To waive Contract Standing Order 8.2 and extend the contract with Healthy Living Platform to co-ordinate and distribute surplus food in the borough to help address food poverty from 01 February 2022 up until 31 March 2024 (at a total cost of £401,116) with an option to extend for a further year to 31 March 2025 (at a total cost of £594,838).

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Christopher D'Souza


26/11/2021 - Microsoft Enterprise Agreement Procurement ref: 8000    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Finance and Performance

Decision published: 18/11/2021

Effective from: 04/12/2021

Decision:

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Neeraj Mittra


25/11/2021 - North Lambeth and Stockwell Neighbourhood Areas - General Practice Capital Investment ref: 7998    Recommendations Approved

The Cabinet Members are requested to approve funding to the value of £2,217,000 support the delivery of the additional clinical capacity in Primary Care services in the Nine Elms Vauxhall locality because of the significant new residential developments within the area and the expected significant growth within the local populations.
The total cost to deliver the Project is £2,460,604 with the gap between the requested funding and the required funding being made up through a contribution of £243,604 from South East London Clinical Commissioning Group – Lambeth.
This investment will increase the clinical capacity in three General Practices in the north of Lambeth as follows:
• Mawbey Group Practice (Oval Ward)
• Binfield Road Surgery (Vauxhall Ward)
• South Lambeth Road Practice (Stockwell
Ward)

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Health and Social Care (job-share)

Decision published: 17/11/2021

Effective from: 03/12/2021

Decision:

1.    To amend the capital budget to reflect this investment, increasing from £2m approved in July 2020, to £2,217m.

 

2.    To allocate £2,217m of capital funding to the Clinical Commissioning Group to deliver the highlighted investment in three General Practices within the Nine Elms Vauxhall locality – Binfield Road Surgery, Mawbey Brough and South Lambeth

Wards affected: Oval; Prince's; Stockwell;

Lead officer: Andrew Eyres


25/11/2021 - Highways Improvement Programme (HIP) 2021-22-Footway Renewal ref: 7999    Recommendations Approved

For the implementation of the next programme of footway renewal works for the 2021-22 Highways Improvement Programme (HIP).

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Sustainable Transport, Environment and Clean Air (job-share)

Decision published: 17/11/2021

Effective from: 25/11/2021

Decision:

1.    To approve the next programme of footway works for the 2021/22 Highways Improvement Programme as set out in 3.2 to a total value of £2.11m.

 

2.    To allocate £2.11m from the approved CIP ‘theme’ budget for the Highways Improvement Programme (HIP) to the relevant project budgets for this programme.

 

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Tony Ajala


23/11/2021 - School Capital Maintenance – Variation to Current Consultant Contract ref: 7997    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Children and Young People

Decision published: 15/11/2021

Effective from: 01/12/2021

Decision:

1.         To note that the contract extension with Ingleton Wood is set to expire on 28 February 2022.

 

2.         To note that current expenditure on professional fees to Ingleton Wood has already exceeded the anticipated threshold of £848,268, referred to in the CMDRR of July 2020.

 

3.         To note the variation of the contract to Ingleton Wood LLP (from 1 February 2016 to 28 February 2020) to the sum of £473,320.59, (£320,681.14 of existing expenditure and £152,639.35 of commitments)

 

4.         To approve the further variation of the contract to Ingleton Wood LLP (from 1 March 2020 to 28 February 2022) by the sum of £142,056.35, in the delivery of the Schools Capital Maintenance Programme.  This will ensure continuity of professional services in respect of current live projects, for which Ingleton Wood has already been appointed.  These projects are scheduled to complete in their entirety by the end of Q1 2022-23.

 

5.         To note that a re-procurement exercise for a professional services consultant is underway, with the expectation that a new contract will be in place from 1 March 2022.   

 

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Greg Wade


22/11/2021 - Traffic Order to enforce proposed loading bay on Palace Road as part of Coburg Crescent Learning Disability Resource Centre development ref: 7996    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Director of Infrastructure and Capital Delivery

Decision published: 12/11/2021

Effective from: 22/11/2021

Decision:

1.         To issue scheme approval for the proposed introduction of a loading bay, and adjacent vehicle waiting restrictions, as presented on Hanna and Hutchinson drawing 15012-HAH-ZZ-00-DR-C-0103, “Lambeth Resource Centre: S278 Works”, revision C01 (Appendix A).

 

2.         That, subject to the above recommendation, a traffic order process be undertaken in order to legally implement this loading bay and the associated adjacent vehicle waiting restrictions. This process will be undertaken in accordance with sections 6, 45, schedule 1 and Part IV of Schedule 9 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 and section 90A of the Highways Act 1980. Completion of the traffic order process will be contingent on there being no material objections resulting from the statutory consultation process.

 

3.         That, if objections are received as part of the statutory consultation process, any such objections are considered through the preparation and review of a revised Officer Delegated Decision Report (ODDR) before the traffic order process is further progressed.

 

Wards affected: Streatham Hill;

Lead officer: Rachel Sandbrook


22/11/2021 - Traffic Order to enforce proposed parking/stopping restrictions changes on Mandrell Road as part of S278 Works for Sudbourne Primary School, Mandrell Road. ref: 7995    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Strategic Director: Resident Services

Decision published: 12/11/2021

Effective from: 22/11/2021

Decision:

1.         To issue scheme approval for the proposed permanent changes to parking/stopping restrictions on Mandrell Road to suit the revised location of the school campus entrance, as presented on Hanna and Hutchinson drawing SUD-HAH-XX-ZZ-00-DR-C-0011, “Sudbourne Primary School: S278 Works”, revision C01 (Appendix A).

 

2.         That, subject to the above recommendation, a traffic order process be undertaken in order to legally implement these parking/stopping restrictions changes. This process will be undertaken in accordance with sections 6, 45, schedule 1 and Part IV of Schedule 9 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 and section 90A of the Highways Act 1980. Completion of the traffic order process will be contingent on there being no material objections resulting from the statutory consultation process.

 

3.         That, if objections are received as part of the statutory consultation process, any such objections are considered through the preparation and review of a revised Officer Delegated Decision Report (ODDR) before the traffic order process is further progressed.

 

Wards affected: Brixton Hill;

Lead officer: Rachel Sandbrook


22/11/2021 - South Bank Spine Route Public Realm Project - Chicheley Street and Belvedere Road Junction ref: 7994    Recommendations Approved

To grant scheme approval for Highway changes to Chicheley Street and Belvedere Road as the first phase of the South Bank Spine Route public realm project.

The proposals include a new zebra crossing on Belvedere Road, a wider uncontrolled pedestrian crossing on Chicheley Street, drainage remedials, carriageway resurfacing, localised carriageway widening to facilitate turning manoeuvres, and adjustments to the vehicular bays along Chicheley Street to enable the installation of Transport for London (TfL) Cycle Hire bikes and of a temporary bus stop.

The works will be funded from the £10.388m Capital Investment Programme earmarked for Waterloo and the South Bank

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Sustainable Transport, Environment and Clean Air (job-share)

Decision published: 12/11/2021

Effective from: 30/11/2021

Decision:

1.    To have regard to the Equality Impact Assessment prepared for the purposes of this report (Appendix 2).

 

2.    To authorise officers to carry out statutory consultation pursuant to Schedule 9, paragraph 20(1) and Section 23(2) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 and Section 90C of the Highways Act 1980 referred to below in paragraphs 4.3, 4.7 and 4.11 respectively.

 

3.    Subject to the outcome of the 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 1 at an estimated cost of £761,900.  

 

4.    That, subject to the above approval to delegate to the Director of Infrastructure and Capital Delivery consideration a written report of the outcome of the consultation referred to in recommendation 2 above

 

5.    That, subject to the consideration of the written report referred to in paragraph 4 above to delegate to the Director of Infrastructure and Capital Delivery consideration as to whether or not to hold a local inquiry in respect of objections resulting from the statutory consultation process under section 90C of the Highways Act 1980.

 

6.    Subject to there being no material alteration to the Scheme arising from the consultations referred to above, to authorise officers to implement the scheme under sections 45, 49, 124 and Schedule 1 and Part IV of Schedule 9 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984.

 

7.    Subject to approval of recommendation 6 above, to allocate £761,900 from the Capital Investment Programme (CIP) ‘theme’ budget for Waterloo & South Bank Economic Recovery: public realm investment, approved by Cabinet in July 2020 towards the implementation of highway changes to Chicheley Street and Belvedere Road as illustrated on drawings attached in Appendix 1 as part of the first phase of the South Bank Spine Route public realm project.

 

Wards affected: Bishop's;


19/11/2021 - Disabled Persons’ Parking Places – Batch 1 2020-21 ref: 7993    For Determination

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

Decision published: 11/11/2021

Effective from: 19/11/2021

Decision:

Following consideration of representations and objections received during statutory consultation (as set out in Appendix D) and the Disabled Parking Equalities Impact Assessment (background document) to authorise the making of traffic management orders providing for:

a)         The installation of the disabled persons’ parking places at the locations listed in Appendix A to this report.

b)         The removal of those disabled persons’ parking places listed in Appendix B to this report as having had no objection to their removal.

c)         To exercise discretion not to hold a public inquiry.

 

Wards affected: Bishop's; Brixton Hill; Clapham Common; Clapham Town; Coldharbour; Ferndale; Gipsy Hill; Herne Hill; Knight's Hill; St Leonards; Stockwell; Streatham Hill; Streatham South; Streatham Wells; Thurlow Park; Tulse Hill; Vassall;

Lead officer: Stefan Cuff


19/11/2021 - Variation to delivery: Pre-exposure prophylaxis “PrEP” outreach to at risk communities delivered by Aymara Social Enterprise and Brook (through Love, Sex, Life) ref: 7990    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Strategic Director: Integrated Health and Adults Care

Decision published: 11/11/2021

Effective from: 19/11/2021

Decision:

1.    To agree the contract variation needed to include Southwark in the existing contract between Aymara Social Enterprise and LB Lambeth (on behalf of LB Southwark) for the provision of the enhanced PrEP offer with Latin American communities for an amount of £80,000.

 

2.    To agree the contract variation needed to include Southwark in the existing contract between Brook and LB Lambeth (on behalf of LB Southwark) for the provision of the enhanced PrEP offer with black communities for an amount of £120,000.

 

Lead officer: Jennifer Reiter


19/11/2021 - 6 Schools Roofing Works ref: 7991    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Children and Young People

Decision published: 11/11/2021

Effective from: 27/11/2021

Decision:

1.    To approve the award of the contract to Breyer Group Ltd for the 6 Schools Roofing Works for a contract sum of £1,492,817.36 commencing on 30 November 21 for a period of 24 weeks, and a client held contingency with the total contract sum not exceeding £1,750,000.

 

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Stella Denyoh


18/11/2021 - Variation to delivery: Block funding of pre-exposure prophylaxis “PreP” service provision delivered by Guy’s and St Thomas’ Trust and King’s College London ref: 7989    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Strategic Director: Integrated Health and Adults Care

Decision published: 10/11/2021

Effective from: 18/11/2021

Decision:

To agree the contract variation needed to include Southwark in the existing contract between KCH, GSTT, LB Lambeth (on behalf of LB Southwark) for the provision of the enhanced PrEP offer for a total value of £378,398.

 

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Jennifer Reiter


18/11/2021 - Surrender and Renewal of Lease at Knights Youth Centre ref: 7988    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Strategic Director: Finance and Investment

Decision published: 10/11/2021

Effective from: 18/11/2021

Decision:

1.         To agree the surrender of the existing lease and agree to a new 40year lease to be completed this financial year to KYC on the terms set out in recommendation 2 and paragraph 2.2 below;

 

2.         To agree a new grounds lease on terms tied into a Community Service Agreement with a mid-term break to allow for potential redevelopment of the site. The lease will be contracted outside of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954; and

 

3.          To delegate to the Head of Valuation and Strategic Property in consultation with the relevant cabinet member, authority to agree the final terms of surrender and regrant of the lease and Community Services Agreement in the best interests of the council and residents.

 

Wards affected: Streatham Hill;

Lead officer: Caroline Ashby


17/11/2021 - Information Technology Services Management (ITSM) LANDesk Replacement Project ref: 7987    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Strategic Director: Resident Services

Decision published: 09/11/2021

Effective from: 17/11/2021

Decision:

To award the contract to Hornbill Solution for LANDesk Replacement via the Crown Commercial Services (CCS) G-Cloud-12 Framework for an initial period of two-years from 1April 2022 to 31 March 2024 at the value of £168,857.60, with the option to extend for a further 12 months to 31 March 2025 with the total maximum value of £293,579.36.

 

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: sami syed


17/11/2021 - Grant of an Underlease – Wyvil Primary School ref: 7986    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Strategic Director: Finance and Investment

Decision published: 09/11/2021

Effective from: 17/11/2021

Decision:

  1. To grant a 125 year underlease from the date of completion, aligning with the Council’s headlease.  The Council will lease to The Wyvern Federation the new school building comprising; first floor, ground floor, lower ground and basement located at Keybridge House, 80 South Lambeth Road, SW8 1RL.

 

Wards affected: Oval;

Lead officer: Caroline Ashby


17/11/2021 - Laptops, associated products, and services procurement ref: 7985    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Finance and Performance

Decision published: 09/11/2021

Effective from: 25/11/2021

Decision:

1.            To approve the award of Lot 1, Lot 8 and Lot 9 as outlined in paragraph 2.7 to SCC (UK) Limited for the duration 1 December 2021 to 30 November 2023 for an estimated contract value of £125,000 with the option to extend for up to a further 24 months to 19 November 2025. The option to extend will be subject to new pricing agreement.

 

2.            To approve the award of Lot 2, Lot 3, Lot 4, and Lot 7 as outlined in paragraph 2.7 to Computacenter for the duration 1 December 2021 to 30 November 2023 for an estimated contract value of £1,400,000 with the option to extend for up to a further 24 months to 19 November 2025. The option to extend will be subject to new pricing agreement.

 

3.            To approve the award of Lot 5 and Lot 6 as outlined in paragraph 2.7 to XMA Limited for the duration 1 December 2021 to 30 November 2023 for an estimated contract value of £125,000 with the option to extend for up to a further 24 months to 19 November 2025. The option to extend will be subject to new pricing agreement.

 

4.            To allocate £1.438m of capital funding from the ICT Infrastructure theme of the Five-Year capital programme approved by July 2020 Cabinet.

 

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Neeraj Mittra