Decisions

Decisions published

09/06/2022 - Provisional Capital and Revenue Outturn Report 2021 - 22 ref: 4060    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 09/06/2022 - Cabinet

Decision published: 16/06/2022

Effective from: 17/06/2022

Decision:

Moving to item 10, Councillor Mark Shayer (Deputy Leader and Cabinet Member for Finance and Economy) and Brendan Arnold (Service Director for Finance) introduced the Provisional Capital and Revenue Outturn Report 2021 – 22 -

 

This report outlined the Provisional Outturn position of the Council for the year ending 31st March 2022. Full details of the Provisional Outturn position for each directorate is set out in the body of the report.

 

Cabinet agreed to:

 

1.    Note the Provisional Revenue Outturn position for the year to 31 March 2022 and

 

2.    Note the Provisional Capital Outturn position for that year including the Capital Financing Requirement of £75.275m

 

is a statutory requirement to provide an outturn report and is provisional as it is subject to external audit.

 

3.    Agree that the Provisional Revenue Outturn position includes the setting aside of monies in the sum of £0.349m into a Change Contingency To be carried forward to financial year 2022/23

 

To fund Invest to Save initiatives in 2022/23 to assist in balancing future budget requirements.

 

4.    Note that the Provisional Revenue Outturn position includes the setting aside of monies to support the 2022/23 Revenue Budget as agreed by Council on 28 February 2022 to agree the

a. Carry forward of general resources in the sum of £2.845m to financial year 2022/23

b. Carry forward of Covid grants in the sum of £4.890 m to 2022/23.

c. Carry forward of the remaining balance of £1.708m set aside at closure of the accounts for 2020/21 to assist in preparing for budget settlements in later years.

 

These arrangements were approved by Full Council at the meeting on 28 February 2022to balance the 2022/23 Revenue Budget.

 

5.    Recommend the Report to City Council 20 June 2022

 


09/06/2022 - Facilities Management (Hard Services) Term Services Contracts ref: 4058    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 09/06/2022 - Cabinet

Decision published: 16/06/2022

Effective from: 17/06/2022

Decision:

Councillor Mark Shayer (Deputy Leader and Cabinet Member for Finance and Economy) introduced the Facilities Management (Hard Services) Term Services Contracts report.

 

The current Facilities Management (Hard Services) term services contracts expire in February 2023.

 

Plymouth City Council outsources repairs, maintenance and compliance of its property assets to specialist maintenance term contractors.

 

In order to safeguard continuity and protect ‘business as usual’ it is required that Plymouth City Council undertake a new procurement and tender process for Facilities Management (Hard Services) term services contracts.

 

 

Cabinet agreed to:

 

1.    Approve the business case, which includes the Options Appraisal for Facilities Management and its conclusion that Option 2: Outsource delivery to multiple term contractors is the best option.

 

2.    Authorise the undertaking of a new procurement and tender process for Facilities Management (Hard Services) contracts. This will be achieved through term service contracts delivered by outsourced multiple term contractors.

 

3.    Delegate authority for the award of contracts to the Strategic Director for Customer and Corporate Services where they would otherwise not have the authority to do so.


09/06/2022 - Renewal of Armed Forces Covenant ref: 4059    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 09/06/2022 - Cabinet

Decision published: 16/06/2022

Effective from: 17/06/2022

Decision:

Councillor Mark Shayer (Deputy Leader and Cabinet Member for Finance and Economy) introduced the Renewal of Armed Forces Covenant report.

 

 

The purpose of this report is to request Cabinet approval of the renewal of the Armed Forces Covenant by Plymouth City Council and to delegate to the Leader of the Council authority to effect signing.

 

 

Cabinet agreed to:

 

1.    Approves the renewal proposal so that the Council can demonstrate its individual commitment, not only to serving members of the armed forces, but to veterans, reservists and their families.

 


09/06/2022 - Response to the Budget Amendment at Council 28 February 2022 ref: 4057    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 09/06/2022 - Cabinet

Decision published: 16/06/2022

Effective from: 17/06/2022

Decision:

Councillor Mark Shayer (Deputy Leader and Cabinet Member for Finance and Economy) and Brendan Arnold (Service Director for Finance) introduced the Response to the Budget Amendment at Council 28 February 2022 -

 

 

To clarify decisions and actions required to deal with the consequences of the Budget Amendment

 

 

Cabinet agreed to:

 

1. Note the Report

 

2. Approve a post lockdown review of all parking charges, to include the potential reinstatement of the charges removed in 2021 (see Appendix 3); and delegate the outcome of the review to the to the Portfolio Holder for Finance in consultation with the Strategic Director for Place and the Section 151 Officer to be reported at the next Cabinet meeting.

 

The recommendation is required in order to offset the budget pressure of £300,000 introduced at Council on 28 February

 

3. Approve the creation of the Council Advisory Group on the Community Improvement Fund referred to in Appendix

 

4. Approve the creation of a cross-party working group to investigate the use of the current £16m commercial rental income.

 

These recommendations are needed to keep the 2022/23 Budget in balance and to avoid increasing the budget shortfall for future years.



15/06/2022 - Woolwell To The George Transport Scheme: Phase 1. Pre-Construction Contract Award ref: 4056    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Delegated Decisions

Made at meeting: 15/06/2022 - Delegated Decisions

Decision published: 15/06/2022

Effective from: 15/06/2022


15/06/2022 - The City of Plymouth (Off-Street Parking Places) (Amendment Order No. 2022.2137278 Oceansgate & Regent Street) Order ref: 4053    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Delegated Decisions

Made at meeting: 15/06/2022 - Delegated Decisions

Decision published: 15/06/2022

Effective from: 23/06/2022