Agenda item - Additional Condition Funding Allocation

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Agenda item

Additional Condition Funding Allocation

Report of the Executive Director Families Children & Learning (copy to follow)

Decision:

RESOLVED: That the Committee -

 

(i)             Agreed that the level of additional School Condition Allocation funding totalling £2.262 million for investment in improving the condition of school buildings be noted;

 

(ii)            Recommended that this allocation be added to the council Capital Investment Programme for expenditure in 2021/22;

 

(iii)          Agreed to recommend to Policy & Resources Committee that they grant delegated authority to the Assistant Director of Property & Design to procure the capital maintenance and basic need works and enter into contracts within these budgets, as required, in accordance with Contract Standing Orders in respect of the entire Education Capital Programme. With a focus upon the additional funding securing works which are, wherever possible, sustainable in their use of materials and method of delivery.

Minutes:

47.1    The item was agreed without discussion.

 

47.2    RESOLVED: That the Committee -

 

(i)             Agreed that the level of additional School Condition Allocation funding totalling £2.262 million for investment in improving the condition of school buildings be noted;

 

(ii)            Recommended that this allocation be added to the council Capital Investment Programme for expenditure in 2021/22;

 

(iii)          Agreed to recommend to Policy & Resources Committee that they grant delegated authority to the Assistant Director of Property & Design to procure the capital maintenance and basic need works and enter into contracts within these budgets, as required, in accordance with Contract Standing Orders in respect of the entire Education Capital Programme. With a focus upon the additional funding securing works which are, wherever possible, sustainable in their use of materials and method of delivery.

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