Decision Maker: Executive Director: Growth and Regeneration
Decision status: Recommendations Approved
Is Key decision?: No
Is subject to call in?: No
This will ensure that we are able to fund the
services that are preventing and reliving rough sleeping in the
city in line with the governments Rough Sleeping Strategy and the
aims of the Corporate Strategy 2022-27.
A report was approved by Cabinet on the 5th
April 2022 for the plans for the provision of services relating to
the Rough Sleeping Initiative (RSI) and Commissioning services from
2022 to 2025.
Recommendation 2 on the report requested that Cabinet, ‘Authorise the Executive Director, Growth and Regeneration to accept and spend the 2022-23 Quarter 1 funding award from DLUHC
for £690,345 received on 20th December 2021”. 2022-23 is a transition year, as we are seeking to extend current contracts and grant agreements until tender processes have been undertaken and
new contracts are in place for funded services in the programme.
Option 1 - This option prioritises service
continuity to prevent a return to rough sleeping for a vulnerable
client group who experience multiple disadvantage and any other
option would be contrary to the aims of the Corporate Strategy
Option 2 -
Option 3 -
Publication date: 13/06/2022
Date of decision: 13/06/2022