Decisions

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Decisions published

15/09/2020 - Principle Build Contractor Award for the Refurbishment of The Former Sea Mills Children’s Centre. ref: 872    Recommendations Approved

On7th May 2019 ‘ Cabinet delegated authority to the Executive Director of People in consultation with the Executive Director of Growth and Regeneration, to take all necessary steps to procure and deliver (a) the refurbishment of the Former Sea Mills Children Centre, and (b) operation of the Centre and the delivery of all associated services.’

Decision Maker: Executive Director: Adults, Children and Education (DCS)

Decision published: 25/09/2020

Effective from: 15/09/2020

Decision:

Enter into a contract with Kier Ltd via the SCAPE Minor Works Framework, to refurbish the Former Sea Mills Children Centre to provide assisted Independent Living Accommodation’ for social rent for young adults who have a range of complex care needs.

Lead officer: Louise Baker


04/09/2020 - North and East Bristol – Universal Business Support ref: 871    Recommendations Approved

An open competition has been held in accordance with Bristol City Council, UK and EU procurement rules/laws to identify a suitable provider for the North and East Bristol – Universal Business Support project. Get Set for Growth have been selected as the preferred bid following receipt of bids and an assessment process in accordance with Bristol City Council Procurement processes.

Decision Maker: Executive Director: Growth and Regeneration

Decision published: 21/09/2020

Effective from: 04/09/2020

Decision:

To approve the award of the NEB-UBS service provider contract to Get Set for Growth following an OJEU compliant open competition and tender assessment process.

Lead officer: Louise Baker


02/04/2020 - Purchase racking for deceased people at the Temporary Resting Place at Sandy Park. ref: 870    Recommendations Approved

A temporary resting place was set up at Sandy Park to accommodate the significant additional number of deaths predicated in the Covid 19 pandemic.
Refrigerated storage units were hired, which required internal racking to be used as a resting place. Racking on which to place deceased people was purchased.

Decision Maker: Director: Legal and Democratic Services (MO & SIRO)

Decision published: 17/09/2020

Effective from: 02/04/2020

Decision:

To purchase racking for six refrigerated containers at Sandy Park Temporary Resting Place on which to place deceased people. The racking allowed each of the 40ft containers to hold 50 deceased people.

Lead officer: Yvonne Dawes


27/04/2020 - Purchase 6,000 body bags for Flax Bourton Mortuary during the Covid 19 pandemic ref: 869    Recommendations Approved

Body bags are used by the Flax Bourton Public and Forensic mortuary in usual operation in certain circumstances. During the Covid 19 pandemic, the mortuary deceased resting place capacity was increased to accommodate the anticipated additional deceased. Deceased people at the mortuary would be resting in a different environment where the use of body bags would be appropriate. Body bags were in short supply and so a substantial stock was purchased. If they are not needed, they will be stored and used over subsequent years.

Decision Maker: Director: Legal and Democratic Services (MO & SIRO)

Decision published: 17/09/2020

Effective from: 27/04/2020

Decision:

To purchase 6,000 body bags for the Flax Bourton Public and Forensic Mortuary.

Lead officer: Yvonne Dawes


07/09/2020 - Freight Consolidation Grant ref: 868    Recommendations Approved

The decision is to award a grant for freight consolidation. The grant is one of a number of projects to be delivered via the Go Ultra Low West (GULW) programme, funded by the Office of Low Emission Vehicles.

Decision Maker: Director: Management of Place

Decision published: 08/09/2020

Effective from: 07/09/2020

Decision:

The decision is to award a grant for freight consolidation. The grant is one of a number of projects to be delivered via the Go Ultra Low West (GULW) programme, funded by the Office of Low Emission Vehicles.

Lead officer: Louise Baker