Decisions

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Decisions published

07/08/2019 - External Maintenance & Painting Works to City Council Housing Stock Manor Farm Henbury ref: 630    Recommendations Approved

To ensure Council Houses are safe, secure

Decision Maker: Executive Director: Growth and Regeneration

Decision published: 08/09/2019

Effective from: 07/08/2019

Decision:

Approval to award a call off contract from a Framework to carry out external maintenance

Lead officer: Louise Baker


05/09/2019 - Arnside and Glencoyne Square Regeneration – acceptance of £3.6m HIF funding award from Homes England ref: 629    Recommendations Approved

To accept external funding contract in accordance with Cabinet decisions of 3rd July 2018 and 2nd July 2019 to accept and invest a £3.6m Housing Infrastructure Fund (HIF) award to support housing delivery and regeneration in central Southmead, a decision is now made to enter into contract with Homes England to accept this £3.6m award.

Decision Maker: Executive Director: Growth and Regeneration

Decision published: 08/09/2019

Effective from: 05/09/2019

Decision:

In accordance with Cabinet decisions of 3rd July 2018 and 2nd July 2019 to accept and invest a £3.6m Housing Infrastructure Fund (HIF) award to support housing delivery and regeneration in central Southmead, a decision is now made to enter into contract with Homes England to accept this £3.6m award.

Lead officer: Louise Baker


09/08/2019 - Design for Castle Park Depot ref: 614    Recommendations Approved

This project will establish the options for developing the Castle Park Depot site to a mixed use development to incorporate a Water Source Heat Pump (WSHP) led energy centre combined with residential and/or commercial development.
BCC are installing heat networks across the city in order to support the Mayor’s goal for Bristol to be a carbon neutral city by 2030 and to reduce fuel poverty.
This ‘Castle Park Depot’ energy centre will serve the Old Market Network (OMN). Due to the proximity next to the water this is a critical location for installing a WSHP. The water source heat pump is key to decarbonising the wider heat network critical for city goal to be carbon neutral by 2030.

Decision Maker: Director: Management of Place

Decision published: 08/09/2019

Effective from: 09/08/2019

Decision:

To contract the following design services covering RIBA stage 0 - 2 for the Castle Park Depot site in central Bristol. This contract will include strategic definition; consider financial viability, strategic option appraisal and preparation of concept design.

Lead officer: Louise Baker