Bath & North East Somerset Council
The Weekly List
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DECISIONS OF CABINET MEMBERS ON MATTERS WITHIN THEIR
PORTFOLIO OR OF OFFICERS ON MATTERS WITHIN THEIR
decisions will be taken on or after 13-Jun-09 (unless a
different date is shown) following a 5-working-day public
consultation period. The
decision, once taken, will be published in a subsequent
Weekly List. The
report sent to the decision maker is attached. Exempt
(private) information is sent only to the decision maker.
Cllr Vic Pritchard
Free to Decide on or after 01-Jul-09
proposed that the Council should operate a policy of not funding
placements in care homes which have a rating of 0 stars (also known
as a Poor rating), following inspection by the Commission for Social
PREVIOUSLY PUBLISHED AND NOW FREE TO DECIDE BUT NOT YET
papers were published in a previous Weekly List and await
report submitted to the decision maker may be accessed by
reference to the quoted Weekly List edition.
Cllrs Terry Gazzard, Malcolm Hanney (WL 22-May-09)
TAKEN BY THE WEST OF ENGLAND JOINT WASTE MANAGEMENT
COMMITTEE AND NOW SUBJECT TO CALL-IN
decision below was taken by the West of England Joint Waste
Management Committee at its meeting on 27-May-09. If
not Called-in by any of the partner authorities, the
decision will be implemented in due course.
At its meeting on Wed 27-May-09, the West of England Joint Waste Management Committee awarded the Phase 2 Joint Waste Management Contract to Company A, subject to Call-in.
Call-in period for Bath & NE Somerset Councillors will elapse on
The decision of the Joint Committee was as follows.
The Joint Waste Management Committee:
1. Noted and approved the outcome of the evaluation of the Phase 2 tendering process.
2. Agreed to award the Phase 2 contract to the Tenderer detailed in the exempt Appendix 3 to the report on the basis of the Variant Bid tonnages, as their tender had been shown to be the Most Economically Advantageous Tender, subject to the satisfactory provision of the requisite Performance Bond.
3. Noted the risks outlined in the report and exempt Appendix 3 and asked officers to bring forward to the next meeting of the committee, a project implementation plan, which outlines the key dates and milestones and the actions which both the Partnership and the successful Tenderer will take to maximise the potential for successful implementation and mitigate risks.
4. Requested all four Partnering Authorities (Bath & North East Somerset, Bristol City, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire Councils) to formally seal the Phase 2 contract with the successful Tenderer.
The Minutes of the meeting can be seen at:
PREVIOUSLY LISTED IN THE FORWARD PLAN BUT NOW WITHDRAWN FOR
THE REASONS STATED BELOW
Reason for Withdrawal: Decision
no longer required as a Cabinet report on July 8th 2009 will cover