Decision Maker: Portfolio Holder for Assets & Planning
Decision status: Recommendations Approved
Is Key decision?: Yes
Is subject to call in?: Yes
The purpose of this report is to secure
executive agreement to enter into a partnership management
agreement with Heritage Lincolnshire, and to enter into project
delivery agreements with a range of local partners to enable the
Spalding Reconnected project to commence delivery.
1. That the Council agrees to enter into the required project management agreement with Heritage Lincolnshire and a project delivery agreement with a range of local delivery organisations to deliver the Spalding Reconnected: Historic Town and Riverside project.
2. That authority is provided to the Assistant Director for Strategic Growth and Development to enter into the required project management and delivery agreements with key delivery partners and organisations
To seek approval for actions required to enable project management and delivery arrangements with key organisations that will support the delivery of the Spalding Reconnected: Historic Town and Riverside scheme, therefore helping to progress the scheme to delivery
Do nothing – The option to do nothing, although open, would mean that the investment priorities that the scheme looks to progress and sit under the auspices of the Spalding Town Centre Improvement Programme would not be delivered or met.
Reason Key: Generating income above £75,000 threshold in respect of revenue/£180,000 in respect of capital;
Wards Affected: Spalding Castle; Spalding Monkshouse; Spalding St John's; Spalding St Mary's; Spalding St Paul's; Spalding Wygate;
Conflict of Interest: None
Dispensation Granted: None
Contact: John Mullen, External Funding Officer Email: John.Mullen@sholland.gov.uk.
Publication date: 16/03/2023
Date of decision: 16/03/2023
Effective from: 24/03/2023