Issue - meetings

Insourcing of clearance and maintenance services - TUPE transfer

Meeting: 17/01/2018 - South Holland District Council (Item 89)

89 Insourcing of clearance and maintenance services - TUPE transfer

To seek approval for the insourcing of work areas and transfer of staff to the Council’s Environmental Services Team (report of the Portfolio Holder for Place and the Executive Director Place is enclosed).

 

 

 

 

Minutes:

The Council considered a report by the Portfolio Holder for Place and Executive Director – Place seeking approval for the insourcing of work.

 

DECISION:

 

1)  That the recommendations set out in the report be approved.

 


Meeting: 21/11/2017 - Cabinet (Item 41)

41 Insourcing of clearance and maintenance services - TUPE transfer

To seek approval for the insourcing of work areas and transfer of staff to the Council’s Environmental Services team (report of the Portfolio Holder for Place and the Executive Director Place enclosed).

 

Minutes:

Consideration was given to the joint report of the Portfolio Holder for Place and the Executive Director Place, which sought approval for the insourcing of work areas and transfer of staff to the Council’s Environmental Services Team.

 

Members asked that further information be provided with regard to seasonal work. The recommendations would be taken to Council for final approval.

 

DECISION:

 

a)    That Cabinet notes that, at a meeting of South Holland District Council on 24 May 2017, agreement was reached for a cross department review of ‘Place Services’;

 

b)    That following the Place Services review, the ‘contractual arrangements set out in the report be terminated mutually;

 

c)    That those matters requiring a Council decision be recommended to council in accordance with the recommendation in the report.

 

(Other options considered:

·         To continue with the range of council services described within the report being outsourced to a private contractor;

Reasons for decision:

·         The strategy for transferring housing void clearances, cemetery services and one-off activities as described within the report addressed a number of business requirements).