Decisions

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Decisions

18/09/2020 - Purchase of Bins for Garden Waste Scheme ref: 735    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Executive Director - Commercialisation (S151)

Decision published: 21/09/2020

Effective from: 18/09/2020

Decision:

We have sought 3 quotes as part of our procurement process and are recommending to purchase 600 bins from MGB Plastics.
These were chosen as they provided the best value of the quotes we received and are the supplier of the bins for our last purchase so we are aware of the quality of the bins from experience.
The quote for the bins is £9,660 which equates to £16.10 per unit plus VAT.

Lead officer: Charlotte Paine


16/09/2020 - Business Rates - Discretionary Rate Relief ref: 734    Recommendations Approved

To review and decide expanded retail discount scheme decisions, in line with the review provisions contained in the Discretionary Rate Relief Policy

Decision Maker: Portfolio Holder for Finance, Strategies, Partnerships

Decision published: 16/09/2020

Effective from: 24/09/2020

Decision:

That the business hereditament concerned, Store and Premises Newhaven, Risegate Road, Gosberton, Lincs, PE11 4EZ (property reference: 70058571) does not meet the criteria of the Extended Retail Discount scheme and therefore ratepayer Bates Environmental Ltd cannot receive the relief.

 

Any decision made determines whether or not the individual ratepayer is entitled to support under the Expanded Retail Discount Scheme (100% relief for 2020/21) and, in turn, to the Retail, Hospitality and Leisure Grant. Both of which are central Government schemes designed to support those businesses, that meet the criteria, due to the impact of Covid19.

 

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Sharon Hammond


16/09/2020 - Electric Vehicle Chargepoint Legal Agreement ref: 733    Recommendations Approved

To consider the proposed legal agreement which would allow South Holland District Council to install an electric vehicle chargepoint at Holbeach Community Centre car park. To also consider the suggested change of site in Crowland.

Decision Maker: Portfolio Holder for Public Protection

Decision published: 16/09/2020

Effective from: 24/09/2020

Decision:

1)     That the Portfolio Holder agrees that the Council takes a sub-lease in order to install an electric vehicle chargepoint at Holbeach Community Centre subject to a maximum consideration of £1.

 

2)     That the Council shall pay the Holbeach Community Association in arrears, all costs (excluding standing charges) in connection with the supply of electricity to the chargepoints, this will be done on a quarterly basis.

 

3)     That the Portfolio Holder agrees that the Council will pay the Holbeach Community Association’s reasonable legal fees.

 

4)     That, in view of the Council’s inability to install chargepoints in West Street, Crowland and Pinchbeck Library the alternative site in Crowland at Snowden Pavilion and Sports Field car park be approved

 

5)     That the Portfolio Holder gives the Licensing and Business Support Manager and Environmental Protection Manager delegated authority, following consultation with the Portfolio Holder to arrange all details relating to the legal agreements that will be required for the placement of further electric vehicle chargepoints within the District. This delegated authority will only relate to those sites where funding has been approved, and currently includes:

 

-   Priory Road, Spalding

-   Vine Street, Spalding

-   Victoria Street, Spalding

-   Holbeach Community Centre

-   Curlew Centre, Sutton Bridge

-   Snowden Pavilion, Crowland

 

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Jack Fulham, Donna Hall