Decisions

Decisions

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Decisions published

23/05/2018 - Direct Services Trading Company - Service Contract and Support Contract ref: 2066    Recommendations Approved

Finalisation of lease and licensing agreements with the LATCo covering the LATCo companies’ occupation of relevant Council premises and use of Council resources.

Decision Maker: Chief Executive

Decision published: 08/01/2021

Effective from: 23/05/2018

Decision:

To enter into the Service Contract and the Support Contract between the Council and the LATCo.

Decision Maker: Chief Executive

Decision published: 12/01/2021

Effective from: 23/05/2018

Decision:

To approve the terms under which the Council will enter into leases and/or licences covering the LATCo companies’ occupation of relevant Council premises and use of Council resources.

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Simon Howick


06/01/2021 - The allocation of CIL monies to Oxfordshire County Council for the implementation of Controlled Parking Zones across the city of Oxford. ref: 2068    Recommendations Approved

To contribute towards the CPZ programme to be rolled out by Oxfordshire County Council where consultation demonstrates there is local support and the need is supported by the Highways Authority.

Decision Maker: Head of Planning Services

Decision published: 12/01/2021

Effective from: 06/01/2021

Decision:

£200k allocated in the capital budget 2018/19.  The capital bid is highlighted on page 32 of the report and also referenced in the capital programme appendix

 https://mycouncil.oxford.gov.uk/ieDecisionDetails.aspx?AIId=14878


30/12/2020 - Contract Award for Engagement and Assessment Service, and provision of interim accommodation for Rough Sleepers and Single Homeless People ref: 2062    Recommendations Approved

Award of a contract that brings together a range of new and existing service functions to better meet the needs of single homeless people and to deliver on Oxford City Council’s ambition to ensure that nobody should have to sleep rough in Oxford. The Service is expected to play a major role in preventing and relieving rough sleeping and single homelessness.

Decision Maker: Chief Executive

Decision published: 07/01/2021

Effective from: 30/12/2020

Decision:

To award a contract for the engagement and assessment service and provision of interim accommodation for rough sleepers and single homeless peopleto St. Mungo’s.

 

Lead officer: Paul Wilding


16/12/2020 - Street Naming and Numbering Policy - Minor Amendment ref: 2065    Recommendations Approved

The decision allows for the policy to be unambiguous. The Cabinet will not ordinarily be involved when there are issues relating to a street name that is causing difficulties for the emergency services.

Decision Maker: Head of Law and Governance

Decision published: 07/01/2021

Effective from: 16/12/2020

Decision:

The Council’s refreshed Street Naming and Numbering Policy was adopted by the Cabinet at its meeting on 11 November 2020, subject to a change in para 12.1. That paragraph will now read:

“Streets will only be renamed under exceptional circumstances, such as when there are potential problems for the emergency services in identifying and locating an address, or there is substantial evidence (including from residents in the street) that the current name is no longer deemed suitable. Having considered the particular circumstances if, in the opinion of the Head of Law and Governance having consulted with the relevant portfolio holder, it is necessary to rename any street in such exceptional circumstances, this will proceed as specified in the Oxfordshire Act 1985, Section 13(2) a-c. In the event of there being a balance of judgments other than relating to potential problems for the emergency services to be made or unresolved objections following consultation about possible names (other than those relating to potential problems for the emergency services) the Cabinet will take the decision, following a written report to it from the relevant portfolio holder.”

Lead officer: Emma Griffiths


19/09/2020 - Award of Contract for the Supply of Enforcement Agency Services ref: 2061    Recommendations Approved

The decision will deliver the ability to maximise the collection of debts through the effective use of all available recovery options, reduce the costs of collection, ensure a high quality enforcement agent service is delivered and provide valuable income to the Council.

Decision Maker: Head of Financial Services

Decision published: 04/01/2021

Effective from: 19/09/2020

Decision:

The decision is to appoint Jacobs and Rundle & Co Ltd to provide the specialist skills required to operate an efficient and effective debt recovery service to the Council.