Agenda item

Gateway 4 - City Cluster Area - Wellbeing and Climate Change Resilience Programme Implementation (2021-2024)

Report of the Director of the Built Environment

Minutes:

The Sub Committee considered a Gateway 4 report of the Director of the Built Environment regarding implementation of the Wellbeing and Climate Change Resilience element of the City Cluster Area Delivery Plan. The Chairman introduced the item and outlined the programme approach to be undertaken for the project. The Sub Committee noted that legal agreements needed to be finalised with St. Helen’s Bishopsgate, which was a project dependency.

 

RESOLVED – That the Projects Sub Committee:

 

  1. Note the estimated implementation budget is a minimum of £1.447m based on current estimates for the projects outlined in this report;

 

  1. Note that the estimated implementation budget will be further increased by external sponsorship with the exact amount to be confirmed at Gateway 5;

 

  1. Agree that the 7 projects listed in the Options Appraisal table are approved to be taken forward to Gateway 5, at which point individual project reports will be submitted for approval, in line with the project procedure;

 

  1. Agree that £90,000 from the Pinnacle and Mitre Square Section 106 agreements is approved for the programme budget to continue the development of the 7 projects to Gateway 5;

 

  1. Note that further projects listed in the appendix to the report, may be developed in future years, subject to funding being confirmed; and

 

  1. Note that within the overall programme budget, funds can be moved between the 7 individual projects and between staff costs, fees and works to maintain pace of delivery and maximum efficiency of the process.

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