Decision - Proposed Extension to Parking Services, People and Resources Contract | Westminster City Council
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Decision - Proposed Extension to Parking Services, People and Resources Contract

Decision details

Proposed Extension to Parking Services, People and Resources Contract

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Environment and City Management

Decision status: Recommendations Approved

Is Key decision?: No

Is subject to call in?: Yes

Purpose:

Report to seek approval to invoke the extension provision within the Parking-related Business Processing and Technology (BP&T) contract

Decision:

1.       That the Cabinet Member for Environment and City Management approved the contract to be extended for up to two years, with a break clause at six-monthly intervals and/or termination for convenience (60 days’ notice required). To ensure compliance is managed at all times with no loss of service, the extension will commence, subject to Cabinet Member approval, on the cessation of the existing contract from 1st July 2018.

 

2.       That the report be exempt from disclosure by virtue of paragraph 3 of the Part 1 of Schedule 12A to the Local Government Act 1972 in that it contains information relating to the financial or business affairs of any particular persons (including the authority holding that information).

 

1.       Since July 2014 the contractor has managed the provision of the on-street marshalling service via the P&R contract. At the time the contractor’s tender offered the most economically advantageous proposal when compared to the other tenders received in relation to:

 

·         Contract cost

·         Kerbside management solution

·         End-to-end business processing solution

·         Technology platform and integrated solution

·         Customer solution

·         Transition and mobilisation

·         Management Systems

 

2.       This initial term of the contract is due to expire on the 30th June 2018 and parking services wish to invoke the two-year contract extension catered for in the contract, whilst incorporating a number of enhancements such as: a reduction in the number of paid for Marshalling hours; and Marshal deployment directly from home rather than via a base.

3.       The alternative to extending the contract would be a full procurement which would be time and cost prohibitive.

 

Publication date: 24/05/2018

Date of decision: 24/05/2018

Effective from: 02/06/2018

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