Cabinet Member for Commercial Matters
“As a county council we are committed to getting the best services delivered at the best value for Staffordshire taxpayers.
The procurement of a framework agreement will give us both flexibility and rigour for the removal of asbestos when needed.”
Mark Deaville, Cabinet Member for Commercial Matters
Reasons for the Decision – To consider proposals for the a new Framework Agreement for the Provision of Asbestos Removal and Encapsulation Services.
Decision – (a) That Staffordshire County Council (the “Council”) concludes its regulated procurement in line with the Public Contract Regulations 2015 (the “Regulations”) for the Framework Agreement;
(b) That, following the procurement process, the successful suppliers be appointed to the Framework Agreement for the period 1st March 2022 to 28th February 2024 and that, dependent on the quality of their delivery, the 24-month service extension be implemented to a final contract end date of 28th February 2026; and
(c) That the Director of Corporate Services be given delegated authority to:
(i) Approve the initial awards of the tendered suppliers to the Framework Agreement and authorise the Council entering into the Framework Agreement with successful suppliers;
(ii) Approve all subsequent call-off contracts under this Framework Agreement and authorise the Council entering into any call-off contracts with suppliers under the Framework Agreement; and
(if applicable) approve the 2-year extension to the Framework Agreement in its 2nd year.