Forthcoming Decisions

Forthcoming Decisions

24/11/2022 - KD 5566 - Award of contract for the Young Person's Substance Misuse Service

Following an open tender process the contract for the Young Person's Substance Misuse Service will be awarded to the successful bidder.

Decision Maker: Director of Health and Adult Social Care

Decision due date: Not before 29/12/2022

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Jayne Longstaff

Notice of decision: 24/11/2022

21/11/2022 - KD 5565 - Enfield Landscape Recovery Project, Enfield Chase Restoration

As part of the Enfield Chase Landscape Restoration project development phase it is proposed to investigate opportunities for landscape restoration measures in rural areas of Enfield across the Salmons Brook and Turkey Brook valleys. This involves working with land managers in parks and farms to evaluate the potential for river naturalisation and reconnection of floodplains, creation of wetlands, and restoration of woodland and grassland habitats with the ambition to reduce downstream flooding, improve water quality, create and improve habitats for wildlife and reconnect people with nature. The project aims to build on existing projects including Enfield Chase Woodland Creation and Salmons Brook Natural Flood Management, as well as explore future opportunities through Defra’s Landscape Recovery Scheme.

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Environment

Decision due date: Not before 20/12/2022

Wards affected: Cockfosters; Ridgeway; Whitewebbs;

Lead officer: Jamie Kukadia

Notice of decision: 21/11/2022

18/11/2022 - KD 5564 - Refurbishment of tennis courts in parks

To approve a submission to the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) for funding to improve the quality of the tennis courts in the borough. The investment will be £500,000+

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Public Spaces, Culture & Local Economy

Decision due date: Not before 19/12/2022

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Tim Harrison

Notice of decision: 18/11/2022

16/11/2022 - KD 5563 - Unified communication programme - Platform

The Council are looking to replace their core telephony solution which has been categorised as end of life. A broader programme exists to extend our capability to provide a Unified Communications platform that will encompass all other existing voice systems and other means of digital communication. This will allow us to reduce complexity and costs, streamline our service and realise additional benefits from end-to-end customer journeys as well as providing for future innovations in the area.

Decision Maker: Executive Director - Resources

Decision due date: Not before 20/12/2022

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Maryam Moussavi

Notice of decision: 16/11/2022