The current Resurfacing Contract was awarded
to Eurvia Infrastruture Limited in June 2014. The intial term is
for two years with an option to extend by up to further two years.
This contract covers major road resurfacing and reconstruction in
Kent. It does not include other forms of road and footway
maintenance such as surface treatments and pothole repairs, which
are provided uner other contracual arrangements.
Decision type: Key
Reason Key: Expenditure or savings of more than £1m;
Decision status: Recommendations Approved
Division affected: (All Division);
Notice of proposed decision first published: 20/11/2015
Department: Growth, Environment & Transport
Contact: Alan Casson, Strategic Asset Manager 03000413563 and 03000413563 Email: email@example.com Tel: 01622 221896, Roger Wilkin, Director of Highways, Transformation and Waste Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: +443000413479.
Essex County Council, as the accountable body for the LEP, administers the Local Growth Fund money that has been allocated by Government to the South East LEP. KCC will receive £1 million annually as a grant from the Local Growth Fund: KCC will be responsible for assessing applications from individual businesses, issuing loan agreements, monitoring the loans and for reporting on performance to the LEP and to Government. This role is similar to the accountable body role that KCC currently performs in relation to the Regional Growth Fund programmes. When the loans are repaid, the funds accumulated can be recycled: the details are expected to be set out in the Grant Agreement between KCC and Essex County Council.
E&T Cabinet Committee to consider proposed decision at its meeting on 4 December 2015
Financial implications: Alan Casson 03000 413563 Roger Wilkin 03000 413563
Legal implications: 15/00103