Proposed decision is to replace an existing lease agreement to allow Waste Management extended occupation by continuing to operate a Waste Transfer Station and Household Waste Recycling Centre in Sevenoaks. This new arrangement will remove existing lease break clauses and extend the current term from 2026 to 2030. Further negotiated terms have concluded whereby existing lease charges over the initial term will be reduced by £1.6m, these will continue for the duration of the lease creating further value of £800k. Additional operational space has also been secured.
This proposed decision enables the retention of existing essential environmental services which are for the wellbeing and benefit to the residents of Sevenoaks District.
Decision type: Key
Reason Key: Expenditure or savings of more than £1m;
Decision status: Recommendations Approved
Division affected: Sevenoaks North & Darent Valley; Sevenoaks Rural North East; Sevenoaks Rural South; Sevenoaks Town; Sevenoaks West; Swanley;
Notice of proposed decision first published: 12/06/2017
Decision due: Not before 12th Jul 2017 by Cabinet Member for Planning, Highways, Transport and Waste
Reason: In order that the proposed decision can be published for a minimum of 28 days, in accordance with statutory requirements
Lead member: Cabinet Member for Planning, Highways, Transport and Waste
Lead director: Roger Wilkin
Department: Growth, Environment & Transport
Contact: David Beaver, Head of Waste Management and Business Services Tel: 03000 411620 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
No public consultation was needed as this is an extension to an existing contract to KCC’s benefit.
The proposed decision was considered and endorsed by the Environment and Transport Cabinet Committee on 15 June 2017.
Financial implications: Savings against the current leasing arrangements of £1.6m over the existing term and extend to £2.4m when considering the extended period.
Legal implications: Legal agreements will be drafted by Invicta Law.
Equalities implications: There are no equalities implications as this is a business to business arrangement.