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Issue details

Investment in the redevelopment of Lincoln Court Independent Living Scheme

Purpose of Report: The report will update Executive on the progress made on the development of Lincoln Court. It will seek approval to invest in an enhanced scheme, with photovoltaic cells to reduce living costs, enhanced communal facilities and additional apartments. It will seek approval for the capital budget to deliver this scheme.

The Executive will be asked to approve the enhanced design for the scheme, approve the budget for the scheme and agree to appoint the preferred bidder to carry out the development work.

Decision type: Key

Reason Key: Cabinet Decision - a 'Key Issue' - decision leading to savings or expenditure of £500,000 or above;

Decision status: Decision Made

Wards affected: Westfield Ward;

Notice of proposed decision first published: 28/01/2019

Decision due: 18/03/19 by Executive
Reason: This item has been deferred to an additional meeting of the Executive to allow for the completion of outstanding Executive business.

Lead member: Councillor Jenny Brooks, Executive Member for Housing and Safer Neighbourhoods cllr.jbrooks@york.gov.uk

Lead director: Corporate Director of Health, Housing and Adult Social Care

Department: Directorate of Health, Housing and Adult Social Care

Contact: Vicky Japes email:  vicky.japes@york.gov.uk tel: 01904 553382  vicky.japes@york.gov.uk.

Consultation process

Consultation process:
Consultation has been carried out with tenants about the detailed design of the scheme. This scheme is designed to address the feedback from this engagement.
The previous scheme has been the subject to planning consultation.
Ward Councillors and housing officers have been supporting the tenants to engage fully in discussions about the future design and quality of the scheme.
Consultation with local young people about the future use of the former MUGA site was carried out in Summer 2018.


Consultees

Tenants have been engaged in the design of the scheme.
Neighbouring residents have been engaged through the planning process.
Local young people have been consulted about the future use of the MUGA area behind Lincoln Court.
Hob Moor Primary Academy and the Centre of Excellence project board have all had input into the design, layout and access to the scheme.

Decisions

Agenda items

Documents

  • Investment in the redevelopment of Lincoln Court Independent Living Scheme  

 

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