Decision details

*re-published: call-in no longer applies* Recipient Agreement Form re successful bid to install gas central heating systems in fuel-poor urban homes

Decision Maker: Executive Member for Health and Adult Services, incl Health & Wellbeing Board, health integration and extra care

Decision status: For Determination

Is Key decision?: No

Is subject to call in?: No

Decision:

To authorise the Corporate Director for Strategic Resources to accept the grant and conditions, following consultation with the Executive Member for Public Health and Prevention, the Corporate Director of Health and Adult Services and the Assistant Chief Executive (Legal and Democratic Services).
This decision arises from the successful bid to install 90 whole house central heating systems to vulnerable residents in Ryedale, Scarborough and Hambleton)

Reasons for the decision:

*PLEASE NOTE This decision was originally published on or near the date of the decision and so call in no longer applies. It has been re-published as part of the change in committee management system that we use.*
A £150 million fund was created by National Grid from funds acquired from selling off the gas network. It allowed local authorities and registered social landlords to apply for funding to:
1.install gas central heating systems into fuel-poor urban homes
2.install non-gas solutions into fuel-poor rural homes
3.create or expand national or regional programmes which bring together relevant organisations and charities to promote energy efficiency and/or health related programmes in relation to fuel poverty.
The decision to submit a bid was approved at the HAS Executive meeting on 18th July 2018 as a key decision.
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Reason for decision (Continued)
Citizens Advice Mid North Yorkshire (CAMNY) applied for all three categories on behalf of North Yorkshire County Council to a value of approximately £1.2 million.
The bid for category one funding has been successful in the sum of £268,529. YES Energy Solutions will use this funding to install 90 whole house central heating systems to vulnerable residents in Ryedale, Scarborough and Hambleton.
Approval is now required to sign the Recipient Agreement Form which will lead to the release of the monies that will enable the work to proceed.

Publication date: 29/04/2021

Date of decision: 14/12/2018