Issue - meetings

Capital Strategy

Meeting: 07/06/2011 - Business Improvement and Projects Sub-Committee (Item 50)

50 Capital Strategy pdf icon PDF 279 KB

The Capital Strategy is a key document providing the framework under which the capital programme operates.  It details the approach to prioritising capital spend through to how projects are managed and monitored.  The Strategy highlights the key risks and issues facing the Council and links to other strategies and plans.

 

This document is being refreshed and is going to Cabinet for approval on 26th July.  It has been circulated to Service Managers for comment and the draft document will be presented to BIP SC at its July meeting prior to proceeding to Cabinet. 

 

The current Strategy is attached for information as this is the overarching document that guides the release of capital funding which falls within the remit of the BIP SC.

 

Members are requested to review the Capital Strategy and request further information if required.

Minutes:

The Capital had been moved to the Cabinet meeting in January 2012 to bring it in line with the budget setting.

 

Members input would be welcomed.


Meeting: 24/05/2011 - Business Improvement and Projects Sub-Committee (Item 8c)

8c Capital Strategy pdf icon PDF 278 KB

The Capital Strategy is a key document providing the framework under which the capital programme operates.  It details the approach to prioritising capital spend through to how projects are managed and monitored.  The Strategy highlights the key risks and issues facing the Council and links to other strategies and plans.

 

This document is being refreshed and is going to Cabinet for approval on 26th July.  It has been circulated to Service Managers for comment and the draft document will be presented to BIP SC at its July meeting prior to proceeding to Cabinet. 

 

The current Strategy is attached for information as this is the overarching document that guides the release of capital funding which falls within the remit of the BIP SC.

 

Members are requested to review the Capital Strategy and request further information if required.