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This report presents the London Fire Commissioner's (LFC) draft dinancial outturn for the 2019/20 financial year, sets out the position on the financial reserves and also provides an update to the approval capital programme.
This report seeks approval to progress the procurement of a single bundled contact of soft facilities services in accordance with the London Fire Commissioner (LFC) facilities management (FM) strategy paper. This will require first aligning the existing contracts for security and grounds maintenance to the expiry date for the cleaning contract in October 2020.
Following the appointment of Andrew Roe as the London Fire Commissioner (LFC) a new purpose, vision and Strategy for the Brigade was published which was supported by a Transformation Delivery Plan.
This report recommends a change of structure for the London Fire Commissioner (LFC) within the Top Management Group.
Following her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services (HMICFRS) inspection of London Fire Brigade (from 22 July to August 2019), the final report was published on 7 December 2019 (the Inspection Report). The reprot contains a number of deliverables to address areas for improvement alongside two causes of concern.
In response to the challenging reports in November and December 2019 by the Grenfell Tower Inquiry and Her Majesty's Inspectorate of the Constabulary and Fire and Rescue Services ('HMICFRS') Inspection of the Brigade, the new London Fire Commissioner introduced a Transformation Delivery Plan ('Beginning our transformation') in January 2020
This report informs on the London Fire Commissioner (LFC) seeking to enhance the resilience of the LFC to respond to the constantly evolving need for PPE and aims to put in place PPE stocks in anticipation of changes to PPE guidance or changes to the operational demands on the LFC, such as further supporting the LAS.
The London Fire Commissioner’s (LFC) framework agreement with Crown Commercial Services (CCS) for the provision (Electricity and gas) expires on 1st April 2020, following notification that they will be unable to meet the increased service provision of certified green energy as part of the wider London Energy Project (LEP) requirements and that of carbon reduction through the LFC’s Carbon strategy and the Mayor’s London Environment Strategy (LES).
This report sets out a formal pay policy statement for 2020/21 to be adopted by the London Fire Commissioner (LFC) in accordance with the requirements of Localism Act 2011. Section 38.
Whilst the London Fire Commissioner (LFC) is not legally required to publish a Modern Slavery Statement, it is recognised as best practice to do so and furthers the London Fire Brigade's (LFB) work to implement the Greater London Authority (GLA) group responsible Procurement Policy.
This paper seeks to award the contract for supply of diesel for Strategic Reserve Storage Thanks. This follows a collaborative procurement led by Crown Commercial Service (CCS) who aggregated public sector requirements and undertook a further competition via an eAuction calling-off the CCS National Fuels Framework Agreement RM3801.
Improving stakeholder and community engagement is fundamental to London Fire Brigade's strategic direction, which includes transformational change and how the organisation responds to both the Grenfell Tower Inquiry Phase One report published on 30 October 2019 and Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services inspection recommendations published on 17 December 2019.