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The LFC's Financial Regulation at paragraph 13(m) (Internal Audit) requires the draft annual audit plan to be approved by the Commissoner. This report contains the draft Internal Audit annual plan for 2020/21 and is submitted in the compliance the aforementioned internal regulation.
The purpose of this report is to present the draft external audit plan 2019/20. The plan, attached at Appendix 1, summarises the external auditor’s assessment of the key risks and outlines their planned audit strategy in response to those risks. The report also sets out the fees for the audit programme of works, to meet the requirements of the Local Audit and Accountability Act 2014 and other auditing standards and professional requirements.
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.
The LFB's purpose s 'Trusted to Serve and Protect London'. Its vision is to be a dynamic, forwar looking organisation of fully engaged people at the centre of the communities served, adapting to the changing needs of London.
Under Authority Financial Regulations, the Director of Corporate Services, being the statutory finance officer for the London Fire Commissioner (LFC), is required to report to the LFC on the Treasury Management Strategy Statement and Annual Investment Strategy it is proposed to adopt in the coming financial year.
This report recommends that salary progression for all eligible Top Management Group (TMG) members from 1 April 2020 is 2.5 per cent, or to the maximum of the band if less. Non-consolidated pyments eligible TMG staff at the maximum of their band to also be 2.5 per cent.
It was agreed in february 2019 and subsequently in June 2019 that the existing KBR FM integrator contracts for the LFB estate would be terminated and a new Target Operating Model (TOM) for the delivery of Property and FM services across LFB is needed. The LFB Head of Property has considered serveral options to deliver this model which are outlined in this paper.
This report seeks approval to complete enabling works at Clapham and Chelsea fire stations in preparation for the build of the new Lambeth Fire station.
This paper presents the Brigade's performance against the London Safety Plan as at the end of Quarter 3 2019/20 (data to the end of 31 December 2019
This report presents the London Fire Commissioner's (LFC's) final draft revenue and capital budget for 2020/21 for approval.
This report provides an overview of; activity at the London Fire Brigade Pop-up Museum since November 2016; the plans in place for the delivery for the new Museum as part of the 8 Albert Embankment Project; the sucessful National Lottery Heritage Fund bid for the £200k development phase of a total £1.9m grant application for the London Fire Brigade Museum; the competitive procurement process for the Museum Design Team and Project Manager creation of the London Fire Brigade Museum project board.
The London Fire Commissioner (LFC) on 24 September 2018 (LFC-0055-D) appointed the membership of the Local Pension Board (LPB) for three years, which was subsequently amended on 25 September 2019 (LFC-0240-D) in accordance with the Board's terms of reference.