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Waste & Street Cleansing Contract

With the 8-year waste and street cleansing contract with Veolia expiring in March 2025, the report outlines the service delivery options available for a new waste and street cleansing services post March 2025. The report will include a full options appraisal along with supporting financial summaries for each model along

Cabinet is asked to review the options and recommendations within this paper in order to inform the preferred delivery model and scope of services to be commissioned over the next two years

Decision type: Key

Reason Key: Affects more than 1 ward;

Decision status: For Determination

Notice of proposed decision first published: 22/12/2022

Exempt information notice

It is anticipated that this report will contain information which is exempt from publication and during discussion of this information the public may be excluded from the meeting.

Representations on exempt information

If you wish to make representations that the public should not be excluded from the meeting during discussion of this item please write to Democracy Services Manager London Borough of Merton, 8th Floor, Civic Centre, London Road, Morden, SM4 5DX or email democratic.services@merton.gov.uk stating the reasons why you think the discussion should be held in public.

Decision due: 20 Feb 2023 by Cabinet

Lead member: Cabinet Member for Local Environment, Green spaces and Climate Change

Lead director: Interim Executive Director of Environment, Civic Pride & Climate

Contact: Charles Baker, Waste Strategy and Commissioning Manager Email: charles.baker@merton.gov.uk, John Bosley, Assistant Director Public Space Contracts and Commissioning Email: john.bosley@merton.gov.uk.

Documents to be considered: Officer report.

Documents

  • Waste & Street Cleansing Contract