Issue details

Black Country ULEV Programme development Funding: Signing Grant Agreement

£130,000 of Black Country Local Growth funding has been awarded as development funding to Wolverhampton Council, on behalf of the four Black Country Authorities, to develop and deliver the initial phases of the Black Country Ultra Low Emission Vehicle programme up until 31st March 2021.

Following Approval at Cabinet Resources Panel 4th February 2020 to create a capital code and delegate authority to sign the grant agreement, we are now seeking the Individual Executive Decision of the Cabinet Member for City environment, in consultation with the Director for city Environment and Director for Finance, to sign the grant agreement issued by Walsall Council.

Decision type: Non-key

Decision status: Recommendations Approved

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Notice of proposed decision first published: 24/02/2020

Decision due: 12 Feb 2020 by Cabinet Member for City Environment

Lead member: Cabinet Member for City Environment

Lead director: Claire Nye, Director of Finance, Ross Cook, Director of City Environment

Contact: Oliver Thomas Email: