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APPENDIX I to the minute of meeting of the Personnel and Property Services Committee of 31 August 1999 (Article 10(b) refers)

MINUTE of MEETING of the EXECUTIVE SUB-COMMITTEE OF THE PERSONNEL AND PROPERTY SERVICES COMMITTEE held in the Town and County Hall, Forfar on Thursday 15 July 1999 at 10.30 am.

Present: Councillors ROB MURRAY, BRIAN MILNE (as substitute for Councillor WILLIAM MIDDLETON) and PETER MURPHY.

Councillor MURRAY in the Chair.

1. EXCLUSION OF PUBLIC AND PRESS

The Sub-Committee resolved, in terms of Standing Order 27(2), that the public and press be excluded during considering of the following item, so as to avoid the disclosure of information which was exempt in terms of paragraphs 8 and 9 of Part 1 of Schedule 7A to the Local Government (Scotland) Act 1973.

2. PUBLIC TOILETS, BALTIC STREET, MONTROSE - TENDER REPORT

With reference to Article 5 of the minute of meeting of Angus Council held on 17 September 1998 there was submitted Report No 695/99 by the Director of Property Services on tenders received for works comprising the construction of a single storey traditional building, within the existing public car park, incorporating male and female toilets, male and female disabled toilets and attendants’ office, together with all associated services and external works.

The Sub-Committee agreed:

(i) to accept the lowest tender for the several works, that of W W Pert & Co Ltd, Montrose, in the amount of £124,772.51, subject to agreed savings of £23,507;

(ii) to approve the estimated total cost of £140,431 after implementation of agreed savings (at out-turn prices);

(iii) to note that an allowance of £135,000 had been made for this project in the Final Revenue and Capital Budgets for 1999/2000 and that the Financial Plan would require to be adjusted at its next review to reflect the increase in cost and revised phasing of expenditure for 1999/2000 and beyond; and

(iv) to note that the additional revenue expenditure arising from this project (first full year 2000/2001) was £11,500 per annum in respect of loan charges calculated over 40 years.