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  1. LWARB Efficiencies Programme Tuesday 13 September 2011 www.lwarb.gov.uk

  2. Introduction • Background to LWARB • Infrastructure Programme • London Reuse Network • Flats Recycling Programme • Efficiencies Programme 2 | www.lwarb.gov.uk

  3. Background • Reduction of formula grant in 11/12 by £657 m (9.1%) • Reduction of formula grant in 12/13 by 461 (7%) • PFI cuts to London waste authorities • LWARB budget cut by Defra (£11.1m) and by the LDA (£15m) 4 | www.lwarb.gov.uk

  4. Efficiencies Programme • Joint Procurement • Best Practice Tools • Waste Management Services Framework • Model Contracts • Service Sharing • Reuse and Recycling Sites 4 | www.lwarb.gov.uk

  5. Joint Procurement • LWARB will look to develop a cycle of procurements of waste management equipment that will take advantage of London’s combined buying power • A steering group will be established to help guide this process and LWARB will look to work with other organisations working on procurement activities 4 | www.lwarb.gov.uk

  6. Best Practice • LWARB will continue to support and improve its existing tools such as the London Waste Map and Capital Waste Facts • LWARB will investigate how it can help to disseminate and share good practice within London • Deliver Borough Efficiency Reviews through a repayable grant scheme 4 | www.lwarb.gov.uk

  7. Waste Management Services Framework • LWARB are working with Improvement and Efficiency South East (iESE), WRAP and Keep Britain Tidy to develop and operate a Waste Management Services Framework for waste & recycling collection, street cleaning, grounds maintenance and bulky waste collection services, covering London, South East, South West and West Midlands • This will allow those boroughs, who have opted in, to call off contracts for combinations of waste management services, without the need to use the full EU procurement process • It is hoped that the framework will lead to costs savings in the procurement process and cheaper contract prices 4 | www.lwarb.gov.uk

  8. Model Contracts • LWARB will develop a library of links to existing model contracts, and where appropriate will work with partners to establish the need for the development of bespoke London model contracts • LWARB will also work in partnership with iESE to develop model contracts for those services listed within the Waste Management Services Framework 4 | www.lwarb.gov.uk

  9. Service Sharing • LWARB will work with waste authorities to develop London wide or sub regional shared services • In the first instance this will look to build upon the success of other London wide service contracts, and offer niche waste related services across borough boundaries • LWARB believes that significant efficiencies (financial and operational) may be achieved by targeted shared service activities amongst the waste authorities 4 | www.lwarb.gov.uk

  10. Reuse and Recycling Centres • LWARB recognises the important role that these sites offer in providing a large range of recycling opportunities for householders • LWARB will look to support the invaluable service that these sites offer and will develop a programme of support in consultation with London’s waste authorities 4 | www.lwarb.gov.uk

  11. Thank you London Waste and Recycling Boarde: wayne.hubbard@lwarb.gov.uk t: 020 7983 4787 www.lwarb.gov.uk 15 | www.lwarb.gov.uk