Leisure Contract - Core Price Increase

Decision made by
Cllr Peter Tattersley, cabinet Member for Health and Well-being
Key decision
No
Source of delegation
Minute 67 - Council - 17 February 2020
Decision
To agree the core price increases proposal across the Leisure Contract from 1 April 2020 as per Clause 10.1 in the specification an increase on core price of CPI-X at the month of January 2020 which was 1.8%. The increase proposed by Fusion averages at 1.9%.
Reason for decision
Increase in line with Fusion Lifestyle Contractual Terms for core prices and reflective of the competitive market at present. Increases are in line with the inflation increase as the monetary value is low. The 0.1% increase above CPI-X is after rounding to nearest 5 pence in monetary value.
Summary of alternative options
This is a contractual obligation for Fusion to either increase by CPI-X clause 10.1 or retain current core prices.
Background documents
Fusion Core and Non-Core price proposal document. Lesiure Contract
Declared conflict of interest
There are no conflicts of Interest.
Equality and diversity implications
There are no equality or deversity issues arising from this decision. There are particular charges for those who fall within specific protected groups within the contract.
Safeguarding
There are no safeguarding issues arising out of this decision
Legal
This is a contractual obligation for Fusion to either increase by CPI-X clause 10.1 or retain current core prices.
Customer impact
Increase direct cost to customer of the leisure centres and mitigate the cost to the tax payer.
Environment and climate change
There are no environmental and/or climate change issues arising from this decision.
Consultation and community engagement
There are no consultation/community egagement issues arising from this decision
Date decision made
July 30 2020
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