This report seeks to update members of the Community Wellbeing & Housing Committee on the performance of the allocated capital projects against the approved budget, as at 30 June 2022.
The Committee received a capital monitoring report related to Community Wellbeing and Housing for quarter one of the financial year from the Deputy Chief Executive. The report was presented alongside the overarching Capital Monitoring report going to Corporate Policy and Resources Committee which provided context for the Committee’s capital expenditure. He explained the largest projected overspend related to the Oast House and a report on the rise in construction costs for the site would be presented to the Development Sub-Committee for consideration.
The Committee resolved to note the £14.7m projected overspend on capital expenditure for the Community Wellbeing & Housing Committee against its Capital Programme provision as at 30 June 2022 for the Council.