Presentation on theme: "Teckal Compliance Case Study Peter Ware Special Projects Advisor Nottinghamshire County Council Nottinghamshire County Council."— Presentation transcript:
Teckal Compliance Case Study Peter Ware Special Projects Advisor Nottinghamshire County Council firstname.lastname@example.org Nottinghamshire County Council
Case Study - Building Control Services Joint Venture A consortia of 4 local authorities wish to investigate the provision of joint working arrangements in respect of the management of their respective Building Control services. In particular, the authorities wish to consider a proposal to establish a single corporate vehicle for the provision of Building Control services across their administrative areas. The key drivers were providing a more efficient and effective Building Control service through economies of scale, providing consistency in service delivery, interpretation of the building regulations and other relevant legislation and fees across their districts and the opportunity for the organisation to diversify. What are the key issues for these authorities to consider at this early stage?
Key Issues The Teckal Exemption: –Control –Activities Presentation title
Key Issues Things to consider, Teckal Specific: Consider how Control will be demonstrated and delivered over the activities of the Company How much (if any) work for external bodies can be carried out
Key Issues General Things to Consider Vires Taxation implication contractual structure Consider how disagreements will be dealt with LGHA 1989 Think about exit Be aware of cultural differences