We support waste partnerships, combined authorities and other local authority partnerships in developing their joint working activities and in seeking to develop service efficiencies. This is often linked to service reviews, waste strategies, options appraisals and business cases.
You can read our capability statement here: Waste Strategy Capability Statement
A case study is below.
|Partnership and Joint Working|
|Leicestershire County Council|
|Development of a Joint Resources and Waste Strategy for Leicestershire|
FRM provided technical advice and content for the development of a joint resources and waste strategy for Leicestershire. This entailed organising and facilitating a range of stakeholder engagement workshops, managing the strategy review process and developing draft documents including Headline Strategy, Options Appraisal, Environmental Report, Consultation Questionnaire, Non Technical (public facing) Summary document, Equality and Human Rights Impact Assessment (EHRIA).
The project involved modelling each of the 7 Districts in Leicestershire for operational, carbon and cost implications of the current and alternative options. A Life Cycle Assessment tool was applied to calculate wider environmental impacts (such as local air pollution, acidification etc.).
Each District was also provided with the modelled implications of different collection options on their budgets and net zero carbon targets.
|Partnership, Strategy, Joint working, Options Appraisal, Stakeholder Engagement, Consultation, EHRIA|