States' Trading Supervisory Board - P.2020/32
The States are asked to decide: -
Whether, after consideration of the Policy Letter entitled 'Guernsey Airport Hold Baggage Screening System Upgrade' of the States' Trading Supervisory Board dated 2nd March, 2020, they are of the opinion:-
1. To note the requirement for the urgent project to upgrade the Hold Baggage Screening system in accordance with Short List Option 2 (as set out in Table 4) including installing two new baggage scanning machines, modifying the conveyors and carousel, and extending an area of the terminal building to accommodate the new hold baggage screening system, at a maximum cost of £12.0 million.
2. To agree that the Hold Baggage Screening system project is formally included within the capital portfolio (2017-2021), to be funded from the Capital Reserve, with a contribution of £150,000 from the Ports Holding Account and:
i. To approve the sum of a maximum of £665,000, charged to the capital vote for the Hold Baggage Screening system upgrade, to fund all necessary steps for the development of the design stage and proposals for the procurement of Short List Option 2, as set out in paragraph 6.2 of this Policy Letter;
ii. To delegate authority to the Policy & Resources Committee to approve the Outline Business Case and;
iii. To delegate authority to the Policy & Resources Committee to increase the capital vote for the Hold Baggage Screening system upgrade project, to a maximum of £12.0 million, subject to the Policy & Resources Committee's approval of the Full Business Case.
The above Propositions have been submitted to Her Majesty's Procureur for advice on any legal or constitutional implications in accordance with Rule 4(1) of the Rules of Procedure of the States of Deliberation and their Committees.