NEIGHBOURHOOD NURSERIES INITIATIVE
TERMS OF GRANT
Relating to Provision of Nursery Services
SOLIHULL METROPOLITAN BOROUGH
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Condition Heading Page
0. Agreement 4
1. Definitions and Interpretation 4
2. Duration of Agreement 8
3. Authorised Officer 9
4. The Services 9
5. The Service Standard 9
6. Variations 9
7. Provider Obligations 10
8. Obligations of Solihull EYDCP 13
9. Control and Supervision of Staff 14
10. Default 14
11. Complaints/ Comments 15
12. Confidentiality 15
13. Compliance with Statutory Requirements 16
14. Indemnity and Insurance 16
15. Business Plan 17
16. Places 17
17. Marketing 17
18. Compliance 18
19. Monitoring 19
20. Accounts and Records 19
21. Payment terms & Conditions 21
22. Assignment and Sub-contracting 22
23. Termination 22
24. Consequences of Termination 23
25. Recovery of Monies due 24
26. Occupation of Council Premises 24
27. Occupation of Non Council premises 24
28. Service of Notice 25
29. Waiver 25
30. Arbitration 26
31. Force Majeure 26
32. Continuation of Obligations 26
33. No Agency or Partnership 27
34. English Law 27
35. Human Rights Act 27
36. The Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999 27
37. Signatures 28
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Schedule 1 Quality Standards
1. Introduction 29
2. Specification 29
3. Age range 30
4. Nursery opening date 30
5. Places open to target areas 30
6. Definition of target areas and vacancy periods 30
7. Fees structure 30
8. Working and Child Tax Credits 30
9. Support from the Solihull EYDCP 31
10. Other services to be provided 31
Schedule 2 Monitoring and Review
1. Monthly Report 31
2. Review 32
Schedule 3 Grant Payment Schedule
1. Grant Payment Schedule 33
Schedule 4 5 Year Business Plan
1. 5 Year Business Plan 34
Schedule 5 Designated Area Postcodes
1. Designated Area Postcodes 35
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THIS AGREEMENT is made the………. ….. day of …………. Two Thousand and Five
(1) SOLIHULL METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL of P.O. Box 20, Council House,
Solihull, B91 3QU (“the Council”) acting by its Corporate Director of Education and
Children’s Services for the time being and
(2) Name: ………………………………………………….
Address (registered office): ………………………
Company Registration number ……….. (“the Provider”) acting by director/manager
A The Council wishes to provide a grant under section 19 of The Children Act 1989 to
the Provider for providing support and to develop a Neighbourhood Nursery in
Solihull on behalf of Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council on the terms and
conditions appearing below.
B The Provider wishes to accept the Council’s grant and to provide Neighbourhood
Nurseries in Solihull on behalf of Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council on the terms
and conditions appearing below.
IT IS AGREED AS FOLLOWS:
1. DEFINITIONS AND INTERPRETATION
In these Conditions, except where the context otherwise requires, the following expressions
shall have the meanings hereby ascribed to them:
"Accreditation a DfES approved quality assurance scheme
"Applicable Any applicable statute, statutory rule, order, directive, regulation or other
Legislation" instrument having force of law, all mandatory requirements of any
Relevant Body, National Standards, Guidance, and all legislation for the
time being in force governing or relating to childcare and the provision of
nursery services and health and safety provisions
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"Authorised Means the officer of the Council as defined in Condition 3;
"Business Plan" The business plan prepared by the Early Years and Childcare Service and
the Provider in relation to the Services as agreed with Solihull MBC and
attached as Schedule 4;
"Capital Items" Any item purchased by the Provider exceeding the value of £300 using
funds derived from the Grant
"Conditions" Means these Conditions and any modification thereof duly
Made in accordance with these Conditions;
"DfES" The Department for Education and Skills
"Disadvantaged The top twenty percent most Disadvantaged Wards as defined by the
Areas" Indices of Multiple Deprivation 2000
"Effective Date" The date of commencement of occupancy as stated in Schedule 1
"EYCS" The Early Years and Childcare Service who work within Solihull MBC in
making local strategic decisions for the NNI
"Fees" the fees payable by the Parent to the Provider for a Nursery place
"Grant Period" a period of three (3) years from the Effective Date
"Grant" the revenue grant award made available by DfES to Solihull MBC for
Solihull MBC to distribute to the Provider for the provision of nursery
facilities in accordance with the NNI
"Guidance" Guidance documentation relating to the provision of nursery services as
published by DfES from time to time
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"Life of this the period commencing on the Effective Date and, subject to lawful
Agreement" termination in accordance with the terms of this Agreement, ending on the
fifth (5th) anniversary of the Effective Date
"National National Standards for the Registration and Inspection of Full Day Care
Standards" and Education as published by OFSTED from time to time
"Nominated means the officer of the Council notified to the Provider as
such who is to act in a liaison capacity for all aspects of the
Agreement; Early Years and Childcare Service Manager
"Nursery nursery education for 3 and 4 year old children working towards the early
Education" learning goals
"NNI" the Neighbourhood Nurseries Initiative by the DfES with the aim of making
quality, affordable childcare available in relevant postcode areas; see
"Nursery" the child care facility to be operated by the Provider as identified in the
"OFSTED" the Office for Standards in Education
"Parent" any person with parental responsibility for a child including carers and
guardians to whom the Nursery and related services are provided by the
Provider to such parent (and a child within their care) from time to time
"Pockets of the Pockets of Disadvantage as identified by local authorities
"Quality the detailed description of the Services as set out in Schedule 1
"Relevant Body" any body providing guidance or monitoring in relation to childcare and
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nursery provision including, without limitation, OFSTED, DfES, EYCS and
"SENCO" Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator. An employee of the Provider
who has responsibility for co-ordinating services for children with special
"Services" the provision of nursery facilities by the Provider as detailed in the Quality
Standards; Schedule 1
"Staff means any person whether paid or unpaid engaged upon the
provision of the Services and under the control of the
"Target Areas" the areas designated as such by DfES for the purposes of the NNI as
detailed in Schedule 5
"WTC" Working Tax Credit or its successor`
"User/Client" Means any child to whom the Services are provided by the Provider;
"Year" a twelve month period the first year commencing on the Effective Date and
each subsequent year commencing on each anniversary of the Effective
Date for the Life of this Agreement
1.10 It is hereby agreed between the parties that English Law shall govern the construction, validity
and performance of this Agreement.
1.11 Any reference to a statutory provisions includes reference to:-
1.11.1 any statutory provision, by which it is re-enacted, consolidated, amended
1.11.2 any statutory provision which it re-enacts, consolidates, amends or
1.11.3 all statutory instruments made under it or them.
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1.12 Words implying the masculine gender include the feminine gender and vice versa;
words in the singular include the plural and vice versa and words implying individuals
shall be treated as implying groups and vice versa.
1.13 The Condition headings do not affect the interpretation of this Agreement and any
reference to a clause, sub-clause, schedule or annex is a reference to a clause, sub-
clause, schedule or annex of this Agreement, unless stated otherwise.
1.14 The Agreement and the Premises Occupancy Agreement represent the entire
understanding between the parties in relation to the subject matter.
1.15 If any of the Conditions become or are declared by a Court of competent jurisdiction to
be invalid or unenforceable such invalidity or un-enforceability shall in no way impair or
affect any other conditions all of which shall remain in full force and effect.
1.16 All parts of the Agreement are to be read as mutually explanatory except that these
Conditions shall prevail over any inconsistent terms or provisions elsewhere. Where a
disputed interpretation occurs, the dispute will be referred to arbitration as per section
1.17 The Schedules are an integral part of this Agreement and shall be interpreted
accordingly. In the event and to the extent only of any conflict between the Clauses
and the Schedules, the Schedules shall prevail over the Clauses;
1.18 References to statutory provisions include all prior and subsequent enactments,
amendment and substitutions relating to that provision and to any regulation made
2. DURATION OF AGREEMENT
2.1 The Agreement shall commence on the …………………….. and shall continue in force
for a period of five years from the effective date until the …………………… unless
terminated in accordance with the provisions of Condition 23 (Termination).
2.2 The Quality Standard (Schedule 1) and Monitoring and Review (Schedule 2) shall be
reviewed annually with the first review to take effect on the ………….. and thereafter
on the ……….. of subsequent years of the term of the Agreement.
3. AUTHORISED OFFICER
3.1 The Authorised Officer shall be the Corporate Director of Education and Children’s
Service Solihull MBC.
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3.2 The Council's Corporate Director of Education and Children’s Service shall give notice
in writing to the Provider of the replacement of any Authorised Officer or Nominated
3.3 The Provider shall appoint and notify the Council of the name of the Authorised
Representative empowered to act on behalf of the Provider for all purposes connected
with the provision of the Services. The Provider shall give notice in writing of any
change of the Provider’s Authorised Representative.
4 THE SERVICES
4.1 The provider shall deliver new day-care places at the nursery in accordance with this
agreement and specifically in accordance with the conditions contained in Schedule 1
5. THE SERVICE STANDARD
The Provider shall be competent to provide the Services as specified in Schedule 1
and shall provide such services to a high professional standard in accordance with
good child care practice.
5.1 The Provider shall ensure that the delivery of the Services complies with Schedule 1
and exceeds Ofsted’s Minimum Standards.
6.1 The Conditions of this Agreement may only be varied by written agreement of the
Authorised or Nominated Officer and the Authorised Representative.
6.2 Variations to the Quality Standard may be made following:
6.2.1 Six monthly reviews as described in Schedule 2 (Monitoring and Review);
6.2.3 Following agreement between both parties for variation in the required
Services,provided that such variations fall within the remit of the Provider;
6.2.4 Annual review of the Specification as set out in Condition 2.2 (Duration of the
Agreement) of this Agreement.
6.3 The Provider shall comply with any agreed variations notified to it under Condition
6.2 within the period specified by the Nominated Officer such period to be
reasonable in the circumstances.
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6.4 The provider shall keep Solihull EYCS informed of any significant changes in the
Services or any related activity from time to time and will supply any information
related to any change to Solihull EYCS upon request.
6.5 If the provider fails to notify Solihull EYCS of any significant changes in the project
delivery, that are detrimental to the agreed objectives, Solihull MBC may with
reasonable cause withdraw the Grant and request a refund of the grant already
paid to the Provider.
7. PROVIDER’S OBLIGATIONS
The Provider will act towards the Council with good faith at all times and will not do
anything which will adversely affect the reputation of the Council.
The Provider shall;
7.1 On reasonable notice make available to the Nominated Officer records of all Staff
involved in the provision of Services.
7.2 Employ sufficient and suitably qualified staff to ensure that the Services are provided
at all times and in all respects in accordance with the legislative requirements
governing staff requirements in childcare as per the National Standards for Under
7.3 Maintain current and accurate records of work carried out in the provision of the
Services, including details of users/clients and shall provide the Council or its nominee
with access to financial records and data as detailed in Condition 20 (Accounts and
Records) and in Schedule 2 (Monitoring and Review).
7.4 Comply with and ensure all staff know, understand and abide by all relevant statutory
requirements and the Provider’s policies and procedures and in particular: -
7.4.1 adopt safe methods of work and comply with all other requirements of the
Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 in order to protect the Health and Safety
of its personnel and those of the Council and all other persons.
7.4.2 will not unlawfully discriminate within the meaning of the Race Relations Act
1976 or any comparable provision relating to discrimination in employment and
take all reasonable steps to ensure that all employees and agents do not
unlawfully discriminate, and comply with all relevant codes of practice issued by
the Commission for Racial Equality or comparable body and, so far as
practicable, operate an equal opportunities policy which complies with the
practical guidelines and recommendations contained in such codes of practice
and which complies with the Councils Equal Opportunities Statement:
7.4.3 will comply with employment law including risk assessment and to ensure all
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staff have under taken and been subject to Criminal Records Bureau (CRB);
OFSTED guidance to be followed on all cases.
7.4.4 Will ensure all childcare provisions conform to The Children Act 1989 and
any subsequent amendments, and National Standards for Under Eights
Childcare and any subsequent amendments;
7.4.5 Will comply with the requirements of the Disability Discrimination Act 1995
and Special Educational Needs and Disability Act 2001 and shall endeavour
to make placements to the NNI Project available and accessible without direct
or indirect discrimination to children with additional needs;
7.4.6 Will comply with all aspects of Sex Discrimination Act 1976;
7.4.7 Will comply with all relevant rules procedures and statutory requirements
concerning food hygiene – as per Environmental Services.
7.4.8 Will comply with all relevant fire precautions and regulations;
7.4.9 Will comply with the requirements of the Data Protection Acts 1984 and 1998
and any subsequent re-enactments or amendments;
22.214.171.124.1 Each party warrants to the other that in providing the other Party with
information under the terms of this Agreement it is not, and will not
be, in breach of the Data Protection Act 1998 and all subordinate
legislation resulting thereto including the eight data protection
7.4.10 Will maintain insurance and indemnity cover at all times with a reputable
company as per condition 14; excluding building insurance.
7.5 Ensure that the views of Users/Clients are taken into account when evaluating its
performance and the services.
7.6 Not represent itself as being the servant or agent of the Council or as having the
authority to bind the Council other than as permitted in this Agreement and it shall take
all reasonable step to ensure its Staff, sub-Providers, and agents do not present
7.7 Provide details of its policies for staff recruitment, training, development and
supervision to EYCS.
7.8 Ensure that where any accident or negative incident has occurred relating to the
services, the Provider shall not respond to enquiries from the press without first
making contact with the Council and, if possible and appropriate, agreeing a joint
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7.9 Liaise with the Nominated Officer before seeking any publicity relating to this
Agreement other than for the purpose of promoting the Services provided under the
7.10 Ensure that the Service is available to User/Clients irrespective of race, gender, ethnic
origin, religion, culture, disability or sexual orientation.
7.11 Identify in its publicity material that the Service receives support from Solihull MBC,
the ERDF, the Big Lottery Fund, AWM and Sure Start and shall use the respective
logos on all printed material and display these on the premises from which the
Services are performed.
7.12 When it receives a reasonable request from the Nominated Officer, investigate matters
of concern and take action in accordance with its disciplinary policy or procedure.
7.13 Agree the Solihull Early Years and Childcare Service and/or the Department for
Education and Skills may publicise the work of the Nursery.
7.14 Maintain an asset register of any capital items, i.e. those costing more than £300 or
more, purchased with revenue funding and report any items to be used for other
purposes or disposal to the Nominated Officer as soon as practicable, such register to
be open for inspection by the Nominated Officer at all reasonable times.
7.15 Register and retain registration under the Care Standards Act 2000 via OFSTED
7.16 To indemnify and keep indemnified the Council against all actions, claims costs and
demands and the like made against the Council arising out of this Agreement either
directly or indirectly other than due to the act or default of the Council.
7.17 Promote and advertise the services in the locality.
7.18 Participate in any evaluation commissioned by the DfES and/or EYDCP and subject to
reasonable notice provide any information held by the Provider required to complete
7.19 Not offer or give, or agree to give any representative of the Council any gift or
consideration of any kind as an inducement or reward for doing or refraining from
doing, or for having done or refrained from doing, any act in relation to this or any
other contract or for showing favour or disfavour to any person in relation to such a
contract. The Provider is referred to the criminal offences provisions of the Prevention
of Corruption Acts 1889 to 1916.
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7.20 Shall liase with and co-operate with all Council officers and other acting agents
appointed to undertake duties on behalf of the Council. The Provider will comply with
all reasonable instructions issued by the Nominated Officer.
7.21 Provide access at all reasonable time to Nominates Officers of the Council’s EYCS for
the purposes of checking compliance of Schedule 1 and 2
8. OBLIGATIONS OF SOLIHULL EYDCP
8.1 The Solihull Early Years Childcare Service shall provide the following support:
Childcare Development, Advice and Support
Advice on other sources of appropriate funding
Qualified Teacher Support
Area Inclusion Support
8.2 The Council will supply the Provider without charge and within a reasonable time with
any relevant and necessary information and shall give any reasonable assistance
required by the Provider in carrying out the NNI Project.
8.3 The Nominated Officer will provide guidance and assistance on policy matters and will
monitor the progress of the NNI project. The Provider should address any enquiries
on procedural or contractual matters to the Nominated Officer.
8.4 The Council will allow representatives from the DfES, Big Lottery, AWM, GOWM, EU
Auditors, External Audit and other government bodies and any other relevant
monitoring bodies access to its accounting records.
8.5 The Council will maintain a clear audit trail as required by the applicable regulations
and guidance and will provide a clear account of its rationale for determining the actual
8.6 Nothing contained in this Agreement shall require the Council to be construed as
having any commitment or obligation at any time to pay the Provider any sum/s other
than those referred to in the payments schedule; Schedule 3.
9. CONTROL AND SUPERVISION OF STAFF
9.1 The Provider shall be responsible for the necessary organisation and administration of
the NNI Project and will appoint a Nursery Manager/Officer in Charge who will be
responsible for the day to day running of the NNI Project and shall act as a first point
of contact for the EYCS.
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9.2 Will employ competent and properly qualified persons to undertake supervision and
operation of the NNI Project.
9.3 Take steps to ensure that all Staff employed are honest, careful, suitably qualified,
competent in the skills required, capable and experienced to provide the Services
required as defined by OFSTED Childcare Guidelines.
9.4 Take steps to ensure that all Staff disclose their convictions including those ordinarily
considered spent under section 4(2) of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974
and the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exemptions) Order 1975 as
amended by the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exemptions)
(Amendment) Orders 1986 and shall ensure that no Staff with convictions are used in
the provision of the Services without the prior written permission of the Nominated
9.5 Require all new Staff to provide two references, which must confirm competency and
suitability for the post. Where appropriate one reference should be from a current or
most recent employer. Appointment will depend upon receiving successful
references and CRB check.
9.6 Shall supply staff involved in delivery of the Services to Users/Clients with a form of
9.7 Provide details of its grievance and disciplinary procedures if requested to do so by
the Nominated Officer.
9.8 Take steps to ensure that local residents from the relevant Post Code Areas (See
Schedule 5) have access to job opportunities within the NN
10.1 The Nominated Officer shall be entitled to take any necessary steps required to
ascertain whether the Provider has performed the Services in accordance with the
10.2 Without prejudice to any of the Council's remedies under this Agreement the
Nominated Officer shall notify or confirm in writing to the Provider any situation
causing dissatisfaction with the Services or any part thereof.
10.3 In the event that the Provider fails to provide the Services in accordance with this
Agreement and has failed to respond to requests to rectify within a reasonable time,
the Council reserves the right to the next and subsequent payment due under this
Arrangement until the default is rectified.
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11.1 The Provider shall allow access to and keep a chronological central register and on
personal files, records of complaints about Services and Staff and any other relevant
issues and shall make the register and file available to the Nominated Officer within 2
(two) working days of request.
11.2 The Provider shall deal promptly with any comments or complaints received, whether
received direct or via the Council, and will provide a copy of all correspondence to the
11.3 Any issues arising from complaints received by the EYCS relating to the provision of
Services by the Provider will be shared with to the Provider as soon as possible.
12.1 The Provider, it’s employees or agent’s shall ensure that any information supplied by
the Council or a User/Client is treated at all times as confidential and shall not be
disclosed to any person (except as may be required by law or under the disclosure
principles as set out in guidance issued by the Council) and the Provider shall not
make use of any such information for their own purposes; other than the furtherance of
12.2 The Council, its employees, agents or servants shall ensure that information supplied
by the Provider or a user/client is treated as confidential and shall not be disclosed to
any person (except as may be required by law or under the disclosure principles under
UK or EU legislation) and the Council shall not make use of any such information for
their own purposes save that the Council may produce such information to the DfES,
the Early Years and Childcare Service, the Big Lottery Fund, OFSTED, AWM and
13. COMPLIANCE WITH STATUTORY REQUIREMENTS
13.1 The Provider shall comply with all relevant UK and EU legislation.
13.2 The Nominated Officer shall have the right to suspend any payment due, excluding
minor infringements, if the Provider does not comply with statutory requirements.
Services shall not be resumed until the Authorised Officer agrees that compliance is
13.3 The Provider shall inform the Nominated Officer of the person appointed to undertake
responsibility for Health and Safety matters including risk assessment for the purposes
of this Agreement.
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13.4 The Provider shall fully indemnify the Council against any claims made as a result of
any failure in compliance.
14 INDEMNITY AND INSURANCE
14.1 The Provider shall at all times maintain insurance cover with a reputable company to
14.1.1 Contents to cover the cost of a complete rebuild of the nursery premises and
replacement of all contents.
14.1.2 Public Liability in the sum of a minimum of £5,000,000 (five million) per claim,;
14.1.3 Employers Liability in the sum of £10,000,000 (ten million) per claim;
14.1.4 Professional Indemnity/Trustee and Officers Indemnity in the sum of
£2,000,000 (two million) per annum;
14.1.5 Theft by employee insurance in the sum of £25,000.
14.2 Building Insurance is the responsibility of the Council and all premiums will be charged
at full cost to the provider;
14.3 The Provider shall indemnify and keep indemnified the Council from and against the
injury to or death of any persons, or loss of or damage to any property or liability
incurred, whether criminal or civil, and legal fees and costs incurred by the Council
arising from the Provider’s provision or attempted provision of the Services including
but not limited to any act of or omission by the Provider or its Staff or any Provider
working on its behalf whether deliberate or otherwise. In particular the Provider will
indemnify the council against any financial risks caused by non-compliance
with NNI regulations.
14.4 The Provider shall supply to the Nominated Officer annually and at any other time
within 14 days of request a copy of all insurance policies, cover notes, premium
receipts or such other documents as may satisfy the Council that the Provider has
complied with this Condition.
15 BUSINESS PLAN
15 The Provider in conjunction with the EYCS has prepared a five year Business Plan (a
copy of which is annexed hereto as Schedule 4) which has been approved by Solihull
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MBC. The Provider shall discuss with the Local Authority from time to time material
deviations from the Business Plan, via the Nominated Officer
16.1 The Provider shall make Nursery places available as set out in the Quality Standards.
16.2 The Provider shall maintain a waiting list and be responsible for allocating vacant
places in accordance with the priority set out in the Quality Standards.
16.3 The Provider shall use best endeavours to make Nursery places available and
accessible without direct or indirect discrimination to children with additional needs
and, with the support of Solihull EYCS, shall provide SENCO support at the Nursery in
accordance with statutory obligations.
17.1 The Provider shall with the support from the EYCS actively market the Nursery within
the Target Areas in accordance with the marketing and publicity strategy detailed
within the Business Plan.
17.2 The Provider shall provide relevant information in response to reasonable requests by
Solihull EYCS in order to assist Solihull MBC in the execution of its public relation
17.3 The Parties shall discuss on a regular basis the marketing strategy being adopted by
the Provider throughout the Life of this Agreement. If the Nursery place take-up is low
from the Target Areas the Provider may be required by Solihull MBC to provide
demonstrable proof that it is making adequate efforts to market within the Relevant
Post Code Areas - Schedule 5. Solihull MBC may at its discretion by providing a
reasonable period of written notification either being at least 14 days:
17.3.1 withhold any further Grant payment; or
17.3.2 request that a proportion of Grant payments is repaid if the Provider is failing to
take marketing arrangements in respect of the Target Areas.
17.4 In all publicity material relating to the Services the Provider shall acknowledge the
support given by the SMBC, DfES, The Big Lottery Fund, ERDF, GOWM and AWM.
17.4.1 The Provider shall display or affix in the Nursery a placard stating that the Nursery is a
member of the NNI as supported by DfES, SMBC, The Big Lottery Fund, GOWM and
AWM and shall display designated logos to such effect.
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18.1 The Provider shall comply with:-
18.1.1 the Quality Standards;
18.1.2 this Agreement;
18.1.3 the Business Plan;
18.1.4 all Applicable Legislation;
18.1.5 in a proper and business like manner and in particular ensure that the delivery
performance complies with best practice within the childcare and nursery
18.1.6 all reasonable instructions given to the Provider by Solihull EYCS.
18.2 At all times in the performance of its obligations the Provider shall:-
18.2.1 co-operate with Solihull EYCS and applicable Relevant Bodies;
18.2.2 consult with Solihull EYCS and applicable Relevant Bodies to achieve:-
18.2.3 best practice in the delivery of provision; and
18.2.4 optimum efficiency in the delivery of provision.
18.3 The Provider shall demonstrate a high quality childcare service and the Provider must
participate in any local authority Quality Framework and be committed to
continuously improve the Services.
18.4 The Provider shall ensure that the Nursery is registered under and complies with the
Care Standards Act 2000 and the National Daycare Standards for under 8 year
18.5 The Provider shall have in place a written complaints procedure which shall be made
available to Parents and shall make available to Solihull MBC or any Relevant Body
information relating to a complaint upon request.
19 MONITORING .
19.1 The Provider shall monitor the take up and usage of the Nursery throughout the Life of
19.2 The Provider shall submit to Solihull EYCS on a monthly basis:-
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19.2.1 reports as detailed in Schedule 2; and
19.2.2 agreed information required to satisfy Solihull MBC that the Grant is being
wholly and exclusively used for the NNI and no other purpose; and
19.2.3 information required either to comply with any legal requirement under this
Agreement or for any audit requirements.
19.3 Solihull MBC and the Provider shall undertake a formal review meeting at least every
six months during the Life of this Agreement. Solihull MBC may however at any time
request a review meeting with the Provider to monitor and assess the Provider's
performance of the Services.
19.4 The Provider must comply with any action plan agreed at a review meeting..
19.5 The Provider shall keep full and accurate records in relation to this Agreement and
shall permit nominated representatives of Solihull MBC or any Relevant Body access
to such records at all reasonable times.
19.5.1 The Provider should retain records for the period of 7 years from the Effective date.
After which records can be destroyed on a seven-year rolling basis.
20 ACCOUNTS AND RECORDS
20.1 The Provider shall submit annually, for a period of 5 years from the commencement of
funding, to the Nominated Officer an Annual Report and Audited Accounts, within 6
months of its financial year-end.
20.2 Where the nursery provision is part of a larger business a separate income and
expenditure account and balance sheet relating to the specific business unit providing
the service covered by this agreement and signed by a qualified accountant shall
20.2 The Provider must satisfy the Council that proper financial accounting systems and
practices are in place.
20.3 The Provider shall ensure that reference is made in the Provider’s Annual Report and
Accounts of the financial support received pursuant to this Agreement.
20.4 The Provider shall provide the Council, the Council’s internal or external auditors, the
Big Lottery Fund, the DfES, AWM, GOWM and the Local Government Ombudsman
with access to its financial records, minute books and any other relevant evidence as
to the propriety of its affairs upon request and provided that reasonable written notice
of its requirement to inspect is given, insofar as it relates to the NNI.
20.5 The Provider shall provide the Council with a monthly breakdown of expenditure and
ledger prints, to be submitted with the monthly invoices, in respect of the services
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provided. It shall maintain an audit trail of expenditure in line with DfES requirements
and retain those records for a period of seven years as per 19.6 above.
20.6 The Provider shall keep a record of all NNI funding which should be used exclusively
for the purposes identified in Schedule 1 (Quality Standard).
20.7 The Provider shall continue to provide copies of audited accounts up to and including
the financial year 2012/13.
20.8 The Provider must provide a clear and unambiguous audit trail.
20.9 The Providers financial records must show what to whom, why and how funds were
paid. All payments identified must be for eligible items as defined by NNI Guidance.
Allocation of overhead costs must be clearly separated and itemised.
20.10 The Provider will keep a record of all expenditure on the NNI Project and all
appropriate invoices and receipts shall be retained for at least seven years after the
end of the financial year to which they relate and will be made available at all times for
audit or inspection by auditors or officials of the Council, or other authorised body.
20.11 The Council may wish to see a number of financial records including all or any of the
20.11.1 book with up-to-date balances and references to appropriate
20.11.2 reconciliation between the Cash Book and the Bank Statement
20.11.3 the Providers cheque book, with completed stubs
20.11.5 separate petty cash record with a running balance
20.12 The Provider must have a bank account in the name of the nursery. At least two
Management Committee members (or two officers where there is no Management
Committee) must sign for this account. One of these members must be the treasurer
(if applicable). All cheques must be signed by at least two authorised signatories.
20.13 The Provider will be responsible for all other sums relating to the NNI Project and in
particular the sums set out in Schedule 4 (Business Plan) towards the Project.
20.14 The Provider shall keep separate records for expenditure on all capital items
purchased during the life of this agreement. Any profits made on subsequent
disposals must be accounted for. The funding providers will ask for the profits to be
refunded to them.
20.15 The Provider will supply within 5 working days of the end of the previous month a
register of attendees of the nursery, as part of the monthly monitoring report.
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20.16 Surplus trading profits must be clearly identified in financial records, and an annual
plan submitted of how these will be used to re-invest in the service.
21 PAYMENT TERMS AND CONDITIONS
21.1 The Council shall provide a total grant of £……….to the Provider over the first three
years of the term of the Agreement, on the following basis:
- upto 50% of the grant in year 1
- upto 30% of the grant in year 2
- upto 10% of the grant in year 3
21.2 The first quarters payments will be released in advance within 14 days after signing
this agreement. All subsequent payments will be paid quarterly and will be triggered
through submission of a satisfactory quarterly claim invoice from the Provider, together
with a monthly report as outlined in 21.3.2; payments will be made by BACS Transfer
into the nursery’s bank account.
21.3 Payments made shall be subject to the following:
21.3.1 the Provider has complied and continues to comply with this agreement.
21.3.2 No payments (as set out in Schedule 3) will be made unless all the
previous quarter’s monthly nursery reports including register of
attendance, breakdown of income and expenditure, statistical
information and narrative reports have been received within 5 working
days of end of each quarter. The reports demonstrate that the NNI
project is being undertaken in accordance with the terms of this
agreement, and in line with DfES requirements as referred to in
Schedule 1 of this agreement.
21.3.3 the Council shall only pay the payments set out in Schedule 4.
Payments of VAT will be made subject to receipt of a valid VAT invoice.
21.4 This agreement shall not impose any liability on the council to make a payment to the
Provider unless a claim for payment is made, supported and approved by such
vouchers, invoices and other evidence as the Council, Authorised Officer, or New
Opportunities Fund, AWM, GoWM may require. These should be submitted within the
period to which the claim expenditure relates.
21.5 Payment instalments shall be made in accordance with Schedule 4.
21.6 The grant shall only be used for the purpose of providing the Service to children living
within the Relevant Post Code Areas - see Schedule 5.
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21.7 The Council may at its discretion advance monies to the Provider. Any advance will
be subject to the condition that the Provider provides an account of expenditure
support by such vouchers, invoices and other evidence as the Council may reasonably
require. Decisions on advance payments will be taken by the Executive Group of the
21.8 The Provider shall ensure that reference is made in the providers Annual Report and
Accounts of the financial assistance received from the funding bodies.
22 ASSIGNMENT AND SUB-CONTRACTING
22.1 The Provider shall not within the Agreement period: -
22.1.1 assign the Agreement or any part of it or the benefit or advantage of the
Agreement or any part thereof without the written consent of the Council;
22.1.2 sub-contract the provision of the Services or any part of them to any person
without the previous written consent of the Council, which consent shall be in
the absolute discretion of the Council and if given shall not relieve the Provider
from any liability or obligation under the Agreement and the Provider shall be
responsible for the acts, defaults or neglect of any sub-Provider or his agents,
or employees in all respects as if they were the acts, defaults or neglect of the
Provider its Staff or agents.
23.1 The Council shall be entitled to immediately terminate this Agreement by written notice
to the Provider if:
23.1.1 the Provider commits a material breach of this Agreement, which is not
capable of being remedied;
23.1.2 the Provider has acted fraudulently or negligently, or it has completed the
grant application form in a manner, which is either fraudulent, materially
incorrect or materially misleading;
23.1.3 the Provider or its staff or anyone acting on its behalf offers, gives or agrees
to give to anyone any inducement or reward or confer any other benefit in
respect of this agreement or otherwise commits an offence under the
Prevention of Corruption Acts 1889 to 1916 or under Section 117(2) of the
Local Government Act 1972;
23.1.4 The Provider is unable to continue providing the service for what ever the
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23.2 The Provider becomes bankrupt or goes into voluntary liquidation under the
Insolvency Act 1986 or by any other provision or meaning within this act;
23.3 Either party may terminate this Agreement by giving 3 months written notice to the
other if that other commits a serious breach of this Agreement which is capable of
being remedied, but fails to remedy the breach within 30 days of a written notice giving
particulars of the breach and requiring it to be remedied.
23.4 The expiry or termination of the Agreement for whatever cause shall not affect any
provision of these Conditions capable of surviving including but not limited to
Conditions 12 (Confidentiality) and 14 (Indemnity and Insurance) for a minimum of six
years following such expiry or termination.
24 CONSEQUENCES OF TERMINATION
24.1 In the event of termination by the Council:
24.1.1 no further payments to the provider will be due or payable after the date when
the termination takes effect. The Council may deduct from any sums which
have become due such sums as may in its opinion be necessary to make
provisions for the NNI Project or any part thereof to be performed elsewhere;
24.1.2 the Provider shall deliver to the Council on the termination of this Agreement all
correspondence, documents, specifications, papers and property belonging to
the Council, which may be in the possession or under the control of the
24.1.3 Ownership of any Capital Assets acquired, purchased or improved by the
Provider wholly or partly from any payment made under this Agreement or any
other goods purchased by the Provider wholly or partly from any payment made
under this Agreement which are required by the Council for the completion of
the NNI Project shall vest in the Council. The Provider shall within 7 days of
termination of this agreement deliver such items to the Council, at an address
within the Borough specified by the Nominated Officer.
24.2 The termination of this Agreement shall be without prejudice to the rights, duties
and liabilities of any party accrued prior to termination.
25 RECOVERY OF MONIES DUE
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25.1 Where any payment is made by the Council and it is subsequently established that in
the circumstances existing at the relevant time the Council was liable under the terms
of this Agreement to pay the Provider a lesser sum or none at all, the Provider shall
upon written demand setting out full particulars of the over payment, repay the amount
of the overpayment to the Council within 14 days;
25.2 The Council shall be entitled to offset against payments due to the Provider any
amounts owing to the Council from the Provider (whether or not payment has been
demanded and whether or not such amounts are due) under this agreement;
25.3 In the event of termination for whatever reason the Provider shall, at the discretion of
the Nominated Officer, return such part of any unspent funding which relates to the
unexpired period of the Agreement, having regard to the Provider’s continuing
commitments during the termination period or to any winding up costs and shall be
liable to repay the unspent funding in full if the Provider fails to apply the grant for the
purposes for which it was obtained, fails to complete the project or has acted
fraudulently or negligently or has completed the grant application form fraudulently,
incorrectly or misleadingly, minor or immaterial error excepted.
26 OCCUPATION OF COUNCIL PREMISES
26.1 The Provider agrees that nothing in these Conditions shall constitute a tenancy of any
premises which are owned or controlled by the Council and are used for the provision
of the Services. A separate lease/ occupancy of nursery premises agreement will be
drawn up between the Council and the Provider, and must be signed simultaneously
with this Agreement.
27. OCCUPATION OF NON-COUNCIL PREMISES
27.1 Before commencement of this Agreement the Provider shall have provided to the
Council information on the right of the Provider to use any premises from which the
Services are to be provided.
27.2 Where no written confirmation of such right already exists the Provider shall within
three months of commencement of the Agreement secure the completion of a written
declaration in a form supplied or approved by the Nominated Officer to the effect that
the premises owner or controller confirms that there is no foreseeable reason why the
Provider should not have the use of the premises to provide the Services for the
maximum duration of the Agreement.
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27.3 Where the Provider already has formal documentation granting the Provider the right
to use such premises the Provider shall within three months of commencement supply
a copy to the Council and where:
27.3.1 the right appears to end before the maximum duration of the Agreement or
27.3.2 other terms appear to the Council to put the operation of the Agreement at
risk; the Council may require the Provider to obtain further clarification of the
intention of the premises owner or controller.
27.4 For the avoidance of doubt failure of the Provider to secure suitable premises for
continual delivery of the Services is a serious breach of this Agreement.
28 SERVICE OF NOTICES
28.1 Any demand, notice or other communication required to be given under this
agreement shall be in writing and ,may be delivered or sent by first class prepaid post
or by fax to such an address or number notified by either party for this purpose.
28.2 Unless the contrary is proved, any such notice or communication shall be deemed to
have been given to and received by the addressee:-
28.2.1 if delivered: at the time it is left at the address of or handed to a
representative of the party to be served;
28.2.2 if sent by post : 2 working days following the date of posting;
28.2.3 if sent by fax: 1 working day following the date of transmission.
29.1 If either party waives a breach of any provision of this Agreement it will not be treated
as a waiver of any subsequent breach of the same or any other provision of this
30.1 If any dispute arises between the parties under this Agreement concerning the
construction, meaning or effect of this Agreement or concerning the rights and
liabilities of the parties or any other matter arising out of or in connection with this
30.1.1 The Council and the Provider shall use their best endeavours to resolve
by agreement any disputes arising between them.
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30.1.2 If any dispute cannot be settled amicably through ordinary negotiations
between the Authorised Officer and the Contract Manager within 10 days
of the dispute arising, the dispute shall be referred to the Director of
Education and Children of the Council and the Director of the Provider
who shall meet in order to attempt to resolve the dispute.
30.2 Failing such agreement within fourteen days of the request by one party to the other
that a matter be referred to arbitration in accordance with this clause such reference
shall be to an arbitrator appointed by the President for the time being of The Law
Society of England and Wales.
30.3 The decision of such arbitrator shall be final and binding upon the parties and no
appeal shall lie to any Court save on a point of law or where the decision of the
arbitrator can be deemed to be manifestly unfair. Any reference under this clause
shall refer to arbitration within the meaning of the Arbitration Acts 1950 to 1996.
31. FORCE MAJEURE
31.1 Neither the Provider nor the Council shall be liable for breach of its obligations under
this Agreement to the extent that such breach is caused by any act of God failure or
shortage of power supply flood fire (save where such failure shortage of power supply
flood or fire is due to the negligence or fault of the Provider) lightning or earthquake
act or omission of Government of highway authority or of public telecommunications
operator war military operations act of terrorism or riot.
32. CONTINUATION OF OBLIGATIONS
32.1 The provisions of Clause 15 Accounts and Records shall continue in force for a period
of 7 years not withstanding the termination or expiry of this Agreement.
33. NO AGENCY OR PARTNERSHIP
33.1 The Provider is not and shall in no circumstances hold itself out as being a partner,
servant or agent of the Council.
34. ENGLISH LAW
34.1 It is hereby agreed between the parties that English Law shall govern the construction,
validity and performance of this Agreement.
35. HUMAN RIGHTS ACT
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35.1 The provider acknowledges that Solihull MBC is under a duty to act in a way which is
compatible with the Convention Rights as defined by Section 1(I) of the Human
Rights Act 1998 (“Convention Rights”). This duty includes a positive obligation to
ensure that the Provider also acts in a way, which is compatible with Convention
Rights, and the provider agrees:
35.2 To indemnify Solihull MBC against any costs claims or demands arising from the
Provider’s failure to act in accordance with Convention Rights.
36. THE CONTRACTS (RIGHTS OF THIRD PARTIES) ACT 1999
36.1 The parties agree that the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999 does not
apply to this Agreement
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IN WITNESS whereof this Agreement has been signed on behalf of the parties:
Signed on behalf of Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council
By Corporate Director of Education and Children’s Service
Signed on behalf of (Provider)
By either Director or Chairperson of the VMC
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Terms defined in the Agreement shall be given the same meaning herein unless the context
1.1 Solihull MBC is awarding the Provider a start up Grant to assist with the revenue
costs of providing a Nursery in Key Target Areas in the North of Solihull. The
Provider shall be committed to supporting children and families in the most
disadvantaged areas by providing quality, accessible and affordable childcare.
1.2 Both parties acknowledge that this initiative shall be the start of a longer-term
relationship between Solihull MBC and the Provider to ensure the continuation of
affordable and accessible childcare serving the disadvantaged area after the period
covered by the Grant has expired.
1.3 Both parties enter into this Agreement with a commitment to co-operate and build a
long-term relationship. The Provider shall use best endeavours to ensure the
Nursery remains sustainable at the end of the Grant Period.
1.4 The Effective Date of this Agreement shall be ………………………………………….
2.1 Name of Nursery ……………………………………..
2.2 Number of places (full time)
2.3 Times of day and dates nursery will be open
TIME: from am to pm
DAYS: from MONDAY to FRIDAY
Period – 51 Weeks per year (closed Christmas week)
On Saturday and Sunday the Nursery will be open at the discretion of the Provider, in
accordance with any lease restrictions.
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3. The age range covered by the nursery for the purposes of this Agreement.
From 3 months to 5 years
3. Nursery opening date
4.1 The date the nursery will be open ………………………………………..
5. Places open to target area
5.1 ALL places must be open to target areas ……………………………
6. Definition of target areas and vacancies periods
See schedule 5 for postcodes of target area.
The Provider shall not release any vacancies to applicants outside the target area.
7. Fee structure
7.1 Solihull MBC wishes to ensure that people from disadvantaged areas can afford child
care and the Provider is therefore committed to ensuring nursery places are affordable
and remain affordable in the long term.
7.2 The Provider should notify Solihull EYCS any proposed changes to the Fee structure
prior to implementation and shall endeavour to ensure that changes to the Fees only
occur once in any Year.
7.3 In line with the agreed Business Plan, starting with a maximum £130.00 a week for full
day care to parents from target areas. Flexible packages in discussion with parents
with hourly or sessional rates for part time care can be arranged.
8. Working Tax Credit and Child Tax Credit
8.1 Promote the Working Tax Credit and Children’s Tax Credit and provide assistance in
completing application forms and monitor take up.
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9. Support from Solihull EYDCP
9. The provider must access support from Solihull EYCS - Development Officers,
Finance team, Early Years Area Inclusion Co-ordinators and Teacher Support
10. Other services to be provided
10. Other services to be provided include:-
a) Taster/drop in sessions
b) Outreach sessions
c) Working with lone parents as advisors
Assistance in giving access to Post 16 education of childcare training
First steps programme
Facilities such as job search, training for parents
Access to health counselling information services drop in session
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SCHEDULE 2 – MONITORING AND REVIEW
1. Monthly Reporting
1.1 The Service Provider shall provide the Council with a narrative and statistical report on
a monthly basis in arrears to enable the Council to provide quarterly reports to the
DfES and AWM, GOWN and the Big Lottery Fund.
1.2 The information shall be provided in a report with the following headings:
1.2.1 Section one: Summary – including:-
number and ages of children using the nursery together with postcode analysis
usage of Early Education Funded Places
assistance provided with Working Tax Credit and, where known, utilisation of
the Child Tax Credit
back to work initiatives
training facilities provided,
The number of parents claiming WTC.
Details of flexible packages offered and rate charged for such packages.
1.2.2 Section two: Financial information – including:
Profit and loss and cashflow actuals, monitored against budget
1.2.3 Section three: Cumulative Summary of Progress against Targets:
Please show progress against “Key Objectives” and “Services which will be
provided”, as detailed in section 1
1.2.4 Section four: Examples of good practice:
It is important to share good practice. In this section you must record any particular
examples of good practice which you have identified or developed. It is important that
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in your examples you explain the local impact of the good practice, i.e. how local
people have benefited.
Examples of good practice may be put in the EYCS reports to the DfES who may use
any of these examples in speeches, articles for magazines etc.
2.1 The Specification shall be formally reviewed every six months, commencing six
months from the Effective Date. This shall include an assessment of the delivery
process as well as the adequacy of the Service being delivered.
1.3 The Review shall be chaired by the Nominated Officer of the Council, and attended by
an Authorised Representative of the Provider. Other attendees can be present by
agreement of both parties. A written record will be circulated for both parties from the
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SCHEDULE 3 – GRANT PAYMENT
3 The Council shall pay the grant to the Provider by way of instalments and at the times
given in the Table: -
Payment date For ….places
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SCHEDULE 4 – 5 YEAR BUSINESS PLAN
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SCHEDULE 5 – POST CODES IN TARGET AREAS
Postcode for Chelmsley Wood
B37 5EX B37 5TH B37 6SS B37 7JY B37 7PD B37 7TU
B37 5JT B37 5TJ B37 6SU B37 7JZ B37 7PE B37 7TW
B37 5JX B37 5TL B37 6SY B37 7LA B37 7PF B37 7TX
B37 5PU B37 5TN B37 6SZ B37 7LB B37 7RR B37 7TY
B37 5PX B37 5TP B37 6TA B37 7LD B37 7RS B37 7UA
B37 5QA B37 5TR B37 6TB B37 7LE B37 7RT B37 7UB
B37 5QB B37 5TS B37 6TD B37 7LF B37 7RX B37 7UD
B37 5QD B37 5TT B37 6TG B37 7LG B37 7SA B37 7UE
B37 5QH B37 5TU B37 6TH B37 7LH B37 7SB B37 7UF
B37 5QJ B37 5TX B37 6TJ B37 7LJ B37 7SD B37 7UG
B37 5QL B37 5TZ B37 6TL B37 7LL B37 7SE B37 7UH
B37 5QP B37 5UA B37 6TN B37 7LN B37 7SG B37 7UJ
B37 5QR B37 5UB B37 6TP B37 7LP B37 7SH B37 7UL
B37 5QS B37 5UD B37 6TR B37 7LQ B37 7SJ B37 7UN
B37 5QT B37 5UH B37 6TS B37 7LT B37 7SL B37 7UP
B37 5QU B37 6RH B37 6TT B37 7LU B37 7SN B37 7UR
B37 5QX B37 6RJ B37 6TU B37 7LW B37 7SP B37 7US
B37 5RA B37 6RL B37 6TX B37 7LX B37 7SR B37 7UT
B37 5RB B37 6RN B37 6TY B37 7LY B37 7SS B37 7UU
B37 5RD B37 6RP B37 6UA B37 7NA B37 7ST B37 7UW
B37 5RH B37 6RR B37 6UB B37 7NB B37 7SU B37 7UX
B37 5RJ B37 6RT B37 6UD B37 7ND B37 7SX B37 7UY
B37 5RL B37 6RU B37 6UE B37 7NE B37 7SY B37 7YH
B37 5RP B37 6RX B37 6UF B37 7NG B37 7TA
B37 5RR B37 6RY B37 6UG B37 7NH B37 7TB
B37 5RS B37 6RZ B37 6UH B37 7NJ B37 7TD
B37 5RT B37 6SA B37 7HX B37 7NL B37 7TE
B37 5RU B37 6SB B37 7JH B37 7NN B37 7TF
B37 5RX B37 6SD B37 7JJ B37 7NP B37 7TG
B37 5RY B37 6SE B37 7JL B37 7NQ B37 7TH
B37 5RZ B37 6SG B37 7JN B37 7NR B37 7TJ
B37 5SE B37 6SH B37 7JP B37 7NS B37 7TL
B37 5SJ B37 6SJ B37 7JR B37 7NT B37 7TN
B37 5SL B37 6SL B37 7JS B37 7NU B37 7TP
B37 5TA B37 6SN B37 7JT B37 7NX B37 7TQ
B37 5TB B37 6SP B37 7JU B37 7NY B37 7TR
B37 5TD B37 6SQ B37 7JW B37 7PA B37 7TS
B37 5TE B37 6SR B37 7JX B37 7PB B37 7TT
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Postcode for Smith's Wood Ward
B36 0AT B36 0NF B36 0QQ B36 0SU B36 9JT
B36 0AU B36 0NG B36 0QR B36 0SW B36 9JU
B36 0AW B36 0NH B36 0QS B36 0SX B36 9JX
B36 0AX B36 0NJ B36 0QT B36 0SY B36 9JY
B36 0AZ B36 0NL B36 0QU B36 0SZ B36 9JZ
B36 0BB B36 0NP B36 0QX B36 0TA B36 9LA
B36 0DA B36 0NS B36 0QY B36 0TB B36 9LB
B36 0DB B36 0NT B36 0QZ B36 0TD B36 9LD
B36 0DD B36 0NU B36 0RA B36 0TE B36 9LE
B36 0DE B36 0NW B36 0RB B36 0TF B36 9LF
B36 0DQ B36 0NX B36 0RD B36 0TG B36 9LG
B36 0EQ B36 0PA B36 0RE B36 0TH B36 9LH
B36 0HE B36 0PB B36 0RF B36 0TJ B36 9LJ
B36 0HF B36 0PD B36 0RG B36 0TL B36 9LL
B36 0HG B36 0PE B36 0RH B36 0TN B36 9LP
B36 0HQ B36 0PF B36 0RJ B36 0TP B36 9LQ
B36 0JJ B36 0PG B36 0RL B36 0TR B36 9LR
B36 0JL B36 0PH B36 0RN B36 0TS B36 9LS
B36 0JN B36 0PJ B36 0RP B36 0TT B36 9LT
B36 0JP B36 0PL B36 0RR B36 0TU B36 9LU
B36 0JR B36 0PN B36 0RS B36 0TX B36 9LX
B36 0JS B36 0PP B36 0RT B36 0TY B36 9NA
B36 0JT B36 0PR B36 0RU B36 0TZ B36 9NB
B36 0JU B36 0PS B36 0RX B36 0UA B36 9ND
B36 0JW B36 0PU B36 0RY B36 0UB B36 9NH
B36 0JX B36 0PX B36 0RZ B36 0UD B36 9NJ
B36 0LP B36 0PY B36 0SA B36 0UE B36 9NL
B36 0LQ B36 0PZ B36 0SB B36 0UH B36 9NP
B36 0LR B36 0QA B36 0SD B36 0UJ B36 9NR
B36 0LS B36 0QB B36 0SE B36 0UL B36 9NS
B36 0LT B36 0QD B36 0SG B36 0UZ B36 9NT
B36 0LU B36 0QE B36 0SH B36 9JG B36 9NU
B36 0LW B36 0QF B36 0SJ B36 9JH B36 9NX
B36 0LX B36 0QG B36 0SL B36 9JJ B36 9NZ
B36 0LY B36 0QH B36 0SN B36 9JL B36 9PA
B36 0LZ B36 0QJ B36 0SP B36 9JN B36 9PB
B36 0NA B36 0QL B36 0SR B36 9JP B36 9PD
B36 0NB B36 0QN B36 0SS B36 9JR B36 9PE
B36 0ND B36 0QP B36 0ST B36 9JS B36 9PF
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Postcodes for Kingshurst Ward
B36 0LE B37 6BX B37 6HH B37 6LU
B36 0LF B37 6BY B37 6HJ B37 6LW
B36 0LG B37 6DA B37 6HL B37 6LX
B36 0LH B37 6DF B37 6HN B37 6LY
B36 0LJ B37 6DG B37 6HP B37 6LZ
B36 0LL B37 6DH B37 6HQ B37 6NA
B36 0LN B37 6DJ B37 6HW B37 6NB
B37 6AA B37 6DL B37 6HX B37 6ND
B37 6AB B37 6DN B37 6HY B37 6NE
B37 6AD B37 6DP B37 6HZ B37 6NF
B37 6AE B37 6DQ B37 6JA B37 6NG
B37 6AF B37 6DR B37 6JB B37 6NH
B37 6AG B37 6DS B37 6JD B37 6NJ
B37 6AH B37 6DT B37 6JE B37 6NL
B37 6AJ B37 6DU B37 6JF B37 6NN
B37 6AL B37 6DW B37 6JG B37 6NP
B37 6AN B37 6DX B37 6JH B37 6NQ
B37 6AP B37 6DY B37 6JJ B37 6NR
B37 6AQ B37 6DZ B37 6JL B37 6NS
B37 6AR B37 6EA B37 6JN B37 6NT
B37 6AS B37 6EB B37 6JP B37 6NU
B37 6AT B37 6ED B37 6JQ B37 6NW
B37 6AW B37 6EE B37 6JR B37 6NX
B37 6AZ B37 6EF B37 6JY B37 6NY
B37 6BA B37 6EG B37 6JZ B37 6PA
B37 6BB B37 6EH B37 6LA B37 6PD
B37 6BD B37 6EJ B37 6LB B37 6RA
B37 6BE B37 6ER B37 6LD B37 6RB
B37 6BG B37 6ES B37 6LE
B37 6BH B37 6ET B37 6LG
B37 6BJ B37 6EU B37 6LH
B37 6BL B37 6EY B37 6LJ
B37 6BN B37 6EZ B37 6LL
B37 6BP B37 6HA B37 6LN
B37 6BQ B37 6HB B37 6LP
B37 6BS B37 6HD B37 6LR
B37 6BT B37 6HE B37 6LS
B37 6BU B37 6HG B37 6LT
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Postcode for Fordbridge Ward
B37 5AA B37 5DB B37 5HD B37 5LJ B37 6PX
B37 5AB B37 5DD B37 5HE B37 5LL B37 6PY
B37 5AD B37 5DE B37 5HF B37 5LN B37 6PZ
B37 5AE B37 5DF B37 5HG B37 5LP B37 6QA
B37 5AF B37 5DG B37 5HH B37 5LQ B37 6QD
B37 5AG B37 5DH B37 5HJ B37 5LR B37 6QE
B37 5AH B37 5DJ B37 5HL B37 5LS B37 6QG
B37 5AJ B37 5DL B37 5HN B37 5LT B37 6QH
B37 5AL B37 5DN B37 5HP B37 5LU B37 6QJ
B37 5AN B37 5DP B37 5HQ B37 5LW B37 6QN
B37 5AP B37 5DQ B37 5HR B37 5LX B37 6QQ
B37 5AQ B37 5DR B37 5HS B37 5LY B37 6QR
B37 5AR B37 5DS B37 5HT B37 5LZ B37 6QS
B37 5AT B37 5DT B37 5HU B37 5NA B37 6QT
B37 5AU B37 5DU B37 5HW B37 5NB B37 6QU
B37 5AW B37 5DW B37 5HX B37 5ND B37 6QX
B37 5AX B37 5DX B37 5HY B37 5NE B37 6QY
B37 5AY B37 5DY B37 5HZ B37 5NF B37 6QZ
B37 5AZ B37 5DZ B37 5JA B37 5PF B37 6RE
B37 5BA B37 5EA B37 5JB B37 5PQ B37 6RF
B37 5BB B37 5EB B37 5JD B37 5SF B37 6ST
B37 5BD B37 5ED B37 5JE B37 5SP B37 6SW
B37 5BE B37 5EE B37 5JF B37 5TQ B37 6TF
B37 5BF B37 5EF B37 5JG B37 6AY B37 7RP
B37 5BG B37 5EG B37 5JH B37 6DD
B37 5BH B37 5EH B37 5JJ B37 6DE
B37 5BJ B37 5EJ B37 5JL B37 6HU
B37 5BL B37 5EL B37 5JN B37 6NZ
B37 5BN B37 5EN B37 5JP B37 6PF
B37 5BP B37 5EP B37 5JQ B37 6PH
B37 5BS B37 5EQ B37 5JS B37 6PJ
B37 5BT B37 5ER B37 5LA B37 6PL
B37 5BU B37 5ES B37 5LB B37 6PN
B37 5BW B37 5EU B37 5LD B37 6PP
B37 5BX B37 5EW B37 5LE B37 6PR
B37 5BY B37 5EZ B37 5LF B37 6PS
B37 5BZ B37 5HA B37 5LG B37 6PT
B37 5DA B37 5HB B37 5LH B37 6PU
Draft August 2005 11/07/12 39 NNI agreement