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Building Consultancy Services for Nottingham Castle.

Nottingham City Council | Published April 21, 2015
Winner
Artelia UK
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71540000, 72224000, 71334000, 71420000, 71324000, 92521100, 71530000, 71312000, 71220000

Nottingham City Council invites expressions of interest from suitably qualified and experienced consultants to provide the following services (which will be split into 5 Lots) for works to be undertaken at Nottingham Castle. Lot 1 — Architect led Multi Discipline Design Team (incorporating Conservation Architect, Landscape Architect, Access Consultant, Structural Engineer, Mechanical & Electrical Services Engineer); Lot 2 — Quantity Surveyor; Lot 3 — Exhibition/ Interpretative Design; Lot 4 — Project Management; Lot 5 — CDM Co-ordinator. The scope of works includes public realm improvements, conservation and refurbishment works to the Ducal Palace and the listed structures within the site, development of a new visitors welcome centre, access and interpretation improvements to the Castle grounds and the Caves, an extension to the Ducal Palace to provide enhanced exhibition and learning facilities, re-interpretation of existing gallery spaces, introduction of a lift linking the Castle site with the Brewhouse Yard and limited works within the Museum of Nottingham Life and the Waterworks Building The project will be delivered in two stages: Stage 1: Scheme and Detailed Design (RIBA Stages C and D) Stage 2: Project Implementation (RIBA Stages E to L) Both stages of the project will be subject to securing major grant funding support. Whilst every effort has been made to consider the full scope of the requirement the Contracting Authority does not guarantee the volume of service required resulting from this tender or that it will accept any tender on completion of the tender exercise.

819 Architectural and Related Design Services for Medical Technology Innovation Facilities

Nottingham Trent University | Published September 13, 2016  -  Deadline October 12, 2016
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71200000, 71221000, 71320000, 71242000, 71312000, 71248000, 71244000, 71240000, 71220000, 71321000, 71247000

The University wishes to obtain expressions of interest from a multi-discipline design team for a new science development.

The design team will be required to provide the following professional services:

Architecture;

— Engineering;

— Project Management;

— Cost Management;

— Mechanical and Electrical Engineering.

The University requires a team to offer a full design services (RIBA Stages 2-6) for covering both pre and post contract services.

The completion of the Pre Qualification Questionnaire (PQQ) documentation is be required to be a joint submission as a consortium and will be evaluated and scored as such.

Following the pre qualification and tender stage the award will be to the successful design team who will be required to enter into individual contracts of appointment with the University. There will not be a lead consultant role.

The project is a Science led development, for the creation of a new medical technology innovation facility. Addressing fundamental research in which to develop platform technologies for commercialisation. The project is to be created over 2 sites and involving 2 separate construction schemes.

Development A is a c1 800m2 new build Research and Development Science building at the University's Clifton campus in Nottingham.

Development B is a c1 400m2 fit out development creating a science commercialisation facility within an existing large open plan building in Nottingham.

The sites are approximately 5 miles apart. Associated with the development are demolition and general site preparation works which will form part of the commission.

The anticipated overall development cost is expected to be in the order of 16 000 000 GBP (including inflation, professional fees, contingency and VAT). This can be provisionally split as:

— Development A: New Build — Construction costs 10 000 000 GBP;

— Development B: Fit Out — Construction costs 6 000 000 GBP.

Please refer to Appendix A document for further feasibility information which outlines the proposed development.

The project will need to be complete and fully operational for May 2019.

819 Architectural and Related Design Services for Medical Technology Innovation Facilities

Nottingham Trent University | Published September 13, 2016  -  Deadline October 10, 2016
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71200000, 71221000, 71320000, 71242000, 71312000, 71248000, 71244000, 71240000, 71220000, 71321000, 71247000

The University wishes to obtain expressions of interest from a multi-discipline design team for a new science development.

The design team will be required to provide the following professional services:

Architecture;

— Engineering;

— Project Management;

— Cost Management;

— Mechanical and Electrical Engineering.

The University requires a team to offer a full design services (RIBA Stages 2-6) for covering both pre and post contract services.

The completion of the Pre Qualification Questionnaire (PQQ) documentation is be required to be a joint submission as a consortium and will be evaluated and scored as such.

Following the pre qualification and tender stage the award will be to the successful design team who will be required to enter into individual contracts of appointment with the University. There will not be a lead consultant role.

The project is a Science led development, for the creation of a new medical technology innovation facility. Addressing fundamental research in which to develop platform technologies for commercialisation. The project is to be created over 2 sites and involving 2 separate construction schemes.

Development A is a c1 800m2 new build Research and Development Science building at the University's Clifton campus in Nottingham.

Development B is a c1 400m2 fit out development creating a science commercialisation facility within an existing large open plan building in Nottingham.

The sites are approximately 5 miles apart. Associated with the development are demolition and general site preparation works which will form part of the commission.

The anticipated overall development cost is expected to be in the order of 16 000 000 GBP (including inflation, professional fees, contingency and VAT). This can be provisionally split as:

— Development A: New Build — Construction costs 10 000 000 GBP;

— Development B: Fit Out — Construction costs 6 000 000 GBP.

Please refer to Appendix A document for further feasibility information which outlines the proposed development.

The project will need to be complete and fully operational for May 2019.

Architectural and related services

Nottingham Trent University | Published December 28, 2016  -  Deadline January 23, 2017
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71200000, 71220000, 71334000, 71312000, 72224000, 71324000, 71244000

Estates Professional Consultancy Services

Lot 1 Architectural Design Consultancy Services.

Lot 2 Mechanical Electrical Consultancy Services.

Lot 3 Structural Engineering Consultancy Services.

Lot 4 Project Management Consultancy Services.

Lot 5 Project Cost Management Consultancy Services.

And other related services.

Architectural Design Consultancy Services.

Mechanical and Electrical Enginering Consultancy Services.

Structural Engineering Consultancy Services.

Project Management Consultancy Services.

Project Cost Management Services.

Nottingham Skills Hub — Architectural Design Services

New College Nottingham | Published February 11, 2017
Winner
Bond Bryan Architects Ltd
cpvs
71220000

About the Nottingham Skills Hub

Nottingham Skills Hub is a joint project created through the collaboration of New College Nottingham and Central College Nottingham, currently the 2 colleges are undertaking a merger and from December 2016 will become Nottingham College.

To date a significant amount of thinking required to produce a holistic vision and delivery strategy for Nottingham Further education (FE) has been completed over previous years and a critical component of this being the development of the proposed Skills Hub. It has been the long standing aim of both Colleges to reduce the number of operational sites and consolidate in the centre of Nottingham. Learner travel patterns indicate that the city centre is the most favourable location both in terms of ease of transport and a desire from young people and adults to study in the heart of Nottingham. The Nottingham Skills Hub development achieves this.

The proposed curriculum vision has been based on a single college corporation occupying a city centre Skills Hub offering significant educational and skills benefits, improved efficiency and effectiveness, creating a sustainable estate that evidences commitment to Nottingham's major employment and growth markets. This maximises access to both specialist and community provision across the conurbation allowing a focus of all efforts on further improving teaching and learning and student outcomes in a consistent and manageable way for Nottingham and meeting the needs of the local economy.

A number of curriculum decisions and their locations have been assumed to date, but these will need to be further considered as part of the stage 2 business case development that needs to be submitted to the LEP with a view to determining the final most efficient estate. To date it has been assumed that the single college will have five core sites, the Skills Hub being a critical site in this vision.

The Colleges have been working together in order to determine curriculum, timetabling and delivery plans, however this is yet to be finalised and the completion of this work is critical. The new campus will not only replace outdated teaching and learning facilities at both colleges but will enable the FE partners to respond directly to the needs of local employers by supplying the skills required for Nottingham's key employment and growth sectors. The Hub will provide an environment to promote and develop entrepreneurial behaviours, career aspirations and transparent progression pathways into employment within fit for purpose facilities that are of industry standard.

The Skills Hub is fully supported by the D2N2 Learning and Enterprise partnership (LEP) and Nottingham City Council (NCC). The project will be part funded by the LEP and NCC. The financing of the remainder of the development costs will be generated from college estate rationalisation and potentially through preferential borrowing. At all stages of the project the consultants are to be cognisant of the conditions of funding grant and the requirements for the design to meet all the colleges' curriculum qualification requirements.

Buildings of particular historical or architectural interest

Efficiency East Midlands Ltd | Published September 13, 2016
Winner
Robert Woodhead Limited
cpvs
45212350, 92522200, 45453100, 45262510, 45262500, 45262522, 44111800, 45260000, 45261210, 45261211, 45261212, 45261410, 45261900, 44221000, 45421100, 45261300, 45261320, 45232451, 45232452, 45223200, 45320000, 45321000, 45421151, 45211310, 45311000, 45232141, 45340000, 45262640

EEM have established a new framework for the sensitive and sustainable refurbishment of domestic listed buildings or buildings of particular historical or architectural interest. The scope of works is likely to, but not limited to, include:

Nottingham Skills Hub — Architectural Design Services

New College Nottingham | Published September 22, 2016  -  Deadline October 21, 2016
cpvs
71220000

About the Nottingham Skills Hub

Nottingham Skills Hub is a joint project created through the collaboration of New College Nottingham and Central College Nottingham, currently the two colleges are undertaking a merger and from December 2016 will become Nottingham College.

To date a significant amount of thinking required to produce a holistic vision and delivery strategy for Nottingham Further education (FE) has been completed over previous years and a critical component of this being the development of the proposed Skills Hub. It has been the long standing aim of both Colleges to reduce the number of operational sites and consolidate in the centre of Nottingham. Learner travel patterns indicate that the city centre is the most favourable location both in terms of ease of transport and a desire from young people and adults to study in the heart of Nottingham. The Nottingham Skills Hub development achieves this.

The proposed curriculum vision has been based on a single college corporation occupying a city centre Skills Hub offering significant educational and skills benefits, improved efficiency and effectiveness, creating a sustainable estate that evidences commitment to Nottingham's major employment and growth markets. This maximises access to both specialist and community provision across the conurbation allowing a focus of all efforts on further improving teaching and learning and student outcomes in a consistent and manageable way for Nottingham and meeting the needs of the local economy.

A number of curriculum decisions and their locations have been assumed to date, but these will need to be further considered as part of the stage 2 business case development that needs to be submitted to the LEP with a view to determining the final most efficient estate. To date it has been assumed that the single college will have five core sites, the Skills Hub being a critical site in this vision.

The Colleges have been working together in order to determine curriculum, timetabling and delivery plans, however this is yet to be finalised and the completion of this work is critical. The new campus will not only replace outdated teaching and learning facilities at both colleges but will enable the FE partners to respond directly to the needs of local employers by supplying the skills required for Nottingham's key employment and growth sectors. The Hub will provide an environment to promote and develop entrepreneurial behaviours, career aspirations and transparent progression pathways into employment within fit for purpose facilities that are of industry standard.

The Skills Hub is fully supported by the D2N2 Learning and Enterprise partnership (LEP) and Nottingham City Council (NCC). The project will be part funded by the LEP and NCC. The financing of the remainder of the development costs will be generated from college estate rationalisation and potentially through preferential borrowing. At all stages of the project the consultants are to be cognisant of the conditions of funding grant and the requirements for the design to meet all the colleges' curriculum qualification requirements.

Nottingham Skills Hub — Architectural Design Services

New College Nottingham | Published September 22, 2016  -  Deadline October 13, 2016
cpvs
71220000

About the Nottingham Skills Hub

Nottingham Skills Hub is a joint project created through the collaboration of New College Nottingham and Central College Nottingham, currently the two colleges are undertaking a merger and from December 2016 will become Nottingham College.

To date a significant amount of thinking required to produce a holistic vision and delivery strategy for Nottingham Further education (FE) has been completed over previous years and a critical component of this being the development of the proposed Skills Hub. It has been the long standing aim of both Colleges to reduce the number of operational sites and consolidate in the centre of Nottingham. Learner travel patterns indicate that the city centre is the most favourable location both in terms of ease of transport and a desire from young people and adults to study in the heart of Nottingham. The Nottingham Skills Hub development achieves this.

The proposed curriculum vision has been based on a single college corporation occupying a city centre Skills Hub offering significant educational and skills benefits, improved efficiency and effectiveness, creating a sustainable estate that evidences commitment to Nottingham's major employment and growth markets. This maximises access to both specialist and community provision across the conurbation allowing a focus of all efforts on further improving teaching and learning and student outcomes in a consistent and manageable way for Nottingham and meeting the needs of the local economy.

A number of curriculum decisions and their locations have been assumed to date, but these will need to be further considered as part of the stage 2 business case development that needs to be submitted to the LEP with a view to determining the final most efficient estate. To date it has been assumed that the single college will have five core sites, the Skills Hub being a critical site in this vision.

The Colleges have been working together in order to determine curriculum, timetabling and delivery plans, however this is yet to be finalised and the completion of this work is critical. The new campus will not only replace outdated teaching and learning facilities at both colleges but will enable the FE partners to respond directly to the needs of local employers by supplying the skills required for Nottingham's key employment and growth sectors. The Hub will provide an environment to promote and develop entrepreneurial behaviours, career aspirations and transparent progression pathways into employment within fit for purpose facilities that are of industry standard.

The Skills Hub is fully supported by the D2N2 Learning and Enterprise partnership (LEP) and Nottingham City Council (NCC). The project will be part funded by the LEP and NCC. The financing of the remainder of the development costs will be generated from college estate rationalisation and potentially through preferential borrowing. At all stages of the project the consultants are to be cognisant of the conditions of funding grant and the requirements for the design to meet all the colleges' curriculum qualification requirements.

Buildings of particular historical or architectural interest

Efficiency East Midlands Ltd | Published April 26, 2016  -  Deadline June 3, 2016
cpvs

Buildings of particular historical or architectural interest

Architectural, construction, engineering and inspection services

Scape System Build Limited (Trading as Scape Group) | Published February 2, 2016  -  Deadline February 5, 2016
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71000000, 70210000, 70220000, 70310000, 70320000, 70330000, 71210000, 71220000, 71230000, 71240000, 71250000, 71310000, 71311000, 71312000, 71320000, 71324000, 71330000, 71334000, 71340000, 71350000, 71410000, 71420000, 71510000, 71520000, 71530000, 71540000, 71610000, 71620000, 71700000, 79410000, 79996000, 90710000, 70110000, 70120000, 72224000, 71315300, 71630000, 70130000

Architectural, construction, engineering and inspection services

752 — Mechanical and Electrical and Structural Engineering, Architectural and Related Design Service

Nottingham Trent University | Published September 9, 2015
Winner
Couch Perry Wilkes, Mabers Architects, Curtins
cpvs
71200000, 71334000, 71333000, 71220000, 71321000

Mechanical and Electrical, Structural Engineering, Architectural and Related Design Services for the ISTEC (Interdisciplinary Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics Technology and Engagement Centre) New Build comprising for the following Lots: Lot 1 — Mechanical & Electrical Engineering Services (Lead Consultant). Lot 2 — Architectural Design Services. Lot 3 — Structural Engineering Services. The new build Interdisciplinary STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Teaching and Engagement Centre (ISTEC) will provide additional high quality laboratories in the form of an extension to Rosalind Franklin Building (RFB). ISTEC will contain co-located laboratories for all STEM disciplines devoted to project work of undergraduate and postgraduate taught students, enabling further exploration of strong STEM inter- and multi- disciplinary ethos and incorporating embedded outreach and employer/industry engagement facilities. Establishment of ISTEC will enable students to; — Work across STEM discipline interfaces. — Engage in increased technical, team-working and industry relevant activities through industry led projects, thereby increasing industry ready skills and knowledge. — Experience a seamless transition between university learning and employment, enhancing employability and future industry university collaborations. Nottingham Trent University is committed to reducing its carbon footprint by reducing energy consumption. It is expected therefore that ISTEC's design should reflect the University's commitment to energy reduction. Net construction cost is expected to fall between 5 000 000 GBP to 7 000 000 GBP.

752 — Mechanical and Electrical and Structural Engineering, Architectural and Related Design Services for ISTEC.

Nottingham Trent University | Published September 9, 2015
Winner
Curtins
cpvs
71200000, 71334000, 71333000, 71220000, 71321000

Mechanical and Electrical, Structural Engineering, Architectural and Related Design Services for the ISTEC (Interdisciplinary Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics Technology and Engagement Centre) New Build comprising for the following Lots: Lot 1 — Mechanical & Electrical Engineering Services (Lead Consultant). Lot 2 — Architectural Design Services. Lot 3 — Structural Engineering Services. The new build Interdisciplinary STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Teaching and Engagement Centre (ISTEC) will provide additional high quality laboratories in the form of an extension to Rosalind Franklin Building (RFB). ISTEC will contain co-located laboratories for all STEM disciplines devoted to project work of undergraduate and postgraduate taught students, enabling further exploration of strong STEM inter- and multi- disciplinary ethos and incorporating embedded outreach and employer/industry engagement facilities. Establishment of ISTEC will enable students to; — Work across STEM discipline interfaces. — Engage in increased technical, team-working and industry relevant activities through industry led projects, thereby increasing industry ready skills and knowledge. — Experience a seamless transition between university learning and employment, enhancing employability and future industry university collaborations. Nottingham Trent University is committed to reducing its carbon footprint by reducing energy consumption. It is expected therefore that ISTEC's design should reflect the University's commitment to energy reduction. Net construction cost is expected to fall between 5 000 000 GBP to 7 000 000 GBP.

752 — Mechanical and Electrical and Structural Engineering, Architectural and Related Design Service

Nottingham Trent University | Published April 1, 2015  -  Deadline April 26, 2015
cpvs
71200000, 71220000, 71333000, 71321000, 71334000

Mechanical and Electrical, Structural Engineering, Architectural and Related Design Services for the ISTEC (Interdisciplinary Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics Technology and Engagement Centre) New Build comprising for the following Lots: — Lot 1 — Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Services (Lead Consultant); — Lot 2 — Architectural Design Services; — Lot 3 — Structural Engineering Services. The new build Interdisciplinary STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Teaching and Engagement Centre (ISTEC) will provide additional high quality laboratories in the form of an extension to Rosalind Franklin Building (RFB). ISTEC will contain co-located laboratories for all STEM disciplines devoted to project work of undergraduate and postgraduate taught students, enabling further exploration of strong STEM inter- and multi- disciplinary ethos and incorporating embedded outreach and employer/industry engagement facilities. Establishment of ISTEC will enable students to: — work across STEM discipline interfaces, — engage in increased technical, team-working and industry relevant activities through industry led projects, thereby increasing industry ready skills and knowledge, — experience a seamless transition between university learning and employment, enhancing employability and future industry university collaborations. Nottingham Trent University is committed to reducing its carbon footprint by reducing energy consumption. It is expected therefore that ISTEC's design should reflect the University's commitment to energy reduction. Net construction cost is expected to fall between 5 000 000 GBP to 7 000 000 GBP.

752 — Mechanical and Electrical and Structural Engineering, Architectural and Related Design Services for ISTEC.

Nottingham Trent University | Published April 1, 2015  -  Deadline April 26, 2015
cpvs
71200000, 71220000, 71333000, 71321000, 71334000

Mechanical and Electrical, Structural Engineering, Architectural and Related Design Services for the ISTEC (Interdisciplinary Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics Technology and Engagement Centre) New Build comprising for the following Lots: — Lot 1 — Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Services (Lead Consultant); — Lot 2 — Architectural Design Services; — Lot 3 — Structural Engineering Services. The new build Interdisciplinary STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Teaching and Engagement Centre (ISTEC) will provide additional high quality laboratories in the form of an extension to Rosalind Franklin Building (RFB). ISTEC will contain co-located laboratories for all STEM disciplines devoted to project work of undergraduate and postgraduate taught students, enabling further exploration of strong STEM inter- and multi- disciplinary ethos and incorporating embedded outreach and employer/industry engagement facilities. Establishment of ISTEC will enable students to: — work across STEM discipline interfaces, — engage in increased technical, team-working and industry relevant activities through industry led projects, thereby increasing industry ready skills and knowledge, — experience a seamless transition between university learning and employment, enhancing employability and future industry university collaborations. Nottingham Trent University is committed to reducing its carbon footprint by reducing energy consumption. It is expected therefore that ISTEC's design should reflect the University's commitment to energy reduction. Net construction cost is expected to fall between 5 000 000 GBP to 7 000 000 GBP.

778 Interdisciplinary STEM Teaching & Engagement Centre (ISTEC) Lot 43 Architectural Metalwork

Nottingham Trent University | Published February 17, 2017  -  Deadline March 6, 2017
cpvs
45000000

A new Interdisciplinary STEM Teaching and Engagement Centre (ISTEC) will contain state-of-the-art laboratories for teaching undergraduate and postgraduate students. It will also support the University's schools, colleges and community outreach activities, while providing important facilities for industry and a platform for wider collaboration.The centre, which is being established at the University's Clifton campus, will be new build and enabling works are anticipated to commence Easter 2016 with construction following on to enable Practical Completion to be achieved in Summer 2017. The Interdisciplinary STEM Teaching and Engagement Centre project will be split into Lots which will be tendered on a staggered basis as and when documentation becomes available, through the Intend system. New Contract Notices will be issued for Lot/s when tendered. This Contract notice covers the following Lot 43 Architectural metalwork. See Tender documentation for full description of works.

778 Interdisciplinary STEM Teaching & Engagement Centre (ISTEC) Lot 43 Architectural Metalwork

Nottingham Trent University | Published March 20, 2017  -  Deadline March 6, 2017
Winner
Gascoyne and Beever Ltd
cpvs
45000000

A new Interdisciplinary STEM Teaching and Engagement Centre (ISTEC) will contain state-of-the-art laboratories for teaching undergraduate and postgraduate students. It will also support the University's schools, colleges and community outreach activities, while providing important facilities for industry and a platform for wider collaboration.The centre, which is being established at the University's Clifton campus, will be new build and enabling works are anticipated to commence Easter 2016 with construction following on to enable Practical Completion to be achieved in Summer 2017. The Interdisciplinary STEM Teaching and Engagement Centre project will be split into Lots which will be tendered on a staggered basis as and when documentation becomes available, through the Intend system. New Contract Notices will be issued for Lot/s when tendered. This Contract notice covers the following Lot 43 Architectural metalwork. See Tender documentation for full description of works.

Framework contract opportunity: specialist workshop leaders

CREATIVE QUARTER NOTTINGHAM LIMITED | Published May 31, 2017  -  Deadline July 5, 2017
cpvs
80500000

Framework specialist workshop leader contract for The Big House programme for workshop leaders and experts who will be able to provide facilitation for participants of the Open Doors events programme. Events will be at a range of venues across Derbys/Notts area, aimed at start-up, early stage and established businesses and entrepreneurs. What we're looking for - • We would like to hear from specialist workshop leaders (an individual or a business) who are interested in joining a framework which will be used for awarding contracts throughout the Open Doors/The Big House programme, 2017 - 2019. • The framework will allow us to book workshop leaders on a regular basis. This process will be implemented in line with ERDF guidelines. • We are looking for workshop leaders and experts who will be able to provide specialist facilitation for participants of the Open Doors events programme. • Participants will be start-up, early stage and established businesses and entrepreneurs. • We are specifically interested in specialists in the Creative and Digital Industries which includes work in music, design, marketing, performing arts, visual arts, craft, photography, film and video, broadcasting, digital and tech, architecture and publishing. The Big House is a 3-year, £5 million tailored support programme for the Creative and Digital Industries (CDI) sector in Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, Derby and Derbyshire. The programme is part-funded by a £2.5 million contribution from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and from the Creative Local Growth Fund programme, funded by Arts Council England. The aim of The Big House is to help creative and digital businesses to grow and to support the creation of new jobs. Support on offer includes one-to-one advice, coaching, grants, peer-to-peer learning and business engagement events. The programme aims to support over 500 businesses with over £350,000 of grant funding, matched by private investment. CQ is one of The Big House delivery partners, along with the University of Derby, Nottingham Trent University - The Hive, New Art Exchange, Derby Theatre, Derby QUAD and NBV Enterprise Solutions. The Creative Quarter's element of The Big House is called Open Doors and offers an information, engagement and communications hub focused on CDI businesses and activity, across the D2N2 area (D2N2 is the local enterprise partnership for Derby, Derbyshire, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire). Open Doors is delivering the following elements of The Big House: • A range of support, including one-to-one intensive business coaching • Peer-to-peer learning and networking opportunities • Market place and trade fair events • Wide ranging business engagement events with creative, digital and technology experts
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