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Emergency Centre IT Solution.

The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust | Published June 4, 2015
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48000000, 72000000

In Rotherham a new model of emergency care is proposed that will bring all of the existing services together in a single Emergency Centre located at the Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust. A new purpose-developed facility is planned to provide a seamless, integrated emergency and urgent care service which will bring together vital partners including Mental Health, Social Care services and other agencies, integrating Rotherham's health and social care system. The design and implementation of a single integrated IT solution to support the seamless flow of patients and their information through the Emergency Centre will be key to the successful delivery of the new model. The solution will need to communicate with existing and future systems to support the delivery of acute, primary and community services. Delivery of a solution with such a broad scope will require engagement across the Health Community. The purpose of this PIN is to: — provide advance notice that the Trust is considering undertaking a tendering exercise to procure the IT solution; — identify suppliers who would like to attend a Briefing Event. the purpose of this event is to explain the business requirement and procurement strategy options in more detail. It will also provide an opportunity for suppliers to engage, ask questions, seek feedback and input into the procurement strategy. The event will take place on 18.6.2015 at the Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust. If you would like to express an interest in attending this event please email georgina.rodgers@rothgen.nhs.uk ensuring the subject starts EC IT Briefing Event, providing your contact details (name, title, company name, company address, telephone number, email address).

Tools & Accessories 13-011

Rotherham MBC | Published February 19, 2015  -  Deadline March 26, 2015
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42650000, 42651000, 42652000, 43830000, 44500000, 44510000, 44511000, 44512000, 44512600, 44512900, 44512930, 44512940, 44513000, 44514000, 44514100, 44514200

Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council is seeking expressions of interest from suppliers for the purchase of Tools and Accessories. This will include items such as drills, saw blades, shears, hoes, rakes, brush knives, mowing and strimmer line and many more. This agreement may also include tool hire and tool repairs.

The anticipated spend is in the region of £30,000 per annum, however this does not carry any guarantee of turnover and any estimated volumes of business are indicative and may vary upwards or downwards depending on actual future needs.

The framework will be awarded initially for a period of two years, with the option to extend at the sole discretion of the Council for a further two years, each on a year by year basis.

The intention is to award to a sole supplier, however if one supplier cannot meet the council's requirements then it will be awarded to additional participant(s) and may be divided into lots, these lots will be identified in the Invitation to Tender document.

Suppliers who are successful following the pre-tender questionnaire evaluation will be invited to tender.

All suppliers who wish to be considered for this tender must register on the YORtender system and electronically complete and upload the pre tender questionnaire document onto the system no later than 17:00hrs on Monday 26th January 2015. All pre tender questionnaires must be returned through the system and will not be accepted by any other means.

** The deadline for the re-issue of the PTQ is 17:00hrs on Thursday 26th March 2015 **

 

14-044 Installation of Street Lighting Equipment

Rotherham MBC | Published April 7, 2014  -  Deadline May 7, 2014
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34928500, 34928510, 45233293, 45316110, 45317000, 50232100

Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council is seeking expressions of interest for the Installation of Street Lighting Equipment. This is to include but is not restricted to:-

·         Installation and removal of lighting columns

·         Installation of slipover columns. The successful tenderer will be required to install slipover columns in place of some existing concrete units.

·         Installation of replacement LED lanterns. The successful tender may be required to install replacement LED lanterns to Group B lighting units. This operation includes removal of the existing luminaire and replacement with a pre-wired LED lantern. The successful tenderer would be expected to connect the wiring into the existing isolator / cut out and electrically test the installation upon completion.

The successful Tenderer (s) will be required to install Street Lighting Equipment at the direction of the Street Lighting Service.

The anticipated total spend is in the region of £480,000 (GBP) for the whole duration of the agreement including any extension periods.

However this does not carry any guarantee of turnover and any estimated volumes of business are indicative and may vary upwards or downwards depending on actual future needs.

The framework will be awarded initially for a period of one year, with the option to extend at the sole discretion of RMBC for a further two 12 month periods, each on a year by year basis.

The intention is to award to a single supplier, however if one supplier cannot meet the council's requirements then it will be awarded to additional participant(s).

 

14-018 Floor Coverings

Rotherham MBC | Published March 18, 2014  -  Deadline July 2, 2014
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39530000, 39531000, 39531100, 39531200, 39531300, 39531310, 39531400, 39534000

Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council (RMBC) is seeking expressions of interest from suppliers who are able to supply and fit a variety of Domestic Floor Coverings. The successful supplier/s will be required to provide a quick turn around and be able to accommodate a quick unscheduled supply and fitting service to over 2000 tenanted homes throughout the Borough of Rotherham.

 

The total spend over the duration of the agreement is expected to be circa £2,320,000 GBP, however this does not carry any guarantee of turnover and any estimated volume of business is indicative and may vary upwards or downwards depending on Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Councils actual future needs.

 

The agreement will be for an initial period of 12 months with the option to extend for a further 3 no 12 month periods.

 

This invitation is made on behalf of Rotherham Borough Council and all of the other local authorities in the United Kingdom (collectively described where the context requires as “the Contracting Authorities”) who may wish to utilise the services of the successful Tenderer (s).’

‘The agreement will be a framework agreement let by Rotherham Borough Council for the benefit of Rotherham Borough Council and other Contracting Authorities who may wish to call-off orders under the agreement. Rotherham Borough Council will be a central purchasing body for this purpose.

The Contracting Authorities who will be entitled to call-off orders under the agreement are all of the local authorities in the United Kingdom, details of which can be found in the Municipal Yearbook published by Hemming Information Services, a division of the Hemming Group Limited, whose e-mail address is: myb@hgluk.com.’

 

 

 

13-016/049 Stairlift and Hoist Maintenance

Rotherham MBC | Published July 22, 2013  -  Deadline August 21, 2013
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33192600, 42410000, 42416100, 42416130, 42416300, 42419000, 42419510, 50750000

Rotherham Council is inviting bids from organisations who might be able to provide services that meet the Council’s current needs for Stairlift and Hoist Maintenance and Repair.

This contract will provide the residents of Rotherham in private and Council properties with scheduled services and repairs  including 24 hour call-outs. 

The service also includes the removal and installation of Stairlifts and / or hoists and storing of the equipment as and when required. 

The Agreement will be split into two lots:

·                       Lot 1 – The Maintenance of Stair lifts, Curve Lifts and through-floor lifts.

·                       Lot 2 – The Maintenance of Hoists and through floor lifts.

The framework will be awarded initially for a period of one year with the option to extend at the sole discretion of RMBC for a further three years on a year by year basis thereafter.

Total spend over the 48 month contract period is expected to be £440,000.00, however this does not carry any guarantee of turnover and that any estimated volume of business is indicative and may vary upwards or downwards depending on Rotherham Councils actual future needs. The spend is split across the two lots:

·                      Lot 1 - £340,000.00 over the agreement period (£85,000.00 per annum)

·                      Lot 2 - £100,000.00 over the agreement period (£25,000.00 per annum)

 

Although the contracting authority for this notice is Rotherham Borough Council, it is intended that other contracting authorities will be able to avail themselves for the goods and services under the framework agreement, the council will act as the contracting authorities’ agent and the contracting authority will have a contractual relationship with the appointed contractor.

 

 

Stairlifts

Rotherham MBC | Published September 26, 2017  -  Deadline October 30, 2017
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44115600, 33192600, 51511000, 33196200

This Invitation to Tender (‘ITT’) is issued by Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council (‘the Council’) in connection with the competitive procurement of Installation of Hoists and Stair lifts to both council and private tenants, private residents and housing associations to make properties fit for purpose.

There may also be a need for removal and storage of redundant equipment. The tender process is being conducted in accordance with the Public Contracts Regulations 2015.

Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council (RMBC) are inviting bids from organisations who are able to meet the requirements for the supply and installation of stair lifts, Curve Lifts, and through floor lifts with an estimated annual spend in the region of 335 000 GBP per annum.

The successful supplier's will be required to provide a quick turn-around installation service, as detailed within the tender documentation. All installations will be within the Rotherham Borough.

The supplier's will need to have an understanding of environmental issues and have carefully considered sustainability in the preparation of the Stair Lifts that they have offered.

There may also be a requirement for redundant equipment to be removed and stored at the successful bidders' premises.

Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council (RMBC) are inviting bids from organisations who are able to meet the requirements for the supply and installation of hoists and associated products. It is anticipated that the spend will be in the region of 129 000 GBP per annum however these costs are indicative and do not carry any guarantee of turnover or exclusivity and any estimated volumes of business are indicative and may vary upwards or downwards depending on actual future needs.

16-103 Tree Management System

ROTHERHAM METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL | Published January 27, 2017  -  Deadline February 16, 2017
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03000000

Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council (RMBC) are inviting bids from a number of organisations who might be able to provide services that meet RMBC's current needs replace its existing Tree Management System. It is envisaged that the contract will commence in April 2017. The anticipated spend is in the region of £40,000.00 for the period of the agreement. However this does not carry any guarantee of turnover and any estimated volumes of business are indicative and may vary upwards or downwards depending on actual future needs.

Adult Community Learning — Calloff 5.

Rotherham MBC | Published October 3, 2015
Winner
Serenity
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80000000, 98000000, 75200000, 80400000, 80420000

The community learning fund must be used for the people of Rotherham and where possible the delivery of services should be within easy reach of the highlighted deprived areas to ensure easy accessibility for learners. Individual specifications for each course are provided in the documents below: Lot 1 — Health, Public Services and Care (including Medicine and Dentistry, Nursing and Subjects and Vocations Allied to Medicine, Health and Social Care, Public Services, Child Development and Well Being) Course 1 — Vocational Pathways — Introduction to a career in Care — Appendix 1 Course 2 — Vocational Pathways — Introduction to a career in Care — Appendix 2 Course 3 — Vocational Pathways — Introduction to a Career Working with Children — Appendix 3 Course 4 — Vocational Pathways — Introduction to a Career Working with Children — Appendix 4 Course 5 — Healthy Eating/Food Hygeine — Appendix 5 Lot 2 — Science and Mathematics (including Science, Mathematics and Statistics) Course 1 — Maths — Appendix 6 Course 2 — Maths — Appendix 7 Lot 3 — Agriculture, Horticulture and Animal Care (including Agriculture, Horticulture and Forestry, Animal Care and Veterinary Science, Environmental Conservation) Course 1 — Improving the Environment — Appendix 8 Lot 5 — Construction, Planning and the Built Environment (Including Architecture, Building and Construction, Urban, Rural and Regional Planning) Course 1 — Vocational Pathways — Introduction to Construction Trades ( DIY, painting and decorating, bricklaying etc.) — Appendix 11 Course 2 — Vocational Pathways — Introduction to Construction Trades ( DIY, painting and decorating, bricklaying etc.) — Appendix 12 Lot 6 — Information and Communication Technology (Including ICT Practitioners, ICT for Users) Course 1 — ICT and Digital Inclusion — Appendix 13 Course 2 — ICT and Digital Inclusion — Appendix 14 Lot 7 — Retail and Commercial Enterprise (Including Retailing and Wholesaling, Warehousing and Distribution, Service Enterprises, Hospitality and Catering) Course 1 — Vocational Pathways — Introduction to a Career in Retail — Appendix 15 Lot 8 — Leisure, Travel and Tourism (Sport, Leisure and Recreation, Travel and Tourism) Course 1 — Sport, Leisure and Recreation — Appendix 16 Course 2 — Sport, Leisure and Recreation — Appendix 17 Lot 9 — Arts, Media and Publishing (Including Performing Arts, Crafts, Creative Arts and Design, Media and Communication, Publishing and Information Services) Course 1 — Arts, Crafts and Design — Appendix 19 Course 2 — Vocational Pathway — Introduction to a Career in Health and Beauty — Appendix 20 Course 3 — Vocational Pathway — Introduction to a Career in Health and Beauty — Appendix 21 Lot 10 — History, Philosophy and Theology (Including History, Archaeology and Archaeological Sciences, Philosophy, Theology and Religious Studies) Course 1 — Local/Family History — Appendix 22 Lot 11 — Social Sciences (Including Geography, Sociology and Social Policy, Politics, Economics, Anthropology) Course 1 — Introduction to Sociology — Appendix 23 Lot 12 — Languages, Literature and Culture (Including Languages, Literature and Culture of the British Isles, Other Languages, Literature and Culture, Linguistics) Course 1 — English — Appendix 24 Course 2 — Creative Writing — Appendix 25 Course 3 — Modern Foreign Languages (e.g. Spanish, French, Greek etc.) — Appendix 26 Lot 14 — Preparation for Life and Work (Including Foundations for Learning and Life, Preparation for Work) Course 1 — Communication Skills for Speakers of Other Languages — Appendix 28 Course 2 — Employability — Appendix 33 Course 3 — Employability — Appendix 34 Course 4 — An Introduction to Health and Safety, Equalities and Diversity, Communication and Team Work in the Workplace — Appendix 35 Course 5 — Money Management/Budgeting — Appendix 36 Course 6 — Confidence Building — Appendix 37 Course 7 — Family Learning — Appendix 38 Course 8 — Preparation for Life and Work — Appendix 39 Lot 15 — Business, Administration and Law (Including Accounting and Finance, Administration, Business Management, Marketing and Sales, Law and Legal Services) Course 1 — Vocational Pathways — Introduction to a career working in an office — Appendix 40 Course 2 — Vocational Pathways — Introduction to a career working in an office — Appendix 41.

16-087 Community & Home Care Service Spot Purchase

Rotherham MBC | Published November 14, 2016  -  Deadline November 30, 2016
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98000000

Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council (RMBC) are inviting bids from a number of organisations who might be able to provide services that meet RMBC’s current demand for a Community and Home Care Service. Expressions of interest are invited from suitably experienced providers who are registered to provide home care on a spot purchase basis. Providers will be expected to be innovative in delivering personal care and support in ways which builds on existing capacities, social networks, maintaining local connections and community involvement for older people and adults with physical disabilities, sensory impairment, learning disabilities, mental health conditions and dementia. Providers may specialise in any providing service to a particular client group and provide service Borough wide or in a particular geographical area of Rotherham. The specification of the service to be delivered is outcome focused and requires providers to evidence the impact on the quality of life of service users and carers as a result of the service provision. Services approved under the agreement will be required to have operational processes that place customers in control of their personal budget allocation. There is no guarantee of business for Providers under this Spot Contract Agreement. Priority will be given to existing Providers on the Community and Homecare Service Framework (which is in place until March 2018). All allocation of work to spot contract Providers will be sanctioned through the Adult Care and Housing Commissioning Team. The contract will commence on or around the 1st December 2016 expiring 31st March 2018. The Council currently commissions approximately 13,000 hours per week of Community and Home Care Support however this offer does not carry any guarantee of turnover and any estimated volumes of business are indicative and may vary upwards or downwards depending on actual future needs. As mentioned above, there is no guarantee of business for Providers under this Spot Contract Agreement. The intention is to award to the highest scoring Providers based on the selection criteria stated in section 1.1.5 of this document and ensuring the coverage of the Borough. All suppliers who wish to be considered for this quotation must register on the YORtender system and electronically complete and upload the quotation documents onto the system no later than 17:00 hrs Wednesday 30th November 2016. All Requests for Quotation must be returned through the YORtender system and will not be accepted by any other means.

16-054: Winter Fleet Telematics

 | Published July 8, 2016  -  Deadline July 22, 2016
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60000000

Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council (RMBC) are inviting bids from a number of organisations who might be able to provide services that meet RMBC's current needs for Telematics Equipment for the Winter Fleet Service package. The specification requirements are for the installation, running and maintenance of: - A forced route navigation system (rugged tablet pc with a sat nav touch screen) - Tracking device and software - real time tracking plus audit trails and exception reports that can be accesses and interrogated online - Automated salting facilities All software and hardware must be compatible with RMBC's existing ECON'S IN-VEHICLE ECON SPARGO BOXES The full detailed specification is detailed in Appendix 1-Telematics Equipment for Winter Service. The anticipated spend is in the region of £9k per annum, however this does not carry any guarantee of turnover and any estimated volumes of business are indicative and may vary upwards or downwards depending on actual future needs. The quotation will be awarded initially for a period of 3 years, with the option to extend at the sole discretion of the Council for a further one year. The intention is to award to a single supplier. All suppliers who wish to be considered for this quotation must register on the YORtender system and electronically complete and upload the quotation documents onto the system no later than 12.00 noon on Friday 22nd July. All Requests for Quotation must be returned through the YORtender system and will not be accepted by any other means. The details set out in this RFQ are given in good faith and believed to be correct. However, RMBC does not warrant the accuracy of those details and each bidder should make its own appropriate enquiries. Bidders and other recipients of this RFQ are reminded that the issue of this RFQ in no way commits RMBC to award any contract pursuant to the quotation process and that neither RMBC, nor any of their advisers, shall be liable for any expenses incurred by Bidders or such recipients in connection with the quotation process.

Tata Steel Project 2.

RNN Group | Published March 2, 2016  -  Deadline March 11, 2016
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80000000, 80500000

If you have tendered before there will be no requirement to again.

Any organisations which expressed interest but didn't complete the tender now have an opportunity to do so.

Following the recent large scale redundancies announced at Tata Steel (Rotherham and Stocksbridge sites) Deregulated SFA funds have been allocated to support those effected in gaining alternative employment. In addition, any supply chain employees who are affected by the reduced business on these sites are also eligible.

Organisations interested in delivering these programmes on behalf of RNN Group (Rotherham and North Notts Colleges) are required to complete the PQQ\ITT on in-tend. Applicants will then be notified if they have been successful. Final approval could be subject to an onsite visit or further clarification on relevant points of the tender.

In addition to standard fundable programmes eligible clients will be able to access relevant training courses which are not usually fundable via ASB contract rules and regulations. Any courses individuals undertake must be requested following initial advice and guidance and be relevant to the current job market, in order to enhance people's chances of gaining sustainable employment as a result of the training delivered.

Most courses will be relatively short, will be delivered locally wherever possible, and must take into account current skills and experience. DWP will need to confirm agreement with attendance requirements whilst individuals are claiming any type of benefits. Courses available could be providing new skills or updating existing skills in relevant occupational areas. In addition to vocational skills, clients will have the opportunity to improve their general maths, English, IT and employability skills.

Passing the tender threshold score 70 % does not guarantee any levels of contract, as all delivery will be dependent on client needs. The delivery contracts will commence from February 2016 onwards and will be expected to be fully complete by no later July 2017 (we anticipate completion will be much earlier than the final date).

14-017 Top Soil

Rotherham MBC | Published June 2, 2014  -  Deadline June 23, 2014
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14212410, 45112210

Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council (RMBC) is inviting bids from a number of organisations who might be able to provide Top Soil in various varieties. The successful supplier/s will be required to provide a quick turn around and be able to accommodate quick unscheduled deliveries to sites throughout the Borough of Rotherham.

Top Soil is an important component of most landscaping projects, used to support the growth of vegetation, as an anchorage for plant roots and for reinstating grass verges along the highways. Top Soil is used predominantly by the Landscaping team and Street pride who act on behalf of the Environmental and Development Services Directorate.

The framework will be awarded initially for a period of 12 months with the option to extend at the sole discretion of RMBC for a further three 12 month periods, each on a year by year basis.

 

The total spend over the 48 month contract period is expected to be £104,000 however this does not carry any guarantee of turnover and any estimated volume of business is indicative and may vary upwards or downwards depending on Rotherham Council’s actual future needs.

 

The Council retains the right to evaluate, in accordance with the specified selection criteria, any changes to the information either notified by the Potential Provider or of which the Authority becomes aware.  Such re-evaluation may lead to a Potential Provider being disqualified from the procurement process where they no longer meet the specified selection criteria, irrespective of the stage of the procurement process it occurs at.

 

The Council reserves the right to disqualify a Potential Provider at any point during the procurement process if it is found that a Potential Provider has not informed the Council of a change in the information submitted or if the Potential Provider has submitted false or misleading information.  In addition, the Council may disqualify a Potential Provider if the changes in information may lead to a significant disruption to the procurement timetable and process; the Council will endeavour to maintain a competitive process, and will use its discretion when making any such decision.

 

13-097 Residential Route LED Lighting

Rotherham MBC | Published January 9, 2014  -  Deadline February 12, 2014
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31000000, 34928500, 34928510, 50232100

Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council (RMBC) is seeking expressions of interest for the supply only of Residential Route LED Lighting to both Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council and Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council (BMBC) (BMBC usage of the contract will be subject to cabinet approval of its Street Lighting Replacement Programme).

            Rotherham Council is responsible for maintaining and controlling 36,000 street lighting installations on the roads throughout the borough. Routine maintenance is carried out by Rotherham Council’s Street Lighting Services who are ultimately responsible for street lighting on the roads.

            Barnsley Council is responsible for maintaining and controlling 33,500 street lighting installations on the roads throughout the borough. Routine maintenance is carried out by Barnsley Council’s Street Lighting Services who are ultimately responsible for street lighting on the roads.

The Street Lighting Service, within Rotherham, currently maintains 28,000 units across the borough, on Residential Routes, and is looking to replace approximately 13,000 units with LED lighting units, so reducing carbon emissions’ and increasing energy savings.

The Street Lighting Service, within Barnsley council, is looking to replace approximately 20,000 units, on Residential Routes, with LED lighting units.

The successful Tenderer (s) will be required to supply, to order, Residential Route LED Lighting, to the Street Lighting Service within both Rotherham and Barnsley Borough Councils.

Spend is approximately £800,000 to £2,000,000 per annum which equates to approximately £2,400,000 to £6,000,000 for the duration of the agreement, including any extension periods. However this does not carry any guarantee of turnover and any estimated volumes of business are indicative and may vary upwards or downwards depending on actual future needs.

The framework will be awarded initially for a period of one year, with the option to extend at the sole discretion of RMBC for a further two 12 month periods, each on a year by year basis.

It is intended for the tender to be awarded to a sole supplier, however if one supplier cannot meet the council’s requirements then the tender will be awarded to additional participant(s).

 

16-112 Supply of Electric Bikes

ROTHERHAM METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL | Published February 3, 2017  -  Deadline February 10, 2017
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34000000

Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council (RMBC) are inviting bids from a number of organisations who might be able to provide services that meet RMBC's current needs for electric bikes. The anticipated spend is in the region of £25,000 to £30,000, however this does not carry any guarantee of turnover and any estimated volumes of business are indicative and may vary upwards or downwards depending on actual needs. The intention is to award to a single supplier. All suppliers who wish to be considered for this quotation must register on the YORtender system and electronically complete and upload the quotation documents onto the system no later than 16:00 Friday 10th February 2017. All Requests for Quotation must be returned through the YORtender system and will not be accepted by any other means.

16-113 Community Infrastructure Levy

ROTHERHAM METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL | Published February 3, 2017  -  Deadline February 15, 2017
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30000000

Rotherham Council is bringing in a Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) which will largely replace the previous S106 arrangements. To successfully implement the CIL, Rotherham Council requires qualifying developments to be charged at the correct rate and to be followed up through the development process. To implement the CIL, Rotherham Council requires a robust software system to assign the correct charge and track relevant planning applications through the process to completion. The system will need to link to the Council's existing Civica systems, ie FastPlanning the Planning application system and Civica Financials and Income The anticipated spend is in the region of £40,000 for the period of the agreement. However this does not carry any guarantee of turnover and any estimated volumes of business are indicative and may vary upwards or downwards depending on actual future needs.

Tata Steel Project 2

RNN Group | Published August 31, 2016
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If you have tendered before there will be no requirement to again.

Any organisations which expressed interest but didn't complete the tender now have an opportunity to do so.

Following the recent large scale redundancies announced at Tata Steel (Rotherham and Stocksbridge sites) Deregulated SFA funds have been allocated to support those effected in gaining alternative employment. In addition, any supply chain employees who are affected by the reduced business on these sites are also eligible.

Organisations interested in delivering these programmes on behalf of RNN Group (Rotherham and North Notts Colleges) are required to complete the PQQ\ITT on in-tend. Applicants will then be notified if they have been successful. Final approval could be subject to an onsite visit or further clarification on relevant points of the tender.

In addition to standard fundable programmes eligible clients will be able to access relevant training courses which are not usually fundable via ASB contract rules and regulations. Any courses individuals undertake must be requested following initial advice and guidance and be relevant to the current job market, in order to enhance people's chances of gaining sustainable employment as a result of the training delivered.

Most courses will be relatively short, will be delivered locally wherever possible, and must take into account current skills and experience. DWP will need to confirm agreement with attendance requirements whilst individuals are claiming any type of benefits. Courses available could be providing new skills or updating existing skills in relevant occupational areas. In addition to vocational skills, clients will have the opportunity to improve their general maths, English, IT and employability skills.

Passing the tender threshold score 70 % does not guarantee any levels of contract, as all delivery will be dependent on client needs. The delivery contracts will commence from February 2016 onwards and will be expected to be fully complete by no later July 2017 (we anticipate completion will be much earlier than the final date).

Contracts will be awarded for this type of tender as we receive requests that match the providers offer. Service Level Agreements will then be agreed if and when we receive an enquiry relevant to the providers offer. This will be done individually for each request as it is identified. As stated on the tender process being scored as an approved provider for the project is not a guarantee of any referrals or income. We will be receiving referrals for individuals made redundant for many months and each referral will be considered individually in regard to their needs.

14-097 Highways Technical Inspections and Testing Services

Rotherham MBC | Published December 1, 2015  -  Deadline January 12, 2016
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71630000, 71631000, 71631480

Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council (RMBC) acting as lead on behalf of the ‘Yorkshire Authorities Survey Group’ is inviting bids from a number of organisations who might be able to provide Services that meet the needs of the group for Highways Technical and Inspection Services.

This agreement will provide Councils in South and West Yorkshire with a framework of organisations that can provide competitive rates and services for a range of highway type inspection, and testing services.

 The ‘Yorkshire Authorities Survey Group’ consists of the following Councils:-

  ·  Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council

 ·  Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council

 ·  Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council

 ·  City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council

 ·  Calderdale Council

 ·  Kirklees Council

 ·  Leeds City Council

 ·  Wakefield Council

 The framework may be utilised by the Local Authorities mentioned above and other Authorities who may wish to access the framework throughout its duration.

 Rotherham MBC will fulfil the role of “Contract Administrator” only; all service administrative functions will be performed by a representative from each of the Authorities who access the agreement providing a Geographic contact within each area.

 The framework will be let for 2 years with the option to extend for a further two 12 month periods.

 It is estimated that the value of spend to be directed via this agreement is in the region of £0 to £1,200,000.00 over the four year duration, however this does not carry any guarantee of turnover and any estimated volumes of business are indicative and may vary upwards or downwards depending on actual future needs.

Tenderers should be aware that although the contracting authority for the purposes of this procurement is Rotherham Borough Council, one or more of the other Local Authorities within the Yorkshire and Humber Region may choose to access the concluded contract subject to the capacity of the tenderer, without creating any obligation on behalf of any of them to do so. Where any of the Local Authorities within the Yorkshire and Humber Region elects to do so a legally binding contract shall be created between the Contractor and that Local Authority on the terms and conditions contained herein. Details of the Local Authorities can be found at http://local.direct.gov.uk/LDGRedirect/MapLocationSearch.do?mode=1.1&map=4

Other local authorities in the United Kingdom who will be entitled to call-off orders under the agreement can be found at http://openlylocal.com/councils/all

 

14-018 Tree Services

Rotherham MBC | Published May 20, 2014  -  Deadline June 30, 2014
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03450000, 03452000, 31522000, 77211300, 77211400, 77211500, 77211600, 77340000, 77341000

Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council provides a high quality arboricultural service which is vital to maintain a tree and woodland-rich environment supporting as many amenity, landscape, wildlife, economic , cultural and social benefits as possible for all the people of Rotherham,

The Council is directly responsible for an extensive tree population, including 6,000 roadside trees and elsewhere, a further estimated 70,000 individual trees in housing estates, schools together with parks and open spaces.

The Council is seeking expressions of interest from suppliers who are able to maintain and service the trees within the Borough of Rotherham. The successful supplier/s will be required to provide a  professional, timely and efficient service and be able to accommodate quick unscheduled works as well as a 24 hour 7 day a week  emergency service throughout the Borough of Rotherham.

 

This Framework agreement relates to Council-wide tree maintenance including highways, parks and open spaces, Housing areas and schools.

 

The total spend over the duration of the agreement is expected to be around £500,000 GBP, however this does not carry any guarantee of turnover and any estimated volume of business is indicative and may vary upwards or downwards depending on Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council’s actual future needs.

 

The agreement will be for a period of 12 months with the option to extend for a further 3 no. 12 month periods.

  

This invitation is made on behalf of Rotherham Borough Council and all of the other local authorities in the United Kingdom (collectively described in this PTQ where the context requires as “the Contracting Authorities”) who may wish to utilise the services of the successful Tenderer (s).’

‘The agreement will be a framework agreement let by Rotherham Borough Council for the benefit of Rotherham Borough Council and other Contracting Authorities who may wish to call-off orders under the agreement. Rotherham Borough Council will be a central purchasing body for this purpose.

The Contracting Authorities who will be entitled to call-off orders under the agreement are all of the local authorities in the United Kingdom, details of which can be found in the Municipal Yearbook published by Hemming Information Services, a division of the Hemming Group Limited, whose e-mail address is: myb@hgluk.com.’

 

13-015 Plants, Trees & Shrubs

Rotherham MBC | Published March 4, 2014  -  Deadline April 7, 2014
cpvs
03121100, 03450000, 03451000, 03451100, 03451300, 03452000, 16130000, 24454000, 77211500

Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council (RMBC) is seeking expressions of interest from suppliers who are able to supply a variety of Plants Trees & Shrubs including Semi Mature Trees. The successful supplier/s will be required to provide a quick turn around and be able to accommodate quick unscheduled deliveries to sites throughout the Borough of Rotherham.

 

The agreement will be split into three lots as follows:

 

Lot 1

The supply of Seasonal Bedding Plants

 

Lot 2

The supply of Trees and Shrubs

 

Lot 3

The supply, planting and 3yr maintenance of Semi Mature Specialist Trees

 

 

The framework will be awarded initially for a period of 12 months with the option to extend at the sole discretion of RMBC for a further three 12 month periods, each on a year by year basis.

 

The total spend over the 48 month contract period is expected to be £292,000GBP however this does not carry any guarantee of turnover  and any estimated volume of business is indicative and may vary upwards or downwards depending on Rotherham Council’s actual future needs. The approximate spend across the three lots is as follows:

 

Lot 1 - £156,000 over the agreement period (£39,000per annum)

Lot 2 - £84,000 over the agreement period (£21,000per annum)

Lot 3 - £52,000 over the agreement period (£13,000annum)

 

 

This invitation is made on behalf of Rotherham Borough Council and all of the other local authorities in the United Kingdom (collectively described where the context requires as “the Contracting Authorities”) who may wish to utilise the services of the successful Tenderer (s).’

‘The agreement will be a framework agreement let by Rotherham Borough Council for the benefit of Rotherham Borough Council and other Contracting Authorities who may wish to call-off orders under the agreement. Rotherham Borough Council will be a central purchasing body for this purpose.

The Contracting Authorities who will be entitled to call-off orders under the agreement are all of the local authorities in the United Kingdom, details of which can be found in the Municipal Yearbook published by Hemming Information Services, a division of the Hemming Group Limited, whose e-mail address is: myb@hgluk.com.’

 

 

 

 

16-085 Day Opportunities for Adults with Disabilities

Rotherham MBC | Published November 8, 2016  -  Deadline December 15, 2016
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85000000, 98000000, 85300000, 85310000

The primary objective of the Day Opportunities Service is to support Service Users to achieve the individual outcomes identified by the process of Community Care Assessment and Support Planning and agreed with Service Users, family carers and their advocates.

The Day Opportunities Service will be accessed by adults requiring specialist support and have learning disabilities, sensory impairment, autistic spectrum disorders, multiple physical disability, complex needs (including complex behavioural issues), epilepsy, dementia and additional mental ill health (associated with any of the described categories). Individuals with acquired brain injury may where appropriate be referred to the service.

Day opportunities include a wide range of group and individual activities. They may take place in a specific building, and include support to access universal facilities. Day opportunities will usually take place away from the home environment and will promote social interaction and opportunities to be as independent as possible while people pursue their interests and take part in meaningful activities. Service Users will be supported in a number of different areas including activities to meet and make friends and use leisure and recreational facilities, education, volunteering, paid supported employment and social enterprise activity.

The Council wishes to establish a Framework Agreement to secure a range of Day Opportunities Services. Contractors commissioned to deliver against this service specification are appointed to a Framework Agreement with the Council. We expect each Contractor appointed to the Framework to demonstrate in detail how they can deliver a quality Day Opportunities Service.

The Council does not guarantee the volume or right to any business or referrals under this Framework Agreement.

The Council will ‘call off' from the Framework Agreement with defined volumes of service and according to the individual Service User requirements defined in a Support Plan.

Duration of the Framework Agreement will be from 1.4.2017 for a period of 3 years until the 31.3.2020.

The opportunity to become an approved provider under this framework agreement is open to a range of providers capable of delivering skilled support which may include personal care for adults who are aged 18 and over.

This tender is separated into 2 lots:

Lot 1 — Building based services

Lot 2 — Community based — outreach services

Tenderers are not restricted to applying for 1 Lot.

Incumbent Contractors who are successful at the point of tender award will retain their existing Service Users.

Estimated value £950,000 per annum. However this does not carry any guarantee of turnover and any estimated volumes of business are indicative and may vary upwards or downwards depending on actual future needs.

The current providers of this service consider that the European Community Acquired Rights Directive (77/187/EEC, as amended by Directive 98/50EC and consolidated in Directive 2001/23/EC) and the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006’ as amended by the ‘Collective Redundancies and Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) (Amendment) Regulations 2014 apply to the contract.

Tenderers are therefore advised to seek independent professional advice on the implications of the Directive and the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) (Amendment) Regulations 2014 for their company should they be awarded the contract.

Details of the staff entitled to transfer are included within the tender documentation.

In letting this contract and in accordance with the Code of Practice on Workforce Matters contained in ODPM Circular 03/2003, the current provider and the Council will apply the principles set out in the Cabinet Office Statement of Practice on Staff Transfers in the Public Sector, including the annex to it, 'A Fair Deal for Staff Pensions’.

Tenderers should be aware that although the contracting authority for the purposes of this procurement is Rotherham Borough Council, one or more of the other Local Authorities within the Yorkshire and Humber Region may choose to access the concluded contract subject to the capacity of the tenderer, without creating any obligation on behalf of any of them to do so. Where any of the Local Authorities within the Yorkshire and Humber Region elects to do so a legally binding contract shall be created between the Contractor and that Local Authority on the terms and conditions contained herein. Details of the Local Authorities can be found at http://local.direct.gov.uk/LDGRedirect/MapLocationSearch.do?mode=1.1&map=4

Other local authorities in the United Kingdom who will be entitled to call-off orders under the agreement can be found at http://localweblist.net