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The Provision Of Consultancy Services To Build An Economic Business Case for the 21st Century Conference Centre and Hotel Scheme

 | Published July 21, 2016  -  Deadline August 8, 2016
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73220000

This brief defines the support role for a consultant in building an Economic Case, to Green Book standard, for a Conference Centre and Hotel development scheme in Blackpool. The conference centre will be based within the Winter Gardens with the private sector hotel adjacent. The activity will directly support a submission into the Lancashire Enterprise Partnership (LEP), to seek Growth Deal 3 grant approval. Information provided, will also support a separate Stage 2 submission into the Coastal Communities Fund (CCF), although the Growth Deal Business Case is the focus for support.

Provision of Leisure Services Marketing & Business Development

Blackpool Council | Published July 27, 2017  -  Deadline July 14, 2017
Winner
Big Wave Media Limited
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79000000

Blackpool Council, Leisure Services are seeking a partnership with an external branding, marketing and business support company. The successful company will be required to; • Deliver on-going marketing campaigns; • Provide on-going marketing support for Blackpool Council's three leisure facilities and the outdoor activities service; • Work with the leisure team to up-skill officers in the successful marketing of their services; • Provide business development support focused on growing the 'Learn to Swim' scheme and the health and fitness offer across the service to realise significant income growth in both areas.

Provision of Marketing Support Services for Business Support Team, Economic Development Department

Blackpool Council | Published August 14, 2017  -  Deadline September 8, 2017
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79342000

Blackpool Council's Economic Development Department's Business Support Team (BST) is developing and implementing marketing plans to support the achievement of business objectives through the successful delivery of its services.

The Provision Of Consultancy Services To Build An Economic Business Case for the 21st Century Conference Centre and Hotel Scheme

Blackpool Council | Published August 25, 2016
Winner
Genecon
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73000000

The Provision of Consultancy Services to Build an Economic Case for the 21st Century Conference Centre and Hotel Scheme.

The Provision of Enforcement Agent and Property Inspection Services.

Blackpool Council | Published November 20, 2015  -  Deadline December 14, 2015
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75242110

Blackpool Council and Fylde Council operate a shared Revenues and Benefits service. Blackpool Council as lead partner is looking to enter into a 2+1+1 contract with a single Enforcement Agent company to provide Council Tax, Business Rates and Business Improvement District Levies collection and Inspection Services.

The Provision of Enforcement Agent and Property Inspection Services.

Blackpool Council | Published March 2, 2016
Winner
Phoenix Commercial Collections Ltd
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75242110

The Provision of Enforcement Agent Services and Property Inspections for Council Tax and National Non-Domestic Rate (NNDR) and Business Improvement District Levies to Blackpool Borough Council.

Blackpool and The Fylde College -Waste Collection, Disposal and Recycling November 2015 to October 2018.

Blackpool and The Fylde College | Published October 31, 2015
Winner
SITA UK Ltd, Refood UK Ltd, Personal Hygiene Services Limited
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90500000, 90514000, 90513000, 90510000, 90511000

Blackpool and The Fylde College's current contract for the provision of waste collection, disposal and recycling expires on 31.10.2015. Proposals for the new contract for the collection of all College waste from multiple sites are now being sought. This includes separate lots as follows: Lot 1: General waste; Lot 2: Food waste; Lot 3: Confidential waste. To avoid ambiguity, any Lot can be awarded independently of all other Lots. All Lots can be awarded to one sole Contractor should that business model offer overall best value to the College.

Blackpool and The Fylde College — Waste Collection, Disposal and Recycling, November 2015-October 2018.

Blackpool and The Fylde College | Published September 8, 2015  -  Deadline October 3, 2015
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90500000, 90510000, 90513000, 90514000, 90511000, 90510000, 90514000, 90511000, 90511000, 90513000

Blackpool and The Fylde College's current contract for the provision of waste collection, disposal and recycling expires on 31.10.2015. Proposals for the new contract for the collection of all college waste from multiple sites are now being sought. This includes separate lots as follows: 1. Lot 1: General waste, 2. Lot 2: Food waste, 3. Lot 3: Confidential waste. To avoid ambiguity, any Lot can be awarded independently of all other Lots. All Lots can be awarded to 1 sole Contractor should that business model offer overall best value to the College.

Provision of Day Care for Adults at Highfield Day Care Centre.

Blackpool Council | Published September 29, 2015
Winner
Independent Living (North West) Ltd
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85300000

We are looking to appoint 1 provider of day care services to take over this provision. The contract will be spot contract with no guarantee of business. Council commissioned services are purchased for individuals by social workers following a social care assessment and as part of individuals' care plans to meet assessed eligible needs. The contract will run for 2 years with the option to extend for a further 2 years on a 1 year + 1 year basis. A single unit price (per person, per day) of 30,75 GBP will be paid. This reflects the expectation that some service users may have high dependency needs and some may need more care, attention and supervision at times. It is a condition of this agreement that the service will delivered at Highfield Day Care Centre, which is owned by the Council and the successful bidder will be required to sign a Lease Agreement relating to the building which will run alongside the Service Contract. A Draft Lease in included in the tender documents. This may be subject to minor amendments. The building is located on Highfield Road in the South of Blackpool and is shared by 2 other users: Beaumont College and Blackpool Council Catering Services. The day care service is delivered in a discreet area of the building specifically designed for day care.

Provision of Day Care for Adults at Highfield Day Care Centre.

Blackpool Council | Published August 4, 2015  -  Deadline August 29, 2015
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85300000

We are looking to appoint one provider of day care services to take over this provision. The contract will be spot contract with no guarantee of business. Council commissioned services are purchased for individuals by social workers following a social care assessment and as part of individuals' care plans to meet assessed eligible needs. The contract will run for 2 years with the option to extend for a further 2 years on a 1 year + 1 year basis. A single unit price (per person, per day) of 30,75 GBP will be paid. This reflects the expectation that some service users may have high dependency needs and some may need more care, attention and supervision at times. It is a condition of this agreement that the service will delivered at Highfield Day Care Centre, which is owned by the Council and the successful bidder will be required to sign a Lease Agreement relating to the building which will run alongside the Service Contract. A Draft Lease in included in the tender documents. This may be subject to minor amendments. The building is located on Highfield Road in the South of Blackpool and is shared by two other users; Beaumont College and Blackpool Council Catering Services. The day care service is delivered in a discreet area of the building specifically designed for day care.

Early Market Engagement: The Pensions Ombudsman Supplier Event - IT Managed Service

Department for Work and Pensions | Published June 9, 2017
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72000000

The Pensions Ombudsman Supplier Event: Thursday 22 June 2017 (10:45am- 3pm), 11Belgrave Road, London, SW1V 1RB. The Pensions Ombudsman (TPO) would like to ascertain market interest for its potential requirements for an IT Managed Service and is keen to engage suppliers at an early stage and obtain expressions of interest from suppliers who wish to participate in a future procurement. TPO is holding a Supplier Event in London on 22 June 2017, where more strategic context will be shared with interested suppliers, to better illustrate TPO's requirements as part of market engagement as well as provide an overview of the procurement process. TPO is considering advertising an exciting opportunity to appoint a single supplier to provide an IT Managed Service for TPO that fits with its Digitalisation Strategy, vision and future business state. TPO plans to advertise an official Contract Notice in the Official Journal of the European Union for the opportunity in July 2017. TPO is an independent organisation set up by law to investigate complaints about pension administration. TPO is a Non Departmental Public Body, sponsored by the Department for Work and Pensions. TPO has a team of around sixty people who deal with enquiries, investigate complaints and administer the business. TPO has organised its proposed service requirements into 10 high level service headings: Platform; IDaam; Desktop; Hardware and Software;Telephony; Supporting and Reporting; Migration; Integration; Governance and Innovation, which are intended to allow for a natural grouping of business needs to ensure that the future service encompasses the full scope. TPO will relocate to a new Government Hub, E14, in April 2018. This means that the new service provider will be required to deliver services in the existing dedicated office (SW1V 1RB) and at the appropriate point switch these services over to the new site (E14). It is currently proposed that the core contract length will be 2 years with an option to extend by a further 2 years in yearly intervals at the discretion of TPO. Current estimate is that the service will be required up to a gross value of £1.44m in total (i.e. £360,000 per annum x 4 years). TPO may alert certain suppliers of which it is aware about the Supplier Event on 22 June 2017. This is one of a number of ways in which TPO is seeking to raise awareness of the event and the contract opportunity. Any supplier that might be contacted directly does not have a privileged position in relation to the contract opportunity, as any contract award will be based on the objective outcome of a procurement process. Should you be interested in attending the Supplier Event (maximum of 2 people from each organisation), please contact Julie.schofield@dwp.gsi.gov.uk by Friday 16 June 2017, providing the names of each person attending. Please note, this Early Engagement Notice is not a call for competition and does not act as formal notification of an upcoming opportunity.

Building Based Day Care Service for Older Adults

Blackpool Council | Published September 7, 2017  -  Deadline October 23, 2017
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85320000

To provide a building based day care service to support older adults (Over 65) including some people with mild to moderate dementia, although day care provision is not limited to any specific client group. The purpose of the day care service is to: • Provide Service Users with a programme of activities and experiences during the day designed to help retain and improve daily living skills and to maintain the skills necessary for social engagement as specified in each individual's care plan. • To provide a respite service for Carers, by offering the same level of purposeful activity and skills maintenance to the Service Users as specified in his or her individual care plan. Blackpool Council is seeking to appoint a single supplier to deliver building based day care to Older Adults. The contract will be a spot contract with no guarantee of business. Council commissioned services are purchased for individuals by Social Workers following a social care assessment and as part of individuals' care plans to meet assessed eligible needs. The contract will run for 3 years with the option to extend for a further 2 years. A single unit price (per person, per day session) of £31.24 will be paid. This reflects the expectation that some service users may have high dependency needs and some may need more care, attention and supervision at times.

Disaster Payment Contingency Market Engagment Event.

Department for Work and Pensions | Published February 17, 2016
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66100000

The purpose of this PIN is to inform the market operators of a Supplier Day which the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) is hosting on 24.2.2016

The Supplier Day is part of the DWP's preliminary market consultation phase and we are looking for market operators to engage with us on the day and to subsequently provide us with responses to a Request for Information on their products and services.

In the near future DWP proposes to commission the capability and capacity to facilitate continuation of payment to UK customers and employees during a business continuity situation which prevents payment via the Department's own payment systems.

The solution must be able to;

— Determine the amount to be paid based on the customer's prior payment history

— Where DWP are able to calculate entitlement for new customers, the solution must enable new customer entitlement data without a payment history to be added for inclusion within contingency payments.

— Allow the calculated payment amount for an individual customer to be amended when authorised by DWP.

— Inhibit payments to individual customers when authorised by DWP.

— Provide data on payments made to enable DWP to reconcile and account for payments made.

It must be possible to invoke the payment contingency for the whole set of DWP Benefit and Pension customers in the event of total loss of DWP IT. It must also be possible to invoke against an individual or multiple benefit lines. Benefit lines can be identified by the BACS User ID, see embedded volumetric table. The contingency should apply against a list of BACS User IDs which will be defined by the DWP. The table lists the current user IDs. As instructed by DWP the list must be amended to delete old, or add new IDs.

In addition, the solution must be expandable to incorporate additional BACS users to provide contingency for further benefit lines and or payroll.

The solution must be able to calculate and make payment to DWP customers according to the periodicity calculated from the customer's payment history which could be one of the following;

— Every Week (on the same working day of the week);

— Every 2 Weeks;

— Every 4 Weeks;

— Every 13 Weeks;

— Every Month (on the same date in the month).

Volumes/Values example (note payment values/volumes vary on a daily basis across all benefits).

Income Support

Monday

Avg vol 598859.18

Avg value 140 894 159.03 GBP

Retirement Pensions

Friday

Avg vol 1829951.27

Avg val 825 283 985.10 GBP

Once invoked, the supplier must continue to make contingency payments according to the periodicity (as calculated by the payment history of each DWP customer, until the invocation is lifted.

The DWP will require the supplier to perform periodic testing of the solution to demonstrate its continued operability.

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