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Sefton Housing Development Company Technical Advisory Services. The appointment of a Multi-Disciplinary Design Team.

Sefton Council | Published October 13, 2016  -  Deadline October 31, 2016
Winner
Ridge and Partners LLP
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71000000

Sefton Council is seeking to appoint a suitably qualified multi-disciplinary integrated technical consultancy team (MDT) to assist in the preparation of feasibility and viability of establishing a Housing Development Company (DevCo) and subject to this test proving positive, to work on behalf of the wholly owned DevCo to support its proposals to develop new residential schemes within the Borough. The services required are all at a business planning stage and viability testing. Therefore all studies will be produced at a RIBA Plan of Work Stage 1 and 2 and be taken forward into the outline business plan and business case and the final business plan and business case.

Tender for the M58 Junction 1 New Slip Roads Scheme

Sefton Council | Published May 11, 2016  -  Deadline June 10, 2016
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45000000, 45233100, 45233130, 71322500

Sefton Council is the governing body for the Metropolitan Borough of Sefton, 1 of the 5 Metropolitan Boroughs of Merseyside.

The borough consists of a coastal strip of land on the Irish Sea, and extends from Bootle in the south, to Southport in the north and in the south-east, extending inland to Maghull. The district is bounded by Liverpool to the south, Knowsley to the south-east and West Lancashire to the east.

Sefton Council is seeking to appoint a contractor who will develop the design and undertake the construction of a scheme to introduced 2 new slip roads at junction 1 of the M58. It is proposed that the works will be procured on a Design and Build basis using the NEC3 Engineering and Construction Form of Contract with Early Contractor Involvement Clauses.

The existing grade separated junction enables movements onto the M58 northbound carriageway and movements off the M58 southbound carriageway. The proposed scheme will improve the junction by providing additional slip lane facilities to accommodate all possible traffic movements. It will support commercial and residential development in Maghull, increasing employment and facilitating new, more accessible development.

The project is funded from the Transport Plan for Growth allocation to the Liverpool City Region.

A preferred option has been agreed for the scheme and a Major Business Case has been submitted and appraised. Formal approval for the funding is anticipated in June or July 2016.

The Council will enter into a formal agreement with Highways England to permit the works to be undertaken. The scheme is also subject to a Planning Application and land is required to facilitate the permanent and associated temporary works along with any site access requirements.

Education and training services

Sefton Council | Published February 9, 2017  -  Deadline March 10, 2017
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80000000, 80530000

Sefton Council is looking for Lead Training Providers to work in close collaboration with the apprenticeship team to ensure a continued and sustained positive customer experience. Lead Training Providers will be responsible for delivering the following provision:

— To provide the delivery of apprenticeship training and on-programme assessments (for both frameworks and standards).

— For apprenticeship standards this also includes end-point assessments. This is to ensure the required skills, knowledge and behaviours have been learnt throughout an apprenticeship standard.

The Council intends to seek a Lead Training Provider and a Reserve Provider.

Within this Lot the subject areas covered include Accounting and Finance.

Within this Lot the subject areas covered include Business and Administration, Contact Centre Operations, Customer Care, and Business and Professional Administration.

Within this Lot the subject areas covered include Electrotechnical, Heating and Ventilating, Building Services Engineering Technology and Project Management and Installation Electrician/Maintenance Electrician.

Within this Lot the subject areas covered include Facilities Management, Cleaning and Environmental Support Services and Sustainable Resource Management.

Within this Lot the subject areas covered include Horticulture and Forestry.

Within this Lot the subject areas covered include IT, Software, Web and Telecoms Professionals, IT Application Specialist, Network Engineer, Software Developer, Data Analyst and Software Tester.

Within this Lot the subject areas covered include Photo Imaging, Creative and Digital Media and Interactive Design and Development.

Within this Lot the subject areas covered include Marketing, Social Media and Digital Marketing.

Within this Lot the subject areas covered include Activity Leadership, Exercise and Fitness, Leisure Management, Outdoor Programmes, Sporting Excellence, Leisure Operations and Leisure Management, Sports Development, Coaching, Supporting Teaching and Learning in Physical Education and School Sport and Playwork.

Within this Lot the subject areas covered include Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools and Digital Learning Design.

Within this Lot the subject areas covered include Children and Young People's Workforce, Early Years Educator, Children and Young People's Social Care and Residential Childcare.

Within this Lot the subject areas covered include Health and Social Care, Youth Work and Care Leadership and Management.

Within this Lot the subject areas covered include Learning and Development Teaching and Lecturing.

Within this Lot the subject areas covered include Team Leading, Management, Leadership and Management, Project Management, Human Resource Management.

Within this Lot the subject areas covered include Large Goods Vehicle (LGV) Driver, Bus and Coach Engineering Technician, Heavy Vehicle Service and Maintenance Technician, Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Vehicle Fitting, Vehicle Parts, Vehicle Body and Paint.

Within this Lot the subject areas covered include Catering and Professional Chefs, Hospitality Management and Hospitality.

Within this Lot the subject areas covered include Funeral Operations and Services.

Within this Lot the subject areas covered include Legal Services, Conveyancing Technician, Licensed Conveyancer, Chartered Legal Executive, Paralegal and Solicitors.

Within this Lot the subject areas covered include Housing Security Systems, Providing Security Services, Housing/Property Management Assistant, Housing/Property Management, Senior Housing/Property Management, Public Sector Commercial Professional and Public Service Operational Delivery Officer.

Within this Lot the subject areas covered include, Construction Civil Engineering, Construction Technical and Professional, Chartered Surveyor, Surveying Technician, Highway Electrician / Service Operative, Highway Electrical Maintenance and Installation Operative, Maintenance and Operations Engineering Technician.

Within this Lot the subject areas covered include Warehousing and Storage, Driving Goods Vehicles and Logistics Operations.

Within this Lot the subject areas covered include Technical Theatre, Lighting, Sound and Stage.

Within this Lot the subject areas covered include Laboratory and Science Technicians.

Within this Lot the subject areas covered include Environmental Conservation.

Within this Lot the subject areas covered include Land-based Engineering and Agriculture.

The North West Legal Consortium Invitation to Tender (ITT) For the Provision of Legal Services by Solicitors.

Sefton Metropolitan Borough Council on behalf of the NW Legal Consortium | Published November 14, 2015  -  Deadline December 14, 2015
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79100000

Sefton Metropolitan Borough Council (Sefton) as lead contracting authority for the North West Legal Consortium (NWLC) wishes to procure a framework contract to provide external legal services from firms of solicitors to support the in-house provision of its member organisations. References in the tender documents to the Consortium mean, where the context so requires, Sefton as lead authority for the Consortium, and/or the Consortium acting through Sefton and/or each and every member of the Consortium. The Consortium currently has 43 members drawn from the public sector in the North West of England as listed on the Consortium website. There is the possibility of membership extending during the course of the framework to other organisations including local authorities, police and fire authorities, central and local government arm's length bodies, agencies and controlled companies, non-departmental bodies, education providers and NHS bodies, primarily but not exclusively from across the North West of England and North Wales. The contract is expected to be worth up to 10 000 000 GBP over the duration of the 4 year framework. This figure is an estimate only and may be exceeded. However, no guarantee is given as to any level of business to be awarded through the framework. The work will be offered across five lots as follows: Lot 1 — Civil Litigation, Prosecutions and Regulatory. To include construction litigation, negligence proceedings, possession proceedings Licensing appeals and Employment advice and litigation. Lot 2- Property, Planning and Environment To include all conveyancing, regeneration and highways advice. Lot 3 — Corporate Governance, Ethical Standards and Information Law. To include organisational governance issues data protection advice including advice on use of social media by Council/ councillors or third parties involving the Council/ council officers. Lot 4 — Projects, Procurement and Commercial. To include all commercial contracts and company law. Lot 5 — Adult Social Care and Education. Bidders may bid for all or any of these lots. There is an additional potential award of partner status to eligible bidders explained later in the ITT document. This procurement is being undertaken in accordance with Section 7 of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015, also know as the ‘Light Touch’ regime under the EU Procurement Directives.

The North West Legal Consortium Invitation to Tender (ITT) For the Provision of Legal Services by So

Sefton Council | Published November 14, 2015  -  Deadline December 14, 2015
cpvs
79100000

Sefton Metropolitan Borough Council (Sefton) as lead contracting authority for the North West Legal Consortium (NWLC) wishes to procure a framework contract to provide external legal services from firms of solicitors to support the in-house provision of its member organisations. References in the tender documents to the Consortium mean, where the context so requires, Sefton as lead authority for the Consortium, and/or the Consortium acting through Sefton and/or each and every member of the Consortium. The Consortium currently has 43 members drawn from the public sector in the North West of England as listed on the Consortium website. There is the possibility of membership extending during the course of the framework to other organisations including local authorities, police and fire authorities, central and local government arm's length bodies, agencies and controlled companies, non-departmental bodies, education providers and NHS bodies, primarily but not exclusively from across the North West of England and North Wales. The contract is expected to be worth up to 10 000 000 GBP over the duration of the 4 year framework. This figure is an estimate only and may be exceeded. However, no guarantee is given as to any level of business to be awarded through the framework. The work will be offered across five lots as follows: Lot 1 — Civil Litigation, Prosecutions and Regulatory. To include construction litigation, negligence proceedings, possession proceedings Licensing appeals and Employment advice and litigation. Lot 2- Property, Planning and Environment To include all conveyancing, regeneration and highways advice. Lot 3 — Corporate Governance, Ethical Standards and Information Law. To include organisational governance issues data protection advice including advice on use of social media by Council/ councillors or third parties involving the Council/ council officers. Lot 4 — Projects, Procurement and Commercial. To include all commercial contracts and company law. Lot 5 — Adult Social Care and Education. Bidders may bid for all or any of these lots. There is an additional potential award of partner status to eligible bidders explained later in the ITT document. This procurement is being undertaken in accordance with Section 7 of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015, also know as the ‘Light Touch’ regime under the EU Procurement Directives.

The North West Legal Consortium Invitation to Tender (ITT) For the Provision of Legal Services by Solicitors

Sefton Council | Published November 11, 2015  -  Deadline December 14, 2015
cpvs
28000000

Sefton Metropolitan Borough Council (Sefton) as lead contracting authority for the Consortium wishes to procure a framework contract to provide external legal services from firms of solicitors to support the in-house provision of its member organisations. References in the tender documents to the Consortium mean, where the context so requires, Sefton as lead authority for the Consortium, and/or the Consortium acting through Sefton and/or each and every member of the Consortium. The Consortium currently has 43 members drawn from the public sector in the North West of England as listed on the Consortium website. There is the possibility of membership extending during the course of the framework to other organisations including local authorities, police and fire authorities, central and local government arm’s length bodies, agencies and controlled companies, non-departmental bodies, education providers and NHS bodies, primarily but not exclusively from across the North West of England and North Wales. The contract is expected to be worth up to £10 million over the duration of the 4 year framework. This figure is an estimate only and may be exceeded. However, no guarantee is given as to any level of business to be awarded through the framework. The work will be offered across five lots as follows: Lot 1 - Civil Litigation, Prosecutions and Regulatory To include construction litigation, negligence proceedings, possession proceedings, licensing appeals and employment advice and litigation Lot 2- Property, Planning and Environment To include all conveyancing, regeneration and highways advice Lot 3 - Corporate Governance, Ethical Standards and Information Law To include organisational governance issues, data protection advice including advice on use of social media by Council councillors or third parties involving the Council/council officers Lot 4 - Projects, Procurement and Commercial To include all commercial contracts and company law Lot 5 - Adult Social Care and Education Bidders may bid for all or any of these lots. There is an additional potential award of partner status to eligible bidders explained later in this document. Information about the Consortium can be found on its website www.nwlegalconsortium.com The website acts as the principal hub for all the Consortium’s activities

Additional Resource required to Organisational and Leadership Development

Sefton Council | Published October 5, 2016  -  Deadline October 19, 2016
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72221000

The core task for the Project Management Office (PMO) and change teams will be to engage the wider Sefton Council workforce in the development of the eight projects. By doing this, our intention is to develop our overall Pubic Sector Reform change plan and change priorities. By January 2017 we want to be in a position where we can propose options for change. We are looking for some key skills and additional capacity, specifically in relation to organisational and leadership development to work as part of the PMO to help develop the next phases of our business cases and to help develop our organisational development strategy and plan to sit aside the change programme. We are also looking for specific support to help develop our senior leaders and help equip them with the skills to lead reform and change of this scale. We anticipate the strategic partner to be involved with us over the duration of a year’s period. There are 17 people in the relatively new senior team – 13 heads of service and 4 executives.

Catering Concessions for Outdoor Cinema Performances

Sefton Council | Published October 23, 2015  -  Deadline November 16, 2015
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11140000

Sefton Council’s Parks and Green Spaces is responsible for arranging events across the borough which includes Outdoor Cinemas on King’s Gardens. King’s Gardens is a 17 acre garden located in the center of Southport Town Centre, on the Promenade. The gardens are a hype of activity all year round and are a busy tourist attraction on the Southport seafront. In 2012, the gardens were awarded £5.5million from the Heritage Lottery Fund and Sefton Council as Park of the 'Parks for People Programme.' Over the past 5 years Sefton Council has been working closely with the community and visitors to develop this predominantly community led scheme. More information, including an overhead plan of the gardens can be found here : http://kingsgardens.sefton.gov.uk/ Within the Gardens one of the sunken gardens has been named the ‘Community Garden’ and this is where all community events and activities take place. The outdoor cinemas have been screened in the ‘Community Garden’ since 2014 and have grown in popularity. Attendance at these events is between 1000 and 5000 people. It is Seftons aim to show films to bring about large family audiences and as such catering should be family friendly. For 2016 the proposed dates for screenings are 7th May, 10th August, 24th August and 2nd September. These maybe subject to change. Sefton Council is looking for units that are quirky and fit the heritage/vintage feel of the gardens. For example units that are in converted vehicles such as cars, vans, buses, horse boxes, old fashioned bike etc. Sefton Council is looking for a suitable Catering Contractor/s who can provide 3-4 catering units at the Outdoor Cinema Events. These units should cater for the following: LOT 1 - Coffee/Tea and other hot beverages LOT 2 - Cold Beverages (non-alcoholic) LOT 3 - Candy Floss, Popcorn , Sweets and Cake or similar LOT 4 - Hot Food - Hot Dogs, Burgers, Pizza or similar In terms of the maximum size of proposed catering units, this is restricted to 7m x 3m for each of the 4 units across the four Lots. The Council will consider the award of the four individual Lots of Business available to a maximum of four providers; however the Council will also consider the award of all Lots to a single provider dependent upon the evaluation scoring achieved across all offers received. Sales at each location are to be conducted from a mobile vehicle, the design and type of which must meet with the Council’s approval. All units are to be registered with their home authority and must have a food hygiene rating of 4 or 5, please provide evidence of this. Food hygiene rating is to be clearly shown by a sticker in the unit at events. Bidders must have the finance available and be in a position to take up the Concession Agreement if such is offered by the Council. Any bidder not complying with this requirement may prejudice his right to be considered for a concession in future years. The Council shall only consider the highest overall scoring bid offered from a bidder at his known address to prevent the submission of multiple bids. Sub-letting is not allowed. The Council will take action against the bidder for any breaches of covenant. Upon the submission of a quotation, the bidder will be deemed to have full knowledge of all the facts relating to the concession.
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