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Invitation for Consultancy - Production of Business Travel Plans

North East Lincolnshire Council | Published July 11, 2016  -  Deadline July 22, 2016
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73000000, 73200000, 73210000, 73220000

North East Lincolnshire Council has been awarded £441,000 (Business Travel Plans is one element of the £441,000) from the Governments Sustainable Travel Transition Year Revenue Competition (2016 to 2017) for its “Delivering Growth Through Sustainable” project.  This opportunity will help to deliver the project aims of supporting economic growth and reducing the barriers to employment

North East Lincolnshire Council, in Partnership with Engie is seeking a suitably qualified provider to produce Business Travel Plans.  The provider will deliver all necessary professional services for this project and shall be responsible for all elements associated with the successful delivery of Business Travel Plans. 

 

Energy-efficiency consultancy services

North East Lincolnshire Borough Council | Published October 8, 2016
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71314300, 71314000, 66122000, 65400000, 71314200, 66140000, 66120000

The draft objectives for the ESCo are to: translate the council's energy vision and aims into reality, facilitate and deliver projects with community interest, promote a low carbon economy, achieve CO2 emission targets, contribute to achieving the council's priorities, achieve cashable savings, exploit energy technologies and developments, meet our sustainability and environmental criteria, enable energy cost reduction and increase business competitiveness, reduce the number of people in and vulnerable to fuel poverty, support local employment and increase levels of business investment and sustainability, respond to change and take early advantage of commercial opportunities, maximise opportunities for future partnerships, including Greater Lincolnshire and provide the right level of skills, expertise and resources

Financial transaction processing and clearing-house services

North East Lincolnshire Borough Council | Published March 22, 2017
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66172000, 48440000

The council is looking to the market for innovation, experience and ideas for a new integrated financial management system which can deliver a more business-like approach, meet the increasing expectations of users and embrace the latest technological advancements.

Provision of pre-school day care service

North East Lincolnshire Council | Published September 1, 2014  -  Deadline September 22, 2014
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80000000, 85000000

Enfield Primary School (the school) wishes to appoint a supplier to develop and operate pre-school day care provision on the school site.  This will be a business opportunity for the successful organisation, offering a lease of six years duration on the building and provision.

 

Yarborough Day Care Provision

North East Lincolnshire Council | Published June 19, 2015  -  Deadline July 21, 2015
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85000000, 85312100, 85312110

North East Lincolnshire Council (the council) wishes to appoint a service provider to develop and operate a pre-school day care provision on the Yarborough Community Centre site in that it will function in partnership with  West Marsh Children’s Centre (Children’s Centre).  This will be a business opportunity for the successful organisation, offering a 4 year concession contract for the service provision (with the opportunity to extend for 2 x 12 month periods) and a 6 year lease of the building.

 

Provision of pre-school day care service

North East Lincolnshire Council | Published November 14, 2014  -  Deadline December 4, 2014
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80000000, 80110000, 85000000

Scartho Nursery School (the school) wishes to appoint a service provider to develop and operate a pre-school day care provision on the school site.  This will be a business opportunity for the successful organisation that offers a 3 year contract for the service provision (with the opportunity to extend for 3 x 12 month periods) and a 6 year lease on the building.

 

Architectural, construction, engineering and inspection services

North East Lincolnshire Borough Council | Published April 15, 2017  -  Deadline May 23, 2017
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71000000, 71311200, 71311210, 71311300

In 2014, North East Lincolnshire Council procured a study into the provision of a series of strategic highway links on the western outer periphery of Grimsby, North East Lincolnshire, in anticipation of a high-growth Local Plan. The study showed that a number of potential link roads may provide good value for money, while assisting in the accommodation of traffic growth due to increases in housing and industry.

The Council is now seeking a suitably qualified Consultant to produce an Outline Business Case for 2 of the strategic links as per the above study. This will consist of a link between the A1136 — A46, and subsequently from the A46 to the A16.

In 2014, North East Lincolnshire Council procured a study into the provision of a series of strategic highway links on the western outer periphery of Grimsby, North East Lincolnshire, in anticipation of a high-growth Local Plan. The study showed that a number of potential link roads may provide good value for money, while assisting in the accommodation of traffic growth due to increases in housing and industry.

The Council is now seeking a suitably qualified Consultant to produce an Outline Business Case for 2 of the strategic links as per the above study. This will consist of a link between the A1136 — A46, and subsequently from the A46 to the A16.

The overall aim of the exercise is to explore the value of construction of a series of proposed strategic link roads. The target is to deliver a Green Book and WebTAG compliant ‘Outline Business Case (OBC)’ for 2 strategic link roads. The A1136 — A46 Link Road OBC should be aligned to funding for major schemes via Local Enterprise Partnerships, while the A46 — A16 Link Road should be consistent with DfT ‘Large Local Major Schemes’ funding process.

Wholesale provision of swim related retail items

North East Lincolnshire Council | Published August 5, 2015  -  Deadline September 2, 2015
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37412300, 37412340

In order to enhance the enjoyment of swimming pool activities LIL desires to offer  a full range of swimming items that customers can purchase at the time of the visit. This is not only to improve customer opportunity to take part in the activities and encourage them to make a return visit but also to develop the secondary spend income in support of improved business sustainability.

 

LIL want to be in a position to offer swim wear and swim accessories for both male and female customer of all ages.

 

 

Provision of Daycare at Nunsthorpe and Bradley Park Outreach Centre

North East Lincolnshire Council | Published June 19, 2015  -  Deadline July 21, 2015
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85000000, 85312110

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North East Lincolnshire Council (the Council) wishes to appoint a service provider to develop and operate a pre-school day care provision at Nunsthorpe and Bradley Park Outreach Centre, which is on the site of Woodlands Primary School (school). It will function in partnership with Nunsthorpe and Bradley Park Children’s Centre (children’s centre).  This will be a business opportunity for the successful organisation that offers a 4 year concession contract for the service provision (with the opportunity to extend for 2 x 12 month periods) and a 6 year lease on the building.

 

Consultancy Services - Europarc Connection

North East Lincolnshire Council | Published April 4, 2016  -  Deadline April 21, 2016
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71311000, 71311200, 71311210

Engie on behalf of North East Lincolnshire Council are seeking a suitably qualified consultant to produce a report outlining the feasibility of a potential options to connect Europarc Business Park with Laforey Road.  The connection of Laforey Road and Europarc aims to reduce  ‘dead mileage’ between Pyewipe Roundabout and Europarc and to re-route the service through economically active areas. The aim is to increase passengers numbers on the 1, 2 & 20 bus service which is subsidised by the Council. The intention of this action is to make the bus service financially sustainable and continue to provide sustainable access to key employment areas

 

Asset Disposal

North East Lincolnshire Council | Published May 15, 2013  -  Deadline May 29, 2013
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79340000, 79342400, 79342410

North and North East Lincolnshire Councils would like to invite you to provide a quotation in order to be included on a Framework Agreement for Disposal of Assets (vehicles, furniture, IT equipment, service specific light/heavy equipment).  The Framework is not a guarantee of business, but would allow you to be called upon to quote should the need arise. 

 

The length of the agreement would be two years with the potential of two further twelve month extensions and we are looking for a provider in each Borough or a provider who could cover both North and North East Lincolnshire Boroughs.

 

Provision of a Local Bus Service - Europarc 1, 2 & 20

North East Lincolnshire Council | Published July 23, 2013  -  Deadline September 2, 2013
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60170000, 60172000

North East Lincolnshire Council is seeking tenders from suitably qualified operators of public bus services for the provision of a public bus service, (Europarc 1, 2 and 20) which is between Grimsby and Europarc Business Park on the western edge of Grimsby.

Tenderers are requested to submit bids for 28 lots (options).

The Council will only award one or a combination of lots which best meets the requirements of the service and offers value for money. The council will only award a combination of lots to a single operator in accordance with the award criteria.

The contract is anticipated to run from October 2013 to September 2015. Interested parties must register an interest and download tender documentation from http://www.yortender.co.uk Tender submissions must be uploaded via YORtender no later than 12noon 2 September 2013.

 

The Grimsby Institute - Purchase & Installation of CRM System

Grimsby Institute Of Further & Higher Education | Published April 10, 2017  -  Deadline May 8, 2017
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48810000

The Grimsby Institute Group is a leading provider of education and training to the 16-18 years, 19+ adult, higher education and business to business markets. Based in North East Lincolnshire, the Group also has brands and campuses in Scarborough, North Yorkshire and Skegness in Lincolnshire. The Group is a diverse organisation with a reach that extends beyond its key markets of Northern Lincolnshire, East Lindsey and Scarborough. The Group has a number of innovative partnerships with other educational organisations in international and domestic markets, the community and local industry. The Group have identified the need for a Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system for the following reasons: • To identify new business opportunities • To inform strategy and decision making • To establish a central store of information on customers who enquire and apply to the college. Although this will be largely individuals in the first instance, customers could also be businesses, funding bodies, other external agencies etc • To ensure relationship management with customers is coherent • To transform customer service • To maintain a competitive advantage • To assist with tactical marketing planning

Western Relief Road Detailed Assessment

North East Lincolnshire Council | Published April 18, 2017  -  Deadline May 30, 2017
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71000000

In 2014, North East Lincolnshire Council procured a study into the provision of a series of strategic highway links on the western outer periphery of Grimsby, North East Lincolnshire, in anticipation of a high-growth Local Plan. The study showed that a number of potential link roads may provide good value for money, while assisting in the accommodation of traffic growth due to increases in housing and industry. The Council is now seeking a suitably qualified Consultant to produce an Outline Business Case for two of the strategic links as per the above study. This will consist of a link between the A1136 - A46, and subsequently from the A46 to the A16. The overall aim of the exercise is to explore the value of construction of a series of proposed strategic link roads. The target is to deliver a Green Book & WebTAG compliant 'Outline Business Case (OBC)' for two strategic link roads.

Framework for the supply, installation, repairs, maintenance and servicing of disabled equipment.

North East Lincolnshire Borough Council | Published November 20, 2015  -  Deadline December 18, 2015
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44115600, 33196200, 50421000, 51120000, 51410000, 50000000, 44115600, 33196200, 51120000, 51410000, 44115600, 33196200, 50421000, 50000000

North East Lincolnshire Council is seeking to identify suitably qualified and experienced contractors for the supply, installation, repair, maintenance and servicing of disabled equipment (see Technical Specification), as part of its Disabled Facilities Grant Programme. This Invitation to Tender has been divided into lots. Tenderers can tender for 1 or both lots. LOT 1 Supply and installation of stairlifts, passenger lifts, vertical through floor lifts and fixed hoists. Tenderers will be ranked in accordance to the award criteria and the top seven scoring will be invited to join the framework. Future requirements under lot 1 will be called-off via mini competition. Mini competitions carried out under this lot will be awarded using the MEAT criteria — 100 % price where specification compliance for the particular domicile is evidenced. LOT 2 — Repairs, maintenance and servicing stairlifts, passenger lifts, vertical through floor lifts and fixed hoists. Tenderers will be ranked in accordance with the award criteria and the top four scoring will be invited to join the framework. The evaluation for entry onto the framework will determine which tenderer receives all/any opportunities to undertake repairs maintenance and servicing. Where the top ranking tenderer has insufficient capacity to meet demand, the second ranked tenderer will be approached to meet the requirement using the pricing they submitted to enter the framework. The tenderer ranked fourth will receive business where tenderers ranked 1,2, and 3 are above delivery capacity to meet demand in a timely manner. It is anticipated that the framework agreement will commence on 1.3.2016. The duration of the framework agreement will be 24 months from the date of commencement with an option to extend for a further 2 x 12 month periods. The framework is being established principally for the requirements of North East Lincolnshire Council and its subsidiary companies which includes, but is not limited to, Lincs Inspire Ltd. The framework may also be accessed by North Lincolnshire Council and can be accessed by them at any time during the framework period.

T159 Security Services.

Northern Lincolnshire and Goole Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust | Published January 8, 2016
Winner
ISS Mediclean Ltd T/A ISS Facility Services Healthcare
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35000000, 35120000, 35125300, 35100000, 35121000

Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust (NLAG) are running this procurement exercise on behalf of themselves and Doncaster and Bassetlaw Hospitals (DBH) NHS Foundation Trust. Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust was established as a combined hospital and community Trust on 1.4.2001 and achieved Foundation Status on 1.5.2007. NLAG works in partnership with the Hull York Medical School and Sheffield Medical School providing comprehensive undergraduate teaching for Year 3, 4 and 5 medical students. NLAG's core business can be defined as: — Delivering a full range of emergency secondary health care services, including intensive and high dependency care; — Maintaining a comprehensive range of planned services, in an environment of patient choice and contest ability; — Ensuring a full range of secondary care diagnostic services are available locally. Doncaster and Bassetlaw Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust provides a wide range of health services at hospital sites in Doncaster, Worksop and Mexborough. DBH's core vision, mission and values are: Vision: Our vision is to become recognised as the best healthcare provider in our class, consistently performing within the top 10 % nationally. Mission: We are here to safeguard the health and well being of the population and communities we serve, to add life to years and years to life. We aim to combine the very highest levels of knowledge and skill with the personal care and compassion that we would want for our friends and families at times of need — in short, We Care for You. Values: Values set out the expectations that drive our attitudes and behaviours. The values should resonate with all staff and be an enduring statement of ‘How we do things around here’. They have been developed through a wide-ranging staff consultation in 2011 with over 400 responses, indicating a clear centre of gravity. We want the values to be known by all and used as the standard of behaviour we will accept. We want to become a ‘Magnet’ organisation where staff who are like-minded will be attracted to and retained by the organisation; equally others will be progressively challenged. For this strategy, the values have been restated in a way that is easier to understand and remember.

T159 Security Services.

Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust | Published May 12, 2015  -  Deadline June 12, 2015
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35000000, 35120000, 35121000, 35100000, 35125300

Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust (NLAG) are running this procurement exercise on behalf of themselves and Doncaster and Bassetlaw Hospitals (DBH) NHS Foundation Trust. Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust was established as a combined hospital and community Trust on 1.4.2001 and achieved Foundation Status on 1.5.2007. NLAG works in partnership with the Hull York Medical School and Sheffield Medical School providing comprehensive undergraduate teaching for Year 3, 4 and 5 medical students. NLAG's core business can be defined as: — Delivering a full range of emergency secondary health care services, including intensive and high dependency care. — Maintaining a comprehensive range of planned services, in an environment of patient choice and contestability. — Ensuring a full range of secondary care diagnostic services are available locally. Doncaster and Bassetlaw Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust provides a wide range of health services at hospital sites in Doncaster, Worksop and Mexborough. DBH's core Vision, mission and values are: Vision Our vision is to become recognised as the best healthcare provider in our class, consistently performing within the top 10 % nationally. Mission We are here to safeguard the health and wellbeing of the population and communities we serve, to add life to years and years to life. We aim to combine the very highest levels of knowledge and skill with the personal care and compassion that we would want for our friends and families at times of need — in short, We Care for You. Values Values set out the expectations that drive our attitudes and behaviours. The values should resonate with all staff and be an enduring statement of ‘how we do things around here'. They have been developed through a wide-ranging staff consultation in 2011 with over 400 responses, indicating a clear centre of gravity. We want the values to be known by all and used as the standard of behaviour we will accept. We want to become a ‘magnet' organisation where staff who are like-minded will be attracted to and retained by the organisation; equally others will be progressively challenged. For this strategy, the values have been restated in a way that is easier to understand and remember.

Preliminary Market Consultation (PMC) Energy and Carbon Project Energy Service Company

North East Lincolnshire Council | Published October 5, 2016
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65400000

We seek the market’s views on a delivery model for our Energy and Carbon programme, the merits and applicability of each approach and alternative views on energy strategy achievement. The model must directly support NELC’s priorities and energy vision, quickly realising projects and services. NELC has so far identified the following approaches as having the greatest relevancy to its thinking -Strategic partnership with a lead service provider – local authority partners with an organisation that will take management responsibility for the delivery of a range of services, on an output or outcome basis, over the medium to long term -Arms-length local authority venture with supporting supply chain, operationally distinct from NELC by virtue of control and business planning mechanisms, with lead responsibility for delivering projects, drawing on third party support -Investment fund, originates and supports projects via a range of finance types and monitors investment performance and status

The Grimsby Institute - Supply of Used Coach

Grimsby Institute Of Further & Higher Education | Published July 24, 2017  -  Deadline August 7, 2017
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34121500

The Grimsby Institute Group is a leading provider of education and training to the 16-18 years, 19+ adult, higher education and business to business markets. Based in North East Lincolnshire, the Group is looking to purchase a used coach to form part of its fleet of existing coaches. The coaches are used to transport students of all ages from home to one of a number of college campus' and home again. Specification; Seats: 70 Age: Around 2011 onwards Colour: Preferably white although the chosen vehicle will be liveried by us Warranty: minimum of three months Full service and maintenance history records required Preferably with current MOT Payment Terms - Prompt Payment 1. Where the Contractor submits an invoice to the Group the Group will consider and verify that invoice in a timely fashion. 2. The Group shall pay the Contractor any sums due under such an invoice no later than a period of 30 days from the date on which the Group has determined that the invoice is valid and undisputed. 3. Where the Group fails to comply with paragraph 1 and there is an undue delay in considering and verifying the invoice, the invoice shall be regarded as valid and undisputed for the purposes of paragraph 2 after a reasonable time has passed. 4. Where the Contractor enters into a Sub-Contract, the Contractor shall include in that Sub-Contract: a) Provisions having the same effect as clauses 1-3 of this Agreement; and b) A provision requiring the counterparty to that Sub-Contract to include in any Sub-Contract which it awards provisions having the same effect as clauses 1-3 of this Agreement. c) In clause 4, "Sub-Contract" means a contract between two or more suppliers, at any stage of remoteness from the Group in a subcontracting chain, made wholly or substantially for the purpose of performing (or contributing to the performance of) the whole or any part of this Agreement. Further details can be found in our standard Terms & Conditions. Site Address Nuns Corner Campus Laceby Road Grimsby North East Lincolnshire DN36 5BQ

The Grimsby Institute — Supply of Road Simulators and Associated Equipment

The Grimsby Institute | Published July 20, 2016
Winner
XPI Simulation Ltd
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34000000, 72000000, 48000000

The Grimsby Institute of Further and Higher Education (The Group) is a leading College within the Humber region and focused on ensuring that the delivery of training and education meets the needs and aspirations of the learners as well as demands of the employers. The Group is a member of the Humber Energy Campus and is committed to ensuring that the Humber region, and the Energy Estuary within, is seen as an international centre of excellence for offshore wind and the supporting energy sector. The Group believes that this opportunity for the Humber region is one that cannot be missed and it is therefore essential that employers choosing to operate here can do so cost efficiently, with a reliance on local labour and supported by a skills, training and employment plan that will enable not just local business stability but also growth.

The Group have successfully secured Local Growth Deal funding from the Humber Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) which, when match funded by the Group's own investment, will enable the creation of a bespoke training centre in the Humber region that will support the education and training demands of the region's growth sectors. The facility, located in Immingham in North East Lincolnshire, will be called Modal Training.

Modal Training will involve of the delivery of programmes of study for the current and future workforce of the ports, logistics and energy sectors. It will harness the Group's existing expertise of working in the engineering and renewable energy sector to deliver a range of education and bespoke training packages by improving existing facilities for learners, improved flexibility of learning resources in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths), Logistics, Employability Skills, Apprenticeships and Foundation Degrees.

This project involves the creation of a new South Humber Logistics Hub, building on the Group's prior investment as part of the National Skills Academy for in Environmental Technologies, the Centre of Vocational Excellence of Automotive Industries and the Engineering and Renewable Technologies Centre.

The Group requires the following simulator models:

— One x truck cabin (no trailer) of a Scania or Volvo size lorry;

— One x car of a small to medium size car;

— Instructor station.

The above should come with the software, screens etc. to ensure full operations to undertake fully immersive training. The Group is not looking for any other type of simulator set up other than that which can be accommodated inside an actual vehicle. It is preferred that the vehicle is located inside its own room so that the student experience can be free from any other diversions and fully immersive.

It is possible that the Group will accept a software supply and installation cost if a supplier is unable to source the actual vehicle bodies. However the supplier will be required to provide evidence and details of installation where they have supplied their software and installed themselves into physical vehicles.