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Architectural, construction, engineering and inspection services

North East Lincolnshire Borough Council | Published April 15, 2017  -  Deadline May 23, 2017
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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.

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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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 23, 2017
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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.
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