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Market Engagement Event. Extra Care. Catering Business Opportunity

Hull City Council | Published January 15, 2016  -  Deadline February 10, 2016
cpvs
55523000

Hull City Council  will be undertaking a ‘Market Test’ to inform its service specification and procurement approach to commissioning Catering Services for 3 Extra Care Housing Schemes being developed in Hull

Please find attached, copies of the slides shown at the Market Engagement Event (28 January 2016) together with some additional information about our requirements.  We have also attached a brief questionnaire to capture feedback on our draft proposals from potential bidders - the deadline for returning this questionnaire is 10 February 2016. 

 

The provision of support and maintenance for an Education management System

Kingston upon Hull City Council | Published April 27, 2016
Winner
Capita Business Services Limited, t/a Capita Children's Services
cpvs
48000000

Kingston upon Hull City Council intends to contract with Capita Business Services Limited, t/a Capita Children's Services for an extension to it's existing support and maintenance agreement for a period of 5 years from 1.4.2016 to 31.3.2021.

The Council has published this VEAT notice and intends to award a contract to Capita Business Services Limited, t/a Capita Children's Services following the expiry of 10 full calendar days after the expiry of this notice.

The provision of support and maintenance for an Education management System

Kingston upon Hull City Council | Published April 27, 2016
Winner
Capita Business Services Limited, t/a Capita Children's Services
cpvs
48000000

Kingston upon Hull City Council intends to contract with Capita Business Services Limited, t/a Capita Children's Services for an extension to it's existing support and maintenance agreement for a period of 5 years from 1.4.2016 to 31.3.2021.

The Council has published this VEAT notice and intends to award a contract to Capita Business Services Limited, t/a Capita Children's Services following the expiry of 10 full calendar days after the expiry of this notice.

Student Information Management Systems (SIMS).

University of Hull | Published April 14, 2015
Winner
Tribal Group
cpvs
48000000

Commissioning a replacement of our Student Information Management Systems (SIMS). This is not an administrative tool: SIMS will be a key way to leverage our skills and resources to achieve our stated commitment. This is a strategic investment, enabling the University to make the student journey at Hull (from initial engagement, recruitment and admission through to graduation and Alumni relations) more effective and efficient for both parties. As a mission critical system for the University, it will drive enhancements in business intelligence and management information, in business performance management, in operations management, and will make significant contributions to institutional strategic objectives. We have defined an ambitious scope of services, and expect some will be provided by interfaces to other best-in-breed packages that should be considered as jigsaw components rather than standalone entities. The ability of SIMS to provide a seamless user experience will be key. This will require managed integration of data and end-to-end processes across commercial off the shelf (COTS) packages, with a consistent 'look and feel' being presented to the user.

Enterprise Space Management

Hull City Council | Published September 27, 2013  -  Deadline October 28, 2013
cpvs
70332200, 79411100

Hull City Council is issueing this invitation for partners in running the enterprise facilities at the new KREATE facility's enterprise space, located at Hull Kingston Rovers ground, Craven Park which is to by completed in September 2013.

We are seeking to appoint a provider who will manage the enterprise space, support new business tenants and users and help to develop further the local entrepreneurial culture.

 

R397/14 Provision and Operation of Content Management System (CMS).

University of Hull | Published December 3, 2014  -  Deadline January 21, 2015
cpvs
48780000, 48783000, 72212783, 72254000, 72262000, 72263000, 72266000, 72413000, 72414000, 72600000

Our current Content Management System (CMS) is end of life in terms of technology development, and we have a business need to update and modernise both the system and the web content. The University therefore wishes to appoint an experienced and innovative CMS supplier who will work with us to develop, deliver and successfully implement a CMS, help us migrate to the new CMS and to be there to provide on-going support and help as we evolve our internet presence. We are also looking for the supplier to be able to provide the CMS as a hosted service.

Augmented Reality Pilot

Hull City Council | Published February 25, 2014  -  Deadline March 18, 2014
cpvs
72222000, 72222100, 72222200, 72222300, 72223000, 72224000, 72224100, 72225000, 72226000, 72227000, 72261000, 72262000, 72263000, 72264000, 72265000, 72266000, 72267000, 72267100, 72267200, 72268000

Our objectives for the Augmented Reality High Street pilot project are: To pilot the use of augmented reality as a tool for transforming the educational and tourism experience in Hull, initially focussed on the High Street in Hull’s old town area. To work in partnership with Heritage Learning to develop the historical context, ensuring that relevant and appropriate materials and images are incorporated into the pilot project To evaluate the impact of this technology in enhancing the visitor and educational experience and increasing visitor numbers To research the feasibility of using Augmented Reality in other areas of the city, incorporating business, retail and leisure aspects . 

Hotel, restaurant and retail trade services

Kingston upon Hull City Council | Published February 9, 2017
Winner
Catering Academy Limited
cpvs
55000000

Hull City Council tendered this contract seeking suitable organisation(s) to take advantage of a business opportunity which delivered a catering offer in 3 PFI Extra Care Housing facilities in Hull. The contract commenced in December 2016, when access to the first site was available, with the first residents moving in from January 2017; The 2 remaining sites will take in residents in April and July 2017.

Hull City Council tendered this contract seeking suitable organisation(s) to take advantage of a business opportunity which delivered a catering offer in 3 PFI Extra Care Housing facilities in Hull. The contract commenced in December 2016, when access to the first site was available, with the first residents moving in from January 2017; the 2 remaining sites will take in residents in April and July 2017. The procurement process used was a CPN. In total, the Extra Care facilities will provide 316 1 and 2-bed apartments with residents, staff and carers onsite. All 3 schemes benefit from fully fitted out and maintained catering kitchens and restaurants (including a defined cafe area). In addition to delivering a catering offer for the Extra Care facilities, the provider will deliver significant social value benefits for the city.

Wind Turbine Feasability Study

Hull City Council | Published June 20, 2013  -  Deadline July 8, 2013
cpvs
71241000, 71335000, 73420000

The City Council wishes to increase the percentage of renewable energy it generates from its land to support the City’s ambition to become known as an Energy City and to reduce the operating costs of its services.

 

In this context the Stockholm Road Depot has been identified as a site where the installation of a wind turbine may be possible to achieve both of these aims.

 

In this context the Council has identified a budget of up to £5,000 to undertake an assessment to understand the viability of such a project to support a future business case to seek funding for the development.

 

Hull Fruit Market Lead Developer Partner Competition - Residential and Commercial Newbuild and Refurbishment

Hull City Council | Published July 11, 2013  -  Deadline August 7, 2013
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45210000, 45211000, 45211360, 45212311, 45213100, 45213112, 45213150, 45213312, 45262690

Hull City Council, with the support of the Homes and Communities Agency, is seeking a Lead Developer Partner to enter into a long term strategic development contract and development partnership. The tender will cover four sites within Hull's Fruit Market area, totalling 3.22ha, and will involve the construction of a new Arts Centre, and approximately 70 new homes. Major stock refurbishment works within the Humber Street area will also provide new venues and spaces for arts, cultural, and music uses, in addition to new retail and office business growth spaces. The successful Lead Developer Partner will work with Hull City Council to drive forward the regeneration of the city's Fruit Market area which comprises 6.98ha overall. 

To implement a service improvement plan and change programme for the Hull City Council Educational Psychological Service

Hull City Council | Published March 5, 2015  -  Deadline March 18, 2015
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73000000, 80000000, 85000000, 98000000

Hull City Council invite qualified bidders to submit a quotation to implement a service improvement plan and change programme for the Hull City Council Educational Psychological Service.

The project should look to maximise the opportunities for Educational Psychologists to apply professional skills in a solution orientated manner at an individual casework, and school level and as a contributor to Local Authority strategic initiatives and the wider change agenda.

It should also enable the service to develop a wider business plan with a sound financial plan. It should support the service in developing the confidence and skills in leading on specialist and new areas of work. It should support the service in considering an appropriate structure and professional development programme to accompany it.

The three, key themes identified from the diagnostic consultation are:

1. Need to improve morale

2. Need to provide a clear direction

3. Need to improve perception regarding professional role (as Psychologist)

It is expected that the outputs from the programme will include:

  • A business and financial plan
  • Cultural transformation within the team
  • A service which is aspirational for itself and the people it works with
  • A service which can confidently discharge a solution orientated approach towards its statutory duties
  • An creative and responsive traded offer for schools
  • A service which make a wider contribution to the leadership of the Directorate

The contract will run from 1 April 2015 to 16 December 2015.

     

    PC595 Framework Agreeement for the Supply & Delivery of Fresh Meat, Cooked Meat & Meat Products

    Staffordshire County Council | Published May 1, 2016  -  Deadline June 17, 2016
    cpvs

    Framework Agreement for the Supply & Delivery of Fresh Meat, Cooked Meat & Meat Products to Care Establishments in Staffordshire. This Procurement is for a Framework Agreement between the appointed economic operator(s) and the County Council, to supply Supplies/Services on a call-off basis, as and when required. The County Council makes no guarantee as to the volume of business on offer and any volumes given are indicative only and intended as a general guide. Duration – from 1 October 2016 to 30 September 2019, with an additional option to extend by 12 months to 30 September 2020. In the event the Agreement is extended the extension shall be on the same Terms and Conditions of Contract as the original Agreement period and will ultimately be at the County Council’s sole discretion. Agreement value range – £128,000 over the total 4 years. Number of economic operators to be awarded - one per lot. NB – one economic operator may apply for both lots.

    Provision of financial assessment, payments and debt recovery service.

    Kingston upon Hull City Council | Published November 24, 2015
    Winner
    Civica UK Limited
    cpvs
    75310000, 72000000, 79400000, 79500000, 72500000, 72310000, 79510000, 75110000, 66172000

    Provision of financial assessments, payments and debt recovery services to include: — Housing Benefit Delivery — to also include collection of overpayments and assessments of DHP; — Free School Meals Assessments; — Local Welfare Assistance assessments; — Fairer Charging and Residential Care Assessments and payment arrangements referenced to the client's NHS Number to support the requirement for a single consolidated view of health and social care information; — Council Tax and Business Rates collection; — Recovery of former tenants arrears/parking fines/sundry debt. Payment Services. Services ancillary to the above core services are included in the scope of this contract, including ICT services (including the supply and management of systems) and electronic payment and pre-payment services which support the Council functions in the above areas. The contract is also available to other public sector organisations including NHS bodies and educational establishments and will incorporate provisions for its subsequent variation to facilitate future development of the services.

    Taxi & Small Bus Service Part 2

    Hull City Council | Published June 24, 2013  -  Deadline August 5, 2013
    cpvs
    60120000, 60140000, 60170000

    Kingston upon Hull City Council is seeking providers to supply & deliver transport services for Education, Social Care and officers of the Council.

    Hull City Council intends to establish a contract for the provision of its Transport Services with suitably qualified operators of Private Hire, Hackney Carriage and PSV/PCV vehicles.

    The requirements cover the transporting of:

    Pupils and passenger assistants (where applicable) to schools/colleges and either back home again, or to other designated points.

    Social Care clients (both adults and children) to various locations, and Council Officers to various locations.

    The routes and destinations for this transport provision may be within the boundaries of Hull but may also be to and from locations outside of the Authority’s geographical boundaries.

     No guarantee can be provided to the successful tenderer(s) of the amount of business to be placed during the continuance of the contract.

     

    Management of East Hull Wheels Motor Project

    Hull City Council | Published May 15, 2013  -  Deadline June 10, 2013
    cpvs
    37410000, 37416000, 37440000, 37480000, 80000000, 80210000, 80310000, 80520000, 80530000

    An exciting opportunity has arisen for an organisation to lease and manage an existing operational go-karting business.

    The current site has a lot of potential, including a substantial fleet of vehicles, buildings and high quality assets, and a specifically skilled staff team.

    The successful bidder will have the ability to make best use of the facilities and maximise turnover.

    The successful organisation will be granted a lease of up to 7 years on a peppercorn rent (nil rent); the exact type, terms and length of the lease will be dependant on the nature of the organisation and whether they are a commercial or not for profit organisation:

    Please note, this is one of three similar opportunities currently being advertised by Hull City Council.

     

     

    Management of Bransholme Urban Motor Project (BUMP's)

    Hull City Council | Published May 15, 2013  -  Deadline June 10, 2013
    cpvs
    37410000, 37416000, 37440000, 37480000, 80000000, 80210000, 80310000, 80520000, 80530000

    An exciting opportunity has arisen for an organisation to lease and manage an existing operational go-karting business.

    The current site has a lot of potential, including a substantial fleet of vehicles, buildings and high quality assets, and a specifically skilled staff team.

    The successful bidder will have the ability to make best use of the facilities and maximise turnover.

    The successful organisation will be granted a lease of up to 7 years on a peppercorn rent (nil rent); the exact type, terms and length of the lease will be dependant on the nature of the organisation and whether they are a commercial or not for profit organisation:

    Please note, this is one of three similar opportunities currently being advertised by Hull City Council.

     

     

    Management of the Two-Wheel Centre

    Hull City Council | Published May 15, 2013  -  Deadline June 10, 2013
    cpvs
    37410000, 37416000, 37440000, 37480000, 80000000, 80210000, 80310000, 80520000, 80530000

    An exciting opportunity has arisen for an organisation to lease and manage an existing operational go-karting business.

    The current site has a lot of potential, including a substantial fleet of vehicles, buildings and high quality assets, and a specifically skilled staff team.

    The successful bidder will have the ability to make best use of the facilities and maximise turnover.

    The successful organisation will be granted a lease of up to 7 years on a peppercorn rent (nil rent); the exact type, terms and length of the lease will be dependant on the nature of the organisation and whether they are a commercial or not for profit organisation:

    Please note, this is one of three similar opportunities currently being advertised by Hull City Council.

     

     

    Taxi and Small Bus Service 2015.

    Hull City Council | Published July 25, 2015
    Winner
    Kingstone Cabs Hull Taxis Limited
    cpvs
    60120000, 60170000, 60140000

    Kingston upon Hull City Council is seeking providers to supply and deliver transport services for education and social care. Hull City Council intends to establish a framework for the provision of its transport services with suitably qualified operators of Private Hire, Hackney Carriage and PSV/PCV vehicles. Hull City Council will be re-tendering 18 routes, broken down into 8 lots. Tenderers can bid for 1 or more of the lots. Bids for individual routes will not be accepted. The requirements cover the transporting of: — Pupils and passenger assistants (where applicable) to schools/colleges and either back home again or to other designated points, — Social care clients (both adults and children) to various locations. The routes and destinations for this transport provision may be within the boundaries of Hull but may also be to and from locations outside of the Authority's geographical boundaries. The framework will run between 1.9.2015 and end 31.8.2017. No extensions will be granted to this framework. No guarantee can be provided to the successful tenderer (s) of the amount of business to be placed during the continuance of the framework. Under this contract the Supplier will be required to actively contribute to the achievement of social objectives. These include: skills development; employment and training opportunities within the locality of where the contract will be delivered; and other added value initiatives throughout the supply chain to support community programmes promoted by the council.

    Taxi & Small Bus Service 2015.

    Hull City Council | Published February 28, 2015  -  Deadline April 7, 2015
    cpvs
    60120000, 60140000, 60170000, 60120000, 60140000, 60170000, 60120000, 60140000, 60170000, 60120000, 60140000, 60170000, 60120000, 60140000, 60170000, 60120000, 60140000, 60170000, 60120000, 60140000, 60170000, 60120000, 60140000, 60170000, 60120000, 60140000, 60170000

    Kingston upon Hull City Council is seeking providers to supply & deliver transport services for Education and Social Care. Hull City Council intends to establish a framework for the provision of its Transport Services with suitably qualified operators of Private Hire, Hackney Carriage and PSV/PCV vehicles. Hull City Council will be re tendering 18 routes, broken down into 8 lots. Tenderers can bid for 1 or more of the lots. Bids for individual routes will not be accepted. The requirements cover the transporting of: Pupils and passenger assistants (where applicable) to schools/colleges and either back home again,or to other designated points. Social care clients (both adults and children) to various locations. The routes and destinations for this transport provision may be within the boundaries of Hull but may also be to and from locations outside of the Authority's geographical boundaries. The Framework will run between 1.9.2015 and end 31.8.2017. No extensions will be granted to this Framework. No guarantee can be provided to the successful tenderer(s) of the amount of business to be placed during the continuance of the framework. Under this contract the Supplier will be required to actively contribute to the achievement of social objectives. These include: skills development; employment and training opportunities within the locality of where the contract will be delivered; and other added value initiatives throughout the supply chain to support community programmes promoted by the council.

    Taxi & Small Bus Service 2015.

    Hull City Council | Published February 28, 2015  -  Deadline April 7, 2015
    cpvs
    60120000, 60140000, 60170000

    Kingston upon Hull City Council is seeking providers to supply & deliver transport services for Education and Social Care. Hull City Council intends to establish a framework for the provision of its Transport Services with suitably qualified operators of Private Hire, Hackney Carriage and PSV/PCV vehicles. Hull City Council will be re tendering 18 routes, broken down into 8 lots. Tenderers can bid for 1 or more of the lots. Bids for individual routes will not be accepted. The requirements cover the transporting of: Pupils and passenger assistants (where applicable) to schools/colleges and either back home again,or to other designated points. Social care clients (both adults and children) to various locations. The routes and destinations for this transport provision may be within the boundaries of Hull but may also be to and from locations outside of the Authority's geographical boundaries. The Framework will run between 1.9.2015 and end 31.8.2017. No extensions will be granted to this Framework. No guarantee can be provided to the successful tenderer(s) of the amount of business to be placed during the continuance of the framework. Under this contract the Supplier will be required to actively contribute to the achievement of social objectives. These include: skills development; employment and training opportunities within the locality of where the contract will be delivered; and other added value initiatives throughout the supply chain to support community programmes promoted by the council.