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Business Consultancy Framework

Scottish Borders Council | Published July 20, 2016
Winner
Gap Communications , JMA Business Consultants , Russell Mcleod Limited , Andy Purves Ltd , Transmit Start-Ups , Home Marketing (Edinburgh) Limited , Karen Jacques Sales & Marketing Solutions , Targeting Innovation Ltd , Genoa Black , Maureen Johnstone Associates , Why Why Why Limited , UXL Ltd , Ferguson Technical Services Ltd
cpvs
66171000, 79400000, 79410000, 79411000, 79411100, 79414000, 66170000, 79412000, 72600000, 73000000, 73200000

Business Consultancy Framework

Business Consultancy Framework

Scottish Borders Council | Published November 24, 2015  -  Deadline January 8, 2016
cpvs
66171000, 79400000, 79410000, 79411000, 79411100, 79414000, 66170000, 79412000, 72600000, 73000000, 73200000, 72221000, 79400000, 79410000, 79411100, 66171000, 79412000, 79416200, 79415200, 79341100, 79413000, 79411100, 72220000, 72227000, 72228000, 72246000, 72266000, 72110000, 72130000, 72150000, 72200000, 72100000, 73000000, 73200000, 73220000, 79400000, 79410000, 79411000, 79411100, 79414000, 73220000, 72224000, 79415000, 79400000, 79410000, 79411000, 79411100

Business Gateway is looking to set up a Framework Agreement for the following consultations: Lot 1 - Business Strategy/Planning Consultation Lot 2 - Investor Readiness/Funding Consultation Lot 3 - Marketing and Brand Development Consultation Lot 4 - Digital/E Commerce Strategy Consultation Lot 5 - Organisational Development/HR Consultation Lot 6 - Innovation Support Consultation Tenders may be submitted for one of more Lots. CPV: 66171000, 79400000, 79410000, 79411000, 79411100, 79414000, 66170000, 79412000, 72600000, 73000000, 73200000.

Arts Business Consultant Services to undertake Feasibility for Art Gallery Development

Oriel Davies Gallery | Published July 20, 2015  -  Deadline August 10, 2015
cpvs
71200000, 73000000, 79410000, 79993000, 92000000

Feasibility Study for Oriel Davies, Newtown Oriel Davies is a leading gallery of Wales and the most important visual arts venue in Powys. Between 2001 and 2004 our gallery premises went through a highly successful 2-Phase refurbishment programme. We wish to appoint an Arts Business Consultant to undertake a Feasibility Study for a 3rd Phase, to further develop gallery’s facilities for a strong and sustainable future. Oriel Davies is an independent contemporary art gallery, showing and touring the best visual art and craft from Wales and beyond. We are admired for our beautiful exhibition spaces, innovative artistic & learning programmes and excellent café and shop. Oriel Davies is based in the centre of Newtown, Powys’s largest town, and attracts c.75,000 visits annually. Expressions of interest and tenders are invited from Arts Business Consultants by 10 August 2015. The fee for the Arts Business Consultant is £10,000. The role of the Arts Business Consultant The Arts Business Consultant will work with the gallery to: • Select and appoint a Design Team to develop the project up to RIBA Work Stage 1-2. This should include developing a Design Brief. • Advise on the gallery’s Business Plan and staffing structure • Undertake consultation with the main stakeholders • Undertake public consultation • Advise on appointment of specialist consultants: such as retail, catering, renewable energy • Advise on an effective fundraising strategy to realise the full capital project Interviews for the Arts Business Consultant will take place on 15/16 September at Oriel Davies. Candidates will be informed by 14 August if they have been shortlisted for interview. Oriel Davies Registered Charity: 1034890

Business Consultancy Framework.

Scottish Borders Council | Published November 26, 2015  -  Deadline January 8, 2016
cpvs
73220000, 72224000, 79415000, 79400000, 79410000, 79411000, 79411100

Business Gateway is looking to set up a Framework Agreement for the following consultations: — Lot 1 — Business Strategy/Planning Consultation; — Lot 2 — Investor Readiness/Funding Consultation; — Lot 3 — Marketing and Brand Development Consultation; — Lot 4 — Digital/E Commerce Strategy Consultation; — Lot 5 — Organisational Development/HR Consultation; — Lot 6 — Innovation Support Consultation. Tenders may be submitted for 1 of more Lots. Note: the buyer is using PCS-Tender to carry out this procurement process. Please note this is a separate website and if you are not already registered, registration will be required. To access PCS-Tender, record your interest in this notice and access the tender documentation please visit https://www.publictendersscotland.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk and search for project Code Project_4905 under ITTs Open to All Suppliers. Please use the Search/Filter function, then select Project Code from the drop-down. Please note that once you have expressed interest in the ITT it will move to your My ITTs area. For further information on using PCS-Tender, please read the Supplier Response Guide: https://www.publictendersscotland.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/esop/pts-host/public/pts/supplierhelppage/PCS-TSupplierResponseGuide.pdf If you have already registered on Public Contracts Scotland and PCS-Tender and paired your accounts you can access PCS-Tender through your Public Contracts Scotland Control Panel.

Feasibility Study for Oriel Davies, Newtown

Oriel Davies Gallery | Published November 30, 2015
Winner
Artservice
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Feasibility Study for Oriel Davies, Newtown Oriel Davies is a leading gallery of Wales and the most important visual arts venue in Powys. Between 2001 and 2004 our gallery premises went through a highly successful 2-Phase refurbishment programme. We wish to appoint an Arts Business Consultant to lead on a Feasibility Study for a 3rd Phase, to further develop gallery’s facilities for a strong and sustainable future. Oriel Davies is an independent contemporary art gallery, showing and touring the best visual art and craft from Wales and beyond. We are admired for our beautiful exhibition spaces, innovative artistic & learning programmes and excellent café and shop. Oriel Davies is based in the centre of Newtown, Powys’s largest town, and attracts c.75,000 visits annually. Expressions of interest and tenders are invited from Arts Business Consultants by 30 September 2015. The fee for the Arts Business Consultant is £10,000 + VAT The role of the Arts Business Consultant:- The Arts Business Consultant will work with the gallery to: - Select and appoint a Design Team to develop the project up to RIBA Work Stage 2. This should include fine-tuning of the Draft Design Brief. - Advise the Gallery on updating its Business Plan and staffing structure - Undertake consultation with the main stakeholders - Advise on a consultant to undertake public consultation - Advise on appointment of other specialist consultants: retail, catering, renewable energy - Advise on an effective fundraising strategy to help realise the full capital project Closing date for tenders is 30 September 2015 Candidates will be informed by 7 October if they have been shortlisted for interview. Interviews for the Arts Business Consultant will take place the week beginning 12 October at Oriel Davies Gallery, Newtown Oriel Davies Registered Charity: 1034890

Feasibility Study for Oriel Davies, Newtown

Oriel Davies Gallery | Published August 21, 2015  -  Deadline September 30, 2015
cpvs
71200000, 71210000, 71220000, 71221000, 71223000, 71240000, 71541000, 72224000, 73000000, 73200000, 79400000, 79410000, 79993000, 92000000, 92500000

Feasibility Study for Oriel Davies, Newtown Oriel Davies is a leading gallery of Wales and the most important visual arts venue in Powys. Between 2001 and 2004 our gallery premises went through a highly successful 2-Phase refurbishment programme. We wish to appoint an Arts Business Consultant to lead on a Feasibility Study for a 3rd Phase, to further develop gallery’s facilities for a strong and sustainable future. Oriel Davies is an independent contemporary art gallery, showing and touring the best visual art and craft from Wales and beyond. We are admired for our beautiful exhibition spaces, innovative artistic & learning programmes and excellent café and shop. Oriel Davies is based in the centre of Newtown, Powys’s largest town, and attracts c.75,000 visits annually. Expressions of interest and tenders are invited from Arts Business Consultants by 30 September 2015. The fee for the Arts Business Consultant is £10,000 + VAT The role of the Arts Business Consultant:- The Arts Business Consultant will work with the gallery to: - Select and appoint a Design Team to develop the project up to RIBA Work Stage 2. This should include fine-tuning of the Draft Design Brief. - Advise the Gallery on updating its Business Plan and staffing structure - Undertake consultation with the main stakeholders - Advise on a consultant to undertake public consultation - Advise on appointment of other specialist consultants: retail, catering, renewable energy - Advise on an effective fundraising strategy to help realise the full capital project Closing date for tenders is 30 September 2015 Candidates will be informed by 7 October if they have been shortlisted for interview. Interviews for the Arts Business Consultant will take place the week beginning 12 October at Oriel Davies Gallery, Newtown Oriel Davies Registered Charity: 1034890

Oriel Davies Feasibility invitation for tenders from Design Team

Oriel Davies Gallery | Published November 24, 2015  -  Deadline December 23, 2015
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71000000, 71200000, 71220000, 71221000, 71223000, 71240000, 71250000, 71400000, 71420000, 71520000, 71540000

Feasibility Study for Oriel Davies, Newtown Oriel Davies is a leading gallery of Wales and the most important visual arts venue in Powys. Between 2001 and 2004 our gallery premises went through a highly successful 2-Phase refurbishment programme. We wish to appoint an Architectural Design Team to work with the Gallery on a Feasibility Study for a 3rd Phase, to further develop gallery’s facilities for a strong and sustainable future. Oriel Davies is an independent contemporary art gallery, showing and touring the best visual art and craft from Wales and beyond. We are admired for our beautiful exhibition spaces, innovative artistic & learning programmes and excellent café and shop. Oriel Davies is based in the centre of Newtown, Powys’s largest town, and attracts c.75,000 visits annually. We are looking to appoint a Design Team, who together with our Arts Business Consultant, will work with ODG on the Feasibility Study to research and develop a 3rd phase capital project for our premises. Expressions of interest and tenders are invited from Architectural Design Teams by 23 December 2015. The fee for the Design Team is £14,000 + VAT (to include all expenses) The role of the Design Team in the Feasibility Study:- To develop the project up to RIBA Work Stage 2 to include:- • Building design proposals and costings for extension & solar panel installation, to be outlined to RIBA Work Stage 2 - site investigation & topographical surveys - café bar extension design and relevant services - re-design of gallery shop, storage and costing of fixtures, fittings & equipment - rebranding, signage & poster boxes - landscaping & public walkway - planning consultations and applications Design Teams tendering will be informed by 30 December if they have been shortlisted for interview. Interviews for the Design Teams will take place the week beginning 4 January 2016 at Oriel Davies Gallery, Newtown Oriel Davies Registered Charity: 1034890

National Housing Trust/Local Authority Variant Managing Agent (on behalf of Bridge Homes).

Scottish Borders Council | Published October 22, 2015
Winner
Orchard And Shipman Group Plc
cpvs
70333000, 75123000

At its meeting of 26.6.2013, Scottish Borders Council (the Council) agreed proposals for a Council led house building programme, and for the development of a final business case for further consideration by the Council. This proposal could potentially deliver up to 200 affordable houses through collaboration with Scottish Futures Trust. The proposal intends to utilise the National Housing Trust Local Authority Variant model developed by Scottish Futures Trust. It is currently envisaged that the houses would be available for mid-market renting for between 5 and 10 years, and would be aimed at people in employment who may have insufficient priority for accessing social rented houses from Registered Social Landlords. As part of the development of a final business case the Council has carried out some soft market testing. This tender is to seek proposals from suitably experienced residential property managing agents for the provision of the anticipated Management and Maintenance Services relating to the above noted proposals. Scottish Futures Trust has developed together with the Local Authority and Scottish Ministers, and is arranging the delivery of, the NHT Council Variant. Bridge Homes is a limited liability partnership (LLP) between SFT and the Local Authority, established for the purpose of acquiring and letting Units to a specific target tenant group, as affordable homes on a short assured tenancy basis. The LLP requires to procure the services of a Managing Agent to take day to day responsibility of the Units in each completed Development (or Unit as the case may be). The Managing Agent shall be responsible for letting, management and maintenance of the Units. Accordingly, the SFT, the Local Authority and the LLP have agreed as provided for in this Agreement.

National Housing Trust/Local Authority Variant Managing Agent (on behalf of Bridge Homes)

Scottish Borders Council | Published October 19, 2015
Winner
Orchard And Shipman Group Plc
cpvs
70333000, 75123000

At its meeting of 26th June 2013, Scottish Borders Council (the Council) agreed proposals for a Council led house building programme, and for the development of a final business case for further consideration by the Council. This proposal could potentially deliver up to 200 affordable houses through collaboration with Scottish Futures Trust. The proposal intends to utilise the National Housing Trust Local Authority Variant model developed by Scottish Futures Trust. It is currently envisaged that the houses would be available for mid-market renting for between 5 and 10 years, and would be aimed at people in employment who may have insufficient priority for accessing social rented houses from Registered Social Landlords. As part of the development of a final business case the Council has carried out some soft market testing. This tender is to seek proposals from suitably experienced residential property managing agents for the provision of the anticipated Management and Maintenance Services relating to the above noted proposals. Scottish Futures Trust has developed together with the Local Authority and Scottish Ministers, and is arranging the delivery of, the NHT Council Variant. Bridge Homes is a limited liability partnership (LLP) between SFT and the Local Authority, established for the purpose of acquiring and letting Units to a specific target tenant group, as affordable homes on a short assured tenancy basis. The LLP requires to procure the services of a Managing Agent to take day to day responsibility of the Units in each completed Development (or Unit as the case may be). The Managing Agent shall be responsible for letting, management and maintenance of the Units. Accordingly, the SFT, the Local Authority and the LLP have agreed as provided for in this Agreement. CPV: 70333000, 75123000.

Burnfoot Community Hub Hawick, Scottish Borders

Scottish Borders Council | Published November 27, 2014
Winner
M & J Ballantyne Ltd
cpvs
391000, 391010, 391012, 399999

Scottish Borders Council Corporate Procurement Service has placed this notice on behalf of Burnfoot Community Futures to assist with facilitating the tender process. Burnfoot Community Futures (BCF) have acquired the derelict former Burnfoot Roadhouse public house, which is to be converted, refurbished and extended to form the new Community Hub.Once a thriving local hostelry and venue for community meetings and activities, the building has remained derelict since its closure approximately 6 years ago, and therefore the project offers the opportunity to transform a local eyesore and to bring this place back to life again. The works will involve structural alterations to the traditional 1950s fabric which is in relatively good condition, along with two significant extensions in timber-frame construction to provide the floor areas and functionality required, internal fit-out and services to modern standards, a passenger lift, and external works including car parking and landscaping. The construction cost plan is 1,200,000 GBP excluding VAT. Once completed, the new facility will deliver a range of fully equipped community services and activities, including a function room, information hub, community café with soft play area, nursery and childcare facilities, children’s play areas, community garden, meals delivery services, community health facilities, social/care centre for the elderly, and rental space for local agencies. It is to be a place run by the community for the community, offering a wide range of opportunities ranging from informal social gatherings to formal volunteering and work placements. The overall objective of the project is to support and strengthen the Burnfoot community by creating a new facility that, in addition to being available to accommodate community group activities, will become a base for the provision of quality services and amenities and provide new income streams in accordance with BCF’s carefully considered business plan. The project has received generous grant funding from the Big Lottery Fund, and also from the Scottish Government Regeneration Capital Grant Fund via Scottish Borders Council.

966 Selkirk Flood Protection Scheme Main Works.

Scottish Borders Council | Published December 4, 2015
Winner
Rj Mcleod (Contractors) Ltd
cpvs
45246000, 45246400, 45246410, 44212382, 42131143, 45200000, 45220000, 71300000, 45246200, 45247212, 45247270, 45223200, 45262640, 45000000

The Selkirk Flood Protection Scheme (the Scheme) is being promoted by awarding Authority Scottish Borders Council. The Scheme intends to provide a significant improvement in flood protection to over 650 residential and business properties in Selkirk and its environs. The scope of the project includes, but is not limited to the following activities: Adaption of the outlet at St Mary's Loch to improve the loch's flood storage capabilities, including MEICA upgrades, telemetry and small scale flood resilience and flood protection works around the loch (flood defence bunds, access track raising). Raising of 200 m of the A708 Selkirk to Moffat road Construction of 2.9 km of imported fill flood defence embankments. Construction of 3.1 km of reinforced concrete flood defence walls. Construction of 0.38 km of sheet piled retaining wall in dense gravelly soils. Construction of approx. 0.72 km of erosion protection to the banks of the Ettrick Water in three separate locations. Provision of 3.0 km of Contractor design seepage protection, up to 8.0 m below ground level. Construction of 0.8 km of new 7 m wide river channel, offline from existing watercourse. Online widening of 0.15 km of existing watercourse. Demolition of two masonry arch vehicle bridges. Construction of new reinforced concrete portal vehicle bridge at junction of A707 and A708. Construction of 8 no. reinforced concrete abutments to carry 4 no. new timber footbridges (bridges are likely to be supplied by the Employer). Demolition of existing six span steel truss pedestrian bridge and five reinforced concrete piers. Erection of new 84 m long three span steel / timber pedestrian bridge (bridge deck likely to be provided by the Employer) and construction of two new reinforced concrete piers on existing sheet piled caissons and two new reinforced concrete abutments. Construction of 110 m long offline storm overflow culvert and new inlet and outlet structures. Construction of approx. 75 m of online culvert. Reinstatement, landscaping, tree planting and environmental habitat enhancement works. Local service diversions and crossings (note that the Employer will be carrying out an advance contract to divert most of the existing services and utilities prior to contract award).

966 Selkirk Flood Protection Scheme Main Works

Scottish Borders Council | Published December 2, 2015
Winner
Rj Mcleod (Contractors) Ltd
cpvs
45246000, 45246400, 45246410, 44212382, 42131143, 45200000, 45220000, 71300000, 45246200, 45247212, 45247270, 45223200, 45262640, 45000000

The Selkirk Flood Protection Scheme (the Scheme) is being promoted by awarding Authority Scottish Borders Council. The Scheme intends to provide a significant improvement in flood protection to over 650 residential and business properties in Selkirk and its environs. The scope of the project includes, but is not limited to the following activities: Adaption of the outlet at St Mary’s Loch to improve the loch’s flood storage capabilities, including MEICA upgrades, telemetry and small scale flood resilience and flood protection works around the loch (flood defence bunds, access track raising) Raising of 200m of the A708 Selkirk to Moffat road Construction of 2.9km of imported fill flood defence embankments Construction of 3.1km of reinforced concrete flood defence walls Construction of 0.38km of sheet piled retaining wall in dense gravelly soils Construction of approx. 0.72km of erosion protection to the banks of the Ettrick Water in three separate locations. Provision of 3.0km of Contractor design seepage protection, up to 8.0m below ground level Construction of 0.8km of new 7m wide river channel, offline from existing watercourse Online widening of 0.15km of existing watercourse Demolition of two masonry arch vehicle bridges Construction of new reinforced concrete portal vehicle bridge at junction of A707 and A708. Construction of 8 no. reinforced concrete abutments to carry 4 no. new timber footbridges (bridges are likely to be supplied by the Employer) Demolition of existing six span steel truss pedestrian bridge and five reinforced concrete piers Erection of new 84m long three span steel / timber pedestrian bridge (bridge deck likely to be provided by the Employer) and construction of two new reinforced concrete piers on existing sheet piled caissons and two new reinforced concrete abutments Construction of 110m long offline storm overflow culvert and new inlet and outlet structures Construction of approx. 75m of online culvert Reinstatement, landscaping, tree planting and environmental habitat enhancement works. Local service diversions and crossings (note that the Employer will be carrying out an advance contract to divert most of the existing services and utilities prior to contract award) CPV: 45246000, 45246400, 45246410, 44212382, 42131143, 45200000, 45220000, 71300000, 45246200, 45247212, 45247270, 45223200, 45262640, 45000000.
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