The London Borough of Lambeth (the Authority), is undertaking preliminary investigations to ascertain whether it can establish a series of commercially viable catering concession contracts. This request for information is intended as an initial starting point to engage possible interested parties. If we receive positive feedback following this request for information, then we may undertake more detailed market testing. We wish to obtain feedback on the possibility of a series of catering concession contracts. High-level analysis suggest that there are a number of locations within the Borough where a form of catering concession contract may be viable. These include the following locations: - Spring Gardens / Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens: just inside Kennington Lane entrance adjacent to Vauxhall Tavern - Larkhall Park: just inside Wandsworth Road entrance - Windrush Square: near Effra Road/Saltoun Road junction - Emma Cons Gardens: on the periphery of The Cut boundary - Clapham Common: on the 'grassy knoll' behind Clapham Common underground station. These concessions can take a number of forms including something as simple as so-called "man in a van" opportunities to more complex arrangements. We would appreciate feedback from potential suppliers on locations, any operational concerns, and issues around implementation. We would appreciate feedback on the following points: - What you believe to be the key drivers of a successful catering concession contract. - The possible risks that the Authority and the potential supplier should be aware of. - An indicative outline of the possible financial benefits that the Authority might be able to obtain. - Possible commercial models that could be used. - What you believe to be sustainable timeframes for the establishing of a concession. Please send your feedback to Helen Lee(firstname.lastname@example.org) by 5pm on 1st March 2017.
You are invited to submit a tender to the Secretary of State for Foreign & Commonwealth Affairs as represented by the British Consulate General Sydney, hereinafter referred to as the "Authority", for the provision of Catering Services for the British Consulate General Sydney (BCG) and UK Trade & Investment (UKTI)
The school requires experienced quality catering companies to supply a catering services across 2 school sites located in London.
Catering companies will be required to supply quality catering for the academic year across the schools 2 sites from 1.8.2017.
The National Army Museum (the Museum) is looking to appoint one supplier to procure the light equipment and service ware for its new Cafe. The Museum is re-opening in Spring 2017. The items will be purchased in early March 2017 for delivery in mid March. The Museum is currently completing a major re-development project called Building for the Future. Representing a once-in-a-generation opportunity for the Museum, the project will see the wholesale transformational of the Museum building, galleries, archive, learning, retail and café facilities and visitor services as well as radical change in every area of the Museum's work underpinned by a new brand and ethos.
Provision of a comprehensive range of Draught Beer, Cider, and Packaged Beer and Cider to Alexandra Palace Trading Limited (APTL), an events venue at a high profile heritage site in North London.
Provision of Draught Beer, Cider, and Packaged Beer and Cider to Alexandra Palace Trading Limited (APTL), the trading arm of Alexandra Park and Palace Charitable Trust, N22 7AY.
Tenderers must be able to demonstrate the ability to meet the following minimum requirements:
Weekly deliveries of 11gal and 22gal kegs to Phoenix Bar and Kitchen and Events Catering Department.
Current approx' annual volumes:
—Total barrelage: 2 200: Draught Beer, 1 800; Cask Ales = 40; Bottled Beer = 310; Others = 50.
—Includes: 20 x Concerts approx. 600 brewers barrels; 15 days x Annual Sporting event approx. 900 brewers barrels.
Promotional and Contractual Support:
—Ability to Supply 25 x fast pour beer service units for use on site with technicians as required at events.
—Supply of 2 x refrigerated units for each music concert to hold chilled beer kegs.
—Marketing support-fund based on barrel volumes consumed.
—Promotional POS fund.
—Sponsorship fund to build innovative selling points.
—Annual listing fee.
—Volume-based retrospective discount.
—Sale and return of keg beer at main annual events.
Tenderers must demonstrate the resource to deliver the requirement in the full range of products, at the capacity specified to a high profile venue.
Exclusive supply of draught and bottled beers. Note: Craft, Real Ale and German bier supply will be non-exclusive.
Non-exclusive supply of spirits.
Keg Delivery operation must observe Historic Building preventative damage restrictions.
Kingston Community School has been part of the Chapel St family of schools since opening its doors in 2015. Catering for pupils from Reception to Year 6, it is a two-form entry school. The school is temporarily sited in a former NHS clinic and it has been previously adapted to accommodate the school. The building is a two storey concrete frame structure with brick infill and has a pitched roof. The scheme consists of internal alteration to form a new classroom, storerooms, staff kitchen, pupils' WC, office and associated works to the electrics and re-decorations.
See 'Attachments' for a word version of the advert containing more information. One of the key initiatives announced in the recently published Schools' Buying Strategy is to provide a network of Schools Buying Hubs to help with complex buying. In order to thoroughly test the approach, the Department for Education (DfE) proposes to tender for two separate organisations to run and manage pilot hubs in two government regions: one in the North West (NW) and one in the South West (SW) for an initial period of 12 months with a focus on local buying. Hubs also aim to facilitate and strengthen local service provision and cohesion. School Buying Hubs will be single regional units designed to communicate with and support all schools in their area, including through phone and online services. They will provide category expertise and specialist advice to help deliver better value. They can add particular value for goods and services which can be effectively bought on a regional basis. Often for schools this covers areas of spend that are complex, infrequent and high value, including the delivery of important services such as catering, cleaning and premises.