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Repair and maintenance services of catering equipment

Portsmouth City Council | Published August 3, 2016  -  Deadline September 12, 2016
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Repair and maintenance services of catering equipment

Catering Services at Extra Care Schemes.

First Wessex | Published July 30, 2015
Winner
Elior UK
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55520000

First Wessex have completed an OJEU tender for the supply of catering to several of its Extra Care Schemes.

Catering Services at Extra Care Schemes.

First Wessex | Published May 20, 2015  -  Deadline June 16, 2015
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55520000

First Wessex seek a catering Supplier to provide food for its Residents and Visitors at 3 (three) of it's Extra Care Schemes in Hampshire.

Catering Services at Extra Care Schemes.

First Wessex | Published May 21, 2015  -  Deadline June 10, 2015
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55520000

First Wessex seek a catering Supplier to provide food for its Residents and Visitors at 3 (three) of it's Extra Care Schemes in Hampshire.

Repair and maintenance services of catering equipment

Portsmouth City Council | Published April 7, 2017
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50883000, 39221000, 39220000, 39310000

Portsmouth City Council ‘the Authority’ is inviting tenders from suitably qualified suppliers for the provision of servicing, maintenance, repair and installation of catering equipment.

The Procurement has been cancelled as a decision has been made to incorporate the requirements into an existing contract.

Southsea Castle Cafe, Bar and Events Catering.

Portsmouth City Council | Published November 4, 2015
Winner
Café Henry Limited
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55300000, 55321000, 55520000, 55410000, 92300000, 79952000, 79952100, 79954000, 79950000, 79993100

Portsmouth City Council, ‘the Authority’ has awarded a contract for the provision of a café and events service providing catering for weddings and other events at Southsea Castle on a service concession basis. The contract will formally commence on 2.1.2016 and will run for a period of 10 years with a break clause included for at year 5. Under the agreement the Operator will pay the Authority an annual fixed sum of 20 000 GBP equating to 200 000 GBP over the 10 year term. The Operator will also be required to pay the Authority a share of turnover which equates to 313 959 GBP based upon the Operators projections. The Operator will also pay capital contributions to the Authority towards the upkeep of the castle to the value of 84 000 GBP. When summed the income elements provide a total forecast income of 597 959 GBP to be paid by the Operator to the Authority. The successful Operator may also be given the option of providing a café service at the D-Day museum following refurbishment works due to be undertaken during summer of 2016.

Southsea Castle Cafe, Bar and Events Catering.

Portsmouth City Council | Published August 7, 2015  -  Deadline August 24, 2015
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55300000, 55321000, 55520000, 55410000, 92300000, 79952000, 79952100, 79954000, 79950000, 79993100

Portsmouth City Council, ‘the Authority’ is inviting tenders from suitably qualified operators to provide a café and events service providing catering for weddings and other events at Southsea Castle. Southsea Castle is a scheduled ancient monument in an imposing location right on Southsea seafront with fantastic views across the Solent to the Isle of Wight. The castle is open as a historic attraction between April and September each year free of charge and welcomes around 90 000 visitors annually. The Castle has a cafe area and bar area off the Western Courtyard that includes a fully equipped kitchen (see Appendix 6 for Inventory) and 4 café rooms with around 60 indoor covers and 40 additional covers in the Courtyard. This tender offers an exciting opportunity to work in partnership with the Authority to develop the catering and events programme at this scheduled ancient monument site with the aim to improve both the visitor offer and site income. The Authority is targeting to have awarded the contract by 16.9.2015 with a subsequent commencement date of 2.1.2016. In regards of the café and bar the contract will formally commence on 2.1.2016 at which point the successful operator will be given access to the site in accordance with conditions of the lease. The café and bar may be opened from this date but must be opened and fully operational no later than the 24.3.2016. In regards of wedding and other event catering for bookings scheduled post 2.1.2016 the successful operator must provide services upon request from Award Of Contract on 16.9.2015. Estimated turnover generation has been calculated at 375 000 GBP per annum. Tenders are invited against 2 ‘Lots’ and tenderers are permitted to submit bids against 1 or both lots. The Lots each have different contract lengths and Authority financial return requirements being: 1. Lot 1: — Contract period of 10 years, — During the initial 10 year term a break clause option is included at year 5 at which point either party may terminate the contract, — The operator must pay the Authority a guaranteed base rent of 20 000 GBP as a minimum each year broken down into quarterly payments paid in advance, — Base rent must be of the same value for each month but may be altered on a year by year basis at the option of the tenderer, — Base rent will be increased in line with CPI inflation index and additionally may be subject to market review every 2.5 years, — The operator must pay the Authority a minimum of 5 % of turnover as part of the quarterly payment, — Turnover share % applied must be of the same level for each quarterly payment although the payment value will obviously fluctuate in-line with the level of turnover achieved within a given quarter, — Turnover share % applied may be altered on a year by year basis at the option of tenderers as long it remains equal to or greater than the 5 % minimum value, — The operator must pay capital contributions to the Authority to a minimum value of 30 000 GBP within each 5 year period of the contract equating to a minimum of 60 000 GBP in total over 10 years, — Capital contribution payments must ideally be paid at the commencement of each financial year, — Capital contributions may fluctuate in value year on year at the option of tenderers, — Any conditions placed upon release of payments must be made clear by tenderers, — Tender evaluation scoring of capital contributions will take account of any conditions, timings of payments and relevant aspects of quality submissions. 2. Lot 2: As Lot 1 above with the exception that: — Contract period of 5 years, — Capital contributions are not mandatory, but if included must be as a committed sum and not as a % linked to turnover, — The proportion of total capital contributions over the 5 years should ideally be significantly higher within the initial 3 years. Tenderers should note that in evaluating tenders that relate to different Lot options, the Authority reserves the absolute right to choose as between which Lot option to award from. In forming this decision, the Authority will take into account the relative risk vs reward balance in relation to the risks associated with letting a longer term contract against the level of capital contribution offered and other financial and qualitative factors included for within the proposal. The successful operator may be given the option of providing a café service at the D-day museum in the near future. This site attracts an additional 75 000 visitors per year and the museum will be closing for total refurbishment in the summer of 2016 with the anticipated re-opening to be sometime in 2017. In respect of the procurement process the following time scales and deadlines apply: — Deadline for requests for clarification: 10.10.2015, 16:00. — Tender return deadline: 24.10.2015, 14:00. — Notification of preferred bidder and standstill start: 4.9.2015. — Contract award: 16.9.2015. Tender documentation can be accessed via the Council's e-sourcing system 'InTend' at the following web address: https://in-tendhost.co.uk/portsmouthcc/aspx/home

Provision of RNAS Yeovilton International Air Days

 | Published July 23, 2016  -  Deadline August 26, 2016
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79952000

Provision of RNAS Yeovilton International Air Days, by means of a Concessions contract, whereby the contractor accepts all of the financial risk, budgets for, plans, manages and books all aspects of the Air Day including booking Aircraft for static display and air display, marquees, portable toilets, trade , catering and refreshment stands and vehicle/traffic management. Whilst promoting the Raval Navy, Fleet Air Arm and Army to raise RNiPE and recruitment opportunities. It should be noted that for the purpose of estimating the total contract value, the cost of manpower and GFA have been taken into account in the total figure in line with Concessions Contract Regs. 2016.

Event services

Ministry of Defence, C&C, C&C | Published October 15, 2016
Winner
A H A Events Limited
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79952000, 85142000, 55520000

This procurement related to the Concessions Contract for Event Management and the supply of goods and services for the Annual RNAS Yeovilton International Air Day event for a period of 3 years plus options for a further 2 years. Provision of RNAS Yeovilton International Air Days, by means of a Concessions contract, whereby the contractor accepts all of the financial risk, budgets for, plans, manages and books all aspects of the Air Day including Aircraft for static and air display, marquees, portable toilets, trade, catering and refreshment stands and vehicle/traffic management. Whilst promoting the Rval Navy, Fleet Air Arm and Army to raise RNiPE and recruitment opportunities. It should be noted that for the purpose of estimating the total contract value, the cost of manpower and GFA have been taken into account in the total figure in line with Concessions Contract Regs. 2016.

Event services

Ministry of Defence, C&C, HMNB Portsmouth | Published July 23, 2016  -  Deadline August 26, 2016
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This procurement related to the Concessions Contract for Event Management and the supply of goods and services for the Annual RNAS Yeovilton International Air Day event for a period of 3 years plus options for a further 2 years. Provision of RNAS Yeovilton International Air Days, by means of a Concessions contract, whereby the contractor accepts all of the financial risk, budgets for, plans, manages and books all aspects of the Air Day including Aircraft for static and air display, marquees, portable toilets, trade, catering and refreshment stands and vehicle/traffic management. Whilst promoting the Royal Navy, Fleet Air Arm and Army to raise RNiPE and recruitment opportunities. It should be noted that for the purpose of estimating the total contract value, the cost of manpower and GFA have been taken into account in the total figure in line with Concessions Contract Regs. 2016.

Arena toilets and backstage toilets and showers for outdoor Forest Live concerts

 | Published November 16, 2015
Winner
AddPlant Ltd
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24955000

We will be awarding a contract for provision of arena toilets and backstage VIP toilets and showers together with staffing, cleaning and gulley services for our Forest Live concert programme taking place over 21 nights at seven forest venues through England. Public arena requirement: • Public units • Disabled units. • Buster urinals • Catering sink waste low level slop tank: • Consumables • Cleaning • Water bowser • Delivery / Collection / Gulley Services Backstage requirement: • Backstage Luxury VIP self-contained Toilet unit • Backstage Luxury shower VIP unit • Backstage low catering sink waste slop tank • Consumables Backstage Suppliers may apply to provide the service for all or any of the following lots: 1. Westonbirt Arboretum, Glos, GL8 8QS 2. Bedgebury Pinetum, Kent, TN17 2SJ 3. Dalby Forest, N. Yorks, YO18 7LR 4. Sherwood Pines, Notts, NG21 9JL 5. Thetford Forest, Suffolk, IP27 0AF 6. Delamere Forest, Cheshire, CW8 2JD 7. Cannock Chase, Staffs, WS15 2UQ We welcome bids from contractors working together in consortiums or sub hiring VIP facilities to ensure they meet our requirements. Our intention is to award this contract for an initial period of 3 years. There will be an option to extend the contract by up to a further two one-year periods making a total of 5 years if all extensions are used.

Provision of RNAS Yeovilton International Air Days

Ministry of Defence, C&C, C&C | Published April 4, 2017  -  Deadline October 19, 2016
Winner
A H A Events Limited
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79952000

Provision of RNAS Yeovilton International Air Days, by means of a Concessions contract, whereby the contractor accepts all of the financial risk, budgets for, plans, manages and books all aspects of the Air Day including booking Aircraft for static display and air display, marquees, portable toilets, trade , catering and refreshment stands and vehicle/traffic management. Whilst promoting the Raval Navy, Fleet Air Arm and Army to raise RNiPE and recruitment opportunities. It should be noted that for the purpose of estimating the total contract value, the cost of manpower and GFA have been taken into account in the total figure in line with Concessions Contract Regs. 2016.

16/006 — External Audit.

University of Portsmouth | Published March 17, 2016  -  Deadline April 18, 2016
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79212100

External Audit Services

The University of Portsmouth intends to appoint an external audit provider to support the activities of the University and its subsidiary undertakings with the necessary audit work on the 2015/16 financial statements. The contract will be awarded annually by The University Board of Governors, but subject to satisfactory performance, the University would not intend to undertake a tender exercise again for at least 5 years. Subject to satisfactory performance, the contract may be extended without formal tendering for up to a maximum of a further 1 year beyond the initial 5 years.

Note:

The appointed supplier will be expected to start work immediately upon award of this contract.

The external audit provider must have sufficient skills, expertise and experience to provide services at least to cover the relevant provisions of the Model Financial Memorandum between HEFCE and Institutions (http://www.hefce.ac.uk/pubs/hefce/2010/10_19). For a university of the complexity and size of Portsmouth, the external auditor would need access to specialist audit skills (e.g. tax, computer audit), to be familiar with specific higher education iUoPes and bring relevant knowledge of the large business units operating within the University (e.g. academic faculties, catering, estates, library services etc.,). The auditor must be aware of developments within Higher Education particularly where these may have mandatory applications to institutions and/or potentially have significant financial effects and risks.

The University will be looking to short-list to a minimum of 5 suppliers at the selection stage of the tender. Only the shortlisted suppliers will have their full ITT's assessed.

To Express an Interest in this project please register on the University of Portsmouth In-Tend webpage and express an interest in this project. Please find the weblink for our webpage below:

https://in-tendhost.co.uk/port/

Refuse and waste related services

First Wessex | Published December 3, 2016  -  Deadline January 16, 2017
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90500000

This Tender includes all waste produced or handled by First Wessex, specifically:

— Waste produced in the course of undertaking planned and responsive repairs to the 18 500 properties managed by First Wessex Property Services — in 2015, this was in excess of 3 500 tonnes of waste.

— Fly-tipped waste left by former tenants in void properties, or in communal areas of occupied properties.

— Construction waste produced by First Wessex Homes.

— Waste produced during operation of other premises we are involved with, including community centres, hostels, extra care schemes and any catering establishments therein.

The following types of waste are outside the scope of this tender:

— Domestic waste — that is, waste produced by our residents living within our properties.

— Waste produced by our sub-contractors or other third parties.

— Waste produced during the construction of new properties when First Wessex Homes is not the contractor.

— Waste from our Offices.

In the financial year 2015-2016, First Wessex Property Services spent 514 000 GBP with it's 3 main Waste Management companies, the majority of this spend is attributed to vans driving to and from the various Transfer Stations with small loads, these visits are broken down as follows for this lot.

Visits to Transfer Station; Portsmouth 1 082 visits.

This lot also includes Skips at our Portsmouth depot and various other waste collections. Please see the Specification and Pricing Matrix for more details.

In the financial year 2015-2016, First Wessex Property Services spent 514 000 GBP with it's 3 main Waste Management companies, the majority of this spend is attributed to vans driving to and from the various Transfer Stations with small loads, these visits are broken down as follows for this lot.

Visits to Transfer Station; Eastleigh 1 035 visits.

This lot also includes Skips at our Eastleigh depot and various other waste collections. Please see the Specification and Pricing Matrix for more details.

In the financial year 2015-2016, First Wessex Property Services spent 514 000 GBP with it's 3 main Waste Management companies, the majority of this spend is attributed to vans driving to and from the various Transfer Stations with small loads, these visits are broken down as follows for this lot.

Visits to Transfer Station; Aldershot 301 visits.

This lot also includes Skips at our Aldershot depot and various other waste collections. Please see the Specification and Pricing Matrix for more details.

In the financial year 2015-2016, First Wessex Property Services spent 514 000 GBP with it's 3 main Waste Management companies, the majority of this spend is attributed to vans driving to and from the various Transfer Stations with small loads.

This lot includes Skips at our all of our depots, various other site waste collections and all weighbridge visits made by our FWPS staff Please see the Specification and Pricing Matrix for more details.

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