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DUD - Framework Agreement for New Build Housing Construction & Advisory Services.

Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council | Published April 4, 2015  -  Deadline May 6, 2015
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45211100, 45211340, 45211360, 45211000, 70110000, 45111291, 45453100, 45111000, 45210000, 45211300, 45211341, 45211200

Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council's new housing Framework is to undertake the design and construction of new Council Housing within the borough of Dudley. As well as providing new homes it is envisaged that the project will deliver community benefits such as employment and regeneration for the community and economy. Dudley MBC invites tenders for places on a Framework Agreement to carry out the design and construction of new build housing. There may also be opportunities for conversion of existing non-domestic buildings into new housing. Pre-construction advisory services will also be included. It is anticipated that there will be 3 contractors on the Framework. However, all work will be allocated to the first placed contractor in this tender for places on the Framework Agreement with a further two contractors being listed as “reserves”. It would not be appropriate to split this Framework into lots, as this will not deliver the expected economies of scale to deliver the economic and community outputs required. In general, work requirements are to comprise of the following areas: — New build housing construction and conversion of existing non-housing buildings — Design services for new build and conversion to housing — Pre construction advisory services, including feasibilities and grant bidding — Demolition and site clearance — Management of statutory authorities and services Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council is PAS 91 compliant and will be utilising the PAS 91 questionnaire for this restricted procedure. PAS 91 is a standardised pre-qualification questionnaire which has been developed to reduce the need for contractors to complete a variety of different pre-qualification questionnaires for different, and in some cases, the same clients. Developed by the British Standards Institute (BSI), the question set has been commissioned by Government and is a recommended common minimum standard for construction procurement. This Framework opportunity is open to other West Midlands Authorities.

DUD — Framework Agreement for New Build Housing Construction and Advisory Services.

Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council | Published November 26, 2015
Winner
Jessup Brothers Limited, Keepmoat Regeneration Ltd, Seddon Construction Limited, Wates Construction Ltd
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45211100, 45453100, 45211360, 45211000, 70110000, 45211340, 45111000, 45210000, 45211300, 45111291, 45211341, 45211200

Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council's new housing Framework is to undertake the design and construction of new Council Housing within the borough of Dudley. As well as providing new homes it is envisaged that the project will deliver community benefits such as employment and regeneration for the community and economy. This Framework opportunity is open to other West Midlands Authorities.

Construction work

Sevenoaks District Council | Published November 12, 2016  -  Deadline December 12, 2016
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45000000

Construction work.

Restricted procedure: Part 1 — PQQ. Part 2 — Selected Design & Build Tender.

Meet the Buyer event at the Kent Construction Expo

Kent County Council | Published August 7, 2014  -  Deadline October 9, 2014
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39000000

On the 8th October 2014 The Kent County Council will be holding a “Meet the Buyer” event at the Kent Construction Expo (http://www.kentconstructionexpo.co.uk/).

By facilitating the Meet the Buyer event at the Kent Construction Expo the Council aims to highlight the opportunities available to SMEs to work on projects/developments in Kent and the South East.  It is designed to create an environment where Specialist Subcontractors can positively interact with the regional and national contractors to nurture future business growth.

The event is completely free, so to arrange an appointment with one or more of the Companies follow the link below

 http://www.kentcons tructionexpo.co.uk/meet-the-buyer/

Also at the event The Kent County Council will be demonstrating The Kent Business Portal www.kentbusinessportal.org.uk.< o:p>

As you have already registered your organisation on the portal please make sure that your details are up to date as the category selection has been improved so procurers can find you more easily.

The previous category of “Works (Construction / Repair / Maintenance)” has now been expanded to include Specialist Trades that will be more appropriate for your company.

To update your details simply;

·        Log into the Portal

·        Click on “My Opportunities”

·        Click on “Update My Details”

·        Click on “Change Category(ies)”

·        Scroll down to “Works (Construction / Repair / Maintenance)” and Click on the code “39000000”

·        Then click on “39130000” (Specialist) or “3914000” (Landscaping) and select the relevant trade(s) for your company

We look forward to seeing you at the Kent Construction Expo.

 

DUD — Bulk Rubbish Removal including House Cleans, Dis-infestations, Fly Tipping and Garden Clearances.

Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council | Published November 13, 2015  -  Deadline December 11, 2015
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90910000, 90923000, 90911200, 77312000

Dudley MBC's Housing Services is inviting tenders from suitably experienced contractors to undertake Bulk Rubbish Removal including House Cleans, Dis-infestations, Fly Tipping and Garden Clearances. The contract will deliver the following aspects: — standard and specialist cleaning, — house cleans to void council owned properties, — dis-infestations, — disinfection, — needle sweeps, — bulk rubbish removal from the inside and outside of council owned properties, and — garden clearance/tidying to council owned properties throughout the Dudley Borough. Provision is also required for a 365-day responsive service for the removal of fly tipping within the Borough. It would not be appropriate to split this contract into lots. Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council is PAS 91 compliant and will be utilising the PAS 91 document as part of the quality aspect of this tender. PAS 91 is a standardised selection criteria questionnaire which has been developed to reduce the need for contractors to complete a variety of different selection criteria questionnaires for different, and in some cases, the same clients. Developed by the British Standards Institute (BSI), the question set has been commissioned by Government and is a recommended common minimum standard for construction procurement.

Construction of new commercial and residential housing developments, refurbishment & regeneration

 | Published June 29, 2016
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45000000

This is an invitation to pre-qualify for the provision of new build commercial and residential housing development, refurbishment and regeneration for Ashford Borough Council and/or its Property Company. The type of property may include, but will not be limited to, office blocks, leisure facilities, retail outlets, sheltered accommodation, houses, flats and bungalows. The term is likely to be 4 years. A bid can be made for more than one Lot.

Crematorium Memorial Wall and Gardens

Tunbridge Wells Borough Council | Published January 26, 2016  -  Deadline January 26, 2016
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12000000

Construction project to build a memorial Wall and refurbish the cloister gardens at Tunbridge Well Crematorium 

West Norwood Fire Station - Construction services for a new fire station and drill tower

London Fire Brigade | Published November 29, 2012  -  Deadline December 28, 2012
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45210000

The existing Fire Station located in West Norwood is in need of modernisation in order that the London Fire Brigade can adequately respond to the changing requirements of the fire service and enable its firefighters to more efficiently carry out their operational and community fire safety duties. A number of refurbishment proposals for the existing site have been carried out in the past but were not deemed acceptable as the complexity of these proposals and the costs have been made more expensive as a result of the existing station being listed in 2006.
The London Fire Brigade has acquired a site for a new fire station and drill tower at 210 Knights Hill, SE27 0QA London, UNITED KINGDOM on the western side of the A215. The site was originally occupied by a two storey disused residential care home which has now been demolished.
The London Fire Brigade is seeking to strengthen its community links within West Norwood by developing a Fire Station designed to create an environment for firefighters and to enhance the interaction with the local community through the provision of modern, accessible and welcoming facilities. The new building will also be compliant with current Equalities and safety legislation. Its design will incorporate the latest energy efficiency technologies including renewable energy.
The London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority have employed a full design team to complete all RIBA design stages and achieve planning permission. They now wish to employ a Contractor to construct the new fire station and drill tower.
 

DBFO contract for a multi-story car park for University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust

University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust | Published April 25, 2016  -  Deadline May 25, 2016
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98351000

A Design, Build, Finance and Operate contract for demolition and construction of a 820 space Multi Storey car park and 400 space secure cycle store. Contract to include provision of temporary parking and operation of the car park.

HG-14-03201/A - Humber Bridge Country Park Experience

 | Published December 16, 2015  -  Deadline January 13, 2016
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71322100

Project Management Services for a HLF funded project involving refurbishment of a listed whiting mill, construction of an accessible ramped path, soft and hard landscaping. There is also a tender for design team services reference HG-14-03201/B

SS14 93 Longfield Road Improvement Scheme Landscaping and Maintenance Works

Kent County Council | Published May 20, 2015  -  Deadline June 26, 2015
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39140000

Longfield Road Tunbridge Wells improvement scheme received DfT ‘Pinch Point’ funding to deliver a road project that reduced congestion, improve journey time reliability and generate growth in the area.  Site clearance for construction purposes took place prior to commencement; this included an “Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty” (AONB) which was subject to Local Planning Regulations for sympathetic re-planting to encourage returning wildlife.  The Landscaping proposals contained within this contract seek to enhance, protect and satisfy the Local planning conditions.  The surrounding business units have similar planting schemes that complement the highway landscaping proposals.

 

Works involve a regime of planting and maintenance predominately within the boundary of the highway with some areas to the rear of the footway.  All associated works on the highway must comply with the New Roads and Street Works Act 1991.  Allowance has been given within the mobilisation period for the procurement of mature and semi-mature species.  A number of tree pits have been included as part of the construction works and therefore only require trees to be planted

 

Calverley Park Play Area

Tunbridge Wells Borough Council | Published February 16, 2017  -  Deadline March 6, 2017
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33100000

Tunbridge Wells Borough Council is contracting for the construction of a new playground area within the existing bowls green at Calverley Grounds. The Calverley Adventure Grounds project is a community-led and funded scheme, designed and fundraised through the local community, with the support of Tunbridge Wells Borough Council. Many local businesses, community groups, individuals and families have worked together to make the scheme become a reality.

The contract will entail the installation of a play area in line with the designs already commissioned as well as any ground works required.

 

Extension to Pluckley Village Hall

PLUCKLEY PARISH COUNCIL | Published August 2, 2016  -  Deadline September 9, 2016
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45262000

Works to extend the existing village (Community) Hall in Station Road, Pluckley, Ashford, Kent, by construction of a single-storey extension, measuring approximately 5.7 meters x 10.2 meters, providing a new entrance and hallway along with provision of new male, female and disabled toilet facilities. The works will include roofing and external cladding. All values and dates in this Notice are estimates

Foxwood and Highview Schools Rebuilding Programme

Kent County Council | Published November 5, 2012  -  Deadline November 21, 2012
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10000000

KCC wishes to use the development of a school site to fund the re-location of two schools from their existing locations within Shepway and co-locate them onto a new site at Park Farm Road, Folkestone, Kent. This new site is within the ownership of KCC and is approximately six acres in size.

 

KCC would like to work with a developer to maximise the value of the existing school site. This site will not be available until the new school has been built at the Park Farm Road site. The disposal of the redundant school site will form the payment to the developer for the construction of the new school.

 

The new school works will consist of the construction of a combined new school for approximately 290 pupils with Special Educational Needs.

The accommodation and facilities will include buildings totalling approximately 6,500 metres sq and external works including access, vehicle drop off points, car parking spaces and hard and soft landscaping and play areas.

 

The site to be disposed of as a part of the package to the chosen developer is a highly desirable fifteen acre site offering sea views in Seabrook Road, Hythe (CT21 5QJ).

 

It is anticipated that this site is suitable for residential use, subject to the necessary approvals being obtained from Shepway Council.

 

A map showing site locations can be found at the contact point above

 

Alternative Proposals

 

The Council is keen to discuss any alternative proposals or suggestions a developer may have which would enable it to realise it’s objectives of providing of a new school.

 

Timescale

KCC would like this school to be available as soon as possible but are anticipating that the new school will be available for occupation by September 2014 enabling the redundant school site to be redeveloped after this time.  (please note the dates above are only indicative)

 

Register an Interest

If you would like to register your interest please do so via the via the Contact Point Above by Wednesday 21st November 2012

KCC is happy to meet and provide further information and answer any questions relating to these proposals.  However if this Notice results in widespread interest and enquiries then the Council is likely to hold a Bidders open meeting.

 

DERBY THEATRE - Replace the roof waterproof membrane to Derby Theatre

University of Derby | Published May 9, 2016  -  Deadline May 19, 2016
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44112400

The project comprises the re-roofing the roofs to Derby Theatre. Replace the roof waterproof membrane to Derby Theatre You are invited to submit a fixed price, lump sum tender for the replacing the roof waterproof membrane to Derby Theatre sited on 15 Theatre Walk, Derby, DE1 2NF . Works will be carried out under the JCT Minor Works Building Contract (2011). The tender pack comprises the following documentation: • Derby Theatre 2016 – Tender Letter • Derby Theatre 2016 – Specification • Derby Theatre 2016 – Preamble • Derby Theatre 2016 – Preliminaries • Derby Theatre 2016 – Pre-Construction Health & Safety Information • Derby Theatre 2016 – Contract Sum Analysis • Derby Theatre – Tender Evaluation Matrix • Drawing 1416/010 Roof Drawing • Roof Condition Survey • Required Demonstration of Competence • Site Safety Rules for Contractors All tenders must be submitted through the University’s In-Tend electronic procurement system. All queries and communications in relation to the tender should be submitted via the In-Tend site. Tenders are to be submitted no later than 12 noon on Friday 20th May 2016 For requests to visit the site during this tender period, please contact Ian Tomblin on (01332) 592120 or via e-mail: i.tomblin@derby.ac.uk

SS1478 - Maidstone Bridges Gyratory, Maidstone

Kent County Council | Published May 27, 2015  -  Deadline June 29, 2015
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39000000

The A229 Fairmeadow, Maidstone is a multi-lane carriageway road situated at the
lower end of the High Street. The current gyratory system crosses two bridges
over the river Medway for vehicles travelling north towards the M20 from
Bishops Way. This is an extremely busy system especially at peak AM & PM
times. Kent County Council is looking for a contractor to deliver this scheme
which involves the construction of two new north bound lanes on
Fairmeadow, alteration of the existing central islands and implementation of
revised traffic signals with associated signage and lining. The scheme will
negate the need for northbound traffic to traverse the two bridges and
implement a more direct route reducing congestion and improve journey time
reliability.

Further background and technical information can be found within the tender documentation. Expressions of interest will only be accepted via the Kent Business Portal. In order to submit your interest in this opportunity please select the ‘Login and Express an Interest’ button located at the bottom of this page. Note that in order to successfully submit your interest you will first need to register for an account. After registration is complete and you've received your login details you should return to the advert for the opportunity and express your interest. You will then be emailed an invitation to submit a tender. Further guidance regarding how to use this portal can be found attached to the bottom of this advert.

 

Longfield Road Improvement Project

Kent County Council | Published October 21, 2013  -  Deadline November 21, 2013
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39000000, 39120000, 39121000, 39121200

Kent County Council (the Council) is the largest local authority in England covering an area of 3,500 square kilometres.  It has an annual expenditure of over £1bn on goods and services and a population of 1.3m.  The Council provides a wide range of personal and strategic services on behalf of its residents, operating in partnership with 12 district councils and 289 parish/town councils.    
The Council consists of four operational directorates (Education Learning & Skills, Families & Social Care, Customer & Communities and Enterprise & Environment) and one service directorate (Business Strategy and Support). This requirement is for the Longfield Road Improvement, North Farm Contract within the Enterprise & Environment Directorate.  
North Farm is a substantial commercial, shopping and strategic employment area within the Borough of Tunbridge Wells.  Primary access is from the A21 along Longfield Road – a single carriageway link road that was built in 1977.  The expansion and popularity of North Farm has put Longfield Road under considerable pressure with considerable delays during peak periods and at weekends.  Some 300 businesses are affected and future development opportunities are at risk.  A scheme to improve Longfield Road to a dual carriageway standard together with improved junctions has been developed. There is considerable support from the business community for the implementation of the scheme and a number of landowners have dedicated small strips of land to enable the scheme to go ahead.
A bid to the Department of Transport for Local Pinch Point Funding was successful and on 22 March 2013, the Transport Secretary announced that funding had been allocated to the scheme.   
The key features of the project include:
  • Improvements to the existing single carriageway along Longfield Road between the existing Dowding Way Roundabout and existing A21 Roundabout, approximately 0.9km in length;
  • Widening the existing single carriageway to a dual carriageway with flexible construction, consisting of 3.5m wide running lanes, with a raised 1.5m central reserve between junctions;
  • Provision of pedestrian and cycle facilities consisting of a 2.5m wide shared route along the south side of Longfield Road from the A21 to the west side of Kings Standing Way, and then crossing to the north side of Longfield Road to continue through the Great Lodge Retail Park junction to the Dowding Way roundabout.
  • Diversion of major services
  • Decommissioning of existing signal controlled junctions.
  • Construction of small retaining walls to account for the cross sectional level differences at the highway boundary and to minimise the impact on the adjoining land. 
  • Provision of new drainage system, mixed with the utilisation of the old system in parts and with traditional gully catchment.
  • Provision of earthworks subsoil drainage improvement works beneath widened embankments.
  • Provision of new street lighting throughout, placed within the raised central reserve except at junctions.
  • Provision of soft landscaping works including tree planting.
  • Provision of new traffic signals for pedestrian / cycle crossings.
  • Provision of associated signing and lining. 
The timetable for this procurement is the following: 
  • Contract Notice date (OJEU) - 21 October 2013
  • Return of Completed PQQs - 21 November 2013
  • Notification of shortlist - w/c 9 December 2013
  • Tender Period 27 January 2014 – 21 March 2014
  • Preferred Bidder(s) Identified - w/c 21 April 2014
  • Contract Award 2 May 2014
  • Mobilisation From 2 May 2014
  • Contract Start June 2014
  • Contract Finish May 2015 
Please note that these dates could be subject to change.  

SS13166 Longfield Road – Advanced Vegetation Clearance Works

Kent County Council | Published December 6, 2013  -  Deadline December 20, 2013
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24000000

Kent County Council (the Council) is the largest local authority in England covering an area of 3,500 square kilometres. It has an annual expenditure of over £1bn on goods and services and a population of 1.3m. The Council provides a wide range of personal and strategic services on behalf of its residents, operating in partnership with 12 district councils and 289 parish/town councils. The Council consists of four operational directorates (Education Learning & Skills, Families & Social Care, Customer & Communities and Enterprise & Environment) and one service directorate (Business Strategy and Support). This requirement is for the Longfield Road Advanced Vegetation Clearance Works, in Tunbridge Wells Contract within the Enterprise & Environment Directorate

Longfield Road – a single carriageway link road that was built in 1977.  The expansion and popularity of North Farm has put Longfield Road under considerable pressure with considerable delays during peak periods and at weekends.  Some 300 businesses are affected and future development opportunities are at risk. 

A scheme to improve Longfield Road to a dual carriageway standard together with improved junctions has been developed by Kent County Council and is planned for construction in 2014/2015. There is considerable support from the business community for the implementation of the scheme and a number of landowners have dedicated small strips of land to enable the scheme to go ahead.

The North Farm project incorporates highway improvements to the existing single carriageway along Longfield Road between the existing Dowding Way Roundabout and existing A21 Roundabout, approximately 0.9km in length;

As part of these proposed highway improvements, advanced vegetation clearance, is required to be carried out ahead of the main construction works and is to be completed prior to 1 March 2014 to avoid the bird nesting season.

Scope of Works

The work will involve 3 main types of vegetation clearance:

Type 1 – All vegetation to be cleared to ground level including felling of mature trees and bushes (Total Area Approximately 4,300m2)

Type 2 – Rhododendron Ponticum only to be cleared to 150mm above ground level. (Total Area Approximately 9,000m2)

Type 3 – All vegetation and Rhododendron Ponticum to be cleared to 150mm above ground level including felling of mature trees and bushes.(Total Area Approximately 9,800m2)

Note that the Type 2 and Type 3 Areas are dormouse habitat and will be subject to Natural England licence restrictions and carried out under the supervision of the project ecologist.

The Vegetation Clearance Works are planned to commence on 20 January 2014 and be completed by 1 March 2014.

All traffic management will be carried out by KCC’s Term Maintenance Contractor.

This work is in preparation only for the Longfield Road Improvement Project that is currently being tendered for via the appropriate procurement process.

 

SS16066 Highways Term Maintenance Contract Prior Information Notice (PIN)

Kent County Council | Published February 15, 2017  -  Deadline March 9, 2017
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23000000, 35000000, 39000000

Kent County Council (the Council) is the largest county council in England covering an area of 3,500 square kilometres. It has an annual expenditure of over £900m on goods and services and a population of 1.3m. The Council provides a wide range of personal and strategic services on behalf of its residents, operating in partnership with 12 district councils and 305 parish/town councils.  The Council is responsible for maintaining over 8700km of carriageways and 6300km of footways across the County. 


The Council’s current Highways Term Maintenance Contract is due to expire on the 31st August 2018 and as part of the Commissioning Cycle, the Authority is keen to understand market conditions before it develops its procurement strategy. During the initial five year term, the average spend of the contract was £45m per annum, but with a challenging forecast in public sector funding, it is highly likely this will be less in the future. The current contract includes (but is not limited to) the following services:

  • Winter Service Provision – i.e. pre-salting of our highway network in accordance with our policy.
  • Drainage Maintenance and Capital Projects – i.e. gully cleansing, drainage investigation and repairs
  • Structures Maintenance – i.e. bridge repairs and construction
  • Patching and Small Resurfacing Services – i.e. pothole repairs and patching of the highway
  • General Maintenance – i.e. kerbing works, slab and brick works, guard railings, signs and reactive hand lining
  • Surface Treatments – i.e., surface dressing, high friction surfacing, micro asphalts and slurry sealing
  • Emergency and out of hours Response – i.e. provision of a 24 /7 /365 emergency highways service to deal with any highway related incidents.
  • Highway Schemes Delivery – i.e. construction of smaller civils and traffic related schemes
  • Signs, lines and barriers
  • Streetlighting routine maintenance, replacement of asset and emergency response (this will be removed from the new contract)


Contractors who wish to express an interest must submit a brief overview of works and services they can provide. This is to be no more than three A4 pages (no less than font size 11) detailing their services, experience and past performance, previous clients and demonstrate what they could contribute should they be invited to take part in this market engagement exercise. The Council will use these submissions to select suitable organisations to be invited to the events. Information regarding the exercise will be communicated to the invited organisations including full details of the process.


The requested information must be submitted via the Kent Business Portal no later than 12pm (noon) on Thursday 9th March 2017. The Council will inform the selected organisations in preparation for the Market Engagement Events that will take place on the 20th, 21st, 29th and 30th March 2017. Organisations not invited as part of this process will not be precluded from applying to take part in the Council's chosen procurement strategy and updates on our findings will be shared in due course.


Should the Council decide to proceed with a procurement process for a contractor/’s to deliver these services, it is estimated that this will commence in the Autumn of 2017.

 

Extra Care Sheltered Housing - Care Contract

Reading Borough Council | Published May 11, 2016  -  Deadline June 8, 2016
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85312000

Reading Borough Council invites expressions of interest to provide care within seven Extra Care schemes for older people in the Borough. The Council’s focus is on promotion of independence and to prevent, reduce or delay the need for support. We want people to build, recover and retain skills to be able to live as full a life as possible. Our Extra Care schemes will act as hubs within the community for older and vulnerable people to access care and social activities. The council currently commissions 1719 hours of care within five Extra Care schemes and this is projected to increase as clients with more complex needs are placed there and two new schemes open. Currently the council spends approximately £1.3 million per year on home care within Extra Care Sheltered Housing schemes. Current provision of Extra Care Housing is focused on 5 buildings with 100% nomination rights held by RBC. These 5 buildings provide 244 units in total. In addition two further schemes are in the process of being constructed and will form part of this estate. These sites under construction will be a mix of leasehold and rental properties. This tender covers 74 council nominated units in these schemes and any council funded care provided within the leasehold units. The services are to be awarded as four separate lots with different start dates: Lot 1 - 30/01/2017 Lot 2 - 01/07/2017 Lot 3 - 01/12/2016 Lot 4 - Est. September 2018 Each contract will run for an initial period of four years with the option of a three year extension period. Invitations to Tender are expected to be issued in the week commencing 27 June. The deadline for submissions of PQQs is 10 June 2016