Medway Council is seeking to appoint consultancy services for Chatham Waterfront Development Site, which represents one of the key regeneration opportunities in Medway, uniquely located in the heart of Medway and on the river front. The aim is to secure the waterfront as a destination in its own right with a distinctive, dynamic and vibrant new residential development above cultural, retail and leisure facilities.
The opportunity has been split into 2 lots:
Lot 1 is for initial advice - The consultant will initially provide advice and recommendation on the development approach which should be followed ensuring the Council obtains best consideration and delivers development as quickly as possible. The options include:
Negotiated developer procurement;
Joint venture opportunities; and
disposal of the site
Lot 2 covers subsequent consultancy of preferred option - The consultant will provide full support through the resulting procurement or disposal process including ongoing advice, marketing, developer selection, evaluation and assist through the negotiation of a development agreement where applicable:
Consultants have the option to bid for either or both lots.
Medway Council wishes to select and appoint a suitable Contractor for the provision of a Rochester Community Governance Consultation and invites Suppliers to submit a quotation to meet the Council’s requirements
The Contract is anticipated to commence upon 03/03/17 and will continue for a period of 5 months unless terminated in accordance with the Conditions of Contract
The Council is looking to appoint an external consultant to assist on the drainage design. The services are required to support the Planning Application.
The Contracting Authority has identified that the scope of this procurement falls within a business sector which may be attractive to infiltration by organised crime groups. The Contracting Authority therefore reserves the right to include enhanced probity checks / requirements at both the selection and award stages of the procurement. This may include, but not be limited to, verification that a supplier, or any person with powers of representation, decision or control therein, has not infringed the mandatory grounds for exclusion set out in Regulation 57 (1) of the Public Contract Regulations 2015
Medway Council wishes to engage a suitably qualified and experienced organisation (“the Consultant”) to a provide a strategy for flood risk management for the Chatham Waterfront area to reduce the current risk of flooding and provide a 1 in 200 year standard of protection throughout the embayment area, taking into account the impacts of climate change.
A clear strategy is required to address the flood risk to the area with a view to establishing solutions to reduce flood risk to the existing receptors, improve the visual quality of the area and to inform investment decisions..
It is envisaged that the strategy for flood risk management will be completed and a report provided by 30th September 2017, subject to the consultants schedule programme.
Medway Council are seeking assistance with the transformation of their approach to delivering Adult Social Care.
Currently the approach undertaken follows a traditional Short term assessment, enablement, long-term assessment, long-term support plan, care package approach. There is an increasing demand on Medway Council’s Adult Social Care resources.
Medway Council are looking to adopt an approach that will increase the use of family and community resources and change the approach to service delivery from a care package by default to a care package as last resort as a solution. This approach is looking to deliver on the promises of personalisation, instilling a cultural change within Adult Social Care that leads to the use of long-term care packages becoming the approach of last resort rather than the default option.
Although Medway Council have a vision of how they want to deliver Adult Social Care in the future, they require assistance in the design and implementation of this approach and seek quotations from appropriately skilled and experienced consultancy companies to aid them in the design and implementation.
Medway Council are seeking to establish a professional services consultancy framework to cover civil and structural engineering requirements, which will be awarded over 3 lots to successful bidders. The framework will initially run for 2 years with an option to extend for a further 2 years. The framework will also be open to be accessed by all public sector bodies in Kent.
Medway Council are seeking to establish a professional services consultancy framework to cover civil and structural engineering requirements, which will be awarded over 3 lots to successful bidders.
The framework will initially run for 2 years with an option to extend for a further 2 years. The framework will also be open to be accessed by all public sector bodies in Kent.