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Provision of a Consultant Stroke Physician to South Petherton Community Hospital

YEOVIL DISTRICT HOSPITAL NHS FOUNDATION TRUST | Published October 28, 2015  -  Deadline September 7, 2015
Taunton & Somerset NHS Founation Trust

Specialist medical input by a Consultant Stroke Physician to the Community Rehabilitation Services for Stroke at South Petherton Community Hospital.

Planning Consultant for Falmouth Exeter Plus

FALMOUTH EXETER PLUS | Published September 2, 2015  -  Deadline September 18, 2015

Introduction: Falmouth Exeter Plus is the service delivery partner of Falmouth University (Falmouth) and the University of Exeter (UoE) that delivers shared Higher Education services and facilities for UoE and Falmouth in Cornwall. Falmouth Exeter Plus’s purpose is to help Falmouth and UoE achieve their global ambitions and support them in providing their students with a life-changing university experience. Our name reflects the strong link to our Higher Education partners. It also signifies the added value that we bring through the development and delivery of shared facilities and services for students and staff. We are constantly reviewing and enhancing our services to reflect the needs of students and staff. Specification: Falmouth Exeter Plus requires an experienced Planning Consultant to create and support the promotion of a strategy to increase the number of students enrolled at the Penryn Campus from 5,000 to 7,500 students and potentially further increase in the future. This relates specifically to condition 19 of the extant outline planning permission that restricts the number of students on campus to 5,000 FTE. In addition to this, we require advice and support on creating a strategy in relation to the promotion of a business park, sports and recreation space and new student residencies (on third party land). Requirement: The Planning Consultant must be able to deliver the following disciplines: • The submission of planning applications and variation of existing consents • Full management of and input into Local Plan inquiries if required on behalf of FX Plus • Market Research into the feasibility of the project(s) • Identify and collate supporting evidence in relation to proposed expansion plans • Development and design briefs • Environmental research and impact Whilst this is not mandatory - knowledge of the local area would be preferred.

Economic Evaluation Consultant

FALMOUTH EXETER PLUS | Published May 20, 2015  -  Deadline May 29, 2015

The University of Exeter’s Environment and Sustainability Institute (ESI) is a £30 million centre leading cutting-edge, interdisciplinary research into solutions to problems of environmental change. In so doing, it is enhancing people’s lives by improving their relationships with the environment. The overall objective is to evaluate how well the project has delivered against the original business case parameters and output targets, focussing on capital project delivery (building, procurement and governance) and business engagement activities. The study will be used for a number of purposes: 1. Provide the senior executive team with an overall summary of the delivery of the ESI project in terms of expenditure, processes, governance and lessons learned; 2. Provide the senior executive team with a balanced review of facilities and their alignment with the research goals of the ESI Director and the original business case; 3. Provide the senior executive team with up to date information on the economic impact of the ESI operation in Cornwall & IoS to the end of December 2014; 4. Provide a baseline from which the impact of future development of the ESI’s operations in Cornwall may be benchmarked; 5. Examine the ESI’s research and knowledge exchange activity in Cornwall & IoS and its impact on the economy of Cornwall; 6. Review recent performance of Cornwall & IoS’s economy and establish how this might have influenced projected economic outcomes and results for the ESI; 7. Provide information for Exeter to share with funders and wider stakeholders in Cornwall;

General finance and Tax Consultant services

FALMOUTH EXETER PLUS | Published April 21, 2015  -  Deadline May 15, 2015

Falmouth University would like to invite potential advisers to provide general financial, business and tax advice to current and future students as part of the BA Business Entrepreneurship course at the Penryn and Falmouth campuses. This advice will be aimed, for the most part, at generic new business start-ups and will offer support on; • Accountancy and Book-keeping • Corporate / Personal Tax • Payroll and VAT • Company Formations and business set-up • General Financial and Investment Advice • HMRC Investigations • Business Recovery and Insolvency • Setting up bank accounts • How to engage with business professionals • What tax issues to consider.

Oxstalls Campus Development - Design Team Service

UNIVERSITY OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE | Published September 18, 2015  -  Deadline October 19, 2015

The University of Gloucestershire (‘The Employer’) has the requirement for a single economical operator (‘The Supplier’) with relevant capacity, capability and experience to provide a design team service for the next stage of the Oxstalls Development. The high level output for this commission is expected to include, but may not be limited to: Lead designer, Architect, Civil & structural engineer, Building services engineer, Planning consultant, Fire engineer, Interior & lighting designer, Acoustic consultant, Environmental consultant, Highways consultant, Landscape architect.

Consultancy for the development of a disposable reagent cartridge for an in-vitro diagnostic

University Of The West Of England | Published January 14, 2016  -  Deadline February 19, 2016

UWE have secured funding for developing a new in-vitro diagnostic system for COPD patients. They now seek a consultant organisation to help develop working prototype disposable reagent cartridge as part of this system. The contract will be for approximately 12 months. Please register on In-tend and then express your interest on the project.

Consultancy for the development of a disposable reagent cartridge for an in-vitro diagnostic

University Of The West Of England | Published March 18, 2016  -  Deadline April 8, 2016

UWE have secured funding for developing a new in-vitro diagnostic system for COPD patients. They now seek a consultant organisation to help develop working prototype disposable reagent cartridge as part of this system. The contract will be for approximately 12 months. Please register on In-tend and then express your interest on the project.

Provision of Consultancy Team Services for New Office Accommodation

UKHO | Published December 3, 2015  -  Deadline January 18, 2016

The supply of consultancy team services for UKHO's new office accommodation. The requirement is separated into 2 lots: Lot 1 is for the provision of Architect led Design Team Services with a full supporting team of sub consultants. Lot 2 is for Cost Consultant and Contract Administration Services. More detail is contained in Section 4 of the Statement of requirements. Tenderers are required to bid for Lot 1 or Lot 2; the Authority will not accept bids for both Lots from one Tenderer or any economic operator affiliated to that Tenderer. Full details are contained in the accompanying documents.

HRA for Ashton Park planning application 15/04736/OUT

Wiltshire Council | Published October 7, 2015  -  Deadline October 16, 2015

HRA for Ashton Park planning application 15/04736/OUT The Council wishes to engage an appropriately experienced consultant to undertake an Appropriate Assessment.

The Upgraded Education Programme for New ESCIT Team Recruits - Consultancy Competency

DEFENCE EQUIPMENT & SUPPORT | Published January 6, 2016  -  Deadline January 6, 2016
Roleplay UK

In July 2013 the DE&S Director Technical required that ESCIT should extend its programme to 2020 and thus open recruitment to its Support System Consultant (SSC) development scheme.To enable this specialist/vocational technical training, ESCIT has developed an upgraded education programme. The ESCIT Introduction to Consultancy Skills programme directly supports the DE&S requirement to generate Suitably Qualified & Experienced Personnel, without any reduction in quality of SSC output. This programme is an essential part of the SSC's professional development path. This upgraded education needs to be delivered to new ESCIT recruits through Directed Learning and Coaching Through Simulation.

Activity Plan Services for the Luxulyan Valley HLF Project

CORNWALL COUNCIL | Published December 23, 2015  -  Deadline January 27, 2016

The Luxulyan Valley project is a combined heritage restoration and renewable energy project located in rural Cornwall. Alongside the heritage restoration works will be an ambitious activity plan that will create more opportunities for people to engage with the valley’s historic and natural heritage. Audience development and targeted learning and participation activities are central to achieving this. Cornwall Council is seeking a quotation for consultancy services for the Round 2 Heritage Lottery Fund application. The consultancy services required are: 1. Activity Plan Consultant to lead on the creation and drafting of the Activity Plan. 2. Learning Consultant to develop an education and learning programme targeting children, young people and adults. 3. Interpretation and Exhibition Design Consultant to develop the interpretation and strategy proposals and prepare the Exhibition Plan for an exhibition at Wheal Martyn Museum. The Luxulyan Valley is located in the east of Cornwall and an important site within the Cornwall and West Devon Mining Landscape World Heritage Site.

Expert Consultant to Advance Development of Business Case for a New Torbay Domestic Abuse Service

Torbay Council | Published February 11, 2016  -  Deadline March 21, 2016

Torbay Council have secured funding through the Big Lottery Fund (BLF) to support the appointment of an expert (or partnership) to advance research and development in the area of domestic violence and domestic abuse (DVA). The aim is to deliver a clear business case based on cost savings and a tariff mechanism that identifies a new service for Torbay which will improve outcomes and reduce the demand for high cost services across the TPST partnership. BLF have provided the funding under the headings ?Investor strategy and investor stakeholder engagement, expert stakeholder engagement and research, beneficiary cohort consultation and consultation and engagement with delivery partners?. The BLF requires the work to be completed by the end of May 2016.

Hall For Cornwall - Laser and Measured Building Survey

CORNWALL COUNCIL | Published May 29, 2015  -  Deadline June 19, 2015

The Hall For Cornwall Trust wishes to procure a consultant to undertake a detailed laser and measured survey of its Grade II* listed building in the yeart of Truro. A full survey of the building based on a 3D LADAR scan is required in order to facilitate an architectural design and listed building consent application.

Tintagel Bridge & Dark Age Buildings Project

English Heritage-Estates | Published November 19, 2015  -  Deadline December 11, 2015

English Heritage, the guardian of Tintagel Castle, a scheduled ancient monument on the north Cornish coast, is now searching for a dedicated and talented quantity surveying practice to be part of the consultant team for a twenty-first century, cliff top footbridge and an interpretation project to improve understanding of the Dark Age settlement on the headland. Twenty-eight metres higher than the current crossing and 72m in span, the bridge will open up exhilarating views of the Island, coastline and Atlantic seascape as it traces the path – now lost through collapse and erosion – of the original land-link. Alongside the Dark Age buildings, it is expected to transform the visitor experience. The new structure has been the focus of a competition to find the design team and as part of the competition, English Heritage has requested a design concept. It envisages an elegant, even structurally daring, concept, which is beautiful in its own right and sensitively balanced with the landscape and exceptional surroundings – the site lying within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. In association with the Bridge and Dark Age buildings project, the successful quantity surveying practice will work with landscape architects on an associated landscape project, which aims to improve access, repair paths and redress erosion on the property, which lies within a Site of Special Scientific Interest. The design competition will be concluded by the end of January 2016 and the whole consultant team will be expected to start work on the feasibility stage of the project immediately.

Options and Feasibility Study - St Austell Market House, St Austell, Cwll

St Austell Market House CIC | Published February 8, 2016  -  Deadline February 19, 2016

The consultant(s) would need to produce an options appraisal and ultimately a feasibility study report to provide an objective and professional assessment of appropriate options for the building's long term future uses. The consultant's report should clearly and precisely indicate the likely success or failure of various options in both conservation and financial terms. It should enable the Board to demonstrate to other interested stakeholders and grant giving bodies. As such, the appraisal should: a. Define the beneficial options for its future b. Include a market analysis c. Define the viability including an assessment of its likely property market appeal d. Determine a preferred scheme and the benefits of such an approach e. Identify potential funding sources f. Integrate the valuations and rental income into each option g. Provide a financial analysis and viability of each option h. Determine a long term management and financial plan i. Identify a preferred implementation strategy with appropriate timetable

Development of the Upgraded Education Programme for New ESCIT Team Recruits – ESCIT product capability

DEFENCE EQUIPMENT & SUPPORT | Published March 10, 2016  -  Deadline March 24, 2016

In Jul 2013, DE&S Director Technical required that Equipment Support Continuous Improvement Team (ESCIT) should extend its programme to 2020. ESCIT will therefore need to re-open the input to its Support Systems Consultant (SSC) development scheme. In the past the development of SSC has taken 2 years to produce fully competent & confident practitioners. ESCIT is seeking to reduce this development time, without any reduction in quality of SSC output. There is an immediate need to deliver an upgraded education package for new Equipment Support Continuous Improvement Team (ESCIT) recruits. ESCIT operates as a DE&S internal consultancy group, specialising in Support Systems Engineering.

Review of flexible modes of delivery for PGT Provision

UNIVERSITY OF EXETER | Published June 12, 2015  -  Deadline June 19, 2015

The University of Exeter wishes to commission consultants for work in two lots: Lot 1: Evaluation of best practice internationally in relation to the flexible delivery of high quality postgraduate taught provision. Lot 2: An assessment of the capacity and readiness of the University of Exeter to deliver flexible PGT provision. Overview of lots: Lot 1: Evaluation of best practice internationally in relation to the flexible delivery of high quality postgraduate taught provision. The purpose of this lot is to provide a report that increases the University’s understanding of the nature of provision from its competitors, and to obtain an expert review of the most effective flexible provision those institutions may be offering. The University’s comparator group for this research is the 24 universities that are members of the Russell Group in the UK and the World Top 200 universities in the THE World University Rankings. Lot 2: An assessment of the capacity and readiness of the University of Exeter to deliver flexible PGT provision. This lot will provide a report that will inform future decisions on whether to offer more flexible PGT provision, and if the University wishes to develop and deliver flexible provision, what would be required in order to be able to do so successfully. The University wishes to price its provision within the top decile in the UK, so will need to ensure it has the capacity and capability to deliver a high quality offering, commensurate with the price. There are a number of dimensions of institutional capacity and readiness, listed below, that should be investigated. The Consultant should identify their proposed methodology in their tender, but it is anticipated that in addition to desk research the Consultant will wish to interview key personnel in academic disciplines and priority professional services to inform their recommendations.

Planning, delivery and evaluation of Women in Business event

Wiltshire Council | Published October 21, 2015  -  Deadline November 9, 2015

We are seeking a consultant/event manager to take the lead on planning, co-ordinating, delivering and evaluating a one-day conference and meeting on the theme of Women in Business, which will take place on International Women's Day, 8th March 2016. This event follows a similar one, held at Bowood House in 2015, and we aim to build on the success of the first event, taking into account feedback and new ideas. The Enterprise Network (TEN) is the official organiser of the Women in Business conference, and we will be working with a number of partner business support organisations to maximise our reach and effectiveness. TEN is an initiative led by Wiltshire Council with Government and EU funding, which aims to nurture new and growing small and micro businesses in Swindon and Wiltshire.


DEPARTMENT FOR ENVIRONMENT, FOOD & RURAL AFFAIRS | Published May 7, 2015  -  Deadline May 27, 2015

Forestry Commission England (FCE) is divided into two main areas, Forest Enterprise England (FEE) and Forest Services (FS). These areas are supported by a National Office Team based in Bristol. FCE is reliant on effective and efficient IS Services to achieve successful delivery of its corporate targets. This requirement is commissioned specifically by FEE as the biggest organisation within England with the largest user base and systems landscape. The scope though will need to cover the requirements of FS due to the close integration currently in place. We currently benefit from the provision of Information Services as part of the Forestry Commission’s Corporate Services Team based in Silvan House in Edinburgh. This IS Service is a shared and integrated service delivered across FC to colleagues within Scotland, to our Central Services teams and to Forest Research, as well as FCE. The service covers the full range of IS functions including Enterprise Systems Delivery, Desktop Management, Data Networks, voice networks, Business Solutions Development, Radio and Electronics and Service Desk. Integral to these technical services, is also the provision of a broader set of management activities. As the Forestry Commission continues to devolve over the next 5 years, FEE and FCE more broadly needs to take responsibility for its own delivery of corporate services which includes Information Services. It therefore needs to develop a strong understanding of its current and future IS requirements, and options and business cases for future service delivery. Please express your interest in this tender to Sarah Willmott by email or in writing by the 27th of May 2015 to allow us to notify you of any questions and answers we may receive.

BaNES CCG Community Diabetes Specialist Nurse Service

South, Central and West Commissioning Support Unit | Published August 4, 2015  -  Deadline September 1, 2015

NHS Bath & North East Somerset Clinical Commissioning Group (BaNES CCG) seeks to commission a Community Diabetes Specialist Nursing service. The successful provider would need to develop the service in line with the development of the overall diabetes care pathway in BaNES. The objectives are to: • To provide consistent, evidence-based community diabetes clinics (with home visits for housebound patients) that are tailored to meet individual patient’s needs and optimise both access and sustainability of service. • Proactively case-manage patients in community settings when acute exacerbations of a co-morbidity impact upon diabetes management. • Provide support in specialist areas of diabetes care, transitional and young person’s care, structured education programmes, foot and renal services. • Liaise with primary care and community based health care professionals, including care homes, to develop and provide individual personalised care plans. • To provide education to other health care professionals involved in caring for people with diabetes, offering mentorship and competency sign off where appropriate. • Lead regular educational sessions/virtual wards (the community multidisciplinary diabetes team sessions) with an RUH Diabetic Consultant across all BaNES practices. • Provide telephone/email support to other health care professionals, including care homes. • To offer a single point of access to health care professionals and patients for both routine and urgent cases. • Delivery of effective group education programmes (for patients with type 1 and 2 diabetes) to empower patients with diabetes to maintain independence and for greater self-management. Locally there were 7600 people (aged 17+) diagnosed with either Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes on GP registers in 2013-/14 (4.6% of the CCG 17+ population). The national prevalence is 6.2%. With the expected increase in population and obesity trends, the prevalence of diagnosed and undiagnosed diabetes in BaNES in patients aged over 16 years, is projected to increase to 7.4% by 2030. Referrals to consultant-led outpatient diabetes clinics are rising at 7% per annum. Diabetes patients are also getting older and increasingly have other comorbidities which add to the complexity of caring for these patients. There is variation in the number of patients with Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes who receive the nine recommended care processes with 49.2% of patients with Type 1 diabetes receiving eight out of the nine processes and 66.0% of patients with Type 2 diabetes receiving them (National Diabetes Audit 2011/12 – eight processes as retinal screening omitted due to unreliable data). Furthermore, only 13.6% of patients with Type 1 diabetes and 22.9% of patients with Type 2 diabetes were meeting their treatment targets for HbA1c, cholesterol and blood pressure (National Diabetes Audit 2011/12). There are 27 GP practices in NHS Bath and North East Somerset CCG (k...