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Specialist Change and Communications Consultant

 | Published November 23, 2015
Winner
KMG Communications
cpvs
79000000

This award is an extension to Highways England's Specialist Change and Communications Consultant award.

Social, Emotional, Mental Health Learning Provision Consultant

 | Published June 9, 2016
cpvs
98000000

Social, Emotional, Mental Health Learning Provision Consultant

YNE CTO Spatial Planning Manager consultant supoort

Highways England | Published July 27, 2017  -  Deadline August 1, 2017
Winner
CH2M
cpvs
71356400

Consultant support to the spatial planning team in the South and East Yorkshire regions

Spatial Planning Manager Consultant Support

Highways England | Published June 28, 2017  -  Deadline June 22, 2017
Winner
CH2M
cpvs
71356400

Consultant support for the role of Spatial Planning Manager for South and East Yorkshire regions.Within South and East Yorkshire region, analyse and manage future opportunities and threats to the safety and effectiveness of the network as a result of spatial planning and economic growth. Ensure that the company meets its legal obligations as a statutory consultee in the town and country planning system.

Request for Quotation for the provision of consultancy for Museum Audience Development

North Lincolnshire Council | Published April 9, 2015  -  Deadline April 17, 2015
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North Lincolnshire Museums Service on behalf of Hull City Council, ERYC Museums and are seeking to appoint a under 5s consultant. The appointed consultant will be managed by North Lincolnshire Museum Service. The consultant will be required to provide a detailed picture of the current situation for under 5s across the HMP Museums. This information will be used to ensure each site is being used to its full potential and will shape future provision at each venue. There are 12 venues included in the project including two at North Lincolnshire, five in Hull and five across the East Riding. The consultant will observe, engage and consult with existing under 5s audiences and current non users. They will review the current activities, provisions and facilities for under 5s at each Museum Service in the project to see what works and what lessons can be learnt in the future. They will also look beyond the Humber region to best practice for under 5s in other Museum Services. They will also look to the legacy of the project to ensure that the value of cultural learning is embedded in Early Years training. All the findings will be collated in a report along with detailed recommendations. The consultant will have the opportunity to pilot one of the recommendations in each region. Further information is available in the request for quotation documents available on YORtender. The deadline for the submission of quotations is 12noon 17 April 2015

Independent Travel Training Procurement Provider Consultant Event

Leeds City Council | Published May 13, 2016  -  Deadline July 31, 2016
cpvs
80000000

Are you a provider of independent travel training for children & young people and adults with SEND (special educational needs and disabilities), or are you interested in becoming one?

 

Purpose: This event is being organised by Leeds City Council Passenger Transport and Commissioning, Contacting & Market Management, to help inform the commissioning of an Independent Travel Training service by way of competitive tender. The tender is due to be advertised on 27th June 2016, with a new three year contract (with the option to extend by a further two 12 month periods) to start in January 2017. The contract value is expected to be in the region of £200k to £250,000 per annum.

 

We would like to welcome providers and potential providers of independent travel training to attend and influence how this service is commissioned. Your views are important in shaping the future of travel training for children & young people and adults with SEND (special educational needs and disabilities) in Leeds.

 

Estates Consultancy Services 352SC.

Leeds Beckett University | Published December 18, 2014  -  Deadline January 20, 2015
cpvs
71000000

Consultancy services framework for estates services to cover 11 disciplines: Project Management, Cost Management, Architect, Building Surveyor, Mechanical and Electrical Services Engineer, Structural Engineer, Landscape Architect, Interior Designer, Accessibility Consultant, Clerk of Works, Commissioning and Document Management.

Estates Consultancy Services 352SC.

Leeds Beckett University | Published December 18, 2014  -  Deadline January 19, 2015
cpvs
71500000, 71530000, 71310000, 71000000, 71000000, 71310000, 71000000, 71000000, 71000000, 71000000, 71000000, 71000000, 71000000

Consultancy services framework for estates services to cover 11 disciplines: Project Management, Cost Management, Architect, Building Surveyor, Mechanical and Electrical Services Engineer, Structural Engineer, Landscape Architect, Interior Designer, Accessibility Consultant, Clerk of Works, Commissioning and Document Management.

Monitoring surveyor

 | Published June 7, 2016
cpvs
71315000

As part of the preparation of the Agency’s funding approval the Consultant will prepare a report (the “Initial Report”) and will be required to attend meetings with the Borrower, Contractor(s), Sub-contractors, Professional Team or other advisors. This Scope of Services for the Monitoring Surveyor (the “Scope”) is designed to cover the key risks of typical concern to the Agency and instruct the Consultant to review and notify the Agency of other risks not expressly stated in this Scope. Ultimately it is for the Consultant to decide on the makeup of the final reports issued to the Agency using the Consultant’s professional judgement. For the avoidance of doubt it is the duty of the Consultant to request information from the Agency and the Borrower as the Consultant considers necessary in order to prepare the Initial Report. The Consultant must notify the Agency if the lack of information is causing difficulties in preparation of the Initial Report. For the avoidance of doubt where construction activities have commenced on the Site the Consultant will undertake as many site visits as it considers necessary to complete the Initial Report. It is mandatory for the Consultant to attend the Site in preparation of the Initial Report. The Agency takes no responsibility for the accuracy of the Consultants reports or correspondence. The Agency acknowledges that the procurement strategy and the procurement process of the Works will differ project-to-project and to the extent that the Consultant wishes to dis-apply parts of this scope due to the element not being relevant on the facts of the project the Agency would ask that the Consultant state in writing what parts it wishes to disregard and the reason(s) for doing so and in advance of Instruction. To be set out in substantially in the form set out in Appendix 3 (Template for Reporting) of Schedule 2; and i. in both hard copy, with a sufficient number of copies reasonably requested by the Agency, and an electronic or PDF scanned copy; ii. prior to the execution of the funding documents the Consultant will provide the Agency with the Initial Report. The Consultant should send a sample or specimen report to the Agency in order to agree the final format which is to be used. Where, in completing the Initial Report, the Consultant raises issues of concern that the Consultant feels strongly should be brought to the attention of the Agency. The Consultant will prepare a list or schedule of these issues that the Consultant will submit to the Agency as soon as reasonably practicable. This is to avoid the raising of issues immediately prior to signing the Facility Agreement. Scope of Services Monitoring Surveyor (Tender) v.1.1 (08.10.2015) 2.2 Assessment of general feasibility 2.2.1 Introduction The Consultant will review the proposed Works that make up the Project making specific comment on the development risk that may impact on the likely success of the Project and the measures that are available.

NHS Leeds West CCG, NHS Leeds North CCG and NHS Leeds South & East CCG AQP Consultant-Led Community Ophthalmology Service

NHS Leeds West CCG, NHS Leeds North CCG and NHS Leeds South & East CCG | Published December 5, 2014  -  Deadline January 12, 2015
cpvs
85100000

Brief Description of Service Requirements: To provide a Community Ophthalmology service for patients registered with a Leeds GP Practice. The service will deliver an innovative, high quality, efficient service closer to patients’ homes. The service focuses on shifting care from a hospital setting into the community not just for the management of acute pathways, but also in the context of chronic eye disease to alleviate the pressures on the secondary care system and bring high quality and personalised health services closer to patients. Commissioners in Leeds are committed to ensuring that there is an active framework for fostering continuous improvement in the delivery of eye health services as a whole. Providers of community ophthalmology services will consequently be required to contribute to a Consultant Led Ophthalmology Delivery Network (CLODN) with a responsibility to develop and implement citywide approaches to :- •Reducing unwarranted clinical variation •Development of appropriate, safe and effective clinical pathways and protocols (including care being delivered in appropriate settings using appropriate skill mixes • Sharing best practice• Fostering innovation •Assuring quality •Fostering system integration •Supervising system wide audit, training and development, and peer review/peer support. A comprehensive specialist community ophthalmology service to provide a full local pathway for Leeds patients encompassing: • Clinical assessment and triage • Opinion and Advice for patients •Treatment and recovery where applicable •Discharge back to the appropriate level of care •Referral onwards only where appropriate The service required for the City will: • Offer patients a choice of locations and appointment times, ensuring equitable timely and appropriate access; • Ensure that patients are seen and treated in a safe environment, most appropriate to their care needs; •Provide best value for money, delivering effective and sustainable use of resources. For the pricing structure please see Schedule 3 within the contract Particulars , this is non-negotiable. Please note that the local tariff prices will not attract Market Forces Factor (MFF). In addition to areas where we have current provision, applications will be welcomed from Providers who would establish services in areas which are currently underserved including Wetherby and or Garforth. The successful Providers will be offered the 2015/16 NHS Standard Contract which is yet to be published by NHS England. It should be noted that under the Any Qualified Provider model, there will be no guarantees of volume or payment in the contracts awarded. A CQUIN scheme will be available. Service specifications and the electronic application form can be found online at www.nhssourcing.co.uk and applications will be received until 12/01/15. The qualification period for this AQP procurement will last for three years, with contracts being issued and reviewed annually. A bidder event is planned to take place before the closing date. Potential applicants can register their interest to attend by emailing dorothyhodgins@nhs.net by 12th December 2014.

A303 Amesbury to Berwick Down

 | Published January 14, 2016
Winner
Arup / Atkins JV
cpvs
71311000

Award of consultant to carry out options work (PCF 1 & 2)

266/SW/N/15 Hot Isostatic Powder Processing Consultancy

University Of Sheffield | Published July 16, 2015  -  Deadline August 17, 2015
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266/SW/N/15 Hot Isostatic Powder Processing Consultancy The University of Sheffield, Nuclear Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre wishes to procure services of a specialist consultant with specific experience and expertise in Hot Isostatic Powder Processing of metallic materials, in particular in the manufacture of stainless steel and nickel based components. A consultant is required with specific experience and knowledge of Powder Metallurgy and Hot Isostatic Pressing (PM/HIP) in order to support Nuclear AMRC in research and development activities. This tender will establish a framework agreement for services, the number of days required is envisaged to be in the region of 60 per twelve months, but this quantity is not guaranteed and may be higher or lower. The award of the agreement does not guarantee any amount of work. The ITT can be downloaded by registering and expressing your interest on the University's e-tendering system: https://in-tendhost.co.uk/Sheffield. Any queries or issues arising from this exercise may be directed through this system. Completed tenders must be returned through the same e-tendering system. The closing date for return of tenders is 17th of August 2015 12 noon (UK Time)

CHASE CRM CONSULTANCY

West Yorkshire Passenger Transport Executive | Published December 14, 2015  -  Deadline January 7, 2016
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WYCA is delivering a programme called SCIP - Smart Card and Information Programme. One of the projects is the CHASE project. The Customer Information Systems project is delivering the CHASE system (Customer Hubs and Service Experience), which is designed to enable WYCA's customers to have a seamless, comprehensive experience of interacting with WYCA, whether for feedback, information, passes application, replacement, renewal and purchase of tickets. A central system, based on Microsoft Dynamics CRM2015 online, allows customers to manage their own accounts and for front line staff to support them effectively no matter when or how they contract Metro (the public facing side of WYCA). The CHASE system will be available to any customers of WYCA/WYTco (West Yorkshire's public transport ticketing company) services. WYCA is seeking an experienced Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015 consultant to assist both WYCA and Yorcard with best practice advice around varying aspects of our CRM development.

Refreshing the Leeds City Region housing and regeneration plan

Leeds City Council | Published August 21, 2013  -  Deadline September 11, 2013
cpvs
73000000, 73210000, 79410000

Leeds City Council are seeking a suitably qualified consultant to update and refresh the housing and regeneration strategy and investment plan for the Leeds City Region.  

 

Spatial Planning Arrangement: SCDC- Felixtowe AAP Cumulative Impact Assignment Stage 1b - Assess Cumulative Impacts on Key Junctions

 | Published January 28, 2016
Winner
AECOM
cpvs
71000000

This task comprises the analysis of the capacity of key junctions on the existing network in support of steps 1-5 in the Consultant Brief for Transport Impact Assessment.

RM382 Single Source AV Contractor.

Leeds Beckett University | Published May 30, 2015  -  Deadline June 30, 2015
cpvs
32322000

The University is undertaking a number of refurbishment projects and wishes to appoint an AV consultant and contractor to assist with all stages of AV design and build works.

Yorkshire Housing Water Hygiene — PP672.

Yorkshire Housing Ltd. | Published February 9, 2016
Winner
Suez Advanced Solutions UK Ltd, Integrated Water Systems, H20 Chemicals Ltd
cpvs
71600000, 71700000, 71610000, 71317200

(Please note that Orbit are acting as the procurement consultant facilitating this exercise).

Yorkshire Housing have appoint preferred suppliers to enter into a framework agreement to provide water hygiene and management services.

Yorkshire Housing Repairs, Voids, Refurbishment and Adaptations; PFI Swarcliffe — PP680.

Yorkshire Housing | Published September 24, 2015  -  Deadline October 21, 2015
cpvs
50000000, 45453100, 45260000, 45300000, 45400000, 50700000, 50800000

(Please note that Orbit are acting as the procurement consultant facilitating this exercise) Yorkshire Housing are seeking to appoint preferred suppliers to enter into a framework agreement to carry out repairs, voids, refurbishment and adaptations; PFI for the Swarcliffe area of Leeds.

Yorkshire Housing Repairs, Voids, Refurbishment & Adaptations; PFI Swarcliffe — PP680.

Yorkshire Housing Ltd. | Published February 9, 2016
Winner
Morgan Sindall Property Services, Keepmoat Property Services Ltd, Cromwell Property Services, Mears Ltd
cpvs
50000000, 45453100, 45260000, 45300000, 45400000, 50700000, 50800000

(Please note that Orbit are acting as the procurement consultant facilitating this exercise)

Yorkshire Housing have appointed preferred suppliers to enter into a framework agreement to carry out repairs, voids, refurbishment and adaptions; PFI for the Swarcliffe area of Leeds.

Yorkshire Housing Water Hygiene — PP672.

Yorkshire Housing | Published September 24, 2015  -  Deadline October 21, 2015
cpvs
71600000, 71700000, 71610000, 71317200

(Please note that Orbit are acting as the procurement consultant facilitating this exercise) Yorkshire Housing are seeking to appoint preferred suppliers to enter into a framework agreement to provide water hygiene and management services. All documents relating to this procurement can be electronically accessed via website: www.housingprocurement.com