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Interpretation plan for Gilfach Nature Reserve

Radnorshire Wildlife Trust | Published February 8, 2016
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Red Kite Environment Ltd
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Radnorshire Wildlife Trust has been awarded a development grant by HLF to develop a project at Gilfach Nature Reserve, nr Rhayader, Powys. As part of this we wish to appoint an interpretation consultant to review and plan and cost interpretation provision to realise the reserve's potential for inspiring people about its diverse natural and cultural heritage.
We are inviting tenders from consultants with experience of both interpretative strategy preparation and implementation.
Please email darylle@rwtwales.org for a full brief.

Interpretation plan for Gilfach Nature Reserve

Radnorshire Wildlife Trust | Published July 13, 2015  -  Deadline July 20, 2015
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92000000

Radnorshire Wildlife Trust has been awarded a development grant by HLF to develop a project at Gilfach Nature Reserve, nr Rhayader, Powys. As part of this we wish to appoint an interpretation consultant to review and plan and cost interpretation provision to realise the reserve's potential for inspiring people about its diverse natural and cultural heritage. We are inviting tenders from consultants with experience of both interpretative strategy preparation and implementation. Please email darylle@rwtwales.org for a full brief.

Environmental engineering consultancy services

Powys County Council | Published November 21, 2017  -  Deadline December 18, 2017
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71313000, 71310000, 72221000, 79411100

Powys County Council wishes to engage with a single partner to deliver and co-ordinate the Home Grown Homes Project.

The Home Grown Homes Project is a longitudinal study into supply chain development in Wales' timber industry to:

— Build supply-chain capacity along established processing chain to increase local/homegrown market share;

— Work with ‘clients’ increasing local/homegrown product demands in high performance, low carbon, new build/retrofit social housing;

— Increase higher value local/homegrown timber availability;

— Support the use of local/homegrown timber in broader construction developments;

— Liberate socio-economic value.

The role of the delivery and co-ordination partner will be to run a supply chain development service testing via various pilot projects. It will also involve assessment of the effectiveness in delivery of the pilots, making recommendations over time in terms of increasing the effectiveness of supply chain intervention.

Powys County Council wishes to engage with a single partner to deliver and co-ordinate the Home Grown Homes Project.

The Home Grown Homes Project is a longitudinal study into supply chain development in Wales' timber industry to:

— Build supply-chain capacity along established processing chain to increase local/homegrown market share;

— Work with ‘clients’ increasing local/homegrown product demands in high performance, low carbon, new build/retrofit social housing;

— Increase higher value local/homegrown timber availability;

— Support the use of local/homegrown timber in broader construction developments;

— Liberate socio-economic value.

The role of the delivery and co-ordination partner will be to run a supply chain development service testing via various pilot projects. It will also involve assessment of the effectiveness in delivery of the pilots, making recommendations over time in terms of increasing the effectiveness of supply chain intervention.

Change Management Consultancy Contract

Southend University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust | Published May 2, 2017  -  Deadline May 10, 2017
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79410000

This is a further competition exercise off the Crown Commercial Services Framework Agreement RM1502 Southend University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Basildon University NHS Trust and Mid-Essex Hospital NHS Trust are seeking a suitably experienced consultancy to delivery \"change management\" services to the Joint Executive Group (JEG). The expectation is that the successful provider will be required to engage in a mixture of \"one to one\" and group meetings with the aim of capturing views, establishing \"buy-in\" and ownership of the blueprint for change. Further detail will be provided in the specification once expressions of interest have been received.

General Data Protection Regulations - Consultancy

Tunbridge Wells Borough Council | Published September 4, 2017  -  Deadline September 22, 2017
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79411000

Tunbridge Wells Borough Council wishes to commission consultants to carry out work to create a Retention Schedule and Record of Processing, to ensure the authority is compliant with the new requirements under the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR). Both documents will need to cover all services across the authority, and all aspects of information flows, data retention, asset ownership, security and safeguards, conditions for processing and eventual disposal or destruction in line with the Council's Records Management Policy. The Record of Processing will need to comply with the requirements of Article 30 of the GDPR. Whilst the consultants will be working to create these documents for Tunbridge Wells Borough Council, it is likely that they will have to liaise with relevant other authorities where the Council shares the provision of services, in particular the other Mid Kent Services authorities: Ashford Borough Council, Maidstone Borough Council and Swale Borough Council. It is expected that the quoted fees within the Tenderer's submission will be available to any of the named partner authorities above should they decide to commission work of this nature within 6 months of the tender submission deadline. This should be provided without obligation and with no associated fee for appointment.

Crescent Road Car Park - Employers Agent

Tunbridge Wells Borough Council | Published July 27, 2017  -  Deadline August 18, 2017
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71311000

Tunbridge Wells Borough Council is inviting tenders for the services of an experienced Employers Agent to oversee the concrete repairs and refurbishment works at its Crescent Road Multi Storey Car Park. The proposed works will comprise concrete repairs, resurfacing, line marking, new signage, barrier repairs and renewal, lighting, and associated works. A performance based concrete repair specification has been produced. The refurbishment contract is intended to be let as a single contract to a main contractor, with all refurbishment works delivered within the scope of the contract, supervised and coordinated by the Employers Agent. The works are anticipated to commence in January 2018 although the start date may be altered subject to the proposed commencement of the car park extension, which is also proposed for 2018. The appointed consultant will be required to incorporate the prescribed repairs described in detail in the concrete repair specification by Martech Ltd (provided in the tender documents). The appointed consultant will then develop and prescribe all other works required in the refurbishment to enable successful tendering and appointment of a main contractor to deliver the works specified.

Historic Environment Review

Tunbridge Wells Borough Council | Published February 27, 2017  -  Deadline March 10, 2017
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73000000

Tunbridge Wells Borough Council (TWBC) and Sevenoaks District Council (SDC) together are inviting tenders from suitably experience planning and historic environment consultants to undertake a review of the current evidence base for the historic environment in the borough, identify any areas for additional research, and make recommendations for inclusion of the historic environment in the Local Plan.

Garden Settlement Feasibility Study

Tunbridge Wells Borough Council | Published July 3, 2017  -  Deadline July 31, 2017
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71241000

Tunbridge Wells Borough Council wishes to commission consultants to carry out a scoping and feasibility study to assess the potential for accommodating a new settlement within the borough. Depending on the outcome of initial feasibility work the study may also include assessment of potential locations promoted by developers and landowners. It is envisaged that the findings of this study, together with other evidence, will assist the Council in drawing up a strategic development strategy for the borough as part of the preparation of a new local plan. There may be potential for follow on work in relation to the various stages of plan preparation. The methodology for the assessments must be robust and able to withstand scrutiny at the Local Plan examination held in due course.
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