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PP16152 - Extra Care Housing Consultant

Wolverhampton City Council | Published November 30, 2016  -  Deadline December 14, 2016
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30201601, 80100000, 80101504

The City of Wolverhampton Council (CWC) wishes to facilitate the development of new mixed-tenure extra care housing schemes in the city – possibly up to 300 homes, depending on further evidence of need. 

A specialist housing extra care consultant is sought to assist the Council in developing feasible and sustainable model or models of provision suitable for the area which CWC can promote, encourage, financially support or in some other way encourage. 

Economic Evidence Consultant

WOLVERHAMPTON CITY COUNCIL | Published February 7, 2017  -  Deadline February 16, 2017
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79411000

This tender is published on www.wolverhamptontenders.com please visit for more information and tender documents. In order to support the development of a city wide financial plan to underpin the delivery of our Strategic Economic Plan, the Council is seeking support to refresh our economic evidence base with our partners. This is to include: • Using an external facing portal (to be hosted and developed by the council) to collate and share qualitative and quantative evidence from the council and our partners. This will include a public and a private space to share information. The evidence base will include: • Key plans, such as the City Strategy, Vision 2030, Strategic Economic Plan, Black Country Core Strategy, Black Country UCEF. • Information from other key commissions, such as the Skills & Employment Commission. • Research documents, such as the recent BOP report on the creative and cultural economy, research from planning, city development and other commercial pieces of research. • National and Regional Data, such as NOMIS and other key statistics including data from the regional observatory. • Local data relating to city specific initiatives and performance. • Other intelligence, data and documents including research from the last three years. Strategic Analysis Following the bringing together of the evidence base, a strategic analysis is required. This is to include: • A distilling of key facts, figures and intelligence for the City to inform the new Strategic Economic Plan. • A gap analysis to understand where further work is required to complete our evidence base. • A review of our key documents such as Vision 2030 to ensure 'the golden thread'. Sustainability The creation of the evidence base and analysis should be done in a way that is sustainable and can be regularly updated to ensure the maintenance of an evidence based approach and to continue to support the delivery of the key performance boards within the Council. This is to include: • Information collated in formats that enable the creation of a digital library for the council, partners, and public where appropriate. • An evidence base that has key themes, and key spatial levels such as local, regional, national clearly identified (through the use of tags for example). • Knowledge transfer to Council officers, including senior managers and analysts. Key Deliverables • A collated evidence base of key documents, plans information and data, for the Council to host on a portal/website. • A written report containing a strategic analysis of the evidence base for the Strategic Economic Plan. • Systems and processes established to ensure the evidence base is regularly updated. This tender is published on www.wolverhamptontenders.com please visit for more informati

Review of Towers Outdoor Education Centre

WOLVERHAMPTON CITY COUNCIL | Published August 18, 2016  -  Deadline September 2, 2016
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79400000

The Towers Outdoor Residential Pursuits Centre (http://www.thetowers.org.uk) is currently operating at a projected loss in 2016/17 (currently estimated £65,000 to date in 2016/17). A decision upon its future is therefore urgently required. The City of Wolverhampton wish to engage a business consultant/ business recovery analyst to complete a quick but thorough options/ market appraisal of the Towers Outdoor Education Centre in order that elected members may take an informed decision about the future of the Centre. The successful contractor will provide the Council with summary business case report setting out a clear set of recommendations on the future of the Centre.

PP16056 - Review of Towers Outdoor Education Centre

Wolverhampton City Council | Published August 18, 2016  -  Deadline September 2, 2016
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80000000, 80100000, 80101500, 80101501, 80101502, 80101503, 80101504, 80101506, 80101507, 80101508

The Towers Outdoor Residential Pursuits Centre (http://www.thetowers.org.uk) is currently operating at a projected loss in 2016/17 (currently estimated £65,000 to date in 2016/17).  A decision upon its future is therefore urgently required. 

 

The City of Wolverhampton wish to engage a business consultant/ business recovery analyst to complete a quick but thorough  options/ market appraisal  of the Towers Outdoor Education Centre in order that elected members may take an informed decision about the future of the Centre.

 

The successful contractor will provide the Council with summary business case report setting out a clear set of recommendations on the future of the Centre. 

Evaluation consultancy services

Wolverhampton City Council | Published March 25, 2017  -  Deadline April 27, 2017
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79419000

Wolverhampton Headstart is 1 of 6 partnership programmes in the country to attract funding from the Big Lottery to work with young people in the city to improve emotional health, wellbeing and resilience. The Headstart team is seeking the services of an organisation with skills and experience in delivering large scale quantitative and qualitative research programmes.

Wolverhampton Headstart is 1 of 6 partnership programmes in the country to attract funding from the Big Lottery to work with young people in the city to improve emotional health, well-being and resilience. The Headstart team is seeking the services of an organisation with skills and experience in delivering large scale quantitative and qualitative research programmes. The requirement is to work with the team throughout Phase 3 of Headstart during the 5 year delivery period, designing and carrying out research to evaluate the outcomes achieved and produce robust reports as required. Potential providers should have experience of working with Headstart or of delivering a similar project, along with an understanding of the health profile of Wolverhampton citizens, particularly in the 10 to 16 age group.

Building consultancy services

Bromford Housing Group Limited | Published September 27, 2016  -  Deadline October 24, 2016
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71315200, 71311000

See description in section II.1.4).

Evaluation consultancy services

University of Wolverhampton | Published November 22, 2016
Winner
Beta Technology Limited
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79419000, 73000000, 72221000, 79411000, 79420000

A Framework for Project Evaluators for projects funded independently to the University funds, such as but not limited to LEP, HLF, ERDF and ESIF etc. Previous experience of this market and activity is a mandatory requirement to submit a response. The successful Service Providers on the Framework must have the following experience and capabilities: — Have a qualified team with the relevant experience as detailed in Scope and Specification — Officers that will be assigned to this Project Evaluation are required to perform to standards set by the Funding Agency. — A relevant/proven track record to provide the depth of experience and skill necessary to perform this Project Evaluation work.

A Framework for Project Evaluators for projects funded independently to the University funds, such as but not limited to LEP, HLF, ERDF and ESIF etc. Previous experience of this market and activity is a mandatory requirement to submit a response. The successful Service Providers on the Framework must have the following experience and capabilities: — Have a qualified team with the relevant experience as detailed in Scope and Specification — Officers that will be assigned to this Project Evaluation are required to perform to standards set by the Funding Agency. — A relevant/proven track record to provide the depth of experience and skill necessary to perform this Project Evaluation work. — All documentation generated by the Service Provider must in be in English. The Framework will be for a period of 2 years with an optional extension of up to an additional 24 months. It will be accessed for Funded Project — Project Evaluations at the University, although the Framework may also be used in.

Demand Management Consultancy

 | Published June 7, 2016  -  Deadline June 17, 2016
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66171000

1.The Council has identified significant budget reductions over the last six financial years however the extent of the financial challenge over the medium term continues to represent the most significant that the Council has ever faced. A further £54.6 million needs to be identified over the period 2017/18 to 2019/20 in order to address the projected budget deficit. 2.The Council is planning to accept a four year financial settlement from central government for 2016/17 to 2019/20. 3.The Council requires expertise and support to identify opportunities to go further in realising the financial benefits of demand management and demand led budget planning.

General management consultancy services

University of Wolverhampton | Published October 1, 2016
Winner
Good2Great Ltd
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79411000

The University was seeking to establish a contract for delivery sub-contractor(s) to provide a professional Sparkpreneur Programme, partly funded by European Funding Body(ies), encompassing effective enterprise support services. The target beneficiary group are science, technology and biomedical professionals who have a potential innovative idea requiring commercialisation. The successful Contractor(s) has relevant experience of delivering a similar Funded body programme.

PP16055 - Demand Management Consultancy Support

Wolverhampton City Council | Published June 7, 2016  -  Deadline June 17, 2016
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80000000

    1. The Council has identified significant budget reductions over the last six financial years however the extent of the financial challenge over the medium term continues to represent the most significant that the Council has ever faced. A further £54.6 million needs to be identified over the period 2017/18 to 2019/20 in order to address the projected budget deficit.

    2. The Council is planning to accept a four year financial settlement from central government for 2016/17 to 2019/20. Further information can be found at;

       

      http://www.wolverhampton.gov.uk/budgetsavings

       

      http://www.wolverhampton.gov.uk/CHttpHandler.ashx?id=9020&p= 0

       

    3. The Council requires expertise and support to identify opportunities to go further in realising the financial benefits of demand management and demand led budget planning.


 

Supply of Architectural Consultancy Services

 | Published January 4, 2016
Winner
Quattro Design Architects Ltd, Allan Joyce Architects Ltd, Walker Troup Architects Ltd, Nicol Thomas Ltd, BM3 Architecture Ltd, Baily Garner LLP, Glancy Nicholls Architects Ltd, Oakley Architects Ltd and rg+p
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71220000

The Contracting Authority are seeking to meet their respective obligations under the EU Procurement Regulations by the establishment of framework agreements that aid the quick and efficient appointment of suitably skilled and qualified architects to undertake the design of a variety of different mixed-use housing new build development, refurbishment and improvement projects (each a Project) for the Contracting Authority.

Supply of Architectural Consultancy Services.

Bromford Housing Group Limited | Published December 24, 2015
Winner
rg+p
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71220000

The Contracting Authority are seeking to meet their respective obligations under the EU Procurement Regulations by the establishment of framework arrangements that aid the quick and efficient appointment of suitably skilled and qualified architects to undertake the design of a variety of different mixed-use housing new build development, refurbishment and improvement projects (each a Project) for the Contracting Authority.

Supply of Architectural Consultancy Services.

Bromford Housing Group Limited (‘Bromford’) | Published July 22, 2015  -  Deadline August 17, 2015
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71220000

The Contracting Authority are seeking to meet their respective obligations under the EU Procurement Regulations by the establishment of framework arrangements that aid the quick and efficient appointment of suitably skilled and qualified architects to undertake the design of a variety of different mixed-use housing new build development, refurbishment and improvement projects (each a Project) for the Contracting Authority.

The Provision of Multi-Disciplinary Design Team Services for the Springfield Campus Development

 | Published October 28, 2015
Winner
Atkins
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71220000

The University conducted a mini-competition using the Housing and Communities Agency (HCA) Framework Agreement for Consultant Panels, Multidisciplinary Panel (OJEU Ref: 2014/S 020-031462). The remit of this procurement covers Phase Two and Phase Three of the Development Programme. Under Phase Two of the Springfield Development Programme the University’s School of Architecture and Built Environment is moving to the Springfield Brewery Site. The primary aim of this commission is to appoint a multidisciplinary partner to work with the University to develop this project through the pre-procurement and procurement phases of the project’s lifecycle. Phase Three of the programme is to develop out the remainder of the Campus site in line with the aspiration to create a Centre of Excellence in the Built Environment. This is currently at the options appraisal stage, with the direction of travel being to attract employers and industry on to the site, to work in conjunction with the University and WMCUTC to truly provide a ladder of opportunity from 16 to 64+ within the one campus – with the University working for and with industry, e.g. research and development, experts in residence, technology development and innovation. For the purpose of this commission, the University is looking for a professional partner who recognises the potential of the Springfield Campus programme and offers a partnering approach to fee rates which demonstrates continued economies of scale and value for money for the University. The Contract period is 1 year with an option to extend up to an additional 6 months.

Art Gallery Design Consultancy

WOLVERHAMPTON CITY COUNCIL | Published July 28, 2017  -  Deadline July 28, 2017
Winner
Perfect Circle JV Ltd
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71000000

Design Consultancy For Art Gallery

16-37 Sparkpreneur Programme Delivery Consultants

University of Wolverhampton | Published June 16, 2016  -  Deadline July 19, 2016
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79411100, 73220000, 79410000, 79400000

The University is seeking to establish a contract for delivery sub–contractor(s) to provide a professional Sparkpreneur Programme, partly funded by European Funding Body(ies), encompassing effective enterprise support services. The target beneficiary group are science, technology and biomedical professionals who have a potential innovative idea requiring commercialisation. The successful Contractor(s) must have relevant experience of delivering a similar Funded body programme.

16-37 Sparkpreneur Programme Delivery Consultants

University of Wolverhampton | Published June 16, 2016
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79411100, 73220000, 79410000, 79400000

The University is seeking to establish a contract for delivery sub–contractor(s) to provide a professional Sparkpreneur Programme, partly funded by European Funding Body(ies), encompassing effective enterprise support services. The target beneficiary group are science, technology and biomedical professionals who have a potential innovative idea requiring commercialisation. The successful Contractor(s) must have relevant experience of delivering a similar Funded body programme.

IT services: consulting, software development, Internet and support

Wolverhampton City Council | Published February 3, 2017
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72000000, 48000000, 32000000

IT services: consulting, software development, Internet and support

16-76 Enterprise Action Consultancy and Workshops

University of Wolverhampton | Published December 31, 2016  -  Deadline February 1, 2017
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ENTERPRISE ACTION is a three-year project designed to support local entrepreneurs to start up their own businesses across a wide geographical area that includes the Black Country and the Marches LEP areas of the West Midlands. The programme will additionally target potential higher growth businesses of less than 2 years old, which will benefit from targeted fast track support and financial assistance to achieve product commercialisation. The requirements of Enterprise Action can be apportioned into 2 lots: Lot 1 – Delivery of 2 day business assists This lot will be awarded to a maximum of 10 suppliers subject to call off which will be through a mini competition. Lot 2 – Delivery of business development workshops This lot will be awarded to a maximum of 10 suppliers subject to tender evaluation ranking and business areas workshops can be provided in.

IT services: consulting, software development, Internet and support

LGPS Central | Published March 30, 2017  -  Deadline May 2, 2017
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72000000

LGPS Central, the 35 000 000 000 GBP multi-asset investment pool created by 8 Midlands based local government pension funds, is seeking to appoint a suitably qualified and experienced supplier to provide a global, multi-asset, integrated investment management platform that incorporates risk management with portfolio management, trading, compliance and operations. The system should be able to deliver ‘straight through processing’, thus enhancing the efficiency of the investment process and reducing the reliance on manual reconciliation.

LGPS Central, the 35 000 000 000 GBP multi-asset investment pool created by 8 Midlands based local government pension funds, is seeking to appoint a suitably qualified and experienced supplier to provide a global, multi-asset, integrated investment management platform that incorporates risk management with portfolio management, trading, compliance and operations. The system should be able to deliver ‘straight through processing’, thus enhancing the efficiency of the investment process and reducing the reliance on manual reconciliation.

Requirements:

— Portfolio Management;

— Trading;

— Operations;

— Compliance and Risk;

— Technology and Infrastructure.