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Business and management consultancy and related services

City of York Council | Published April 13, 2017  -  Deadline May 11, 2017
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79400000, 79342000

York Central (YC) is a brown-field opportunity site of regional and national significance. The site has the potential to deliver major mixed use regeneration immediately to the west of York railway station. Being c 72 hectares of underused and underutilised land, there is an immense opportunity to transform this site and capitalise on the inherent transport connections and proximity to the traditional city centre core.

Recent and evolving master-planning work envisages that the site could support:

— development of up to 80 000 m2 mixed commercial space to support up to 7 000 jobs;

— development of between 1 500 to 2 500 residential units;

— growth of the existing National Railway Museum as a cultural hub;

— the creation of new public realm, parks and green corridor connections between existing communities and throughout the site for pedestrians and cyclists.

The scope of services includes brand identity and marketing collateral, an integrated communications and marketing strategy and community engagement/consultation.

As part of the overall scope of services, regular engagement with the project team, update meetings and reports are required.

The appointed agency from this brief will not be marketing the site to procure future developers and/or investors.

York Central Communications and Marketing Consultancy Service

City of York Council | Published April 11, 2017  -  Deadline May 11, 2017
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79400000

See Tender Documents - www.yortender.co.uk or http://bit.ly/2p1lOjk.

Health services

NHS England North Region | Published April 15, 2017
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85100000

North of England Commissioning Support is working for and on behalf of NHS — England (Yorkshire and the Humber) who wish to commission Community Dental Services for the whole of the Yorkshire and Humber area.

We invite responses from the market for information to assist us with the design and structure of the contract tender, in particular to help us determine appropriate footprint for the service provision, financial envelopes for the tendered contract, the service model under development taking in to account the national documents ‘Guides for Commissioning Dental Specialties — Special Care Dentistry and draft Paediatric Dentistry’ and to help us identify specific areas of risk relating to the tender.

North of England Commissioning Support is working for and on behalf of NHS — England (Yorkshire and the Humber) who wish to commission Community Dental Services for the whole of the Yorkshire and Humber area.

We invite responses from the market for information to assist us with the design and structure of the contract tender, in particular to help us determine appropriate footprint for the service provision, financial envelopes for the tendered contract, the service model under development taking in to account the national documents ‘Guides for Commissioning Dental Specialties — Special Care Dentistry and draft Paediatric Dentistry’ and to help us identify specific areas of risk relating to the tender.

The aim of the CDS will be to improve the oral health and reduce the oral health inequalities of people in Yorkshire and The Humber and Bassetlaw who have a physical, sensory, intellectual, mental, medical, psychological and/or emotional or social impairment or disability or more often a combination of these through:

— Providing high quality consultant-led paediatric and special care dentistry to children and adults. This will include children with more complex dental needs.

— Providing high quality dental care to people from vulnerable groups whose needs may not be accommodated in NHS general dental services

— Through a period of transition during the starting years of the contract, transfer patients with lower levels of complexity assessed using the case mix tool into NHS general dental services so their care can be managed by primary care dental teams

— Deliver in the community setting high quality care for prisoners from Hatfield and Lakes prison (Hatfield prisoners only) and residents at Askham Grange.

The Community Dental Services will work closely the relevant clinical networks, commissioners and primary and secondary providers to ensure appropriate timely, effective and safe Community Dental Service for the treatment of the eligible local population. Work via the clinical networks to take part in the development of the Referral Management System.

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