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Complex Health Needs in Education.

Barnsley CCG | Published December 13, 2014
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85000000, 80000000

NHS Barnsley CCG wish to engage with organisations who are potentially interested in providing a service to support complex health needs in education. The CCG would like to consider approaches and solutions from experienced providers in this field. At this point, this is for market research purposes, depending on interest/robustness of market, this may or may not continue to tender. Approximate spend per annum is 500 000 GBP.

Independent Education Health and Care Plan Writing Service

Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council | Published July 28, 2016  -  Deadline August 4, 2016
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85000000, 92312211

Barnsley MBC People Directorate requires a suitably qualified and experienced organisation to carry out an Independent Education Health and Care Plan Writing Service. A specification has been included as a seperate attachment. The contract is for the period 1 September 2016 until the 31st December 2016. Interested organisations are requested to complete the response evaluation document and provide a cost for the service in the request to quote document.They will also need to evidence the levels of Employers, Public and Professional insurance that they hold and provide qualifications of individuals who will be delivering the service and any accreditations that the company holds.         

Barnsley Central Collaboration - Photocopiers

Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council | Published June 27, 2014  -  Deadline July 11, 2014
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30121100

Five schools within the Barnsley Central Collaboration are looking for a cost effective and responsive provider who has knowledge and experience of the education market in particular to supply photocopier/MFD machines on a lease basis. 

 

Barnsley Central Collaboration Human Resources Service

Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council | Published June 20, 2014  -  Deadline September 19, 2014
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79414000

The Barnsley Central Collaboration of Schools is a group of 7 primary schools located within and around Barnsley town centre.  The collaboration is looking for a cost effective and responsive provider who has considerable knowledge and experience of the education market, in particular school HR service provision. 

Commissioning provision for Post 16 Learners with Learning Disabilities and/or Difficulties

Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council | Published May 30, 2013  -  Deadline June 14, 2013
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79410000, 80000000, 98000000

The publication of the School Funding Reform alongside Support and Aspiration: A new approach to special educational needs has placed new duties on Local Authorities with regard to funding young people in Post 16 education institutions.

 

BMBC require a suitably experienced organisation/individual to organise and develop the commissioning and contracting system for learners with High Needs LLDD requirements.

 

Taxi services

Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council | Published November 29, 2016  -  Deadline January 12, 2017
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60120000, 60130000, 60170000

Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council (BMBC) wishes to establish a transport framework for the provision of Special Educational Needs (SEN) Transport.

BMBC has a statutory duty to make free home to school travel arrangements for eligible children to access their education for both SEN and non-SEN children. The requirement is for a regular home to school transport service during school term time both in the Borough of Barnsley and out of the Borough, which include daily, weekly, fortnightly, or termly single or return journeys.

For full requirements and Scope of works — please see tender documents at https://yortender.co.uk/ Deadline for bids to be submitted through Yortender is Thursday 12.1.2017 at 12:00 Noon.

The majority of Home to School passengers may be vulnerable, have special educational or additional needs. The 23 schools and colleges identified in this tender provide education for pupils with a wide range of special educational needs from complex or severe learning difficulties, sensory impairments, physical difficulties and challenging behaviour. There are circa 95 daily routes both within BMBC area and outside, including Wakefield, Leeds, Sheffield and Nottingham.

Home to School Transport for Children with Special Educational Needs

BARNSLEY METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL | Published April 7, 2017  -  Deadline May 17, 2017
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34110000

BMBC has a statutory duty to arrange home to school travel arrangements for eligible children with special educational needs to access their education . The requirement is for a regular home to school transport service during school term time both in the Borough of Barnsley and out of the Borough, which include daily, weekly, fortnightly, or termly singly or return journeys.The Service Providers will be required to provide a range of vehicles to deliver the services, from cars to passenger carrying vehicles (vehicles with 6 seats and more). There will be a requirement for a number of vehicles to be fitted with appropriate equipment to enable clients to access/egress the vehicle safely. Vehicle requirement depending on routes will comprise of the following: Saloon - Non-wheelchair - Up to 4 Passenger Seats MPV - Non-wheelchair - Up to 8 Passenger Seats Minibus - Non-wheelchair - Up to 16 Passenger Seats Saloon - Wheelchair - Up to 4 Passenger Seats MPV - Wheelchair - Up to 8 Passenger Seats Minibus - Wheelchair - Up to 16 Passenger Seats Circa 200 pupils to be travel to and from 16 different schools, mainly on a day to day basis. Key date for the commencement of delivery this service is the start of the new academic year September 2017. The requirement is for circa 30 routes which will be awarded on an individual basis.

Barnsley & Rotherham Study Programme for Vulnerable Young People 16 - 18 Years Old

Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council | Published July 27, 2016  -  Deadline August 15, 2016
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80000000

Barnsley MBC Young People Skills & Enterprise Team wish to make effective use of Government funds made available through their direct contract with the Education Funding Agency (EFA) to commission a Provider to deliver an approved study programme which will engage and progress young people 16 – 18 years of age from a range of vulnerable cohorts.

 

Barnsley MBC is working in collaboration with Rotherham MBC for the delivery of a study programme which meet the needs of each Local Authority for a cohort of up to 30 Young People in Barnsley and up to 10 Young People in Rotherham to be delivered in each of the Local Authorities.

 

Disagreement Resolution and Mediation Service

Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council | Published February 1, 2016  -  Deadline February 26, 2016
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85000000

Barnsley Children and Young People’s Trust are seeking to commission an experienced service provider to deliver an impartial disagreement resolution and mediation services for resolving disagreement between parents or young people, education providers, local authorities or health commissioners.  This service is required to ensure compliance with the statutory requirements of the Children and Families Act 2014, The Special Educational Needs and Disability Regulations 2014 and the SEN and Disability Code of Practice: 0 to 25 years, May 2015.  The overall cost allocated to the service is £15,000 for one year for an unlimited service offer which meets the requirements of the service specification.  There is an option to extend this contract for a further 12 months if required. 

 

HR Services for the Federation of Schools

Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council | Published December 15, 2014  -  Deadline January 19, 2015
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79414000

 

The Federation of Corpus Christi is a group of 3 Catholic Voluntary Aided (VA) Primary Schools located within and around Barnsley. The federation is looking for a cost effective and responsive provider who has considerable knowledge and experience of the education market, in particular school HR service provision.  The intention is to potentially award a contract to one provider for all their HR needs subject to quality and price.  However, there is no guarantee that all the schools will use this provider and the schools may decide to split the award of the contract between a number of providers. The successful school provider must commit to working collaboratively with The Governing Body as the employer on Strategic and Operational matters.

 

Maintenance and repair of reprographic machinery

Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council (on behalf of Every Child Matters Trust) | Published May 19, 2017  -  Deadline June 19, 2017
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50313000, 30120000

A group of 5 schools within the Every Child Matters Trust are looking to replace their existing photocopiers and potentially wish to award a contract to 1 provider for all their requirements subject to price and quality criteria.

The schools are looking for a cost effective and responsive provider who has knowledge and experience of the education market in particular to supply photocopier/MFD machines on a lease basis. The contract will be for 3 years, with an option to extend for a further 2 years. Should the schools take up the option to extend they may wish to change machines at this point.

A group of 5 schools within the Every Child Matters Trust are looking to replace their existing photocopiers and potentially wish to award a contract to 1 provider for all their requirements subject to price and quality criteria.

The schools are looking for a cost effective and responsive provider who has knowledge and experience of the education market in particular to supply photocopier/MFD machines on a lease basis. The contract will be for 3 years, with an option to extend for a further 2 years. Should the schools take up the option to extend they may wish to change machines at this point.

There is no guarantee that the individual schools will award the contract and they reserve the right to split the award between a number of providers.

All photocopier contracts for the 5 schools expire at different times (please see appendix A in the specification) therefore should the schools utilise this contract it will be done on the basis that each school will have a 3 year contract from the date their current agreement expires with an option to extend for another 2 years if they choose.

Restorative Justice Services

Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council | Published April 9, 2016
Winner
Remedi
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75230000, 80000000, 98000000

Restorative practice is a broad term covering a range of interventions designed to support people dealing with conflict and with different circumstances. This may include victims or perpetrators of crime or anti-social behaviour, people struggling with conflict in their family or facing challenges in their life. Restorative approaches are used in a variety of settings — as part of statutory requirements in court orders, as pre-court interventions and diversionary activities, to deal with challenging behaviour (e.g. bullying) in schools, address internal family conflict and support people in developing themselves. For the purposes of this specification it will comprise the core elements set out below. These services are- 1.1 Provision of Restorative Mentoring with a particular focus on 16/17/18 year olds (i.e. school leavers) successfully accessing Education, Training or Employment with training. 1.2 Provision of mediation and restorative family work supporting families to stay together, parents to parent more effectively and young people to ensure that their voice is heard. 1.3 Provision of restorative support to young people identified as suitable for a ‘diversion’ intervention.

Restorative Justice Services

Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council | Published February 10, 2016  -  Deadline March 7, 2016
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75230000, 80000000, 98000000

Restorative practice is a broad term covering a range of interventions designed to support people dealing with conflict and with different circumstances.  This may include victims or perpetrators of crime or anti-social behaviour, people struggling with conflict in their family or facing challenges in their life.

 

Restorative approaches are used in a variety of settings – as part of statutory requirements in court orders, as pre-court interventions and diversionary activities, to deal with challenging behaviour (e.g. bullying) in schools, address internal family conflict and support people in developing themselves.

 

For the purposes of this specification it will comprise the core elements set out below. These services are-

 

1.1

Provision of Restorative Mentoring with a particular focus on 16/17/18 year olds (i.e. school leavers) successfully accessing Education, Training or Employment with training.

1.2

Provision of mediation and restorative family work supporting families to stay together, parents to parent more effectively and young people to ensure that their voice is heard.

1.3

Provision of restorative support to young people identified as suitable for a ‘diversion’ intervention.

 

Domestic and Sexual Violence Service Provision

Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council | Published January 19, 2017
Winner
Independent Domestic Abuse Services (IDAS)
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85000000, 85310000, 85311000, 85312000, 85311100, 85311200, 85311300, 85312300, 85312400, 85312500

A comprehensive support service accessible to all victims of domestic violence (including physical, sexual, emotional, financial or honour based violence) and their families residing in Barnsley or to those resident outside of Barnsley to whom the Council owes an ongoing duty of care to include (but not be limited to): Assessment of victims and their family's needs and risk (including any children) and care planning; providing victims with advice on possible options; advocacy on behalf of the victims with a range of agencies including police, housing, social care and immigration; referrals to other relevant services including child protection, safeguarding adults, alcohol and substance misuse, employment and education services, housing or homelessness services, MARAC, and the forced marriage unit; case management; emotional support; attendance with victims at appointments including at court; outreach service particularly for hard to reach groups; emergency telephone contact service available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week; notification service to the Council of serious incidents or cases of serious concern; facilitate access to refuge accommodation; after-care and resettlement service; attendance and participation in the Council's and the Government's Co-ordinated Community Response to work with other agencies to tackle domestic violence and to raise awareness of domestic violence, including developing links with childrens' treatment programmes and childrens' centres, perpetrator programmes, the Family Recovery Project, refuges, the Specialist Domestic Violence Court and the City Council's Sanctuary scheme to provide victims with the means to feel more safe and secure at home and MARAC.

Domestic and Sexual Violence Service Provision

Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council | Published September 23, 2016  -  Deadline November 4, 2016
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85000000, 85310000, 85311000, 85312000, 85311100, 85311200, 85311300, 85312300, 85312400, 85312500

A comprehensive support service accessible to all victims of domestic violence (including physical, sexual, emotional, financial or honour based violence) and their families residing in Barnsley or to those resident outside of Barnsley to whom the Council owes an ongoing duty of care to include (but not be limited to):- assessment of victims and their family's needs and risk (including any children) and care planning; providingvictimrs with advice on possible options; advocacy on behalf of the victims with a range of agencies including police, housing, social care and immigration; referrals to other relevant services including child protection, safeguarding adults, alcohol and substance misuse, employment and education services, housing or homelessness services, MARAC, and the forced marriage unit; case management; emotional support; attendance with victims at appointments including at court; outreach service particularly for hard to reach groups; emergency telephone contact service available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week; notification service to the Council of serious incidents or cases of serious concern; facilitate access to refuge accommodation; aftercare and resettlement service; attendance and participation in the Council's and the Government's Co-ordinated Community Response to work with other agencies to tackle domestic violence and to raise awareness of domestic violence, including developing links with childrens' treatment programmes and childrens' centres, perpetrator programmes, the Family Recovery Project, refuges, the Specialist Domestic Violence Court and the City Council's Sanctuary scheme to provide victims with the means to feel more safe and secure at home and MARAC.

Domestic and Sexual Violence Service Provision

Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council | Published September 23, 2016
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85000000, 85310000, 85311000, 85312000, 85311100, 85311200, 85311300, 85312300, 85312400, 85312500

A comprehensive support service accessible to all victims of domestic violence (including physical, sexual, emotional, financial or honour based violence) and their families residing in Barnsley or to those resident outside of Barnsley to whom the Council owes an ongoing duty of care to include (but not be limited to):- assessment of victims and their family's needs and risk (including any children) and care planning; providingvictimrs with advice on possible options; advocacy on behalf of the victims with a range of agencies including police, housing, social care and immigration; referrals to other relevant services including child protection, safeguarding adults, alcohol and substance misuse, employment and education services, housing or homelessness services, MARAC, and the forced marriage unit; case management; emotional support; attendance with victims at appointments including at court; outreach service particularly for hard to reach groups; emergency telephone contact service available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week; notification service to the Council of serious incidents or cases of serious concern; facilitate access to refuge accommodation; aftercare and resettlement service; attendance and participation in the Council's and the Government's Co-ordinated Community Response to work with other agencies to tackle domestic violence and to raise awareness of domestic violence, including developing links with childrens' treatment programmes and childrens' centres, perpetrator programmes, the Family Recovery Project, refuges, the Specialist Domestic Violence Court and the City Council's Sanctuary scheme to provide victims with the means to feel more safe and secure at home and MARAC.

Mapping Application Procurement

Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council | Published September 7, 2015  -  Deadline September 25, 2015
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72000000

Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council has invested in GIS technology over a number of years, recognising the opportunities it can provide for creating more effective and efficient processes.

The Council uses GIS across all service delivery areas, including but not limited to:

·         Planning and building control

·         Planning policy

·         Transportation

·         Local Land Charges

·         Highways and engineering

·         Environmental health

·         Licensing

·         Community safety

·         Economic regeneration

·         Emergency planning

·         Neighbourhood services

·         Winter maintenance

·         Waste management

·         Strategic and operational housing

·         Adult and children’s social services

·         Education

·         Asset management and property services

·         Public health

·         Electoral services

·         Research and business intelligence

 

Support is provided by a small team within the Information Services (IT) department to a user base of approximately 300 users of the desktop and web based GIS applications, assisting staff within departments to create new workflows and undertake projects which deliver savings and benefits to the organisation.

Similarly, development of GIS capability for the Council website has supported channel shift, with the current mapping application receiving many thousands of visits each month.

Requirements:

A product (or products) and/or services are required therefore to fulfil two functions:

1.       To provide internal staff with access to GIS functionality through a browser and;

2.       To provide appropriate GIS capability to the public on the Council website.

Suppliers must register against this advert in order to then have access to the tender documentation via the My Opportunities area.

 

Pan Pathology MSC

BARNSLEY HOSPITAL SUPPORT SERVICES LIMITED | Published February 8, 2017  -  Deadline February 22, 2017
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51430000

Barnsley and Rotherham are jointly to procure a New Pan Pathology Managed Service Contract (MSC) as they share Pathology service across the two hospital sites. Our current MSC contract ends 31st March 2018. A Bidder is sought to provide a Full Pan Pathology MSC to Barnsley and Rotherham Hospitals Trust's. The Contract duration will be from 11 -14 years with full system refresh within the life of the contract determined by both Barnsley & Rotherham Hospital Trust's. Barnsley Hospital will facilitate the procurement and host the contractual arrangements. Barnsley and Rotherham Hospitals intends to procure a contract with a strategic partner for the provision of Pan Pathology services in the areas of Clinical Microbiology, Haematology & Blood Transfusion, Clinical Biochemistry, Cellular & Molecular Pathology, Coagulation and Infectious Disease Serology. This is to include, but is not limited to, the provision of a Pan Pathology Managed Laboratory Service, laboratory equipment, design build and finance the reconfiguration of existing laboratory space on both existing sites, maintenance and servicing and all other associated consumables, chemicals, reagents, auxiliary goods and equipment in addition to training, associated services, connectivity and installation. In addition Pathology analytical / business intelligence will be required and integrated on both sites. Any associated IT hardware and software will be included in the contract. Important Information - Pan Pathology MSC Procurement Supplier Briefing day The Trusts strongly recommends that all Potential Suppliers / Bidders both LSP and third party take the opportunity to attend the Pan Pathology Supplier Briefing day for an overview of our current Pathology service and further details on the Procurement process. It is anticipated that the successful LSP bidder will be required to work with a number of third party suppliers to fulfil the Pan Pathology Managed Service Contract (MSC). The Supplier Briefing day will take place on 14th March 2017 @ 10am at the Education Centre in Lecture Theatre 1 @ Barnsley Hospital. All Potential Suppliers / Bidders will need to register an expression of interest in attending the Supplier Briefing day. Please see below links below for Barnsley Hospital location information. The deadline to register is Friday 10th March 2017 @ 5pm Bidder's registration will not be accepted after the above date. Please contact the following by email to register for the Supplier Briefing day visit: Email: bhnft.procurement@nhs.net PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS PROCUREMENT WILL GO LIVE EARLY MAY 2017 WHEN THE CONTRACT NOTICE AND ITPD ARE PUBLISHED Please note a maximum of two representatives will be allowed to attend the briefing per Supplier. We will require the following information as set out below:- Supplier Name & Address Representative's details:- Name Position / Job Title Email details Contact numbers (include mobile number)

Framework of Land Advisers/Brokers

Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council | Published September 9, 2016
Winner
Turner & Townsend Project Management Ltd
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Barnsley Council has procured a Framework of Land Advisers/Brokers to assist in generating capital and maximising the value of land for the benefit of the public and charitable sector and/or developing surplus land assets with the aim of delivering social infrastructure or other public policy objectives. The Framework comprises 2 lots:

Lot 1 — Land Brokers who will normally provide the Client with support and advice at financial risk during the project development phases (from RIBA Stages 1 up to 4), with payment for services being realised and paid through the proceeds of the proposed land sale.

Lot 2 — Land Advisers to provide advice to the Client on the development of surplus assets including: appraisal of development opportunities to determine commercial viability and deliverability; strategic options analyses; planning assessments; due diligence and surveys; and general advice and support throughout the project life-cycle. The Land Advisers are not required to work at financial risk.

The Broker Framework is available for use by or on behalf of public and charitable sector organisations who will identify land assets for broker services with the aim of generating capital and maximising the value of land for the benefit of the public and charitable sector and/or developing these assets for social infrastructure or other public policy objectives. The Framework across both Lots will be used to deliver support and advice to Clients during project development phases (from RIBA Stages 1 up to 4) and may also be used to provide services during and post the construction phase including acting as the Client's agent and ensuring that the project is built out in accordance with the agreed specification, programme and outcomes.

Land Brokers under Lot 1 will deliver these services throughout the project life-cycle, normally taking full financial risk on the project after an exclusivity arrangement has been entered into with the Client. Land Advisers under Lot 2 will deliver services by way of lump sum fees or time charge commissions and will not take any financial risk. It is anticipated that Lot 1 call-offs will involve a longer term partnership between the Client and the Land Broker, whereas Lot 2 call-offs will be shorter term engagements to provide specific pieces of advice during the project life-cycle, with a focus on the early stage viability assessments.

Land Brokers and Advisers will be required to make an initial assessment of opportunity arising from the public asset. This assessment would involve looking at options for assembly and development, most likely to RIBA 1 but with surveys, planning advice and soft market testing to determine commercial viability and deliverability both within the context of local and national policy expectations and also the constraints that would be imposed by the prevailing development, finance and construction markets. Further to initial viability assessments, Land Brokers and Advisers will then carry out detailed project scoping, concept design and due diligence, detailed design and planning preparation, planning and contracts up to start on-site. Land Brokers and Advisers may also be retained by the Client to provide services during and post the construction phase including acting as the Client's agent and ensuring that the project is built out in accordance with the agreed specification, programme and outcomes.

Legal services are not included in the scope of service for either Lot under this Framework. It is anticipated that the Client would appoint a legal team, with the Land Broker or Adviser broker acting as negotiator.

The framework is open to the following public and charitable sector organisations, specific details can be found on the respective URL: Local Authority Councils: County, Unitary, District, Borough and Metropolitan Councils http://www.direct.gov.uk/en/Dl1/Directories/Localcouncils/index.htm (Parish and Community Councils are also permissible users). Educational Establishments: Nursery School, Primary School, Middle or High School, Secondary School, Academy, Special School, Pupil Referral Unit (PRU), Further Education, College, University: http://www.schoolswebdirectory.co.uk/index.php http://www.ucas.com/students/choosingcourses/choosinguni/instguide/ http://www.ukschoolsdirectory.net/searchresult.php http://www.edubase.gov.uk/search.xhtml?clear=true Police, Fire and Rescue, Maritime and Coastguard Agency Emergency Services: http://www.police-information.co.uk/police-directory/index.php?category=6 http://www.psni.police.uk/index.htm. http://www.scottish.police.uk/ http://www.nifrs.org/locations.php http://www.mcga.gov.uk/c4mca/mcga07-home.htm http://www.fireservice.co.uk/information/ukfrs NHS Bodies, the HSC (Northern Ireland) and Ambulance Services: http://www.nhs.uk/ServiceDirectories/Pages/AcuteTrustListing.aspx http://www.hscni.net/index.php?link=trusts http://www.engage.hscni.net/partners/NIAS.html http://www.show.scot.nhs.uk/organisations/index.aspx http://www.scottishambulance.com/AboutUs/HowWeOrganised.aspx http://www.wales.nhs.uk/nhswalesaboutus/structure Central Government Departments and their Agencies: http://www.direct.gov.uk/en/Dl1/Directories/A-ZOfCentralGovernment/index.htm Registered Charities: http://www.charity-commission.gov.uk/About_us/Regulation/Registering_charities_index.aspx http://www.oscr.org.uk/ http://www.dsdni.gov.uk/ccni.htm Registered Social Landlords: Government-funded, not-for-profit organisations that provide affordable housing. They include housing associations, trusts and cooperatives: http://www.idea.gov.uk/idk/core/page.do?pageId=7175736

Framework Of Land Advisers/Brokers.

Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council | Published November 25, 2015  -  Deadline December 23, 2015
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71000000, 71200000, 71510000, 71530000, 79418000, 71310000, 70110000, 70120000, 70310000, 70320000, 71324000, 71520000, 71540000, 79411000

Barnsley Council is seeking to procure a Framework of Land Advisers/Brokers to assist in generating capital and maximising the value of land for the benefit of the public and charitable sector and/or developing surplus land assets with the aim of delivering social infrastructure or other public policy objectives. The Framework will comprise 2 lots: Lot 1 — Land Brokers who will normally provide the Client with support and advice at financial risk during the project development phases (from RIBA Stages 1 up to 4), with payment for services being realised and paid through the proceeds of the proposed land sale. Lot 2 — Land Advisers to provide advice to the Client on the development of surplus assets including: appraisal of development opportunities to determine commercial viability and deliverability; strategic options analyses; planning assessments; due diligence and surveys; and general advice and support throughout the project lifecycle. The Land Advisers are not required to work at financial risk. The Broker Framework will be available for use by or on behalf of public and charitable sector organisations who will identify land assets for broker services with the aim of generating capital and maximising the value of land for the benefit of the public and charitable sector and/or developing these assets for social infrastructure or other public policy objectives. The Framework across both Lots will be used to deliver support and advice to Clients during project development phases (from RIBA Stages 1 up to 4) and may also be used to provide services during and post the construction phase including acting as the Client's agent and ensuring that the project is built out in accordance with the agreed specification, programme and outcomes. Land Brokers under Lot 1 will deliver these services throughout the project lifecycle, normally taking full financial risk on the project after an exclusivity arrangement has been entered into with the Client. Land Advisers under Lot 2 will deliver services by way of lump sum fees or time charge commissions and will not take any financial risk. It is anticipated that Lot 1 call-offs will involve a longer term partnership between the Client and the Land Broker, whereas Lot 2 call-offs will be shorter term engagements to provide specific pieces of advice during the project lifecycle, with a focus on the early stage viability assessments. Land Brokers and Advisers will be required to make an initial assessment of opportunity arising from the public asset. This assessment would involve looking at options for assembly and development, most likely to RIBA 1 but with surveys, planning advice and soft market testing to determine commercial viability and deliverability both within the context of local and national policy expectations and also the constraints that would be imposed by the prevailing development, finance and construction markets. Further to initial viability assessments, Land Brokers and Advisers will then carry out detailed project scoping, concept design and due diligence, detailed design and planning preparation, planning and contracts up to start on site. Land Brokers and Advisers may also be retained by the Client to provide services during and post the construction phase including acting as the Client's agent and ensuring that the project is built out in accordance with the agreed specification, programme and outcomes. Land Brokers and Advisers will need to be able to demonstrate their understanding of the technical and commercial requirements of this role and also their experience in responding within the context of local and central government policy. This will include the need to demonstrate relevant stakeholder management skills; an ability to help clients identify, maximise and realise policy and commercial benefits; to advise on procurement matters and risk management; and experience in working on projects that have delivered tangible social infrastructure and social benefits. Experience in key infrastructure areas will also need to be demonstrated, for example, Health, Care, Education or Housing. Land Brokers under Lot 1 will also need to demonstrate experience and track record in the timely negotiation and delivery of land sale and development agreements showing how they have previously delivered wrapped solutions to deliver public sector requirements at risk. Legal services are not included in the scope of service for either Lot under this Framework. It is anticipated that the Client would appoint a legal team, with the Land Broker or Adviser broker acting as negotiator.