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WME 2015(1) — The Supply and Delivery of Bulk Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG).

West Mercia Energy (A Local Authority Joint Committee of Shropshire Council, Worcestershire County Council, Telford and Wrekin Council and Herefordshire Council) | Published November 14, 2015
Winner
Countrywide Farmers PLC
cpvs
09133000

Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG). Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG). A framework arrangement for the supply and delivery of bulk liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) including the installation of tanks where required, bottled propane gas and ancillary products to the customers of West Mercia Energy in its constituent authorities' areas of Shropshire, Herefordshire, Telford & Wrekin, and Worcestershire, together with other customers of West Mercia Energy (current and potential), in general as further identified at the following websites but also to include any organisation within the description in the paragraph above not so identified: https://www.gov.uk/find-your-local-council (Local Authorities) https://www.education.gov.uk/edubase/home.xhtml (education establishments) http://www.schoolswebdirectory.co.uk/index.php (education establishments) http://www.ukschoolsdirectory.net/ (education establishments) https://www.police.uk/?view=force_sites#force_sites (police) https://www.scotland.police.uk/ (police) http://www.fireservice.co.uk/information/ukfrs. (fire service) https://www.dft.gov.uk/mca/mcga07-home.htm (coast guard) https://www.nhs.uk/ServiceDirectories/Pages/AcuteTrustListing.aspx (nhs) http://www.show.scot.nhs.uk/organisations/index.aspx (nhs) https://www.wales.nhs.uk/nhswalesaboutus/structure (nhs) https://www.charitycommission.gov.uk/About_us/Regulation/Registering_charities_index.aspx (charities) http://www.oscr.org.uk/ (charities).

WME 2014 (1) The Supply of Electricity on a flexible basis and the provision of Associated Services.

West Mercia Energy (A Local Authority Joint Committee of Shropshire Council, Worcestershire County Council, Telford and Wrekin Council and Herefordshire Council) | Published March 5, 2015
Winner
Total Gas & Power Ltd
cpvs
09310000

A framework arrangement for the supply of electricity and the provision of associated services to the customers of West Mercia Energy in its constituent authorities' areas of Shropshire, Herefordshire, Telford and Wrekin, and Worcestershire, together with other customers of West Mercia Energy (current and potential), in general as further identified at the following websites but also to include any organisation within the description in the paragraph above not so identified: https://www.gov.uk/find-your-local-council (Local Authorities) https://www.education.gov.uk/edubase/home.xhtml (education establishments) https://www.schoolswebdirectory.co.uk/index.php (education establishments) https://www.ukschoolsdirectory.net/index.php (education establishments) https://www.uk-universitydirectory.co.uk/ (universities) https://www.police.uk/?view=force_sites#force_sites (police) https://www.scotland.police.uk/ (police) https://www.fireservice.co.uk/information/ukfrs. (fire service) https://www.dft.gov.uk/mca/mcga07-home.htm (coast guard) https://www.nhs.uk/ServiceDirectories/Pages/AcuteTrustListing.aspx (nhs) https://www.show.scot.nhs.uk/organisations/index.aspx (nhs) https://www.scottishambulance.com/Theservice/Default.aspx (ambulance services) https://www.wales.nhs.uk/nhswalesaboutus/structure (nhs) https://www.charitycommission.gov.uk/About_us/Regulation/Registering_charities_index.aspx (charities) http://www.oscr.org.uk/ (charities) In order to allow for forward flexible purchasing arrangements. The framework agreement will commence on 17.2.2015. The supply period will be for 4 years commencing on 1.4.2016.

WME 2015(1) — The Supply & Delivery of Bulk Liquified Petroleum Gas (LPG).

West Mercia Energy (A Local Authority Joint Committee of Shropshire Council, Worcestershire County Council, Telford and Wrekin Council and Herefordshire Council) | Published July 1, 2015  -  Deadline July 31, 2015
cpvs
09133000

Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG). The organisation is operated under the authority of a Joint Committee formed under the Local Government Act 1972, the Member Authorities being Shropshire Council, Herefordshire Council, Worcestershire County Council and Telford & Wrekin Council. A Joint Agreement between those Member Authorities determines the governance arrangements. The Joint Committee is the elected Member body responsible for the discharge of the functions of the Member Authorities. The objectives of the West Mercia Energy Joint Committee (WME) is to maintain effective, efficient and economic arrangements for the purchase and supply of energy at the request of and to the satisfaction of the Member Authorities and to other public bodies, non-profit making and charitable organisations, education providers, including Academies, and private sector organisations delivering public services on behalf of public bodies and such other organisations which may be approved by the Joint Committee (including approval via the Annual Business Plan) where it is permitted by law and is to benefit of Member Authorities to do so. In accordance with the above stated aims and objectives, WME are seeking to establish a framework arrangement for the supply and delivery of bulk liquified petroleum gas (LPG) including the installation of tanks where required, bottled propane gas and ancillary products to the customers of West Mercia Energy in its constituent authorities' areas of Shropshire, Herefordshire, Telford & Wrekin, and Worcestershire, together with other customers of West Mercia Energy (current and potential), in general as further identified at the following websites but also to include any organisation within the description in the paragraph above not so identified: https://www.gov.uk/find-your-local-council (Local Authorities) https://www.education.gov.uk/edubase/home.xhtml (education establishments) http://www.schoolswebdirectory.co.uk/index.php (education establishments) http://www.ukschoolsdirectory.net/ (education establishments) https://www.police.uk/?view=force_sites#force_sites (police) https://www.scotland.police.uk/ (police) http://www.fireservice.co.uk/information/ukfrs. (fire service) https://www.dft.gov.uk/mca/mcga07-home.htm (coast guard) https://www.nhs.uk/ServiceDirectories/Pages/AcuteTrustListing.aspx (NHS) http://www.show.scot.nhs.uk/organisations/index.aspx (NHS) https://www.wales.nhs.uk/nhswalesaboutus/structure (NHS) https://www.charitycommission.gov.uk/About_us/Regulation/Registering_charities_index.aspx (charities) http://www.oscr.org.uk/ (charities).

WME 2015(1) — The Supply & Delivery of Bulk Liquified Petroleum Gas (LPG).

West Mercia Energy (A Local Authority Committee of Shropshire Council, Worcestershire County Council | Published July 1, 2015  -  Deadline July 30, 2015
cpvs
09133000

Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG). The organisation is operated under the authority of a Joint Committee formed under the Local Government Act 1972, the Member Authorities being Shropshire Council, Herefordshire Council, Worcestershire County Council and Telford & Wrekin Council. A Joint Agreement between those Member Authorities determines the governance arrangements. The Joint Committee is the elected Member body responsible for the discharge of the functions of the Member Authorities. The objectives of the West Mercia Energy Joint Committee (WME) is to maintain effective, efficient and economic arrangements for the purchase and supply of energy at the request of and to the satisfaction of the Member Authorities and to other public bodies, non-profit making and charitable organisations, education providers, including Academies, and private sector organisations delivering public services on behalf of public bodies and such other organisations which may be approved by the Joint Committee (including approval via the Annual Business Plan) where it is permitted by law and is to benefit of Member Authorities to do so. In accordance with the above stated aims and objectives, WME are seeking to establish a framework arrangement for the supply and delivery of bulk liquified petroleum gas (LPG) including the installation of tanks where required, bottled propane gas and ancillary products to the customers of West Mercia Energy in its constituent authorities' areas of Shropshire, Herefordshire, Telford & Wrekin, and Worcestershire, together with other customers of West Mercia Energy (current and potential), in general as further identified at the following websites but also to include any organisation within the description in the paragraph above not so identified: https://www.gov.uk/find-your-local-council (Local Authorities) https://www.education.gov.uk/edubase/home.xhtml (education establishments) http://www.schoolswebdirectory.co.uk/index.php (education establishments) http://www.ukschoolsdirectory.net/ (education establishments) https://www.police.uk/?view=force_sites#force_sites (police) https://www.scotland.police.uk/ (police) http://www.fireservice.co.uk/information/ukfrs. (fire service) https://www.dft.gov.uk/mca/mcga07-home.htm (coast guard) https://www.nhs.uk/ServiceDirectories/Pages/AcuteTrustListing.aspx (NHS) http://www.show.scot.nhs.uk/organisations/index.aspx (NHS) https://www.wales.nhs.uk/nhswalesaboutus/structure (NHS) https://www.charitycommission.gov.uk/About_us/Regulation/Registering_charities_index.aspx (charities) http://www.oscr.org.uk/ (charities).

CFG 2015 — Framework agreement for the manufacture, delivery and installation of a range of benching

Counties Furniture Group | Published December 23, 2015
Winner
British Thornton ESF Ltd
cpvs
39160000

School Furniture: A framework agreement with a manufacture for the manufacture and delivery of a range of education furniture designed by CFG in the following lots: 1. Lot 1: Benching and storage — ContractBS15: This includes: — Fitted furniture — Benching; — Loose furniture — Mobile storage; — Ancillary items — Others included as part of offer. Contract description: For the manufacture, delivery and installation of a range of benching and storage furniture designed by CFG, including the supply of other ancillary items. Exact quantities and values are not known. The furniture will be ordered directly from the successful tenderer by UK schools, Local Authorities and other users. 2. Lot 2: PlanR ContractPr15: Contract description: For the manufacture and delivery of a range of mobile storage furniture, book shelving units, mobile powered screens and Step Seats/Surfaces designed by CFG. Exact quantities and values are not known. The furniture will be ordered directly from the successful tenderer by UK schools, Local Authorities and other users. Delivery and prices are required nationwide throughout the mainland UK, with potential for UK island deliveries at varied terms by agreement. Installation is required for individual contracts from time to time, by separate price agreement between the supplier and the customer. This framework agreement is for use by: — CFG Members: http://www.cfg.gov.uk/membership_folder/members_map.htm — Councils England: http://local.direct.gov.uk/LDGRedirect/MapLocationSearch.do?mode=1.1 — Councils Wales: http://gov.wales/topics/localgovernment/unitary-authorities/?lang=en — Education Establishments (England and Wales): http://www.education.gov.uk/edubase/public/quickSearchResult.xhtml?myListCount=0 — Scottish Council: http://www.gov.scot/About/Government/councils — Scottish Schools: http://www.educationscotland.gov.uk/parentzone/myschool/findaschool/ — UK Police Forces: https://www.police.uk/forces/ — UK NHS Authorities: http://www.nhs.uk/NHSEngland/thenhs/about/Pages/authoritiesandtrusts.aspx — UK Central Government Departments and their Agencies: https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations — Fire and Rescue Scotland: http://www.firescotland.gov.uk/your-area.aspx — Fire and Rescue England and Wales: http://www.fire.org.uk/fire-brigades.html — Charities Scotland: http://www.oscr.org.uk — Charities England and Wales: http://apps.charitycommission.gov.uk/Showcharity/RegisterOfCharities/registerhomepage.aspx The framework is for a period of 4 years commencing 1.2.2016-31.3.2020.

CFG 2015 — Framework agreement for the manufacture, delivery and installation of a range of benching and storage, mobile storage and seating furniture, computer tables and ancillary products.

Counties Furniture Group | Published December 23, 2015
Winner
British Thornton ESF Ltd
cpvs
39160000

School Furniture:

A framework agreement with a manufacture for the manufacture and delivery of a range of education furniture designed by CFG in the following lots:

1. Lot 1: Benching and storage — ContractBS15:

This includes:

— Fitted furniture — Benching;

— Loose furniture — Mobile storage;

— Ancillary items — Others included as part of offer.

Contract description:

For the manufacture, delivery and installation of a range of benching and storage furniture designed by CFG, including the supply of other ancillary items. Exact quantities and values are not known. The furniture will be ordered directly from the successful tenderer by UK schools, Local Authorities and other users.

2. Lot 2: PlanR ContractPr15:

Contract description:

For the manufacture and delivery of a range of mobile storage furniture, book shelving units, mobile powered screens and Step Seats/Surfaces designed by CFG. Exact quantities and values are not known. The furniture will be ordered directly from the successful tenderer by UK schools, Local Authorities and other users.

Delivery and prices are required nationwide throughout the mainland UK, with potential for UK island deliveries at varied terms by agreement. Installation is required for individual contracts from time to time, by separate price agreement between the supplier and the customer.

This framework agreement is for use by:

— CFG Members: http://www.cfg.gov.uk/membership_folder/members_map.htm

— Councils England: http://local.direct.gov.uk/LDGRedirect/MapLocationSearch.do?mode=1.1

— Councils Wales: http://gov.wales/topics/localgovernment/unitary-authorities/?lang=en

Education Establishments (England and Wales): http://www.education.gov.uk/edubase/public/quickSearchResult.xhtml?myListCount=0

— Scottish Council: http://www.gov.scot/About/Government/councils

— Scottish Schools: http://www.educationscotland.gov.uk/parentzone/myschool/findaschool/

— UK Police Forces: https://www.police.uk/forces/

— UK NHS Authorities: http://www.nhs.uk/NHSEngland/thenhs/about/Pages/authoritiesandtrusts.aspx

— UK Central Government Departments and their Agencies: https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations

— Fire and Rescue Scotland: http://www.firescotland.gov.uk/your-area.aspx

— Fire and Rescue England and Wales: http://www.fire.org.uk/fire-brigades.html

— Charities Scotland: http://www.oscr.org.uk

— Charities England and Wales: http://apps.charitycommission.gov.uk/Showcharity/RegisterOfCharities/registerhomepage.aspx

The framework is for a period of 4 years commencing 1.2.2016-31.3.2020.

CFG 2015 — Framework agreement for the manufacture, delivery and installation of a range of benching

Counties Furniture Group | Published September 14, 2015  -  Deadline October 14, 2015
cpvs
39160000, 39160000, 39160000, 39160000

School furniture. A framework agreement with a manufacture or manufacturers for the manufacture and delivery of a range of education furniture designed by CFG in the following lots: LOT 1 — Benching and storage — Contract BS15 This includes: Includes; — Fitted Furniture — Benching. — Under bench storage. — Sink units and fittings. — Service hubs. — Wall fixed storage. — Loose Furniture — Mobile storage. — Tall storage. — Miscellaneous storage (e.g. plan chests, paper shelves etc.) — Science table. — Plastic tray. — Ancillary items — Adjustable height table. — Fume cupboard. — D&T workbench. — Tool storage. — Dining table / benches. — Others included as part of offer. Contract description: For the manufacture, delivery and installation of a range of benching and storage furniture designed by CFG, including the supply of other ancillary items. Exact quantities and values are not known. The furniture will be ordered directly from the successful tenderer by UK schools, Local Authorities and other users. Delivery and prices are required nationwide throughout the mainland UK, with potential for UK island deliveries at varied terms by agreement. Installation is required for individual contracts from time to time, by separate price agreement between the supplier and the customer. LOT 2 — PlanR -- Contract Pr15 This includes: Includes; — Loose Furniture — Tall mobile storage, — Book shelving, — Step seat / surface, — Mobile powered screen. Contract description: For the manufacture and delivery of a range of mobile storage furniture, book shelving units, mobile powered screens and Step Seats / Surfaces designed by CFG. Exact quantities and values are not known. The furniture will be ordered directly from the successful tenderer by UK schools. Local Authorities and other users. Delivery and prices are required nationwide throughout the mainland UK, with potential for UK island deliveries at varied terms by agreement. LOT 3 Computer Tables — Contract Ct15 This includes: — Loose Furniture -Cantilevered table — Screen — Under table storage — Ancillary fittings (e.g. Height adjustable operator's chair, cable management, power modules etc.) — Other items included as part of offer. Contract description: For the manufacture and delivery of a range of Computer Tables and other ancillary items designed by CFG or items of the manufactures own design. Exact quantities and values are not known. The furniture will be ordered directly from the successful tenderer by UK schools. Local Authorities and other users. Delivery and prices are required nationwide throughout the mainland UK, with potential for UK island deliveries at varied terms by agreement. Exact quantities are not known. This framework agreement is for use by: CFG Members: http://www.cfg.gov.uk/membership_folder/members_map.htm Councils England: http://local.direct.gov.uk/LDGRedirect/MapLocationSearch.do?mode=1.1 Councils Wales: http://gov.wales/topics/localgovernment/unitary-authorities/?lang=en Education Establishments (England and Wales) http://www.education.gov.uk/edubase/public/quickSearchResult.xhtml?myListCount=0 Scottish Council: http://www.gov.scot/About/Government/councils Scottish Schools: http://www.educationscotland.gov.uk/parentzone/myschool/findaschool/ UK Police Forces: https://www.police.uk/forces/ UK NHS Authorities http://www.nhs.uk/NHSEngland/thenhs/about/Pages/authoritiesandtrusts.aspx UK Central Government Departments & their Agencies https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations Fire & Rescue — Scotland http://www.firescotland.gov.uk/your-area.aspx Fire & Rescue — England & Wales http://www.fire.org.uk/fire-brigades.html Charities — Scotland http://www.oscr.org.uk Charities — England & Wales http://apps.charitycommission.gov.uk/Showcharity/RegisterOfCharities/registerhomepage.aspx The framework will be in place for a period of 4 years commencing 1.4.2016.

CFG 2015 — Framework agreement for the manufacture, delivery and installation of a range of benching and storage, mobile storage and seating furniture, computer tables and ancillary products.

Counties Furniture Group | Published September 12, 2015  -  Deadline October 15, 2015
cpvs
39160000

School furniture. A framework agreement with a manufacture or manufacturers for the manufacture and delivery of a range of education furniture designed by CFG in the following lots: LOT 1 — Benching and storage — Contract BS15 This includes: Includes; — Fitted Furniture — Benching. — Under bench storage. — Sink units and fittings. — Service hubs. — Wall fixed storage. — Loose Furniture — Mobile storage. — Tall storage. — Miscellaneous storage (e.g. plan chests, paper shelves etc.) — Science table. — Plastic tray. — Ancillary items — Adjustable height table. — Fume cupboard. — D&T workbench. — Tool storage. — Dining table / benches. — Others included as part of offer. Contract description: For the manufacture, delivery and installation of a range of benching and storage furniture designed by CFG, including the supply of other ancillary items. Exact quantities and values are not known. The furniture will be ordered directly from the successful tenderer by UK schools, Local Authorities and other users. Delivery and prices are required nationwide throughout the mainland UK, with potential for UK island deliveries at varied terms by agreement. Installation is required for individual contracts from time to time, by separate price agreement between the supplier and the customer. LOT 2 — PlanR -- Contract Pr15 This includes: Includes; — Loose Furniture — Tall mobile storage, — Book shelving, — Step seat / surface, — Mobile powered screen. Contract description: For the manufacture and delivery of a range of mobile storage furniture, book shelving units, mobile powered screens and Step Seats / Surfaces designed by CFG. Exact quantities and values are not known. The furniture will be ordered directly from the successful tenderer by UK schools. Local Authorities and other users. Delivery and prices are required nationwide throughout the mainland UK, with potential for UK island deliveries at varied terms by agreement. LOT 3 Computer Tables — Contract Ct15 This includes: — Loose Furniture -Cantilevered table — Screen — Under table storage — Ancillary fittings (e.g. Height adjustable operator's chair, cable management, power modules etc.) — Other items included as part of offer. Contract description: For the manufacture and delivery of a range of Computer Tables and other ancillary items designed by CFG or items of the manufactures own design. Exact quantities and values are not known. The furniture will be ordered directly from the successful tenderer by UK schools. Local Authorities and other users. Delivery and prices are required nationwide throughout the mainland UK, with potential for UK island deliveries at varied terms by agreement. Exact quantities are not known. This framework agreement is for use by: CFG Members: http://www.cfg.gov.uk/membership_folder/members_map.htm Councils England: http://local.direct.gov.uk/LDGRedirect/MapLocationSearch.do?mode=1.1 Councils Wales: http://gov.wales/topics/localgovernment/unitary-authorities/?lang=en Education Establishments (England and Wales) http://www.education.gov.uk/edubase/public/quickSearchResult.xhtml?myListCount=0 Scottish Council: http://www.gov.scot/About/Government/councils Scottish Schools: http://www.educationscotland.gov.uk/parentzone/myschool/findaschool/ UK Police Forces: https://www.police.uk/forces/ UK NHS Authorities http://www.nhs.uk/NHSEngland/thenhs/about/Pages/authoritiesandtrusts.aspx UK Central Government Departments & their Agencies https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations Fire & Rescue — Scotland http://www.firescotland.gov.uk/your-area.aspx Fire & Rescue — England & Wales http://www.fire.org.uk/fire-brigades.html Charities — Scotland http://www.oscr.org.uk Charities — England & Wales http://apps.charitycommission.gov.uk/Showcharity/RegisterOfCharities/registerhomepage.aspx The framework will be in place for a period of 4 years commencing 1.4.2016.

CFG 2015 - Framework agreement for the manufacture, delivery and installation of a range of benching and storage, mobile storage and seating furniture, computer tables and ancillary products

Counties Furniture Group | Published April 4, 2017  -  Deadline December 7, 2015
cpvs
39160000

School furniture. A framework agreement with a manufacture or manufacturers for the manufacture and delivery of a range of education furniture designed by CFG in the following lots: LOT 1 - Benching and storage - Contract BS15 For the manufacture, delivery and installation of a range of benching and storage furniture designed by CFG, including the supply of other ancillary items. Exact quantities and values are not known. The furniture will be ordered directly from the successful tenderer by UK schools, Local Authorities and other users. Delivery and prices are required nationwide throughout the mainland UK, with potential for UK island deliveries at varied terms by agreement. Installation is required for individual contracts from time to time, by separate price agreement between the supplier and the customer. LOT 2 - PlanR -- Contract Pr15 For the manufacture and delivery of a range of mobile storage furniture, book shelving units, mobile powered screens and Step Seats / Surfaces designed by CFG. Exact quantities and values are not known. The furniture will be ordered directly from the successful tenderer by UK schools. Local Authorities and other users. Delivery and prices are required nationwide throughout the mainland UK, with potential for UK island deliveries at varied terms by agreement. LOT 3 Computer Tables - Contract Ct15 For the manufacture and delivery of a range of Computer Tables and other ancillary items designed by CFG or items of the manufactures own design. Exact quantities and values are not known. The furniture will be ordered directly from the successful tenderer by UK schools. Local Authorities and other users. Delivery and prices are required nationwide throughout the mainland UK, with potential for UK island deliveries at varied terms by agreement. Exact quantities are not known. This framework agreement is for use by: CFG Members: http://www.cfg.gov.uk/membership_folder/members_map.htm Councils England: http://local.direct.gov.uk/LDGRedirect/MapLocationSearch.do?mode=1.1 Councils Wales: http://gov.wales/topics/localgovernment/unitary-authorities/?lang=en Education Establishments (England and Wales) http://

EMC 027 — Specialist Residential Care Services for Looked After Children.

Shropshire Council | Published April 14, 2015  -  Deadline May 29, 2015
cpvs
85311000

Social work services with accommodation. Shropshire Council on behalf of its Children's Services Directorate seeks to procure the provision of this service externally. The service will provide specialist residential care for some of Shropshire Council's Looked After Children and young people, aged 8-17 at time of admission. The service excludes educational provision. The service excludes emergency care placements. The needs of our looked after children are diverse. We seek to establish a number of block contracts with different providers to achieve a diverse offer of residential settings. Each block contract will have the option to spot purchase additional beds based on the council's need. The age range for this service will be 8-17, at time of admission. Some children and young people will have challenging emotional and/or behavioural disorders. Some will have a tendency to engage in risky behaviour. Many will have an Education — Health — Care plan. Successful tenderers will become part of the corporate family and will be equally accountable for ensuring that they achieve best outcomes for children in their care. As a public authority, in line with the Public Services (Social Value) Act 2012 the Council has due regard to economic, social and environmental well-being in Shropshire. Accordingly the council is looking, in relation to the delivery of this contract, for proposals from contractors that could help provide social value benefits within Shropshire where practicable and to maximise the social and economic impact of the proposed contract. This is a notice for Social and specific services in accordance with Directive 2014/24/EU Article 74 being Social Services. Accordingly the Council will follow a process based on the principles of transparency. The Council will treat all economic operators equally and in a non-discriminatory way. Applicants should note that it is considered that the Employee ‘Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations ‘2006 (‘TUPE') may apply to this contract. The contract will be for an initial period of 3 years with an option exercisable on behalf of the council to extend for a maximum further period of 2 times 12-months.

EMC 027 — Specialist Residential Care Services for Looked After Children.

Shropshire Council | Published April 14, 2015  -  Deadline May 28, 2015
cpvs
85311000

Social work services with accommodation. Shropshire Council on behalf of its Children's Services Directorate seeks to procure the provision of this service externally. The service will provide specialist residential care for some of Shropshire Council's Looked After Children and young people, aged 8-17 at time of admission. The service excludes educational provision. The service excludes emergency care placements. The needs of our looked after children are diverse. We seek to establish a number of block contracts with different providers to achieve a diverse offer of residential settings. Each block contract will have the option to spot purchase additional beds based on the council's need. The age range for this service will be 8-17, at time of admission. Some children and young people will have challenging emotional and/or behavioural disorders. Some will have a tendency to engage in risky behaviour. Many will have an Education — Health — Care plan. Successful tenderers will become part of the corporate family and will be equally accountable for ensuring that they achieve best outcomes for children in their care. As a public authority, in line with the Public Services (Social Value) Act 2012 the Council has due regard to economic, social and environmental well-being in Shropshire. Accordingly the council is looking, in relation to the delivery of this contract, for proposals from contractors that could help provide social value benefits within Shropshire where practicable and to maximise the social and economic impact of the proposed contract. This is a notice for Social and specific services in accordance with Directive 2014/24/EU Article 74 being Social Services. Accordingly the Council will follow a process based on the principles of transparency. The Council will treat all economic operators equally and in a non-discriminatory way. Applicants should note that it is considered that the Employee ‘Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations ‘2006 (‘TUPE') may apply to this contract. The contract will be for an initial period of 3 years with an option exercisable on behalf of the council to extend for a maximum further period of 2 times 12-months.

Vocational training services

Shropshire Council | Published January 7, 2017  -  Deadline February 6, 2017
cpvs
80530000

Shropshire Council is looking to create a framework of providers to deliver apprenticeship training from April 2017. This is in response to the government's reform of apprenticeships and the introduction of the Apprenticeship Levy which will come into effect on 1.4.2017. The council is looking to maximise the use of the Levy pot available across all its service areas whilst also supporting our partners to make use of their own levy pots by accessing our framework of providers.

Shropshire Council is looking to create a framework of providers to deliver apprenticeship training from April 2017. This is in response to the government's reform of apprenticeships and the introduction of the Apprenticeship Levy which will come into effect on 1.4.2017. The council is looking to maximise the use of the Levy pot available across all its service areas whilst also supporting our partners to make use of their own levy pots by accessing our framework of providers.

The framework will be made up of providers who are able to deliver apprenticeships for one or a variety of the following lot categories:

1. Administration;

2. Adult Social Care;

3. Agriculture, Horticulture, Animal Care and Groundsmanship;

4. Arts, Events and Production;

5. Cleaning, Estates and Facilities;

6. Coaching, Leadership, Management and Projects;

7. Compliance and Legal;

8. Construction, Planning and the Built Environment;

9. Customer Services;

10. Driving and Vehicle Maintenance;

11. Finance;

12. Food and Drink (hospitality);

13. Health and equality;

14. Health and Safety;

15. Housing;

16. HR;

17. IT, Media, Communications and Marketing;

18. Leisure;

19. Manufacturing and Warehousing;

20. Public and Emergency Services;

21. Retail and Enterprise;

22. Security;

23. Teaching and Learning;

24. Youth, Children and early years.

Each of the above categories will have multiple sub categories as set out in the Tender documentation. Providers should be able to provide at least several of these sub categories in relation to the lot or lots which they are applying for.

It is a mandatory requirement for applicants that they are successful in being included onto the Register of Apprenticeship Training Providers (RoATP).

There will be a maximum of 5 providers in each category. The top 5 scoring providers for each category will be successful. If there are not 5 providers who tender for a category the framework positions will be awarded to those who have bid if they meet all pass/fail requirements.

Organisations who are successful in being accepted onto the framework will then be invited to bid for apprenticeship training when the need is identified and a further stage of competition between providers in the appropriate categories will take place and a separate call off contract will be entered into. This will be governed by the terms and conditions included in the tender documentation. If there is only one provider in a category there will still be a requirement for that organisation to bid for call off contracts. Further competition bids should be in line with the tenders submitted in applying for this framework, particularly regarding value for money. Further competition Bids will be considered based upon price as well as value for money, availability, delivery methods, location of delivery, flexibility and convenience and the support of learners' specific needs or requirements.

This framework will be available for use by any other local authority, public sector body, education provider (i.e. schools, academies, multi academy trusts, FE and HE) in England.

Shropshire Council also intend to set up an Apprenticeship Matching Service to its partners and other public sector/education organisations. This will enable the council to provide advice and guidance on matching providers on our framework with apprenticeship needs and the council will charge an administrative fee for doing so.

Shropshire Council reserves the right to remove any provider from the framework if the provider fails to provide value for money or quality delivery, or is removed from the Register of Apprenticeship Training Providers (RoATP).

We are looking to contract with providers on the framework for an initial period of one year with the option for extension of further 12 month periods up to a total maximum period of 4 years commencing on 1.4.2017.

Please see description at Description Lot No 1 II.2.4

We are unable to estimate the value of individual lots.

Other community, social and personal services

Shropshire Council | Published December 17, 2016  -  Deadline January 20, 2017
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Shropshire Council is seeking a Provider or Providers to deliver Floating Housing Support services across the county.

Housing Support services are preventative in nature and aim to help vulnerable people to remain in their home as independently as possible or to find and settle into a suitable home of their own.

The primary aims of Housing Support include maximising stability within the home, minimising dependence on welfare benefits and, where applicable, to delay or avoid residential care admissions, A&E admissions and unplanned hospital admissions, support access to education, training and employment and to community based social networks.

Shropshire Council is seeking a Provider or Providers to deliver Floating Housing Support services across the county. Housing Support services are preventative in nature and aim to help vulnerable people to remain in their home as independently as possible or to find and settle into a suitable home of their own. The primary aims of Housing Support include maximising stability within the home, minimising dependence on welfare benefits and, where applicable, to delay or avoid residential care admissions, A&E admissions and unplanned hospital admissions, support access to education, training and employment and to community based social networks.

The objectives of the Housing Support are to:

— provide flexible, targeted housing-related support through a range of methods including intensive and low-intensity one-to-one support, access to group activities, drop-in sessions plus others determined in consultation with Service Users and partner organisations,

— increase Service Users' capacity in decision-making,

— be responsive to the changing needs of housing-related support services identified in Shropshire,

— provide Crisis Housing Support on a time-limited basis at the direction of Shropshire Council Housing Services and to step down support to Higher-Level or Low-Intensity support or no provision at the appropriate time,

— target individual support duration and delivery so that Service Users achieve independence as quickly as they are able,

— deliver preventative outcomes and support individual Service Users' achievement.

Support will be provided through a mixed model incorporating:

— Crisis and time-limited support for a specific purpose, e.g. imminent risk of homelessness or discharge from hospital or temporary care settings. Shropshire Council will wish to control referrals and closely monitor progress of all clients receiving Crisis support. This will include access to supported accommodation where available.

— Higher-Level support, which is often time-limited, for people whose housing support needs cannot be met by Low-Intensity support described below. This support is typically underpinned by an agreed support plan and will consist of regular, planned support sessions. Wherever possible the length of time a Service User is in receipt of Higher-Level support will be time limited although it is acknowledged that some people may need ongoing support. The Provider will use its experience and a risk-based approach to determine how and to whom resources are directed.

— Low-Intensity, occasional support available on an ‘ad-hoc’ basis designed to maintain people's independence through the knowledge that help and advice is available when needed. The Provider will use its experience and a risk-based approach to determine how and to whom resources are directed. This will include maintenance of support hubs which are accessible to the wider community, partner organisations and community / voluntary groups. It is intended that people will move between Crisis, Higher-Level and Low-Intensity support as needed and it is the responsibility of the Provider to allocate available resources to ensure that Service Users are prioritised based on their levels of need. Housing Support Services have been divided into Lots described below. Each Lot will have a fixed annual contract value allocated. Tenderers may bid for one or more Lots in any combination. Bids on behalf of a consortium are welcomed. The contract will be for a one year period with an option to extend for a further 1 year. The total aggregate fixed contract value is 1 449 587 GBP per annum, equivalent to 2 899 174 GBP if the contracts are extended to their maximum permissible length. Lots will incorporate a requirement to work with a range of vulnerable people including older people, people at risk of homelessness including 16 and 17 year olds, people with mental health problems, people with learning disabilities, people at risk of reoffending and people with substance misuse problems.

Shropshire Council is seeking a Provider or Providers to deliver Floating Housing Support services across the county.

Housing Support services are preventative in nature and aim to help vulnerable people to remain in their home as independently as possible or to find and settle into a suitable home of their own.

The primary aims of Housing Support include maximising stability within the home, minimising dependence on welfare benefits and, where applicable, to delay or avoid residential care admissions, A&E admissions and unplanned hospital admissions, support access to education, training and employment and to community based social networks.

The objectives of the Housing Support are to:

— provide flexible, targeted housing-related support through a range of methods including intensive and low-intensity one-to-one support, access to group activities, drop-in sessions plus others determined in consultation with Service Users and partner organisations,

— increase Service Users' capacity in decision-making,

— be responsive to the changing needs of housing-related support services identified in Shropshire,

— provide Crisis Housing Support on a time-limited basis at the direction of Shropshire Council Housing Services and to step down support to Higher-Level or Low-Intensity support or no provision at the appropriate time,

— target individual support duration and delivery so that Service Users achieve independence as quickly as they are able,

— deliver preventative outcomes and support individual Service Users' achievement.

Support will be provided through a mixed model incorporating:

— Crisis and time-limited support for a specific purpose, e.g. imminent risk of homelessness or discharge from hospital or temporary care settings. Shropshire Council will wish to control referrals and closely monitor progress of all clients receiving Crisis support. This will include access to supported accommodation where available.

— Higher-Level support, which is often time-limited, for people whose housing support needs cannot be met by Low-Intensity support described below. This support is typically underpinned by an agreed support plan and will consist of regular, planned support sessions. Wherever possible the length of time a Service User is in receipt of Higher-Level support will be time limited although it is acknowledged that some people may need ongoing support. The Provider will use its experience and a risk-based approach to determine how and to whom resources are directed.

— Low-Intensity, occasional support available on an ‘ad-hoc’ basis designed to maintain people's independence through the knowledge that help and advice is available when needed. The Provider will use its experience and a risk-based approach to determine how and to whom resources are directed. This will include maintenance of support hubs which are accessible to the wider community, partner organisations and community / voluntary groups.

It is intended that people will move between Crisis, Higher-Level and Low-Intensity support as needed and it is the responsibility of the Provider to allocate available resources to ensure that Service Users are prioritised based on their levels of need.

Housing Support Services have been divided into Lots described below. Each Lot will have a fixed annual contract value allocated. Tenderers may bid for 1 or more Lots in any combination. Bids on behalf of a consortium are welcomed. The contract will be for a one year period with an option to extend for a further one year. The total aggregate fixed contract value is 1 449 587 GBP per annum, equivalent to 2 899 174 GBP if the contracts are extended to their maximum permissible length. Lots will incorporate a requirement to work with a range of vulnerable people including older people, people at risk of homelessness including 16 and 17 year olds, people with mental health problems, people with learning disabilities, people at risk of reoffending and people with substance misuse problems.

Shropshire Council is seeking a Provider or Providers to deliver Floating Housing Support services across the county.

Housing Support services are preventative in nature and aim to help vulnerable people to remain in their home as independently as possible or to find and settle into a suitable home of their own.

The primary aims of Housing Support include maximising stability within the home, minimising dependence on welfare benefits and, where applicable, to delay or avoid residential care admissions, A&E admissions and unplanned hospital admissions, support access to education, training and employment and to community based social networks.

The objectives of the Housing Support are to:

— provide flexible, targeted housing-related support through a range of methods including intensive and low-intensity one-to-one support, access to group activities, drop-in sessions plus others determined in consultation with Service Users and partner organisations,

— increase Service Users' capacity in decision-making,

— be responsive to the changing needs of housing-related support services identified in Shropshire,

— provide Crisis Housing Support on a time-limited basis at the direction of Shropshire Council Housing Services and to step down support to Higher-Level or Low-Intensity support or no provision at the appropriate time,

— target individual support duration and delivery so that Service Users achieve independence as quickly as they are able,

— deliver preventative outcomes and support individual Service Users' achievement.

Support will be provided through a mixed model incorporating:

— Crisis and time-limited support for a specific purpose, eg imminent risk of homelessness or discharge from hospital or temporary care settings. Shropshire Council will wish to control referrals and closely monitor progress of all clients receiving Crisis support. This will include access to supported accommodation where available.

— Higher-Level support, which is often time-limited, for people whose housing support needs cannot be met by Low-Intensity support described below. This support is typically underpinned by an agreed support plan and will consist of regular, planned support sessions. Wherever possible the length of time a Service User is in receipt of Higher-Level support will be time limited although it is acknowledged that some people may need ongoing support. The Provider will use its experience and a risk-based approach to determine how and to whom resources are directed.

— Low-Intensity, occasional support available on an ‘ad-hoc’ basis designed to maintain people's independence through the knowledge that help and advice is available when needed. The Provider will use its experience and a risk-based approach to determine how and to whom resources are directed. This will include maintenance of support hubs which are accessible to the wider community, partner organisations and community / voluntary groups.

It is intended that people will move between Crisis, Higher-Level and Low-Intensity support as needed and it is the responsibility of the Provider to allocate available resources to ensure that Service Users are prioritised based on their levels of need.

Housing Support Services have been divided into Lots described below. Each Lot will have a fixed annual contract value allocated. Tenderers may bid for 1 or more Lots in any combination. Bids on behalf of a consortium are welcomed. The contract will be for a one year period with an option to extend for a further one year. The total aggregate fixed contract value is 1 449 587 GBP per annum, equivalent to 2 899 174 GBP if the contracts are extended to their maximum permissible length. Lots will incorporate a requirement to work with a range of vulnerable people including older people, people at risk of homelessness including 16 and 17 year olds, people with mental health problems, people with learning disabilities, people at risk of reoffending and people with substance misuse problems.

Shropshire Council is seeking a Provider or Providers to deliver Floating Housing Support services across the county.

Housing Support services are preventative in nature and aim to help vulnerable people to remain in their home as independently as possible or to find and settle into a suitable home of their own.

The primary aims of Housing Support include maximising stability within the home, minimising dependence on welfare benefits and, where applicable, to delay or avoid residential care admissions, A&E admissions and unplanned hospital admissions, support access to education, training and employment and to community based social networks.

The objectives of the Housing Support are to:

— provide flexible, targeted housing-related support through a range of methods including intensive and low-intensity one-to-one support, access to group activities, drop-in sessions plus others determined in consultation with Service Users and partner organisations,

— increase Service Users' capacity in decision-making,

— be responsive to the changing needs of housing-related support services identified in Shropshire,

— provide Crisis Housing Support on a time-limited basis at the direction of Shropshire Council Housing Services and to step down support to Higher-Level or Low-Intensity support or no provision at the appropriate time,

— target individual support duration and delivery so that Service Users achieve independence as quickly as they are able,

— deliver preventative outcomes and support individual Service Users' achievement.

Support will be provided through a mixed model incorporating

— Crisis and time-limited support for a specific purpose, eg imminent risk of homelessness or discharge from hospital or temporary care settings. Shropshire Council will wish to control referrals and closely monitor progress of all clients receiving Crisis support. This will include access to supported accommodation where available.

— Higher-Level support, which is often time-limited, for people whose housing support needs cannot be met by Low-Intensity support described below. This support is typically underpinned by an agreed support plan and will consist of regular, planned support sessions. Wherever possible the length of time a Service User is in receipt of Higher-Level support will be time limited although it is acknowledged that some people may need ongoing support. The Provider will use its experience and a risk-based approach to determine how and to whom resources are directed.

— Low-Intensity, occasional support available on an ‘ad-hoc’ basis designed to maintain people's independence through the knowledge that help and advice is available when needed. The Provider will use its experience and a risk-based approach to determine how and to whom resources are directed. This will include maintenance of support hubs which are accessible to the wider community, partner organisations and community / voluntary groups.

It is intended that people will move between Crisis, Higher-Level and Low-Intensity support as needed and it is the responsibility of the Provider to allocate available resources to ensure that Service Users are prioritised based on their levels of need.

Housing Support Services have been divided into Lots described below. Each Lot will have a fixed annual contract value allocated. Tenderers may bid for 1 or more Lots in any combination. Bids on behalf of a consortium are welcomed. The contract will be for a one year period with an option to extend for a further 1 year. The total aggregate fixed contract value is 1 449 587 GBP per annum, equivalent to 2 899 174 GBP if the contracts are extended to their maximum permissible length. Lots will incorporate a requirement to work with a range of vulnerable people including older people, people at risk of homelessness including 16 and 17 year olds, people with mental health problems, people with learning disabilities, people at risk of reoffending and people with substance misuse problems.

Shropshire Council is seeking a Provider or Providers to deliver Floating Housing Support services across the county.

Housing Support services are preventative in nature and aim to help vulnerable people to remain in their home as independently as possible or to find and settle into a suitable home of their own.

The primary aims of Housing Support include maximising stability within the home, minimising dependence on welfare benefits and, where applicable, to delay or avoid residential care admissions, A&E admissions and unplanned hospital admissions, support access to education, training and employment and to community based social networks.

The objectives of the Housing Support are to:

— provide flexible, targeted housing-related support through a range of methods including intensive and low-intensity one-to-one support, access to group activities, drop-in sessions plus others determined in consultation with Service Users and partner organisations,

— increase Service Users' capacity in decision-making,

— be responsive to the changing needs of housing-related support services identified in Shropshire,

— provide Crisis Housing Support on a time-limited basis at the direction of Shropshire Council Housing Services and to step down support to Higher-Level or Low-Intensity support or no provision at the appropriate time,

— target individual support duration and delivery so that Service Users achieve independence as quickly as they are able,

— deliver preventative outcomes and support individual Service Users' achievement.

Support will be provided through a mixed model incorporating:

— Crisis and time-limited support for a specific purpose, eg imminent risk of homelessness or discharge from hospital or temporary care settings. Shropshire Council will wish to control referrals and closely monitor progress of all clients receiving Crisis support. This will include access to supported accommodation where available.

— Higher-Level support, which is often time-limited, for people whose housing support needs cannot be met by Low-Intensity support described below. This support is typically underpinned by an agreed support plan and will consist of regular, planned support sessions. Wherever possible the length of time a Service User is in receipt of Higher-Level support will be time limited although it is acknowledged that some people may need ongoing support. The Provider will use its experience and a risk-based approach to determine how and to whom resources are directed.

— Low-Intensity, occasional support available on an ‘ad-hoc’ basis designed to maintain people's independence through the knowledge that help and advice is available when needed. The Provider will use its experience and a risk-based approach to determine how and to whom resources are directed. This will include maintenance of support hubs which are accessible to the wider community, partner organisations and community / voluntary groups.

It is intended that people will move between Crisis, Higher-Level and Low-Intensity support as needed and it is the responsibility of the Provider to allocate available resources to ensure that Service Users are prioritised based on their levels of need.

Housing Support Services have been divided into Lots described below. Each Lot will have a fixed annual contract value allocated. Tenderers may bid for 1 or more Lots in any combination. Bids on behalf of a consortium are welcomed. The contract will be for a one year period with an option to extend for a further 1 year. The total aggregate fixed contract value is 1 449 587 GBP per annum, equivalent to 2 899 174 GBP if the contracts are extended to their maximum permissible length. Lots will incorporate a requirement to work with a range of vulnerable people including older people, people at risk of homelessness including 16 and 17 year olds, people with mental health problems, people with learning disabilities, people at risk of reoffending and people with substance misuse problems.

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