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Sewage, refuse, cleaning and environmental services

Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust | Published November 3, 2017  -  Deadline January 22, 2018
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90000000

Please see Tender Documents.

The Trust is seeking a private sector partner to provide services in connection with the refurbishment and ongoing maintenance of the Sterile Services Department (‘SSD’) at Stoke Mandeville Hospital. The Trust intends that the private sector partner (‘the Service Contractor’) will:

— Finance, design and build refurbishment works to the SSD building;

— Provide hard and soft FM services for the SSD;

— Provide a Managed Equipment Services for certain equipment in the SSD;

— Provide a facility to install certain additional equipment in the SSD and provide a Managed Equipment Service for this additional equipment;

— Provide a facility for the Trust to lease vehicles for the transport of items to and from the SSD;

— Provide a Helpdesk Service to allow the Trust to report problems and request services.

These services will be provided to a standard to allow the Trust to seek future MHRA accreditation for the SSD, if it decides to do so.

The Trust will pay for all of these services with a single monthly Service Payment (‘SP’) which will commence only when the SSD building has been refurbished, commissioned and tested to ensure that it provides the required environment and the equipment within it has been fully commissioned and validated.

Integrated Services for Victims of Domestic Violence and Abuse and their Children.

Buckinghamshire County Council | Published November 24, 2015
Winner
Aylesbury Women's Aid
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85312300, 85312310, 80400000, 85311300, 85322000

This contract is to provide services for all residents of Buckinghamshire who are victims of Domestic Violence and Abuse (DVA) and their children; to provide risk assessment and management and early help and preventative work. The highest priority when working with medium and high risk clients must be to secure the safety of the client and the client's children. Evolution of perceived need and funding for DVA over time has led to services being commissioned independently by different BCC services; Public Health, Community Safety and Children and Young People's Services and this contract integrates these areas of responsibility. This approach will support delivery of services which address a range of measurable outcomes covering all three services' agendas and will enable a flexible approach to changes in need and a co-ordinated model of monitoring and evaluation. The contract has 3 elements: 1. Support for Victims. To provide a pro-active service to enable victims who have experienced DVA recover and move forward with their lives and to function as well as possible whilst continuing to experience and/or exiting abusive relationships with special regard to safety and the impact of DVA upon their children. To reduce the risks posed to clients and their children and increase their safety, based on a thorough understanding of all their risks and their management. To enable non-abusing parents/carers to understand the impact of DVA upon their children and to enhance their parenting skills and so improve family relationships and outcomes for children. To work with clients (and where appropriate their families) in a holistic way to consider and address wider health, social and economic issues and impacts of abuse that will assist recovery and to reduce health inequalities. 2. Support for Children and Young People. To work with children and young people to enable them to manage the impact of being exposed to domestic violence and abuse. To deliver age-appropriate one to one and/or group work to children and young people who have lived with DVA to help them to process their experiences and to raise awareness of the nature and prevalence of DVA, within the school environment and other youth settings. 3. Support for Professionals and Residents. To provide awareness-raising and training for professionals around the issues of DVA, the impact on victims and their children and the services available for them and to foster an integrated multi-agency approach to working with the victims of DVA and their families based on good practice. To raise awareness within the community around the complexities of DVA and the services available. The contract start date is 1.4.2016. The contract will be for an initial period of three years with the option to extend for a further period of 2 x 12 months (i.e. maximum 5 years). A budget cap has been set for the Provision of Integrated Services for Victims of Domestic Violence and Abuse and their Children for the three year contract period at 1 758 630 GBP for the full 3 year contract period. Should additional funding become available during the life of the contract, further services may be required.

Integrated Services for Victims of Domestic Violence and Abuse and their Children.

Buckinghamshire County Council | Published June 27, 2015  -  Deadline August 3, 2015
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85312300, 85312310, 80400000, 85311300, 85322000

This contract is to provide services for all residents of Buckinghamshire who are victims of Domestic Violence & Abuse (DVA) and their children; to provide risk assessment & management and early help & preventative work. The highest priority when working with medium and high risk clients must be to secure the safety of the client and the client's children. Evolution of perceived need and funding for DVA over time has led to services being commissioned independently by different BCC services; Public Health, Community Safety and Children & Young People's Services and this contract integrates these areas of responsibility. This approach will support delivery of services which address a range of measurable outcomes covering all three services' agendas and will enable a flexible approach to changes in need and a co-ordinated model of monitoring and evaluation. TUPE will apply to this contract. The contract has 3 elements: 1. Support for Victims To provide a pro-active service to enable victims who have experienced DVA recover and move forward with their lives and to function as well as possible whilst continuing to experience and/or exiting abusive relationships with special regard to safety and the impact of DVA upon their children. To reduce the risks posed to clients and their children and increase their safety, based on a thorough understanding of all their risks and their management. To enable non-abusing parents/carers to understand the impact of DVA upon their children and to enhance their parenting skills and so improve family relationships and outcomes for children. To work with clients (and where appropriate their families) in a holistic way to consider and address wider health, social and economic issues and impacts of abuse that will assist recovery and to reduce health inequalities. 2. Support for Children and Young People To work with children and young people to enable them to manage the impact of being exposed to domestic violence and abuse. To deliver age-appropriate one to one and/or group work to children and young people who have lived with DVA to help them to process their experiences and to raise awareness of the nature and prevalence of DVA, within the school environment and other youth settings. 3. Support for Professionals & Residents To provide awareness-raising and training for professionals around the issues of DVA, the impact on victims and their children and the services available for them and to foster an integrated multi-agency approach to working with the victims of DVA and their families based on good practice. To raise awareness within the community around the complexities of DVA and the services available. The contract start date is 1st April 2016. The contract will be for an initial period of three years with the option to extend for a further period of 2 x 12 months (i.e. maximum 5 years). A budget cap has been set for the Provision of Integrated Services for Victims of Domestic Violence and Abuse and their Children for the three year contract period at 1 758 630 GBP for the full 3 year contract period. Should additional funding become available during the life of the contract, further services may be required. A briefing meeting will be held at 10:00 on 16.7.2015 in Aylesbury. Further details are provided in the invitation to tender documents.

Study to recommend the 'Right type of Parking, in the Right Location, at the Right Price in Aylesbury'

Aylesbury Vale District Council | Published July 18, 2017  -  Deadline July 31, 2017
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71241000

Aylesbury Vale District Council (AVDC) are inviting expressions of interest from consultants capable and interested in carrying out a study and providing recommendations for a car and coach parking strategy for Aylesbury town centre (incorporating other measures, as appropriate, including cycle parking, motorcycle parking, electric vehicle chargepoints and car share bays in order to help encourage more sustainable travel options and efficient use of available parking). It is envisaged that the findings of this study, together with other evidence, will assist the Council in drawing up a plan which will provide the "right type of parking in the right location, at the right price" in Aylesbury town. Aylesbury Vale is a large, mainly rural, district with a high quality environment. Aylesbury is the county town of Buckinghamshire and the largest town in the district. Other main settlements are Buckingham, Winslow, Wendover and Haddenham. The northern part of the district adjoins Milton Keynes; to the west lies Bicester, a short distance away. The south of the district includes part of the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and lies within Metropolitan Green Belt. Adjoining districts to the south have significant environmental constraints due to AONB and Green Belt designations. The primary objectives of this study are to consider the parking provision within Aylesbury Town and the surrounding area of influence and how AVDC can work with key stakeholders to deliver an integrated, innovative, sustainable and financially affordable parking strategy that meet the needs of our customers, our communities and our businesses (whilst also encouraging sustainable modes of travel). Specifically the strategy will set out a framework for parking within Aylesbury for the short (5-10 years), medium (10-15 years) and, potentially, the longer term. The delivery of the study will have linked dependencies and specific pieces of work will need to be delivered independently, in conjunction or consecutively. It is anticipated that the project will be broadly split into 3 sections; some pieces of work will need to be delivered in parallel, but for clarity and to enable agile decision making throughout the project each section will inform the work in the next. Please email your expression of interest to sdeyes@aylesburyvaledc.gov.uk by noon on 31st July 2017.

DVA Youth Worker

Buckinghamshire County Council | Published March 14, 2017  -  Deadline December 16, 2016
Winner
Wycombe Women's Aid
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85312310

Domestic Violence and Abuse Youth Worker Service to enhance awareness of the nature and prevalence of DVA within schools and young people environments to build resilience and awareness in young people around healthy relationships and to ensure support sessions for boys and girls aged 11-17 who have been affected by DVA
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