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Construction work for houses

Homes and Communities Agency | Published December 6, 2016  -  Deadline January 23, 2017

The Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) is seeking a development partner to deliver much needed housing, whilst delivering on local aspirations to create a distinctive, lower density semi-rural residential environment on a prime site in Alton. The HCA anticipates the construction of up to 280 homes, including 20 % affordable housing, within a net developable area of 10.99 ha. The successful partner will be required to secure reserved matters planning consent, develop a new country park, and fulfill the HCA's obligations under various legal agreements in relation in relation to payments for the delivery of local infrastructure. Ancillary requirements will include interim estates management, demolition and completion of road infrastructure, and appropriate future long term management and maintenance strategies for open space and public areas. The value included in this notice is the anticipated gross development value of the scheme and does not represent either the HCA's estimate of value.

The HCA is seeking a development partner to deliver much needed housing, whilst delivering on local aspirations to create a distinctive, lower density semi-rural residential environment on a prime site in Alton. The successful partner will construct around 280 homes, including 20 % affordable housing, that will meet local design aspirations including:- 1) the creation of a distinctive residential neighbourhood; 2) retention of much of the mature landscaping; 3) provision of a publicly accessible country park with a recreation space and play facilities, and improved connections for existing communities; 4) Development and delivery of a long term management strategy for the park; and 5) provide suitable connections between the new residential areas, and the country park and existing residential areas.

The successful partner will be required to obtain reserve matters consent for the development. Ancillary requirements will include interim estates management, demolition and completion of road infrastructure and appropriate future long term management and maintenance strategies for open space and public areas. The site is marketed with the benefit of outline planning consent, secured in July 2015, including detailed consent for highways work and work associated with the construction of a replacement railway bridge across Whitedown Lane.

This opportunity will include:

(a)construction of houses including affordable housing provision;

(b)provision of a publicly accessible country park with recreational space and play facilities;

(c)interim estates management services;

(d)demolition works; and

(e)management of the disposal process.

The HCA has been working closely with the neighbouring Selborne Road site developer, owned by various landowners but known collectively as the Selborne Road Landowners (SRL). The Selborne Road site is identified for development of a further 249 houses and requires the same bridge and highway works as Lord Mayor to unlock the development. For the avoidance of doubt, this site does not form part of the current procurement. The terms for HCA working together with the SRLs are outlined in a Collaboration Agreement and the successful partner will have the benefit of this agreement. Under this agreement, SRL will be electing to deliver the bridge and associated highway works and as such the successful partner will need not deliver the bridge and highway works but will be required to make relevant financial contributions to these works. Further details are contained in the Memorandum of Information (‘MOI’) and Selection Questionnaire (‘SQ’) which can be obtained from the contact point identified at I.1.

IT services: consulting, software development, Internet and support

NHS South, Central and West Commissioning Support Unit | Published January 5, 2017  -  Deadline February 3, 2017

NHS South, Central and West Commissioning Support Unit (SCW) has a combination of skills and expertise which mean that we are very well placed to support health and care organisations and systems to address their digital changes in the context of the sustainability and transformation plans (STP). In order to complement these capabilities and to enhance our capacity to provide support, SCW is seeking to establish a Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) of suitably qualified organisations that can provide a range of consultancy support, normally working as part of blended teams with SCW staff and associates, delivering services to our customers.

In order to meet the requirements of our customers, South, Central and West CSU is seeking to appoint organisations to the Dynamic Purchasing System that have capability in some or all of the areas below(this is not an exhaustive list):

— Information Strategy (e.g. IT governance, IT strategy and planning, Information security),

— technical strategy and planning (e.g. Emerging technologies, Solution architecture),

— business change implementation (e.g. portfolio/programme/project management and associated support),

— business change management (e.g. business analysis, benefits management, organisational design),

— development and implementation (e.g. system design, network design, testing,

— user experience (e.g. user experience design and evaluation),

— integration e.g. systems integration, specifically within a healthcare setting).

South, Central and West CSU require organisations that understand:

— the political context of the health and care environment,

— the approaches and solutions already being used across a range of care settings including in citizen, care professional and management facing environments,

— the key information needs for professionals and patients along whole care pathways, including enabling patients to access and contribute to their care record, and supporting care co-ordination,

— key blockers that may need to be addressed when introducing new technology, such as interoperability and information governance,

— where there are examples of best practice e.g. the re-design of processes for digital support of patients by specialist nursing teams.

Training services

Defra Network eTendering Portal | Published January 14, 2017

The proposed contract is for the provision of driver training to the Environment Agency, to include off road driving in 4-wheel drive vehicles and ATVs, on and off road trailer handling including B+E testing and load safety.

This Prior Information Notice is provided alongside supporting documentation regarding the above requirement. This supporting information can be located within Bravo, an online e-tendering portal therefore you will find the ‘opportunity’ and supporting information within the Bravo system.

https://defra.bravosolution.co.uk/web/login.html

Following the link to register on the Bravo portal, click on the ‘Register now’ button. Guidance on how to register is available under the ‘click here for details on how to register’ link. All queries regarding using the system that are not answered by the guidance section should be directed to the eSourcing Helpdesk run by BravoSolution (the suppliers of the portal).

4-wheel drive training to cover:

— Off road initial training including assessment;

— Off road assessment;

— Off road refresher including re assessment (for assessment failures).

Estimated volume of courses per annum: 310.

ATV training to cover:

— ATV — sit astride/inside initial training including assessment;

— ATV — sit astride/inside assessment;

— ATV — sit inside/astride refresher including re-assessment (for assessment failures).

Estimated volume of courses per annum: 10.

Trailer towing training to cover:

— On road initial training, including B+E test;

— On road B+E retest (including extra practice/revision);

— Off road initial training, including assessment;

— On road assessment;

— On and off road assessment;

— On and off road refresher including re assessment (for assessment failures). Estimated volume of courses per annum: 200.

Load safety to cover:

— A stand-alone course covering correct vehicle and trailer choice, load securing, lashing, sheeting, netting, regular checks, load positioning, off road options.

Estimated volume of courses per annum: to be confirmed.

Specialist training services

Ministry of Defence, Agencies/Misc, Other | Published December 22, 2016  -  Deadline January 31, 2017

Companies are invited to tender for a Contract for the provision of academic, vocational training and support for the Defence Equipment & Support (DE&S) Finance Apprenticeship Schemes based at Bristol. Tenderers must complete the online SAQ using the Access Code given in this advertisement. The Invitation to Tender documents are available through the Contracts Finder website. Tenders must be submitted to the Tender Board address given in this advertisement, by the date/time stated.

The DE&S Finance Apprenticeship Scheme (FAS) exists to train apprentices over a two year programme involving the attainment of qualifications typical of a Level 3 & Level 4 Association of Accounting Technician (AAT) apprenticeship. It includes training, assessment and practical accounting experience in a working environment assisting experienced accountants operating within MOD Project / Delivery Teams and Operating Centres. The on the job training is predominantly based at MoD Abbey Wood, Bristol.

For 2017 the intention is to recruit up to 30 apprentices and to be based at DE&S HQ Abbey Wood. The Apprentices shall be fixed term employees of the MOD, DE&S.

A Contractor is required to provide a service to deliver academic and vocational training (see below for specific qualifications), to support and contribute toward the management of Apprentices throughout their two years of training. Key services will include the Contractor's expert verification and moderation of apprentices training efforts and achievements. This will include but not be limited to formally verifying individual Apprentice learning logs, conducting assessments, monitoring progress and providing guidance.

The existing Training Programme broadly follows the new Accounting Standard for AAT Level 3 & Accounting Framework Level 4 FR03797 and each roughly equating to one year covering, but not limited to the basic qualifications as follows:

Phase 1 — 4 weeks basic introduction to Accounting and the remaining 11 months to complete Level 3 AAT Advanced Diploma in Accounting

Phase 2 — 18 months to complete Level 4 AAT Professional Diploma in Accounting

Frameworks are expected to be replaced by a new Trailblazer Standard from April 2017 up to 2020. The contractor will be expected to work with the authority to adopt the new standards as and when available. The authority is currently working with the relevant trailblazer group to confirm exact requirements and obtain approval for a new standard to replace existing frameworks, if applicable.

Training and tuition for the above qualifications must take place within a 5 mile radius of MOD Abbey Wood, whether in temporary or permanent facilities. AAT Level 3 & 4 assessments will be conducted primarily at Abbey Wood.

The contractor is to deal with all administration associated with the draw down of any Government subsidies such as Skills Funding Agency (SFA) funding. And/or Work with the authority in the transfer to any new funding/student loan arrangements that may be imposed by future government regulation or legislation.

The Contract duration is expected to be from March 2017 until 1.9.2020.

Firm prices are sought for all work under the Contract. Companies wishing to tender should be aware that the following criteria will be used to assess any tenders. Any government subsidies, such as SFA funding, will be utilised by the contractor as a means of offsetting some of his costs, it is anticipated this will lead to a reduction in the quoted price.

The criteria include, but are not limited to: price, focus on Apprentice development, provision of suitable academic and vocational training, familiarity in changes/updates in AAT and academic curricula, flexibility of approach, ratio of staff to apprentices, SFA registered training provider and overall value for money.

Companies from outside the Bristol area should also describe how they would deliver the services required at the locations described above.

No business whatsoever is guaranteed under any resulting contract indeed there is no guarantee that any contract will be put in place in relation to this notice. No compensation etc. will be paid if a tender or resulting contract is withdrawn for any reason. Bidders should take part in this process only on the basis that they fully understand and accept this position.

The Support of Digital Imagery Equipment

Leidos Supply Ltd | Published December 24, 2016

Team Leidos has a requirement for support of Digital Imagery (DI) Equipment currently in use within Operational Land and Afloat environments in the UK and overseas. The support required for the current fleet of equipment includes the supply of consumables, spares, repairs, maintenance and ad hoc training as required.

The requirement has been split into two separate lots; Lot 1 which comprises of three DI equipment types including, Canon CXDI-50C Detector, Canon CXDI-55C Detector and Canon CXDI-701C Detector, which will be required in frames of varying weight dependent on the clinical use (full details provided in the ITT documentation). Lot 2 comprises of the Ziehm C-Arm. Each Lot is further split into Option 1 and Option 2. Option 1 requires the provision of a fully comprehensive and inclusive service contract for the equipment types covered under that Lot. Option 2 requires the provision of a comprehensive service contract excluding specified high value spares, for the equipment types covered under that lot. It is not compulsory to tender against both lots, a tender may be submitted for Lot 1 and/or Lot 2. It is however, mandatory to provide a response against both Options 1 and 2, within either Lot 1 and/or Lot 2.

Whilst the DI Equipment is located around the UK and overseas, support and/or maintenance will usually take place in a number of specified field hospitals within the UK. DI Equipment located on Afloat environments will be accessed in ports within the UK. Emergency call outs will be required to sites across the UK on an ad hoc basis. Full details with regards to the equipment locations and the support required are provided in the ITT documentation, specifically the applicable Statement of Requirements at Schedule C.

The requirement includes a potential rebate system where military service engineers undertake planned preventative maintenance work in house and therefore a rebate is applicable, at a proposed rate, to return the original labour costs to Leidos. Full details of the proposed rebate system are provided in the ITT documentation.

The proposed start date for the Agreement is 3.3.2017 for the duration of up to 48 months. The estimated contract value is the total figure for the two individual lots.

The Support of Digital Imagery Equipment

Leidos Supply, Ltd. | Published December 24, 2016  -  Deadline January 27, 2017

Team Leidos has a requirement for support of Digital Imagery (DI) Equipment currently in use within Operational Land and Afloat environments in the UK and overseas. The support required for the current fleet of equipment includes the supply of consumables, spares, repairs, maintenance and ad hoc training as required.

The requirement has been split into two separate lots; Lot 1 which comprises of three DI equipment types including, Canon CXDI-50C Detector, Canon CXDI-55C Detector and Canon CXDI-701C Detector, which will be required in frames of varying weight dependent on the clinical use (full details provided in the ITT documentation). Lot 2 comprises of the Ziehm C-Arm. Each Lot is further split into Option 1 and Option 2. Option 1 requires the provision of a fully comprehensive and inclusive service contract for the equipment types covered under that Lot. Option 2 requires the provision of a comprehensive service contract excluding specified high value spares, for the equipment types covered under that lot. It is not compulsory to tender against both lots, a tender may be submitted for Lot 1 and/or Lot 2. It is however, mandatory to provide a response against both Options 1 and 2, within either Lot 1 and/or Lot 2.

Whilst the DI Equipment is located around the UK and overseas, support and/or maintenance will usually take place in a number of specified field hospitals within the UK. DI Equipment located on Afloat environments will be accessed in ports within the UK. Emergency call outs will be required to sites across the UK on an ad hoc basis. Full details with regards to the equipment locations and the support required are provided in the ITT documentation, specifically the applicable Statement of Requirements at Schedule C.

The requirement includes a potential rebate system where military service engineers undertake planned preventative maintenance work in house and therefore a rebate is applicable, at a proposed rate, to return the original labour costs to Leidos. Full details of the proposed rebate system are provided in the ITT documentation.

The proposed start date for the Agreement is 3.3.2017 for the duration of up to 48 months. The estimated contract value is the total figure for the two individual lots.

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