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External Environment Improvement Works

CHARNWOOD BOROUGH COUNCIL | Published October 20, 2015  -  Deadline October 7, 2015
Thomas Bow City Asphalt

Charnwood Borough Council will be accessing Efficiency East Midlands framework EEM0044 Provision of External Environment Improvement Works to undertake car park resurfacing works at various locations throughout the Borough, it is our intention to award directly these works to Thomas Bow Limited.

Pitching Stone- To Fosdyke on the Tidal Welland

Environment Agency | Published July 29, 2015  -  Deadline August 10, 2015

The Environment Agency is required to replenish areas of the River Welland's bank in Fosdyke, Lincolnshire, previously protected by stone. A copy of the specification is also attached for information. We can only consider suppliers registered on this portal for this opportunity and any expressions received by e-mail will not be taken into account. Right to cancel:The Environment Agency reserves the right to discontinue the procurement process at any time, which shall include the right not to award a contract, and does not bind itself to accept the lowest tender, or any tender received, and reserves the right to award the contract in part, or to call for new tenders should it consider this necessary. The Environment Agency shall not be liable for any costs or expenses incurred by any tenderer in connection with the preparation, completion or submission of any tender.

PSA 11 - Back up Generator for Trentside Office

Environment Agency | Published October 10, 2014  -  Deadline November 3, 2014

To supply and install a 200kVA generator system linked to the mains supply which will kick in and provide power to the Environment Agency Trentside Offices in Nottingham in the event of a power failure.

PAN0968 - Feasibility Study and Design Consultancy

Leicester City Council | Published June 15, 2015  -  Deadline July 3, 2015

Belgrave Road is part of the Golden Mile, a locally and nationally important shopping centre. It lies astride the A607, a major radial route into the City Centre and as a result the environment could be improved and the size of the road and the behaviour of the traffic make access between the shops on the two sides of the street difficult. It is surrounded by streets of dense terraced housing resulting in many junctions, most of which are signalised, further adding to the complexity of activity in the street. A new approach to management of the traffic in the street is sought to enable the dominance of traffic to be reduced and the environment for pedestrians and cyclists to be enhanced; this may require space dedicated to vehicles to be reduced and reallocated to pedestrians. It is proposed that we engage a consultant to undertake this work on our behalf to ensure we achieve our objectives. The City Mayor has been involved in a series of meetings with representatives of residents, traders and businesses in and around the Golden Mile and has committed the Council to produce design concepts for Belgrave Road to improve and enhance the environment of the area. A project has not been set up as yet as we are still investigating if the concept is viable and that the above objectives can be achieved. When concept designs have been investigated and if one is supported by the City Mayor and the area representatives we will proceed to start up/Gateway 0. This business case seeks to appoint a consultant to deliver concept designs which will meet the objectives below. Produce concept designs which reduce the dominance of traffic and enhance the environment for pedestrians and cyclists; this may require space dedicated to vehicles to be reduced and reallocated to pedestrians. Identify and engage with stakeholder groups including residents, businesses, disabled people, road users and bus companies to seek to incorporate their views into the design. Create an attractive and welcoming environment for residents, shoppers and visitors Create a safer more accessible environment Assess the impact of reduced traffic flows on the surrounding road network Produce initial costed outline design options which may include: One lane in each direction, two lanes in each direction, retain or remove the central reserve, provision for or restraint on turning maneuvers, parking and loading bays on Belgrave Road, landscaping public realm improvements

Provision of Domestic Services

NOTTINGHAMSHIRE HEALTHCARE N H S TRUST | Published June 2, 2015  -  Deadline June 25, 2015

To provide a clean and safe environment at all times to support the smooth operation of clinical services. To deliver and continually develop domestic services that will provide a cost efficient, quality driven Domestic Service which achieves an optimum standard of cleaning for the Trust in line with NHS cleanliness standards and frequencies. At various locations in the counties of Nottinghamshire & Derbyshire

Contract for the Collection of Household Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment and Waste Household Batteries and Accumulators.

Leicestershire County Council | Published August 14, 2015  -  Deadline August 28, 2015

Leicestershire County Council (the Council) is inviting tenders for the Service being: (1) the supply of containers (as detailed in Schedule 5 of the form of Contract) for the collection of household waste electronic and electrical equipment (WEEE) and household waste batteries and accumulators (Batteries) (together Waste) at the Council's designated collection facilities (DCF) (and potentially DCFs operated on behalf of other authorities - see below); (2) the collection and simultaneous replacement of containers together with the collection of Waste deposited at the DCFs but not stored in the containers supplied under (1) during the opening hours of the DCFs within twenty four hours (any hours on a Sunday from 00:00am until 11:59pm are not included but Saturday is included for the purposes of this calculation) of the Council (to include the Council's DCF operator) making a request for collection and in any event undertake collection within forty eight hours (any hours on a Sunday from 00:00am until 11:59pm are not included but Saturday is included for the purposes of this calculation) of request. Containers must be available at all times at all DCFs made available under the contract; and (3) onward transport/haulage of the containers and Waste to an authorised facility for the re-use, treatment or disposal of the Waste. For the avoidance of doubt the Council is not seeking to purchase the containers under this contract. The Council is seeking to appoint a single supplier who will be an approved Producer Compliance Scheme (PCS) and Battery Compliance Scheme (BCS) (as regulated by the Environment Agency, Natural Resources Wales, Northern Ireland Environment Agency or Scottish Environment Protection Agency) by the commencement of the contract. PCS and BCS status must be maintained throughout the contract period. The successful tenderer will be required to collect household WEEE in the following categories: (1) large household appliances; (2) small household appliances; (3) IT and telecommunications equipment; (4) consumer equipment; and (5) lighting equipment (including fluorescent tubes);together with Batteries.

CTP 760 Derbyshire Pension Fund External Advisor

Derbyshire County Council | Published January 12, 2016  -  Deadline February 8, 2016

The Derbyshire Pension Fund is a £3.6bn Local Government Pension Scheme with a successful track record of in-house investment management. The Fund is seeking to appoint an independent external advisor to provide support to the Fund?s Pensions and Investments Committee. The successful bidder will be responsible for providing independent strategic investment advice to the Committee on a quarterly basis and must be able to demonstrate significant experience of working in an institutional investment environment and an ability to advise Local Government Pension Schemes or other relevant equivalents.

QC123 Home Safety and Improvement Service

Nottingham City Council | Published February 9, 2015  -  Deadline March 23, 2015
85000000, 98000000

Nottingham City Council is seeking to appoint an organisation to deliver a Home Safety and Improvement Service designed to help older people aged 60+ and other vulnerable citizens[1] to remain in their own homes. The service is expected to work to assist vulnerable home owner occupiers to live safely and independently in their own homes by offering checks, advice and guidance relating to the need for (and by assisting with the arrangements for access to) works to improve the safety of their home. This service is to be provided with the aim of helping to reduce the occurrence of avoidable injury or ill health experienced by older people and other vulnerable citizens that are caused by hazards within the living environment at home. The anticipated start date for this contract is 1st July 2015. The contract will be for a fixed term of 3 years, subject to satisfactory performance and availability of funding. The annual contract value will be £120,000 per annum (£360,000 in total for the 3 years). Please note that any bids received above this amount will not be considered. [1] In this context, taken to mean citizens who are particularly exposed to a risk of ill health, inury and/or loss of independence caused by their living environment at home.

Inpatient Rehabilitation Services for Mental Health and Learning Disabilities

Greater East Midlands Commissioning Support Unit | Published January 5, 2015
Alpha Hospitals , SW1P 2PN

Provision of Inpatient Rehabilitation Services for Mental Health and Learning Disabilities (including Autism and Personality Disorder specialist inpatient rehabilitation) for participating NHS East Midlands Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCG’s)* These services and are termed ‘locked and unlocked’ The difference in ‘locked and unlocked’ is defined within the environmental design, whereby patients who do not require a locked environment require less supervision and continue to receive therapies available to patients who reside within a locked environment. The aim of these services through rehabilitation is to demonstrate improvements in symptoms, social inclusion and development of independent living skills. The service is expected to move patients towards independent community living (with support packages) or community residential or nursing provision. The participating CCG’s are : NHS Bassetlaw CCG, NHS Erewash CCG, NHS Hardwick Health CCG, NHS North Derbyshire CCG, NHS Southern Derbyshire CCG, NHS East Leicestershire & Rutland CCG, NHS Leicester City CCG, NHS West Leicestershire CCG, NHS Lincolnshire East CCG, NHS Lincolnshire South CCG, NHS Lincolnshire South West CCG, NHS Lincolnshire West CCG, NHS Mansfield & Ashfield CCG, NHS Newark & Sherwood CCG, NHS Nottingham City CCG, NHS Nottingham North & East CCG, NHS Nottingham West CCG, NHS Principia - Rushcliffe CCG, NHS Corby CCG, NHS Nene Commissioning Organisation CCG

Kedleston Low Secure Unit - Reinforcement of existing ceilings

DERBYSHIRE HEALTHCARE NHS FOUNDATION TRUST | Published November 24, 2015  -  Deadline December 1, 2015
Peter Baines Ltd

The Trust's Kingsway Site comprises of five individual mental health units together with corporate and Estates buildings. The Kedleston Low Secure Unit provides a gender specific low secure service for males who demonstrate disturbed behaviour in the context of a serious mental disorder and who require the provision of security. The works are to reinforce existing plasterboard ceilings to bedrooms and other non supervised areas, removing electrical equipment from the ceiling to carry out the work and refixing on completion and decoration of the ceiling. Work will be carried out to one room only at a time and will be undertaken whilst the unit is fully operational. Prospective tenderers must have experience of working within a mental health low secure environment.


University of Derby | Published July 29, 2015  -  Deadline August 21, 2015

The College of Health & Social Care invites proposals for the provision of a virtual reality space with existing healthcare related scenarios. In support of the development of teaching resources and technology in Health and Social Care the College has secured funding for the installation of an Immersive interactive Learning Space. The aim is allows students to practice their clinical skills in any context and using iPad photographs new locations can be made available quickly and easily using the provided software. This will allow academic staff to build a library of locations from placement visits which will give the students the ability to practice in any environments. It also has the potential to be used as a shared resource outside of the college since it is capable of any environment with suitable digital photography. To request a site visit, please contact the Procurement Team on 01332 592401 or email

3176_16 Leicestershire and Rutland Extensive Urban Survey

Espo | Published January 5, 2016  -  Deadline January 27, 2016
York Archaeological Trust (Trent & Peak Archaeology)

In this present instance, ESPO is working on behalf of Leicestershire County Council (LCC) to undertake a procurement process to identify and appoint a single Contractor able to carry out an Extensive Urban Survey. The project will be carried out as part of a national programme of surveys of the archaeology, historic buildings and landscape and of England’s historic towns and cities. The project of Leicestershire and Rutland Extensive Urban Survey (EUS) is an initiative led by the Historic England (HE). Its key aim is to evaluate and characterise the urban historic environment within the study area and to provide comprehensive and consistent base-line information against which land use planning, regeneration and research objectives may be set. The Project will comprise two phases, commencing with an initial Pilot targeting North West Leicestershire District followed by the Main phase addressing the rest of the county and Rutland.

Cambridgeshire Extra Care and Housing Related Support - Richard Newcombe Court

LGSS | Published December 4, 2015  -  Deadline January 13, 2016
CHS Group

Cambridgeshire County Council wishes to invite Tenders for the supply of services in respect of Extra Care and Housing Related Support for Richard Newcombe Court. The successful bidder will be responsible for providing this service and liaising closely with the Contract Manager identified by the Council. Extra care housing is defined as specialist accommodation designed to maximise the independence of older people by providing a safe, secure and stimulating environment. Service Users retain the independence of having their own home and at the same time benefit from the availability of around the clock social care and housing support. The care and support service is expected to enable Service Users to live independently and to maximise the Service Users capacity to carry out tasks themselves. The Services shall be those services to be provided by the Provider, as set out within the service specification, and performed in accordance with the Contract. The Authority wishes to appoint a single Provider to provide Extra Care services. The contract length is three (3) years plus an optional two (2) year extension. The estimated value of this contract is between £850,000 and £1,000,000 over a 5 year period.

Cambridgeshire County Wide Handypersons Service

LGSS | Published October 21, 2015  -  Deadline November 27, 2015

Cambridgeshire County Council, on behalf of Cambridge City Council, East Cambridgeshire District Council, Fenland District Council, Huntingdonshire District Council, South Cambridgeshire wishes to invite Tenders for the supply of services in respect of the Cambridgeshire County Wide Handypersons Service. The Successful Provider will be responsible for providing this service and liaising closely with a Contract Manager from Cambridgeshire County Council. There will be only one contract which will be signed by all of the Partnership Authorities as well as the Successful Provider. The aim of the service is to enable people to live in their own home more safely and securely. The Handyperson Service is an important resource to enable independent living and create a safe environment through early intervention by an accessible and appropriate service. This can range from prevention of falls, reducing admission to hospital or care homes, to maintenance of a decent housing stock. The declared budget for this service is £477,777 for the initial 3 year contract (£159,259 pa). Potential Providers who intend to submit a bid are expected to fully utilise this budget with the aim of delivering as many Assessments and Home Safety Checks as possible for the budget available. Potential Providers must not submit bids above this total value. This contract is for 3 years, with an option to extend for 2 years. The potential value of this contract is £796,295. Please note that this has changed from the original value which was stated as £175,919 pa.

Minor Mechanical Minor Works: Mechanical Installation and Maintenance Services

CHESTERFIELD ROYAL HOSPITALS NHS FOUNDATION TRUST | Published September 23, 2015  -  Deadline May 5, 2015
Hallamshire Heating & AC Co. Ltd

Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust invites contractors to join a framework agreement for mechanical minor works. Further details are contained within the specification but are summarised here: Mechanical installation and maintenance services comprising: Minor works, to operate on either a day-rate (i.e. hourly rate) for mechanical services, or priced work, via a framework. Such work may involve mechanical work and small refurbishment schemes associated with a healthcare environment. It may also involve a limited amount of natural gas installation work. Further details are within this specification. The Trust will determine at the time the work is procured whether materials will be supplied by the contractor or the Trust. All materials supplied by the contractor will be on an open book basis. Assistance to the Estates maintenance team, with payment via hourly rates. This will involve working under the direct supervision of the Mechanical Maintenance Manager, with materials supplied by the Trust. The capacity to undertake some natural gas work to catering, commercial and domestic equipment, including servicing and emergency to response, is required. The intention is to select two or more contractors for this single framework by their hourly rates and priced sample jobs. Responses to this pre-qualification questionnaire to establish a shortlist of 6 qualified potential providers to take through to the invitation to Tender (ITT) stage of the procurement process

Funding Development Officer ? Job description

LGSS | Published March 15, 2016  -  Deadline April 15, 2016

To lead on the identification of new sources of local, regional, national and international funding which all flood risk management partners within the RFCC?s geographical area could potentially benefit from. The post holder will also need to research potential private funding sources and have an ability to seek contributions from the private sector organisations identified i.e. from local businesses which would benefit from FECRM work. To also support partners with the development, management, monitoring and reporting of Flood and Coastal Erosion Risk Management (FCERM) partnership funding bids. The successful post holder will be expected identify opportunities for funding through the growth agenda, working for example with the Local Enterprise Partnerships (LEPs), Local Authorities, The Environment Agency (EA), Water and sewerage providers (WASCs) and Internal Drainage Boards (IDBs). The role could also identify opportunities through the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) and Section 106 process. The post holder shall also identify synergies between partners, implement efficiencies and secure economies of scale in delivery, for example through the packaging of bids or work. Innovative thinking is a critical aspect of this role. The role could, for example, explore: ? Opportunities for alternative sources of funding such as pump-priming funding to facilitate growth, which can be borrowed at a much lower rate by Local Authorities and then paid back gradually by the developers/beneficiaries. ? Ways to influence the existing rules and regulations, which govern the use of FDGiA and limit forward funding for growth purposes.

GP services (APMS) at the Grange Family Health Centre, Rectory Road Medical Centre and Inkersall Family Health Centre (Chesterfield, Inkersall and Staveley)

NHS Arden and Greater East Midlands Commissioning Support Unit | Published March 1, 2016  -  Deadline April 15, 2016

NHS Arden and Greater East Midlands CSU (NHS Arden & GEM CSU) for NHS North Derbyshire CCG acting on behalf of NHS England (North Midlands) in accordance with their Delegation Agreement (referred to as the Commissioners) are inviting suitably qualified and experienced providers to deliver Alternative Provider of Medical Services GP Services at Grange Family Health Centre, Rectory Road Medical Centre and Inkersall Family Health Centre (Chesterfield, Inkersall and Staveley). The Commissioners are looking for a provider to deliver high quality, patient centred and value for money (VFM) Primary GP services, delivered in a safe and effective manner and through a learning environment which includes the training of doctors and other healthcare professionals. A Part B procurement process will be undertaken with a view to awarding the contract July 2016 with services commencing from 1st October 2016 for a period of 15 years with the option to extend for up to a further 3 years . The estimated GMS Contract Value (per annum) as defined by the current list size, based on a price per weighted registered patient has a total value of approximately £1.9 million per annum dependent on provider achievements and patient registration levels. The services to which this procurement relates fall within Part B of Schedule 3, Part 10 to the Public Contracts Regulations 2006 (“the Regulations”). To express interest your organisation should register on the Bravo website to access the ITT Process Overview and ITT questionnaire. For any support in submitting your response please contact the eTendering Help-desk at 0800-011-2470 or The closing date for submitting expression of interest and your organisations fully completed ITT questionnaire (Bravo reference itt_409) is by 17:00hrs on Friday 15th April 2016.

TD1032 - Needle Exchange Supply of Goods (LOT 1) and Collection of Waste Service (LOT 2)

Derby City Council | Published October 22, 2015  -  Deadline November 26, 2015
Frontier Plastics Limited

This contract is to secure the provision of a Needle Exchange Goods (LOT1) and associated Waste Collection Service (LOT2) for use in community pharmacies that are contracted to deliver the Needle Exchange Service in Derby City. The goods to be supplied are pre prepared single use, sterile packs for use by both drug and steroid users. The supplier will hold a recognised quality standard. A clinical waste collection and removal service is required to dispose of the returned contaminated sharps products collected by the pharmacies. The provider will hold the relevant licence for waste disposal. 10 pharmacies are currently commissioned in the city to deliver the Needle Exchange Service although this is subject to change during the course of the contract. Bidders can apply for LOT 1, LOT 2 or both LOTS. Bidders applying for LOT 2 must have a Certificate of Registration in place from the Environment Agency and an Environmental Permit (Waste Management Licence) in place. The contract period is 3 years the contract is estimated to commence 1st April 2016 and expire 31st March 2019. The estimated contract value is approximately 110,000 GBP per annum for LOT 1 and 19,000 GBP per annum for LOT 2. Totalling 130,000 GBP per annum. The maximum contract value over the 3 year period is 390,000 GBP. Please note, suppliers wishing to express interest and obtain the documentation, must do so by 15:00 on 23 November 2015. It is recommended that you express interest and obtain the documentation well before this time to allow sufficient time to prepare and submit a comprehensive response. The deadline for returns is 14:00 (2pm) on 26 November 2015. Select the ‘apply online’ link in the bottom right hand corner of this notice, this will transfer you to the Councils e-tendering system where you can express interest and obtain the documents, (please note we will only accept expressions of interest through the e-tendering system.

Further Information for Daventry Canal Arm Planning Application

Daventry District Council | Published October 27, 2015  -  Deadline November 20, 2015
Pick Everard

Daventry District Council has applied for full planning permission for a new canal arm of approximately 2.6 km in length, extending northwards from the town centre to connect to the existing Grand Union Canal at a point approximately 1.2 km south east of Braunston tunnel. Since initial submission of the planning application there have been further design amendments to satisfy requirements from the Canal and River Trust and Northamptonshire County Council. The Council is proposing to update the planning submission by amending aspects of the planning application and clarifying the design arrangements for the water resources and any impacts and mitigation required. These design changes require updates to the planning application Design and Access Statement. There is also a need to update the Environment Statement, Flood Risk Assessment and Planning Statement The Council is inviting tenders for the provision of experienced consultants to review the planning application for: • Design of systems and structures associated with water supply and maintenance and further evaluation of measures that are required to mitigate possible impacts of the proposals on both existing and additional items as required to support the planning application. • Updating all supporting documents in line with changes in planning policy, legislation, statutory requirements & design updates since the initial planning application was submitted in 2011 to the requirements of the Local Planning Authority (LPA). The Council is using Due North web-based service to manage this process. There will be no hard copy documents issued and all communications with the Authority including submission of Potential Providers’ responses will be conducted via the Portal which is located at: The tender can be accessed at reference A3GH-6HMFK2.

Magdalen College School - Cleaning Services

THE LITMUS PARTNERSHIP LTD | Published September 10, 2015  -  Deadline October 9, 2015

Magdalen College School, situated on the border of Northamptonshire and Oxfordshire is an Academy Trust coeducational comprehensive school serving the 11-19 age range. The School has approximately 1 350 pupils and a staff complement of circa 200. The contract covers the scope for the provision of all cleaning services within the School at its two sites, Waynflete Avenue and St John's. The tender project is seeking to appoint a contractor whose initiative and innovation will be welcomed for the provision of cleaning services within the facilities for Magdalen College School. The high quality service levels proposed, should maintain excellent standards throughout, resulting in a pleasant environment for both the pupils and staff. The basis and rationale that the Client requires the successful contractor to operate to at all times, is being able to provide a School that is fit for purpose and that the Contractor is proactive in the management of the contract, thus ensuring that all specifications are achieved and that the frequency of cleans is as detailed within the Tender Specification. The contract being tendered is for 3 years in duration from 1.4.2016 until 31.3.2019 and will be fixed price in nature, with the Contractor invoicing the Client for one-twelfth of the annual cost on a monthly basis. It should be noted that the successful contractor will be expected to bring to the contract: innovation; new equipment; and cleaning methods, with BICSc standards being achieved, as a minimum, thus ensuring that the highest levels of cleanliness are maintained in all areas at all times and also ensuring that the productivity of the cleaning operatives is enhanced moving forward into the new contract term. The value of the current contract is c. 125 000 GBP which includes pest control, dust control mats, all periodic cleaning. External window cleaning and washroom supplies are not included.