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Framework for the Provision of Construction Professional Services Consultancy.

Medway Council | Published October 7, 2014  -  Deadline November 12, 2014
cpvs
79000000, 71000000, 45000000

Medway Council is establishing a framework to cover the provision of Construction Professional Services Consultancy. The framework will be made up of 9 lots: 1 — Project and Programme Management 2 — Regeneration/Landscaping/Artisan 3 — Architectural Design 4 — Sustainability and Environment 5 — Valuation and Market Analysis 6 — Mechanical/Electrical/Building Services 7 — Quantity Surveying 8 — Building Surveying 9 — Multi Discipline Services The lots are split into value bandings.

Framework for the Provision of Construction Professional Services Consultancy.

Medway Council | Published November 5, 2015
Winner
The Clarkson Alliance
cpvs
79000000, 45000000, 71200000, 71400000, 71510000, 71520000, 71530000, 71540000, 71600000, 71800000, 71900000

Medway Council is establishing a framework to cover the provision of Construction Professional Services Consultancy. The framework will be made up of 9 lots: 1 — Project and Programme Management; 2 — Regeneration/Landscaping/Artisan; 3 — Architectural Design 4 — Sustainability and Environment; 5 — Valuation and Market Analysis; 6 — Mechanical/Electrical/Building Services; 7 — Quantity Surveying; 8 — Building Surveying; 9 — Multi Discipline Services. The lots are split into bandings for a greater range of involvement through competition. Access to the documentation can be obtained through logging in and registering an interest in this opportunity. All clarifications should be raised through the portal also. This is an OJEU restricted procedure so at present is only the PQQ stage.

Supported Living Services for Adults.

Medway Council | Published July 25, 2015
Winner
Nurse Plus & Carer Plus UK Ltd
cpvs
85100000, 85300000

Medway Council is seeking tenders from suitably experienced providers that can deliver supported living services to support adults from age 18 with learning disabilities, mental health needs, sensory impairment, physical disabilities, autistic spectrum conditions, and people with multiple and complex needs including supporting people's personal care needs. The Provider (s) should support service users to develop new skills, regain lost skills through a reablement approach and promote independence, reducing their need for assistance. Packages of support may vary from a couple of hours a week to support provided up to 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and shall be provided in the home environment or in the community and include supporting personal care needs.

Framework for the Provision of Construction Professional Services Consultancy

Medway Council | Published October 1, 2014  -  Deadline November 12, 2014
cpvs
15110000, 15120000, 15130000, 15160000, 15170000, 15200000, 15220000, 15230000

Medway Council is establishing a framework to cover the provision of Construction Professional Services Consultancy. The framework will be made up of 9 lots:

1 - Project & Programme Management

2 - Regeneration/Landscaping/Artisan

3 - Architectural Design

4 - Sustainability & Environment

5 - Valuation & Market Analysis

6 - Mechanical/Electrical/Building Services

7 - Quantitiy Surveying

8 - Building Surveying

9 - Multi Discipline Services


The lots are split into bandings for a greater range of involvement through competition.

Access to the documentation can be obtained through logging in and registering an interest in this opportunity. All clarifications should be raised through the portal also. 

This is an OJEU restricted procedure so at present is only the PQQ stage. 

 

Homecare and Flexi (Extra) Care Services in Medway.

Medway Council | Published November 21, 2015  -  Deadline January 6, 2016
cpvs
85000000

Contract Reference -A3ZF-528AA0 Framework Agreement for the provision of Home Care and Flexi (Extra) Care Services Homecare Homecare is the term used to describe domiciliary care services. These services will be commissioned by Medway Council in order to meet the assessed needs and desired outcomes of Service Users. The ultimate aims of this service are to: i. Ensure that service users are as independent as possible and providers work in an enabling way that maximises and promotes the service users independence and does not foster dependence. ii. Ensure that service users are enabled to maintain their independence with appropriate care in their own homes. The Homecare services under this Framework Agreement will be available to adults over the age of 18 who meet the Council's eligibility criteria for services. Flexi (Extra) Care A Flexi Care Scheme is a mixed use scheme enabling older people with a range of care and support needs to live independently in their own homes. Service Users will be older people aged 55 and over including those with sensory needs, mental disorder including dementia, short or long-term illnesses, and those who require end of life care. It develops the concept of housing where older people can have their needs met through the security and privacy of a tenancy but within a socialising environment. The Flexi (Extra) Care service contracts awarded under this Framework Agreement will be available to adults over the age of 55 who meet the Council's eligibility criteria for services.

Supported Living Services for Adults

Medway Council | Published January 28, 2015  -  Deadline January 27, 2019
cpvs
32000000

Medway Council is seeking tenders from suitably experienced providers that can deliver Supported Living Services to support adults from age 18 with Learning Disabilities, Mental Health Needs, Sensory Impairment, Physical Disabilities, Autistic Spectrum Conditions, and People with Multiple and Complex Needs including supporting people’s personal care needs.  The Provider should support Service Users to develop new skills, regain lost skills through a re-ablement approach and promote independence, reducing their need for assistance.


Packages of support may vary from a couple of hours a week to support provided up to 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and shall be provided in the home environment or in the community and include supporting personal care needs.


Please note that Commissioners are currently reviewing this DPS
as part of the
Council's governance and contract management process as the Service has been in
place for well over a year. Consequently, new
applications to join the DPS are not being processed.
When the review process is complete, we will communicate the outcome to
potential suppliers.
 


 

Bidders Day for Young Carers Support Services

Medway Council | Published February 14, 2014  -  Deadline February 24, 2014
cpvs
32110000

Young Carers Support Services. Bidders’ Day 24/02/2014.

 

Medway Council in partnership with Medway Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) are seeking suitably qualified providers to deliver Young Carers Support Services in the Medway towns. The service will be for vulnerable young people who hold a carer’s role. Support will be provided within and outside school environment for young carers

 

A Bidders Day will be held in the Civic Suite at the council buildings at Gun Wharf, Dock Road, Chatham, ME4 4TR on Monday 24th February, 10.00-11.30am. We have prepared a draft specification for this service and we would welcome input from the market to refine this in specific areas.

There will be an opportunity for questions and answers with commissioning officers. In addition guidance will be given for bidders to be able to register for the Kent Business Portal.

 

This revised specification will then go out in an open tender in March 2014 

 

If you wish to attend please RSVP simon.williams@medway.gov.uk 

Home-care and Flexi (Extra) Care Services in Medway

Medway Council | Published April 29, 2016
Winner
Everycare (Medway & Swale) Ltd
cpvs
85000000

Home-Care:

Home-care is the term used to describe domiciliary care services. These services will be commissioned by Medway Council in order to meet the assessed needs and desired outcomes of Service Users. The ultimate aims of this service are to:

i. Ensure that service users are as independent as possible and providers work in an enabling way that maximises and promotes the service users independence and does not foster dependence;

ii. Ensure that service users are enabled to maintain their independence with appropriate care in their own homes.

The Home-care services under this Framework Agreement will be available to adults over the age of 18 who meet the Council's eligibility criteria for services.

Flexi (Extra) Care:

A Flexi Care Scheme is a mixed use scheme enabling older people with a range of care and support needs to live independently in their own homes. Service Users will be older people aged 55 and over including those with sensory needs, mental disorder including dementia, short or long-term illnesses, and those who require end of life care. It develops the concept of housing where older people can have their needs met through the security and privacy of a tenancy but within a socialising environment.

The Flexi (Extra) Care service contracts awarded under this Framework Agreement will be available to adults over the age of 55 who meet the Council's eligibility criteria for services.

Medway Intermediate Care and Reablement Services

Medway Council | Published October 7, 2016
Winner
Medway Community Healthcare CIC
cpvs
85100000

Medway Council and Medway CCG was looking for a lead provider who could work with us over a 5-7 year period to deliver our commissioning model and implement the Medway Intermediate Care and Reablement Strategy. This model was described within the Memorandum of Information on the Medway Business Portal and was covered and discussed in a fuller manner at our market engagement event on 26.11.2015.

The lead provider will oversee the whole range of services some will be sub-contracted.

The lead provider will work with Commissioners and a provider consortium to ensure the most appropriate care is in the right place at the right time for all patients and service users in Medway who need intermediate care services. Over time we want to see a shift in the pattern of services in Medway so that more people are supported in their own homes and less in beds.

The services to be provided will be safe, effective, personalised and fair services to patients and service users with health and social care needs that require a range of Intermediate Care services in order to be supported to remain in their own homes. To date these are bedded and non- bedded services commissioned separately by Health and Social Care. We are interested ion developing a more flexible service so that care can be deployed to the most appropriate environment which will include peoples' homes, nursing or residential homes. This will now be a joint service provided as part of the Medway Better Care arrangements and the funding is part of a pooled budget between the Council and the Medway CCG. The service will be provided in accordance with the statutory responsibilities of the Council and CCG and will be managed as part of the sections 75 partnership agreement between the Council and CCG.

Medway Men in Sheds

Medway Council | Published December 18, 2013  -  Deadline January 16, 2014
cpvs
17101000, 31160000, 32100000

The Authority, wishes to engage an economic operator to provide the Services in respect of: delivering a ‘Men in Sheds’ project in Medway to promote social inclusion, improve health and well being and help reduce the risk of suicide in men aged over 30 who have been unemployed for a sustained period or retired men.

 

Suicide is 3 times more common in men than women with approximately 76% of suicides in Kent and Medway being carried out by men. The highest numbers of suicide can be found in men aged between 30-60. Unemployed men are 2 to 3 times more likely to die by suicide than those who are in work. In Kent and Medway the highest numbers of suicides are within the retired, unemployed and those who work in routine/manual category jobs. Men have distinct mental health needs and evidence shows that a gender specific approach to service design and mental health promotion work can be effective.

 

Men are less likely to engage with traditional mental health promotion services such as psychological ‘talking’ therapies in their normal settings. Social connectedness and activity is a protective factor for men’s mental health especially shared, peer led activity which places service users alongside service providers.

 

The service will provide targeted mental health promotion to the shedders in an informal way unlike traditional healthcare models. The MenShed will provide an environment where men can take part in activities that they choose from the available options. These activities may be on site, but may also be in other locations at times such as allotments or coffee shops. Through regular attendance and engagement with the MenShed the impact of social isolation will be reduced for the men and there will be an increase in the protective factors for the mental health and well being of those attending the MensShed.

 

 

Medway Intermediate Care and Reablement Services.

Medway Council | Published December 23, 2015  -  Deadline January 25, 2016
cpvs
85100000

Medway Council and Medway CCG are looking for a lead provider who can work with us over a 5-7 year period to deliver our commissioning model to implement the Medway Intermediate Care and Reablement Strategy. This model is described within the Memorandum of Information on the Medway Business Portal and was covered and discussed in a fuller manner at our market engagement event on 26 November 2015.

Working with other Providers in Medway the lead provider will oversee the whole range of services, it is likely they will need to sub-contracting for some services. The lead provider will work with Commissioners and a provider consortium to ensure the most appropriate care is in the right place at the right time for all patients and service users in Medway who need intermediate care services. Over time we want to see a shift in the pattern of services in Medway so that more people are supported in their own homes and less in beds.

The services to be provided will be safe, effective, personalised and fair services to patients and service users with health and social care needs that require a range of Intermediate Care services in order to be supported to remain in their own homes. To date these are bedded and non- bedded services commissioned separately by Health and Social Care. We are interested ion developing a more flexible service so that care can be deployed to the most appropriate environment which will include peoples' homes, nursing or residential homes. This will now be a joint service provided as part of the Medway Better Care arrangements and the funding is part of a pooled budget between the Council and the Medway CCG. The service will be provided in accordance with the statutory responsibilities of the Council and CCG and will be managed as part of the sections 75 partnership agreement between the Council and CCG. The anticipated budget is GBP 3 750 000 — GBP 4 600 000 but will be confirmed as part of the tender process. This includes spending on 61 beds. We are also considering a proposed new reablement service.

Chatham place-making master-plan.

Medway Council | Published November 25, 2014  -  Deadline January 15, 2015
cpvs
71420000, 71222000, 71210000

Procurement of a design consultant to produce a high level master-plan and design to RIBA stage C/D (3) for the scheme, and to act as an agent for Medway Council when working with the contractor, and the second for a contractor to deliver the works. This will be delivered in 3 phases: Phase 1 — will be carried out by the consultant and will produce an overview strategy, establishing how areas will interact and their separate functions. Phase 2 — will be carried out by the consultant and will consist of design to RIBA stage C/D (3), with sufficient technical information for tender issue to potential contractors to enable them to submit an accurate fixed price tender for implementation. Phase 3 — will be carried out by the contractor to deliver the works. The consultant will also act as the council's agent and will work with the contractor to ensure the works are completed in line with the design at RIBA stage C/D (3) in phase 2. The main area to be covered by the Master-plan is the Chatham Waterfront Civic Space, stretching from the River Medway and the Waterfront Pumping Station towards the Bus Station, the Paddock and the north-western entrance to the Pentagon Shopping Centre. The Master-plan also includes the primary route from the Chatham Waterfront Civic Space to Chatham Rail Station, encompassing Military Road and the intersection with the High Street. The Chatham Waterfront Civic Space is a key area for Chatham, with various landscapes and functions that allow for a range of development opportunities. This area has a busy footfall attributable to the Bus Station and the Pentagon Shopping Centre, which is intensified by the proximity of the High Street and Chatham Rail Station. Footfall will increase further with the installation of a digital Big Screen on the Waterfront Pumping Station, as the area will have increased appeal as a leisure destination. The Paddock area is a key asset as it forms an informal focal point for young people taking part in a wide variety of activities. The key aim of this future Master-plan is to develop and integrate the focus area into the wider environment in order for it to become well connected, but at the same time assure its own identity as a central destination. The wider area has often been divided into different ‘quarters', each one with a different focus.

Medway Intermediate Care and Reablement Services

Medway Council | Published December 18, 2015  -  Deadline January 25, 2016
cpvs
32000000

Medway Council and Medway CCG are looking for a lead provider who can work with us over a 5 year period to deliver our commissioning model to implement the Medway Intermediate Care and Reablement Strategy.

This model is described within the Memorandum of Information on the medway Portal and was covered and discussed in a fuller manner at our market engagement event on 26 November 2015. The Contracts finder advert is still in place and contains the information from  the event, MOI, Strategy slides from the day.   

Working with other Providers in Medway the lead provider will oversee the whole range of services, perhaps sub-contracting for some of these services.
The lead provider will work with commissioners and a provider consortium to ensure the most appropriate care is in the right place at the right time for all patients and service users in Medway who need intermediate care services.

Over time we want to see a shift in the pattern of services in Medway so that more people are supported in their own homes and less in beds.

The services to be provided will be safe, effective, personalised and fair services to patients and service users with health and social care needs that
require a range of Intermediate Care services in order to be supported to remain in their own homes. To date these are bedded and non- bedded services
commissioned separately by Health and Social Care.

We are interested in developing a more flexible service so that care can be deployed to the most appropriate environment which will include peoples’ homes, nursing or residential homes.

This will be a joint service provided as part of the
Medway Better Care arrangements and the funding is part of a pooled budget between the Council and the Medway CCG. The service will be provided in
accordance with the statutory responsibilities of the Council and CCG and will be managed as part of the sections 75 partnership agreement between the Council and CCG.

The anticipated budget is £3.75 Million - £4.6 Million/annum but will be confirmed as part of the tender process. This includes spending on 61 beds. We are also considering a proposed new reablement service.

The contract value range stated is based on the projected £3.75 Million - £4.6 Million per annum reflecting the minimum 5 year initial term.

Estimated value excluding VAT:
Range: between 18750000 and 23000000 GBP

 

Chatham Placemaking Masterplan

Medway Council | Published July 11, 2015
Winner
LDA Design Consulting LLP
cpvs
71210000, 71220000, 71420000

Medway is looking to appoint a consultant to produce a Master Plan for Chatham which will be key to delivering economic growth in Medway and marks the start of an exciting new chapter in the regeneration of the area. Chatham is located at the heart of Medway, with a population of 264 900 people living in the urban area in 2013. The area is world famous for its historic naval dockyard and has also been a strategic centre for trade. The main area to be covered by the Master Plan is the Chatham Waterfront Civic Space stretching from the River Medway and the Waterfront Pumping Station towards the Bus Station, the Paddock and the northwestern entrance to the Pentagon Shopping Centre. The Master Plan also includes the primary route from the Chatham Waterfront Civic Space to Chatham Rail Station encompassing Military Road and the intersection with the High Street. The Chatham Waterfront Civic Space is a key area for Chatham with various landscapes and functions that allow for a range of development opportunities. This area has a busy footfall attributable to the Bus Station and the Pentagon Shopping Centre, which is intensified by the proximity of the High Street and Chatham Rail Station. Footfall will increase further with the operation of a digital big screen on the Waterfront Pumping Station for the area will have an increased appeal as a leisure destination. The Paddock area is a key asset as it forms an informal focal point for young people taking part in a wide variety of activities. The Chatham Waterfront Civic Space is well situated for access both within Chatham and from further afield. Chatham Rail Station is on the high-speed line (HS1) providing services to London and across the southeast; and Chatham Waterfront Bus Station has a large turnover of buses and passengers travelling across Medway and the wider surrounding area. There are approximately 1 100 departures a day from Monday to Saturday from Chatham Waterfront Bus Station travelling to destinations across the southeast. The Chatham Waterfront Bus Station is a crucial landmark in the area, often used as a meeting point for people living in or travelling via Chatham. The key aim of this future Master Plan is to develop and integrate the focus area into the wider environment – in order for it to become well connected, but at the same time assure its own identity as a central destination. The wider area has often been divided into different ‘quarters’, each one with a different focus. Different cultural, commercial and historic landmarks surround the site including The Brook Theatre, Sun Pier House, Edith May Thames Barge, Chatham Community Hub, River Medway, Fort Amherst and Great Lines Heritage Park views; and across the southeast including Rochester Castle and Rochester Cathedral, The Central Theatre, Royal Upnor Castle and The Historic Dockyard Chatham.

Chatham Placemaking Masterplan

Medway Council | Published November 21, 2014  -  Deadline January 15, 2015
cpvs
15110000, 15111000, 15161100, 15220000, 15230000

Medway is looking to appoint a consultant to produce a Masterplan for Chatham which will be key to delivering economic growth in Medway and marks the start of an exciting new chapter in the regeneration of the area.

Chatham is located at the heart of Medway, with a population of 264,900 people living in the urban area in 2013. The area is world famous for its historic naval dockyard, and has also been a strategic centre for trade. 

The main area to be covered by the Masterplan is the Chatham Waterfront Civic Space, stretching from the River Medway and the Waterfront Pumping Station towards the Bus Station, the Paddock and the northwestern entrance to the Pentagon Shopping Centre. The Masterplan also includes the primary route from the Chatham Waterfront Civic Space to Chatham Rail Station, encompassing Military Road and the intersection with the High Street. 

The Chatham Waterfront Civic Space is a key area for Chatham, with various landscapes and functions that allow for a range of development opportunities. This area has a busy footfall attributable to the Bus Station and the Pentagon Shopping Centre, which is intensified by the proximity of the High Street and Chatham Rail Station. Footfall will increase further with the operation of a digital Big Screen on the Waterfront Pumping Station, as the area will have increased appeal as a leisure destination. The Paddock area is a key asset as it forms an informal focal point for young people taking part in a wide variety of activities. 

The Chatham Waterfront Civic Space is well situated for access both within Chatham and from further afield. Chatham Rail Station is on the high-speed line (HS1) providing services to London and across the southeast and Chatham Waterfront Bus Station has a large turnover of buses and passengers travelling across Medway and the wider surrounding area. There are approximately 1,100 departures a day from Monday to Saturday from Chatham Waterfront Bus Station, travelling to destinations across the southeast. The Chatham Waterfront Bus Station is a crucial landmark in the area, often used as a meeting point for people living in or travelling via Chatham.  

The key aim of this future Masterplan is to develop and integrate the focus area into the wider environment in order for it to become well connected, but at the same time assure its own identity as a central destination. The wider area has often been divided into different ‘quarters’, each one with a different focus. 

Different cultural, commercial and historic landmarks surround the site, including:

●       The Brook Theatre

●       Sun Pier, including Edith May Thames Barge

●       Chatham Community Hub

●       Sun Pier House

●       River Medway

●       Fort Amherst and Great Lines Heritage Park

●       Views across the south east including Rochester Castle and Rochester Cathedral

●       The Central Theatre

●       Theatre Royal

●       Upnor Castle

●       The Historic Dockyard Chatham


 

Strategic Flood Risk Assessment Update & Drainage Guidance

Medway Council | Published May 8, 2017  -  Deadline May 26, 2017
cpvs
71241000

An opportunity for the update of an existing Level 1 Strategic Floor Risk Assessment (SFRA). This will include specifically, a policy update and review of recent hydraulic modelling completed by the Environment Agency, to inform the Local Plan, and provide an evidence base for Local Plan policy setting. Furthermore, the work will include the creation of local drainage guidance to inform individual planning applications. There are two main elements to this commission. The first is to prepare a (Level 1 update) and update to the Council's existing Strategic Flood Risk Assessment published in 2006 and updated in 2011. The updated SFRA will form a critical part of the Council's evidence base for the Local Plan. The Council is currently undertaking an appraisal of defence condition of Council owned defences to create a coastal asset register, and an appraisal of third party defences benefitting development sites, as part of regeneration work. Level 2 SFRA work may be necessary at a later date, if, taking into account wider sustainability objectives it is not possible to direct all development outside of medium or high risk areas. The second is to provide specific drainage guidance for developments, drawing on the existing Local Flood Risk Management Strategy and Surface Water Management Plan, in order to provide a Medway Drainage Guidance document which can be used to directly inform site specific Flood Risk Assessments/Drainage Strategies. Given the interrelationship between the SFRA and the Drainage Guidance Document, the Council considers it appropriate to commission them jointly. The tender documentation can be obtained through the Kent Business Portal: https://www.kentbusinessportal.org.uk

Housing Environmental Improvement works – Various addresses

 | Published July 29, 2016  -  Deadline August 22, 2016
cpvs
45112700

Medway Council wishes to select and appoint a suitable Contractor and invites contractors to submit a quotation to meet the Council's requirements set out in this Invitation to Quote (ITQ). It's the council's intention to award all works to one Principal contractor. The Council is targeting to have awarded this contract no later than 29th August 2016 with a subsequent commencement onsite date of 05th September 2016. The estimated value of the whole works, ranges from £60,000 - £70,000. The estimated Contract period will be 7 - 8 weeks with no option to further extension, unless this timeframe is deemed unachievable by the tendering contractors, or is terminated by the employer in accordance with the Conditions of the Contract. The general scope of works to be undertaken includes, but not limited to the following: Hard and soft landscaping, vehicle line marking, bollards and other landscaping/external works. External landscaping and external works as per the attached Employers Requirements across various residential sites within Medway. In other to access the tender documentation, please register and login to the Kent Business Portal Link : https://www.kentbusinessportal.org.uk

Housing Environmental Improvement works – Various addresses

Medway Council | Published July 29, 2016  -  Deadline August 22, 2016
cpvs
39000000, 39140000, 39140600, 39142200

          Medway Council wishes to select and appoint a suitable Contractor and invites contractors to submit a quotation to meet the Council’s requirements set out in this Invitation to Quote (ITQ). It’s the council’s intention to award all works to one Principal contractor.

          The Council is targeting to have awarded this contract no later than 29th August 2016 with a subsequent commencement onsite date of 05th September 2016. The estimated value of the whole works, ranges from £60,000 - £70,000.

 

The estimated Contract period will be 7 - 8 weeks with no option to further extension, unless this timeframe is deemed unachievable by the tendering contractors, or is terminated by the employer in accordance with the Conditions of the Contract.

 

The general scope of works to be undertaken includes, but not limited to the following:

  • Hard and soft landscaping, vehicle line marking, bollards and other landscaping/external works.

  • External landscaping and external works as per the attached Employers Requirements across various residential sites within Medway.

 
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