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Creation of UPS environment in the basement area of Dover MRCC.

Maritime & Coastguard Agency | Published April 29, 2015  -  Deadline April 28, 2015
Winner
Mitie
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Creation of UPS environment in the basement area of Dover MRCC, rewiring of Dover MRCC in readiness for the UPS switchover, relocation of mains circuit boards from existing UPS room into new UPS area.

Supported Accommodation in a Family Environment (AKA SLODs).

Kent County Council | Published July 21, 2015
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85311300

Supported Accommodation in a Family Environment (AKA SLODs).

SS15015 - Supported Accommodation in a Family Environment

Kent County Council | Published November 27, 2015  -  Deadline January 18, 2016
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25000000, 32000000

The Opportunity

Supported Accommodation in a Family Environment is a form of temporary supported accommodation for vulnerable people who are not yet ready to live independently for a variety of reasons.  The Contractor shall manage referrals and agree arrangements for Supported Accommodation in a Family Environment on behalf of the Council and shall be responsible for recruiting, training and managing Hosts, where a Host is a private individual (or individuals) who accommodate a young person/s in their home, offering support and guidance as appropriate, to help him/her on their pathway to independence.  Hosts will assist the young people in a variety of areas, such as budgeting, cooking and cleaning to enable them to develop self-confidence, emotional resilience and independent living skills in a safe and supportive setting.  This will allow them to move on to living independently in a timely way by 21 years old or earlier.

 Young people placed in this accommodation will have their own room in a family home and be given support by the adult or adults that live in the home.  It is a requirement that Hosts offering Supported Accommodation in a Family Environment have the capacity to offer each young person a bedroom of their own that is furnished and maintained to a good standard and access to a kitchen.   No more than three young people should be accommodated at any one time in a family home. 

Background

Kent County Council (the council) is the largest county council in England covering an area of 3,500 square kilometres.  It has an annual expenditure of over £900m on goods and services and a population of 1.3m.  The Council provides a wide range of personal and strategic services on behalf of its residents, operating in partnership with 12 district councils and 289 parish/town councils.

Statutory guidance places a legal duty on local authorities to provide support for Children in Care and Care Leavers. The precise level of care required by each young person will depend on their assessed needs and on their leaving care “status”, as defined by statute.

The Council recognises its responsibility to assist and support our older Children in Care, Care Leavers and vulnerable young people make a successful transition to adulthood; either through re-integrating with their families or becoming as self-supporting as possible.

The 2010 (and 2011, 2014) regulations set out under Volume 3 of the Children Act 1989 have strengthened an emphasis on leaving care as being a transitional period rather than something that occurs at a particular point in time. Care Leavers are expected to receive support from their responsible authority (the local authority that last looked after them) up to their 25th birthday if they so wish and are eligible. The aim of such continuing support is to ensure that care leavers are provided with comprehensive personal support so that they achieve their potential as they make the transition to adulthood.

In addition, the Council, through its Leaving Care Policy, has committed to explore “the use of supported accommodation where it is identified via the pathway plan that a young person reaching 18 years of age has not yet acquired adequate independent living skills or the emotional resilience to live alone”.

Further background and technical information can be found within the tender documentation.

Expression of Interest and Tender Process

Expressions of interest will only be accepted via the Kent Business Portal.  In order to submit your interest in this opportunity please select the ‘Login and Express an Interest’ button located at the bottom of this page.  Note that in order to successfully submit your interest you will first need to register for an account.  After registration is complete and you've received your login details you should return to the advert for the opportunity and express your interest.

You will then be emailed an invitation to submit a tender.  Further guidance regarding how to use this portal can be found attached to the bottom of this advert.

Indicative Procurement Timetable

· Deadline to submit requests for Requirement Clarification: 12:00 (noon) on Monday 11 January 2016.

· Deadline for Tender Responses: 12:00 (noon) on Monday 18 January 2016.

· Commencement of Tender Evaluation Period (including Tender Clarification): Monday 18 January 2016.

· Pre-Award Clarification Meeting: Monday 08 February 2016.

· Publication of Decision to Award: Friday 19 February 2016.

· Standstill Period: 10 Calendar Days.

· Contract Award: Monday 29 February 2016.

·  Issue Contract documentation for signature: After Monday 29 February 2016.

· Contract Commencement Date: To be agreed with the preferred supplier.

 

Questions and Communication

Please direct all questions and communication through the Kent Business Portal via the discussions facility.  Further guidance can be can be found within the guide located at the bottom of this page.

 

SS15 15 — Supported Accommodation in a Family Environment.

Kent County Council | Published December 1, 2015  -  Deadline January 18, 2016
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85311300

Supported Accommodation in a Family Environment is a form of temporary supported accommodation for vulnerable people who are not yet ready to live independently for a variety of reasons. The Contractor shall manage referrals and agree arrangements for Supported Accommodation in a Family Environment on behalf of the Council and shall be responsible for recruiting, training and managing Hosts, where a Host is a private individual (or individuals) who accommodate a young person/s in their home, offering support and guidance as appropriate, to help him/her on their pathway to independence. Hosts will assist the young people in a variety of areas, such as budgeting, cooking and cleaning to enable them to develop self-confidence, emotional resilience and independent living skills in a safe and supportive setting. This will allow them to move on to living independently in a timely way by 21 years old or earlier. Young people placed in this accommodation will have their own room in a family home and be given support by the adult or adults that live in the home. It is a requirement that Hosts offering Supported Accommodation in a Family Environment have the capacity to offer each young person a bedroom of their own that is furnished and maintained to a good standard and access to a kitchen. No more than 3 young people should be accommodated at any one time in a family home. Background: Kent County Council (the council) is the largest county council in England covering an area of 3 500 square kilometres. It has an annual expenditure of over 900 000 000 GBP on goods and services and a population of 1 300 000 GBP. The Council provides a wide range of personal and strategic services on behalf of its residents, operating in partnership with 12 district councils and 289 parish/town councils. Statutory guidance places a legal duty on local authorities to provide support for Children in Care and Care Leavers. The precise level of care required by each young person will depend on their assessed needs and on their leaving care status, as defined by statute. The Council recognises its responsibility to assist and support our older Children in Care, Care Leavers and vulnerable young people make a successful transition to adulthood; either through re-integrating with their families or becoming as self-supporting as possible. The 2010 (and 2011, 2014) regulations set out under Volume 3 of the Children Act 1989 have strengthened an emphasis on leaving care as being a transitional period rather than something that occurs at a particular point in time. Care Leavers are expected to receive support from their responsible authority (the local authority that last looked after them) up to their 25th birthday if they so wish and are eligible. The aim of such continuing support is to ensure that care leavers are provided with comprehensive personal support so that they achieve their potential as they make the transition to adulthood. In addition, the Council, through its Leaving Care Policy, has committed to explore the use of supported accommodation where it is identified via the pathway plan that a young person reaching 18 years of age has not yet acquired adequate independent living skills or the emotional resilience to live alone. Further background and technical information can be found within the tender documentation. Expressions of interest will only be accepted via the Kent Business Portal. In order to submit your interest in this opportunity please select the ‘Login and Express an Interest’ button located at the bottom of this page. Note that in order to successfully submit your interest you will first need to register for an account. After registration is complete and you've received your login details you should return to the advert for the opportunity and express your interest. You will then be emailed an invitation to submit a tender. Please direct all questions and communication through the Kent Business Portal via the discussions facility. Further guidance can be can be found within the guide located at the bottom of this page.

GB-EASTBOURNE: MONITORING FOR NITROUS OXIDE & ANAESTHETIC AGENTS

East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust | Published June 2, 2015  -  Deadline June 8, 2015
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Monitoring for Nitrous Oxide & Anaesthetic Agents in theatre environment.

Surveillance and security systems and devices

Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust | Published April 26, 2017  -  Deadline May 24, 2017
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35120000, 63712400

This tender is for 2 Lots:

Lot 1 Car Parking Management Services.

Lot 2 Security Management Services.

Contractor to provide a comprehensive car parking management service including car parking management across the Trust site(s).

Provide a secure and safe car park environment for patients, staff and bona-fide visitors to the hospital, their vehicles and their property.

Contractor to provide a comprehensive security service to ensure the safety and security of all patients, staff and bona-fide visitors to the Site. Contractor shall provide a high profile and visible service that creates a safe and secure environment.

SS1201 Property Services Consultancy Framework.

Kent County Council | Published January 8, 2015
Winner
Adams Johns Kennard Ltd, Architects Design Partnership LLP, Architype Ltd, Avanti Architects Ltd, Bailey Partnership, Burns Guthrie & Partners, Calfordseaden LLP, CC Studio Architects Ltd, Clague LLP, Clay Architecture Ltd (joint bid), Clay Architecture Ltd, DHP UK LLP, ECD Architects Ltd, ECE Architecture Ltd, Frankham Consultancy Group Limited, GPM Partnership Ltd, Guy Hollaway Architects LLP, Hartwell Architects, Hazle McCormack Young LLP, HKS Architects Limited, Ingleton Wood LLP, Kaner Olette Ltd, KSS Design Group Ltd, Lee Evans Partnership LLP, Morgan Carn Partnership, Nicholas Hare Architects LLP, NPS Property Consultants Ltd, Pellings LLP, Penoyre & Prasad LLP, Playle & Partners LLP, Shepheard Epstein Hunter Plc, Sprunt Limited, The Fulker Consultancy Limited, Van Heyningen and Haward Architects LLP, Bailey Garner LLP, AECOM Ltd, Betteridge & Milsom Ltd, Calford Seaden LLP, DTZ Debenham Tie Leung Ltd, Faithful+Gould Ltd, Gleeds Management Services Ltd, Keegans Ltd, MacConvilles Ltd, MDA Consulting Ltd, Potter Raper Partnership, The Clarkson Alliance Ltd, Academy Consulting Solutions Limited, Allen Dadswell Partnership Ltd, Appleyards Ltd, Sweett (UK) Ltd, Mouchel Ltd, The Fulker Consultancy Ltd, Banyard Consultants Ltd, Brinson Staniland Partnership Ltd, CBG Consultants Ltd, Desco (Design & Consultancy) Ltd, Frankham Consultancy Group Ltd, Norman Bromley Partnership LLP, Pope Consulting Ltd, The Richard Stephens Partnership Ltd, Clancy Consulting Ltd, Crofton Design (Kent) Ltd, Gary Gabriel Associates, Kirksaunders Associates Ltd, MLM Consulting Engineers Ltd, Sir Frederick Snow & Partners Ltd, Tony Gee & Partners LLP, Waterman Transport & Development Ltd, Wilde Consultants Ltd, The Allen Dadswell Partnership Ltd, Currie & Brown UK Ltd, Faithorn Farrell Timms LLP, Martin Arnold Associates LLP, McComb Partnership Ltd, The Woodley Coles LLP, BLB Surveyors Ltd, The Lawson Partnership Ltd t/a Lawson Queay Chartered Surveyors, Qualitas Inspection Services Ltd, Abacus Residential Services Ltd, LDA Design Consulting LLP, Lloyd Bore Ltd, The Environmental Consultancy Ltd t/a RPS, RSK Environment Ltd, The Ecology Consultancy Ltd, Tim Moya Tree Services Ltd, Bond Bryan Architects Ltd, Clipston Construction Control Ltd, DHP UK Ltd, Haverstock Associates LLP, Pick Everard, PRP Architects LLP
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71000000, 71311000, 71312000, 71315300, 71324000, 71334000, 72224000, 90713000

Property Services including architecture, lead consultancy, employers agent, project management, construction design and management co-ordinator (CDMC), mechanical and electrical engineering, structural and civil engineering, quantity surveying, clerk of works, environment, building surveying and multi-disciplinary.

Architectural, construction, engineering and inspection services

Kent County Council | Published January 8, 2015
Winner
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71000000, 71311000, 71312000, 71315300, 71324000, 71334000, 72224000, 90713000

Property Services including architecture, lead consultancy, employers agent, project management, construction design and management co-ordinator (CDMC), mechanical and electrical engineering, structural and civil engineering, quantity surveying, clerk of works, environment, building surveying and multi-disciplinary.

SS15 4 Cycle Track Creation, Thameside, Dartford - Phase 2

Kent County Council | Published April 24, 2015  -  Deadline June 5, 2015
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The Contractor will be responsible for providing the surface creation works as detailed in the specification and specification plan to create a new Cycle Track on the Thameside, Dartford. The successful Contractor will need to arrange access with the Environment Agency and the works must not reduce or compromise the height/width of the flood bund.

Fixed Safety Camera Contract.

Kent County Council | Published May 15, 2015  -  Deadline June 8, 2015
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34971000

Kent County Council (KCC) is looking to procure the Upgrade of the Fixed Safety Camera Network from Wet Film Operation to Digital on behalf of the Kent and Medway Safety Camera Partnership (KMSCP). The KMSCP is formed of Kent County Council, Medway Council, Kent Police and Highways England (formerly the Highways Agency). KCC provides the partnership's project management via the Highways, Transportation and Waste department within the Growth, Environment and Transport Directorate.

Pevensey Pennywort Control 2015/16

DEPARTMENT FOR ENVIRONMENT, FOOD & RURAL AFFAIRS | Published May 15, 2015  -  Deadline June 8, 2015
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Defra procuring on behalf on Natural England. Pevensey Levels is a 3500 hectare wetland site consisting of wet grassland criss-crossed by over 450 km of human made freshwater ditches. The area is Site of Special Scientific Interest, RAMSAR and Special Area of Conservation because of the plants and animals found in these ditches. The aquatic alien Floating Pennywort was first recorded on Pevensey in 1995. In 2009 Environment Agency and Natural England jointly funded a survey for the plant and found that 10% of water courses and approximately 45km were infested. Floating Pennywort is harming the site and needs to be controlled and ideally eradicated. Environment Agency and Natural England have trialled various control methods to assess how effective they are at removing Floating Pennywort and what impact the treatments have on the sensitive plants and animals of the protected site. The first year and second years of the treatment took place in 2013-14 and 2014-15. This contract is for the third year of treatment to take place during 2015-6.

SS1570 Supply of CCTV Control and Display System.

Kent County Council | Published March 18, 2016
Winner
Secure Engineering Ltd
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30231300, 32231000, 34000000, 51000000

This is a contract to supply and install a number of CCTV display screens and associated control systems in the Kent Highway Management Centre, Aylesford within the Growth, Environment, Transport and Directorate. There is a requirement to replace the existing display wall with a more flexible interface and convert the communications to open industry standards. The existing CCTV cameras are used to monitor and manage traffic flows on the highway network. By providing real-time information on incidents or special events, CCTV images can influence drivers' route selection, reduce travel time, mitigate the severity and duration of incidents and improve the overall performance of the transportation network.

SS1570 Supply of CCTV Control and Display System.

Kent County Council | Published December 4, 2015  -  Deadline January 8, 2016
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30231300, 32231000, 34000000, 51000000

This is a contract to supply and install a number of CCTV display screens and associated control systems in the Kent Highway Management Centre, Aylesford within the Growth, Environment, Transport and Directorate. There is a requirement to replace the existing display wall with a more flexible interface and convert the communications to open industry standards. The existing CCTV cameras are used to monitor and manage traffic flows on the highway network. By providing real-time information on incidents or special events, CCTV images can influence drivers' route selection, reduce travel time, mitigate the severity and duration of incidents and improve the overall performance of the transportation network.

SS1570 Supply of CCTV Control & Display System

Kent County Council | Published December 2, 2015  -  Deadline January 8, 2016
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16100000, 27120000, 35110000, 35140000

This is a contract to supply and install a number of CCTV display screens and associated control systems in the Kent Highway Management Centre, Aylesford within the Growth, Environment, Transport and Directorate.

 

There is a requirement to replace the existing display wall with a more flexible interface and convert the communications to open industry standards. The existing CCTV cameras are used to monitor and manage traffic flows on the highway network. By providing real-time information on incidents or special events, CCTV images can influence drivers’ route selection, reduce travel time, mitigate the severity and duration of incidents and improve the overall performance of the transportation network.

 

Furniture for Educational and Non-Educational Environments

Kent County Council | Published February 3, 2017
Winner
Gratnells Limited, Metroplan Limited, Marmax Products Limited, Whittan Industrial Limited T/a Moresecure, Metalliform Holdings Limited, Leafield Environmental Limited, Gopak Limited, Morleys (Bicester) Limited, Emergent Crown Contract Office Furnishings Limited, Glasdon UK Limited, Kit for Kids Limited, Bate sOffice Services Limited, WW (UK) Limited T/a TC Group &amp; Titan Furniture, Hille Educational Products Limited, Portsdown Office Limited, Monarch Acoustics Limited T/a Monarch Education Furniture, KI (UK) Limited, Mogo Direct Limited, Advanced Moulds T/a Advanced Furniture, Willowbrook Education Limited, Spaceforme, Spaceright Europe Limited, Flute Office Limited, Mike Miller Associates Limited T/a Twoey, Leisure Bench Limited, Profile Education Limited, Community Products (UK) Limited T/a Community Playthings, Churchfield Sofabed Company Limited, Kebrico Limited, Basics Equipment Limited, Leafield Environemental Limited, COI Total Interiors, Trieste Group LLP T/a Envoplan, Spacestor and Table Portfolio, Theme Bins International Limited, Bates Office services Limited, Kinnarps UK Limited, Wagstaff Brother Limited, Lee &amp; Plumpton Limited, Millar West Limited, WW (UK) Limited T/a TC Group &amp; Titan furniture, Triumph furniture Limited, Dynamic Office Seating Limited T/a Dynamic Office Solutions, Phoenix Safe Co Limited, POF Limited T/a Project Office Furniture, Quay Office Furnishers Limited, Albion Chairs Limited
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39000000, 39130000, 39150000, 39160000, 39180000, 79930000

Commercial Services is one of the largest trading organisations of its kind in Europe with a turnover in excess of 600 000 000 GBP and employing over 700 people from its base in Kent. Tracing its roots back to 1902, as an education stores department for Kent County Council, Commercial Services has subsequently grown organically to supply an ever-increasing range of best value goods and services to other publicly funded organisations. These include local government, education establishments, the care sector and the emergency services. KCS is a trading unit of Commercial Services and provides a purchasing, warehousing and distribution service to a wide ranging customer base within local government and associated public bodies in Kent, neighbouring counties and across the UK. Kent County Council (the Council) is the largest local authority in England covering an area of 3 500 square kilometres. It has an annual expenditure of circa. 1 000 000 000 GBP on goods and services with a population of 1.5 m. The Council provides a wide range of personal and strategic services on behalf of its residents, operating in partnership with 12 district councils and 309 parish/town councils. In accordance with best procurement practice, EU and UK Procurement Directives and Regulations, KCS has created a Framework Agreement (the Agreement) for the supply and delivery of Furniture for Educational and Non-Educational Environments. The requirement will include but not be limited to educational furniture to meet the needs of early years primary, secondary and further education (tables, desks, seating, staging, dining, storage and teaching walls) — non-educational furniture to cover general office, reception and generic breakout areas (office desks, seating, storage, display, reception and breakout). The procurement process adopted by the Contracting Authority is based upon the ‘Open’ Procedure, as detailed in the ‘Public Contract Regulations 2015’.

Furniture for Educational and Non-Educational Environments

Kent County Council | Published June 17, 2016  -  Deadline July 21, 2016
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39100000, 39130000, 39150000

Commercial Services is 1 of the largest trading organisations of its kind in Europe with a turnover in excess of 600 000 000 GBP and employing over 700 people from its base in Kent. Tracing its roots back to 1902, as an education stores department for Kent County Council, Commercial Services has subsequently grown organically to supply an ever-increasing range of best value goods and services to other publicly funded organisations. These include local government, education establishments, the care sector and the emergency services. KCS is a trading unit of Commercial Services and provides a purchasing, warehousing and distribution service to a wide ranging customer base within local government and associated public bodies in Kent, neighbouring counties and across the UK. Kent County Council (the Council) is the largest local authority in England covering an area of 3 500 square kilometres. It has an annual expenditure of circa. 1 000 0000 000 GBP on goods and services with a population of 1 500 000. The Council provides a wide range of personal and strategic services on behalf of its residents, operating in partnership with 12 district councils and 309 parish/town councils. In accordance with best procurement practice, EU and UK Procurement Directives and Regulations, KCS wishes to create a Framework Agreement (the Agreement) for the supply and delivery of Furniture for Educational and Non-Educational Environments. The requirement will include but not be limited to educational furniture to meet the needs of early years primary, secondary and further education (tables, desks, seating, staging, dining, storage and teaching walls) — non-educational furniture to cover general office, reception and generic breakout areas (office desks, seating, storage, display, reception and breakout). In addition there is a requirement for design and concept innovation as well as full project work from design through to delivery and installation. The procurement process adopted by the Contracting Authority is based upon the ‘Open’ Procedure, as detailed in the ‘Public Contract Regulations 2015’.

Furniture for Educational and Non-Educational Environments

Kent County Council | Published June 17, 2016
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39000000, 39130000, 39150000, 39160000, 39180000, 79930000, 79930000, 39515100, 45430000, 39160000, 39000000, 39100000, 39150000, 39160000, 39180000, 39100000, 39130000, 39150000

Commercial Services is 1 of the largest trading organisations of its kind in Europe with a turnover in excess of 600 000 000 GBP and employing over 700 people from its base in Kent. Tracing its roots back to 1902, as an education stores department for Kent County Council, Commercial Services has subsequently grown organically to supply an ever-increasing range of best value goods and services to other publicly funded organisations. These include local government, education establishments, the care sector and the emergency services. KCS is a trading unit of Commercial Services and provides a purchasing, warehousing and distribution service to a wide ranging customer base within local government and associated public bodies in Kent, neighbouring counties and across the UK. Kent County Council (the Council) is the largest local authority in England covering an area of 3 500 square kilometres. It has an annual expenditure of circa. 1 000 0000 000 GBP on goods and services with a population of 1 500 000. The Council provides a wide range of personal and strategic services on behalf of its residents, operating in partnership with 12 district councils and 309 parish/town councils. In accordance with best procurement practice, EU and UK Procurement Directives and Regulations, KCS wishes to create a Framework Agreement (the Agreement) for the supply and delivery of Furniture for Educational and Non-Educational Environments. The requirement will include but not be limited to educational furniture to meet the needs of early years primary, secondary and further education (tables, desks, seating, staging, dining, storage and teaching walls) — non-educational furniture to cover general office, reception and generic breakout areas (office desks, seating, storage, display, reception and breakout). In addition there is a requirement for design and concept innovation as well as full project work from design through to delivery and installation. The procurement process adopted by the Contracting Authority is based upon the ‘Open’ Procedure, as detailed in the ‘Public Contract Regulations 2015’.

SS16 090 Disposal of Soil, rubble and hardcore

Kent County Council | Published May 11, 2017  -  Deadline June 12, 2017
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90510000

Kent County Council (the Council) is the largest local authority in England covering an area of 3 500 km2. It has an annual expenditure of over 1 000 000 000 GBP on goods and services and a population of 1 300 000. The Council provides a wide range of personal and strategic services on behalf of its residents, operating in partnership with 12 district councils and 289 parish/town councils.

The Council consists of 4 directorates:

— Social Care, Health and Well-being;

— Education and Young People's Services;

— Growth, Environment and Transport;

— Strategic and Corporate Services.

Kent County Council (the Council) represented by Waste Management (within the Growth, Environment and Transport Directorate), is the statutory Waste Disposal Authority for Kent and is responsible for making arrangements for the treatment and/or disposal as appropriate of Local Authority Collected Municipal Waste (LACMW), under the provisions of the Environmental Protection Act 1990.

Expressions of Interest are invited from suitably qualified and experienced Providers who are interested in tendering for the following services:

KCC is the Disposal Authority for Kent and as such, has a responsibility to provide for the treatment and/or disposal of circa 730 000 tonnes per annum of municipal waste generated in Kent. Hardcore and Soil is a material which is deemed to derive from household projects and therefore, residents are limited to bringing in 90 kg (190 lbs) per day to deter traders. KCC Waste Management is looking to procure an off-taker provision for 6 of the 18 Household Waste Recycling Centre sites in Kent (Sevenoaks, Tunbridge Wells, Swanley, Dartford, Maidstone and Gravesham) for Hardcore and Soil. KCC Waste Management wishes to procure an array of providers or one provider which gives KCC the most cost efficient method of disposing of hardcore and soil.

People Moving and Handling Training

Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust | Published August 11, 2016  -  Deadline August 23, 2016
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80561000

Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust is a large acute hospital Trust in the south east of England and provides a full range of general hospital services, and some areas of specialist complex care to around 560 000 people living in the south of West Kent and the north of East Sussex. Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust is seeking the services of an external training provider to deliver People Moving and Handling training to its clinical staff. Training will be delivered on site in a class room environment. The Trust requires a provider who is experienced in both the advisory and training aspects of People moving and Handling and can apply their moving and handling training skills to a wide range of general patient handling situations within an acute hospital setting.

People Moving and Handling Training

Maidstone & Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust | Published August 11, 2016
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80561000

Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust is a large acute hospital Trust in the south east of England and provides a full range of general hospital services, and some areas of specialist complex care to around 560 000 people living in the south of West Kent and the north of East Sussex. Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust is seeking the services of an external training provider to deliver People Moving and Handling training to its clinical staff. Training will be delivered on site in a class room environment. The Trust requires a provider who is experienced in both the advisory and training aspects of People moving and Handling and can apply their moving and handling training skills to a wide range of general patient handling situations within an acute hospital setting.