North Yorkshire County Council are seeking a Contractor to maintain a safe and healthy environment at schools, children’s centres and other educational establishments by ensuring the Physical Education, gym and play equipment is maintained to a high & safe standard.
Suppliers are invited to submit quotations for the provision of court skills training for youth justice staff.
North Yorkshire County Council requires that youth justice practitioners will become familiar with the processes and procedures of the court environment. Practitioners will achieve an understanding of their role in court and will gain the confidence to enable them to undertake the role of Court Duty Officer.
This Service is for the provision of family based Short Breaks Services for disabled children and young people. Short Break Carers (also known as link, volunteer or shared carers) are approved by a Fostering Panel as Foster Carers who offer overnight stays and/or day care on a regular basis to one or more disabled children in their own homes. The overall requirement of this contract is that children will be placed with families who have been assessed and approved to provide a secure, warm, safe and supportive environment in which the Child can receive a Short Break Service and the parents/main carers of the Child can receive some interim relief from their caring responsibilities.
Suppliers are invited to submit quotations for the provision of fundraising and income generation in the school environment. Delegates will be School Business Managers, senior administrative staff and Head Teachers.
Training Course Objectives and Learning Outcomes:
Delegate will learn:
1. About the skills, knowledge and planning needed to successfully generate income
2. The importance of forming partnerships when considering a grant application
3. How to prepare bids to external agencies such as the Awards for All Scheme
4. About other agencies which can be approached for funding, sponsorship or resources
5. To recognise that resources other than money can benefit the school.
North Yorkshire Police Authority (NYPA), with the support of other Contracting Bodies, is leading this collaborative procurement. Whilst no business is guaranteed via a framework agreement, the contracting authorities that have expressed an interest in using the framework and who will be permitted to use the framework are, the Metropolitan Police Authority established under section 5B of the Police Act 1996; a police authority established under section 3 of the Police Act 1996; a police authority established under section 2 of the Police (Scotland) Act 1967; the Northern Ireland Policing Board, the Greater London Authority or a functional body within the meaning of the Greater London Authority Act 1999; a fire authority constituted by a combination scheme under the Fire Services Act 1947; a fire and rescue authority within the meaning of section 1 of the Fire and Rescue Services Act 2004 or constituted by a scheme under section 2 or 4 of that Act. The framework will also be open to be accessed by the following contracting authorities: Central Government Departments and their Agencies, Non Departmental Public Bodies (NDPB’s)(a list of NDPB’s can be found at Annex A to the Public Bodies Directory 2007 published by the cabinet office); NHS Bodies (i.e. Acute Trusts, Ambulance Trusts, Primary Care Trusts, Care Trusts, NHS Hospital Trusts, Strategic Health Authorities, Mental Health Trusts, Special Health Authorities, Community Health Councils, Local Health Boards, NHS Trusts, NHS Scotland and its organisations and Special NHS Boards in Scotland and Local Authorities (i.e. a local authority as defined in Regulation 3(2) to (5) of the Public Contracts Regulations 2006 (as amended). Lastly, the framework is intended to meet the needs of the Environment Agency. The Agency may require the successful bidder(s) to provide the goods/services on the same terms that are agreed as a result of this tender to the Department of the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, and to its associated bodies including any Agencies and non departmental public bodies. Similarly the contractor may be required to supply the Scottish Environmental Protection Agency, the Northern Ireland Environment Agency, the Welsh Assembly Government, including its Agencies, and the Forestry Commission, including its Executive Agencies.
The NAPFM / NYPA are looking for a supplier who is suitably skilled and qualified to provide a service for the disposal of write-off vehicles.
The contractor will have membership of the British Vehicle Salvage Federation and or the Motor Vehicle Dismantlers Association or equivalent.
This will be a single provider framework.
The successful provider shall be admitted to a Framework Agreement. The call off element of the Framework Agreement shall be activated when the Authority or a Contracting Authority raises a call off order (each call off order being a contract in its own right). Any specific requirements for any Contracting Authority shall be set out in the call off order.
The Police forces of the UK, operate in excess of 44 000 vehicles covering 43 forces of England, Wales and Police Scotland. The Environment Agency, Fire Services, other emergency services, HMRC, NCA and Border Force nationally and independently operate a large Fleet of vehicles/require a route to dispose of seized vehicles. A compliant route to market for Vehicle/Plant/Disposal Services is needed for these Public Organisations. There is universal support from these groups for an aggregated and collaborative solution.
The scope of Services includes the collection of vehicles/plant; the auction of vehicles/plant; the grading and recycling of vehicle/plant parts with these potentially being sold back to customers, and the complete destruction of vehicles.
(For further details, please refer to the Specification attached to the ITT).
Estimated sales value excluding VAT:
N.B: The Value Basis below equates to the spend value by Customers on the Framework.
Dispose of End of Life Vehicles and Plant by Auction and Processing Services.
Lot 2 covers the disposal of vehicles by breaking into saleable parts and providing scrapping services for any residual parts.
Lot 3 covers the disposal of vehicles by offering a brokerage service for the sale of multiple vehicles as is to third party buyers.
Home from Hospital Schemes have been identified as enabling safe and timely discharge from hospital. North Yorkshire County Council and it’s partners including the National Health Service Trusts and Clinical Commissioning Groups are seeking to provide practical support to people who require such support on their return home.
North Yorkshire County Council wishes to procure Home from Hospital Support to provide practical support for people leaving hospital to help them settle at home so that they are confident and competent to live independently.
The Service will provide short-term practical support to people aged 18 or over leaving hospital to help them return home. The Service is intended to provide low level support to a large number of people which contributes to a whole system approach that is responsive to a person’s individual needs.
The key principles of the service are to:
· Assess and plan for short term support;
· Risk assess the home environment to determine all immediate basic needs; and
· Provide time limited practical support.
Tenders are invited from suitably qualified and experienced organisations (or consortia of organisations) to design, build, finance, operate and maintain the development of new extra care housing schemes on the following sites:-
• Former Ingleton Middle School playing fields, Ingleton, Carnforth, LA6 3BU
• High Bentham School, Main Street, High Street, High Bentham, LA2 7JU
The extra care housing will provide safe and secure housing for people aged 55 or older with a care and/or support need or 18 to 55 with a learning and/or physical disability who require varying levels of care and support to enable them to live independently in a home environment.
The appointed provider will be required to deliver a minimum of 40 units of extra care housing accommodation per scheme, along with associated communal areas and community services.
The sites are owned by the Council and will be sold to the appointed provider for the provision of the extra care housing schemes. The appointed provider will be required to deliver a minimum of 40 units of extra care housing accommodation per scheme, along with associated communal areas and community facilities.
The Council may require a flexible community space within the High Bentham scheme in order to relocate the High Bentham Library. The schemes should be designed taking account of local planning guidance but should maximise each site's capacity.
Nominations and allocations for the scheme will be subject to a Nominations Agreement with the Provider, the Council and Craven District Council.
North Yorkshire County Council wishes to award a contract for the provision of Domestic Abuse Refuge Support Service (Women and Children), Making Safe Victims Floating Support Service, and Children & Young Peoples Therapeutic Service throughout North Yorkshire.
The principal aim of the Service(s) is to tackle domestic abuse and deliver outcome focussed integrated domestic abuse service(s) to high and medium risk victims/survivors and members of their household, including children. The service(s) will enable victims/survivors and their families to make informed choices about their safety, health, housing and any other identified outcome needs by providing them with:-
Ø emergency accommodation with support (Refuge Provision) and/or
Ø floating support within their own accommodation whilst either rehousing the perpetrator and offering support to manage their behaviour or working with both victim/survivor and perpetrator whilst living together(Making Safe)
Ø an intervention for children and young people with a variety of difficulties caused by domestic abuse including emotional or behavioural difficulties, depression, fear, anxiety, relationship difficulties and children not realising their full potential, academically or socially, offering them the opportunity to explore their feelings around domestic abuse in a safe and supportive environment(Children & Young Peoples Therapeutic Service).
The Service(s) will provide fair and equitable services to victims/survivors and children who may have experienced in the past or still be experiencing domestic abuse.
The Service is being jointly commissioned by the Supporting People Partnership of North Yorkshire which includes North Yorkshire County Council Directorates ( Health and Adult Services (HAS), including Public Health, and Children and Young People), Probation, Health and the seven North Yorkshire District and Borough Councils, namely:- Craven District Council, Hambleton District Council, Harrogate Borough Council, Richmondshire District Council, Ryedale District Council, Scarborough Borough Council and Selby District Council; together referred to as the “Partnership” with North Yorkshire County Council appointed to act as the lead for the commissioning of the service(s).