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Integrated Electronic Homecare Monitoring and Scheduling Solution

SHROPSHIRE COUNCIL | Published June 20, 2017  -  Deadline March 15, 2017
Winner
Care Monitoring 2000 (CM2000) Limited
cpvs
33195000

This is an award notice for an integrated shared solution to provide a complete hosted, managed service solution, working with Shropshire Council and Telford and Wrekin Council project teams to implement a system so that it is fully tested and available for use in a live environment. This tender was carried out as a further competition under the framework agreement no. 394_15 let by the Eastern Shires Purchasing Organisation.

Vocational training services

Shropshire Council | Published April 7, 2017
Winner
County Training — part of Herefordshire & Ludlow Colleges Group
cpvs
80530000

This is an award notice, Shropshire Council has created a framework of providers to deliver apprenticeship training from April 2017. This is in response to the government's reform of apprenticeships and the introduction of the Apprenticeship Levy which will come into effect on 1.4.2017. The council is looking to maximise the use of the Levy pot available across all its service areas whilst also supporting our partners to make use of their own levy pots by accessing our framework of providers.

This is an award notice, Shropshire Council has created a framework of providers to deliver apprenticeship training from April 2017.

The framework is made up of providers delivering apprenticeships for the following:

1. Administration

2. Adult Social Care

3. Agriculture, Horticulture, Animal Care and Groundsmanship;

4. Arts, Events and Production;

5. Cleaning, Estates and Facilities;

6. Coaching, Leadership, Management and Projects;

7. Compliance and Legal;

8. Construction, Planning and the Built Environment;

9. Customer Services;

10. Driving and Vehicle Maintenance;

11. Finance;

12. Food and Drink (hospitality);

13. Health and equality;

14. Health and Safety;

15. Housing;

16. HR;

17. IT, Media, Communications and Marketing;

18. Leisure;

19. Manufacturing and Warehousing;

20. Public and Emergency Services;

21. Retail and Enterprise;

22. Security;

23. Teaching and Learning;

24. Youth, Children and early years.

GB-Shrewsbury: Pride Hill Public Realm Enhancements

Shropshire Council | Published June 23, 2017  -  Deadline August 4, 2017
cpvs
45200000

Shropshire Council is looking to procure Principal Contractors for the next phase of the Shrewsbury Integrated Transport Package, which consists of a Public Realm Enhancement Scheme located at Pride Hill. Shropshire Council is inviting organisations to pre-qualify in order to be selected to be invited to tender for the provision of these Works. As part of the pre-qualification process Contractors must be able to demonstrate their competence/suitability in the following areas: •Health and Safety oCDM2015 - willingness to accept the role of Principal Contractor oCHAS Certification or equivalent approved scheme oAccident Record (RIDDOR) •Financial oProven financial standing oAdequate Insurance Cover •Experience oReference Projects/Contracts demonstrating ability to undertake public realm improvement schemes working in an urban and town centre environment with complex traffic/pedestrian management arrangements and associated road-space permit restrictions Other Specialist Services that the Contractor is able to provide: Equality Compliance with Equality and Diversity legislation

DMC 114 — Recovery Orientated Substance Misuse Services.

Shropshire Council | Published March 31, 2015  -  Deadline April 28, 2015
cpvs
85000000

Health and social work services. Health and social work services. This is a notice for social and specific services in accordance with Directive 2014/24/EU, Article 74 Health and Social Related Services. Shropshire Council is seeking a service provider to provide a recovery orientated substance misuse service to serve the administrative County of Shropshire. Shropshire Council, as part of its transformation programme, is moving away from direct service delivery to become a commissioning body. This has provided the opportunity to review the current system of drug and alcohol services provided by the Council in-house and the remaining elements by three external providers. Shropshire Council is seeking a new provider of specialist community drug and alcohol treatment service for adults and young people this will include all aspects of community provision to support recovery and will exclude the provision of residential rehabilitation, inpatient detoxification and community pharmacy services. The new service will need to be responsive to changing needs, including Novel Psychoactive Substances, prescribed and over the counter drugs and recovery focused in line with the ambitions of the National Drug Strategy (NDS) of 2010. Recovery is defined in the NDS as involving freedom from dependence, wellbeing and citizenship and is aligned to Shropshire Councils priorities of: a) Protecting — Strive to keep people from harm (in a way that does not compromise choice); b) Growing — Help to manage our environment (in a way that helps Shropshire to thrive); c) Helping — Helping people to help themselves (in a way that helps them to make the most of the choices available to them). The new contract will be commissioned to meet the following outcomes: — Freedom of dependence on drugs and / or alcohol; — Prevention of drug related deaths and blood borne viruses; — A reduction in crime and re-offending; — Sustained employment and the ability to access and sustain suitable accommodation; — Improvement in mental and physical health and wellbeing; — Improved relationships with family members, partners and friends; — The capacity to be an effective parent. It is envisaged the new provider will increase sustainable recovery and help reduce future demand. This will require holistic approach that supports families in need, addresses other factors such as criminal justice, housing and employment issues. With recovery as its focus the new system will need to deliver a range of clinical, psychosocial and recovery support interventions that have a proven effectiveness in the management and recovery of drug and alcohol issues. Interventions will be tailored to meet client needs and all provision must comply with up to date clinical guidelines, and meet standards as set out by NICE (National Institute for Clinical Effectiveness). It is considered that the Employee ‘Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations ‘2006 (‘TUPE') will apply to this contract. Also compliance with the provisions of The Best Value Authorities Staff Transfers (Pensions) Direction 2007, in relation to the Local Government Pension Scheme (as administered by Shropshire County Pension Fund) will also be required. Applicants are advised to seek their own legal advice about the practicality of these regulations. As a public authority, in line with the Public Services (Social Value) Act 2012 the Council has due regard to economic, social and environmental well-being in Shropshire. Accordingly the council is looking, in relation to the delivery of this contract, for proposals from contractors that could help provide social value benefits within Shropshire where practicable and to maximise the social and economic impact of the proposed contract. This is a notice for Social and specific services in accordance with Directive 2014/24/EU Article74 being Public Health Services. Accordingly the Council will follow a process based on the principles of transparency. The Council will treat all economic operators equally and in a non-discriminatory way. The contract will run for an initial period of three years with an option to extend for further 12 month periods up to a maximum of a further 2 years.

EMC 024 — day service and employment opportunities at Greenacres, near Baschurch, North Shropshire f

Shropshire Council | Published November 7, 2014  -  Deadline December 5, 2014
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85312110

Shropshire Council is seeking a service provider to manage and develop (on its behalf) Greenacres, a rural property near Baschurch in North SY4 2JA currently offering a day service and employment opportunities for 31 adults with learning disabilities. The site and service are currently owned and managed by Shropshire Council and has been in operation since the early 1990's. The centre currently supports 31 adults aged between 20 to 69 over five days (Monday to Friday). This equates to 104 day places over the week at present. The Centre is well established within the local community and is a supplier of farm produce, plants and preserves to a number of outlets across Shropshire. There is scope for further development of this aspect of the service. The Centre is staffed by a stable and experienced staff group employed by Shropshire Council and applicants should note that it is considered that the Employee ‘Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations ‘2006 (‘TUPE') will apply to this contract. Also compliance with the provisions The Best Value Authorities Staff Transfers (Pensions) Direction 2007, in relation to the Local Government Pension Scheme (as administered by Shropshire County Pension Fund) will also be required. Applicants are advised to seek their own legal advice about the practicality of these regulations. The Centre is run to a high standard and is highly valued by the people who use the service, their families and carers. Shropshire Council is wishing to develop the style of service by transferring the existing service to a new provider willing to undertake both continuity of service provision in the first instance and redevelopment of the service and site into a more commercially viable operation and provide opportunities for individuals to maximise their potential to gain employment. We would also like to see the continued expansion and diversification of the production and sales of farm produce and other related products and services. The service in the future should provide both a therapeutic setting for individuals suited by the rural environment and a platform for those who can gain and increase accredited horticultural, animal husbandry, food production and customer service skills which will enable them to gain employment in a more open work situation. The Council is currently facing unprecedented financial pressures and is unable to invest any additional revenue or capital in any improvements that the successful operator may wish to make to the premises. Prospective operators will therefore have to secure and provide any necessary investment to undertake any improvements. Providers are also encouraged to consider how they might seek appropriate external grant funding to further enhance and develop the service. The Council is initially proposing, to offer a five year lease of the property at a peppercorn rent with an option to extend for a term commensurate with any extension of the service contract. The Council is also proposing a service contract for an initial period of 5 years with the option for further extensions up to a maximum of a further 10 years at 5 yearly intervals. However under this competitive dialogue process bidders may put forward any alternative proposals or any variant to the Council's initial proposals. The service provider will work in accordance with the ‘Safeguarding adults: multi-agency policy and procedures for the West Midlands' The Council wishes to maximise the social and economic impact of the proposed solution and therefore will be seeking a provider who can support volunteering, training and employment opportunities both locally and for service users, and who will actively support the local supply chain both during redevelopment of the service and during normal operation. The Council would also be supportive of proposals which would expand the service to a wider client group.</

Vocational training services

Shropshire Council | Published January 7, 2017  -  Deadline February 6, 2017
cpvs
80530000

Shropshire Council is looking to create a framework of providers to deliver apprenticeship training from April 2017. This is in response to the government's reform of apprenticeships and the introduction of the Apprenticeship Levy which will come into effect on 1.4.2017. The council is looking to maximise the use of the Levy pot available across all its service areas whilst also supporting our partners to make use of their own levy pots by accessing our framework of providers.

Shropshire Council is looking to create a framework of providers to deliver apprenticeship training from April 2017. This is in response to the government's reform of apprenticeships and the introduction of the Apprenticeship Levy which will come into effect on 1.4.2017. The council is looking to maximise the use of the Levy pot available across all its service areas whilst also supporting our partners to make use of their own levy pots by accessing our framework of providers.

The framework will be made up of providers who are able to deliver apprenticeships for one or a variety of the following lot categories:

1. Administration;

2. Adult Social Care;

3. Agriculture, Horticulture, Animal Care and Groundsmanship;

4. Arts, Events and Production;

5. Cleaning, Estates and Facilities;

6. Coaching, Leadership, Management and Projects;

7. Compliance and Legal;

8. Construction, Planning and the Built Environment;

9. Customer Services;

10. Driving and Vehicle Maintenance;

11. Finance;

12. Food and Drink (hospitality);

13. Health and equality;

14. Health and Safety;

15. Housing;

16. HR;

17. IT, Media, Communications and Marketing;

18. Leisure;

19. Manufacturing and Warehousing;

20. Public and Emergency Services;

21. Retail and Enterprise;

22. Security;

23. Teaching and Learning;

24. Youth, Children and early years.

Each of the above categories will have multiple sub categories as set out in the Tender documentation. Providers should be able to provide at least several of these sub categories in relation to the lot or lots which they are applying for.

It is a mandatory requirement for applicants that they are successful in being included onto the Register of Apprenticeship Training Providers (RoATP).

There will be a maximum of 5 providers in each category. The top 5 scoring providers for each category will be successful. If there are not 5 providers who tender for a category the framework positions will be awarded to those who have bid if they meet all pass/fail requirements.

Organisations who are successful in being accepted onto the framework will then be invited to bid for apprenticeship training when the need is identified and a further stage of competition between providers in the appropriate categories will take place and a separate call off contract will be entered into. This will be governed by the terms and conditions included in the tender documentation. If there is only one provider in a category there will still be a requirement for that organisation to bid for call off contracts. Further competition bids should be in line with the tenders submitted in applying for this framework, particularly regarding value for money. Further competition Bids will be considered based upon price as well as value for money, availability, delivery methods, location of delivery, flexibility and convenience and the support of learners' specific needs or requirements.

This framework will be available for use by any other local authority, public sector body, education provider (i.e. schools, academies, multi academy trusts, FE and HE) in England.

Shropshire Council also intend to set up an Apprenticeship Matching Service to its partners and other public sector/education organisations. This will enable the council to provide advice and guidance on matching providers on our framework with apprenticeship needs and the council will charge an administrative fee for doing so.

Shropshire Council reserves the right to remove any provider from the framework if the provider fails to provide value for money or quality delivery, or is removed from the Register of Apprenticeship Training Providers (RoATP).

We are looking to contract with providers on the framework for an initial period of one year with the option for extension of further 12 month periods up to a total maximum period of 4 years commencing on 1.4.2017.

Please see description at Description Lot No 1 II.2.4

We are unable to estimate the value of individual lots.

Environmental issues consultancy services

Shropshire Council | Published January 20, 2017
Winner
Shield On-Site Services Ltd
cpvs
90713000

This is an award notice for an Asbestos Consultancy Services contract.

The fixed price Contract will be for a period of up to 4 years commencing on 1.4.2017.

This is an award notice for an Asbestos Consultancy Services contract. The contract shall comprise of Asbestos Consultancy Services at approximately 300 premises which the Council has control over, typically schools, libraries, offices, fire stations, workshops, small holdings and care homes, located throughout Shropshire and at approximately 4 000 domestic premises, including communal areas and garages, which the Council has control over, all located throughout Shropshire.

It shall further comprise the provision of a 24 hour 365 day a year out of hours service for asbestos sampling and reassurance air testing.

The fixed price Contract is for a period of up to 4 years commencing on 1.4.2017.

Environmental issues consultancy services

Shropshire Council | Published September 20, 2016  -  Deadline October 20, 2016
cpvs
90713000

Shropshire Council intends to set up an Asbestos Consultancy Services contract.
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