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Repair and maintenance services of building installations

Torbay Council | Published October 21, 2016  -  Deadline November 18, 2016
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50700000, 50800000

The Authority is seeking a Contractor to undertake electrical installation condition reports and upon request, any remedial or maintenance call-outs for the Tor Bay Harbour Authority. The Contractor must have experience of undertaking similar works in a marine-type environment.

Bidder Event — Management and Improvement of the Public Toilet Provision in Torbay.

Torbay Council | Published October 30, 2015
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90000000, 51000000, 65000000

Bidder Event — Management and Improvement of the Public Toilet Provision in Torbay date: Monday 7.12.2015 10:00 — 13:00 venue: Torbay Council, Town Hall, Torquay TQ1 3DR. The Authority is undertaking market research into the possible solutions and innovative ideas around the management and improvement of the public toilet provision in Torbay. The aim of this review is to come up with a business case for a proposal that can demonstrate cashable savings to the cost of the current service being provided. Information regarding the current public toilet provision within Torbay can be found at:http://www.torbay.gov.uk/index/yourbay/environment/streets/publictoiletsThis event is aimed at giving providers the opportunity to present and discuss their proposed solutions with the Project Board. Understanding that following this event, whatever way forward is decided will be subject to a public procurement tender process. To reserve your place, please either: Contact procurement.team@torbay.gov.uk Or Express an Interest on Pro Contract at www.supplyingthesouthwest.org.uk A timeslot will be allocated upon confirmation of your booking.

Fixed Wiring Inspections

Torbay Council | Published October 21, 2016  -  Deadline November 18, 2016
Winner
Havills Exhibitions Ltd
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71000000

The Authority is seeking a Contractor to undertake electrical installation condition reports and upon request, any remedial or maintenance call-outs for the Tor Bay Harbour Authority. The Contractor must have experience of undertaking similar works in a marine-type environment.

Bidder Event - Management and Improvement of Public Toilets in Torbay

Torbay Council | Published October 28, 2015  -  Deadline December 7, 2015
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51000000, 65000000, 90000000

Bidder Event – Management and Improvement of the Public Toilet Provision in Torbay DATE: Monday 7th December 2015 10:00 – 13:00 VENUE: Torbay Council, Town Hall, Torquay TQ1 3DR The Authority is undertaking market research into the possible solutions and innovative ideas around the management and improvement of the public toilet provision in Torbay. The aim of this review is to come up with a business case for a proposal that can demonstrate cashable savings to the cost of the current service being provided. Information regarding the current public toilet provision within Torbay can be found at: http://www.torbay.gov.uk/index/yourbay/environment/streets/publi ctoilets This event is aimed at giving providers the opportunity to present and discuss their proposed solutions with the Project Board. Understanding that following this event, whatever way forward is decided will be subject to a public procurement tender process. To reserve your place, please either: Contact procurement.team@torbay.gov.uk Or Express an Interest on Pro Contract at www.supplyingthesouthwest.org.uk A timeslot will be allocated upon confirmation of your booking.

Abandoned Vehicles

Torbay Council | Published February 8, 2017  -  Deadline February 21, 2017
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60000000

Under the Refuse Disposal (Amenity) Act 1978 and the Clean Neighbourhood and Environment Act 2005 the Authority has a responsibility to collect abandoned vehicles within its administrative area. Therefore the Authority is looking to re-tender a Contract to continue to provide this Abandoned Vehicle Service. The Service is required to cover the following: i. Collection of abandoned vehicles, including burnt out vehicles from within Torbay's administrative boundary ii. Storage and disposal of vehicles collected iii. Removal of vehicles from the highway for other activity iv. Removal and storage of vehicles parked on harbour land causing difficulty

Abandoned Vehicles

Torbay Council | Published May 2, 2017  -  Deadline February 21, 2017
Winner
Allparts (SW) Ltd
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60000000

Under the Refuse Disposal (Amenity) Act 1978 and the Clean Neighbourhood and Environment Act 2005 the Authority has a responsibility to collect abandoned vehicles within its administrative area. Therefore the Authority is looking to re-tender a Contract to continue to provide this Abandoned Vehicle Service. The Service is required to cover the following: i. Collection of abandoned vehicles, including burnt out vehicles from within Torbay's administrative boundary ii. Storage and disposal of vehicles collected iii. Removal of vehicles from the highway for other activity iv. Removal and storage of vehicles parked on harbour land causing difficulty

Fixed Penalty Notices Enforcement Services

Torbay Council | Published April 5, 2017  -  Deadline May 5, 2017
Winner
Contract not awarded
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90000000

In order to reduce anti-social behaviour, Torbay Council is seeking an appropriately qualified/accredited organisation which can provide uniformed enforcement officers and the necessary infrastructure to issue Fixed Penalty Notices (FPNs) on its behalf, to offenders who are seen breaking the Environmental Protection Act 1990, Clean Neighbourhoods and Environment Act 2005 and Anti-social Behaviour Crime and Policing Act 2014 in the streets, parks, beaches and open spaces within Torbay. It is anticipated that the successful applicant will be awarded a contract for the delivery of dedicated enforcement of street scene issues as outlined above, in the Torbay area. Please refer to the Tender documents, for full details of the requirements.

SDH132 — Provision of an Information Exchange and Clinical Viewer solution.

South Devon Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust | Published October 7, 2014
Winner
Intersystems CorporationIntersystems House, Tangier LaneEton SL4 6BB http://www.intersystems.co.uk/
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48211000, 48516000

In support of the Trust's strategic objectives and the national NHS England IT strategic objectives, South Devon Healthcare NHS Trust sought to procure and deploy a Health Information Exchange. The Information Exchange will be used to support the Trust's interactions with organisations in the local health economy, between systems inside the Trust and with national systems. The Trust's IT strategy focuses on using multiple heterogeneous systems procured according to a ‘best of breed’ approach as and when required. The need for information sharing between clinical systems means that the Trust requires an Information Exchange, based on multiple open interoperability standards. SDHCT provides a comprehensive range of acute healthcare services to a resident population of 280 000 and a service to an additional 100 000 holidaymakers who visit the region each year. The Trust operates Torbay Hospital, a medium-sized district general hospital on the outskirts of Torquay and a HIS (Health Informatics Service) for the South Devon Health Community. Patient information from the Acute Hospital Trust, and from GP systems and from the Community are within the scope of these requirements, as is access by clinical and non-clinical staff in all three areas of the same patient information. The viewer must support authorised access only and enable local configuration based on clinician role and facility/organisation. Phasing and usability need to allow for the following: The Trust plans to enable access in the first instance to five or six key systems, and over the next 3 years to add all key clinical systems to this environment. This access will enable viewing of historical and on-going transactions processed by the Trust's information exchange processor, and seamless secure access into the systems themselves. This type of access will take the user with the requisite access approvals directly into the patient context being reviewed. Phase 1 access should include laboratory results, radiology, operations notes and electronic document storage, in addition to alerts and demographic information. Access will be required both from PCs and laptops within the hospital environment, and from hand-held devices throughout the Community in hospitals, clinics and patients' homes. Easily readable screen layouts, ease of use and speed of retrieval are vital. About 1 000 users are likely to require access to the system 24/7 but this may expand throughout the contract to allow more users from different organisations to access the solution. In line with the Trust's IT strategy the goal of the information exchange is not to simply exchange information, but to allow the Trust to develop solutions to problems within the local health economy. It is critical, therefore, that the platform should support the following capabilities: Extendable, both technically and commercially. Supporting local and custom business processes Notify people and systems upon key events, in real time Business intelligence analysis over the population set covered by the Information Exchange. Additional requirements for the system design include: The chosen solution or solutions must be scalable or otherwise adaptable to meet the needs of a possible future enlarged Trust that may arise as a result of any local NHS reorganisation. The solution must be flexible in response to any future physical development of the Trust's estate which may impact the size or geographical spread of the Trust's premises. The solution must be capable of being hosted at the Trust's data centre. Finally, the Trust is seeking a well proven, established and coherent platform for their strategic Health-information Exchange. Specifically, as the Trust will run and manage the platform, the Trust do not wish to assume the risk of putting together a platform involving many suppliers unless that specific combination can be demonstrated by way of definitive comparable reference sites and the consortium are prepared to form a single legal entity prior to entering into the contract. The contract on offer is for the supply, installation and support of the system with an initial 10 year term with possible extension up to 20+ years in duration.

Architectural, construction, engineering and inspection services

Torbay and South Devon NHS Foundation Trust | Published November 11, 2017  -  Deadline December 18, 2017
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Torbay and South Devon NHS FT is seeking an innovative private sector partner (PSP) to establish a Strategic Estates Partnership (SEP) joint venture with the Trust. Aim of the SEP is to deliver physical facilities in support of the new model of care in the local health community. Physical facilities include Health, Social Care, General Practice, Voluntary Sector and possibly housing. The PSP will be required to provide strategic planning and advice on best use of Trust and local health community infrastructure and assets, and to design, finance and build projects to enhance the environment and deliver the new integrated model of care. Where best value to the Trust can be proved, the Trust will be open to consideration of schemes to maintain and operate such. The Trust is looking for affordable revenue rental models to support the co-location of shared services and through the imaginative use of Trust assets a return to the Trust which can be reinvested back in to core NHS services.

Torbay and South Devon NHS FT is seeking to select a private sector partner (PSP) to establish a Strategic Estates Partnership (SEP) joint venture with the Trust. Objective of the SEP is to make best use of the Trust's and potentially partners' large and diverse portfolio of property assets, some of which have been identified as surplus to requirements, which may be developed and or disposed of and any surplus reinvested in the partnership. The PSP may wish to explore the opportunities with the Trust's existing limited commercial company SDH Developments Ltd.

SEP key Objectives:

— Provision of commercial skills, expertise and capability to maximise value from the Trust's and other partners' (GPs and voluntary sector) estate.

— Securing finance for investment in infrastructure and new and existing buildings

— Delivery vehicle for the building, development and/or reconfiguration of existing and new facilities including but not limited to, community health and well-being centres, local housing development, care homes, community clinical hubs, new Hospital buildings and reduction in backlog maintenance.

— Property management expertise to include acquisition, marketing, disposal and rationalising leasehold

— Delivering cost effective partnership options to support affordable rental models for new facilities. Specifically to enable the shift from a general practice ownership model to a secure rental model as required.

— Creative use of the Trust's existing assets and services to generate best value for the public purse and a commercial return/income stream for the Trust and partners.

— Creation of a vibrant, appropriate, welcoming environment across all buildings and facilities.

Interested parties are expected to have broad sector experience of strategic estates development and be able to demonstrate examples of innovative and imaginative solutions across a diverse property portfolio including management of specialist supply-chains and arrangement of private financing and delivery of best value to the public purse within a partnership framework.

The scope of the SEP includes the planning and preparation of business cases for the investment and delivery of schemes, initiatives and activities relating to the clinical and non-clinical areas of the estate and related services.

This may include the development, design, financing, build and in exceptional cases where best value is proved the maintenance and operation. In addition the SEP may be asked to develop business cases which enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of Trust support functions.

A number of potential schemes have been identified(not an exhaustive list). These schemes may require additional ‘enabling’ schemes or activities.

Short/Medium term:

Development of community Health and Wellbeing Centres and new general practice accommodation within Torbay and South Devon — Commercial development of land and assets in the community owned by the Trust and possibly GPs but no longer required.

Asset disposal — Solutions to existing challenges and risks i.e. park and ride, backlog maintenance, staff accommodation etc. — New/updated theatre accommodation and plant on the Hospital site — New/updated Emergency Department accommodation on the hospital site — Private patient treatment unit/elective care centre

Medium/Long term;

New/updated inpatient ward facilities — Estate efficiency and utilisation — Commercial development of land and assets on the Hospital site owned by the Trust but no longer required.

Over the term of the SEP, the PSP and Trust with community partners will actively work to develop business cases which contribute to the Partnership's aims and objectives, are within the Partnership's guiding principles and compliant with any procurement regulations existing at the time. The SEP will be required to demonstrate value for money for all schemes and the PSP may be required to market test and/or procure the building, maintenance and operational elements of the schemes where these elements are included within this project scope.

Sewage, refuse, cleaning and environmental services

Torbay Council | Published January 19, 2017  -  Deadline February 15, 2017
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90000000, 75200000, 50760000, 98133100

The Authority provides, manages and maintains 30 public conveniences across Torbay. The Authority is seeking a long-term solution for the provision of such facilities as a discretionary area of work.

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