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The Provision of a Virtual Learning Environment for The University of Winchester

The University of Winchester | Published April 6, 2016
cpvs
48190000

The purpose of the tender is to provide a transparent and open procedure for suppliers. The University of Winchester is reviewing its current Virtual Learning Environment provider and wishes to clearly articulate the criteria as part of a public procurement process. The University has made the decision to review its provider based on the growing needs of our institution and to ensure we are meeting the expectations of students. This is also part of the strategic mission of the University over the next 5 years.

The University reserves the right to terminate this tender at any stage of the process if it deems necessary.

The Provision of a Virtual Learning Environment for The University of Winchester.

The University of Winchester | Published December 3, 2015  -  Deadline January 7, 2016
cpvs
48190000

The purpose of the tender is to provide a transparent and open procedure for suppliers. The University of Winchester is reviewing its current Virtual Learning Environment provider and wishes to clearly articulate the criteria as part of a public procurement process. The university has made the decision to review its provider based on the growing needs of our provision and to ensure we are meeting the expectations of students. This is also part of the strategic mission of the university over the next 5 years. The university reserves the right to terminate this tender at any stage of the process if it deems necessary.

The Provision of a Virtual Learning Environment for The University of Winchester.

University of Winchester | Published December 3, 2015  -  Deadline December 15, 2015
cpvs
48190000

The purpose of the tender is to provide a transparent and open procedure for suppliers. The University of Winchester is reviewing its current Virtual Learning Environment provider and wishes to clearly articulate the criteria as part of a public procurement process. The university has made the decision to review its provider based on the growing needs of our provision and to ensure we are meeting the expectations of students. This is also part of the strategic mission of the university over the next 5 years. The university reserves the right to terminate this tender at any stage of the process if it deems necessary.

Social work services with accommodation

Hampshire County Council | Published October 11, 2016  -  Deadline November 11, 2016
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85311000, 85311300

Parent & Child placements: Placements for a parent or parents who need extra support to care for their child or children. The parent (or parents) are given opportunities to develop their confidence and parenting skills in a family environment.

Financial support for the Station Approach Project, Winchester

 | Published April 8, 2016  -  Deadline April 20, 2016
cpvs
66000000

Station Approach is a development project to revitalise the area of Winchester between the Cattlemarket and the railway station. The Vision for Winchester and Local Plan Part 1 identify the area around Winchester railway station as lending itself to development to provide a new area of commercial, office, residential and retail space to strengthen Winchester’s economy and enhance the local environment. The area in question has been informally christened ‘Station Approach’ and includes the old Carfax site (including the former registry office building), the current Cattlemarket car park and it also incorporates the area of public realm between the two sites. An economic appraisal and a financial appraisal of the options are required for the Carfax site (the Cattlemarket site may follow later if needed).

Inpatient Detox Services.

Hampshire County Council | Published May 12, 2015
Winner
Solent NHS Trust
cpvs
85000000

The aim of this Service Specification is to set out The Commissioners requirements of the Provider(s) to deliver a structured adult alcohol and drug inpatient detoxification service which, operating as an integral element of the Hampshire Operational Model for Effective Recovery (HOMER) treatment system and through the provision of evidence-based clinical, pharmacological and psycholosocial interventions, will enhance the Recovery Capital of individuals suffering from alcohol and/or dependency and effectively support their Recovery from physiological and psychological dependence upon their substance of misuse. The aims of in-patient programmes are to provide a safe, specialised unit for people with drug and alcohol misuse problems, allowing medically supervised assessment, stabilisation and withdrawal with 24-hour medical cover. The programme is intended for those whose needs require supervision in a controlled medical environment.

Social work services with accommodation

Hampshire County Council | Published March 31, 2017
Winner
Fostering Solutions Ltd
cpvs
85311000, 85311300

Hampshire County Council invites experienced, quality Independent Fostering Agencies to tender for the delivery of standard foster placements and parent and child placements.

The Council's commissioning strategy for children and family placements is to establish targeted contracts with a limited number of providers to build more effective relationships.

This tender is for a Framework with 2 lots: Lot 1, standard placements including respite, and Lot 2, parent and child placements. We will be awarding a Framework Agreement to multiple providers across both lots. The Framework Agreement duration will be four years from 1.4.2017 until 31.3.2021.

Independent Fostering Agencies should register their interest in the project via the In-Tend website https://in-tendhost.co.uk/hampshire and complete and submit the tender return document together with any supporting information requested by 14:00 on 11.11.2016.

Standard Foster placements including respite; Standard foster placements are for children who do not present with complex or challenging needs and behaviours. It is possible they have experienced placement breakdowns as well as abuse, neglect and loss and may demonstrate some low level offending and/or challenging behaviours. Some children with disabilities and/or health needs may also require standard foster placements.

Parent and Child placements: Placements for a parent or parents who need extra support to care for their child or children. The parent (or parents) are given opportunities to develop their confidence and parenting skills in a family environment.

Social work and related services

Hampshire County Council | Published May 24, 2017  -  Deadline June 29, 2017
cpvs
85300000

Hampshire County Council invite suitably experienced providers to tender for the provision of a wholly new service to provide social care support to up to 8 people with Prader-Willi Syndrome or complex Learning Disabilities within a Supported Living Environment. Accommodation will include self-contained flat-lets with communal kitchen / dining facilities. The service will support individuals in the management of their weight, nutritional and dietary requirements, besides the physical health conditions, learning disabilities and behavioural support requirements associated with Prader-Willi Syndrome and / or complex learning disabilities. The contract term will be for 3 years, with the option at the Council's sole discretion to extend the contract for a period not exceeding four year(s) in total, in two year extension periods (2+2). The service will provide up to 525 hours of day time support per week, with additional sleep-in or waking night support where assessed as necessary.

This is a procurement for a wholly new service, supporting up to 8 individuals through the provision of social care services, aimed at enabling service users to maintain their health and well-being whilst maximising their exercise of choice and control within a Supported Living environment. Service users will mainly consist of people who experience Prader-Willi Syndrome, but may include others that do not, but who have complex learning disabilities. The service will be focussed on enabling service users to experience a healthy and fulfilling life whilst providing structured support to enable them to manage their weight (where necessary promoting weight loss) and dietary nutritional intake, encouraging exercise and activity, reducing service users' risk of developing long term health conditions, encouraging service users to access the community (including through securing employment) and supporting the development of their role as active citizens. The service also aims to enable service users to live nearer their families: Enabling service users to engage with their families will be an important aspect of service delivery. The service will work to establish, maintain and promote partnership working between the service provider, service users and their families to enable families' constructive engagement with the service and their understanding of service users' needs. It is an expectation that the service provider will work to promote service users' independence and enablement including through positive risk taking and the use of assistive technology. It is an expectation that the service provider will ensure that staff working in the service are provided with the necessary training to have knowledge and understanding of Prader-Willi Syndrome (PWS) and the associated health conditions (e.g. such as Diabetes) that service users may experience. It is an expectation that the service provider will ensure staff are trained in positive behavioural support approaches, that staff understand these approaches and know how to apply them as their application will be a key feature of support delivery. The service provider will be expected to engage with organisations specialising in Prader-Willi Syndrome to maintain awareness of research developments and associated best practice in the field of care and support provision to people with Prader-Willi Syndrome. The contract will be for an initial term of 3 (three) years with an option (at the sole discretion of Hampshire County Council) to extend the contract for up to a further 4 years through two-yearly contract extensions (2+2). The service will provide up to 525 hours of day time support each week, with additional waking night and / or sleep-in support where this is assessed as necessary. The Service Provider, in accordance with the Health and Social Care Act (2008) Regulated Activities Regulations (2014), must have valid registration with the Care Quality Commission (CQC) for the function: Personal Care that can be delivered in a person's home. Tenderers will need to submit a valid certificate from CQC detailing their registered regulated activity regarding this function.

Buller Apartments

HAMPSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL | Published September 6, 2016
Winner
The You Trust
cpvs
85300000

This Contract Notice is for the purpose of Transparency only. This opportunity was open to those providers approved on the Hampshire Framework for Shared Living and Learning Disability Support. Buller Apartments comprises of 9 supported living units, the service enables tenants to experience independent living in their own environment whilst maintaining an appropriate level of support to develop their independent living skills. This contract will deliver generic support work focused on enabling the people supported, maximising opportunities for the people supported to be actively involved in all aspects of their life, promoting a culture of just enough support. The contract has the option to be extended for two years plus a further two years making a total of 7 years (3+2+2). The highest contract value figure of £896,988 shown is for the maximum contract period should all the options to extend the contract be taken up.

Hampshire Prader-Willi and Specialist Learning Disability Support Service.

Hampshire County Council | Published September 21, 2017
cpvs
85300000

Provision of a wholly new service to provide social care support to up to 8 people with Prader-Willi Syndrome or complex Learning Disabilities within a Supported Living Environment. Accommodation will include self-contained flat-lets with communal kitchen / dining facilities. The service will support individuals in the management of their weight, nutritional and dietary requirements, besides physical health conditions, learning disabilities and behavioural, support requirements associated with Prader-Willi Syndrome and / or complex learning disabilities. The contract term will be for 3 years, with the option at the Council's sole discretion to extend the contract for a period not exceeding four year(s) in total, in 2 year extension periods (2+2). The service will provide up to 525 hours of day time support per week, with additional sleep-in or waking night support where assessed as necessary. II.1.6) Information about lots This contract is divided into lots: No II.1.7) Total value of the procurement Value excluding VAT: 3 423 189.00 GBP II.2) Description II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 85300000 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKJ3 UKJ36 Main site or place of performance: Winchester in Central Hampshire, England, UK. II.2.4) Description of the procurement As Section II.1.4). above: This is a procurement for a wholly new service supporting to up to 8 individuals through the provision of social care services to people with Prader-Willi Syndrome or complex Learning Disabilities within a Supported Living Environment. Accommodation in the form of self-contained flat-lets with communal kitchen / dining facilities. The service will support individuals in the management of their weight, nutritional and dietary requirements, besides physical health conditions, learning disabilities and behavioural, support requirements associated with Prader-Willi Syndrome and / or complex learning disabilities. The contract term will be for 3 years, with the option at the Council's sole discretion to extend the contract for a period not exceeding four year(s) in total, in 2 year extension periods (2+2). The service will provide up to 525 hours of day time support per week, with additional sleep-in or waking night support where assessed as necessary. II.2.5) Award criteria Quality criterion: Quality weighting = 80 %, made up of the following quality criterion: / Weighting: 80 % Quality criterion: Social inclusion (12 % of the quality weighting) / Weighting: 9.6 % Quality criterion: Training (20 % of the quality weighting) / Weighting: 16.0 % Quality criterion: Management of service (18 % of the quality weighting) / Weighting: 14.4 % Quality criterion: Choice and control within supported living (25 % of the quality weighting) / Weighting: 20.0 % Quality criterion: Assessment and care planning (10 % of the quality weighting) / Weighting: 8.0 % Quality criterion: Managing behaviour (15 % of quality weighting) / Weighting: 12.0 % Price / Weighting: 20 % II.2.11) Information about options Options: Yes Description of options: There is the option, at the Council's sole discretion, to extend the contract beyond the initial 3 year term for a period not exceeding 4 year(s) in total, in 2 year extension periods (2+2). II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: No Section IV: Procedure IV.1) Description IV.1.1) Type of procedure Open procedure IV.1.8) Information about Government Procurement Agreement (GPA) The procurement is covered by the Government Procurement Agreement: No IV.2) Administrative information IV.2.1) Previous publication concerning this procedure Notice number in the OJ S: 2017/S 099-196044 Section V: Award of contract A contract/lot is awarded: Yes V.2 Award of contract V.2.1) Date of conclusion of the contract 13/09/2017 V.2.2) Information about tenders Number of tenders received: 4 The contract has been awarded to a group of economic operators: No V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Consensus Community Support Limited Bradbury House, 830 The Crescent Colchester CO4 9YQ UK NUTS: UKH3 The contractor is an SME: No V.2.4) Information on value of the contract/lot (excluding VAT) Total value of the contract/lot: 3 423 189.00 GBP V.2.5) Information about subcontracting Section VI: Complementary information VI.4) Procedures for review VI.4.1) Review body Hampshire County Council The Castle, Hants Winchester SO23 8UJ UK VI.4.3) Review procedure Precise information on deadline(s) for review procedures: As set out in the Public Contracts Directive 2014/24/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council. VI.5) Date of dispatch of this notice 19/09/2017 Information added to the notice since publication. Additional information added to the notice since it's publication. No further information has been uploaded. Main Contact: simon.crouch@hants.gov.uk Admin Contact: N/a Technical Contact: N/a Other Contact: N/a Commodity Categories Commodity Categories IDTitleParent Category 85300000Social work and related servicesHealth and social work services Delivery Locations Delivery Locations IDDescription 100UK - All Alert Region Restrictions The buyer has restricted the alert for this notice to suppliers based in the following regions. Alert Region Restrictions There are no alert restrictions for this notice. Copyright © Sell2Wales Connect with us Email signup Subscribe to our email newsletter Subscribe Call us on 0800 222 9004 Accessibility| Privacy Policy & Cookies| Site map| Terms & Conditions| © Millstream Associates Limited 2017 //

AS10235 Hampshire Prader-Willi & Specialist Learning Disability Support

HAMPSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL | Published May 26, 2017  -  Deadline June 30, 2017
cpvs
85300000

This notice of contract opportunity is for the purpose of transparency and applies to the procurement of a contract for social care provision (within a supported living environment) to people with Prader-Willi syndrome and complex learning disabilities - as tendered through the procurement exercise AS10235 Hampshire Prader-Willi & Specialist Learning Disability Support. The service will be located in Winchester in central Hampshire and have a contracted capacity of 8 units.The service will support individuals in the management of their weight, nutritional and dietary requirements, as well as with the physical health conditions, learning disabilities and behavioural support requirements associated with Prader-Willi Syndrome. Most, if not all, service users are expected to be individuals with Prader-Willi Syndrome. It is possible that the service will also support individuals who do not have Prader-Willi Syndrome but who do have complex learning disabilities. The service aims to enable individuals who have moved out of Hampshire to return to the County to live nearer their families. The service also aims to prevent reliance on individuals having to access out of county placements in the future.Traditionally people with Prader-Willi Syndrome have had their needs met in residential care accommodation. This new service will offer care and support to people in a supported living setting, where individuals will hold their own tenancies. The project will involve working effectively with individuals, their families and current providers to enable individuals to transition into the scheme, as well as developing and maintaining other partnerships with relevant agencies and community resources as required. There will be a strong emphasis in the service of recognising individuals' strengths, promoting independence, healthy lifestyles, active citizenship, community presence, and positive risk taking. It is anticipated that the scheme will open during October 2017 and be operating at full, or near to full, capacity by the end of January 2018. The initial contract term is for a maximum of 3 years with an option to extend for up to a further 4 years through two-yearly contract extensions (2+2). The maximum annual budget available for the service will be up to £518,460 per annum. Organisations interested in being considered for this opportunity will be required to register with and apply through Hampshire County Council's online tendering opportunities portal: https://in-tendhost.co.uk/hampshire/ . Expressions of interest for AS10235 Hampshire Prader-Willi & Specialist Learning Disability Support Service must be made using In-Tend from Friday 26th May 2017 with a deadline for submissions of 2.00pm, Friday 30th June 2017

Tender for the Provision of Security Services - AWARD

University of Southampton | Published September 13, 2017  -  Deadline April 19, 2017
Winner
Securitas Security Services (UK) Limited
cpvs
79713000

The University's Security Service operates 24 hours 365 day a year available to assist students, staff and visitors on any security related issue. The purpose of this contract is for the University to partner with a Contractor who will be able to supplement the existing internal capability with additional resources or specialist support in order to provide a professionally managed, high quality security and guarding service that complies with all legislation governing the security industry and enforcing the University's security policy. The University seeks a Contractor who can demonstrate a high level of understanding of the Higher Education sector and the unique requirements thereof. They must be capable of working as part of a joined up team, able to contribute to developing solutions that meet the University's requirements and be committed to collaborating on problem-solving should any issues arise. The aim of the University's Security Service is to: Prevent unauthorised access to University premises. Protect life and limb of all persons on the premises. Protect University property and all other property on University premises. Protect confidential and sensitive information. Maintain a level of security consistent with the academic freedom in an environment of learning. It will be role of the successful Contractor to support the University in meeting these aims and to commit to a culture of continuous improvement over the term of the contract. There should be a clear and comprehensive pricing mechanism to help identify cost savings over the term of the contract. Retaining this transparency will be absolutely critical to validating costs and charges (even to the extent of third party costs that are being passed on). The Service: The Contractor's duties shall include, but not be limited to: Internal and external patrolling (day and night), including static guarding and provision of a visual deterrent. Access control (day and night). Provide reception and concierge services Incident management and emergency response, including but not limited to fire alarms, evacuations and first aid. Supervise vehicles and parking regulations on premises as required. Operating security equipment, including CCTV, radios, and alarm systems. Customer service and responding to requests for assistance. Incident management, including the management of protest activity. Escorting and chaperoning VIPs and visitors. Participation in emergency evacuations and investigate the causes of alarm activations. Reporting and, where possible preventing, health and safety hazards and providing first aid assistance. The contract term will comprise of an initial period of 3 years with an option to extend by a further 2 years [3 + 2 years], subject to satisfactory performance. The procurement process will run in 2 stages: Stage 1 - Pre-Qualification stage: an overall pass ma...

Architectural services for Station Approach Regeneration Project.

Winchester City Council | Published October 21, 2015  -  Deadline November 18, 2015
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71221000, 71222000, 71241000, 71242000, 71245000, 71247000, 71251000, 71248000

Winchester City Council (‘the Council’) is inviting expressions of interest from suitably qualified and experienced architects in relation to entering into a form of appointment (the ‘Appointment’) to provide architectural design and related services for a commercial and residential property development at Station Approach as described further below (‘the Project’). The Council is working in partnership with key stakeholders on plans to enhance the Station Approach area of Winchester (the ‘Development’). The aim of the Development is to realise the area's potential, both in relation to the city's economy and its role as a gateway. If it is successful, the Development could have a positive impact on the economy and environment of the city as a whole. It should provide a new and improved public realm with better walking and cycling links for people who live and work in the area, or who move through it. The Development is an important key location in the Council's ‘Vision for Winchester’ document. A successful outcome of the regeneration of the area would be the creation of commercially successful developments; a distinctive local character respecting the best of the neighbouring areas, and an improvement in the connectivity between the emerging suburb of Barton Farm, the historic area of Hyde, the station and the town centre. As part of the Development, the Council is seeking to redevelop two key sites at Carfax and Cattlemarket as well as seeking to enhance and develop the public realm and transport links throughout the area. The Carfax and Cattlemarket sites are two key parcels of land within the area which are both owned by the Council and in excellent sustainable locations, offering the potential for creating innovative and attractive designs and public realm improvements (which are subject to a separate financial bid to the Local Enterprise Partnership) and much needed commercial and housing development, together with car parking and financial returns. The development of these sites is seen as both an objective in itself and as a catalyst for other improvements to public and private interests in the area. The Council is seeking high quality contemporary designs for both sites in the Project for a mixed use commercial, housing, parking and a small amount of retail development which blends and complements its surroundings and which also investigate opportunities in the area to improve the public realm and accessibility to the sites. The successful architect's designs will place sustainability and sustainable practices at the heart of the project design, construction and future operation. Given the estimated budget for the Project, the Council is keen to ensure that the successful design is in keeping with its surroundings and the heritage element of Winchester and the environs, as well as within budget. It is crucial that any design submitted is not only buildable but also financially viable. It is envisaged that the Development will be taken forward in phases, starting with the Carfax site. However, shortlisted tenderers will be required to provide an analysis of how the requirements of the Design Brief can be achieved across the Carfax and Cattlemarket sites and from this analysis produce a more detailed design proposal for the Carfax site. Proposals for improvements to the public realm and connectivity in the area will also be required as part of these submissions. The successful architect will be appointed to take forward and develop the Carfax design to planning application stage and to develop the public realm proposals into a strategic document to inform investment and planning decisions. The Council has not decided whether it will undertake the development of the Carfax site itself or whether it will procure a third party development partner. In the event that a third party development partner is selected, and planning consent is secured, the Council intends to novate the architect's Appointment to the third party development partner, and the architect will be required to carry out the design work for the Carfax site through to the construction stage. The successful architect will enter into a bespoke form of Appointment with the Council for the duration of the Project. The form of Appointment will be set out in the tender documents. The architect's performance will be measured against agreed Key Performance Indicators (‘KPIs’) which will be set out in the Appointment. Following satisfactory performance by the architect against the KPIs for the Carfax site, the Council will have an option at its sole discretion to extend the Appointment to include the design for the Cattlemarket site up to concept design stage. In the event that the Council extends the Appointment to include the Cattlemarket site and appoints a third party development partner for that site, the architect will be required to carry out the design work for the Cattlemarket site through to the construction stage. Applicants responding to this Notice will be asked to complete a Pre-Qualification Questionnaire (‘PQQ’), which will be assessed according to the objective criteria set out in the PQQ. The Council will prepare a short-list of Applicants, who will be invited to submit Outline Solutions and enter into Dialogue with the Council. The purpose of the Dialogue is for the Council to discuss solutions proposed by Participants for the delivery of the Project. Participants will then be asked to submit Best and Final Solutions including final designs for the Project. Best and Final Offer design submissions that are assessed as being financially viable will be assessed by a Jury via a Design Contest run in accordance with Regulations 78-82 of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015. Each Participant who submits a design in the Design Contest will be paid an honorarium by the Council comprising a fixed sum of 15 000 GBP per Participant. The Project will be awarded to the Participant who submits the most economically advantageous solution, based on the objective criteria set out in the Best and Final Offer tender documents. The estimated duration of the Project will be approximately two years for the Carfax site and up to 4 years if the Council opts to extend the Appointment to include the Cattlemarket site.

Architectural services for Station Approach Regeneration Project.

Winchester City Council | Published October 21, 2015  -  Deadline November 11, 2015
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71221000, 71222000, 71241000, 71242000, 71245000, 71247000, 71251000, 71248000

Winchester City Council (‘the Council’) is inviting expressions of interest from suitably qualified and experienced architects in relation to entering into a form of appointment (the ‘Appointment’) to provide architectural design and related services for a commercial and residential property development at Station Approach as described further below (‘the Project’). The Council is working in partnership with key stakeholders on plans to enhance the Station Approach area of Winchester (the ‘Development’). The aim of the Development is to realise the area's potential, both in relation to the city's economy and its role as a gateway. If it is successful, the Development could have a positive impact on the economy and environment of the city as a whole. It should provide a new and improved public realm with better walking and cycling links for people who live and work in the area, or who move through it. The Development is an important key location in the Council's ‘Vision for Winchester’ document. A successful outcome of the regeneration of the area would be the creation of commercially successful developments; a distinctive local character respecting the best of the neighbouring areas, and an improvement in the connectivity between the emerging suburb of Barton Farm, the historic area of Hyde, the station and the town centre. As part of the Development, the Council is seeking to redevelop two key sites at Carfax and Cattlemarket as well as seeking to enhance and develop the public realm and transport links throughout the area. The Carfax and Cattlemarket sites are two key parcels of land within the area which are both owned by the Council and in excellent sustainable locations, offering the potential for creating innovative and attractive designs and public realm improvements (which are subject to a separate financial bid to the Local Enterprise Partnership) and much needed commercial and housing development, together with car parking and financial returns. The development of these sites is seen as both an objective in itself and as a catalyst for other improvements to public and private interests in the area. The Council is seeking high quality contemporary designs for both sites in the Project for a mixed use commercial, housing, parking and a small amount of retail development which blends and complements its surroundings and which also investigate opportunities in the area to improve the public realm and accessibility to the sites. The successful architect's designs will place sustainability and sustainable practices at the heart of the project design, construction and future operation. Given the estimated budget for the Project, the Council is keen to ensure that the successful design is in keeping with its surroundings and the heritage element of Winchester and the environs, as well as within budget. It is crucial that any design submitted is not only buildable but also financially viable. It is envisaged that the Development will be taken forward in phases, starting with the Carfax site. However, shortlisted tenderers will be required to provide an analysis of how the requirements of the Design Brief can be achieved across the Carfax and Cattlemarket sites and from this analysis produce a more detailed design proposal for the Carfax site. Proposals for improvements to the public realm and connectivity in the area will also be required as part of these submissions. The successful architect will be appointed to take forward and develop the Carfax design to planning application stage and to develop the public realm proposals into a strategic document to inform investment and planning decisions. The Council has not decided whether it will undertake the development of the Carfax site itself or whether it will procure a third party development partner. In the event that a third party development partner is selected, and planning consent is secured, the Council intends to novate the architect's Appointment to the third party development partner, and the architect will be required to carry out the design work for the Carfax site through to the construction stage. The successful architect will enter into a bespoke form of Appointment with the Council for the duration of the Project. The form of Appointment will be set out in the tender documents. The architect's performance will be measured against agreed Key Performance Indicators (‘KPIs’) which will be set out in the Appointment. Following satisfactory performance by the architect against the KPIs for the Carfax site, the Council will have an option at its sole discretion to extend the Appointment to include the design for the Cattlemarket site up to concept design stage. In the event that the Council extends the Appointment to include the Cattlemarket site and appoints a third party development partner for that site, the architect will be required to carry out the design work for the Cattlemarket site through to the construction stage. Applicants responding to this Notice will be asked to complete a Pre-Qualification Questionnaire (‘PQQ’), which will be assessed according to the objective criteria set out in the PQQ. The Council will prepare a short-list of Applicants, who will be invited to submit Outline Solutions and enter into Dialogue with the Council. The purpose of the Dialogue is for the Council to discuss solutions proposed by Participants for the delivery of the Project. Participants will then be asked to submit Best and Final Solutions including final designs for the Project. Best and Final Offer design submissions that are assessed as being financially viable will be assessed by a Jury via a Design Contest run in accordance with Regulations 78-82 of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015. Each Participant who submits a design in the Design Contest will be paid an honorarium by the Council comprising a fixed sum of 15 000 GBP per Participant. The Project will be awarded to the Participant who submits the most economically advantageous solution, based on the objective criteria set out in the Best and Final Offer tender documents. The estimated duration of the Project will be approximately two years for the Carfax site and up to 4 years if the Council opts to extend the Appointment to include the Cattlemarket site.

Dynamic Purchasing System for the provision of Transportation 16 seats and less. Gate 15.

Hampshire County Council | Published July 4, 2015  -  Deadline July 15, 2015
cpvs
60100000

Dynamic Purchasing System for transportation in vehicles 16 seats and less in the towns and environments of the area of Hampshire for education, social care, community, general transport and taxi services.

Dynamic Purchasing System for the provision of Transportation 16 seats and less. Gate 14.

Hampshire County Council | Published April 21, 2015  -  Deadline April 30, 2015
cpvs
60100000

Dynamic Purchasing System for transportation in vehicles 16 seats and less in the towns and environments of the area of Hampshire for education, social care, community, general transport and taxi services.

Dynamic Purchasing System for the provision of Transportation 16 seats and less. Gate 12.

Hampshire County Council | Published November 1, 2014  -  Deadline November 13, 2014
cpvs
60100000

Dynamic Purchasing System for transportation in vehicles 16 seats and less in the towns and environments of the area of Hampshire for education, social care, community, general transport and taxi services.

Dynamic Purchasing System for the provision of Transportation 16 seats and less. Gate 13.

Hampshire County Council | Published January 17, 2015  -  Deadline January 30, 2015
cpvs
60100000

Dynamic Purchasing System for transportation in vehicles 16 seats and less in the towns and environments of the area of Hampshire for education, social care, community, general transport and taxi services. This includes a mini competition (March 2014) for the operation of a Wheels to Work moped loan scheme across four districts in Hampshire, designed for people who don't have access to public or private transport to get them to a job, vocational training, or attend interviews. The value for this contract will be up to 542 000 GBP over the 6 year term.

The supply of decanting (Removals) and Environmental Disposal.

Hampshire County Council | Published September 23, 2015
Winner
Pickfords, MJF Business Services Ltd, Johnson Busness Moves, Pickfords Business Solutions, MJF Business Solutions, Leatherbarrows Removals and Storage Ltd
cpvs
63121100, 63121000, 60183000, 60182000

The supply of Decanting (Removals) and Environmental Disposal to Hampshire County council other members of the CBC and other contracting authorities.

The supply and installation of Decanting (Removals) and Environmental Disposal to Hampshire County C

Hampshire County Council | Published March 6, 2015  -  Deadline April 20, 2015
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The supply and installation of Decanting (Removals) and Environmental Disposal to Hampshire County Council other members of the central buying consortium and other contracting authorities.