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Airside Land Development at Larnaka Airport

Hermes Airports Ltd | Published January 13, 2017  -  Deadline February 28, 2017
cpvs
63731000

The Requestor is seeking Proposals from interested parties for the development of the airside land area (5 000 m²) at Larnaka International Airport. Proposals should capitalize on the strategic location of the Site through the development of a quality project which is compatible with the airport activities. The Requestor will not provide any funding of its own to the Project. An attractive Proposal will, inter alia, minimize risks whilst maximizing financial benefit to the Requestor. All proposals should incorporate the right to use the land for project(s) up to 30 years from the commencement date. Proposals should incorporate principles of sustainable development, maximise the dwelling yield of the airport land, and capitalise on the major site features. It would be beneficial for proposed developments or land use to be compatible with the existing airports' facilities and not to compromise in any way their core operational functions.

Health services

Ministry of Defence, C&C, Other | Published February 7, 2017  -  Deadline March 9, 2017
cpvs
85100000, 85110000

The provision of (or access to) effective, safe and efficient SHC to the entitled and eligible population (this is inclusive of military personnel, civil servants, certain contractors and dependants). The SHC service must meet acceptable clinical standards when benchmarked against UK NHS and the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) guidelines and practices. The costs of such healthcare must provide Value for Money (VfM) and remain sufficiently agile to incorporate change without compromising the quality of care or financial effectiveness.

Requirement. The provision of (or access to) effective, safe and efficient SHC to the entitled and eligible population (this is inclusive of military personnel, civil servants, certain contractors and dependants). The SHC service must meet acceptable clinical standards when benchmarked against UK NHS and the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) guidelines and practices. The costs of such healthcare must provide Value for Money (VfM) and remain sufficiently agile to incorporate change without compromising the quality of care or financial effectiveness.

Clinical Activity. Clinical activity indicates that on an annual basis the future contractor must be able to resource a minimum of 4 000 outpatient appointments and 1 200 inpatient procedures across a full range of clinical specialities and must also be able to support circa 150 births per year. Radiological demands require MRI, CT, X-Ray Mammogram, Ultra Sound and Osteoporosis scans to be provided (circa 3 000 per year), along with a significant burden of laboratory tests (circa 28 000 per year).

Timing. The new contract will commence on 1.4.2018 on expiry of the current SHC contract.

Population Size. The current entitled and eligible population of BFC (including Sovereign Base Area Administration and certain contractor staff) is circa 8 000. The population is split between the Eastern Sovereign Base Area (ESBA — circa 3 000 personnel) and the Western Sovereign Base Area (WSBA — circa 5 000 personnel). The size of the population is subject to variation throughout the duration of the contract, and bidders should be aware that their submission will need to account for any possible variation in population size during the contract term.

Bidders. Bidders will be expected to demonstrate that their proposals are flexible, sustainable, and will continue to deliver value for money to the Contracting Authority throughout the period of the contract, taking into account potential variations in population size. Interested parties must demonstrate their ability to carry out the full scope of the requirement.

The new SHC contract will be a re-let of the current contract for SCH services which is due to expire on 31.3.2018. Bidders should therefore consider whether any TUPE (or equivalent) implications will arise.

Procurement Process. Bidders should note that given the nature of the SHC services, this procurement is one to which Section 7 (Regulations 74-76) of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 will apply. The SHC contract will be awarded without further publication and interested bidders are invited to express their interest in writing to the Contracting Authority at the abovementioned address. The Contracting Authority anticipates inviting no more than 5 companies to tender. A Pre-Qualification (PQQ) exercise will be undertaken to determine the capability of potential bidders. Those companies who meet the minimum selection criteria as stated within the PQQ will be invited to tender against the requirement. The Contracting Authority intends using a procurement process akin to the Competitive with Negotiation procedure. The procedure will be set out in the procurement documents.

Bidders should note that the Contracting Authority has the need for greater transparency across its operations to enable it to hold public bodies to account. All Bidders should be aware that if they are awarded the new SHC contract, the contract (and all preceding related tender documentation) between the bidder and the Contracting Authority shall be published. In limited circumstances, certain information may be redacted from documents prior to publication.

Duration. Any resultant contract duration will be for a minimum of 4 years, with the option to further extend as declared below.

Provision of Secondary Healthcare Services to British Force Cyprus (BFC)

Ministry of Defence, C&C, Other | Published February 6, 2017  -  Deadline March 9, 2017
cpvs
85100000

The provision of (or access to) effective, safe and efficient SHC to the entitled and eligible population (this is inclusive of military personnel, civil servants, certain contractors and dependents). The SHC service must meet acceptable clinical standards when benchmarked against UK NHS and the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) guidelines and practices. The costs of such healthcare must provide Value for Money (VfM) and remain sufficiently agile to incorporate change without compromising the quality of care or financial effectiveness.
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