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BHCC HP Home Improvement Agency (2017).

Brighton and Hove City Council | Published April 22, 2017
Winner
Mears Home Improvement Limited
cpvs
85000000

The Council invites bidders to respond to this ITT for the provision of Home Improvement Agency (HIA) service for a contract operating within the City of Brighton & Hove for a term of 2 years and 10 months. The aim of the service is to provide vulnerable older people and disabled people living in the private sector with advice and support to evaluate their options with regard to their future housing. Where needed, the service will assist with referral on to the relevant services e.g. Housing Adaptations, Children's Disability services, or for Community Equipment and Minor Adaptations or to other support services such as independent financial advice.

BHCC HP Home Improvement Agency (2017)

Brighton and Hove City Council | Published February 11, 2017
cpvs
85000000

The Council invites bidders to respond to this ITT for the provision of Home Improvement Agency (HIA) service for a contract operating within the City of Brighton and Hove for a term of 2 years and 10 months.

The aim of the service is to provide vulnerable older people and disabled people living in the private sector with advice and support to evaluate their options with regard to their future housing. Where needed, the service will assist with referral on to the relevant services e.g. Housing Adaptations, Children's Disability services, or for Community Equipment and Minor Adaptations or to other support services such as independent financial advice.

BHCC HP Home Improvement Agency (2017)

Brighton and Hove City Council | Published February 11, 2017  -  Deadline March 13, 2017
cpvs
85000000

The Council invites bidders to respond to this ITT for the provision of Home Improvement Agency (HIA) service for a contract operating within the City of Brighton and Hove for a term of 2 years and 10 months.

The aim of the service is to provide vulnerable older people and disabled people living in the private sector with advice and support to evaluate their options with regard to their future housing. Where needed, the service will assist with referral on to the relevant services e.g. Housing Adaptations, Children's Disability services, or for Community Equipment and Minor Adaptations or to other support services such as independent financial advice.

BHCC HP Home Improvement Agency (2017)

Brighton and Hove City Council | Published April 22, 2017
Winner
Mears Home Improvement Limited
cpvs
85000000

The Council invites bidders to respond to this ITT for the provision of Home Improvement Agency (HIA) service for a contract operating within the City of Brighton & Hove for a term of 2 years and 10 months.

The aim of the service is to provide vulnerable older people and disabled people living in the private sector with advice and support to evaluate their options with regard to their future housing. Where needed, the service will assist with referral on to the relevant services e.g. Housing Adaptations, Children's Disability services, or for Community Equipment and Minor Adaptations or to other support services such as independent financial advice.

BHCC SW Licence, Support and Maintenance for Financials System

BRIGHTON & HOVE CITY COUNCIL | Published August 14, 2017  -  Deadline March 31, 2017
Winner
Civica UK Limited
cpvs
48000000

G-Cloud 8 Lot 3 SaaS - Licence, Support and Maintenance for Financials System

Property management services of real estate on a fee or contract basis

Brighton and Hove City Council | Published October 27, 2017  -  Deadline November 23, 2017
cpvs
70330000, 70300000, 70332100, 70000000, 70332200

Brighton and Hove City Council requires a Service Provider to provide a comprehensive estate management service to include strategic advice and support for the council's policy development for the estate as well as covering the day-to-day management of the portfolio and the preparation of budgets and financial statements regarding income and expenditure. This framework agreement is in 2 Lots, split as (i) Commercial portfolio and (ii) Agricultural portfolio. The framework agreement is to start 2.4.2018 and will run for four years, ending 31.3.2022. From 1.4.2017 the Council became a founding partner of Orbis, a Public Sector Partnership between the Council, East Sussex County Council and Surrey County Council. In the spirit of the partnership therefore, Brighton and Hove City Council, East Sussex County Council and Surrey County Council will be able to call-off this framework agreement.

The council requires the service provider to provide general management, lettings, rent reviews, lease renewals and valuations for the commercial portfolio, which includes secondary and tertiary retail properties, prime retail property, industrial estates, plus a wide range of other properties. Brighton & Hove City Council's total portfolio comprises a mix of properties with retail being the most prominent representing 64 % of the portfolio by income, New England House represents 11.5 %, industrial around 11 %, offices 5 %, leisure 5 % and miscellaneous uses 3.5 %.

The council requires the service provider to provide general management, lettings, rent reviews, lease renewals, successions and valuations for the agricultural portfolio, which includes Agricultural Act Holdings, commercial tenancies, farm business tenancies and licences.

Brighton and Hove City Council has a large rural portfolio, that extends to about 10 500 acres (4 400 hectares) and is currently held mainly for investment purposes managed on the basis of more wide-ranging criteria taking account of environmental, social and economic regeneration as detailed in the Council's City Downland Estate Policy.

Construction work

Brighton and Hove City Council | Published December 24, 2016  -  Deadline February 1, 2017
cpvs
45000000, 45400000, 45100000, 45120000, 71200000, 45260000, 45210000, 45200000, 45220000, 71000000, 45500000, 45110000, 45300000, 71324000, 71317210, 71313410, 71312000

The Council invites bidders to respond to this opportunity for the procurement of a framework agreement for a new Strategic Construction Partnership (SCP) comprising four ‘lots’ including: 1) a Constructor; 2) Consultant Quantity Surveyor; 3) Consultant Health and Safety Advisor; and 4) Consultant Structural Engineer; for a term of 5 years with the option to extend for a further 2 years subject to satisfactory performance. Each Lot will be awarded to a single operator.

It is estimated that the value of work which could potentially be undertaken by the Strategic Construction Partnership over the potential seven year period might be somewhere in the region of GBP 100 — GBP 150 000 000. In addition these works would attract professional fees in the order of 8-11 %.

The successful Constructor will be responsible for the construction of all projects within the partnership and will be expected to to give early advice on such things as build ability, site set-up and other associated activities to enable the successful completion of each scheme. The Constructor will be expected to be an integral member of the partnering team.

The Quantity Surveyor will be responsible for all necessary cost input activities from inception to completion of projects in relation to feasibility estimates, valuations, final accounts and other financial related activities to enable successful completion of projects. The Quantity Surveyor will be expected to be an integral member of the partnering team.

The Health and Safety Advisor will be responsible for carrying out all the required duties as necessary for projects within the partnership to ensure they and the design team, comply with the current Construction and Design Management Regulations. The Health and Safety Advisor will be expected to be an integral member of the partnering team.

The Structural Engineer will responsible for all necessary design input from inception to completion of projects in relation to structure, civils, drainage and associated work to enable successful completion of projects. The Structural Engineer will be expected to be an integral member of the partnering team.

Construction work

Brighton and Hove City Council | Published October 4, 2017
Winner
HOP Consulting Limited
cpvs
45000000, 71324000, 71317210, 71312000

The Council invites bidders to respond to this opportunity for the procurement of a framework agreement for a new Strategic Construction Partnership (SCP) comprising four ‘lots’ including: 1) a Constructor; 2) Consultant Quantity Surveyor; 3) Consultant Health and Safety Advisor; and 4) Consultant Structural Engineer; for a term of 5 years with the option to extend for a further 2 years subject to satisfactory performance. Each Lot will be awarded to a single operator.

It is estimated that the value of work which could potentially be undertaken by the Strategic Construction Partnership over the potential seven year period might be somewhere in the region of 100 000 000 — 150 000 000 GBP In addition these works would attract professional fees in the order of 8-11 %.

The successful Constructor will be responsible for the construction of all projects within the partnership and will be expected to to give early advice on such things as build ability, site set-up and other associated activities to enable the successful completion of each scheme. The Constructor will be expected to be an integral member of the partnering team.

The Quantity Surveyor will be responsible for all necessary cost input activities from inception to completion of projects in relation to feasibility estimates, valuations, final accounts and other financial related activities to enable successful completion of projects. The Quantity Surveyor will be expected to be an integral member of the partnering team.

The Health and Safety Advisor will be responsible for carrying out all the required duites as necessary for projectswithin the partnership to ensure they and the design team, comply with the current Construction and Design Management Regulations. The Health and Safety Advisor will be expected to be an integral member of the partnering team.

The Structrural Engineer will responsible for all necessary design input from inception to completion of projectsin relation to structure, civils, drainage and associated work to enable successful completion of projects. The Structural Engineer will be expected to be an integral member of the partnering team.

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