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Appointment of Financial Advisor

Dyfed-Powys Police | Published March 1, 2010  -  Deadline March 24, 2010
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66171000

Dyfed-Powys Police Authority is seeking to appoint a Financial Advisor to undertake a key role in its financial governance and maintain an effective system of internal financial control. Mae Awdurdod Heddlu Dyfed-Powys yn dymuno penodi Ymgynghorydd Ariannol i ymgymryd â rôl allweddol yn ei lywodraethu ariannol a chynnal system reoli ariannol mewnol effeithiol.  

Appointment of External Auditors for Y Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol

Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol | Published October 7, 2014
Winner
Pricewaterhouse Coopers
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The Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol [the Coleg] wishes to appoint an external company to provide external auditing services from August 2014 to July 2017. The Coleg invites tenders from qualified accountancy companies to provide an External Auditing service. REQUIREMENTS External Auditors are required by the Coleg in order to: • audit the Coleg’s accounts, • prepare the Coleg’s annual accounts in charity account format, • attend Audit Committee meetings • provide appropriate reports for the Audit Committee, the Coleg’s Board of Directors and the statutory authorities regarding the accuracy and suitability of the Coleg’s accounts and the Coleg’s financial management systems.

Appointment of Internal Auditors for Y Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol

Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol | Published October 7, 2014
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Ktsowensthomas Limited
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Y Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol [the Coleg] wishes to appoint an external company to provide internal auditing services from August 2014 to July 2016. The Coleg invites tenders from qualified accountancy companies to provide an Internal Audit service. REQUIREMENTS The Coleg requires Internal Auditors to assess its internal management systems. This should include consideration of the following procedures, for example: • The Coleg’s Academic Staffing Scheme • Grant Arrangements for Universities • Internal Management Systems, including financial systems, procurement, information services and human resources • The effectiveness of the Board of Directors • Risk Management Systems

Town Planning & Valuation Services to Support Disposal Strategy

University of Wales Trinity St David | Published December 9, 2014
Winner
Stride Treglown
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The University is seeking to appoint a suitable Town Planning Consultant and Valuer to provide the necessary support and assistance in taking forward the project as follows: A) To prepare a suitably detailed report identifying alternative uses of sites within its property portfolio in Swansea together with the provision of possible sale values, including alternative options for disposal that may allow the University to receive a capital receipt in advance of any decant to new accommodation. The University will provide plans of the sites and outline of buildings together with any restrictive covenants that may affect values. The Consultant will always advise the client of the date and time of each visit. There may be times when a site visit will need to be deferred. B) The appointed consultant will identify possible alternative uses for whole or part of the sites, bearing in mind the need to maximise values and general demand for the available land / buildings. The University needs to ensure that no site is left to deteriorate in a way that will undermine the University’s commitment to City and County of Swansea. Alternative uses are expected to be innovative and demonstrate lateral thinking (such as land swaps), and should be cognisant of all related market forces that could impact use / value. The University is aware that the City and Council of Swansea need to dispose of some of its land assets to fund its School Redevelopment Programme up to 2018. C) The consultant will discuss and generally engage with Swansea City Council planners at a senior level to consider these alternative uses bearing in mind all matters, such as highway access, design restrictions and if applicable, environmental, noise and retail impacts as well as other issues and concerns that the planners may have with regard to the proposed disposals. D) The consultant will identify approximately the developable areas within the sites. E) The consultant will require some heritage expertise given that there are listed buildings on the Mount Pleasant campus, and this is likely to be a significant factor in determining development / site capacity and needs to be considered at the outset. F) The consultant must consider access issues which will also have a potential bearing on the type and quantum of uses likely to be acceptable on sites. G) It is anticipated other issues, such as ecology, will be covered as part of separate commissions at a later date, but should be noted for more immediate review if considered appropriate. H) The consultant will provide the client will copies of all correspondence including e-mails of discussions with the planners. I) The consultant will appoint a firm of Chartered Surveyors as a sub-consultant who will work with the planners during the appointment to identify land sales in line with the potential development use class opportunities. J) The consultant and the valuers will provide the University with the feasibility of alternative uses and disposal values to maximise the returns to the client. The University will expect plans showing general areas that can be developed or subject to change of use (detailed floor plans of potential conversions will not be required). The consultant will coordinate this commission with the University’s Master Planning Design Team in order to consider all associated opportunities and constraints. K) The consultant will work closely with the University’s Financial Advisor to consider the opportunities for maximising the return on all assets within the current portfolio in order to ensure that the contribution of the Disposal Strategy is thoroughly and robustly reviewed and tested. L) The values will be set out either as a whole or within respective lots indicating possible timing of sales. Values will be based on experience and any necessary market testing exercises as considered appropriate and as made explicit in the submitted bid. M) This is a one-off consultation at present which wi

Financil Support and Advisory Services

University of Wales Trinity St David | Published December 9, 2014
Winner
Qmpf Llp
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70000000, 66100000, 66171000

The University is seeking to appoint a suitable corporate financial advisor to provide it with the necessary support and assistance in taking forward the project as follows; Developing and delivering the Financial Case for the project, to include: i) developing a robust and dynamic financial model to inform prospective funders, and the University on the financial impact of the project at any point in time. The model will need to be updated on a regular basis as project development circumstances and constraints evolve. ii) developing a definitive funding strategy, based on all potential funding options, including private investment, realisation of existing asset values and/or any other innovative funding opportunity/ies. A key consideration in this regard will be a detailed Sensitivity Analysis based on a range of assumptions (financial, economic, commercial and time) and to reflect the short to medium term uncertainties of the political, economic and financial environment to ensure the funding strategy is as credible as it is comprehensive and robust. iii) Developing the Financial Case component and supporting the completion of the Outline / Full Business Case², as this evolves with the Project. iv) Ongoing recommendations on the affordability implication of funding proposals and the identification, engagement with and negotiating on the University’s behalf with potential funders. This is anticipated to take place during negotiations with the Welsh Government and the Planning Authority in early 2015. v) The University also wishes the selected financial advisor to be able to maximise the potential value of the University’s covenant and asset base, and additional work may be required in this respect. The potential value and contribution to the Project of all assets will be a key requirement of the appointment during the life of the Project up to the point that the Funding Model is realised. It is expected that any agreement resulting from this tendering exercise will commence on 30th September 2014. This will initially run until the end of the phase 1 development as set out in the agreement between UWTSD and the Welsh Government, for the purchase of land at SA1. The first phase delivery should not be less than 3 years with the option to extend to the 4th year. The agreed stop dates for further phases with the Welsh Government could be up 10 years or sooner.

Managed Laboratory Services – Blood Sciences, Blood Transfusion Service

NHS Wales Procurement Services | Published April 13, 2015  -  Deadline May 19, 2015
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85100000, 85111800, 85111810

Hywel Dda University Health Board is currently modernising its delivery of Pathology Services and is implementing a managed laboratory service contract, over a phased period, across the Blood Science Service. This contract description refers to the delivery of a comprehensive and self reliant Blood Transfusion Service. These services are presently provided from acute hospital sites in Aberystwyth, Carmarthen, Haverfordwest and Llanelli. This contract will maximise innovation and technology, and drive efficiency and effectiveness to provide a high quality, innovative and progressive diagnostic service offering a total overall value for money solution. This will include but not be limited to the provision and maintenance of equipment, together with the supply of all reagents, kits, chemicals, consumables, training, associated IT connectivity and other support services. It is the expectation of the Contracting Authority to enter into an arrangement for the supply of the required services that will be structured in such a manner that will facilitate VAT recovery by the Contracting Authority on all associated costs of the arrangement under the appropriate NHS VAT Contracted Out Services reliefs, on the basis that it qualifies as a fully managed laboratory service by meeting all the requirements for such arrangements as laid down by the relevant Tax Authority. It is the expectation of the Contracting Authority to enter into an arrangement for the supply of Blood Science Blood Transfusion Services that will be structured in a manner that will allow all associated costs of the arrangement to be kept “Off Balance Sheet” in relation to International Financial Reporting Standards. The envisaged contract duration is for 7 plus 1 plus 1 years. However, the Contracting Authority reserves the right to discuss and consider alternative contract terms of up to 14 years during the course of dialogue. Further details are set out in the PQQ.

Managed Laboratory Services — Blood Sciences, Blood Transfusion Service.

Hywel Dda University Health Board | Published April 15, 2015  -  Deadline May 19, 2015
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85100000, 85111800, 85111810

Hywel Dda University Health Board is currently modernising its delivery of Pathology Services and is implementing a managed laboratory service contract, over a phased period, across the Blood Science Service. This contract description refers to the delivery of a comprehensive and self reliant Blood Transfusion Service. These services are presently provided from acute hospital sites in Aberystwyth, Carmarthen, Haverfordwest and Llanelli. This contract will maximise innovation and technology, and drive efficiency and effectiveness to provide a high quality, innovative and progressive diagnostic service offering a total overall value for money solution. This will include but not be limited to the provision and maintenance of equipment, together with the supply of all reagents, kits, chemicals, consumables, training, associated IT connectivity and other support services. It is the expectation of the Contracting Authority to enter into an arrangement for the supply of the required services that will be structured in such a manner that will facilitate VAT recovery by the Contracting Authority on all associated costs of the arrangement under the appropriate NHS VAT Contracted Out Services reliefs, on the basis that it qualifies as a fully managed laboratory service by meeting all the requirements for such arrangements as laid down by the relevant Tax Authority. It is the expectation of the Contracting Authority to enter into an arrangement for the supply of Blood Science Blood Transfusion Services that will be structured in a manner that will allow all associated costs of the arrangement to be kept ‘Off Balance Sheet’ in relation to International Financial Reporting Standards. The envisaged contract duration is for 7 plus 1 plus 1 years. However, the Contracting Authority reserves the right to discuss and consider alternative contract terms of up to 14 years during the course of dialogue. Further details are set out in the PQQ.

The Provision of a Telematics & Deployment Solution

Police and Crime Commissioner for Dyfed-Powys | Published July 20, 2015  -  Deadline August 14, 2015
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32441300, 64226000

The Police and Crime Commissioner for Dyfed Powys require potential suppliers to respond to this ITT for a telematics and deployment solution, identifying how they can assist the organisation in delivering its Police and Crime Plan and achieving the expected operational and financial benefits. The proposed solution should be specified from a perspective that the successful supplier will be providing a complete solution to include:- all associated hardware, and any fitting costs all associated software initial training interfaces consultancy support (implementation, rollout and after sales support) data migration upgrades and consultancy as required with other suppliers (these may include Steria for Storm, APD for Tetra Gateway (TGW) and Cortex) to ensure full integration with our existing systems any other associated services required for a successful deployment of the technology configuration of the backhaul of data over 3G/4G, a potential for multi-telcos SIM cards, associated car mount antennas and the sizing and scoping of the actual data channel from vehicle to data centre NOTE: The authority is using eTenderwales to carry out this procurement process. To obtain further information record your interest on Sell2Wales at http://www.sell2wales.gov.uk/search/search_switch.aspx?ID=30548

The Provision of a Telematics and Deployment Solution.

Police and Crime Commissioner for Dyfed-Powys | Published July 21, 2015  -  Deadline August 14, 2015
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32441300, 64226000

The Police and Crime Commissioner for Dyfed Powys require potential suppliers to respond to this ITT for a telematics and deployment solution, identifying how they can assist the organisation in delivering its Police and Crime Plan and achieving the expected operational and financial benefits. The proposed solution should be specified from a perspective that the successful supplier will be providing a complete solution to include: all associated hardware, and any fitting costs all associated software initial training interfaces consultancy support (implementation, rollout and after sales support) data migration upgrades and consultancy as required with other suppliers (these may include Steria for Storm, APD for Tetra Gateway (TGW) and Cortex) to ensure full integration with our existing systems any other associated services required for a successful deployment of the technology configuration of the backhaul of data over 3G/4G, a potential for multi-telcos SIM cards, associated car mount antennas and the sizing and scoping of the actual data channel from vehicle to data centre Note: The authority is using eTenderwales to carry out this procurement process. To obtain further information record your interest on Sell2Wales at http://www.sell2wales.gov.uk/search/search_switch.aspx?ID=30548

Supply and Installation of Solar Panels

Coleg Sir Gar | Published September 21, 2015
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Harris Miller Electrical & Mechanical Solutions Ltd
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09331000

This is a breif overview of the Colleges requirement and forms a draft specification which is liable to have ammendments when the tender document is issued. Coleg Sir Gâr wishes to appoint a supplier to supply and install Solar Panels. The solution should be aimed at providing a cost effective way for the College to provide cost savings on its energy bills. The Distribution Network Operator (DNO), which is Western Power Distribution (WPD) for Coleg Sir Gar sites has apparently advised that a system with a total installed capacity of 100Kw can be considered at Graig Campus and that a system with a total installed capacity of 50Kw can be considered at the Ammanford Campus. The successful bidder will be required to install a three-phase solar panel solution at Graig and Ammanford Campuses that provide the best financial savings to the College and adheres to the DNO restriction, using:- Tier 1 Panels from the Bloomberg top ten global manufacturers with a modular efficiency of at least 17% Panels Power Inverters - Solar Edge, SMA, ABB, Fronius or of similar standard or equivalent. Full Structural Survey To ensure the roof is structurally sound and adequate to take the panels and any additional loading. The survey must be undertaken by a Structural Engineer and / or Chartered Building Surveyor. Installation - Consultation with DNO and Grid Connection application; - Consultation with Local Planning Authority (LPA), formal notification and / or submission of planning permission application (if needed); - Generation Meter / Export Meter (if considered appropriate); - G59 Protection relays (if considered appropriate); - Cabling; - Any additional electrical work; - Mounting Kit – from accredited supplier; - Scaffolding and additional plant; Other provision that must be included are: - All required cabling work to be installed between the collectors and the distribution board; - Any associated plant and access equipment to execute the works; - All control equipment with associated cabling; - Any required internal works; - All labour, subsistence and all travelling costs associated to the work; - Full commissioning tests with and hand over the system in full working order; - Training. All testing and wiring should comply to BS7671:2008 17th edition wiring regulations. The Electrical Contractor must hold accreditation by NAPIT or NICEIC. All of the above elements need to be built into the pricing schedule. Guarantee - Workmanship, minimum 12 years - Manufactures / Installer, Full parts and labour warranty for minimum of 20 years - Inverters, minimum of 20 years - Performance, minimum of 25 years All Guarantees must be transferable if the building is sold, and honourable if the supplier ceases trading for the following reasons administration, bankruptcy and receivership. Commissioning and Registration The system must be commissioned prior to hand-over to the College. The installer is expected to provide the following: - Certification of the system with all warranty documentation. - EPC Certificate - Operating and Maintenance manuals - Assistance with registration of the system with OFGEM under the Roofit Scheme ALL TENDERERS MUST PROVIDE A BID FOR OPTION 1, 2 , & 3 OPTION 1. To include all other requirements as noted in the specification above and the following; Graig Campus – To provide a Solar PV System installation of 100Kw (total installed capacity) with a standard string inverter system. Ammanford Campus – To provide a Solar PV installation of 50kw (total installed capacity) with a string inverter system. OPTION 2. To include all other requirements as noted in the specification above and the following; Graig Campus – To provide a Solar PV System installation of 250kw with an enhanced inverter and full monitoring facility / capability – such as Solar Edge, Enphase or similar equivalent. Ammanford Campus – To provide a Solar PV System installation of 100kw with an enhanced inverter and full monitoring facility / capability – such as Solar Edge, Enphase or similar equivalent. OPTION 3 Tenderers are invited to submit any other proposals for a Solar PV Installation solution at Graig Campus and Ammanford Campus which will bring optimum and maximum financial benefits to the College. All Options must comply with DNO limitations.

The Provision of a Telematics & Deployment Solution

Police and Crime Commissioner for Dyfed-Powys | Published October 21, 2015
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L&A Consultants
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32441300, 64226000

The Police and Crime Commissioner for Dyfed Powys require potential suppliers to respond to this ITT for a telematics and deployment solution, identifying how they can assist the organisation in delivering its Police and Crime Plan and achieving the expected operational and financial benefits. The proposed solution should be specified from a perspective that the successful supplier will be providing a complete solution to include:- all associated hardware, and any fitting costs all associated software initial training interfaces consultancy support (implementation, rollout and after sales support) data migration upgrades and consultancy as required with other suppliers (these may include Steria for Storm, APD for Tetra Gateway (TGW) and Cortex) to ensure full integration with our existing systems any other associated services required for a successful deployment of the technology configuration of the backhaul of data over 3G/4G, a potential for multi-telcos SIM cards, associated car mount antennas and the sizing and scoping of the actual data channel from vehicle to data centre

The Provision of a Telematics and Deployment Solution.

Police and Crime Commissioner for Dyfed-Powys | Published October 22, 2015
Winner
L&A Consultants
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32441300, 64226000

The Police and Crime Commissioner for Dyfed Powys require potential suppliers to respond to this ITT for a telematics and deployment solution, identifying how they can assist the organisation in delivering its Police and Crime Plan and achieving the expected operational and financial benefits. The proposed solution should be specified from a perspective that the successful supplier will be providing a complete solution to include: — all associated hardware, and any fitting costs, — all associated software, — initial training, — interfaces, — consultancy, — support (implementation, rollout and after sales support), — data migration, — upgrades and consultancy as required with other suppliers (these may include Steria for Storm, APD for Tetra Gateway (TGW) and Cortex) to ensure full integration with our existing systems, — any other associated services required for a successful deployment of the technology, — configuration of the backhaul of data over 3G/4G, a potential for multi-telcos SIM cards, associated car mount antennas and the sizing and scoping of the actual data channel from vehicle to data centre.

Carmarthenshire County Council Extra Care Catering

Carmarthenshire County Council | Published November 2, 2015  -  Deadline November 30, 2015
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55500000, 55520000, 55523000, 55521100

The Carmarthenshire County Council Extra Care Catering service is being re-advertised due to there being additional key questions relating to the Financial Assessments and Health & Safety requirements. Please note that the current documents will differ from those previously placed on Sell2Wales which closed on 2nd October, 2015. The contract to provide a healthy and nutritious catering service 365 days per annum to up to 240 customers including extra care residents and their guests, meals on wheels services and lunch clubs within two new extra care schemes at Cartref Cynnes, Johnstown, Carmarthen and at Ty Dyffryn Ammanford. Both licensed restaurants will also be fully open to any other users, particularly from the local community, families and friends of tenants and other similar occasional customers. The contract shall be for 3 years (with the possibility of an extension for a further period of up to 2 years depending on available budget, satisfactory performance etc and subject to agreement by all parties). Carmarthenshire County Council are holding an open day event at Cartref Cynnes, Johnstown on Tuesday 17th November 2015, between 10am and 2pm. The event will give potential bidders an opportunity to view the premises and kitchen facilities prior to the closing date and return of tender submissions. Attendance is via prior arrangement only. If you are interested in attending the open day event please register your interest with Rita Thomas via email / telephone:- Email: RiThomas@carmarthenshire.gov.uk Telephone: 01267 228901 NOTE: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the Sell2Wales Web Site at http://www.sell2wales.gov.uk/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=36152. The buyer has indicated that it will accept electronic responses to this notice via the Postbox facility. A user guide is available at http://www.sell2wales.gov.uk/sitehelp/help_guides.aspx. Suppliers are advised to allow adequate time for uploading documents and to dispatch the electronic response well in advance of the closing time to avoid any last minute problems.

Carmarthenshire County Council Extra Care Catering.

Carmarthenshire County Council | Published November 4, 2015  -  Deadline November 30, 2015
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55500000, 55520000, 55523000, 55521100

The Carmarthenshire County Council Extra Care Catering service is being re-advertised due to there being additional key questions relating to the Financial Assessments and Health and Safety requirements. Please note that the current documents will differ from those previously placed on Sell2Wales which closed on 2.10.2015. The contract to provide a healthy and nutritious catering service 365 days per annum to up to 240 customers including extra care residents and their guests, meals on wheels services and lunch clubs within 2 new extra care schemes at Cartref Cynnes, Johnstown, Carmarthen and at Ty Dyffryn Ammanford. Both licensed restaurants will also be fully open to any other users, particularly from the local community, families and friends of tenants and other similar occasional customers. The contract shall be for 3 years (with the possibility of an extension for a further period of up to 2 years depending on available budget, satisfactory performance etc. and subject to agreement by all parties). Carmarthenshire County Council are holding an open day event at Cartref Cynnes, Johnstown on Tuesday 17.11.2015, between 10:00 and 14:00. The event will give potential bidders an opportunity to view the premises and kitchen facilities prior to the closing date and return of tender submissions. Attendance is via prior arrangement only. If you are interested in attending the open day event please register your interest with Rita Thomas via email / telephone:- Email: rithomas@carmarthenshire.gov.uk Telephone:+44 1267228901. Note: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the Sell2Wales Web Site at http://www.sell2wales.gov.uk/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=36152. The buyer has indicated that it will accept electronic responses to this notice via the Postbox facility. A user guide is available at http://www.sell2wales.gov.uk/sitehelp/help_guides.aspx. Suppliers are advised to allow adequate time for uploading documents and to dispatch the electronic response well in advance of the closing time to avoid any last minute problems.

Quotation for a Business & Governance Consultant for the Redevelopment of Oriel Myrddin Gallery

Oriel Myrddin Trust | Published January 15, 2016  -  Deadline February 10, 2016
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79400000, 79410000, 79411100

Oriel Myrddin Trust wish to appoint a consultant to undertake the Business & Governance changes for the redevelopment of Oriel Myrddin Gallery. This will consist of the following: • Governance and Legal Agreements • Change Management • Business Planning • Financial Planning for the redevelopment • Artist/s Commission • Risk Planning • Marketing & Communications Strategy • Public Consultation The consultant will work alongside the design team that is selected to undertake the designs for the redevelopment phase. The contract duration will be from 1st April 2016 – 31st January 2017 (with an option to extend up to a period of one year). The quotation will follow a two stage evaluation procedure.

Property and Commercial Advisory Services development of the SA1 Commercial Partnership Model

University of Wales Trinity Saint David | Published January 16, 2016  -  Deadline February 2, 2016
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70100000, 70330000, 70331000, 70220000, 70332200, 73220000, 72221000, 66171000, 71315200, 79400000, 79410000, 79412000

The University of Wales Trinity Saint David wishes to appoint a suitably qualified Property Consultant to provide support and assistance in relation to its Estate Development and related property rationalisation in Swansea. Required deliverables are as follows:

To prepare a suitably detailed report with proposals for marketing and realisation (through sale, lease or development) of the University’s Swansea property assets (including land options) that are surplus to the University’s requirements. This will include the sites at Townhill and Mount Pleasant. It will also include the provision of possible sale values, including alternative options for disposal that may allow the University to receive a capital receipt in advance of any decant to new accommodation. This should make reference to the existing feasibility studies completed in 2014 which will be made available upon request.

To provide recommendations for a marketing and rationalisation programme

To provide advice and input to the University on the development of a Strategic Forward Development Plan for the University’s estate at SA1 Swansea. This will be agreed with Welsh Government through the SA1 Partnership Board.

To provide advice on expected realisable values, net of costs

To provide advice on alternative uses, options and preferences.

To provide advice on possible partnership development models (third party developer and the University), if appropriate.

To support an appropriate procurement process for possible partnership development models. The University would like to be engaging with committed partners by summer 2016.

To implement the marketing and rationalisation strategy; including managing the marketing and sales process for each property, advising on offers received, conducting negotiations with interested parties, liaising with the University’s legal advisers and so on.

To implement and support partnership development models for commercialisation in SA1.

To provide on-going advice to the University on estates options and development opportunities to support the University’s SA1 Waterfront Partnership with Welsh Government. This may include advice (valuation, agency, planning) in relation to development opportunities between the University and third parties who wish to occupy space adjacent to the University.

Accelerated Open procedure Urgency due to stage one needs to be completed before the end of the financial year.

NOTE: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the Sell2Wales Web Site at http://www.sell2wales.gov.uk/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=39708.

Property and Commercial Advisory Services development of the SA1 Commercial Partnership Model.

University of Wales Trinity Saint David | Published January 16, 2016  -  Deadline February 2, 2016
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70100000, 70330000, 70331000, 70220000, 70332200, 73220000, 72221000, 66171000, 71315200, 79400000, 79410000, 79412000

The University of Wales Trinity Saint David wishes to appoint a suitably qualified Property Consultant to provide support and assistance in relation to its Estate Development and related property rationalisation in Swansea. Required deliverables are as follows:

To prepare a suitably detailed report with proposals for marketing and realisation (through sale, lease or development) of the University's Swansea property assets (including land options) that are surplus to the University's requirements. This will include the sites at Townhill and Mount Pleasant. It will also include the provision of possible sale values, including alternative options for disposal that may allow the University to receive a capital receipt in advance of any decant to new accommodation. This should make reference to the existing feasibility studies completed in 2014 which will be made available upon request.

To provide recommendations for a marketing and rationalisation programme

To provide advice and input to the University on the development of a Strategic Forward Development Plan for the University's estate at SA1 Swansea. This will be agreed with Welsh Government through the SA1 Partnership Board.

To provide advice on expected realisable values, net of costs.

To provide advice on alternative uses, options and preferences.

To provide advice on possible partnership development models (third party developer and the University), if appropriate.

To support an appropriate procurement process for possible partnership development models. The University would like to be engaging with committed partners by summer 2016.

To implement the marketing and rationalisation strategy; including managing the marketing and sales process for each property, advising on offers received, conducting negotiations with interested parties, liaising with the University's legal advisers and so on.

To implement and support partnership development models for commercialisation in SA1.

To provide on-going advice to the University on estates options and development opportunities to support the University's SA1 Waterfront Partnership with Welsh Government. This may include advice (valuation, agency, planning) in relation to development opportunities between the University and third parties who wish to occupy space adjacent to the University.

Accelerated Open procedure Urgency due to stage one needs to be completed before the end of the financial year.

NOTE: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the Sell2Wales Web Site at http://www.sell2wales.gov.uk/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=39708

Quotation for a Business & Governance Consultant for the Redevelopment of Oriel Myrddin Gallery

Oriel Myrddin Trust | Published March 3, 2016  -  Deadline April 4, 2016
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79400000, 79410000, 79411100

Oriel Myrddin Trust wish to appoint a consultant to undertake the Business & Governance changes for the redevelopment of Oriel Myrddin Gallery. This will consist of the following:
• Governance and Legal Agreements
• Change Management
• Business Planning
Financial Planning for the redevelopment
• Artist/s Commission
• Risk Planning
• Marketing & Communications Strategy
• Public Consultation
The consultant will work alongside the design team that is selected to undertake the designs for the redevelopment phase.
The contract duration will be from 1st June 2016 – 31st January 2017 (with an option to extend up to a period of one year).
The quotation will follow a two stage evaluation procedure.

Financial leasing services

Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service | Published May 13, 2016  -  Deadline June 13, 2016
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Financial leasing services

Financial leasing services

Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service | Published July 27, 2016
Winner
Zenith Vehicle Contracts Ltd
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This tender was undertaken as an open procedure, as detailed in Regulation 27 of the UK statutory instrument Public Contracts Regulations 2015/102.