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Financial and insurance services

Fife Council | Published October 29, 2016  -  Deadline November 28, 2016
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66000000

Provision of a Community Development Finance Institution.

Financial and insurance services

Fife Council | Published November 12, 2016  -  Deadline December 12, 2016
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66000000

Provision of a Community Development Finance Institution.

CON 155 - Provision of a Corporate Debt System

Fife Council | Published January 13, 2015  -  Deadline February 5, 2015
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271600

This contract is for the supply, delivery and implementation of a Corporate Debt System to allow Fife Council to consolidate debts and manage income and payment arrangements in an efficient and cost effective manner. To enable this to be effective, the Corporate Debt System procured will give a single view of customer indebtedness to the Council. The solution must provide a flexible approach to debt collection and interact with multiple financial systems. The solution must also allow the Council to communicate with our customers through various channels e.g. email, texting, on-line, auto-dial, and provide management reports that allow Fife Council to monitor, manage and analyse debt owed.

Foster Care Agency Services for Children and Young People

Fife Council | Published August 5, 2015
Winner
Aberlour Child Care Trust, Action For Children, Barnardo's, Carevisions Fostering Ltd, Carolina House Trust, Core Assets, Fostering Relations, Fostering Solutions (Northern) Ltd, Fosterplus, Fostering People, Jmt Fostering, The National Fostering Agency (Scotland), Swiis Foster Care Scotland Ltd, Tact
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321100

Fife Council currently (January 1st 2015) provides foster care placements through its own in-house Family Placement Service comprising 193 foster carers providing placements for 273 young people. The demand for Foster Care placements, driven by the steady increase in the number of looked after children in Fife has continued to rise over the last ten years. Also, a greater proportion of these looked after children now require placements. This demand has continued to place pressure on Fife Council’s in-house provision for accommodated children and young people. As a result, the number of foster care placements the Council has purchased has risen from 93 in 2009/10 to 285 in 2013/14. Whilst many of these children and young people have been able to remain within Fife in placements developed over the period of Fife’s local foster care contract, this rise has been such that the proportion of Fife’s looked after children who are placed geographically within Fife has decreased to 67% from 70% in 2009. Key drivers for our current strategy: 1.The proportion of Fife’s looked after children who are living at home or with relatives, (35%), is low compared to the national percentage figure. 2.The proportion of Fife’s looked after children in foster care, (54.5%), is high by national comparison. 3.The high number of placements for looked after children that Fife is purchasing is placing considerable pressure on financial resources. Fife is therefore working towards the following strategic aims: 1.Increasing the amount and effectiveness of support to enable more children and young people to remain living at home or in their communities. 2.Decreasing the proportion of looked after children and young people requiring placement. 3.Increasing and developing Fife’s Council-run Family Placement Service, to reduce the proportion of placements that need to be purchased (and therefore the financial spend). While these strategic aims are progressed and given the high number of looked after children requiring placement, Fife will continue to commission a significant level of foster care placements for the duration of this contractual period.

Foster Care Agency Services for Children and Young People

Fife Council | Published January 14, 2015  -  Deadline February 18, 2015
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321100

Fife Council currently (January 1st 2015) provides foster care placements through its own in-house Family Placement Service comprising 193 foster carers providing placements for 273 young people. The demand for Foster Care placements, driven by the steady increase in the number of looked after children in Fife has continued to rise over the last ten years. Also, a greater proportion of these looked after children now require placements. This demand has continued to place pressure on Fife Council’s in-house provision for accommodated children and young people. As a result, the number of foster care placements the Council has purchased has risen from 93 in 2009/10 to 285 in 2013/14. Whilst many of these children and young people have been able to remain within Fife in placements developed over the period of Fife’s local foster care contract, this rise has been such that the proportion of Fife’s looked after children who are placed geographically within Fife has decreased to 67% from 70% in 2009. Key drivers for our current strategy: 1.The proportion of Fife’s looked after children who are living at home or with relatives, (35%), is low compared to the national percentage figure. 2.The proportion of Fife’s looked after children in foster care, (54.5%), is high by national comparison. 3.The high number of placements for looked after children that Fife is purchasing is placing considerable pressure on financial resources. Fife is therefore working towards the following strategic aims: 1.Increasing the amount and effectiveness of support to enable more children and young people to remain living at home or in their communities. 2.Decreasing the proportion of looked after children and young people requiring placement. 3.Increasing and developing Fife’s Council-run Family Placement Service, to reduce the proportion of placements that need to be purchased (and therefore the financial spend). While these strategic aims are progressed and given the high number of looked after children requiring placement, Fife will continue to commission a significant level of foster care placements for the duration of this contractual period.

Provision of Legal Services Framework 2016-2020

Kingdom Housing Association Limited | Published November 19, 2015
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281200, 281400, 289999

The Association propose to enter into a Framework Agreement with a limited number of Organisations to provide Legal Services for a maximum 4-year period. It is envisaged that successful bidders appointed to the framework will be available to provide Legal Services to Kingdom Housing Association Ltd, and also for work on behalf of, or directly for Kingdom Initiatives Ltd (a subsidiary company of Kingdom HA Ltd). The requirement for Legal Services has been split into different categories to give an indication of the different types of service provision required by the Association. It should be noted that no assurances can be given that all these services will be required in the future and there is no guarantee that the successful Organisations will receive work through the Framework Agreement. On occasion, and at the sole discretion of the party calling off from the Framework Agreement, an appointment may be made only after a mini tendering competition between those Organisations being part of the Framework Agreement. A breakdown of the anticipated service requirements has been provided to enable Organisations who specialise in a particular type of legal service to tender for the categories relevant to their Organisation. This does not stop any Organisation from offering to tender for all the categories required. The Service categories are detailed below, the content of each category may change and the Association reserves the right to edit or add to this requirement in the future. Category 1 – General Legal, Contractual & Procurement Issues The provision of general legal advice relating to services provided by Registered Social Landlords but not covered within the specialist categories. Work and advice related to procurement & contract issues Category 2 – Conveyancing and related issues Conveyancing work and advice in dealing with related issues Transfer of new build housing developments to other housing providers Sale of properties through Low-cost Initiative for First Time Buyers & Mid Market Rent and other relevant Schemes Agreements relevant to disposals Category 3 – Governance Issues Advice relating to Governance issues, including changes in status, structure, legislation and guidance notes. Subsidiary advice on Group Structure and Company Legislation Category 4 – Employment Law Issues Advice re compliance of employment policies and practices, TUPE; Dispute resolution; Grievance and disciplinary issues Facility to provide Employment Practice Liability Insurance (EPLI) Category 5 – Finance Management Issues Advice on related matters and issues, including alternative funding / finance Production & assistance with regards to financial legal paperwork for large loans with lenders and with regards to financial legal paperwork to re-finance loans with lenders Standard Security work Category 6 – Housing & Estate Management Issues Advice and work on related matters, incl Breach of Tenancy, legal access to properties, Housing Management policies, Alternative Tenures/ Models. Housing Legislation Court work, including raising court actions for tenancy breach and defending actions raised against Kingdom or Kingdom employees Pursuing court actions raised by the Association against third parties Preparation of Leases / Management Agreements Factoring Delivery of notices Shared Ownership Mid Market Rent Tenant and Customer Participation

Dalgety Bay Sports Pitch Lighting

Fife Council | Published March 13, 2015
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Sse Contracting
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192110, 192111, 379999, 391000, 391010, 391011, 391012, 391013, 399999

The full installation shall comply with the conditions laid down in the Standard Conditions of Contract contained within the Bills of Quantity. Disconnection and removal of existing luminaires, the supply and installation of new luminaires and alterations within both external Feeder Pillars and the Controls at the Main Switchboard in Dalgety Bay Leisure Centre as specified on attached drawings (61)01, (63)01 and EX(63)01. Tenderers are advised that the Leisure Centre shall be in operation during the contract and is open to the public. Therefore cognisance must be taken of this when programming the works and the centre management must be consulted prior to any switch-off. For access during tender please contact centre reception prior to any site visit. NB. Works must be completed and Invoiced this Financial Year Tenderers must complete the Sub-Contractor's Requirements on page 23 or their tender shall be deemed non-compliant Tenderers will be responsible for the removal and disposal of all their own rubbish and waste in line with the relevant criteria indicated in this document. All Fife Council Building Services, Construction sites operate a five point PPE system. Please note the Site will be run under the Considerate Constructors scheme. All works should be carried out under normal working site hours. No Overtime working will be allowed unless specifically requested and instructed by the Project Supervisor on site through our CVI process. Should you fall behind with the agreed program there will be no reimbursement for any overtime working should you fall behind the agreed program. .

Dalgety Bay Sports Pitch Lighting

Fife Council | Published February 6, 2015  -  Deadline February 20, 2015
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192110, 192111, 379999, 391000, 391010, 391011, 391012, 391013, 399999

The full installation shall comply with the conditions laid down in the Standard Conditions of Contract contained within the Bills of Quantity. Disconnection and removal of existing luminaires, the supply and installation of new luminaires and alterations within both external Feeder Pillars and the Controls at the Main Switchboard in Dalgety Bay Leisure Centre as specified on attached drawings (61)01, (63)01 and EX(63)01. Tenderers are advised that the Leisure Centre shall be in operation during the contract and is open to the public. Therefore cognisance must be taken of this when programming the works and the centre management must be consulted prior to any switch-off. For access during tender please contact centre reception prior to any site visit. NB. Works must be completed and Invoiced this Financial Year Tenderers must complete the Sub-Contractor's Requirements on page 23 or their tender shall be deemed non-compliant Tenderers will be responsible for the removal and disposal of all their own rubbish and waste in line with the relevant criteria indicated in this document. All Fife Council Building Services, Construction sites operate a five point PPE system. Please note the Site will be run under the Considerate Constructors scheme. All works should be carried out under normal working site hours. No Overtime working will be allowed unless specifically requested and instructed by the Project Supervisor on site through our CVI process. Should you fall behind with the agreed program there will be no reimbursement for any overtime working should you fall behind the agreed program. .

Legal services

Fife Council | Published April 14, 2017  -  Deadline May 15, 2017
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79100000, 79110000

The team are kept very busy and require to call upon the skill of an agent to represent them in actions in the Court of Session in Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.

Under this contract the Council has the following requirements:

1. Lodging court documents timeously;

2. Instructing Counsel to appear on behalf of the Council as and when required, liaising with Counsel and providing all relevant information to Counsel;

3. Advising the Council on procedural matters;

4. Reporting back to the Council with any decisions from the Court.

The Council cannot guarantee what work, if any, will be required to be undertaken by the successful tenderer. However, in order to provide some indication we can confirm that over the duration of the current contract the incumbent service provider has carried out the following work:

— Removal of travelling people in terms of Section 48 of the Court of Session Act.

— Defending an action for breach of the Public Contracts (Scotland) Regulations 2006.

— Defending an action for reparation for breach of the repairing obligations under a lease.

— Judicial Review of a decision of the Planning Authority for the installation of parking meters in St Andrews.

— Judicial Review of the Scottish Ministers decision to approve the Fife Structure Plan which has now been appealed to the Supreme Court.

— Defending Judicial Review by financial guardian in relation to community care funding

— Defending Judicial Review in respect of liability to support an offender on release from custody

— Appeal to the Court of Session regarding a placing request to a special school.

Tender for Refurbishment Contract- Enterprise Hub Fife

Business Gateway Fife | Published March 1, 2016  -  Deadline March 31, 2016
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391010, 399999

The project is for the refurbishment of an existing first floor office space located above Royal Bank of Scotland, North Street, Glenrothes, for the creation of multi-occupancy space, for training & business growth.
Context and Scope of Brief
The project is for the refurbishment of an existing first floor office space located above Royal Bank of Scotland, North Street, Glenrothes, for the creation of multi-occupancy space.
A tender cost under JCT Standard Building Contract without Quantities (SBC/XQ 2011) is to be provided based on the attached drawing / specification package. The project will comprise of the following elements, all as per detailed drawings / specification;
- Downtakings of existing partitioning, ceilings, electrics, HVAC
- Supply & Installation of suspended ceiling
- Supply and installation of new lighting fittings throughout
- Installation of curved central partition, wall linings and timber doors
- Supply and installation of Operable wall to lecture rooms
- Relocation of HW system to Kitchen area
- Installation / Upgrade of existing heating system
- Supply and installation of extraction and fresh air ventilation to lecture room areas
- Supply and installation of power & data connectivity throughout. Allowance of 2 power & data points per single desk and 4 power and data points per meeting room
- AV installation for lecture room 01&02 and open plan areas, including CAT5 cabling / power
For the following;
- Projector to Lecture 01
- TV screen / monitor Lecture 02
- TV screen / monitor to waiting area
- Smart board to meeting rooms 01&02
- Redecoration of all wall surfaces, woodwork and installation of wall graphics / branding to
glass panelling and staircase area.
- Supply & installation of carpet tiles & vinyl throughout
- Furniture, supply & installation of soft furnishing throughout
- Installation of Door entry system, magnetic locks and fob access to main door; Net 2 system or equivalent (Design to be included within tender submission)
- Installation of Door Intercom system to main door and connectivity with offices / meeting rooms. (Design to be included within tender submission)
- Installation of intruder alarm system to meeting rooms and office areas; Galaxy system (Design to be included within tender submission)
- Installation / upgrade of fire alarm system to suit new layout
- Installation of roller blinds to all windows, black-out specification
N.B Reference to attached Asbestos Register MUST be made and additional costs associated with compliance to be included within tender accordingly.
N.B As the office is located directly above an operational financial institution, the security of the site is paramount and MUST be maintained at all times.

Dalgety Bay Leisure Centre PR5552270 Replacement Heating and Ventilation

Fife Council | Published February 23, 2017  -  Deadline March 10, 2017
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The full installation shall comply with the conditions laid down in the Standard Conditions of Contract contained within the Bills of Quantity. It is recommended that tenderers visit the site to familiarise themselves with the full extent and nature of the works requires as no redress will be made at a later date for the lack of such knowledge. Disconnection and removal of existing HVAC Equipment and the supply and installation of new HVAC and Controls within facility as specified on Drawings M(57)001 and 002 together with Control Specification. These works must be completed within the financial year therefore Tenderers must complete Contractor's requirements on page 23 or their tender shall be deemed Non-Compliant. For access to site please contact the Leisure Centre Reception on 01383 602306 or email dalgetybays&lc@fifeleisure.org.uk Any questions relating to the project must be posted through the PCS portal. Tenderers will be responsible for the removal and disposal of all their own rubbish and waste in line with the relevant criteria indicated in this document. All Fife Council Building Services, Construction sites operate a five point PPE system. Please note the Site will be run under the Considerate Constructors scheme. All works should be carried out under normal working site hours. No Overtime working will be allowed unless specifically requested and instructed by the Project Supervisor on site through our CVI process. Should you fall behind with the agreed program there will be no reimbursement for any overtime working should you fall behind the agreed program. .

CU/717/16 41-47 Lawrence Court, Buckhaven New steel security doors/screen sets and door entry system

Fife Council | Published March 14, 2017
Winner
Martec Engineering Ltd
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The full installation shall comply with the conditions laid down in the Standard Conditions of Contract contained within the Bills of Quantity. It is recommended that tenderers visit the site to familiarise themselves with the full extent and nature of the works requires as no redress will be made at a later date for the lack of such knowledge. Specification of Work: Front; Door and Screen (full portcullis style). Rear; Door (full portcullis style). Door Entry System; Disconnect existing door entry system. Connect new magnets to system. A new emergency services drop leaf switches to be installed at rear door. New internal push to exit button for front and rear doors. Re-connect door entry system following installation. PLEASE NOTE THAT CONTRACTOR CARRYING OUT THE INSTALLATION OF THE DOOR ENTRY SYSTEM WORKS MUST BE NACOSS GOLD REGISTERED. The works are proposed to be carried out during March 2017 and will be completed within the current financial year Tenderers must complete Sub-Contractor's requirements on page 23 or their tender shall be deemed Non-Compliant. For access to site please contact Craig Wann, Housing Technical Officer on 03451 555555 ext 471734 or e-mail craig.wann@fife.gov.uk prior to site visit. Any questions relating to the project must be posted through the PCS portal. Tenderers will be responsible for the removal and disposal of all their own rubbish and waste in line with the relevant criteria indicated in this document. All Fife Council Building Services, Construction sites operate a five point PPE system. Please note the Site will be run under the Considerate Constructors scheme. All works should be carried out under normal working site hours. No Overtime working will be allowed unless specifically requested and instructed by the Project Supervisor on site through our CVI process. Should you fall behind with the agreed program there will be no reimbursement for any overtime working should you fall behind the agreed program. .

Rosyth Library Replacement Fire Alarm and Detection Installation

Fife Council | Published March 28, 2017
Winner
A M Fire & Security Systems Ltd
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The full installation shall comply with the conditions laid down in the Standard Conditions of Contract contained within the Bills of Quantity. It is recommended that tenderers visit the site to familiarise themselves with the full extent and nature of the works requires as no redress will be made at a later date for the lack of such knowledge. Disconnection and removal of the existing Fire Alarm System and the Supply, Installation, Commissioning and Maintenance, for defects period, of a new Fire Alarm System as specified on Drawing E(6-)01. These works must be completed within the financial year therefore Tenderers must complete Contractor's requirements on page 23 or their tender shall be deemed Non-Compliant. For access to site please contact the Library Supervisor Carol Storey, tel.no. 03451 55 55 55 493144 OR if unavailable via the Library Reception on rosyth.library@onfife.com or tel. 01383 602370 prior to site visit Any questions relating to the project must be posted through the PCS portal. Tenderers will be responsible for the removal and disposal of all their own rubbish and waste in line with the relevant criteria indicated in this document. All Fife Council Building Services, Construction sites operate a five point PPE system. Please note the Site will be run under the Considerate Constructors scheme. All works should be carried out under normal working site hours. No Overtime working will be allowed unless specifically requested and instructed by the Project Supervisor on site through our CVI process. Should you fall behind with the agreed program there will be no reimbursement for any overtime working should you fall behind the agreed program. .

Markinch Town Hall Replacement Fire Alarm and Detection Installation

Fife Council | Published March 28, 2017
Winner
A.F.A Fire And Security
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The full installation shall comply with the conditions laid down in the Standard Conditions of Contract contained within the Bills of Quantity. It is recommended that tenderers visit the site to familiarise themselves with the full extent and nature of the works requires as no redress will be made at a later date for the lack of such knowledge. Disconnection and removal of the existing Fire Alarm System and the Supply, Installation, Commissioning and Maintenance, for defects period, of a new Fire Alarm System as specified on Drawing E(67)01 & 02. These works must be completed within the financial year therefore Tenderers must complete Contractor's requirements on page 23 or their tender shall be deemed Non-Compliant. For access to site please contact the Town Hall on 01592 611167 or 01592 750127 prior to site visit Any questions relating to the project must be posted through the PCS portal. Tenderers will be responsible for the removal and disposal of all their own rubbish and waste in line with the relevant criteria indicated in this document. All Fife Council Building Services, Construction sites operate a five point PPE system. Please note the Site will be run under the Considerate Constructors scheme. All works should be carried out under normal working site hours. No Overtime working will be allowed unless specifically requested and instructed by the Project Supervisor on site through our CVI process. Should you fall behind with the agreed program there will be no reimbursement for any overtime working should you fall behind the agreed program. .

Chapel Neighbourhood Centre Kirkcaldy PR5552373 Upgrade Fire Alarm

Fife Council | Published March 28, 2017
Winner
Scottish Security & Fire Systems
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The full installation shall comply with the conditions laid down in the Standard Conditions of Contract contained within the Bills of Quantity. It is recommended that tenderers visit the site to familiarise themselves with the full extent and nature of the works requires as no redress will be made at a later date for the lack of such knowledge. Disconnection and removal of the existing Fire Alarm System and the Supply, Installation, Commissioning and Maintenance, for defects period, of a new Fire Alarm System as specified on Drawing E(65)01. These works must be completed within the financial year therefore Tenderers must complete Contractor's requirements on page 23 or their tender shall be deemed Non-Compliant. For access to site please contact Jane Hoggins, Cluster Supervisor for the Kirkcaldy Area, on 01592 583363 prior to site visit. Any questions relating to the project must be posted through the PCS portal. Tenderers will be responsible for the removal and disposal of all their own rubbish and waste in line with the relevant criteria indicated in this document. All Fife Council Building Services, Construction sites operate a five point PPE system. Please note the Site will be run under the Considerate Constructors scheme. All works should be carried out under normal working site hours. No Overtime working will be allowed unless specifically requested and instructed by the Project Supervisor on site through our CVI process. Should you fall behind with the agreed program there will be no reimbursement for any overtime working should you fall behind the agreed program. .
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