Nottingham City Council's Deputyship Team manages the property and financial affairs of older people and vulnerable clients, who lack mental capacity to manage these themselves. The Deputyship Team is now seeking to secure the services of an Independent Financial Adviser for its clients who have significant assets.
This is an open tender to procure Independent Financial Advice to older people and vulnerable clients with assets above 75 000 GBP.
The successful provider will be a registered member of the Society of Later Life Advisers (SOLLA) and hold either a Diploma in Financial Planning or a Diploma in Regulated Financial Planning.
The contract award will be based upon the most economically advantageous tender.
Independent financial advice to manage the property and financial affairs of older people and vulnerable clients, who lack mental capacity to manage these themselves. The service is provided under a Court of Protection Deputyship Order.
Nottingham City Council is seeking to enter into a contract with a suitably competent Contractor to accept and process Clinical Waste. It should be noted that this contract is for the treatment and disposal of clinical waste and not a collection contract.
Clinical Waste is collected from a variety of locations within the City including private households and residential care homes. Approximately 160 tonnes of Clinical Waste was collected and transported for final disposal during the 2015/16 Financial Year.
Clinical waste treatment and disposal.