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Forestry services

Forestry Commission | Published April 5, 2017  -  Deadline May 25, 2017
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77200000

The Forestry Commission will be awarding a framework agreement for the supply of felling, and extraction of timber to roadside from a number of sites within Central England Forest District within Cannock, Sherwood, Lincolnshire and National Forest Beats.

The Forestry Commission will be awarding a framework agreement for the supply of felling, and extraction of timber to roadside in Repton.

The Forestry Commission will be awarding a framework agreement for the supply of felling, and extraction of timber to roadside in Bishops.

The Forestry Commission will be awarding a framework agreement for the supply of felling, and extraction of timber to roadside in Cannock.

The Forestry Commission will be awarding a framework agreement for the supply of felling, and extraction of timber to roadside in Sherwood.

The Forestry Commission will be awarding a framework agreement for the supply of felling, and extraction of timber to roadside in Lincolnshire.

The Forestry Commission will be awarding a framework agreement for the supply of felling, and extraction of timber to roadside at Pit Tip Sites.

Forestry services

Forestry Commission | Published April 14, 2017  -  Deadline June 26, 2017
cpvs
77200000

The Forestry Commission will be awarding a framework agreement for ground preparation operations in Bowland, Grizedale and North and West Lake District.

Agricultural, forestry, horticultural, aquacultural and apicultural services

Rutland County Council | Published April 12, 2017  -  Deadline May 15, 2017
cpvs
77000000, 77211500

Arboricultural Services (tree maintenance services, including planting, felling, pruning etc.) on behalf of Rutland County Council and Melton Borough Council.

Rutland County Council (RCC) on behalf of RCC and Melton Borough Council are seeking to procure the services of a reputable, experienced, reliable and skilled arboricultural services provider to provide planned and reactive arboricultural services/tree maintenance services across each of these local authorities for an initial period of 5 years with the option to extend for up to a maximum of 5 further years subject to performance.

The appointed services provider will also be available to provide services to town councils and parish councils within the County of Rutland and Borough of Melton as required.

The appointed services provider must have sufficient capacity, capability, experience and resources — equipment, plant and suitably qualified and experienced operatives — to fulfil the Councils' requirements.

These include the capacity to respond to emergency ‘call-outs’ 24/7 throughout the year within a maximum of 2 hours, that is 2 hours from initial contact to arriving on site.

Agricultural, forestry, horticultural, aquacultural and apicultural services

Red Kite Community Housing | Published March 25, 2017  -  Deadline April 28, 2017
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77000000, 77314000, 77340000, 77231500, 77211500, 77211400

Red Kite Community Housing owns and manages approximately 6 700 properties within Wycombe District and is inviting expressions of interest from suitably experienced and qualified service providers to provide the following services:

— Grounds maintenance service.

— Tree management consultancy.

— Tree maintenance works.

The grounds maintenance services to be delivered under this contract will be based on an output specification. Contractors must determine how much time and resource to allocate to each element in order to achieve the required standards.

The service to be provided is a proactive tree inspection service to provide an annual report, a reactive tree inspection service as and when required and a follow-up inspection and verification of tree works completed.

A tree maintenance service is required to carry out works ordered in line with the recommendations of the annual risk assessment and inspection report, together with ad hoc tree maintenance tasks as and when required.

Agricultural, farming, fishing, forestry and related products

Defra Network eTendering Portal | Published March 30, 2017  -  Deadline April 27, 2017
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03000000, 77000000, 80000000

The Authority is conducting an Open Procedure to procure a Contractor to deliver a Bovine Tuberculosis Advisory Service. The purpose of the Service is to reduce the impact of bovine tuberculosis (bTB) on farms resulting in improved farm productivity by providing bespoke tailored advice, both over the phone and on farm.

The Authority is conducting an Open Procedure to procure a Contractor to deliver a Bovine Tuberculosis Advisory Service to improve farm productivity in England. The aims of the Service will be to achieve productivity gains to the English cattle herd by reducing the incidence and impact of bTB herd breakdowns in England.

The Service's main activity will be to provide support to Businesses in the target market in the form of farm advice visits and/or telephone advice. The Service, whilst being a stand-alone project, will complement the industry-led TB Hub. The Contractor will require 2 years relevant experience in project management, co-ordination and reporting skills to enable delivery and ensure delivery is compliant with the regulatory requirements.

See ITT documentation for indication of order of magnitude of services required.

Agricultural, farming, fishing, forestry and related products

Agriculture & Horticulture Development Board | Published March 30, 2017  -  Deadline April 27, 2017
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03000000

The AHDB Cereals and Oilseeds Recommended Lists for cereals and oilseeds are the definitive industry guide to cereal and oilseed varieties, giving levy-payers the information they need to select the correct variety for their businesses. The data on which the Recommended Lists are produced are based on the evaluation of field performance of a range of varieties of crops under cultivation in the UK. Variety trials and tests are conducted at numerous locations (trial sites) throughout the UK. The seed for these trials/tests is provided by the Seed Handling Operator who, following instructions from AHDB Cereals and Oilseeds, receives seed from a number of seed suppliers, applies a standard seed treatment to each variety, weighs the seed into small seed packets and then distributes these packets (via a carrier) to the nominated trial sites.

The list of the varieties under test is referred to as the ‘sowing lists’ and these are determined by AHDB Cereals and Oilseeds.

The AHDB Cereals and Oilseeds Recommended Lists for cereals and oilseeds are the definitive industry guide to cereal and oilseed varieties, giving levy-payers the information they need to select the correct variety for their businesses. The data on which the Recommended Lists are produced are based on the evaluation of field performance of a range of varieties of crops under cultivation in the UK. Variety trials and tests are conducted at numerous locations (trial sites) throughout the UK. The seed for these trials/tests is provided by the Seed Handling Operator who, following instructions from AHDB Cereals and Oilseeds, receives seed from a number of seed suppliers, applies a standard seed treatment to each variety, weighs the seed into small seed packets and then distributes these packets (via a carrier) to the nominated trial sites.

The list of the varieties under test is referred to as the ‘sowing lists’ and these are determined by AHDB Cereals and Oilseeds.

This tender deals with the processing of seed for these trials and tests, i.e. the receipt, handling, treatment, packeting and despatch of seed. AHDB is looking to secure an operator who is able to deliver these services.

Agricultural, forestry, horticultural, aquacultural and apicultural services

Natural Resources Wales | Published March 30, 2017  -  Deadline May 2, 2017
cpvs
77000000

Contract for stem injection to reduce the spread of Phytophthora Ramorum amongst Larch trees.

Contractor(s) to provide a service for Stem Injection of Larch to control the spread of the Phytophthora Ramorum disease.

Chemical Injection Tree Disease Control.

Agricultural, forestry, horticultural, aquacultural and apicultural services

Rutland County Council | Published April 15, 2017  -  Deadline May 26, 2017
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77000000, 77211500

Arboricultural Services (tree maintenance services, including planting, felling, pruning etc) on behalf of Rutland County Council and Melton Borough Council.

Architectural, construction, engineering and inspection services

Forestry Commission | Published March 18, 2017  -  Deadline April 24, 2017
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71000000, 77000000

Structural engineering inspection of recreation artefacts on Forestry Commission sites.

Structural engineering inspection of recreation artefacts on Forestry Commission sites in North England.

Structural engineering inspection of recreation artefacts on Forestry Commission sites in Yorkshire.

Structural engineering inspection of recreation artefacts on Forestry Commission sites in Central England.

Structural engineering inspection of recreation artefacts on Forestry Commission sites in West England and Westonbirt.

Structural engineering inspection of recreation artefacts on Forestry Commission sites in East England.

Structural engineering inspection of recreation artefacts on Forestry Commission sites in South England.

Aggregates

Forestry Commission | Published March 25, 2017  -  Deadline April 24, 2017
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14212200, 77200000

The Forestry Commission will be awarding a framework agreement for the supply of dry aggregates within North England Forest District. The Forestry Commission has a need for aggregate for un-bound forest roads and footpaths across the forest district. Quantities will vary according to investment on new infrastructure and maintenance of existing facilities, at various un-specified times throughout the year.

The Forestry Commission will be awarding a framework agreement for the supply of dry aggregates in Kielder and North East Northumberland.

The Forestry Commission will be awarding a framework agreement for the supply of dry aggregates in Hamsterley & East Northumberland.

The Forestry Commission will be awarding a framework agreement for the supply of dry aggregates in South Lake District and Bowland Forest.

The Forestry Commission will be awarding a framework agreement for the supply of dry aggregates in West Lake District.

The Forestry Commission will be awarding a framework agreement for the supply of dry aggregates in Whinlatter, Kershope and Spadeadam.

Development consultancy services

Scottish Government | Published April 21, 2017  -  Deadline May 25, 2017
cpvs
73220000

1. The Scottish Rural Network Support Unit at Directorate of Agriculture and Rural Economy in the Scottish Government requires a single service provider to set up and run an Innovation Support Service.

2. The Innovation Support Service is aimed at increasing collaborative innovation in the agricultural, food and drink and forestry sectors in Scotland through active engagement with farmers, landowners, crofters, other businesses in the food and drink supply chain.

The Innovation Support Service will:

— act as an ‘innovation broker’ putting farmers, landowners and crofters in touch with the people they need to work with and vice versa (e.g. researchers, other businesses in the food and drink supply chain, NGOs, consultants etc.). This should enable them to share information, find the solution to an issue identified or to realise a specific new approach or idea they have (innovation opportunity),

— actively promote the benefits of collaboration to foster innovation and facilitate the dissemination of information about innovation projects/approaches in agriculture and forestry,

— form part of a wider package of support for innovation. The service provider will be expected to work closely with others to ensure a joined up approach is taken.

— be expected to work with Scotland Europa and other relevant organisations to help groups carrying out innovation projects in agriculture and forestry take part in Horizon 2020, Eurostars and other EU funded projects.

Structural Engineering Inspections of Recreation Artefacts

Forestry Commission | Published March 19, 2017  -  Deadline April 24, 2017
cpvs
71000000

Structural engineering inspection of recreation artefacts on Forestry Commission sites.

Framework for Dry Aggregates: North England

Forestry Commission | Published March 26, 2017  -  Deadline April 24, 2017
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14212200

The Forestry Commission will be awarding a framework agreement for the supply of dry aggregates within North England Forest District. The Forestry Commission has a need for aggregate for un-bound forest roads and footpaths across the forest district. Quantities will vary according to investment on new infrastructure and maintenance of existing facilities, at various un-specified times throughout the year.

Contract for Cleaning at Haldon Forest Park

Forestry Commission | Published April 12, 2017  -  Deadline May 12, 2017
cpvs
90910000

The Forestry Commission will be awarding a contract for cleaning of the Rangers Office and Public Facilities Complex at Haldon Forest Park and Forestry Commission Offices at Bullers Hill, Kennford, Exeter, EX6 7XR, comprising of toilets, offices, kitchen and communal areas.

Protective and safety clothing

National Procurement Service (Welsh Government) | Published April 14, 2017  -  Deadline May 16, 2017
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35113400, 18100000, 18110000, 18130000, 18420000, 18810000, 18811000, 18221000, 18222000, 18410000, 18224000, 18140000, 18832000, 18000000, 39222000, 18113000, 18141000, 18831000, 33199000, 33735100, 33141420, 18400000, 18424000, 18424300, 33141400, 35113000, 18444100, 18143000, 18444000, 18142000, 44611200

The National Procurement Service on behalf of the Welsh Public Sector wishes to establish a collaborative framework agreement for The Supply Of High Visibility, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), Uniforms, Workwear and Leisurewear to the public sector in Wales. This procurement is being conducted by the National Procurement Service (NPS), which is a division of the Welsh Government. As a consequence of the Government of Wales Act 2006, the contracting party will be the Welsh Ministers. Any agreement that is established as a result of this procurement exercise will be managed by NPS.

Workwear & Uniforms.

Corporate Suiting.

Technical Outdoorwear.

Leisurewear.

Catering Clothing.

Forestry Clothing.

Waterwear.

Laboratory Clothing.

Occupational clothing, special workwear and accessories.

Single Provider with the ability to provide all the goods and services contained within Lots 1-10.

Personal Protection Equipment.

Framework for Ground Preparation North

Forestry Commission | Published April 15, 2017  -  Deadline June 26, 2017
cpvs
77200000

The Forestry Commission will be awarding a framework agreement for ground preparation operations in Bowland, Grizedale and North and West Lake District.

Civil engineering support services

Forestry Commission | Published March 11, 2017  -  Deadline May 12, 2017
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71311100, 45500000

Forest Enterprise Scotland (FES) manages the National Forest Estate in Scotland on behalf of the Scottish Ministers.

To carry out the management of the National Forest Estate the FES requires Civil Engineering Works to support access to, and management of the National Forest Estate.

The core civil engineering works are to deliver the construction and maintenance of the forest road network and associated infrastructure such as harvesting facilities and extractives sites (quarries). The forest roads activity is critical to and driven by the harvesting and marketing of timber. It also supports all other access and management activities. This includes providing a high quality of public access.

In order to carry out the management of the National Forest Estate, Forest Enterprise Scotland requires Civil Engineering Works to support access to, and management of the Estate.

The core civil engineering works are to deliver the construction and maintenance of the forest road network and associated infrastructure such as harvesting facilities and extractives sites (quarries). The forest roads activity is critical to and driven by the harvesting and marketing of timber. It also supports all other access and management activities. This includes providing a high quality of public access.

The works may be programmed several months in advance but will also include unpredictable work that has to be delivered at short notice. Examples of short notice work include reactive maintenance or responding to timber marketing requirements.

Because of the nature of forest roads, the impacts of weather and the varying demands from the timber supply chain it is not possible to say with certainty what work will be required.

In addition to this core work the scope also includes emergency and incidental civil engineering works that require the same competencies and machinery. Examples include drainage works, constructing and maintaining tracks and ways, maintenance of paths, car parks and emergency works such as clearing debris flows and landslips

For more information on the Forestry Commission, Forest Enterprise Scotland and the Forest Districts please see www.forestry.gov.uk

The works are in the scope of the Construction Design and Management Regulations.

The works are to be carried out to the United Kingdom Forestry standard and the associated guidelines.

All the relevant information can be obtained by accessing the Invitation to tender on the PCST electronic tendering system.

In order to carry out the management of the National Forest Estate, Forest Enterprise Scotland requires Civil Engineering Works to support access to, and management of the Estate.

The core civil engineering works are to deliver the construction and maintenance of the forest road network and associated infrastructure such as harvesting facilities and extractives sites (quarries). The forest roads activity is critical to and driven by the harvesting and marketing of timber. It also supports all other access and management activities. This includes providing a high quality of public access.

The works may be programmed several months in advance but will also include unpredictable work that has to be delivered at short notice. Examples of short notice work include reactive maintenance or responding to timber marketing requirements.

Because of the nature of forest roads, the impacts of weather and the varying demands from the timber supply chain it is not possible to say with certainty what work will be required.

In addition to this core work the scope also includes emergency and incidental civil engineering works that require the same competencies and machinery. Examples include drainage works, constructing and maintaining tracks and ways, maintenance of paths,car parks and emergency works such as clearing debris flows and landslips

For more information on the Forestry Commission, Forest Enterprise Scotland and the Forest Districts please see www.forestry.gov.uk

The works are in the scope of the Construction Design and Management Regulations.

The works are to be carried out to the United Kingdom Forestry standard and the associated guidelines.

All the relevant information can be obtained by accessing the Invitation to tender on the PCST electronic tendering system.

Harvesting in Central England

Forestry Commission | Published April 6, 2017  -  Deadline May 25, 2017
cpvs
77200000

The Forestry Commission will be awarding a framework agreement for the supply of felling, and extraction of timber to roadside from a number of sites within Central England Forest District within Cannock, Sherwood, Lincolnshire and National Forest Beats.

Contract for 2 Year Delivery Phase Finance Manager - Trailing the Hidden Heritage of High Lodge

Forestry Commission | Published March 29, 2017  -  Deadline April 26, 2017
cpvs
66171000

The Forestry Commission will be awarding a contract for Delivery Phase Finance Manager, which is a two year Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) Project. Funding has been approved by HLF however we are still waiting for the Planning Permission to be approved.

Contract for 2 Year Delivery Phase Project Manager - Trailing the Hidden Heritage of High Lodge

Forestry Commission | Published March 29, 2017  -  Deadline April 26, 2017
cpvs
72224000

The Forestry Commission will be awarding a contract for Delivery Phase Project Manager, which is a two year Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) Project. Funding has been approved by HLF however we are still waiting for the Planning Permission to be approved.