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Tender for the provision of a catering franchise at Belfast Zoological Gardens.

Belfast City Council | Published December 24, 2014
Winner
Kylemore Foods Group
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55520000

Provision of a catering franchise at Belfast Zoological Gardens.

Tender for the provision of a catering franchise at Belfast Zoological Gardens

Belfast City Council | Published August 11, 2014  -  Deadline September 12, 2014
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Tender for the provision of a catering franchise at Belfast Zoological Gardens

Tender for the provision of a catering franchise at Belfast Zoological Gardens

Belfast City Council | Published September 12, 2014  -  Deadline December 12, 2013
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T1383 - Tender for provision of a catering franchise at Belfast Zoological Gardens

Zoological garden services

Torfaen County Borough Council | Published April 11, 2017  -  Deadline May 8, 2017
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92532000, 92533000, 92534000

Appointment of a Partner to Operate Greenmeadow Community Farm located in Cwmbran, Torfaen.

Zoological garden services

Torfaen County Borough Council | Published May 11, 2017  -  Deadline May 10, 2017
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92532000, 92533000, 92534000

Appointment of a Partner to Operate Greenmeadow Community Farm located in Cwmbran, Torfaen.

Animal feedstuffs

Belfast City Council | Published November 9, 2017  -  Deadline December 11, 2017
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15700000

Supply and Delivery of Animal Feed to Belfast Zoological Gardens.

Animal Supplements.

Supply and delivery of animal feedstuffs to Belfast Zoological Gardens.

Supply and delivery of animal feed to Belfast Zoological Gardens.

Tender for a catering franchise at Belfast Zoo

Belfast City Council | Published March 23, 2016  -  Deadline September 24, 2010
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T952 Tender for the provision of a catering franchise at Belfast Zoological Gardens 

Tender for supply and delivery of browse and lucerne for Belfast Zoo

Belfast City Council | Published December 4, 2015  -  Deadline December 4, 2015
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T1596 - Tender for supply, delivery and offloading of browse and lucerne for Belfast Zoological Gardens

Tender for the provision of animal healthcare service at Belfast Zoo

Belfast City Council | Published January 20, 2014  -  Deadline February 21, 2014
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T1351 - Tender for the provision of an animal healthcare service at Belfast Zoological Gardens 

Tender for supply and delivery of animal feed to City of Belfast Zoo

Belfast City Council | Published March 25, 2013  -  Deadline April 26, 2013
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T1213 - Tender for the supply and delivery of animal feed to Belfast Zoological Gardens 

T1498 Supply of Fruit and Vegetables to Belfast Zoo

Belfast City Council | Published February 28, 2017  -  Deadline April 1, 2017
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T1498 Framework Agreement for the supply and delivery of a range of fruit, vegetables and other general food items for Belfast Zoological Gardens.

DISEASE RISK ANALYSIS AND HEALTH SURVEILLANCE FOR THE SPECIES RECOVERY PROGRAMME

DEPARTMENT FOR ENVIRONMENT, FOOD & RURAL AFFAIRS | Published August 3, 2016
Winner
The Zoological Society of London
cpvs
90711000

This is a partnership project between Natural England and the Institute of Zoology, Zoological Society of London(ZSL), the purpose of which is to utilise the expertise and experience of the two organisations to ensure that species recovery work is carried out to a high standard.

Provision of a Design Solution for Reconfiguring the Gloucester Slips Vehicle Park

The Royal Parks | Published August 13, 2014  -  Deadline September 12, 2014
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79415200, 71530000, 71313000, 71311210, 71311000, 71310000

The HS2 Euston site is very constrained in regards to working and storage space and the surrounding roads and streets are already congested. To mitigate the effects of construction vehicles, logistics are needed to efficiently manage vehicles to ensure they do not arrive and leave the Euston site entrances in large groups, thereby creating additional congestion on the existing road network. As part of this mitigation strategy, a lorry holding area is being considered at the Gloucester Slips Vehicle Park. The Royal Parks (TRP) is therefore inviting tenders for provision of a design solution for reconfiguring the Gloucester Slips Vehicle Park to accommodate the parking requirements of High Speed 2 (HS2), Zoological Society of London (ZSL) and TRP.

Appointment of a Partner to Operate Greenmeadow Community Farm

Torfaen County Borough Council | Published April 10, 2017
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92532000

Appointment of a Partner to Operate Greenmeadow Community Farm located in Cwmbran, Torfaen II.1.5) Estimated total value Value excluding VAT: 1 600 000.00 GBP II.1.6) Information about lots This contract is divided into lots: No II.2) Description II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 92533000 92534000 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKL16 Main site or place of performance: Greenmeadow Community Farm located in Cwmbran, Torfaen II.2.4) Description of the procurement Appointment of a Partner to Operate Greenmeadow Community Farm located in Cwmbran, Torfaen II.2.6) Estimated value Value excluding VAT: 1 600 000.00 GBP II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: Yes Identification of the project: Basic Farm Payment and Glastir via Welsh Government but funded under the Common Agricultural Policy of the EU Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information III.1) Conditions for participation III.1.4) Objective rules and criteria for participation As specified in the tender documents III.2) Conditions related to the contract III.2.1) Information about a particular profession Section IV: Procedure IV.1) Description IV.1.1) Type of procedure Procedure involving negotiations IV.1.11) Main features of the award procedure: As specified in the tender documents IV.2) Administrative information IV.2.2) Time limit for receipt of tenders or requests to participate Date: 08/05/2017 Local time: 12:00 IV.2.4) Languages in which tenders or requests to participate may be submitted EN CY Section VI: Complementary information VI.3) Additional information Torfaen County Borough Council is seeking to appoint a partner to operate Greenmeadow Community Farm located in Cwmbran, Torfaen. Greenmeadow Community Farm has been open to the public since 1991 and has developed into a Community based visitor attraction that caters for approximately 70,000 people per annum. Torfaen County Borough Council have undertaken an options appraisal at the Farm, looking at different delivery methods for its future development and sustainability. The preferred option is to look for a partner to operate under a Non Profit Distribution Organisation or Charitable model, although this is not exclusive and the Council will look at all available options to ensure the Community Farm remains able to operate to at least the current levels of opening and service offer. Torfaen County Borough Council currently own the building and grounds and will be looking for a partner to undertake the running of the provision on a long term lease. The Council will provide a subsidy (reducing over a set period) for an agreed time frame to allow the agreed partner a certain level of security. You are welcome to submit your application in English or in Welsh, each application will be treated equally. (WA Ref:65098) VI.4) Procedures for review VI.4.1) Review body Torfaen County Borough Council Civic Centre, Pontypool Torfaen NP4 6YB UK Telephone: +44 1495762200 Internet address(es) URL: www.torfaen.gov.uk VI.5) Date of dispatch of this notice 07/04/2017 Information added to the notice since publication. Additional information added to the notice since it's publication. No further information has been uploaded. Main Contact: andrew.maisey@torfaen.gov.uk Admin Contact: N/a Technical Contact: N/a Other Contact: N/a Commodity Categories Commodity Categories IDTitleParent Category 92533000Nature reserve servicesBotanical and zoological garden services and nature reserve services 92534000Wildlife preservation servicesBotanical and zoological garden services and nature reserve services 92532000Zoological garden servicesBotanical and zoological garden services and nature reserve services Delivery Locations Delivery Locations IDDescription 1016Gwent Valleys (Torfaen, Blaenau Gwent, Caerphilly) Alert Region Restrictions The buyer has restricted the alert for this notice to suppliers based in the following regions. Alert Region Restrictions There are no alert restrictions for this notice. Copyright © Sell2Wales Connect with us Email signup Subscribe to our email newsletter Subscribe Call us on 0800 222 9004 Accessibility| Privacy Policy & Cookies| Site map| Terms & Conditions| © Millstream Associates Limited 2017 //

Student Transport Services.

Bridgwater College | Published October 1, 2013
Winner
Webberbus Limited and Berrys Coaches
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60000000

Bridgwater is seeking a cost effective and efficient Student Transport Services provider, which complies with current and future legislation and supports its objectives to provide a safe and reliable facility to all our students. This document specifies the requirements for the management and provision of a Student and Staff Transport Service to / from the College and various other locations, locally and regionally. The contract shall be awarded for a 2 year period from September 2013 to September 2015 plus an option year to September 2016, subject to satisfactory performance and the outcome of periodic reviews. The requirement is split into lots. Tenderers may bid for 1 lot, a few lots, or all lots. Tenderers must specify in their expression of interest which lots they wish to bid for. Tenderers are asked to in the first instance to express an interest and to complete a PQQ. Successful applicants will then be invited to tender. a) Lot 1 : To transport students from Rolls Royce, Filton, Bristol in the morning to Bridgwater College, with a return journey later in the day. The details of this service are described below: From Rolls Royce, Filton, Bristol to Bridgwater College and back. Monday Between 30-37 passengers Tuesday Between 20-27 passengers Wednesday Between 20-27 passengers Thursday Between 30-37 passengers Friday Between 20-27 passengers Daily-Pick up at 7.00 am Daily-Return at 4.30 pm This requirement may be subject to change over the lifetime of the contract. b) Lot 2: Bridgwater College/ Weston Super Mare/Clevedon/Worle Clevedon, Worle and Weston Super Mare to Bridgwater College 250-300 passengers in total. Daily pick up at 7:44 am Return at 4:40pm This requirement may be subject to change over the lifetime of the contract. c) Lot 3: Bridgwater College/ Shepton Mallet Whitstone School, Shepton Mallet to Bridgwater College 30-50 passengers Daily pick up at 7.30am Return at 4:40pm This requirement may be subject to change over the lifetime of the contract. d) Lot 4: Transport of pupils from 2 schools to Bridgwater College Chilton School, Bridgwater to Bridgwater College Thursday - 8:45 Coach with 52 seats Weekly - Term time only Blake School, Bridgwater Bridgwater College Thursday - 8:45 Coach with 52 seats Weekly - Term time only Bridgwater College Chilton School Thursday 11:45 Coach with 52 seats Weekly - Term time only Bridgwater College Blake School Thursday 11:45 Coach with 52 seats Weekly - Term time only Chilton School Bridgwater College Friday 8:45 Coach with 52 seats Weekly - Term time only Blake School Bridgwater College Friday 8:45 Coach with 52 seats Weekly - Term time only Bridgwater College Chilton School Friday 11:45 Coach with 52 seats Weekly - Term time only Bridgwater College Blake School Friday 11:45 Coach with 52 seats Weekly - Term time only This requirement may be subject to change over the lifetime of the contract. e) Lot 5: Ad-Hoc Transport. There is a requirement on an ad hoc basis to transport students and staff locally, regionally and nationally to sporting events and educational field trips, University visits, Air Port runs, and Residentials as part of the students curriculum. Examples of these trips are provided below: Hampton Court Flower Show Coasteering, Torbay or North Devon Saltex Exhibition, Windsor Bath and West Showground Westonbirt Arboretum Brewhouse Theatre, Taunton Infrastructure Show, NEC Birmingham Dartmoor Zoological Park, Plymouth Marine Cammondo Challenge, Exeter Bristol Zoo Gardens University of Gloucester American Museum, Bath Cadbury Garden Centre Denmark Visit Rome visit MOD, Corsham Exmoor Hills, Somerset Dead Womans Ditch, Quantock Hills WestPoint, Exeter Oxford Brookes Uni Cutliffe Farm, Sherford Autosport International Racing Car 1.1 Current Provision and Requirements Please be aware that a small number of students with mobility difficulties may use this service. Where this is the case, the college will liaise with the contractor to agree appropriate arrangements e.g. vehicles should be DDA compliant. If you are awarded a contract with the College, the Contractor / drivers / conductors, where applicable, need to: — Hold an Educational permit; — Hold Enhanced CRB clearance — Adhere to the Contractor Safeguarding Policy and Procedures — Adhere to the College Safeguarding Policy and Procedures 2. Objectives of the College Transport Service The aim of the College Service will be to provide a high quality transport Service for the students and staff of the College. The following are identified as the key objectives which the Contractor (Service Operator) will be expected to address: Health and safety of all passengers Reliable and flexible Service Student and staff satisfaction Promoting positive relations with the wider community An environmentally sound service 3. The Contract 3.1 Contract Duration A Service for the provision of student transport is required between September 2013 to September 2015, with an option year to September 2016. 3.2 Contract Review a) The continuance of this contract beyond the first year is subject to satisfactory performance by the Contractor and the outcome of an annual College Service review. b) The College reserves the right to retender any part of, or this entire contract. 4. Variation to Services Flexibility will be required on occasions when the College needs to cancel or amend the Services outlined in Schedule B (Specification of Services). Certain lots or routes may be cancelled or amended during the lifetime of the contract. Please refer to Schedule B and C (Terms and Conditions for Transport Services) for contractual details. 4.1 Statutory Requirements a) The Contractor shall have obtained planning permission for the use of premises from which to operate a Coach or Bus / Minibus hire company. b) The Contractor shall hold, and provide the College with sight of, a valid Passenger Carrying Vehicle Operator"s Licence of the relevant classification as required by Section 12 of the Public Passenger Vehicles Act 1981, or a permit issued under Section 19 of the Transport Act 1985, which allows the operation of the Contract in the manner proposed, and periodically thereafter on request. a) Where applicable, the Contractor shall hold, and provide the College with sight of, a valid Radio Communication Agency Licence at all times throughout the provision of this Service. b) If a passenger is disabled and is dependent upon a guide, hearing or other assistance dog, the driver MUST allow the dog to be carried, at no charge, unless exempted under section 37 of the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 and the vehicle is clearly displaying the statutory exemption certificate. Refusal to carry an assistance dog without good reason or exemption is an offence, and the College shall inform the relevant authorities of any instances where the Contractor or his staff fail to comply with this legal requirement. 4.2 Service Requirements and Expectations a) The Contractor shall ensure the operational base is sufficiently equipped to fulfil the contractual obligations at all times. b) The Contract shall be invalid and liable to termination with immediate effect should an Operator"s Licence / Permit previously granted, be suspended, withdrawn or have conditions attached to it for any reason by the relevant authorities which prohibit the operation of this Contract. c) The Contractor shall establish a two-way communication system between drivers and the operating base whilst their vehicles are in transit, to enable information to be passed to the College in case of emergencies, or other untoward incidents, safeguarding the overall interests of all passengers. d) The Contractor shall provide all employees allocated to this Service with an Identification Card bearing their photograph (or a suitable company badge), to be carried / worn at all times, and which should be presented when requested by a representative of the College, any Passenger or the guardian / parent of any passenger. A sample copy of the ID card or badge shall be provided with the tender documents. e) The Contractor is responsible for providing a reliable and punctual service to meet the specification, which includes the provision of the vehicle and any appropriate equipment aids and adaptations, the driver, and a conductor / escort when required. f) The Contractor shall ensure (at his/her own cost) that adequate staff, vehicles and resources are available to deliver all journeys requested by the College within 10 minutes (pick-up and arrival) of the specified time, and shall have sufficient capacity and resources to quickly arrange the provision of Services for urgent or unforeseen work. The College will ensure for Ad hoc bookings that adequate notification is given. The acceptable timeframes shall be provided by the tenderer at tender stage. g) The Contractor shall co-operate in ensuring that an effective working relationship between the Contractor staff and College staff is maintained. h) The Contractor shall organise, in so far as practical, that the same vehicle / driver be used on Scheduled Regular Journeys to establish trust and co-operation between all parties involved, in particular between the drivers and the passengers and their parents / guardians. i) In the event that the Contractor is unable to fulfil a scheduled Regular Journey or confirmed Booking, the Contractor or the driver of the vehicle concerned shall notify the College as soon as possible.

Student Transport Services.

Bridgwater College | Published April 5, 2013  -  Deadline May 10, 2013
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60000000

Bridgwater is seeking a cost effective and efficient Student Transport Services provider, which complies with current and future legislation and supports its objectives to provide a safe and reliable facility to all our students. This document specifies the requirements for the management and provision of a Student and Staff Transport Service to / from the College and various other locations, locally and regionally. The contract shall be awarded for a 2 year period from September 2013 to September 2015 plus an option year to September 2016, subject to satisfactory performance and the outcome of periodic reviews. The requirement is split into lots. Tenderers may bid for one lot, a few lots, or all lots. Tenderers must specify in their expression of interest which lots they wish to bid for. Tenderers are asked to in the first instance to express an interest and to complete a PQQ. Successful applicants will then be invited to tender. a) Lot 1 : To transport students from Rolls Royce, Filton, Bristol in the morning to Bridgwater College, with a return journey later in the day. The details of this service are described below: From Rolls Royce, Filton, Bristol to Bridgwater College and back. — Monday Between 30-37 passengers — Tuesday Between 20-27 passengers — Wednesday Between 20-27 passengers — Thursday Between 30-37 passengers — Friday Between 20-27 passengers — Daily-Pick up at 7.00 am — Daily-Return at 4.30 pm This requirement may be subject to change over the lifetime of the contract. b) Lot 2: Bridgwater College/ Weston Super Mare/Clevedon/Worle Clevedon, Worle and Weston Super Mare to Bridgwater College 250-300 passengers in total. Daily pick up at 7.44 am Return at 4.40pm This requirement may be subject to change over the lifetime of the contract. c) Lot 3: Bridgwater College/ Shepton Mallet Whitstone School, Shepton Mallet to Bridgwater College 30-50 passengers Daily pick up at 7.30am Return at 4.40pm This requirement may be subject to change over the lifetime of the contract. d) Lot 4: Transport of pupils from 2 schools to Bridgwater College — Chilton School, Bridgwater to Bridgwater College Thursday - 8.45 Coach with 52 seats Weekly - Term time only. — Blake School, Bridgwater Bridgwater College Thursday - 8.45 Coach with 52 seats Weekly - Term time only. — Bridgwater College Chilton School Thursday 11.45 Coach with 52 seats Weekly - Term time only. — Bridgwater College Blake School Thursday 11.45 Coach with 52 seats Weekly - Term time only. — Chilton School Bridgwater College Friday 8.45 Coach with 52 seats Weekly - Term time only. — Blake School Bridgwater College Friday 8.45 Coach with 52 seats Weekly - Term time only. — Bridgwater College Chilton School Friday 11.45 Coach with 52 seats Weekly - Term time only. — Bridgwater College Blake School Friday 11.45 Coach with 52 seats Weekly - Term time only. This requirement may be subject to change over the lifetime of the contract. e) Lot 5: Ad-Hoc Transport. There is a requirement on an ad hoc basis to transport students and staff locally, regionally and nationally to sporting events and educational field trips, University visits, Air Port runs, and Residentials as part of the students curriculum. Examples of these trips are provided below: — Hampton Court Flower Show; — Coasteering, Torbay or North Devon; — Saltex Exhibition, Windsor; — Bath and West Showground; — Westonbirt Arboretum; — Brewhouse Theatre, Taunton; — Infrastructure Show, NEC Birmingham; — Dartmoor Zoological Park, Plymouth; — Marine Cammondo Challenge, Exeter; — Bristol Zoo Gardens; — University of Gloucester; — American Museum, Bath; — Cadbury Garden Centre; — Denmark Visit; — Rome visit; — MOD, Corsham; — Exmoor Hills, Somerset; — Dead Womans Ditch, Quantock Hills; — WestPoint, Exeter; — Oxford Brookes Uni; — Cutliffe Farm, Sherford; — Autosport International Racing Car. 1.1 Current Provision and Requirements Please be aware that a small number of students with mobility difficulties may use this service. Where this is the case, the college will liaise with the contractor to agree appropriate arrangements e.g. vehicles should be DDA compliant. If you are awarded a contract with the College, the Contractor / drivers / conductors, where applicable, need to: — Hold an Educational permit; — Hold Enhanced CRB clearance; — Adhere to the Contractor Safeguarding Policy and Procedures; — Adhere to the College Safeguarding Policy and Procedures. 2. Objectives of the College Transport Service The aim of the College Service will be to provide a high quality transport Service for the students and staff of the College. The following are identified as the key objectives which the Contractor (Service Operator) will be expected to address: — Health and safety of all passengers — Reliable and flexible Service — Student and staff satisfaction — Promoting positive relations with the wider community — An environmentally sound service 3. The Contract 3.1 Contract Duration A Service for the provision of student transport is required between September 2013 to September 2015, with an option year to September 2016. 3.2 Contract Review a) The continuance of this contract beyond the first year is subject to satisfactory performance by the Contractor and the outcome of an annual College Service review. b) The College reserves the right to retender any part of, or this entire contract. 4. Variation to Services Flexibility will be required on occasions when the College needs to cancel or amend the Services outlined in Schedule B (Specification of Services). Certain lots or routes may be cancelled or amended during the lifetime of the contract. Please refer to Schedule B and C (Terms and Conditions for Transport Services) for contractual details. 4.1 Statutory Requirements a) The Contractor shall have obtained planning permission for the use of premises from which to operate a Coach or Bus / Minibus hire company. b) The Contractor shall hold, and provide the College with sight of, a valid Passenger Carrying Vehicle Operator"s Licence of the relevant classification as required by Section 12 of the Public Passenger Vehicles Act 1981, or a permit issued under Section 19 of the Transport Act 1985, which allows the operation of the Contract in the manner proposed, and periodically thereafter on request. a) Where applicable, the Contractor shall hold, and provide the College with sight of, a valid Radio Communication Agency Licence at all times throughout the provision of this Service. b) If a passenger is disabled and is dependent upon a guide, hearing or other assistance dog, the driver MUST allow the dog to be carried, at no charge, unless exempted under section 37 of the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 and the vehicle is clearly displaying the statutory exemption certificate. Refusal to carry an assistance dog without good reason or exemption is an offence, and the College shall inform the relevant authorities of any instances where the Contractor or his staff fail to comply with this legal requirement. 4.2 Service Requirements and Expectations a) The Contractor shall ensure the operational base is sufficiently equipped to fulfil the contractual obligations at all times. b) The Contract shall be invalid and liable to termination with immediate effect should an Operator"s Licence / Permit previously granted, be suspended, withdrawn or have conditions attached to it for any reason by the relevant authorities which prohibit the operation of this Contract. c) The Contractor shall establish a two-way communication system between drivers and the operating base whilst their vehicles are in transit, to enable information to be passed to the College in case of emergencies, or other untoward incidents, safeguarding the overall interests of all passengers. d) The Contractor shall provide all employees allocated to this Service with an Identification Card bearing their photograph (or a suitable company badge), to be carried / worn at all times, and which should be presented when requested by a representative of the College, any Passenger or the guardian / parent of any passenger. A sample copy of the ID card or badge shall be provided with the tender documents. e) The Contractor is responsible for providing a reliable and punctual service to meet the specification, which includes the provision of the vehicle and any appropriate equipment aids and adaptations, the driver, and a conductor / escort when required. f) The Contractor shall ensure (at his/her own cost) that adequate staff, vehicles and resources are available to deliver all journeys requested by the College within 10 minutes (pick-up and arrival) of the specified time, and shall have sufficient capacity and resources to quickly arrange the provision of Services for urgent or unforeseen work. The College will ensure for Ad hoc bookings that adequate notification is given. The acceptable timeframes shall be provided by the tenderer at tender stage. g) The Contractor shall co-operate in ensuring that an effective working relationship between the Contractor staff and College staff is maintained. h) The Contractor shall organise, in so far as practical, that the same vehicle / driver be used on Scheduled Regular Journeys to establish trust and co-operation between all parties involved, in particular between the drivers and the passengers and their parents / guardians. i) In the event that the Contractor is unable to fulfil a scheduled Regular Journey or confirmed Booking, the Contractor or the driver of the vehicle concerned shall notify the College as soon as possible.
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