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Student Residential Furniture and Furnishings

Procurement Department | Published November 30, 2015  -  Deadline November 30, 2015
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To provide student residential furniture that meets the needs of Bournemouth University’s supply of student accommodation, either reactively when required, as part of an annual replacement strategy or for a planned refurbishment project.

Supply of Stationery & Office Furniture

Radian - ALL | Published January 2, 2016  -  Deadline January 4, 2016
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Radian is looking to appoint a supplier to supply a range of stationery and office furniture across the group Radian require a service that specifically includes: • Online ordering system; • Competitive prices; • Free delivery; • Delivery to specified locations at each site; • Range of ecological products/solutions; • Access to a wide range of quality products and brands; • Dedicated Account Manager throughout the term of the contract; • Discounted prices on core items;

DPS for The Supply of Early Years Furniture and Soft Play

Furniture Category | Published January 5, 2016  -  Deadline April 30, 2018
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DPS for The Supply of Early Years Furniture and Soft Play

Supply of Office Furniture - Amey Cespa

Amey Cespa | Published November 18, 2015  -  Deadline November 19, 2015
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Supply of Office Furniture - Amey Cespa

GSV1356-Provision of Valuation Of Historic Furniture And Decorative Arts Collection

Department of Facilities | Published January 15, 2016  -  Deadline January 18, 2016
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To provide two valuations; one for insurance and one of market value for the Historic Furniture and Decorative Arts Collection. The valuers will view 500 objects in situ and value the rest of the collection from images and information which will be provided by the Authority. The information is needed to be able to provide a valuation for the statutory financial accounts and for insurance purposes. The definition of Market Value for the purpose of this work is: The price of the item in its current state if sold at auction before deduction of any charges and excluding buyer’s premium. The provenance and history of the items must be taken into account when deciding on the valuation for Market Value and Insurance. The collection consists of approximately 9,423 items consisting of furniture, clocks and ceramics. Over half of the collection was designed by A.W.N. Pugin for the refurbishment of the palace after the fire of 1834. Another large section of furniture, approximately 2000 items, were designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott in the 1950s after the bombing of House of Commons during the Second World War. There are a number of items of national and international significance such as the thrones and the state bed. There are 234 clocks in the collection which were mostly designed by A.W.N. Pugin but there are a number of other Victorian clocks as well. There are around 100 ceramics, also designed by A.W.N. Pugin, with a very small number of other ceramic items. The rest of the collection consists of furniture such as chairs (5,875), tables (1,675), bookcases and cupboards (360), beds, mirrors and small items such as letter racks and ink stands. It is intended that the valuer would visually inspect and value 500 preselected items. The valuer will then value the rest of the collection from images and information provided from the collection database. We require an experienced valuer with extensive knowledge of A.W.N. Pugin and Scott furniture and the value of these items. The valuer should have experience dealing with large collections and compiling reports on collections of this scale.

LB Newham - MoneyWorks Refurbished White Goods/Furniture offer

capitalEsourcing | Published January 22, 2016  -  Deadline January 22, 2016
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The London Borough of Newham is seeking expressions of interest from organisations who wish to be considered as a potential partner for its affordable credit programme MoneyWorks. MoneyWorks is looking for a provider of high quality used and refurbished white goods and household furniture which will be offered with a finance purchase option provided by London Community Credit Union (LCCU), MoneyWorks’ ethical and affordable finance partner. This will sit alongside MoneyWorks’ advice and support services for residents within the London Borough of Newham to facilitate personal and economic resilience. 

The Supply of Folding Furniture

CCBS - County Supplies | Published January 14, 2016  -  Deadline January 14, 2016
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Hampshire County Council invites applications from suitably experienced organisations who wish to be considered for selection to tender for the supply of Folding Furniture which includes tables, seating and mobile folding table systems The Framework will commence on 1st March 2016 and will be for a period of three years with the option to extend for a further year. Interested parties should register their interest in the project via the In-Tend website https://in-tendhost.co.uk/hampshire, and complete and submit the tender return document together with any supporting information requested by 14.00 hrs on Thursday 14th January 2016. How to obtain the Tender Documents The Tender documents can be accessed when logged into In-Tend by selecting ‘View Details’ on the relevant tender advert and clicking the ‘Express Interest’ tab. Once in the tender there are five tabs – ‘Tender’, ‘ITT – documents’, ‘Correspondence’, ‘Clarifications’ & ‘History’. Select the 2nd tab (ITT - documents) where you will find useful information under ‘Tender Details’ continue to scroll down to the heading ‘Tender Documents Received’ where you will be able to view / download the documents. Opting In & Out Please note you are required to ‘Opt In’ before you can access the ‘My tender Return’ to start populating your response. The ‘Opt Out’ functionality will also be available throughout the duration of the tender process. Opting out will give you the option of declaring you no longer want to receive any further communication in relation to the this tender along with the opportunity of providing comments and feedback for this decision. You can choose to ‘Opt In’ at any time during the tender process if you initially decided to ‘Opt Out’. Further Guidance In addition, guidance on how to participate in a tender – download & upload documents / returns and if required, register your company (free of charge), can be found on the In-tend site under the ‘Help’ or ‘Information for Suppliers’ buttons. Receiving Notification Emails To ensure you receive email alerts and notifications from our system, please add the email domain `@in-tend.co.uk` to your Safe Senders list.

HCC Dec 2015 - The Supply of Metal Storage Furniture

HCC - Resources and Performance | Published January 12, 2016  -  Deadline January 12, 2016
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Hertfordshire County Council (the Contracting Authority) acting on behalf of the Participants, is leading on the procurement process to establish a Framework Agreement for the purchase of Metal Storage Furniture (hereinafter referred to as “Goods”) and is seeking suitably qualified Contractor(s) to supply the Goods under any Agreement resulting from this tendering exercise. A list of the Goods required is given in the Specification (Schedule 1) on the tender documents. The authorities that are participating in this tender exercise and any subsequent Agreement are listed below: Hampshire County Council Hertfordshire County Council The requirement is for the direct delivery of Goods to various locations throughout each Participating Authority. The Contracting Authority reserves the right however to include any other Consortium member, affiliate or associate who may wish to join this arrangement at a future date. The anticipated annual joint expenditure, for the Participating Authority’s on these Goods is presently circa £120,000 per annum, however the estimated annual range is between £60,000 to £350,000. The estimated total annual spend by each participating Authority can be broken down as follows - Hampshire £20,000 Hertfordshire £100,000 Any organisation that utilises this framework agreement shall do so under the terms and conditions of this Agreement. To access this procurement opportunity please visit www.supplyhertfordshire.co.uk and follow the on-screen guidance. This procurement is an Open (one stage) process. Suppliers wishing to take part in this project are invited to express which will give access to the full procurement documents in the e-tendering system. To be considered as a bidder you must complete and submit a bid by 12 noon on the Tender submission date. Please allow sufficient time to make your return as late bids will not be permitted by the system. No fixed list of the organisations is set out within this tender and no guarantee can be given as to the exact amount of business which may result from this tender exercise. However, the Contractor(s) will be expected to provide the service to any other local authority or other public sector body that is authorised by the Contracting Authority. The Contracting Authority reserves the right however to include any other Consortium member, affiliate or associate who may wish to join this arrangement at a future date. Any organisation that utilises this Framework Agreement will do so under the terms and conditions of this Framework Agreement, further to permission from the Contracting Authority. The Participating Authorities as part of the collaborative procurement agenda, seek to establish framework agreements for use by local authorities being the Central Purchasing Bodies as defined by the EU Combined Procurement Directive 2004/18/EC. The Framework Agreement may also be open for use by the following Administrative Regions of the United Kingdom/UK: All Local Government administered regions of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Regions in England: Reference may be made to the 9 highest tier of Regions:- East Midlands, West Midlands; East of England; South East; South West; North West; North East; Yorkshire & Humber; London, or to individual administering Councils, listed in the below link: https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/7448/1622442.pdf Northern Ireland: Administered across 26 Districts of Northern Ireland as listed in this link: http://www.nidirect.gov.uk/local-councils-in-northern-ireland Scotland: Administered across 32 Council areas as listed in this link: http://www.gov.scot/Publications/2012/02/2421/1 Wales: Administered across 22 Council areas: http://gov.wales/topics/localgovernment/unitary-authorities/?lang=en espo Member Authorities: https://www.espo.org/About-us-(1)/About-Us Nuts Codes: The European Journal template requires selection of a nuts code (Nomenclature of Territorial Units for Statistics) in an ojeu Notice, but regrettably, will not allow selection of more than one. Thus, where a notice refers to delivery/use in more than one specific region, but not throughout the uk, a nuts code will be selected that best reflects the region of greatest use. Where a notice refers to delivery/use within more than one specific region and also throughout the uk, the nuts code for 'uk' will be selected. Classification of user organisations referred to in ojeu notices- Local Authority Councils: County, Unitary, District, Borough, and Metropolitan Councils (Parish and Community Councils are also permissible users) - please refer to the links in the relevant Sections above entitled: Regions in England; Northern Ireland; Scotland; Wales. Educational Establishments: Nursery School, Primary School, Middle or High School, Secondary School, Academy, Special School, Pupil Referral Unit (pru), Further Education College, University. Schools in England https://www.gov.uk/find-school-in-england Scottish Schools Online http://www.educationscotland.gov.uk/scottishschoolsonline/ Schools in Wales http://hwb.wales.gov.uk/ Schools Database Northern Ireland http://apps.deni.gov.uk/appinstitutes/instmain.aspx Academies - https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/open-academies-and-academy-projects-in-development Universities and Colleges http://unistats.direct.gov.uk/institutions/ Police, Fire & Rescue & Maritime & Coastguard Agency Emergency Services: http://www.police.uk/forces.htm http://www.psni.police.uk/index.htm http://www.gov.scot/Topics/archive/law-order/Police/PoliceServiceofScotland http://www.fire.org.uk/fire-brigades.html http://www.nifrs.org/areas-districts/ http://www.mcga.gov.uk/c4mca/mcga07-home.htm http://www.firescotland.gov.uk/your-area.aspx nhs Bodies, the hsc (Northern Ireland) and Ambulance Services: http://www.nhs.uk/ServiceDirectories/Pages/AcuteTrustListing.aspx http://www.hscni.net/index.php?link=trusts http://www.show.scot.nhs.uk/organisations/ http://www.scottishambulance.com/TheService/organised.aspx http://www.wales.nhs.uk/nhswalesaboutus/structure Government Departments and Agencies - Public Sector National Classification Guide: http://www.ons.gov.uk/ons/publications/re-reference-tables.html?edition=tcm%3A77-336664 (choose: Public Sector classification spreadsheet) Registered Charities: http://apps.charitycommission.gov.uk/Showcharity/RegisterOfCharities/registerhomepage.aspx http://www.oscr.org.uk/ http://www.charitycommissionni.org.uk/ Registered Social Landlords:Government-funded, not-for-profit organisations that provide affordable housing. They include housing associations, trusts and cooperatives. http://www.communities.gov.uk/newsroom/factsandfigures/housingplanning1/facts/socialhousing/?id=1822644

Supply & Installation of Bedroom/Study Furniture

FXPLUS  | Published January 15, 2016  -  Deadline January 22, 2016
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Tender Reference: 774FXPlus OJEU Ref: 2015/S 244-443214 Falmouth Exeter Plus is looking to increase its current accommodation capacity by creating purpose built, shared study bedrooms at its Glasney Student Village at the Penryn Campus. Tenderers are invited to offer, deliver and install a solution that will allow for two units per room with the capability to alternate between the 2 functions of desk/workspace and bed in order to maximise room space (or one unit for 2 people). Additional storage will also be required within the room to offer enough capacity for double occupancy, including hanging space and some of shelves, drawers and overhead lockers. The accommodation is also required to offer appropriate single occupancy, if the room is not shared.

1321/MR Proposed Formation of Powders laboratory, University AMRC

Estates | Published December 3, 2015  -  Deadline December 3, 2015
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Tender Opportunity The University is seeking a contractor for the Proposed Formation of Powders laboratory, University of Sheffield, AMRC The project, located on the university's AMRC site at Catcliffe involves the conversion of an existing workshop and meeting room into a Powders Laboratory for Microscopy. The works are all internal and include demolition and remodelling works, mechanical and electrical strip out, installation of new mechanical and electrical equipment inclusive of compressed air, lighting, emergency lighting, fire detection, data, as well as the installation of specialist laboratory furniture, flooring, suspended ceilings and general redecoration. The ITT and full specification can be downloaded by registering and expressing your interest on the University's e-tendering system https://in-tendhost.co.uk/Sheffield. Completed tenders must be returned through the same e-tendering system. No ITT or specifications will be issued directly; these can only be accessed via the above route If you have any questions or comments in relation to this tender they must be submitted via the Intend System, this can be accessed at https://in-tendhost.co.uk/Sheffield The closing date for return of tenders is 12 noon on 4th December 2015(UK time).

Picture Frames for Quality of Leicester Images

Leicester City Council | Published December 14, 2015  -  Deadline December 15, 2015
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About City Hall City Hall as we know it was originally opened in 1938 to house the City of Leicester Municipal Offices. Designed by Leonard Barnish and H Spencer Silcock for an architecture competition in 1931, the Municipal Offices building was built by Leicester contractors J Chapman and Sons and was opened on 7 November 1938 by the then Lord Mayor of Leicester, Authoritylor Frank Acton. It was quickly recognised as one of the city’s most impressive 1930s buildings, built in the art deco style with a three arch entrance lobby decorated with cream Italian tuffaceous banded limestone and fine woodwork. The ground floor originally housed the Municipal Electric Company offices, showrooms and a demonstration hall (a basement auditorium complete with a dressing room), whilst the upper floor housed the offices of the many different departments that ran the city. One section of the basement was even fitted out as a nuclear bunker during the cold war. The Municipal Offices building was where generations of residents came to pay their electricity bills, rates and vehicle taxation, and in later years also housed De Montfort Hall’s box office. Latterly, it was home to Willie Thorne’s Snooker Hall. In refurbishing the building, it has been returned to its former glory and conservation officers have worked closely with Franklin Ellis Architects and Willmott Dixon Construction to sympathetically retain and enhance many of the building’s fine art deco features – including the original oil-on-copper paintings installed by the Municipal Electric Company. Nearly five decades after leaving the building for New Walk Centre, Leicester City Authority warmly welcomes more than 630 Authority staff ‘home’ to its impressive new City Hall headquarters. Parts of the first, second, third and fourth floors do not have art deco features and have a modern and contemporary look and feel. With oak doors and furniture, black carpet and chairs and glass frosted with images of the Authority cinque foil. Requirement The Authority is producing a richly illustrated guide to the city, which will include 200 pages and more than 500 photographs, mostly in colour. It will explore the city’s character, history and what makes Leicester different from other places. Taking readers from the Iron Age to the varied community of the time. The book will explore the pattern of building materials and styles, streets and open spaces, which make the city unique: the elements, which add up to the 'Quality of Leicester'. The Authority would like 100 of these photographs displayed inside the meeting rooms and in the waiting areas at City Hall. The meeting rooms have been finished to a very high standard and we expect the frames to be of the same quality. Firstly, the Authority would like to commission 3 x A2 size picture frames in a flat oak (real wood) frame with a slim inner black frame (see photograph 1). These are to be dry mounted with a 2mm clear float. The frame must complement the oak doors and furniture on the office levels in City Hall. Subject to approval, a further 97 x A2 sized picture frames and 4 x A1 sized picture frames will be commissioned. The printed photographs will be provided, ready for you to mount and frame. The frames supplied should be real wood. The council is looking for frames which have light oak outer with a slim inner black frame. Samples are to be sent to Leicester City Council and to be sent as a corner piece. Address is as follows: Katie Smith Leicester City Council Finance, Procurement 4th Floor, Rutland Wing 115 Charles Street, LE1 1FZ The samples shall be unreturnable and Leicester City Council shall not be expected to pay for the samples and nor for the delivery of them. Suppliers have an opportunity to view these large scale photographs as they have been used to furnish. The successful supplier will be required to hang the frames. During the process there will be a site visit to match the wood against the councils meeting room doors on Friday 4th December 2015. Times to be confirmed.

C0135B - PRIVATE SECTOR LEASING SCHEME

Economy | Published December 31, 2015  -  Deadline December 31, 2015
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Birmingham City Council awarded a three year contract for the Private Sector Leasing Scheme which will expire on the 22nd December 2016. Under the Scheme, private-sector landlords will make available up to 630 furnished properties of between one and six bedrooms for use as temporary accommodation for the homeless. This is through one of two ways: 1. Enter into three-year block contracts for specific properties and when required the potential of a further mini competition to extend the block contract. 2. Set-up a Framework that will enable the Council to ‘call-off’ further properties. In order to meet required numbers we are now inviting organisations and individual landlords to apply to be considered for inclusion on the Framework and in particular for the following property types: • Hostel type accommodation • 2 bedroom properties • 3 bedroom properties Repair and maintenance of the properties will continue to be the responsibility of the Landlord for the duration of the scheme. Properties supplied under the Scheme must meet the Decent Homes Standard (see http://www.birmingham.gov.uk/decenthomes) and must also have: • Secure front and rear doors with either a multipoint or five lever lock • Extractor fan fitted within the kitchen • Extractor fan fitted within the Bathroom • RCD, (residual current safety device) fitted to the electrical installation • Smoke detector and a carbon monoxide detector fitted • A satisfactory Landlords Electrical Safety Certificate from a recognised inspectorate body (e.g. NICEIC or ECA) • A satisfactory Landlords Safegas Safety Certificate (if gas is supplied to the property) A full property and furniture specification will be included with the tender documentation. The anticipated spend for the entire Scheme is approximately £5m per annum and that we will be contracting with a number of different Landlords under the Scheme. If you are interested in quoting for the Framework please click on the following link to access Birmingham City Council’s tender Portal:-. https://in-tendhost.co.uk/birminghamcc/ and submit your details to register as a bidder. We will send you a log on and password so you can download the Invitation to Tender (‘ITT’). There is no closing date for receipt of your ITT but once we have the required number of properties on the Framework then the opportunity will be closed. Location Birmingham Sector Housing

GSV1298 - Cleaning of the Parliamentary Estate

Department of Facilities | Published December 18, 2015  -  Deadline December 18, 2015
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The Houses of Parliament are tendering for cleaning services on the Parliamentary estate. The requirement is in two Lots. The contracts will be in place for an initial 5 years, with two further options to extend for a year each, to a maximum of 7 years. The Parliamentary Estate is made up of 15 buildings in the heart of Westminster; the majority of which are listed and include the Palace of Westminster which is Grade 1 listed and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Estate has both historic and valuable fixtures, fittings, furniture and art works the Contractor will be cleaning or working in proximity to. Cleaning methods, products and equipment must be suitable for working in this kind of environment and buildings. Lot 1 – General Cleaning; covers the cleaning of offices, circulation spaces, teapoints and toilets including the provision of roller towels and sanitary products. Some of these areas are cleaned by the in-house team of Cleaners in the House of Commons or by the in-house team of Housekeepers in the House of Lords and are therefore not part of this contract. All windows, gutters, gulleys, drains and outside spaces are included in this lot, as well as janitorial services and the purchasing of all necessary cleaning consumables for use by the Contractor. Lot 2 – Kitchens; covers the daily cleaning of a number of kitchen areas, front of house (bar and restaurant areas), staff toilet and changing areas, kitchen corridors, goods receiving areas, butchery and fish preparation areas, pot and plate wash areas as well as the lifts and stairwells used by the kitchen staff. This lot also covers additional periodic (fortnightly and monthly) kitchen cleans. The service includes all surfaces, equipment, light fittings, ventilation vents and grills, drip trays, grease gullies etc. During Parliamentary recesses, when venues are closed, scheduled deep cleans of kitchens are required. These will usually take place during the summer and Christmas recesses. The Contractor will be essential in helping ensure the kitchens achieve their high level of food hygiene rating standards (Westminster Council).

Provision of Residential Accommodation for the Language Academy

Customer Name | Published December 18, 2015  -  Deadline December 18, 2015
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The Language Academy at the University of Central Lancashire organises a range of courses for international students, language teachers and professional clients. The majority of the Language Academy's students are undergraduates from UCLan’s partner institutions in China, S. Korea and Japan, we also have students from other parts of the world and our clientele is expanding year on year. In addition to university students, we also run courses for language teachers and other professional people such as business people. In most cases, the Language Academy offers international students and other clients a package consisting of tuition, accommodation and leisure activities. We therefore need a reliable, local provider of high-quality accommodation to meet the sometimes quite exacting requirements of our students and clients. Students will usually stay in the accommodation for periods of between one and eight weeks, though we do sometimes have courses lasting several months. The majority of Language Academy courses take place during UCLan’s summer vacation, between late June and the end of August, in addition we have smaller numbers of students requiring accommodation year-round. The highest volume of accommodation required at any one time is likely to be around 160 single rooms in the mid-summer period. We are usually able to provide outline accommodation requirements about three months in advance and fairly firm numbers at least a month before the accommodation is required but the nature of our business means that we are not always able to provide completely accurate figures until closer to course dates. We are also looking to source the same type of accommodation, though on a smaller scale, between late January and March, when we run a Winter school for students from S.E. Asia. Highest volume at this time is likely to be 50-60 single rooms. Since accommodation plays such a significant role in an international student’s experience here in Preston, we are looking for a provider who has experience of working with international students, is sympathetic to aspects of cultural difference and can provide a welcoming, secure and comfortable environment. The Language Academy at UCLan is seeking an accommodation partner who can meet the following requirements: • Be located within easy walking distance of the UCLan Preston city campus and Preston city centre. • Provide modern, clean, furnished, single occupancy, ensuite, self-catering accommodation for international students and professional people attending Language Academy courses at UCLan. • Have a Reception area, staffed at certain times of day, to deal with enquiries and problems. • Bedroom furniture to include bed, wardrobe, desk, chair and bedside cabinet. • Bathroom fittings to include toilet, shower and washbasin. • Rent to include the provision of bedding and towels, which are changed weekly. • Provide communal kitchen facilities, shared with a maximum of 8 other people. • Kitchen equipment to include microwave, oven, fridge freezer, basic cooking and eating utensils and crockery. • Rent to include all utility bills and cost of high speed broadband access in the bedrooms. • Ensure a safe and secure environment for students with 24/7 security presence and CCTV. • Provide a communal leisure area with TV. • Self-service laundry facilities. • Ensure rapid response to any maintenance problems. • Provide wheelchair access if required. This is an Open EU procurement procedure, the ITT and full specification and supporting documents can be downloaded by registering and expressing your interest on the University's e-tendering system https://intendhost.co.uk/universitycentrallancs/aspx/Home If you have any questions or comments in relation to this tender they must be submitted via the In-tend portal. Completed tenders must be returned through the same e-tendering system. The closing date for return of the tender is 18th December 2015 at 10am (UK time). Firms are invited to study the requirement outlined in the tender documentation and provide their best bid to meet the needs identified.

Advertising & Sponsorship Agent for Roundabouts and Boundary Signs

Corporate Procurement | Published January 13, 2016  -  Deadline January 13, 2016
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This procurement is for a Service Provider to manage advertising and sponsorship on roundabouts and boundary signs across the borough of Sandwell to generate a sustainable annual income for the Council. The Service Provider is required to provide a OneStop Shop service for these assets and will assume responsibility for the day to day management of advertising and sponsorship for the asset portfolio including 55 roundabouts and 30 boundary signs. The management of these assets will include sales and marketing, preparation of proposals, Planning and Highways engagement and approval, preparation and issue of contracts for sponsor organisations, design, production and installation of signs, invoicing and collection of fees, scheme monitoring and maintenance and contract management. The Service Provider is required to maintain an Open Book accounting policy with the council and is obliged to maintain financial transparency at all times. The Agreement between Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council and the successful Service Provider will be for a maximum period of 8 years. The exact Agreement period and any extension options will be agreed with the successful Service Provider upon award of the Agreement. The minimum Agreement period to be awarded by Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council will be 3 years. The Council has potential future opportunities for selling advertising on other channels which could include, but not limited to: - • Digital screens • Billboard posters • Bridges • Buildings • Car Parks • Events • Information Technology e.g. website, social media, etc • Street furniture e.g. Lighting Columns • Publications • Recycling • Flowerbeds and Verges • Bins • Uniforms • Pay slips • Vehicles • Christmas lights • Parks and open spaces • Information boards These channels could be made available to the Service Provider to sell advertising on at any point during the Agreement period if it is deemed appropriate and at the absolute discretion of the Council. The Service provider will need to be flexible and agile by responding to the Council’s changing access to assets and opportunities to generate income through the means of advertising and sponsorship. This could result in further future opportunities for the Service Provider as the Council identifies additional channels and assets. The Council are following the open procedure for this procurement and the ITT and related documents will be available to Service Providers upon an expression of interest on the Sandwell MBC In-tend Supplier Portal. If you would like to tender for this Agreement, please visit https://in-tendhost.co.uk/sandwellmbc to access the Sandwell MBC In-tend Supplier Portal. You will be required to login using an existing account or register a new one. To register a new account, from the homepage click on 'Register' to complete the simple registration process and receive your unique login details. Once you have registered your company and received your login details, from the homepage enter your email address and password then click 'Login'. Once logged into the system, click on 'Tenders' from the top menu bar to list all the current opportunities. Once you have found the relevant opportunity you should click on 'View Details'. You will then have access to the 'Express Interest' button at the bottom of the screen which will provide you with immediate access to the ITT and related documents. Once you have reviewed the ITT documentation please inform us of your decision to participate by selecting either 'Opt In' or 'Opt Out'. In order to access the online Questionnaire and submit a response, you will be required to 'Opt In'. All enquiries related to the ITT should be directed through the Sandwell MBC In-tend Supplier Portal 'Correspondence' function by no later than 17:30hrs on 8th January 2016. The Council is under no obligation to respond to any enquiries received after this date. ITT's must be submitted through the Sandwell MBC In-tend Supplier Portal by no later than 15:00hrs on 14th January 2016 which is the date fixed for submission of responses to the ITT. The last date for expressions of interest on the Sandwell MBC In-tend Supplier Portal will be 23:59hrs on 13th January 2016. For a Step by Step user guide to the Sandwell MBC In-tend Supplier Portal please click on the 'Guidance for Suppliers' section of the website located on the top menu bar. All procurement responses must be carried out via the Sandwell MBC In-tend Supplier Portal. If you require further assistance in respect of the Sandwell MBC In-tend Supplier Portal please contact the In-tend support team on +44 844 272 8810. Important notice: To ensure our emails reach your inbox please add our email domain sandwellmbc@in-tend.co.uk to your safe senders and check your spam filter settings. Thank you.
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