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Sale of Unit C Elliott Road, West Howe Industrial Estate, Bournemouth

Bournemouth Borough Council | Published December 1, 2014  -  Deadline February 13, 2015
cpvs
70000000

Bournemouth Borough Council is offering for sale, a detached unit at Unit C Elliott Road, West Howe Industrial Estate, Bournemouth BH11 8JP. All sale particulars are available from the tendering portal (www.supplyingthesouthwest.org.uk) and the sale is being solely managed by Sibbett Gregory on 01202 661177 who are also the contact for viewing this property. Final Bids will be required to be uploaded to the tendering portal by 13 February 2015 at 2pm. NO paper bids will be accepted. Important information - PLEASE READ Interested parties in this opportunity should express their interest by clicking on the 'login and register interest' button below. New users to the system must register first to obtain a user name and password before returning to this opportunity. Please refer to the suppliers guide 'Visiting Site for the First Time' by clicking the 'Help' button. Once suppliers have expressed their interest they can access the procurement documentation from 'My Opportunities' on the home page.

Housing Development at Wallace Crescent, Plean

Stirling Council | Published December 5, 2014
Winner
Hadden Construction Limited
cpvs
391000, 391010

Stirling Council requires an experienced main contractor to construct(12) No. high quality properties for Housing Services. The new houses are to be situated within a site of previous light industrial use within the village of Plean. Fully detailed drawings and specification for Architectural, M&E and structural engineer packages will be available to those contractors making it to the list of tenderers. The contract will be managed using the Standard Building Contract with Quantities for use in Scotland.

3RP005-501 - Annual Survey of the Scottish Organics Recycling Industry 2014

Zero Waste Scotland Ltd | Published July 6, 2015  -  Deadline July 31, 2015
cpvs
182200, 182211, 182212, 182213, 189999

A survey of the organics reprocessing industry has been undertaken since the mid-1990s, originally by The Composting Association (with WRAP support in later years) and more recently by WRAP with the support of the Anaerobic Digestion and Biogas Association (ADBA), the Environmental Services Association (ESA), the Renewable Energy Association (REA) and the Organics Reprocessing Group within the REA (ORG, formerly AfOR). The additional sector bodies have been included in recognition of the diverse range of technologies now operating in the organics reprocessing sector and to enable representation of the wider industry. The most recent study covered the calendar year 2013, for which the fieldwork was conducted in spring 2014. A copy of the UK AD report can be found on the WRAP website at http://www.wrap.org.uk/content/survey-uk-anaerobic-digestion-industry-2013 and the full Scottish organics report (including the composting sector, which was not covered at the UK level) can be found at http://www.zerowastescotland.org.uk/content/survey-organics-reprocessing-industry-scotland-2013-0. This tender covers a repeat survey, but covering Scotland only. The new survey is to be conducted during August, September 2015 and will cover the calendar year 2014. This will enable a high level of detail to be collected on the organics reprocessing sector in Scotland, as well as specific questions to be asked about Zero Waste Scotland’s contribution to the sector in recent years, and about opportunities going forward. In Scotland the data collected is widely used by industry bodies, Zero Waste Scotland, and funders to monitor inputs, outputs and markets and is regarded as the definitive data on the sector. The annual report is a valuable source of trend data, as well as a means of capturing the results of Zero Waste Scotland’s work within the sector and the markets. Although this is being commissioned as a Scottish survey, it is likely the data and results generated may be used by WRAP, or by industry, in constructing any future UK analysis, and this should be a consideration during data collection and analysis. This will also facilitate future comparison of Scottish and UK trends.

3RP005-501 - Annual Survey of the Scottish Organics Recycling Industry 2014

Zero Waste Scotland Ltd | Published August 25, 2015
Winner
Ricardo-Aea
cpvs
182200, 182211, 182212, 182213, 189999

A survey of the organics reprocessing industry has been undertaken since the mid-1990s, originally by The Composting Association (with WRAP support in later years) and more recently by WRAP with the support of the Anaerobic Digestion and Biogas Association (ADBA), the Environmental Services Association (ESA), the Renewable Energy Association (REA) and the Organics Reprocessing Group within the REA (ORG, formerly AfOR). The additional sector bodies have been included in recognition of the diverse range of technologies now operating in the organics reprocessing sector and to enable representation of the wider industry. The most recent study covered the calendar year 2013, for which the fieldwork was conducted in spring 2014. A copy of the UK AD report can be found on the WRAP website at http://www.wrap.org.uk/content/survey-uk-anaerobic-digestion-industry-2013 and the full Scottish organics report (including the composting sector, which was not covered at the UK level) can be found at http://www.zerowastescotland.org.uk/content/survey-organics-reprocessing-industry-scotland-2013-0. This tender covers a repeat survey, but covering Scotland only. The new survey is to be conducted during August, September 2015 and will cover the calendar year 2014. This will enable a high level of detail to be collected on the organics reprocessing sector in Scotland, as well as specific questions to be asked about Zero Waste Scotland’s contribution to the sector in recent years, and about opportunities going forward. In Scotland the data collected is widely used by industry bodies, Zero Waste Scotland, and funders to monitor inputs, outputs and markets and is regarded as the definitive data on the sector. The annual report is a valuable source of trend data, as well as a means of capturing the results of Zero Waste Scotland’s work within the sector and the markets. Although this is being commissioned as a Scottish survey, it is likely the data and results generated may be used by WRAP, or by industry, in constructing any future UK analysis, and this should be a consideration during data collection and analysis. This will also facilitate future comparison of Scottish and UK trends.
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