These services are requested and used on behalf of the Authority via the Dog Warden Service which is part of the Environmental & Development Services (EDS) Directorate.
The potential provider(s) must have valid Animal Boarding Licenses which have been granted by the local authority. As standard the provider(s) should be compliant with the Dangerous Dogs Act 1991, or any regulations made under the 1991 Act; Environmental Protection Act 1990 and Clean Neighbourhoods and Environment Act 2005, and or any subsequent changes that may occur to these regulations.
The service section requires the following as part of the agreement;
The Authority is requesting in total fifteen (15) kennels to be made available exclusively for this framework agreement, either through one provider or a selection of providers.
This Framework agreement is for 4 years, extended yearly subject to the provider(s) performance, RMBC reserves the right to use more than one supplier if required.
The Costs for the kennels should be fixed and firm throughout the term of this agreement
Wherever possible the provider(s) to try and re-home the dogs.
All Veterinary, medication and pre-vaccinations, need to be pre-approved by a RMBC Authorised Officer before been administered and charged.
Agree a schedule of Rates for medical treatments.
Compliance visits to be undertaken prior to the awarding of this agreement
The Provider shall have Insurance policies in place that cover requirements.
Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council requires vehicles, drivers and passenger assistants to transport Children and Young People. The passengers’ age range is between 0 to 19 years with special educational needs and disabilities including various medical, physical conditions and challenging behaviours.
Vehicles with wheelchair accessibility and passenger assistants will be required.
Details of all the routes will be provided within the tender documentation.
Tender documentation can be downloaded from the YORtender portal at www.yor tender.co.uk. The YORtender contract reference is 9X5J-M3RE5C
North of England Commissioning Support (NECS) are working for and on behalf of NHS England, Yorkshire and The Humber Area Team who wishes to tender for an Alternative Provider of Medical Services Contract for Lundwood and Highgate GP Surgeries in the Barnsley area.
The aim of the service is to deliver essential, additional and enhanced services to registered patients from a premises located at Lundwood and Highgate Medical Practices.
The basic principles of the open procurement route will be followed for this procurement to test the capacity, capability and technical competence of Tenderers in accordance with Part B regime of The Public Contracts Regulations 2006 (as Amended). Regulation 120 of The Public Contracts Regulations 2015 provides for a temporary exemption for NHS healthcare procurements before 18.4.2016.
Potential bidders are to note:
It is anticipated that the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 as amended by the Collective Redundancies and Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) (Amendment) Regulations 2014 (TUPE) may apply for this contract. Potential Bidders are advised to form their own view on whether TUPE applies, obtaining their own legal advice and carrying out due diligence.
‘Under the Public Services (Social Value) Act 2012', the Contracting Authority must consider:
(a) How what is proposed to be procured might improve the economic, social and environmental well being of the area where it exercises its functions; and
(b) How, in conducting the process of procurement, it might act with a view to securing that improvement.
Accordingly, the subject matter of the contract has been scoped to take into account, 'The Priorities of the Contracting Authority relating to economic, social and environmental well being’.
NECS is utilising an electronic tendering system to manage this procurement and communicate with potential providers. Accordingly, there will be no hard copy documents issued to potential providers and all communications with NECS, including your tender submission, will be conducted via the portal: https://In-tendhost.co.uk/necs hosted by (In-Tend), the managed service provider for the NECS electronic tendering system.
To express an interest in tendering for this service, (and if you have not already done so), please register on the electronic tendering portal, which can be found at: https://in-tendhost.co.uk/necs
Once registered, you will be able to view details of the tender opportunity by selecting the ‘Tenders’ tab, and then selecting ‘Current’, scroll down through the tender lists until you come to ‘Alternative Provider of Medical Services (APMS) — Lundwood and Highgate GP Surgeries’.
To view further information on this specific tender opportunity, click the button marked ‘View Details’. From this area, you will be able to express your interest in this tender opportunity by selecting the button marked ‘Express Interest’.
Please note that it is free to register on the portal, which can be accessed at any time of day as long as you have a working internet connection.
If you require further assistance, a help guide can be found on the portal by clicking on the tab marked ‘Guidance for Suppliers’. Alternatively, (should potential providers have any queries) a dedicated help desk is available and can be contacted on +44 8442728810, Monday to Friday, 8:00 to 17:00 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The closing date for submission of tenders is 12:00 on 8.10.2015.
NHS Rotherham CCG sought bids from suitably qualified and experienced healthcare providers to meet the minimum general requirements and specific requirements for high-quality, GP led primary medical care services within the practice boundary of The Gateway, in Rotherham.
The Gateway service is currently provided by a social enterprise within Rotherham whose main aim has been to create community hub facilities alongside healthcare provision. NHS Rotherham CCG is keen to ensure this ethos is not lost within the re-procurement of these services particularly given that they relate more to supporting the wider needs (social and economic) which impact on health if they are not supported. This therefore includes providing facilities for voluntary and support organisations to work within the 3 practices.