Public Sector Network Recent Tender Alerts

 

This is a compiled list of recent Public Sector tenders from sources that we are constantly monitoring.

West Bletchley Council, Rickley Park Footpath Works

West Bletchley Council, Rickley Park Footpath Works

Contact:

Corporate Procurement Team
contracts@milton-keynes.gov.uk
Civic Offices, 1 Saxon Gate East
Milton Keynes
MK9 3EJ
United Kingdom
01908 691691
https://www.lgss.co.uk/about/

Contract value:

Published: 7 Feb 2020, Receipt by: 2 Mar 2020

Northamptonshire County Council - Market Engagement for Highly Complex Autism Tender

Market Engagement Opportunity. It is our intention to procure a small group of preferred providers under an outcomes based commissioning and contract framework who are committed to supporting a number of individuals without a learning disability or a diagnosed mental health need whose primary support needs relate to autism and whose support needs can be described as being multiple and specific. Essentially these are individuals who require a high degree of person centred and 'fine-tuned' support that is flexible, nuanced and responsive to a range of influences that are unique to each individual. We are aiming to secure a specific model of support that will work with these individuals of all ages and their families as well as local professionals and agencies to offer skilled active support within a committed framework of support. This will cover the needs of individuals of all ages. Please see Final Market Test Statement - Highly Complex Autism Support Feb 2020 (document attached) for further information. Please contact Julie Lee to register interest.

Contact:

Julie Lee
Julie.Lee@nass.uk.net
One Angel Square
4 Angel Street
Northampton
NN1 1ED
United Kingdom
https://www.lgss.co.uk/about/

Contract value:

Published: 7 Feb 2020, Receipt by: 19 Feb 2020

THE PROVISION OF VENTURE CAPITAL INVESTMENT MARKET DATA

We currently have a need for data on Venture Capital and Private Equity investments to enable us to produce analysis on investment trends, both into London as a city, but also at a global level to allow comparisons across different geographies (countries and cities). This data is used by London & Partners to inform various sector 'propositions' and messaging materials, along with the generation of positive PR coverage for London. Data on companies receiving VC/PE investment & funding is also used by our teams located in offices in our key target markets (namely in the US, Canada, China, India, France & Germany) as a lead generation source - providing them with ability to generate lists of target companies who have received investment and may be considering international expansion, along with providing intelligence and contact information at these individual target companies. It is also used to identify fast growing London based companies who are receiving investment and to research investors & investor portfolios. The service is currently being delivered by an existing provider. Individuals in each overseas office currently have a user licence to log-in to the service, along with the Research & Insights & PR/Comms teams in our main London office. 5 Specification Our key data requirements can be summarised as follows: 1) Data & Trend Analysis The successful source must be able to provide data on VC (and PE) investment deals/rounds into individual companies. The source must also provide online tools which allow the ability to analyse the data to identify trends over time. Data coverage should cover all global markets - but at a minimum must cover the UK, France, Germany, US, Canada, China, India. The source should have the ability to be able to break down trends by: • The location of the company receiving investment/investment round/stage. The ability to be able to analyse data at both a country and a 'city' level is an essential requirement. • The sector/industry of the company receiving investment (please provide more detail on the sector classification scheme used by your platform in your response) • Size and source of those investments - with the ability to view this & switch between different currencies (USD, GBP, EUR should be covered) 2) Lead Generation: The source should also be able to be used by our trade & growth teams for lead generation purposes. This means to be able to identify fast growing companies in London & Partners core target markets (UK, US, Canada, France, Germany, China & India must be covered at a mimimum) who have received investment, and may be looking to expand their operations internationally. For these companies, profiling information including name, sector, investment history, address, office locations, size (turnover & employees) and contact information is required to enable engagement.

Contact:

Rob Palmer
rpalmer@londonandpartners.com
2 More London Riverside
LONDON
SE12RR
England
020 7234 5687

Contract value: 96000

Published: 7 Feb 2020, Receipt by: 26 Feb 2020

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Urban Grass Cutting

Cutting of highway verges, central reservations, roundabouts, islands and other non-defined areas within the limits of villages and towns.

Contact:

procurement@northyorks.gov.uk
North Yorkshire County Council
County Hall
Northallerton
DL7 8AD
England
http://www.northyorks.gov.uk/

Contract value: 320000

Published: 7 Feb 2020, Receipt by: 9 Mar 2020

Cambridge City Council - Cowley Rd Depot - Additional Waste Bays

The construction of two additional waste bays adjacent to the three existing bays, with concrete base and pre-cast concrete wall units, plus drainage alterations

Contact:

Chantel Allott
chantel.allott@cambridge.gov.uk
Cambridge City Council
Guildhall
Cambridge
CB2 3QJ
United Kingdom
+44 1223458177

Contract value: 75000-75000

Published: 7 Feb 2020, Receipt by: 6 Mar 2020

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Provision of Calibration, Maintenance and Repair of Radiometric Equipment (1)

This Framework Agreement is for the Provision of Calibration, Maintenance & Repair Services for the following Radiometric equipment on Site at Sellafield: • Portable Radiation Protection Instruments (PRPI) • Measurement & Test Equipment (MTE) • Criticality Incident Detection Alarm System (CIDAS) • Plutonium Contaminated Material Package Monitor (PCM) • Health Physics Instrumentation (HPIC)

Contact:

Michael Jones
Michael.jones@uknnl.com
5th Floor Chadwick House
Warrington
WA3 6AE
ENG
+44 1925933693
https://www.gov.uk/government/case-studies/shared-services-alliance-ssa-for-nuclear-decommissioning-estate

Contract value: 800000-1000000

Published: 7 Feb 2020, Receipt by: 6 Mar 2020

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Tender for the Supply of two mobile Screening Units (inc maintenance)

The requirement is to supply two Mobile screening Trailers to the current guidance and associated regulations. A maintenance program is required to cover the initial ten years of the mobile units. Screening equipment will be provided. This competition is being run from the Dynamic Purchasing System Agreement RM3814 - Only eligible suppliers should apply.

Contact:

Lee Robertson
lee.robertson2@nhs.net
The Docks
Gloucester
GL1 2EL
England
0300 422 2775

Contract value: 250000-360000

Published: 7 Feb 2020, Receipt by: 6 Mar 2020

Additional Text:

This competition is being run from the Dynamic Purchasing System Agreement RM3814 - Only eligible suppliers should apply.

Yellow Train (YT): Geometric Data Analysis PIN

Response to the challenge statement issued with this PIN

Contact:

John Thompson
john.thompson@ts.catapult.org.uk
3rd Floor The Pinnacle
170 Midsummer Boulevard
Milton Keynes
MK9 1BP
United Kingdom
+44 7889152567
http://ts.catapult.org.uk

Contract value: 190000-190000

Published: 7 Feb 2020, Receipt by: 13 Mar 2020

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Alliance for Multiple Complex Needs

Torbay Council (TC) is embarking upon a new and innovative way of commissioning and procuring services for people who currently have to access multiple services to meet their support needs. The Council would like the local system to improve the lives of people by supporting the whole person whilst also contributing to national strategic objectives in relation to: • Homelessness; • Children in care and care leavers; • Drug and alcohol treatment; • Reoffending rates; • Domestic and sexual abuse; • Preventing admissions to hospital; and • Urgent care targets. TC have been exploring an Alliance commissioning model as a way of achieving their common goals. In Torbay we have experience of alliances in the area of street homelessness where we have formed an alliance around delivery of government funding and Housing First. This work will contribute to informing the future model for commissioning and delivery of a number of services in Torbay which include drug and alcohol, homelessness and domestic abuse and sexual violence services. Following 4 successful engagement events held during 2019, we are now inviting stakeholders and providers of drug and alcohol, homelessness and domestic abuse and sexual violence services to express their interest informing part of the Alliance and, if so, which procurement approach to form a Multiple Complex Needs Alliance in Torbay from the options shown below would be your organisation's preferred option. The Authority is seeking expressions of interest to establish whether it will procure the Lot 1 option or the Lot 2a,2b and 2c option. Please see the options within 'Additional Details' below.

Contact:

Lawrence Brown
lawrence.brown@torbay.gov.uk
Torbay Council Town Hall
Castle Circus
Torquay
TQ1 3DR
England
http://www.torbay.gov.uk/

Contract value: 1-1

Published: 7 Feb 2020, Receipt by: 24 Feb 2020

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Procurement of a whole (unified) Alliance by the Council - Lot No: 1: Providers self-select other partners to form an Alliance and submit a collective bid to deliver all services. The Council procures the most appropriate Alliance as a whole. The Alliance will include organisations capable of providing adult substance misuse treatment services, homeless hostel and domestic abuse and sexual violence services. Adult substance misuse treatment - Lot No: 2a: Commission Alliance members via separate service procurements. Each service in the Alliance is separately procured. Providers will have to bid for their service area. This Lot would relate to provision of Adult substance misuse treatment services: Community Alcohol Service, Community Drug Service, Specialist detoxification from Drugs and/or Alcohol, Supervised consumption from pharmacies, Steps forward programme (volunteering), Drugs boxes, ASC funding for community rehab, Harm reduction services including testing and vaccination for Blood Bourne Viruses (BBV), Naloxone and Needle Exchange. Domestic abuse and sexual violence services - Lot No: 2b: Commission Alliance members via separate service procurements. Each service in the Alliance is separately procured. Providers will have to bid for their service area. This Lot would relate to provision of domestic abuse and sexual violence services, Crisis/safe accommodation and Outreach support, MARAC Independent Domestic Violence Advocacy, Recovery/support programmes for victims, survivors and their children, Work with perpetrators, Peer support group, No commissioned sexual violence service however demonstrated demand for a local service. Homeless Hostel - Lot No: 2c: Commission Alliance members via separate service procurements. Each service in the Alliance is separately procured. Providers will have to bid for their service area. This Lot would relate to provision of a Homeless Hostel. 28 bed supported accommodation for people who have been street homeless. Responding to this Expression of Interest: Please send your expression of interest to form part of the Alliance and any feedback relating to which procurement approach your organisation would prefer to adopt, via the 'Messaging facility on Supplying The South West (ProContract) portal, no later than Monday 24th February 2020 Please use the attached 'EoI and Preferred procurement option' form, to do this. The result of this EOI and preferred option will be publicised on the portal week commencing 2/3/2020.

Provision of Creative Agency Services at The Royal Hospital Chelsea

Requirement The agency will need to provide the following functions. NB due to the sporadic nature of the work this list is not exhaustive: 1. Design • With direction from the F&C team plan, design, amend and artwork the required marketing materials for print • Create infographics • Design ad hoc materials as required (e.g. stickers, banners, exhibition stands, badges, balloons etc.) • Create bespoke materials in-keeping with the RHC brand • Ensure the design is in-keeping with departmental outcomes and enhances calls to action • To be dynamic and creative within the boundaries set by the communications team 2. Video • To work with the communications team to plan, storyboard and create compelling narratives for short film projects • To produce high quality and emotive film for the RHC (usually on site) with a clear call to action • To edit and amend working closely with the communications team • To source additional materials (music and archive footage etc.) as required within the confines of copyright law • Ability to provide subtitles • To post produce films and export in a format that is compatible with RHC systems for use on different platforms 3. Photography • Mood board photography concepts in accordance with communication objectives • Plan and execute photo shoots under direction of the communications team • Postproduction /editing 4. Account management • Provide flexible support during office hours (and occasionally out of office hours) • Produce status reports • Invoicing/quotes • Produce running workload reports (with financial information) • Dedicated account manager for the team 5. Branding • To champion the brand and produce high quality materials in accordance with the brand guidelines. • To help to continue to build and promote the brand - with the goal of national and international recognition • To support with brand strategy as the identity develops • To support the shape and progress of the brand identity via innovative design and photography etc. • To enhance the RHC's reputation 6. Flexibility • To grow with the department and provide high quality collateral to very tight deadlines, with occasional out of office hours (Mon-Fri 9-5) support 7. Compatibility/innovation/creativity • To work closely with the Fundraising and Communications department on all projects, sharing ideas and creative concepts • To suggest new ideas/concepts to the F&C departments that may have a positive impact on audiences • To provide support with audience analysis using other (charity) case studies Overview of service Design Create a bi-annual magazine (52pp) Home Front with copy and images provided by the RHC Create an Impact Report with copy and images provided by the RHC Create brochures throughout the year depending on organisational need Video Deliver 1 film per year on different subject matter depending on organisational objectives (around 3 mins) Photography Conduct 6 photo shoots per year Portraits of Pe

Contact:

Jonathan Clarke
jonathan.clarke@chelsea-pensioners.org.uk
Royal Hospital Chelsea
Royal Hospital Road
LONDON
SW34SR
England
02078815436
https://www.chelsea-pensioners.co.uk/

Contract value: 75000

Published: 7 Feb 2020, Receipt by: 6 Apr 2020

Additional Text:

Please make contact to demonstrate your interest and arrange a site visit for further information. You will find the invitation to tender document attached to this advert.

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The Westminster Way 2.0 Cultural Change Programme

Westminster City Council ("the Authority") is seeking to appoint a Strategic Partner to help us build upon the work we have already embarked upon in instilling the Westminster Way. We are open to ideas and seeking a Strategic Partner that will bring innovation, ambition and forward thinking approaches in helping us design and enable a long lasting cultural change programme. The programme would be delivered in two phases - Phase 1 is the discovery phase consisting of Diagnostics, Analysis and Engagement and Phase 2 comprises of Design, Communication and Delivery of the programme following on from the insights from Phase 1 . During Phase 2, the Strategic Partner would be required to collaborate with additional partner(s) to design and deliver any required interventions such as engagement activities, workshops and capability building sessions. The Council would welcome consortia bids. A Supplier briefing session will hold on 20th February 2020 at City Hall, 64 Victoria Street, SW1E 6QP where we will go through our Vision for the programme. Kindly register your interest to attend on capitalESourcing. The 7 highest scoring Candidates meeting the minimum standard would be invited to submit an initial tender which will be evaluated in line with the evaluation criteria set out in the procurement documents. A further shortlist of tenderers may be invited to participate in negotiation. The initial contract term will be 2 for years with the option to extend for periods up to a further 36 months. The contract is expected to commence in June 2020. The total contract value over the 5 year period is expected to range from £600,000 to £1,300,000.

Contact:

Westminster
oakinmade@westminster.gov.uk
.64 Victoria Street
London
SW1E 6QP
England
0

Contract value: 600000-1300000

Published: 7 Feb 2020, Receipt by: 9 Mar 2020

Additional Text:

To register an expression of Interest go via the E-procurement portal CapitalESourcing - https://www.capitalesourcing.com To view details of the Opportunity and any modifications please click the following link and enter your Username and Password: https://www.capitalesourcing.com/esop/guest/login.do?qvu=77272493016C00C9E78B Or browse as follows: - Connect to https://www.capitalesourcing.com - Enter your Username and Password - Go to Published Opportunities - Click on the Project Title 'Westminster Way 2.0 Cultural Change Programme' to view details Is if free to register on the site. The full list of all current Opportunities can always be accessed at: https://www.capitalesourcing.com/esop/guest/go/public/opportunity/current

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Supply of a Gullysucker

the Supply of a Medium Volume Combination Tanker (MVCT) herein referred to as a Gullysucker

Contact:

Lauren Mackay
lauren.mackay.commercial@dounreay.com
D2003/ Zone 11
Thurso
Dounreay
KW14 7TZ
SCT
+44 1847806946
https://www.gov.uk/government/case-studies/shared-services-alliance-ssa-for-nuclear-decommissioning-estate

Contract value: 144000-176000

Published: 7 Feb 2020, Receipt by: 9 Mar 2020

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A595 Moresby Hall Embankment GPR & Geophysical Survey

This investigation will a Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) survey, in accordance with PAS 128:2014, will be required to identify and verify underground service locations. In addition, a geophysical survey of the embankment is required to identify the presence of voids within the footprint of the embankment with the Contractor determining the most appropriate method, based on the ground conditions, ground profile and accuracy of locating any voids.

Contact:

craig.parry@highwaysengland.co.uk
HIGHWAYS ENGLAND,
BIRCHWOOD BOULEVARD, WARRINGTON
WA3 7WE
England

Contract value: 30000

Published: 7 Feb 2020, Receipt by: 28 Feb 2020

Servicing, Maintenance and General Repair of Public Building Automatic Doors

Canterbury City Council ("the Council") wishes to select and appoint a suitable supplier for the provision of Servicing, Maintenance and General Repair of Public Building Automatic Doors. The contract shall include for the testing of, maintenance and general repairs to the Automatic Doors and invites prospective suppliers to submit a quotation to meet the Council's requirements. The Contract is anticipated to commence upon 1 April 2020 and will continue for a period of 2 years (with a possible 1+1 extension) unless terminated in accordance with the Conditions of the Contract. Full details and requirements are included within the Invitation to Quote documentation. Important Notice: Suppliers should in the first instance register themselves on the Kent Business Portal by following registration instructions. After registering suppliers are asked to express their interest in this opportunity, after which suppliers will be able to access and download all the required documents attached to this notice. Please ensure you download all documents and complete according to instructions contained. The deadline for completed submissions is noon Friday 28 February 2020

Contact:

Manu Chapman
procurement@canterbury.gov.uk
Military Road
Canterbury
CT1 1YW
England
+44 1227860000
http://www.canterbury.gov.uk

Contract value: 25000-25000

Published: 7 Feb 2020, Receipt by: 28 Feb 2020

Additional Text:

Expressions of interest will only be accepted via the Kent Business Portal (www.kentbusinessportal.org.uk). Note that in order to successfully submit your interest you will first need to register for an account on the portal. After registration is complete and you've received your login details you should return to the advert for the opportunity and express your interest. You will then receive an email giving you a link to the documentation provided and be able to access the tender documents. The tender documents are required to be completed and submitted electronically via the Kent Business Portal by no later than 12:00 on Friday 28 February 2020. Questions and Communication: Please direct all questions and communication through the Kent Business Portal via the message facility (once registered).

DUD - BCI - 1-2-1 Functional Skills Maths & English (Levels 1 & 2)

To deliver a 1-2-1 Maths & English (Levels 1 & 2) programme, which will support participants to develop their confidence and a positive approach to these essential skills. Further, to support the progression of participants into education, employment or training. Eligible participants will be aged 16 - 29 and not engaged in education, employment or training. o Service providers will be required to deliver accredited qualifications in English & Maths from Level 1 through to Level 2. o Delivery must be conducted on a 1-2-1 basis with tutor supervision/engagement as required by the participant(s) during each lesson. o Service Providers must be registered with a relevant Awarding Body o Tutors must be qualified to deliver the specified subjects, evidence of relevant qualification must be provided. o Courses will run to a set timetable, for example 10am - 4pm, between 1 - 3 days per week for up to 16 weeks. o Consideration must be given to individual needs, disability, learning difficulties and styles o Service Provider must be experienced in working with vulnerable 16 - 29-year old's, skilled at dealing with challenging behaviors and knowledgeable of the issues that may affect individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds. o Service Provider must be knowledgeable in the safeguarding of children and young adults. o Service Provider must produce relevant teaching qualification documents for all tutors prior to them delivering sessions. The programme should include an outline and specifications for the following elements:

Contact:

Kathryn Jobling
Kathryn.jobling@dudley.gov.uk
Priory Road
Dudley
West Midlands
DY1 1HF
United Kingdom
01384 817382
www.dudley.gov.uk

Contract value: 169000

Published: 7 Feb 2020, Receipt by: 21 Feb 2020

Additional Text:

Funding Type (WEFO or EU) : EU Funding Description ESF/YEI Is a Recurrent Procurement Type? : No

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Kingston Cromwell Road Bus Station Replacement

This contract is for the redevelopment of Kingston Cromwell Road Bus Station, which includes demolishing the original structure, replacing the existing building and canopy, installation of mechanical and electrical systems, resurfacing, drainage and lighting. The design is at RIBA Stage 4 for architectural and structural elements and RIBA Stage 3 for civils and highways. The successful contractor will be required to complete certain elements of design, in particular a mechanical and electrical (M&E) package for a lift. The estimated total value range is 4 000 000 to 6 000 000 GBP. Transport for London (TfL) requires a contractor to construct the new bus station as per the planning consent. The anticipated duration of the contract is 18 months. The bus station currently serves 23 bus routes and is used by 12 000 passengers a day which is twice the number of passengers that the station was originally built for. This redevelopment project will enhance the customer experience at the bus station. Potential suppliers not registered on TfL's eTendering system should register as a new supplier on TfL's eTendering system (https://procontract.due-north.com/Register). Any potential supplier that is registered should log onto TfL's eTendering system in order to locate the SQ on the system. Potential suppliers should search for 'Kingston Cromwell Road Bus Station Replacement ' within the search facility to locate this opportunity and the associated SQ. Potential suppliers should express their interest in the opportunity by completing and submitting the SQ by the deadline for receipt stated in IV.2.2). TfL reserves the right to cancel or terminate this procurement at TfL's discretion and without liability to any applicant.

Contact:

Bill Egan
v_billegan@tfl.gov.uk
Palestra
197 Blackfriars Road
London
SE1 8NJ
England
+44 7949914589
https://tfl.gov.uk

Contract value: 4000000-6000000

Published: 7 Feb 2020, Receipt by: 5 Mar 2020

Electoral Printing Services

The Council is seeking a provider for electoral printing services,including the printing of poll cards, ballot papers and postal vote stationary. The Council will also be looking at postal vote pack assembly and mailing solutions.

Contact:

selina.muir@chelmsford.gov.uk
Civic Centre
Chelmsford
CM1 1JE
UK
+441245606606

Contract value:

Published: 7 Feb 2020, Receipt by: 15 May 2020

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Frome Market Place Phase 2

Summary: The main aims of the scheme are to improve footways, bus stops, disabled parking, the facilities for loading/unloading and uncontrolled crossings in and around the Market Place, Frome, Somerset. The main elements of the scheme include: Disabled bay area: Removal of existing pennant kerb and footway to form new on-street disabled space to the east of west bound bus stop. Bus stop lay-bys: Improve layout so that one bus can stop at the bus platform while a second bus can park using the bus lane avoiding traffic congestion. Existing railings on small retaining wall on the southern side of Market Place to be retained and repainted. Existing footways will be narrowed at each side of the road and resurfaced using existing paving slabs to match existing pattern or replacement blocks if necessary, similar to 'Marshalls Tegula' pennant slabs and specified laying pattern. Pedestrian crossings and 'central splitter' island: Two new uncontrolled pedestrian crossings, one being located at the bottom of Bath Street and the other linking Boyle Cross and George Hotel together with associated white lining, tactile paving and buff colour surfacing (Mastertint). Improvement to existing pedestrian crossing in King Street with new buff colour surfacing (Mastertint) and flush kerb line demarcation. Over-runnable central splitter island with associated white lining and buff colour surfacing (Mastertint). Footway from bus stops to Cork Street and junction of Stony Street and Market Place will be resurfaced using Marshalls Tegula Pennant Grey slabs matching the existing pattern in the area of the bus stops. Proposed buildout for the new pedestrian crossing outside the George and the new footway realignment between the 'loading bay only' area and the northern bus lay-by will be of the same materials. Cork Street: Removal of existing guard railings and replacement with bollards, the existing Frome emblems being removed to storage. Footway works will include the removal of a portion of the existing footway to form 1 No. disabled bay near the George entrance and to accommodate a new extended delivery bay between the crossing point and the bus stop. Two additional parking spaces along Cork Street, together with dropped kerbing to allow access from carriageway onto footway. Stony Street: Resurfacing of existing footway to be replaced with Welsh Pennant paving and setts with conservation kerbing. New buildout adjacent to Stony Street junction and infill the police parking bay which is being removed. Introduction of new road gullies as necessary. Tender instructions: Tenders for the works are to be submitted by mid-day the 6 March 2020 in a plain sealed envelope addressed to Mr Paul Wynne, Town Clerk, Frome Town Council, Town Hall, Christchurch Street West, Frome, Somerset BA11 1EB. The envelope should bear the word 'Tender' followed by the subject to which it relates and nothing else that could identify the sender .

Contact:

Peter Wheelhouse
pwheelhouse@frometowncouncil.gov.uk
The Town Hall,Christchurch Street West
FROME
BA11 1EB
England
01373 475573
www.frometowncouncil.gov.uk

Contract value: 244000

Published: 7 Feb 2020, Receipt by: 6 Mar 2020

Additional Text:

Technical queries regarding the scheme or the attached tender documentation should be directed to: David Sartin, IMA Transport Planning, 11 Kingsmead Square, Bath. BA1 2AB dsartin@ima-tp.com 01225 444011 Attention is drawn to Frome Town Council's Financial Regulations Appendix 1 (attached) which relates to the Council's Ethical Decision Making Matrix Attention is also drawn to the Tender Advert - full description (attached) which specifies the full range of documents to be submitted

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2466/JN - Molten Carbonate Fuel Cell (MCFC)

With co-funding from the European Regional Development Fund, the University of Sheffield is establishing a flagship national Translational Energy Research Centre (TERC) and is looking to procure and integrate into a mini-grid system a range of bio-energy and renewable energy generating equipment, carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS), fuel cells and electrolysers. Molten carbonate fuel cell (MCFC) technology is highly appealing: it does not only capture CO2 but also produces electrical energy at the same time. Furthermore, the high operating temperature (500-700 ºC) enables MCFC to internally process a wide spectrum of fuel and flue gases. The MCFC system will support our extensive current and future research activities in low carbon energy generation, integrated energy systems and hydrogen economy. This tender will be assessed in 2 separate lots depending on the electrical output rating: ~10 kW and ~20 kW. We are seeking tender submissions of between 350 000 GBP and 450 000 GBP. The 400 000 GBP figure shown indicates the mid range value for this project. This is an EU open exercise. The ITT can be downloaded by registering and expressing your interest on the University`s e-tendering system https://in-tendhost.co.uk/Sheffield If you have any questions or comments in relation to this tender they must be submitted via the In-tend system, this can be accessed at https://in-tendhost.co.uk/sheffield Completed tenders must be returned through the same e-tendering system.

Contact:

James Noble
james.noble@sheffield.ac.uk
Western Bank
SHEFFIELD
S102TN
England

Contract value: 400000

Published: 7 Feb 2020, Receipt by: 9 Mar 2020

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376E_20 eBooks, eAudiobooks and Print Books

Please note this is a prior information notice and tender documentation is not available yet. A multiple-supplier framework for the supply of print books (fiction, non-fiction, curriculum and reference materials) and digital lending solutions to provide eBook and eAudiobook accessibility to a range of academic, school and public library service users. Lot 1: EBook and eAudiobook Book Solutions - This lot is for digital lending platforms to provide eBook and eAudiobook accessibility to education and public library service users. Solutions will offer a range of eBook and eAudiobook titles via a portal, where service users will be able to reserve and check-out content virtually on a range of devices including smart phones, e-readers, tablets and desktop computers. This lot is expected to be used by schools and public libraries. Lot 2.1: Fiction Books - This lot will primarily be used by schools for fiction books typically read by school-age children (N.B. public libraries are not generally expected to use this lot). Lot 2.2: Curriculum Books - This lot will cover textbooks, revision guides and reading scheme sets used in schools and colleges by students. This lot will be aimed exclusively at education customers. Lot 2.3: Reference and Non-fiction Books - This lot will cover the requirements of education customers for materials such as dictionaries, and encyclopaedias as well as non-education customers such as local authority departments and central government bodies for reference books related to their area of work (e.g. social care). The framework agreement will have the option to extend for up to a further 24 months. The total estimated value stated includes the option period. As a central purchasing body as defined by the EU Procurement Directive 2014/24/EU, the framework agreement is open for use by public bodies (defined at https://www.espo.org/ESPO/media/Documents/FAQs/ESPO-s_powers_to_trade__website_-2016-12-22.pdf) that also fall into one of the following classifications of user throughout all administrative regions of the UK: local authorities; educational establishments (including academies); central government departments and agencies; police, fire and rescue and coastguard emergency services; NHS and HSC bodies, including ambulance services; registered charities; registered social landlords; the corporate office of the house of lords, the corporate officer of the house of commons; or any public body established by or under the Scotland Act 1998 or any Act of the Scottish Parliament. Details of the classification of end user establishments and geographical areas are available at: http://www.espo.org/About-us-%281%29/FAQs/Legal To express an interest: (a) go to www.eastmidstenders.org (b) register; (c) search for tender opportunity '376E_20'; (d) express an interest.

Contact:

Ms Annabel Voce
tenders@espo.org
Barnsdale Way, Grove Park
Enderby
Leicester
LE19 1ES
England
+44 1162944148
http://www.espo.org/

Contract value: 12000000-12000000

Published: 7 Feb 2020, Receipt by: 1 Apr 2020

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To express an interest: (a) go to www.eastmidstenders.org (b) register; (c) search for tender opportunity '376E_20'; (d) express an interest. Please note this is a prior information notice and tender documentation is not available yet.

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