Deadline 15th January
Translation and Interpretation Services including telephone and written translations and face to face interpretation. The resulting Contract is to run from 01 April 2019 to 31 March 2022, including one Optional Year for the period 01 April 2022 to 31 March 2023 for the Council to accept or not.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council is looking for a single supplier who can provide all parts of the service.
Deadline 4th January
A short-term consultancy opportunity is being offered by Driffield Town Council in East Yorkshire.
The contract is linked to a heritage re-development project which is in its earliest stages.
In 2016, the Grade II listed Mortimer’s Warehouse, which is located at the head of Driffield Navigation in East Yorkshire, was purchased by a local benefactor who would like to transform the building into a heritage visitor centre where the story of the canal can be told.
The owner has committed to working with Driffield Town Council and other local stakeholders to realise this shared ambition. Together, this public-private partnership would like to see Mortimer’s Warehouse become a community-focused heritage asset that is financially self-sustaining and an attractive part of the East Riding’s cultural and tourism offer. The transformed warehouse would also help to revitalise the River Head area in Driffield and bring something new and exciting to this market town.
Driffield Town Council and its partners have agreed that before any feasibility or physical works can be carried out on the warehouse, they need to establish a robust management board/legal entity that has an appropriate membership and strong governance, and the ability to acquire the powers and capacity needed to lead and develop this heritage transformation project.
Earlier this autumn, the Council applied to the Heritage Lottery Fund’s Resilient Heritage programme for support to help create this board/entity and were successful.
To this end, the partnership is now seeking an external and independent consultant who has experience in the charitable sector to help with this very important first step in what they expect will be a multi-year, multi-phase heritage project.
The contract, which has a maximum value of £3,500, exclusive of VAT, would begin in January 2019 and run through to the end of June 2019.
Please note that the partnership wishes to appoint a consultant as quickly as possible. The deadline for responding to this bid is Friday, 4 January 2019, at 09:00 and the date for interviews will be Tuesday, 8 January 2019, in Driffield.
To find out more, and for a copy of the brief, please contact Annabel Hanson Annabel.Hanson@eastriding.gov.uk, Tel: (01482) 391678
Deadline 12th December
Care services at a total of four independent supported living schemes in Goole and Howden. This includes two schemes in Goole and two in Howden, all one to one and shared care, on a 24 hours basis 7 days a week.
Deadline 26th November
Kingston upon Hull City Council (the Authority) invites qualified and interested suppliers to tender for a Health & Wellbeing Survey 2019.
The Authority is conducting the procurement using the open Non EU procedure, as required by the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (SI 2015/102) (PCR 2015).
The successful provider will be expected to undertake all the fieldwork and data entry for the survey, and produce a short report detailing the methods used, and any problems or potential biases of the survey, and including an estimated survey response rate.
The Authority proposes to enter into Contract for a period of approximately 6 months with the successful Tenderer (Service Provider).
The anticipated service commencement date is 7 January 2019 The anticipated budget available for the duration of this contract will be no higher than £45,000. A more detailed breakdown is in the tender specification.
Deadline 26th November
Kingston upon Hull City Council (the Authority) invites qualified and interested suppliers to tender for a Early Years Activity Project.
The Authority is conducting the procurement using the open Non EU procedure, as required by the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (SI 2015/102) (PCR 2015). The successful provider will design/test, implement and evaluate an early year’s physical activity social marketing campaign/intervention targeting parents and carers with children aged between 2 and 5 years old from disadvantaged communities.
This small-scale pilot will be used to inform future campaigns aimed at this audience and potentially on a wider geographic footprint. The Authority proposes to enter into Contract for a period of 12 months with the successful Tenderer (Service Provider).
The anticipated service commencement date is 7 January 2019 The anticipated budget available over the duration of this contract will be no higher than £49,999. A more detailed breakdown is in the tender specification.
Deadline 14th December 2018
This procurement is being undertaken in line with Chapter 3, Section 7 of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015. Lincolnshire County Council has established an Open Select List, the purpose of which is;
- to establish consistent contractual arrangements for all externally commissioned building based day services, incorporating a standardised specification and pricing mechanism, and
- to enable access to responsive services from a variety of providers, that meet the needs of customers and which promote choice for customers across Lincolnshire.
LCC is keen to maintain existing services under the Open Select List and would encourage all existing providers to apply, as well as potential new providers. This contract notice is inviting providers to join the Open Select List.
Deadline 3rd December
As part of its Building Connections Fund Youth strand (in partnership with Government), the Co-op Foundation is inviting tenders from organisations with the right skills and expertise to deliver two key contracts to tackle youth loneliness by strengthening local youth services.
Two invitations to tender have opened for:
- Up to £85,000 (including VAT) to develop and support the Belong learning network. You can find out about Belong here, and read the tender documents and apply here
- Up to £150,000 (including VAT) to develop a suite of resources aimed at improving the capabilities of youth workers and youth organisations to tackle loneliness. second tender invites organisations to take forward the development of these resources, making them relevant and useful in particular for smaller grassroots organisations that may not have the capacity to engage with formal learning and evaluation at a national level. Tenderers should show how they will work meaningfully with youth organisations to develop, test and iterate these resources. Once they are created, it is expected they will be widely promoted and made freely available. You can find out more and submit your bid here.
Both contracts will run to the end of March 2021. Organisations can tender for one or both of these.
Tender responses must be submitted by midday on Monday 3 December 2018. Contracts will start in January 2019
Deadline 16th January
Call to run a project to pilot activity which will broker opportunities to encourage and increase work experience, work placements, traineeships, apprenticeships and employment opportunities for ex-offenders, particularly within SMEs.
Deadline 17th January 2019
This is a call to run a project to pilot a work experience programme across secondary schools/learning providers in the Humber region, through the provision of support to SME employers.
Deadline 6th December
The Council’s vision of an Integrated Lifestyle Support service is a service that provides holistic support to enable people with multiple unhealthy behaviours to improve their health and wellbeing. Providing support in the following areas:
- Stop smoking support
- Brief alcohol advice
- Weight management
- Food and nutrition
- Physical activity
- Emotional and mental wellbeing