Deadline 24th January
The Authority wishes to commission a provider to support the local authority to engage with parents/carers in localities across North Yorkshire on Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) matters with the intention that parents/carers can actively express their views but can also participate in the shaping of SEND services and provision into the future through co-production and collaborative approaches.
The provider will ensure the views of parents/carers can be represented and influence discussions and priorities agreed at locality based partnerships for education and inclusion and can influence change. The provider is tasked with the development and implementation of a dynamic framework and work plan to address the above issues through the creation of local solutions which will use a variety of creative approaches to attract the widest possible participation from parents/carers and enable an ongoing dialogue.
The role of the provider is to facilitate and support the development of local systems for voice, influence and participation from parents/carers , and should bring knowledge and expertise in innovation in this field to ensure maximum opportunities for engagement including in rural local authority areas.
Deadline 1st February
North East Lincolnshire Council wish to commission a Provider who will establish and develop a sustainable open access, accessible drug and alcohol Recovery Community within North East Lincolnshire.
Deadline 25th January
Kingston upon Hull City Council is seeking suitable qualified providers to deliver a 2 year contract for sexual health services, with a possible option to extend for a further 2 years.
The service will be broken down into 2 lots:
Lot 1: Integrated Sexual Health Service.
Lot 2: Sexual Health Promotion Service.
The anticipated service commencement date is 1 April 2019, TUPE will apply.
There will be a Bidder’s Event held on 15th January – more information here
Deadline 24th January 2019
This is following a Restricted Procedure. The deadline is for the STAGE 1 Document requirements ONLY. Lincolnshire County Council will be undertaking a procurement under the Light Touch Regime in line with Regulation 74 to 76 of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015, for a range of Integrated Lifestyle support services in Lincolnshire.
The vision of an Integrated Lifestyle Service is a service that provides holistic support to enable people with multiple unhealthy behaviours to improve their health and well-being. Providing support in the following areas:
- Stop smoking support
- Brief alcohol advice
- Weight management
- Food and nutrition
- Physical activity
- Emotional and mental well-being
This is a collaborative project with the NHS and whilst the NHS long term plan, and specifically the prevention proposals within it are still subject to consultation, once finalised and implemented, the Council foresees that there may be a need to vary the ILS contract to take account of any additional demand and/or alternative or additional eligibility criteria arising as a consequence.