Homeless Health Service (Hull)

Deadline 28th June

Kingston upon Hull City Council and NHS Hull Clinical Commissioning Group (“the Commissioners”) are seeking to commission a Homeless Health Service through an open procurement procedure.

The preferred Provider will be required to demonstrate how they will deliver a clinically safe, high quality, dignified, and cost-effective service that puts the individual at the centre of their own care and work to transform health outcomes for one of the most vulnerable and deprived groups in society.

The key principles of service delivery are to:

  • Provide a seamless pathway for individuals who are homeless who present in hospital and those who are discharged (hospital-based intervention); and who are identified in the community who have unmet health needs (community intervention);
  • Work in a trauma informed way, creating a trauma informed environment and led by a trauma informed and responsive organisation;
  • Provide pro-active and personalised care to people to homeless people;
  • Improve access to appropriate health and social care services for people experiencing homelessness;
  • Improve the experience of health and social care services for individuals who are homeless;
  • Liaise and work with key local partners, stakeholders and services to support the health and care interventions provided to individuals who are homeless.

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Mediation service

Deadline 11th June

Doncaster Borough Council are seeking to appoint the services of an appropriately qualified and experienced provider to deliver mediation services as and when required.

Specifically, the Council requires a trained mediator to facilitate communication (face to face or via the telephone/e-communication) between the authority representatives, professionals and a parent(s) (who is appealing to SENDIST regarding their child’s EHCP) with the aim of assisting both parties to resolve as many issues that are in dispute, if not all, prior to a tribunal hearing.

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Doncaster Green Space Network Co-ordinator

Deadline 1st June

Doncaster Council (“the Council”) is conducting this procurement process to appoint a suitably qualified, experienced, and innovative organisation who can demonstrate their ability to work with the Council, Doncaster Future Parks (DFP), Get Doncaster Moving (GDM) and partners including Sport England (SE), park focused groups and the wider local community.

They are looking for a provider to facilitate and encourage growth in engagement with volunteer participation across the Doncaster Green Space Network, contributing to the delivery of the DFP.

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Resourced, Specialist Provision for Children at Risk of Exclusion

Deadline 11th June 2021

North East Lincolnshire Council (the Authority) is looking for a Provider to deliver resourced, specialist provision for children at risk of exclusion. The Provider shall provide a supportive educational environment for local primary-aged children with Social, Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH) difficulties who are both at risk of exclusion from mainstream education or have already been excluded.

For young people with SEMH difficulties that have been excluded, the Provider will help deliver a smooth transition back into mainstream education. The Authority also aims to ensure that children are helped to do this within the local area. Accordingly, children using the service will not be required to travel outside of the borough of North East Lincolnshire and the Provider shall ensure the service is delivered within a primary school/academy site within North East Lincolnshire. The children referred to this provision will be of primary school age, which is from Reception to Year 6 inclusive. 

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HEY LEP Provision of Start-Up Workshops and Masterclass Delivery (Hull City Council)

Deadline 7th June 2021

The Hull and East Yorkshire (HEY) LEP is seeking a provider to continue the delivery of the Workshop and Masterclass programme which has proved very successful in the initial months of delivery in 2020/21. This will be part of the HEY Start-Ups brand and delivery will consist of:

• a set of core Pre-start / New Start-up workshop topics delivered on a regular basis

• less frequent masterclasses on particular start up topics to cover sector-based, business model or trend-based content

• Pre-start / New-Start workshop sessions specifically focused on students / graduates in conjunction with the University of Hull

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Personalised Travel Planning Services

Deadline 14th May 2021

ENGIE Services Ltd on behalf of North East Lincolnshire is seeking a suitably qualified and experienced Consultant to deliver Personalised Travel Planning services within identified residential areas of North East Lincolnshire.

North East Lincolnshire Council has been awarded £1,388,000 from the Sustainable Travel Access Fund for the ‘Pedal and Stride to Economic Growth’ project. The successful tenderer will help to deliver the project aims of supporting economic growth and increasing the use of sustainable travel (cycling/walking/car share & public transport).

ENGIE Services Ltd are the Authority’s delivery partner and are responsible for delivering the ‘Pedal and Stride to Economic Growth’ project on behalf of North East Lincolnshire Council.

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Peer Networks 2021 (The Hull and East Yorkshire)

Deadline 21st May 2021

The Hull and East Yorkshire (HEY) LEP is now seeking to appoint a provider to deliver the Peer Network Programme for businesses based in Hull and the East Riding of Yorkshire.

Hull City Council, on behalf of the HEY LEP’s Growth Hub, wishes to commission the delivery of a series of Peer Networks (6 cohorts), with each cohort consisting of 11 owners or managers from the SME business community participating in each network. Additional individual 1-2-1 support (coaching, mentoring, or advice) should also be provided. Programme participants will benefit from both access to a professional action learning facilitator and 1-2-1 support outside of the group sessions.

Importantly, the content of the sessions is driven by the participants from a list of key themes and can be tailored to focus on their specific needs, including wider issues that may be affecting their sector, locality, or business model.

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Art on the Greenway

Deadline 14th May 2021

This opportunity is seeking six artists to take part in the creation of six pieces of art long the Isle of Axholme Greenway. Artists will need to work with residents during workshops to influence the final design. 

Influence should be taken from the local heritage and unique landscapes in the region. 

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