Care and Support Service – Poplar Tree Avenue, East Common Lane

Deadline 29th May 2020

North Lincolnshire Council are seeking to commission a care provider to deliver specialist regulated care for individuals with a range of complex needs including, Learning Disability, Autism, Asperger’s, and Physical Disabilities and Mental Health needs.

Region(s) of supply: East Yorkshire and Northern Lincolnshire

Estimated value: £14,500,000.00

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Disabled Facilities Grant (DFG) Framework (North East Lincolnshire)

Deadline Extended 2nd March 2020

The Disabled Facilities Grant is a mandatory Government grant, administered by local Council; funds a range of works that will help a disabled person remain in their home. ENGIE’s DFG Technical Team on behalf of North East Lincolnshire Council is seeking suitably qualified contractors for their new Disabled Facilities Grant (DFG) Framework.

The framework delivers the Authority’s Disabled Facilities Grants, which provides essential adaptations to give disabled persons better freedom of movement around the house, emergency grants to owner occupiers unable to finance emergency repairs and Home Appreciation Loans to eligible owner occupiers to allow them to bring the property up to a Decent Homes Standard.

The Disabled Facilities Grant allows for:

  • Adaptations of bathrooms for people who are unable to use a conventional shower or bath.
  • Home improvement works including damp proofing, electrical works, plumbing and heating works, minor adaptations to kitchen, bedroom, bathroom, repair/renew/alter windows, doors and roof.
  • Major adaptations works including property extensions, complex cases where major adaptions are made internally to a property to meet the client’s needs.
  • Ramps; permanent and temporary ramps to allow access into and out of the home.

The framework will provide a mechanism for these works to be carried. The number of contractors the Authority is seeking is will be determined by the number of successful tenderers.

ENGIE’s procurement team will be holding a drop in session for Contractors wanting more information or needing assistance with YORtender. Contractors can attend a drop in session on Monday 03 February 2020 from 10am – 4pm at New Oxford House, 2 George Street, Grimsby DN31 1HB

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Grimsby Fishing Heritage Centre: Museum Development

Deadline 13th February 2020

ENGIE Services Ltd on behalf of North East Lincolnshire Council a suitably qualified and experienced Consultant to undertake a museum development study for the Grimsby Fishing Heritage Centre (GFHC). This study will identify options to revitalise current exhibits, develop new maritime heritage themes and better accommodate the historic vessels within the museum’s collection.

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Development Appraisal and Design: Creative Industries Workspace, Kasbah Grimsby

Deadline 8th January 2020

ENGIE Services Ltd on behalf of North East Lincolnshire Council are seeking to appoint a suitably experienced team of consultants to undertake design development work in support of a transformational regeneration project in the historic ‘Kasbah’ area of the Port of Grimsby.

The project, to deliver a Creative Industries Workspace, forms one strand of ‘Open for Culture’, one of five projects across England to receive funding and support via Arts Council England’s Cultural Development Fund (CDF).

The Workspace will also be integrated with the wider regeneration programme for Grimsby town centre and the waterfront, which forms an integral part of the Town Deal.

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Doncaster Pathways to Progression – Functional Skills, Employability and Vocational Skills for young people age 16-18

Deadline 26th November 2019

Doncaster Children’s Services Trust is seeking to commission providers to deliver training in the Borough of Doncaster to support the sustainable integration into the labour market of young people ageds 16 – 18 living in the borough of Doncaster. The provision will aim to support young people not in employment, education or training (NEET), including those at risk of social exclusion and young people from marginalised communities.

The provision for these young people will be offered through two lots as below;

  • Lot 1 – Delivery of Functional Skills Qualifications and Employability Skills This lot is a 10-week Functional Skills and Employability programme of 4 sessions per week lasting 3 hours per session.
  • Lot 2 – Delivery of BTEC (or equivalent) Level 1 Award Vocational Studies Qualifications This lot is for courses for 16 hours per week and delivered in 4 x 4 hour sessions per week, Monday to Thursday.

Doncaster Children’s Services Trust intend to enter into two contracts for the above lots with the applicant(s) who achieves the highest overall score following quality and price evaluation. The precise value and scope of the lots is still to be agreed. Timescales for the tender process are below;

  • Contract Finder Future Opportunity Advert is published w/c 23/09/19
  • Invitation to Tender is Published w/c 21/10/19
  • Tender Closes w/c 11/11/19
  • Tender Evaluation w/c 18/11/19 – w/c 02/12/19
  • Preferred Supplier Approval w/c 09/12/19
  • Standstill Period w/c 09/12/19 – w/c 16/12/19
  • Delivery Commences w/c 20/01/19

The Doncaster Pathways to Progression programme is part funded by the European Social Fund (ESF).

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Support at Home Service in North East Lincolnshire (previously Domiciliary Care)

Deadline 22nd November 2019

North East Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning Group (NELCCG) is seeking applications from suitably qualified and experienced providers, who are currently registered as Home Care Agencies with the Care Quality Commission.

The contract is for the provision of Support at Home (domiciliary care) services in North East Lincolnshire for a 3 [three] year period with the possibility of extending for a further 2 years.

NELCCG are looking to award three “Lead Provider” contracts for designated geographical areas with support contracts awarded to “Approved Providers” to support the Lead Providers. NELCCG have been working to remodel the way people receive their support at home. Moving away from the rigid time/task method to a much more responsive, flexible and personal service.

To access more information please visit the NELCCG website here.

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Lincolnshire Children’s services Placements for Independent Residential Care, Independent Foster Care and Independent & Non-Maintained (Special) Schools Re-Opening of the Open Select List 2019 (Lincolnshire County Council)

Deadline 11th October 2019

This procurement is under the Light Touch Regime established pursuant to Regulations 74-76 and Regulation 76(7) of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 for the purposes of commissioning an Open Select List for the provision of placements for Independent Residential Care. Independent Foster Care and Independent and Non-Maintained (Special) Schools.

For more information, please visit the tender website here.

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Community Supported Living – Adults – Open Select List (Lincolnshire County Council)

Deadline 23rd March 2020

Lincolnshire County Council currently has an Open Select List in operation for the commissioning of Community Supported Living for Adults with a range of different needs including Learning Disabilities, Physical Disabilities and Mental Health.

The purpose of the service is to enable vulnerable adults to develop existing skills or acquire new skills to increase their independence in daily living through appropriate risk taking, identify and enable opportunities for education and employment, and ultimately meet their desired outcomes as detailed within their Personal Plan. In addition services focus on keeping individuals healthy and safe.

For more information please visit the EastMids Tender website here.

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