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Bid Writing for CCS Framework Estate Management Services 2

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Jun 03, 2024

Opportunity Summary for CCS Framework: Estate Management Services 2 (RM6343)

Description: This framework provides comprehensive estate management services for public sector organisations. Services include total estate management, agency and lease management, surveying, strategic advice, valuation, compulsory purchase orders, business rating services, and integrated workplace management.

Value: Significant multi-million-pound contracts, offering a broad range of property management services.

The current estate management services framework has 45 suppliers, so a great opportunity for SME bidders and more niche service providers and professional services consultancies.

Key Dates:

  • Pre-market Engagement: August 2023
  • Drafting of Procurement Documents: February 2024
  • Publication of FTS Notice: October 2024
  • Framework Award: July 2025


Requirements:

  • Pass/Fail Criteria: Compliance with Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) qualifications and industry standards.
  • Engagement Activities: Participation in supplier engagement sessions and workshops.


Action Steps:

  • Supplier engagement events will begin in April 2024. Register interest via the CCS website.
  • Compile evidence of successful past projects, highlighting capabilities in estate management and strategic advice.
  • Develop detailed case studies demonstrating compliance and expertise.
  • Align internal teams with the framework’s service requirements.
  • Gather necessary documentation and stakeholder input for pre-market engagement.


Website for More Information: Crown Commercial Service - RM6343.

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London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC) digital signage project is to build on and extend the general principles of the 2013 Wayfinding Strategy incorporating new digital assets to improve wayfinding across the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park (QEOP), supporting the estate management in making the park safe, accessible, and inclusive for all users, while providing new commercial opportunities to support the long-term financial sustainability of QEOP. LLDC is seeking to place an advertising concession with a concessionaire to commence from October 2024 to create a long-term revenue generating opportunity, the benefit of which will be shared between the concessionaire and LLDC Before the release of the Contract Notice, LLDC wishes to gauge interest from the marketplace and request that interested parties register express interest via emailing roberthughes@londonlegacy.co.uk by Friday 21 June 2024- 15.00. LLDC also welcome questions from potential Bidders that may wish to engage with the Authority on understanding more about the project as LLDC are keen to encourage suppliers with the capability, appetite, and capacity to bid. All questions and answers will be provided as part of the forthcoming procurement.

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Farm Estate Management

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The contract requires a provider to manage the Teesworks Estate; including the provision of:- Communal Estate Management Services and Service Charge Administration- Commercial Services Management and Charges Administration- Management and maintenance of the owners retained non-communal estate (voids)The Contractor shall provide a comprehensive Facilities management contract to Teesworks throughout the premises, delivered in a safe and efficient manner. The Contractor shall undertake all tasks normally associated with a professional Facilities management contract.

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As part of its on-going estate management, South Wales Fire and Rescue Service are looking to re-develop New Inn Fire Station.Currently at planning stage, SWFRS plans to demolish the existing fire station and erect a new fire station on the existing footprint.One Principal Contractor will be appointed to run the project and Contractors will be appointed using a JCT Standard Building Contract.

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Value: 455000
Published: 2023-10-11
Deadline: 2023-11-20
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UK Liverpool The Minister for the Cabinet Office acting through Crown Commercial Service

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Deadline:
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South of Scotland Enterprise Property & Estate Management Services
UK Dumfries South of Scotland Enterprise Agency

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Value: 40000
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Deadline: 2023-05-05
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UK Swinton Salford City Council

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Leicester City Council (LCC) wishes to appoint a single provider to enter into a contract to supply and maintain a computer aided facilities management (CAFM) system for an initial term of three (3) years, with the option to extend for a further two years in 1 + 1-year periods under the same terms and conditions. The supplier would also need to propose and deliver an implementation plan which includes training and data migration.The City Council holds a diverse portfolio of land and property assets in Leicester and Leicestershire, that support the provision of a range of services for the city’s residents. The extensive land and property portfolio is managed in-house by the Estates and Building Services division.We employ a Corporate Landlord model – an approach that centralises the provision and maintenance of buildings and provides a joined-up corporate approach to managing our diverse land and property portfolio. Our Estates Strategy sets a direction of travel for our medium to long-term land and property management activities and involves strategic planning to ensure that our assets continue to support current and future service delivery needs.Like many organisations, we are constantly reviewing how we use our estate, and recognise that an Estates Management/CAFM solution is essential to enable and support high quality management of the corporate and commercial portfolio

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Deadline: 2023-04-04
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Estates Management Dynamic Purchasing System
UK Dunfermline Fife Housing Group

Creation of a Dynamic Purchasing System for Estate Management Services.

Value: 1800000
Published: 2023-03-03
Deadline: 2023-03-31
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Estate Management Services for the Perry Barr Regeneration Scheme
UK Birmingham Birmingham City Council

For the provision of estate management services for the Perry Barr Regeneration Scheme.Services to be provided include the planning and collection of the service charges and sinking funds; carrying out maintenance, repairs, and inspections to include public realm infrastructure and landscaped areas.

Value: 4000000
Published: 2023-01-25
Deadline: 2023-02-23
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Estate Management Services 2023
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FLS has an ongoing requirement for professional Building Surveying, Architectural and Project Services. This includes:- Buildings Surveys;- Design studies;- Specification of required works;- Project delivery and contract administration from inception to completion;- Feasibility studies; and- The organisation and management of reactive works.The Services required relate to Maintenance; Rationalisation; Refurbishment; Improvements; and New builds.The Services may apply to any of FLS' buildings and will include offices, farms, deer larders, workshops, stores, houses, visitor centres and historic buildings.

Value: 2250000
Published: 2022-12-20
Deadline: 2023-02-03
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Estate Management Services 2023
UK Inverness Forestry and Land Scotland

The Estate Management Services contract will provide FLS’ Commercial Development and Buildings teams with the additional resources and expertise required to meet organisational objectives and manage their wider assets and third-party requirements. The services required will include a comprehensive range of professional estate management services

Value: 2250000
Published: 2022-12-19
Deadline: 2023-02-03
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Access to a DPS for Sustainable and Ethically sourced Works/Construction projects (including professional services) delivering decarbonisation, biodiversity, energy efficiency, estate management and social value in local communities
UK GATESHEAD BISHOP WILKINSON CATHOLIC EDUCATION TRUST

Education Commercial Services (ECS) are seeking to establish a Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) for the provision of ethically and sustainably sourced Construction, Works and Professional Services from a wide range of suppliers who can make a positive impact on the environment and our communities whilst managing the increasing risk of modern slavery in their sectors.When applying to the DPS suppliers, are required to indicate which categories they are applying for, in order to be invited to the relevant competitions. Customers will use the categories to shortlist appointed suppliers and invite them to further competitionThe three (3) categories compromise of:• Service Category• Geographical Location• Additional Capabilities

Value: 1000000000
Published: 2022-12-01
Deadline: 2027-12-29
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Deadline:
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On Call Station Refurbishments
UK Llantrisant South Wales Fire and Rescue Service

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Value: 12000000
Published: 2022-11-22
Deadline: 2022-12-23
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Estate Management Services
UK Glasgow Provanhall Housing Association Ltd

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Value: 165000
Published: 2022-11-12
Deadline: 2022-12-05
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Estate Management Services
UK Glasgow Provanhall Housing Association Ltd

The Association is committed to providing a high standard when maintaining the estates open spaces, common gardens and landscaping for both individual and tenemental homes to the full extent of the area managed by the Association outlined in the Site Plans Appendix H. The Association hereby invites tenders for the carrying out of the Estate Management to include Ground Maintenance, Bin Pull, Bulk Uplift and Disposal and Close Cleaning services

Value: 165000
Published: 2022-11-11
Deadline: 2022-12-05
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WHC - Estate Management Service
UK Welwyn Garden City Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council

Estate Management Services for Estates

Value: 960000
Published: 2022-10-28
Deadline: 2022-11-28
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Rural Property Services
UK Mark Duignan Scottish Water

Scottish Water Commercial Land Management requires a pan-Scotland rural estate management service in respect of nearly 60,000 acres of owned water catchments as well a variety of small property holdings, houses, reservoirs and woodlands held to secure the effective delivery of water and wastewater services throughout Scotland. The key drivers are protecting the quality and integrity of water supplies/wastewater treatment along with the achievement of Scottish Water’s wider business objectives of contributing to financial outperformance against its current Strategic Plan, maximising the value of its property portfolio and expanding the utilisation of its land and assets for renewable energy generation.The framework will encompass the following services - Rural Land Management: - Provision of professional advice and support to SW relating to the Scottish Water land and property portfolio including land and forestry management, regulatory compliance, maintenance, leases, licensing, rent and income factoring, Includes SW Land Team support through secondment.Acquisitions: - Provision of professional valuation and negotiation services associated with acquisition of land and property.Redundant Asset Programme: - Provision of professional services associated with disposal of land and property assets.Land Referencing: - Provision of professional land ownership verification services and comprehensive land ownership reports.Full service scopes provided within ITN.

Value: 7000000
Published: 2022-09-16
Deadline: 2022-10-17
7000000 2022-09-16 2022-10-17
LB Enfield Affordable Housing Programme Framework
UK Enfield London Borough of Enfield

Lot 1 will be utilised for the procurement and development of housing-led sites. This willinclude all activities necessary to construct housing and associated facilities andinfrastructure (e.g. commercial and employments spaces) and ensure the long-termeffective housing and estate management of these sites.The Framework will be led by Enfield Council (“The Authority”) and will be made available tothe 32 London Boroughs and the City of London (“Authorised Users”).Specific requirements for works procured under this Lot will be set-out in the call-offdocuments but are likely to include (but not be limited to) the following:• Securing grant funding and raising of development finance• Obtaining planning permission• Supply chain management• Design and construction of housing• Design and construction of facilities and infrastructure to support housing• Aftercare and effective management of housing stock.Development works procured through the Framework will be subject to terms furtherspecified in a separate contract that will be defined as part of the call off process. It isanticipated that the form of contract to be used for individual sites or opportunities will beone of:• Development Agreement, or• Forward Fund Sales Agreement.(Please note that Enfield reserves the right to use a range of contracts where necessary andthis will be determined at the call off stage).LB Enfield is following an Open procurement procedure under the PublicContracts Regulations 2015 in order to procure the new 3-Lot Framework. LB Enfieldanticipates awarding places on Lot 1 the Framework to a maximum of 8 providers. Full details of all requirements and instructions are provided in the procurement and Tenderdocuments on the London Tenders Portal.1. The Council or an Authorised User may invite, in writing, a Framework Provider to enterinto a Call-Off Contract without any further competition between the Framework Providers(“Direct Selection”) where:1. the Call-Off Contract relates to Lot 1 and the gross development value of the project isestimated by the Council or the Authorised User to be £30million or less. Additional direct award criteria are set out in the Framework Intentions Document (Appendix 10 of the ITT).

Value: 1769550000
Published: 2022-08-13
Deadline: 2022-09-27
1769550000 2022-08-13 2022-09-27
Supply and Installation of Training Towers
UK Llantrisant South Wales Fire and Rescue Service

As part of an on-going estate management programme SWFRS are planning to replace training towers at Treorchy, Maindee and Roath as part of the initial project, with further provisions, budget allowing if the following years. As such we are seeking a contractor to supply and install a new drill tower at the station. The groundwork is to be completed by others with a technical foundation specification provided by the successful supplier. The framework will allow SWFRS to purchase training towers by calling off on an ad-hock basis.

Value: 700000
Published: 2022-07-01
Deadline: 2022-08-01
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Unified Housing, Asset & Works Management ICT System (Re-tender)
UK North Tyneside North Tyneside Council

North Tyneside Council are currently reviewing our Housing Management, Asset Management, and Works Management services. This review also covers our requirements relating to the management of an internal stores solution. Works Management The solution should allow the business to undertake all activity and workflows relating to its repairs and maintenance and construction services. Where possible it should be possible to make relevant functionality available to customers through a customer portal. These include: • Recording faults and incidents • Resource Management • Task completion and Cost Collection • Planned works • Subcontractors • Purchasing Housing Management The solution should allow the business to undertake all activity and workflows relating to its housing services. Where possible it should be possible to make relevant functionality available to customers through a customer portal. These include: • Housing Options (Allocation) • Tenancy Management • Income Management • Estate Management • Homelessness • Empty Homes • Leasehold and Right To Buy • Anti-Social Behaviour Management Asset Management The solution should allow the business to undertake all activity and workflows relating to its asset management services. Where possible it should be possible to make relevant functionality available to customers through a customer portal. These include: • Asset Information • Asset Reporting • Asbestos Management • Compliance • Stock Condition • Future Works • Schools estate Stock and Plant Management

Value: 5000000
Published: 2022-03-16
Deadline: 2022-04-20
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Horizon 120 Estate Management Agents
UK Braintree Braintree District Council

Braintree District Council have been selling development plots and continue to do so, on the new Horizon 120 Business Park at Great Notley, Braintree, Essex. The park will house a range of innovative firms, including our own multi-use plaza building.We are seeking to appoint Estate Management Agents to provide services to the common parts of the business park.The contract will be for a period of two years with the option to extend for a further 12 months.

Value: 450000
Published: 2022-03-16
Deadline: 2022-04-13
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Term Maintenance Contract
UK Colindale London London Borough of Barnet

Provision of new contract(s) to delivery cyclical/planned and reactive maintenance for the managed estate asset, including project works. These are required in support of compliant statutory estate management and to enable minor works, repairs and refurbishments to be achieved through identified suppliers.The works involve reactive and cyclical maintenance and project work in the following disciplines:-Mechanical worksA specific contract will be awarded for a three year term with up to two year extension option. Full details are within the tender documents which can be accessed from www.barnetsourcing.co.uk current opportunities.

Value:
Published: 2022-02-26
Deadline: 2022-03-28
2022-02-26 2022-03-28
Homes England Legal Services Framework 2022-2026
UK Coventry Homes England (the name adopted by the Homes and Communities Agency)

Lot 1 - Routine Real Estate & Investment- Property: including Landlord and Tenant, plot sales, estate management, release of restrictions and consents;- Commercial law;- Banking (short term development finance to SMEs) and Restructuring (in the event of default e.g. reservation of rights letters);- Agricultural law;Additional Services for Lot 1- Real Estate: including Acquisitions, Disposals and Building Leases;- Procurement and public subsidy;- Grant Agreements;- Planning: including CPO;- Development and Construction;- Real Estate Litigation including mortgage enforcement and possession claims;- Contracts (goods, works and services);- Environmental Law including biodiversity & net gain;- Intellectual Property.

Value: 47000000
Published: 2022-02-17
Deadline: 2022-03-21
47000000 2022-02-17 2022-03-21
Provision of Railway Estates Management Services: Retail, Commercial and Occupations
UK London FIRST TRENITALIA WEST COAST RAIL LIMITED

FirstRail Holdings (FRH) is looking to appoint an experienced RICS rail estate management consultancy to drive and deliver both higher rental income returns by increasing the rent roll and substantial customer service improvements through capital and tenant investment. Our built stations estate (which encompasses all property within our Leases including station buildings, car parks and other land and property.)The scope of this requirement covers the provision of an estate management services provider for Great Western Railway, South Western Railway and Avanti West Coast and TransPennine Express Train Operating Contracts (TOCs). Please note that First Transpennine Express (TPE) is included within this tender as an optional "add on", however there is no guarantee that this TOC will be included in the final contract award. FRH reserve the right to include TPE and the associated service offering from the successful bidder at any point or not at all over the duration of the contract term utilising this tendering process. The estate comprises of over 700 properties providing a broad mix of retail, office, residential and other commercial tenancies held on a mixture of leases and licences. For the avoidance of doubt this excludes the management of station car parking and commercial advertising.The estate has generated a rental income to these FirstGroup TOCs of approximately £13.7m per annum pre-Covid pandemic, and budgeted income of £10.8m per annum year ending March 2023.The proposed contract would be for an initial 3-year period up to 24th July 2025 with an option to extend for a further year up to July 2026. The estimated value of the contract is expected to be approximately in the range of £2,456,764 and £4,176,500 excluding VAT for the full 4 years of the contract (this includes the optional one-year extension for all four TOCs). The anticipated range excluding TPE is in anticipated to be in the range of £2,292,547 - £3,897,330.92.

Value: 3100000
Published: 2022-02-16
Deadline: 2022-03-18
3100000 2022-02-16 2022-03-18
Provision of Professional Estate Management Services
UK Edinburgh National Records of Scotland

NRS requires Contractors to provide professional estates consultancy services including management, advice, guidance and assistance on property and estates issues, which may include, but are not limited to, the following disciplines:- Project Management- Space Planning- Architectural Services including conservation and historical and listed building specialist- Building Surveying – with conservation specialisms- Quantity Surveying- Principle Designer services (under CDM Regulations)- Mechanical & Electrical Engineering- Structural Engineering- Energy and Environmental Management & Control- Property Advice (accommodation, commercial advice, rates etc.)- Health and Safety consultancy- Fire Safety- Asbestos management- Water safety (including legionella)- Clerk of Works / supervisor- General Property and Commercial Advice- Physical Security Reviews and Development of Strategies- Development and Planning Consultancy Advice- Facilities Management Consultancy- Presentation and information drawing services – e.g. to explain changes to building occupation- 3D scanning of properties

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Published: 2022-02-15
Deadline: 2022-03-16
2022-02-15 2022-03-16
Provision of Professional Estate Management Services
UK Edinburgh National Records of Scotland

Contractors to provide Professional Estate Management Services. The Contractor and its supporting team shall be capable, suitably qualified, experienced, knowledgeable, innovative and suitably resourced in the field of Estates and Facilities Management with specialist knowledge and experience delivering these in the context of archival stores, controlled environments and listed buildings.The Services required by the Authority for their Premises includes:Full technical design service. This will cover a complete range of design team services including Architectural and Engineering .Support for the Authority Facilities and Building Management teams. This will include access to a full and complete range of consultants to provide specialist building advice when required.Project and construction management.

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Published: 2022-02-14
Deadline: 2022-03-16
2022-02-14 2022-03-16
Stock Management Digital Solution
UK Glasgow New Gorbals Housing Association

NGHA require the provision of a fully digital and mobile IT system to manage its housing stock of 2700 rented homes and 1900 factored owner occupier homes. Our current systems are server based but new software can be cloud based, if assessed as the best option.The system is required to cover aspects such as:- holding all stock records for NGHA owned and managed stock- holding all records of customers and applicants, and include statistical information- holding rent accounting, arrears, income maximisation and rent predictions, anti social behaviour, allocations, estate management, void management and service charges- logging of repairs and integrating with scheduling and workflow for inhouse operative (to include materials ordering, labour costs, invoice approval, completion times, recalls, out of hours call outs- mobile capability and ability to deal with multiple charging rates- billing of repairs- financial and accounting functionality- case management- dynamic reporting on KPIs and MI

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Published: 2022-01-08
Deadline: 2022-02-07
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Stock Management Digital Solution
UK Glasgow New Gorbals Housing Association

NGHA require the provision of a fully digital and mobile IT system to manage its housing stock of 2700 rented homes and 1900 factored owner occupier homes. Our current systems are server based but new software can be cloud based, if assessed as the best option.The system is required to cover aspects such as:- holding all stock records for NGHA owned and managed stock- holding all records of customers and applicants, and include statistical information- holding rent accounting, arrears, income maximisation and rent predictions, anti social behaviour, allocations, estate management, void management and service charges- logging of repairs and integrating with scheduling and workflow for inhouse operative (to include materials ordering, labour costs, invoice approval, completion times, recalls, out of hours call outs- mobile capability and ability to deal with multiple charging rates- billing of repairs- financial and accounting functionality- case management- dynamic reporting on KPIs and MI

Value:
Published: 2022-01-07
Deadline: 2022-02-07
2022-01-07 2022-02-07
Property Managing Agent - Skelmersdale Town Centre
UK Ormskirk West Lancashire Borough Council

In partnership with St Modwen Developments, West Lancashire Borough Client (the Client) is developing the first phase of the redevelopment of Skelmersdale Town CentreThe Client requires the Contractor to provide a wide range of commercial Property management services to effectively manage the Property in accordance with established estate management principles, maintain and enhance the investment value of the Property and maintain the Client's reputation in the community.Please be advised the documents in relation to this opportunity will be released and the Chest portal Monday 6th December 2021. Contract start date is an indicitive date only. 0

Value:
Published: 2021-12-02
Deadline: 2022-01-17
2021-12-02 2022-01-17
LB Enfield Affordable Housing Programme Framework
UK Enfield London Borough of Enfield

Lot 1 will be utilised for the procurement and development of housing-led sites. This will include all activities necessary to construct housing and associated facilities and infrastructure (e.g. commercial and employments spaces) and ensure the long-term effective housing and estate management of these sites.The Framework will be led by Enfield Council (“The Authority”) and will be made available to the 32 London Boroughs and the City of London (“Authorised Users”).Specific requirements for works procured under this Lot will be set-out in the call-off documents but are likely to include (but not be limited to) the following:• Securing grant funding and raising of development finance• Obtaining planning permission• Supply chain management• Design and construction of housing• Design and construction of facilities and infrastructure to support housing• Aftercare and effective management of housing stock.Development works procured through the Framework will be subject to terms further specified in a separate contract that will be defined as part of the call off process. It is anticipated that the form of contract to be used for individual sites or opportunities will be one of:• Development Agreement, or• Forward Fund Sales Agreement.(Please note that Enfield reserves the right to use a range of contracts where necessary and this will be determined at the call off stage).LB Enfield is following a two-stage Restricted procurement procedure under the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 in order to procure the new 3-Lot Framework. Under the first stage of the process, bidders are required to complete a Selection Questionnaire and its associated appendices and submit it via the London Tenders Portal in line with the timetable provided on the portal and in the documents. Following evaluation of submitted SQs, LB Enfield anticipates shortlisting a maximum of 10 providers to be Invited to Tender for Lot 1. Following evaluation of received Tenders under the second stage of the process, LB Enfield anticipates awarding places on Lot 1 the Framework to a maximum of 8 providers.Full details of all requirements and instructions are provided in the procurement and Tender documents on the London Tenders Portal.1. The Council or an Authorised User may invite, in writing, a Framework Provider to enter into a Call-Off Contract without any further competition between the Framework Providers (“Direct Selection”) where:1. the Call-Off Contract relates to Lot 1 and the gross development value of the project is estimated by the Council or the Authorised User to be £30million or less;

Value: 1769550000
Published: 2021-09-23
Deadline: 2021-10-27
1769550000 2021-09-23 2021-10-27
Framework of Chartered Surveyors - Professional Property and Estate Management Services
UK Bromley London Borough of Bromley

Please refer to 2.5 of Service Specification.

Value: 450000
Published: 2021-07-24
Deadline: 2021-08-27
450000 2021-07-24 2021-08-27
Estate Management Services
UK Liverpool The Minister for the Cabinet Office acting through Crown Commercial Service

Operation and management to support the occupation of the central government and wider public sector estate, providing technical due diligence where required, providing an end to end service provision for the lifecycle of a property.

Value: 500000000
Published: 2020-12-04
Deadline: 2021-02-12
500000000 2020-12-04 2021-02-12
P5673 Estate Management Services
UK London Tower Hamlets

The authority are seeking to appoint an accredited chartered surveying firm to provide estate management professional services support. The service provider shall deliver a professional service for a range of commercial building’s including rent reviews, lease renewals, letting, general estate management advice and full estate management on behalf of the Council.The appointed firm will be contracted to provide the services detailed for a period of 48 months (contract length will be 36 months with an optional extension of 12 months).

Value: 494000
Published: 2020-08-26
Deadline: 2020-09-21
494000 2020-08-26 2020-09-21
Commercial Property Management
UK Worthing Southern Water Services Ltd

The Southern Water objective of the commercial property management tender is to put in place a property partner that Southern Water can work with long term, develop a strong relationship and agile working to deliver greater value as detailed further in the IITT document.The commercial property services required include but is not limited to:• sales,• lettings,• acquisitions,• L&T,• strategic/investment advice,• valuation,• building services,• planning,• business rates,• estate management,• property management.

Value: 4000000
Published: 2020-08-21
Deadline: 2020-09-21
4000000 2020-08-21 2020-09-21
CON19012 — UKRI NERC Estates and Construction Consultancy Services Framework
UK Swindon UK Research and Innovation

The purpose of this framework agreement is to appoint a consultancy to support the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) in developing and delivering a broad range of estate professional services and construction project management services across its UK Managed Science Estate.The tender is for the procurement of an estates and construction consultancy services to support NERC in the delivery of a wide range of construction projects and estate services. The framework agreement is for a period of 4 years. The contracting authority shall be UKRI.The full scope of construction projects and estate services that will be undertaken during the framework agreement period is not known, and therefore no guarantee can be given as to the actual amount or type of work that may be ordered during the framework agreement period.However, a series of potential projects have been identified and, subject to confirmation of funding and will require support from the ECCS framework. These include:— estate professional and technical services: this comprises of services in accordance with professional standards and competencies. Core services include the provision of multidisciplinary disciplines such as condition surveys, long term maintenance planning, valuations, strategic advice, planning, estate management, building H&S compliance, building surveying services, asset management, with non-core activities capturing specialist areas (including but not limited to) as fire strategy, sustainability, energy efficiency.— Construction project management services — comprising of core service disciplines of client adviser, project lead and contract administrator, architect, BIM, building services, civil and structural engineer; cost consultant; lead designer; principal designer and non-core service disciplines consisting of specialist surveys.A brief summary of the requirements has been provided above, please ensure you review all specifications for full details of this requirement.

Value: 9500000
Published: 2020-07-23
Deadline: 2020-09-01
9500000 2020-07-23 2020-09-01
Professional Estate Management Services
UK Truro Cornwall Council

Procurement of external property specialists to support the in-house team in undertaking commissioned professional property work on behalf of the authority in the areas of estate management and agency, building surveyor services and specialist services.

Value: 960000
Published: 2020-07-21
Deadline: 2020-08-14
960000 2020-07-21 2020-08-14
Provision of a Corporate Housing IT Solution
UK Hengoed Caerphilly County Borough Council

Caerphilly County Borough Council is seeking tender responses from suitably qualified suppliers capable of becoming a strategic partner to the Authority for the Supply and Installation of a Corporate IT Housing System Solution.For information and at the present time the Authority utilizes four different database applications to meet our requirements and to deliver the following services:"Core tenancy information, estate management, tenancy enforcement, supported housing, sheltered housing, housing complaints, empty property management, rent accounting and arrears functions""Cyclical maintenance, response repair reporting, repair appointments, job costing and management functions""Asset component information, WHQS compliance and works contract management functions""Common housing register, allocations and homelessness functions"It is the Council’s intention to encapsulate all of these four different areas into one contract.The strategic partner is therefore required to be capable of driving innovation through the new arrangement during the term of the contract including the delivery of system upgrades and potential delivery of any new products relevant to this service.

Value:
Published: 2020-07-13
Deadline: 2020-08-21
2020-07-13 2020-08-21
874/2020 Estate Management and Valuation Services
UK Croydon Croydon Council

London Borough of Croydon (‘The Council’) is seeking to appoint an accredited chartered surveying firm to provide a valuation and estate management advice service. The service provider shall provide a professional service for a range of residential and commercial building’s including rent reviews, lease renewals, valuation advice, acquisition advice, advice on the disposal of land and property, building surveying and strategic asset management on behalf of the Council. The range of services required include.Residential acquisitions for social housing – valuationsNegotiation for residential acquisitionAcquisition of freehold and leasehold property (including compulsory purchase)General valuation advice — all properties (including EUV, AUV, marketing)Disposal of land and propertyCommercial estate management services — rent review valuationCommercial estate management services — rent review negotiation (Council as tenant or landlord)Commercial estate management services — lease renewal valuation (Council as tenant or landlord)Commercial estate management services — lease renewal negotiation (Council as tenant or landlord)Commercial estate management services — lettingsGeneral valuation, commercial estate management, development consultancy and strategic property advice

Value:
Published: 2020-04-06
Deadline: 2020-04-20
2020-04-06 2020-04-20
Property Management Services
UK Reading Thames Water Utilities Ltd

The scope of this procurement is for the provision of specialist, property management and portfolio development services aligned to the Thames Water property portfolio and wider Thames Water Group portfolio. The Thames Water property estate includes c. 5 300 sites across 16 000 acres of which c. 60 % is in the Greenbelt or Metropolitan open land (MOL). In addition, we have a diverse range of assets that present an opportunity for Thames Water to generate additional income streams and value.This lot is split in to the following sub-sections:— lot 1 (a) TWUL assets — land sales, development and development planning;— lot 1 (b) TWUL assets — estate management and planning.These sub-sections will be awarded as a single lot but have been split out for the pupose of PQQ and ITN as the commercial and contractual models are very different.Activities that we expect to be supported by this procurement could include (but are not limited to):Lot 1 (a):— Land disposals and sales— Long term value creation (yield opportunities)— Acquisitions— Valuation support and project appraisal— Strategic initiatives— Planning and development planning— Internal asset transfers— Affordable housing— Marriage value opportunities— Alternative land use— Accommodation strategy— Aggregates— Advertising— Compulsory purchase advice— Development consent order (DCO) advice— Dedicated property director support— Identification and the potential management of other potential income streams— Interaction and engagement with Thames Water and its key stakeholder groupsLot 1 (b):— Estates management— Rents management (including renewals)— Lease renewals— Property maintenance activities— Service charge management— Statutory compliance— Accounting services and tax compliance— Town planning— Loss of business claims— Interaction and engagement with Thames Water and its key stakeholder groupsSuccessful organisations should have a proven track record in property management and portfolio development services with an experienced, dedicated workforce to deliver the activities mentioned above. We expect successful organisations to operate as an integrated member of the Thames Water Property team, providing services and presence within the Thames Water offices in Reading and the Thames Tideway offices in central London (recommend 2 days per week unless agreed otherwise).Additionally, Thames Water are seeking suppliers that will provide an innovative contribution towards our key areas of development:— Maximising the value and revenues from our property portfolio over the next 10 years and beyond— Building and identifying a sustainable strategy and pipeline of opportunity to support a 10-year (and beyond) plan— Identifying and validating untapped, potential income streams and value creation within the Thames Water portfolioFor the avoidance of doubt the scope for this procurement does not include facilities management.Scope detail for this LOT has been included in our PQQ documentation.

Value: 30000000
Published: 2020-03-13
Deadline: 2020-03-24
30000000 2020-03-13 2020-03-24
Cambridge City Council — Property Management System
UK Cambridge Cambridge City Council

The Council is seeking a property database system that is capable of supporting the fullest functionality across the range of property management activities. It needs to be capable of being implemented in an incremental, modular way to reflect the Council’s priorities. The system is expected to hold a full record of the Council’s ownership (both housing and non-housing assets) and be used for the management of the Council’s operational and commercial property portfolio. The management of Council’s housing stock (tenancies, etc.) is not included within the scope of the system. The Council’s aim for a property service which is effective at a strategic and technical level and that can ensure the Council’s property portfolio is statutory compliant, fit for purpose, cost efficient and in the context of the commercial portfolio contributing to the Council’s revenue budget by maximising income from its property holdings. It should support:— the full functional requirements covering the broad scope of property activities the Council undertakes,— integration with other key specialist software the Council uses for Finance, Corporate GIS and capital accounting,— comprehensive recording of data across all the statutory compliance requirements relating to properties,— the ability to ‘publish’ data to meet the Council’s requirement under the transparency code,— improved performance reporting, particularly for the commercial portfolio,— effective coordination of all property activities through use of diary alerts to ensure timely and effective actions on property matters including estate management actions.

Value: 350000
Published: 2020-02-06
Deadline: 2020-03-04
350000 2020-02-06 2020-03-04
National Framework for Professional Services in Construction and Premises 2020
UK Melton The Education Alliance

The Education Alliance are looking to establish a framework of consultants for professional services in construction and premises contracts within the UK. The framework will cover projects, but is not limited to, new builds, extensions, refurbishments, housing builds, multi-complex builds, works covering the railway industry, etc. The procurement will involve a single stage process following the Public Contract Regulations 2015 open procedure. The framework agreement will be established for a period of 3 years from April 2020, with the option of up to 1 year each at the discretion of the contracting authority and subject to satisfactory performance. The framework will be split in to 19 separate lots, which will operate with a maximum of 6 consultants per region, per lot. This framework agreement is being advertised and tendered, so it can be utilised by all Public-sector bodies, including Charities in the UK. The full list is available in the tender synopsis on the In-Tend portal — https://in-tendhost.co.uk/pagabo/aspx/homePublic sector bodies as outlined above who may wish to access this framework at some future date may either directly appoint or further compete their requirement. Call-off contracts for any Services shall use the NEC4 Professional Service Contract (PSC) options A, C or E. The services covered by this lot include, but are not limited to: civil engineering structural engineering quantity surveyors, project and programme managers, lead consultants building surveying building services engineering (M&E) architectural design services landscape architectural design services site supervisor/clerk or works asset/estate management funding solutions and bid writing archaeological services sustainability and environmental consultancy town and master planning heritage health and safety consultant inc principle designer services fire engineer asbestos consultancy water consultancy including Legionella monitoring.

Value: 500000000
Published: 2019-09-18
Deadline: 2019-10-31
500000000 2019-09-18 2019-10-31
SCH — Waste Management Services
UK Solihull Solihull Community Housing

Solihull Community Housing (SCH) is an Arms Length Management Organisation (ALMO) that was established in April 2004 to takeover the management of housing services on behalf of Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council (SMBC). SCH’s responsibilities include the management and maintenance of the Councils’ housing stock which consists of approximately 10 500 properties, including houses, maisonettes, high rise and low rise flats, sheltered accommodation and community centres. the asset management team operates from an office and yard facility in Chelmsley Wood, Solihull which supports the delivery of their work. This facility is a registered waste transfer station. Waste is brought into the yard from the asset management Direct Labour Organisation (DLO), estate management team and Solihull Community Housing Contractors and includes but is not limited to, waste materials associated with building maintenance works, fly tipped waste and asbestos.

Value:
Published: 2019-07-01
Deadline: 2019-07-26
2019-07-01 2019-07-26
Framework Agreement for Recruitment Agencies for Temporary and Interim Staff
UK London Homes for Haringey Ltd

Temporary recruitment suppliers’ services are needed to help Homes for Haringey to recruit temporary staff for housing management services, estate management services, housing supply and demand, income management.

Value:
Published: 2019-04-16
Deadline: 2019-05-20
2019-04-16 2019-05-20
Property and Estates Management Contractor
UK Leeds West Yorkshire Combined Authority

West Yorkshire Combined Authority (The Combined Authority) seeks competitive fee bids from consultants to provide an estate management service relating to portfolio of properties, land and assets and located in the 5 districts of West Yorkshire.

Value:
Published: 2019-04-05
Deadline: 2019-05-03
2019-04-05 2019-05-03
PSNI:2138641 — Property Management Services for Police Service of Northern Ireland
UK Belfast Northern Ireland Policing Board

The service provider is required to deliver the client's estate management strategy for the continued development of the PSNI's buildings and facilities under the following service areas: security, health and safety, audit, financial control and management, contracts management, help desk, property management, maintenance, micro works, projects, energy and utilities management, completion and settlement and variable services. The contract will be awarded on the basis of best price quality ratio and use the narrow average, price scoring mechanism.

Value: 16500000
Published: 2019-04-02
Deadline: 2019-06-14
16500000 2019-04-02 2019-06-14
Estate Management for Investment Property Portfolio and Facilities Management Services — Plus Additi
UK Wellingborough Borough Council of Wellingborough

The Borough Council of Wellingborough requires an Estate Management services provider to manage the Council's Investment Property Portfolio, to provide Facilities Management Services for this same Investment Property Portfolio and also Additional Property Services, as required.The estimated contract value of 2 250 000 GBP approx. is for the maximum term of the contract (3 + 1 + 1 = 5 yrs.), based on a fixed annual fee for the core Estate Management and Facilities Management services, respectively, provided to the Borough Council of Wellingborough, plus estimated annual expenditure on additional property related services, also provided to the Borough of Wellingborough.The demand for, and therefore the estimated value of, services that may be required by other district councils within Northamptonshire and the County Council is not known.Currently, the Council’s Investment Portfolio includes 110 separate properties with 221 let units providing a gross rental income of 2 640 000 GBP, 25 vacant units and 31 plots of land let on ground leases. The asset value is 58 900 000 GBP as at 31.3.2018. During the life of the contract it is inevitable that the portfolio will change in the light of operational and investment considerations. The investment portfolio is about 9,6 % vacant by ERV.The objective for the Investment Portfolio is:— to provide the Council with a managed asset, maximising returns and strengthening the underlying property portfolio,— to contribute to the income available to the Council whilst ensuring that the values of assets utilised are maintained and improved where possible and to offer a good service to the Council’s tenants and good value to the council tax and business ratepayers.Facilities Management services are required to support the maintenance and repair of the Investment Portfolio and must include all Statutory testing, Health and Safety matters and the proper use of service charge provisions. Budgets must be prepared by the Contractor for both reactive and planned maintenance and approved by the Council.Additional services that may be required by the Council include acquisitions, disposal and lettings, valuations, condition schedules, photographic schedules, dilapidations, party wall awards and consultancy services such as building surveying, quantity surveying, town and country planning, architectural services and project management. This is not an exhaustive list.These additional services must also be available to local government districts throughout Northamptonshire and to the County Council, at the provider's tendered schedule of rates.Short-listing questionnaires must be submitted by noon Wed 24th April and a minimum of 5 bidders will be short-listed and invited to bid.The Council is aiming to issue the Invitation to Tender (ITT) to short-listed bidders by 13th May with a deadline for bids of 7th June. The dates for the ITT stage of the tender may be subject to change.The Council is aiming to award by early July and the contract will commence 8.11.2019.The short-listing questionnaire and all the other tender documents will be available to download from the tender portal https://www.eastmidstenders.org and completed short-listing questionnaires (and later, tenders), must be up-loaded to this same tender portal too.Interested parties must register on the portal before they can access the tender documents.A link to the advert on the portal for this tender will appear in the corresponding contract notice on https://www.gov.uk/contracts-finderThis same link to the tender portal will also be added to this OJEU notice.

Value: 2250000
Published: 2019-03-27
Deadline: 2019-04-24
2250000 2019-03-27 2019-04-24
18-030 Repair, Maintenance and Investment Contract relating to RMBC Housing Stock
UK Rotherham Rotherham MBC

Lot 1 of this procurement will consist of approximately 10 546 dwellings to the North of the Borough and will involve the following categories:Category 1 – Responsive Repairs (not including Gas):Category 2 – Minor Voids;Category 3 – Revenue Planned Works;Category 5 – Safer Homes;Category 6 – Caretakers/Estate Management;Category 7 – Fire Damage and Structural;Category 8 – Aids and Adaptations;Category 9 – Major Voids;Category 10 — Capital Investment Works and New Build.

Value:
Published: 2019-01-17
Deadline: 2019-02-14
2019-01-17 2019-02-14
Provision of Legal Services 2019 — 2024
UK Selkirk Eildon Housing Association

Lot 2 — Housing and estate management which includes factoring legal services.

Value: 375000
Published: 2018-12-05
Deadline: 2019-01-18
375000 2018-12-05 2019-01-18
Management of Sheltered Leasehold Accommodation 2019
UK Weston-super-Mare North Somerset Council

North Somerset Council (NSC) owns nine schemes of leasehold sheltered housing which were developed originally during the 1980s. Overall the schemes consist of 194 dwellings of which 33 have been sold to a housing association and for which NSC does not retain a management responsibility. The remaining 161 dwellings are sold on long leases to older people aged 55 and over.The services required are as follows:— provision of estate management services and landlord’s repairs including maintenance of the grounds; cleaning, equipment servicing and repairs to the main fabric of the buildings, external redecoration and dealing with other general landlord responsibilities such as setting charges and liaising with residents,— dealing with the surrender of leases including agreeing the condition of properties subject to lease surrender, liaising with NSC’s sales and marketing agents and providing new leaseholders with information to assist them to settle in their new homes,— making referrals for housing related support if requested by leaseholder to appropriate provider of this service in the North Somerset area and connection to a community alarm centre,— the direct provision of housing related support to varying degrees to reflect the needs of residents is not part of this contract management services. Such housing related support must be assessed through the provider of such services (currently Support Alliance).The Management of Sheltered Leaseholder Accommodation Service is currently delivered via an existing provider, therefore TUPE may be applicable.

Value:
Published: 2018-11-03
Deadline: 2018-12-03
2018-11-03 2018-12-03
Surrey Administrators and Solicitors Legal Services Framework
UK Staines-upon-Thames Spelthorne Borough Council

Part A: RegenerationThe organisations appointed shall:Provide legal advisory services to the Authorities in relation to Regeneration related work for which the Authorities require legal input including but not limited to:— Development agreements,— Joint ventures,— Large scale portfolio work,— Mixed use development,— Construction and regeneration,— Public procurement advice & tendering (including competitive dialogue),— Planning inquiries,— Complex planning agreements,— Site assembly,— Review of construction contract terms and conditions,— Review of warranties to sub-contractors and sub-consultants,— Agreement of contract terms and conditions for construction contracts with any successful contractor,— Environmental matters,— Related state aid,— Any dispute or litigation closely connected with a regeneration project.Part B: PropertyThe organisations appointed shall:— Provide legal advisory services to the Authorities in relation to Property related work for which the Authorities require legal input including but not limited to:— Sales and disposals in the municipal, commercial or residential estate,— Acquisition and disposals of investment assets,— Sales and leaseback,— Landlord and Tenant,— Compulsory Purchase Orders,— Development projects,— Estate management matters – e.g. way leaves, easements etc.

Value: 8000000
Published: 2018-07-28
Deadline: 2018-08-27
8000000 2018-07-28 2018-08-27
Legal Services
UK London Network Rail

Network Rail as the Authority is putting in place a Framework Agreement for Legal Services. This Framework Agreement will be for a period of 5 years from 1.5.2019 to 30.4.2024 with an option to extend by up to 2 years. This procurement relates to the legal services which are listed in Schedule 2 of the Utilities Contracts Regulations 2016(UCR) 2016 as a specific service. This procurement is being conducted under the Light Tough Regime (“LTR”) and will be conducted in accordance with regulations 90 to 93 UCR 2016.We are currently transforming to ensure that we can continue to achieve these objectives which include devolving accountability from central functions to geographically based Route Business units. Prospective suppliers will be expected to partner with us to ensure we provide a first class service to both the central functions and Route Businesses to deliver this mandate.The framework is for the supply of a full range of legal services to support the delivery of its objectives for Control Period 6 (CP6) which covers the period from 1.4.2019 — 31.3.2024. Network Rail's mandate is to deliver a safe, affordable, reliable and growing railway. It is proposed that the new framework agreement will consist of a small number of suppliers who will be expected to work collaboratively and innovatively to provide legal service capability across the full range of legal disciplines. Our requirements will include a mix of commoditised and project work including but not limited to the following disciplines:— Property Development/Retail/Acquisitions/Disposals/Railway Estate Management),— Procurement; Construction,— Rail regulatory,— Dispute Resolution,— Commercial, Health Safety and Environment,— Employment, Competition,— EU Regulatory,— Freedom of Information,— Data Protection,— Debt Collection, Public Law,— Planning,— Telecoms,— Insurance, and— Corporate Governance.Network Rail will be using this procurement as an opportunity to explore innovative approaches to the delivery of legal services to ensure that we are driving value for money for the taxpayer. We would like to encourage prospective bidders who are forward thinking, committed to innovation and who are open to alternative ways of delivering our requirement for a full legal service.The legal services team is committed to a strategy of “Delivering for Our Customers” and as such, we would expect interested suppliers to have customer focus at the heart of its delivery model.The contracting authority reserves the right to award the contract on the basis of the initial tenders without conducting negotiations.Lot 1 is for England and Wales only.

Value: 98000000
Published: 2018-07-12
Deadline: 2018-08-13
98000000 2018-07-12 2018-08-13
PPIL/0028/ERP System Selection
UK Liverpool Peel Ports Group Limited

The generic bidder login to download the tender documentation (portal.peelports.co.uk) is:Username: Tenderers.Password: Tenderers!For access to the submission portal “Smartsource”, Suppliers should request access by emailing: peelportstender@lumeniaconsulting.com with their name and bid email address.This opportunity is for procurement of a new ERP system to replace legacy systems currently in use by Peel Ports, to help modernise its business systems landscape and support the streamlining and transformation of business processes in the organisation. Scope is focused on supporting Peel Ports’ ports and marine operations in the UK, Ireland and Netherlands.Project scope is focused on supporting Peel Ports’ ports and marine operations in the UK, Ireland and Netherlands. Functional scope includes the following areas:— core financials,— treasury management,— budgeting and forecasting,— customer pricing and contract management,— integration of service management and billing,— sales invoicing and credit control,— purchasing,— expense management,— project management (including capex approval),— enterprise asset management (EAM),— inventory management and stock requisitioning,— estate management (i.e. property and lease management for real estate),— HR,— payroll processing,— document management,— data warehousing, reporting and business intelligence (BI).The contract value will vary dependent on the results of the competitive dialogue process (e.g. finalising scope, hosting method etc.) but is estimated for the initial term as follows: between 8 000 000 GBP and 10 500 000 GBP spend over 10 years, including services and upfront and ongoing software costs (maintenance or subscription).For further information please refer to the tender documentation, available at the address shown in this Notice.

Value: 15500000
Published: 2018-05-15
Deadline: 2018-06-13
15500000 2018-05-15 2018-06-13
The Provision of Estate Management Services
UK Swindon First Greater Western Limited

First Greater Western Ltd (t/a Great Western Railway and /or GWR) is seeking an estate management services provider to manage the retail and commercial estate in order to optimise rental income. The provider will also be expected to identify and deliver significant customer service improvements by identifying and securing capital and tenant investment.The Great Western franchise comprises of approximately 280 properties. The properties provide a broad mix of retail, office, residential and pother commercial tenancies held on a range of leases and licences.The estate currently generates a rental income of approximately 2 500 000 GBP per annum.

Value:
Published: 2018-03-29
Deadline: 2018-04-18
2018-03-29 2018-04-18
Refurbishment of St Marys Primary School, Greenock
UK Greenock Inverclyde Council

As part of the school estate strategy Inverclyde Council has taken the decision to comprehensively refurbish St Mary’s Primary School. This project forms part of the council’s school estate management plan.The council wishes to appoint a principal contractor to carry out the refurbishment of the St Mary’s Primary School and associated external works.

Value: 5300000
Published: 2017-12-22
Deadline: 2018-02-15
5300000 2017-12-22 2018-02-15
Jisc Services Ltd Tiered Storage.
UK Bristol Jisc Services Ltd

JSL wishes to provide Jisc members (covered under the Janet Eligibility Policy in section 1.1 of the PQQ document) with a national Tiered Storage Service which would provide storage for different applications including research data management; research information management; digital asset management and library management systems; backup and disaster recovery; preservation and curation archiving; secure data storage; enterprise data and systems (e.g. financial, personnel, academic records, estate management, human resources, corporate affairs, public relations); virtual learning environments; data staging for high performance computing; private cloud virtual infrastructure (such as Hyper-V or VMWare). In our initial forecasts, JSL would anticipate the service initially providing a total storage capacity of 0.75PB of hot storage and 2.5PB of cold storage to around three Jisc members in the first year, and scaling to 35PB hot storage/110PB cold storage and serving thirty Jisc members in year five.Key use cases identified with the Jisc members include:— Backend storage for the Jisc Research Data Shared Service,— Storage for raw research data,— Back-end storage for RDSS for published research data,— Storage for virtual infrastructure,— Storage for business applications (e.g. VLE, LMS),— Storage for backups,— Staging storage for HPC and Computing clusters.

Value: 150000000
Published: 2017-11-14
Deadline: 2017-12-11
150000000 2017-11-14 2017-12-11
BHCC HP Commercial and Agricultural Portfolio Estate Management.
UK Hove Brighton and Hove City Council

The council requires the service provider to provide general management, lettings, rent reviews, lease renewals and valuations for the commercial portfolio, which includes secondary and tertiary retail properties, prime retail property, industrial estates, plus a wide range of other properties. Brighton & Hove City Council's total portfolio comprises a mix of properties with retail being the most prominent representing 64 % of the portfolio by income, New England House represents 11.5 %, industrial around 11 %, offices 5 %, leisure 5 % and miscellaneous uses 3.5 %.

Value: 4000000
Published: 2017-10-27
Deadline: 2017-11-23
4000000 2017-10-27 2017-11-23
London Development Panel 2.
UK London Transport for London

The Panel is intended to be used for the procurement of Panel Members to deliver residential-led development. This includes all activities necessary to construct and complete the development and associated infrastructure as well as the marketing, sale and transfer of the completed development to eventual owners. This includes, but is not limited to:— Site acquisition and land assembly;— Planning and delivery of meanwhile or temporary uses prior to construction;— Estate management;— Raising of development finance;— Master planning;— Design development;— Phasing strategy;— Obtaining planning permission;— Supply chain management;— Construction of development;— Provision of housing of all tenures including private sale housing, affordable housing and purpose built private rented housing;— Design and construction of infrastructure to support housing;— Sales and marketing of homes;— Aftercare, maintenance and where applicable, ongoing management of completed development;— Structuring of development risk and reward.Specifically, the following types of development are included:— Development and disposal of sites for residential use;— Development and disposal of mixed-use residential-led sites. Mixed-use elements to include health facilities, education and community facilities, retail or commercial development;— Estate regeneration;— Refurbishment / retrofit of existing houses, residential buildings, empty homes and associated buildings for residential-led use;— Refurbishment, restoration, conversion of heritage or other buildings for residential-led use;— Demolition, site remediation, infrastructure and enabling works to prepare sites for residential or mixed-use development;— Design and construction of homes;— Development of Extracare accommodation;— Self-build or custom build enabling as part of a larger development;— Maintenance and site management.The GLA wishes to establish a framework agreement for use by the following UK public sector bodies to deliver schemes in Greater London only:— The GLA Group;— Combined Authorities established under Section 103 of the Local Democracy Economic Development and Construction Act 2009 http://www.local.gov.uk/topics/devolution/devolution-map;— All Ministerial and Non Ministerial UK Government Departments, including their Executive Agencies and other subsidiary bodies;— Other parts of Central Government holding Crown Status employing Civil Servants;— All non-Crown Status Government Companies wholly or partly owned by Central Government Departments and their subsidiaries;— The non-Departmental Public Bodies, other Public Bodies, Public Corporations and their subsidiary bodies sponsored by Central Government Departments which are not covered by the above categories;— Local Authorities (located in Greater London)— Registered Providers— LEPs https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/252793/bis-11-768-local-enterprise-partnerships-boundary-map-august-2013.pdf;— Any successor bodies to any of the above; and— All new bodies created which fall within the criteria above.The following link: (https://www.ons.gov.uk/economy/nationalaccounts/uksectoraccounts/datasets/publicsectorclassificationguide) sets out details of the bodies that fall within the categories set out above and may be referred to as a point of reference.The GLA reserves the right to remove bodies as panel users, if they cease to exist.

Value: 20000000000
Published: 2017-07-12
Deadline: 2017-08-11
20000000000 2017-07-12 2017-08-11
PFA Energy Dynamic Purchasing System.
UK Manchester Procurement For All Ltd

Category 1: Energy Brokers/Consultants, including but not limited to estate management, account management, bureau services, metering services including aM&T, invoice validation (on a retrospective basis if necessary), risk management services, procurement of gas/electricity in compliance with EU/UK regulations, including from renewable sources and/or on a flexible basis. Estimated total value of contracts to be awarded under this Category during the 60 month period is 7 500 000 GBP.

Value: 150000000
Published: 2017-07-12
Deadline: 2017-08-09
150000000 2017-07-12 2017-08-09
Professional Property Services.
UK London Wandsworth Borough Council

Provision of Estate Management service to the Council in respect of all properties listed on the Property Lists attached where the Council is either landlord (Property List 1) or tenant (List 2). Properties may be added to the Lists or deleted as required by the Council.

Value: 5080000
Published: 2017-07-06
Deadline: 2017-08-03
5080000 2017-07-06 2017-08-03
Estate Management Services.
UK London The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)

The BBC is conducting a competitive procurement for the provision of Estates Management Services in accordance with the Restricted Procedure under the Public Contract.

Value: 4000000
Published: 2017-05-06
Deadline: 2017-06-05
4000000 2017-05-06 2017-06-05
St Mary's School and College ~ Tender for Estate Management Services.
UK Bexhill-on-Sea St Mary's School and College

The tender project is seeking to appoint a Contractor whose initiative and innovation will be welcomed for the provision of estate management services within the facilities for St Mary's School and College. The high quality service levels proposed, should deliver excellent standards throughout, resulting in a pleasant environment for both the pupils and staff.The basis and rationale that the Client requires the successful contractor to operate to at all times, is being able to provide a School that is fit for purpose and that the Contractor is proactive in the management of the contract, thus ensuring that all specifications are achieved and that the frequency of service is as detailed within the tender specification.The contract being tendered is for 3 years in duration from 1.9.2017 until 31.7.2020, with an option to further extend during the contract term and will be fixed price in nature, with the Contractor invoicing the Client for 1/12th of the annual cost on a monthly basis. Any variations to the contract that are requested by the Client should be invoiced at the agreed rate and should be calculated on an hourly rate per employee needed to carry out the variation, to the satisfaction of the contract supervising officer.The Contractor will be required to implement a computer based Fault reporting system, to be made available to all staff, to:— Report all faults, concerns and requests for assistance;— Categorise them by function and priority;— Acknowledge receipt to the sender;— Record action to be taken;— Record the remedial action taken;— Record the time-scale for First Fix and Remedy / Final Fix was achieved;— Provide feedback to the sender, for acceptance or comment;— Provide periodic performance reports to the School (weekly / monthly / annual).The above system to be also used to monitor Planned Preventative Maintenance tasks.At present 8 estate management operatives (7.75 FTE) are employed year round for planned preventative maintenance and on call duties, including grounds maintenance tasks and work between the hours of 8:00 - 18:30 predominantly Monday to Friday, which includes a supervisory role, totalling 40 hours per week.On call staff are paid to be on call and then charge call out costs, in order to deal with alarms and minor repairs.Estate management operatives collect pupils from 2 nearby houses and return them at the end of the School day, in minibuses provided by the School. Estate management operatives also support a pupil in after school activity, by driving the bus to take the pupil horse riding. This is included within the hours detailed.Whilst the School prioritises value for money as a key objective of the competitive tender process, the Governing body is not obliged to accept the lowest price.The School's objectives:— To build upon the effectiveness of estates management within the School.— To generate an improved learning environment for all students, within the School.— To receive a service that complies with the service standards.— To receive consistently high quality maintenance standards, via a motivated and fully staffed workforce.— To receive pro-active management support for the estates management staff and sub-contractors.— To hold regular review meetings with the successful contractor.— To achieve overall value for money.

Value: 1620000
Published: 2017-04-04
Deadline: 2017-05-05
1620000 2017-04-04 2017-05-05
008/0131/17 Commercial Estate Management Income.
UK Belfast Translink

Translink is the public transport provider across Northern Ireland through a fleet of PSVs, local trains and a cross border service to Dublin operated in conjunction with Irish Rail. The services operate from a network of 75 bus stations, rail stations including 30 unmanned halts. Passenger facilities at stations which include shops, cafes, ATMs, vending and fixed site advertising opportunities, are located across the current estate with the main provision in the Greater Belfast area. Translink wishes to appoint a partner to manage and develop its current property estate to maximise ancillary income and develop future commercial opportunities associated with the aforementioned facilities. It is anticipated that an appointment will be made in Q3 2017 for an initial 5 year term, with further options up to a period of 5 years. Supplier registration on etendersni is essential to participate in this procurement. Please note the closing date of 15:00 on Tuesday, 21.3.2017.

Value:
Published: 2017-02-03
Deadline: 2017-03-21
2017-02-03 2017-03-21
Legal Support Services — Ebbsfleet Development Corporation.
UK Gravesend Ebbsfleet Development Corporation

The EDC is seeking a ‘One Stop Shop’ approach from a substantial team able to draw from a broad range of in house specialists across the various fields listed below. Consortia approaches will not be considered. Legal advice will include — but is not limited to — advice on the following:— Acquisition and disposal of land;— Lease of property;— Utilities;— Transportation and highways;— Memoranda of Understanding with utilities, landowners and residual bodies;— Design Team / consultant appointments;— Procurement, including complex procurement;— State aid;— Advice on estate management issues;— Loan agreements and joint ventures;— Compulsory Purchase Orders;— Planning and NCIP Advice;— Construction contracts, CPD and HSE.Other legal matters relating to the EDC's project development and delivery activities, including day to day advice to be provided within 24 hours.

Value: 3000000
Published: 2017-01-18
Deadline: 2017-01-30
3000000 2017-01-18 2017-01-30
Estate Management System (EMS).
UK Kingston upon Thames Kingston University

Kingston University seek to procure a new Estate Management software solution that will support the Kingston University (KU) in its development, management and maintenance of its Estate.Kingston University has undertaken a lot of work with stakeholders and users to help with the development and realisation of requirements in for an Estate Management Systems (EMS).Currently both Estates and KUSCO have a need for a system that is easy to use, does not require a lot of management and which meets the needs of all users.Kingston University is currently engaged in a diverse range of system upgrades and change projects and whilst it is expected that Kingston University will implement and fulfil the project scope, it may not implement all the detailed requirements.

Value:
Published: 2017-01-12
Deadline: 2017-02-10
2017-01-12 2017-02-10
Procurement of mobile working software.
UK Northwich Weaver Vale Housing Trust

Provision of mobile working software for the Property Services division of the trust, initially for the administration and maintenance of the trusts repairs function. The scope of the service in years 2 and 3 will extend to the Estate Management function. Current requirement is for 120 licences.

Value: 175000
Published: 2016-11-29
Deadline: 2017-01-03
175000 2016-11-29 2017-01-03
Provision of Legal Services.
UK Exeter University of Exeter

The Panel firms would (where necessary) be expected to familiarise themselves with the University's property portfolio and advise on areas such as (but not limited to):—Estate management, —TVG Issues, —Sales and purchases, —Property related disputes and claims, —Landlord and tenant, —Operational student residences issues, —Construction contracts, appointments and warranties, —Construction procurement, —Construction insolvency and disputes, —Infrastructure, —Planning matters, —Easements and wayleaves, —Funding, mortgages and security, —Procurement, —Insolvency, —State Aid, —Health & Safety, —Projects.

Value: 4000000
Published: 2016-09-22
Deadline: 2016-10-21
4000000 2016-09-22 2016-10-21
Estate Management and Capital Accounting System.
UK Truro Cornwall Council

Cornwall Council is responsible for the management of a significant property estate. Its assets include a wide variety of operational and commercial properties such as offices, libraries, leisure centres, social care properties, schools, industrial estates, business centres, depots, public open space, ports and harbours, heritage buildings, art galleries, a mine and an airport. The book value of the estate is 1 900 000 000 GBP and consists of over 1 600 sites and 6 500 separate buildings.The Council requires an externally hosted solution that shall have functionality in terms of work-flows, help-desk and reporting covering all property disciplines.The tender has been structured to allow separate bids for the estates and capital accounting requirements, or for a solution covering the full range of the Council's requirements.

Value: 735000
Published: 2016-07-07
Deadline: 2016-08-04
735000 2016-07-07 2016-08-04
Estate Management and FM Services Contract — Rusham Park.
UK Egham Royal Holloway and Bedford New College

The University is 1 of the UK's leading research-intensive universities, with 21 academic departments and schools spanning the arts and humanities, sciences, social sciences, management, economics and law. The University is acquiring Rusham Park, a commercial investment property adjacent to its existing estate. In the medium term the property will be leased, initially to the existing owner-occupiers on effective full repairing and insuring terms (subject to the actual lease terms), but where the estate common areas will be managed by the successful bidder, on behalf the University, as landlord.Most of the common areas are external spaces, including a multi-level car park, but there is some common hot water boiler plant, and a canteen facility for tenants' employees on site. The value of the services to be provided is envisaged to be approximately 1 200 000 GBP per annum.A single combined landlord's property and facilities management service is required for the common areas of the site. The University currently envisages that the contract will be for a period of 3 years, with an option for the University (in its absolute discretion) to extend for a period of 2 years and a further option for the contract to be extended (by mutual agreement of the parties) for a period or periods not exceeding 3 years in total. The maximum total duration of the contract is, therefore, 8 years. The contract will also contain early termination provisions, as set out in the procurement documents.A single inclusive price will be required. Sub-contracting of some services is envisaged. The services to be provided are as follows:— Landlord estate management including rent and service charge budgeting and accounting, managing additional pass-through costs, safety risk compliance and tenant management;— Employment of a site Facility Manager;— Manned security guarding (24 hours), including reception services during normal working hours;— Cleaning and janitorial services;— Landscape maintenance;— Pest Control;— Waste management and recycling;— Planned maintenance to the retained Mechanical and Electrical Plant and equipment;— Provision of a mini-bus transportation service;— A catering service — canteen, café and shop in the common area, and hospitality service to the demised buildings.The successful tenderer may be required to provide other services which the University (as landlord) is required to provide to the tenants of Rusham Park under the terms of the lease.Expressions of interest are invited from Candidates who should complete the Pre-Qualification Questionnaire and who will need to demonstrate competency and experience in managing similar environments on behalf of investor landlords, and the ability to procure the appropriate supply chain as principal contractor (i.e. as distinct from landlord traditional managing agent) whilst recognising the need to comply with required transparency for service charge accountability. The Facility Management services already exist on site but under a different ownership and management regime.Qualifying Candidates will be required to tender for all the services specified.The Rusham Park Site is adjacent to the University's existing estate. The University reserves the right to extend some of the Required Services to include the provision of services at other nearby University sites. Further details are set out in the ITT and draft contract.The estimated value of the contract set out in sections II.1.5) and II.2.6) of this Contract Notice is the estimated total value of the contract if extended by the further 2 year and 3 year periods.The duration of the contract in section II.2.7) of this Contract Notice is the full duration if the 3 year contract is extended by the further 2 year and 3 year periods.Further details of this procurement are set out in the PQQ and ITT on the In

Value: 9600000
Published: 2016-06-18
Deadline: 2016-07-01
9600000 2016-06-18 2016-07-01
Joint Venture for Energy and Sustainability.
UK Eastbourne Eastbourne Borough Council

The commercial opportunities that would be available for each of the sustainability sectors listed below are based on what EBC and other participants want to achieve over the next 20-30 years. A list of potential starter projects have already been identified and can be found in the MOI. The JV arrangement may involve services, works or supplies being developed and delivered and commercial opportunities taken forward in a number of sectors, summarised below:— Energy — efficiency, generation, supply, demand and distribution, R and D;— Transport — cleaner transport and vehicle usage;— Fresh food production — next generation commercial greenhouses linked with energy generation;— Fresh fish or protein production — sustainable fish or protein farms linked with energy generation;— Waste — collection and circular economy;— Water — supply and adaption.The final Joint Venture (JV) structure and commercial terms is something that EBC wishes to develop during the negotiation process. EBC's preferred option is to implement an incremental partnership drawing on the approaches developed by joint venture models such as the Hub concept that was developed by the Scottish Futures Trust. However, unlike the Hub model, rather than form a company at the outset for the JV element of the arrangements, the initial proposal is to have a contractual JV which may, if the parties agree, be incorporated during the course of the arrangements. The intention is to put in place a Strategic Partnership Agreement (SPA) which acts as the umbrella or top-level governance arrangement in terms of the relationship with the selected joint venture partner as well as setting out the process in relation to the delivery of projects, supplies, works and services. The SPA is therefore anticipated to set up multiple layers of involvement to cover these different elements.EBC is willing to discuss the benefits of setting up a joint venture company at the outset with Potential Partners during the procurement process.The primary purpose of the initial contractual Joint Venture would be to develop business cases and once a business case is developed it could be taken forwards through separate project agreements and Special Purpose Vehicles (SPVs). The basis of the exact arrangements for each project would come out of the business plan process — these might be an extension of the JV in nature or might be more works/services/supplies based or involve concessions.The JV will provide (or arrange for the provision of) ‘Partnering Services’ in relation to the needs of the JV Areas and UK JV Areas primarily to provide and deliver (or manage the provision or delivery through its supply chain) of a mixture of energy and sustainability works, services and supplies (‘Transformational Projects’) the beneficiaries of which may be the public participants named in this notice or the wider public, commercial and other organisations based or operating in the UK. . It is anticipated that the Transformational Projects may be delivered through a range of contract and financial structures and may include special purpose vehicles established by the JV and participants in the JV arrangements.The Partnering Services to be provided by the JV may also include but will not be limited to: Partnering and Collaborative Working; Estate Management; demonstration of Continuous Improvement in Value for Money; Property Development; Supply Chain Management; Funding; Regeneration and Community Involvement; Strategic Estate Planning and Service Planning.Further details on the structure of the arrangements, the Hub model and scope of projects and Partnering Services can be found in the MOI obtainable from the address in Section 1.3) of this notice: (https://www.sesharedservices.org.uk/esourcing).

Value: 50000000000
Published: 2016-06-02
Deadline: 2016-07-18
50000000000 2016-06-02 2016-07-18
Estate Management Consultancy for Stratford Waterfront (Olympicopolis).
UK London London Legacy Development Corporation

To support the creation of a Preliminary Estates Management Strategy and calculation of the associated service charge, budgets and life cycle costs at Stratford Waterfront. This guidance will take the form of reports, budgets and schedules in interim and final forms which will be developed alongside the emerging design for the area. LLDC is also seeking to draw upon additional strategy advice and commercial input to conclude the development of the Estates Management Strategy.

Value: 170000
Published: 2016-04-01
Deadline: 2016-05-10
170000 2016-04-01 2016-05-10
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