Posted in: Tenders
Below are some tender opportunities that may be of interest to social enterprise / third sector organisations to apply for either individually or in partnership with private sector organisations. Where possible we will include opportunities that contain a Community Benefits approach. You may be required to register at the linked to websites to view the full information or to register an interest.
Maryhill Public Art: atrium/entranceways – NHSGCC
Glasgow City Community Health Partnership (NW Sector) is seeking to commission an artist/art partnership to create new permanent artworks for Maryhill Health Centre. CHP, NHSGGC and the Maryhill Reference Group are committed to the development of an innovative art, design and environmental programme as an integral component of the new Maryhill Health Centre. The invitation is for an Artist who is open to the therapeutic benefits of design in the healthcare environment.
The Artist will have experience in working with other creative professionals and be able to collaborate where required with the Curator and the Design team to ensure the smooth integration of elements in identified locations within the building. We propose a welcoming and uplifting artwork as a focal point within the building. The atrium artwork will be significant in terms of its potential scale and in terms of its artistic ambition. We would also like to invite an artist/ art partnership to transform the new main entrances into special and engaging places and to suggest an intuitive way of navigating through the new building.
For further information, please contact Scott.Dickson@ggc.scot.nhs.uk (Scott Dickson ), or call 01415318718,
Deadline: 22 May 2014 at 17:00
Healthy n Happy Development Trust (HnH) is seeking tenders for the provision of a feasibility study, preliminary design and development work (up to and including the planning application) for a community wind energy development near Cambuslang South Lanarkshire to utilise their local wind resource, with the aims of supporting the Scottish Government renewables target; creating income for the local community to invest in their priorities; and increase employment, training and volunteering opportunities in Cambuslang and Rutherglen.
HnH is seeking a consultant who can provide expertise, knowledge and resources not otherwise available in the community group. Knowledge of wind feasibility assessments, wind farm preliminary design, wind development work and extensive practical knowledge in the field will be essential, along with demonstrable experience of assistance with similar projects.
Deadline Date: 19/05/2014
Durness Development Group (DDG) was established in 2001 as a vehicle to promote and progress key strategic community developments within the geographical area defined by the Parish of Durness. There was a clear need for a community body to establish sustainable community led projects. DDG was born from this need and is a registered Scottish Charity and Company Limited by Guarantee. We work with and for the Community of Durness to enable our Parish to continue to be a sustainable and thriving place in which to live and work. Working in partnership with Highlands and Islands Enterprise we have employed two Local Development Officers to create our own sustainable action plan for the people of the Parish of Durness. Our main role is to act as the primary funding conduit and management organisation to enable the implementation of the Community Development Plan, which identifies key strategic needs within the community. For further information please see www.developingdurness.org
The next phase of work required is a comprehensive study of the markets this facility will serve and the preparation of a business case including financial projections. The research will explore the size and value of the potential markets for a harbour and shore facility on the shore of Loch Eriboll at Port Chamuill.
This work will establish the viability and sustainability of the proposed development.
Durness Development Group Limited (DDG) believe that there is a sufficient market to create a sustainable community owned harbour and shore facility at Loch Eriboll that would massively improve the resilience of the area and help to reverse the decline in population we are currently experiencing. The idea is born from a clear demand for safe and equitable access to this loch for both recreational and commercial use and the combined economic stability that this would create.
Deadline Date: 12/05/2014
North Lanarkshire Council is seeking to establish a Framework Agreement for the supply of Aids for Daily Living. Details are contained in the attached Pre-Qualification Questionnaire (PQQ). Applicants who submit their PQQ and are invited to the Invitation to Tender (ITT) stage will receive full descriptions of all the core products required for each lot. Each supplier shall be capable to provide all core items on each Lot they are awarded to. It is also envisaged that suppliers will be capable to provide fixed percentage discounts for non-core products from their catalogue.
The duration of the framework agreement will be for an initial 3 year period with the option to extend for a further 12 months at the Council’s sole discretion.
The Council has made a commitment to a Community Benefits approach to procurement to ensure that the Council secures, in compliance with legal requirements, the maximum economic and social benefit for communities, community organisations and SMEs from capital investments and services being purchased by the Council.
Accordingly contract performance conditions and evaluation criteria may relate in particular to social and environmental considerations. This will be more detailed in the tender documentation.
CPV: 33141720, 33196100, 33196200, 42416110, 42410000, 33155000, 33000000, 33192300, 33196000, 24955000, 32360000, 33141700, 33150000, 42411000, 42416300, 33100000, 33700000.
Deadline Date: 06/05/2014