Tender Opportunities

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 each other or 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.

Please note that tenders can be added to the Ready for Business site also by registered users. If you have any tenders that you wish to publicise email info@readyforbusiness.org.

Provision of Recycling Scrap Metal – Scottish Borders Council

Recycling of Scrap Metal from Scottish Borders Council.

Deadline Date:01/09/2014

Provision of a Childcare Vouchers Scheme – APUC Limited

APUC Ltd is seeking to appoint a Contractors for provision of a Childcare Vouchers Scheme to the Universities and Colleges in Scotland as named in this Contract Notice and to other named public sector partners in other areas of the UK.
CPV: 75340000, 98390000, 79631000, 75310000, 75000000, 66000000.

Deadline Date:02/09/2014

Strathpeffer Residents’ Association – community garden – feasibility study

Feasibility study into the development of waste ground, existing play park and surroundings adjacent Ord Terrace, Strathpeffer
Tenders should be submitted by e-mail to strathresidents@hotmail.co.uk no later than mid-day on 31 July 2014.

Bute Community Power Wind Feasibility

Bute Community Power is seeking a consultant who can provide expertise, knowledge and resources not otherwise available in the community group. Knowledge of win feasibility assessments, wind farm preliminary design, wind development work and extensive practical knowledge inthe field will be essential, along with demonstrable experience of assistance with similar projects. Experience of working on community projects is desirable.

Deadline Date: 23/07/2014

Older Persons Accommodated Respite – Moray Council

Respite care is any service of limited duration, which has a primary function of providing a break from a caring situation. It should be a positive experience for the cared for person and the carer so as to enhance the quality of their lives and support their relationship.
Respite is a service that is only considered where there is an informal care relationship that can be supported in this way. It is mainly for older people with a variety of conditions living in the Moray area that have support and care in their home from an informal carer and have been assessed by Community Care as meeting the criteria for respite. The individual may have dementia but is unlikely to require nursing care.

Deadline Date: 22/08/2014