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GENERAL INFORMATION 
Capital-E-Sourcing Portal (the "Portal")
Most of the Council's tendering exercises will be undertaken through the CapitalESourcing Portal  (new window), and all communications will be managed through it.  Where the Portal is being used you must register an interest on it in order to participate (registration is free). The Portal is also used by the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea and Westminster City Council, so when you register on the Portal you will also receive email notifications of other relevant opportunities as and when they arise from any of the three councils.  The above link can be used for those who are already registered or organisations registering for the first time.  If you are registering for the first time on the Portal the system provides a Supplier Registration Wizard and you will need to complete each step. Once you have completed your registration application form it will be reviewed. If another person within your organisation has previously registered an interest on the system your application will be rejected and an e-mail explaining why will be sent to you. You will need to contact that person within your organisation that is already registered and have them set up an account for you. Once your application has been accepted you will receive an email informing you of this and giving you a username and password, you will then be able to access this opportunity (and others that may be on the system). 

Please note that when submitting any completed Pre-Qualification Questionnaire (also known as a PQQ) or tender through the Portal that the process is not instantaneous.  It depends upon the size of the document(s) you are uploading and the broadband width and speeds provided by your Internet Service Provider (not the Council or the provider of the Portal).  Therefore, you must allow sufficient time for the process to be completed as late receipt of questionnaires or tenders (even by as much as 1 second) will be identified as arriving late and therefore cannot and will not be considered.

Equalities and Health & Safety
Due to the nature of some of the contracts to be awarded, it may be appropriate for you to familiarise with the appropriate guidance and/or Codes of Practice that are currently in force and issued by the Equality and Human Rights Commission (new window) set up by the UK Government.  Where appropriate, it will be a condition of contract that the successful contractor will be required to comply with this advice and the Council's Equal Opportunities Policy (new window). 
The Council's requirements may include contractors and services providers to demonstrate a compliance of Health & Safety legislation.  The Council recognises the accreditation afforded by the Contractors Health and Safety (CHAS) Scheme (new window) (although there are equivalents detailed on the Safety Schemes in Procurement Forum - SSIP - website) (new window).

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Title: Parking Enforcement on Housing Revenue Account Land 2014-2017
Term: 24 months from February 2014 with option for a 12 month extension
Issue of ITT: 20th December 2013 Deadline for receipt of tenders: 03:00hrs 13 February 2014

Summary:
The Council wishes to procure a suitably qualified external contractor to carry out parking enforcement on Housing Revenue Account Land (Residential).  The remit for the successful contractor is that they shall be responsible on designated housing estates for:

  • Printing permits and visitor scratch cards and vouchers
  • Issuing of resident permits and visitor scratch cards/vouchers and staff and contractor permits. Permits will be for either 6 months or 12 months. Scratch cards will be in books or 10, 20 or 50.
  • Taking payment and delivery of permits and visitor scratch cards/vouchers
  • Dealing with refund requests for permits
  • Patrolling estates for the purpose of enforcement parking controls
  • Responding to requests to deal with unauthorised or illegally parked cars
  • Issuing and processing of parking charge notices (PCN)
  • Revenue recovery from parking charge notices issued
  • Dealing with complaints and enquiries relating to the Service
  • Dealing with initial appeals against parking charge notices
  • Reporting any damage to signs, lines or gates to the Contract Administrator.
  • Patrols shall visit estates included in the scheme, serving PCN on vehicles which are parked without valid permits or if tax details are not displayed, are out of date, or the vehicle is parked illegally / obstructively.

The successful Contractor shall deal with enquiries and verbal complaints regarding vehicles that have been issued with a PCN by the Contractor.

The successful Contractor shall also respond directly to public telephone call–outs and reports from council staff concerning incidences of unauthorised parking, within a maximum time of 2 hours from receipt of the call or email during office hours 9-5pm Monday to Friday except bank holidays.

The tender exercise is being carried out in accordance with the Public Contracts Regulations 2006 (as amended) using the Open Procedure.  A contract notice was sent for publication in the Official Journal of the European Union on 19 December 2013.

All tender documents are available through the London Tenders Portal (see GENERAL INFORMATION above). All completed tender documentation must be uploaded onto the Portal no later than 03:00:00hrs (3.00 a.m.) on Friday 13 February 2014. Tenders received after this date and time WILL BE REJECTED

Notice dated 19 December 2013.

This tendering exercise is being run through the London Tenders Portal (not Capital-E-Sourcing).  Use LINK to access the opportunity

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Housing Asbestos Surveys, Sampling & Monitoring Contract (closing time & date: 03:00hrs 18 February 2014)

The Council primarily requires a Service Provider to undertake asbestos surveys and re-surveys of its residential stock.  It has approximately 17,100 homes, of which approximately 12,700 are tenanted and 4,400 are leasehold.  There are approximately 1990 blocks varying from purpose built high rise accommodation to converted street properties. The surveys will be to the communal areas, common parts and some tenanted dwellings.

The Council is offering this service to the 54 schools within the borough and the successful service provider may be required to undertake surveys and re-surveys in schools.

The Council also requires the successful service provider to offer a back-up service for surveys and re-surveys to its corporate buildings should the need arise.

The tender exercise is being carried out in accordance with the Public Contracts Regulations 2006 (as amended) using the Open Procedure. A contract notice was sent for publication in the Official Journal of the European Union on 7 January 2014.

All tender documents are available through the London Tenders Portal (see above). All completed tender documentation must be uploaded onto the Portal no later than 03:00:00hrs (3.00 a.m.) on Tuesday 18 February 2014. Tenders received after this date and time WILL BE REJECTED.

Notice dated: 7 January 2014.

This tendering exercise is being run through the London Tenders Portal (not Capital-E-Sourcing). Use LINK to access the opportunity

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Contract for Cash in Transit and Cash Processing Services (Closing time & date 03:00 hrs 30th January 2014)

The London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham (the Council) invites tenders for the provision of cash in transit and cash processing services.

The successful contractor (The Contractor)  shall provide full cash and valuables in transit services for specified sites within and outside of the borough. The Contractor will also be required to process and deposit the cash collected and act as a transit service between the Council and their bankers for the deposit of cheques and postal orders.

This tender will be run through the London Tender Portal please visit www.londontenders.org for further details.

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