Contract Title: Sale of ice creams and confectionery in parks and open spaces
Description/object of the contract: Offers are invited for the rights to the sale of ice creams, confectionery and light refreshments in seven of the Council’s parks and open spaces between 1st March and 31st December 2013.
Victory Park, Addlestone KT15 2AX
Accessed via Victory Park Rd, off Station Road, Addlestone this popular park has a paddling pool, play area, bowling green, tennis courts, football and cricket pitches.
Heathervale Recreation Ground, New Haw KT15 3AP
Opposite the end of Heathervale Road, off Woodham Lane, New Haw, this busy park has a paddling pool, play area, skate park, ball games court, putting green, bowling green, tennis courts, football and cricket pitches.
Chertsey Recreation Ground KT16 9BW
Off the A320 Guildford Road, Chertsey this park offers a paddling pool, putting, play area, bowling green, tennis courts, cricket and football pitches. It has a central car park and is used as a drop off/pickup point for pupils at Sir William Perkins School next door.
The Orchard and Abbeyfields, Chertsey KT16 8PS
Off Windsor Street in the centre of Chertsey town. Has a children's play area, football and cricket pitches
Gogmore Farm Park, Chertsey KT16 9FG
Reached via Curfew Bell Road, Chertsey. This park has a large play area popular with parents and children, a tennis court, and a ball games court.
Chertsey Meads KT16 8LN
At the end of Mead Lane, off Fordwater Road, Chertsey. This large open space has a very popular play area adjacent to the first car park. The rest of the site is popular with dog walkers
Ottershaw Memorial Field KT16 0NQ
Off Foxhills Road. A popular park with a busy children's play area, ball games court, picnic tables, cricket and football pitches.
Please note: Tender documents are available from the address below
Contact details: Runnymede Borough Council, Attention of Peter Winfield, Runnymede Borough Council, Station Road, Addlestone, Surrey KT15 2AH, Tel.: 01932 425673. E-mail: email@example.com
Contract Title: Community Infrastructure Levy-Viability Study
Description/object of the contract: The Council invites tenders for consultants to prepare a viability study to inform the development of a preliminary draft CIL charging schedule
Contact details: Cheryl Brown, Runnymede Borough Council, Attention of, Civic Centre, Station Road, Addlestone Surrey KT15 2AH, Tel.: 01932 425267 . E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dispatch of invitations to tender to selected candidates: Estimated date: Monday 10 December 2012
The Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) Regulations came into force in April 2010 and provides Borough and District Councils as 'charging authorities' with a new mechanism for collecting developer funding for infrastructure needed to support growth. Charging authorities must have a CIL charging regime in place prior to April 2014 to enable monies to be collected. After this date, the regulations restrict the local use of planning obligations for pooled contributions towards items that may be funded by CIL.
The invitation to tender is divided in to three parts:
The appointed consultant will be required to produce a borough-wide development viability assessment to be used as an evidence base to support the adoption of a CIL charging schedule across the borough and to be used as evidence at the Independent examination to justify the proposed level of charge(s).
As part of this work, the consultant will be required (based on robust evidence) to provide advice on the suitability of the Council's proposed affordable housing approach
The appointed consultant may be required to assist in the CIL submission and Examination stages as a separate commission. This will include some or all of the following:
- to help assess and provide revisions (if necessary) to the charging schedule following the consultation stages (the preliminary draft charging schedule consultation and submission draft charging schedule consultation) and following receipt of Inspector's report.
- to provide input and an expert witness role at the CIL examinations including preparation of any statements for witnesses if required.
The appointed consultant may also be requested to provide advice to officers in the Development Management team on the viability of developments on a case by case basis (from 1 February 2013). This would be on a rolling basis, anticipated to be no more than 10 occasions in each year.
To register an interest in tendering for the three phases of work, please email email@example.com, and a tender pack will be sent by email.
Contract Title: Sale of Used Pay and Display Car Park Machines
Description/object of the contract: 3 used Parkeon Stelio pay and display car park machines in working order. In the region of 15 years old. To be sold as a single lot.
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Contact details: Runnymede Borough Council, Attention of Mr Mervyn Robins, Runnymede Council Depot, Ford Road, Chertsey, Surrey KT16 8HG, Tel.: 01932 425194. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Return date for sealed bids: 12 noon Friday 5 April 2013
Contract Title: Supply of play equipment to Pooley Green open space, Egham Hythe, Surrey
Description/object of the contract: The Council invites tenders for the supply of play equipment to the specifications laid out in the tender document to be delivered directly to Pooley Green open space, Egham-Hythe at a time to be specified by the local authority.
Contact details: Matthew Godfrey, Runnymede Borough Council, Civic Centre, Station Road, Addlestone Surrey KT15 2AH, Tel.: 01932 425676. E-mail: email@example.com
Background : The council is inviting tenders for phase 1 of the works to install a new play space at Pooley Green. The council has designed the new play space and will be letting a separate contract for the installation.
The equipment to be provided is:
- 1 no swing of seasoned hard wood construction suitable for 2 cradle swings. The height of the swing is to be 2 metres
- 1 no swing of seasoned hard wood construction suitable for flat swings. The height of the swing frame is to be 4 metres from ground level. The frame should allow for 2 flat swings
- 1 no flat rotating roundabout mounted approx. 0.7 metres above ground level and at an angle. The width of the roundabout, which should be flat, should be at least 2 metres
- 1 no climbing structure to the specification and drawings set out in the tender document
Interested parties may bid to supply one or more of these items.
To register an interest in tendering for the three phases of work, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, and a tender pack will be sent by email.
Date by which tenders must be returned: Wednesday 10 April 2013
Contract Title : One compact mechanical sweeper.
Description/object of the contract : Expressions of interest are invited for the supply of one compact mechanical sweeper. The sweeper is to be used primarily for channel sweeping in residential areas where access is difficult due to parked cars. Vehicles capable of a payload in the range of 1.6 tonne to 2.5 tonne will be considered preferably with front mounted brushes.
Tender documents will be available during April 2013
Contact details : Runnymede Borough Council, Attention of Dave Stedman, Runnymede Council Depot, Ford Road, Chertsey, Surrey KT16 8HG, Tel.: 01932 425760. E-mail: email@example.com