Framework for Building Guardian Services

Framework for Building Guardian Services

Haringey Council wishes to procure a framework agreement for the provision of building guardian services in order to provide a method of selecting companies to provide the service.

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Opportunity Details
Opportunity Title Building Guardian Services
Buying Organisation London Borough of Haringey
Website www.haringey.gov.uk
Opportunity Method Notice Only
Opportunity Type Other supply chain (public sector)
Nature of Opportunity Services
Estimated contract value (GBP) Not disclosed
Important information This is a ‘Notice Only’ Opportunity. Do not respond to it on CompeteFor – instead follow the Buyer’s instructions below.
Description About the Opportunity:
As part of the London Borough of Haringey’s (“the Council”) accommodation strategy, buildings owned or managed by the Council may become vacant. This poses problems from a security standpoint, namely the possibility of squatters moving into vacant premises.

The Council therefore requires vacant buildings to be secured. Traditionally the Council has used manned security guarding to secure its buildings. However, a move toward the use of building guardians in order to secure properties has been in recent times, and has been found to be more cost-effective than traditional security guarding services.

Haringey Council wishes to procure a framework agreement for the provision of building guardian services in order to provide a method of selecting companies to provide the service.

About the buyer’s selection process:
Details of how to respond are contained in the attached document.

Responses should be returned to trevor.smith@haringey.gov.uk no later than 13.00hrs, 21st January, 2013.

About the buyer:

Haringey Council employs some 8,500 people making it the largest employer in the borough. More than half of the Council’s employees live in the borough.

The Council’s vision is to to sustain and improve the life chances of its residents, especially those who are most vulnerable, and develop a borough which is a good place to be born, learn, work, have fun and grow old.

The Council’s organisational structure comprises:

• Children and Young People (prevention & early intervention, children & families)
• Adult and Housing Services (adult social care, safeguarding, community & voluntary sector, community housing)
• Place and Sustainability (planning, regeneration & economy, one frontline, leisure, asset management & capital delivery, corporate property, culture)
• Corporate Resources (finance, procurement, customer services, IT, legal, benefits, customer services & local taxation)
• Public Health (health improvement, health protection, health service, emergency planning, coroner)
• Assistant Chief Executive (human resources, organisational development & change, local democracy & electoral services, transformation, policy, intelligence & partnerships, communications & consultation).

Haringey Council was recognised as an Investor in People in March 2005.

The Council’s website, which contains a great deal of information on the borough, its residents and its workforce, is at www.haringey.gov.uk

Delivery point The London Borough of Haringey
Document 3 records found, displaying all records.

File name File Size Date Uploaded
appendix 1 – licence to occupy.doc 43 Kb 04/01/2013 09:57:58 Download
appendix 2 – framework agreement terms & conditions.doc 282 Kb 04/01/2013 09:57:52 Download
building guardians 2013.01.doc 88 Kb 07/01/2013 04:32:12 Download
Business Categories
  1. Letting agents
  2. Security services
  3. Accommodation address agents
  4. Commercial property agents
CompeteFor response deadline 21/01/2013 13:00
Estimated tender close date 22/01/2013
Estimated contract award date 01/02/2013
Estimated contract start date 01/03/2013
Additional information for bidders Include any special notes for bidders The contracting authority considers that this framework may be suitable for economic operators that are small or medium enterprises (SMEs).

For the avoidance of doubt, the contracting authority points out that no weight will be attached to whether or not an economic operator is an SME in selecting economic operators to submit tenders or in assessing the most economically advantegous tender.

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