Stray Dog Collection, Kennelling and Re-Homing Framework Contract

Stray Dog Collection, Kennelling and Re-Homing Framework Contract

The Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames on behalf of itself and the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames invite tenders for a Stray Dog Service Framework.

The Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames

Contract summary

Industry

Other Services

Location of contract

London

Value of contract (£)

£120,000

Published date

16 April 2015

Closing date

14 May 2015

Contract start date

08 June 2015

Contract end date

07 June 2019

Description

The Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames (the Council) on behalf of itself and the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames invite tenders for a Stray Dog Service Framework. The terms and conditions will be as the Framework and Conditions of the Specific Contract, supplied as part of the Invitation to Tender (ITT) package of documents. The tender is divided into three lots: Lot 1: Out of Hours Collection, Reuniting, Kennelling and Re-homing – full service Lot 2: In-Hours Collection, Reuniting, Kennelling and Re-homing – sickness and holiday cover for the Council’s existing arrangements as required Lot 3: In-Hours Collection, Reuniting, Kennelling and Re-homing – full service Provision of services across all Lots shall be provided by one contractor. The framework will commence in June 2015 and will be for a period of 3 years, with the option to extend by a further 12 months. The Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames will be the lead authority on this procurement. The Council is inviting organisations with relevant experience of providing the above services to submit bids for the above. The tender process selected for this contract is an Open Process, meaning that all suppliers wanting to bid will submit answers to suitability assessment questions as part of their tender documents. These suitability assessment questions will be used to assess their competence and capability to deliver the contract. The tender documents will also include method statements asking how suppliers intend to deliver the contract to the specification and a pricing scheduled will also need to be submitted. To receive a copy of the Tender documentation, please register immediately on the London Tenders Procurement Portal by following this link Organisations that are interested in participating in this exercise are invited to register immediately on the London Tenders Procurement Portal by following this link: https://www.londontenders.org/procontract/supplier.nsf/frm_sup plier_registration_wizard_introduction?openform

About the buyer

Contact name

John O’Dor

Address

Guildhall

High Street

Kingston

KT1 1EU

UK

Telephone

02085476673

Email

john.odor@kingston.gov.uk

Website

https://www.londontenders.org/procontract/supplier.nsf

Other information

Attachments

Provider contract link

https://www.londontenders.org/procontract/supplier.nsf/frm_opportunity?OpenForm&contract_id=CONTRACT-9UKL-QDN6HA

The Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames (the Council) on behalf of itself and the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames invite tenders for a Stray Dog Service Framework. The terms and conditions will be as the Framework and Conditions of the Specific Contract, supplied as part of the Invitation to Tender (ITT) package of documents. The tender is divided into three lots: Lot 1: Out of Hours Collection, Reuniting, Kennelling and Re-homing – full service Lot 2: In-Hours Collection, Reuniting, Kennelling and Re-homing – sickness and holiday cover for the Council’s existing arrangements as required Lot 3: In-Hours Collection, Reuniting, Kennelling and Re-homing – full service Provision of services across all Lots shall be provided by one contractor. The framework will commence in June 2015 and will be for a period of 3 years, with the option to extend by a further 12 months. The Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames will be the lead authority on this procurement. The Council is inviting organisations with relevant experience of providing the above services to submit bids for the above. The tender process selected for this contract is an Open Process, meaning that all suppliers wanting to bid will submit answers to suitability assessment questions as part of their tender documents. These suitability assessment questions will be used to assess their competence and capability to deliver the contract. The tender documents will also include method statements asking how suppliers intend to deliver the contract to the specification and a pricing scheduled will also need to be submitted. To receive a copy of the Tender documentation, please register immediately on the London Tenders Procurement Portal by following this link. Organisations that are interested in participating in this exercise are invited to register immediately on the London Tenders Procurement Portal by following this link: https://www.londontenders.org/procontract/supplier.nsf/frm_supplier_registration _wizard_introduction?openform

How to apply

Please apply directly to the buyer using the contact details provided.

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