Graphic Design and Website Design Tender

Graphic Design and Website Design Tender

Graphic Design and Print Buying for Ochils Landscape Partnership.



1 Authority Details


Authority Name and Address

Clackmannanshire Council

Greenfield House, Mar Street,


FK10 2AD


Governance Manager

+44 1259452017

+44 1259452021


Address from which documentation may be obtained

As in 1.1


Completed documents must be returned to:

As in 1.1

2 Contract Details



Graphic Design and Print Buying for Ochils Landscape Partnership


Description of the goods or services required

The Ochils Landscape Partnership (OLP) is made up of 22 separate projects to be delivered over three years. The projects aim to protect and enhance the built, cultural and natural heritage of the Ochil Hills and nearby Hillfoots villages. It provides opportunities for both local people and visitors to learn about this rich heritage and participate in its protection and development, at events, through interpretation, both actual and virtual, and through volunteering.

The 22 projects are focused around the four key themes of the project’s lead funder, the Heritage Lottery Fund:

1. Conservation and/or restoration of the built and natural features that create the historic landscape character

2. Increase community participation in local heritage

3. Increase access to and learning about the landscape area and its heritage

4. Increase training opportunities in local heritage skills.

The OLP will deliver a wide range of projects including path development and access improvements; riverbank stabilisation; control of invasive non-native species; restoration and research into historic structures such as kirkyards and an ice house; interpretation including the use of innovative social media technologies. A number of events, including the month-long Ochils Festival each June, will be run as part of the project.

Each project is organised under three headings with greater detail in the Tender Documents.

A) Your Wee Bit Hill and Glen

B) By The Banks of the Devon

C) The Hills of Time.

We are looking for a supplier with previous relevant experience – print buying, graphic design, website design and design of on-site interpretation within the visitor attraction sector, working in the Third Sector and has an appropriate level of experience in

Designing corporate identity especially in the Third Sector and the visitor/ tourism sector

Designing leaflets especially in the visitor/tourism sector

Interpretation boards and other interpretive materials

Website design

Print buying

Working with community projects/in the Third Sector


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Notice Coding and Classification

191100 Design and Photography
191700 Printing
191900 Reprographics
279999 other Information Communication Technology

140 … Tayside, Central & Fife


Total quantity or scope of tender

As per Tender Documents

3 Conditions for Participation


Minimum standards and qualification required

4 Administrative Information


Type of Procedure

Single stage – Any candidate may submit a tender.


Reference number attributed to the notice by the contracting authority



Time Limits

28-03-2012  Time  12:00

b) Time-limit for obtaining documentation  23-03-2012

c) Estimated award date  19-04-2012


Language or languages in which tenders or requests to participate can be drawn up



Tender Submission Postbox

5 Other Information


Additional Information

Under this procurement the contractor will be required to support the authority’s economic and social regeneration objectives. Accordingly, contract performance conditions may relate in particular to social and environmental considerations.

The Ochils Landscape Partnership (OLP) is committed to making the OLP area (Logie Old Kirk to Muckart, up into the Ochils and down south of the river Devon) an area which benefits from an improving quality of life, based on sustainable economic growth, a high quality environment which is protected and enhanced for future generations, and the reduction of significant social and economic inequalities.

As such, our procurement activities have an important role to play in achieving this. Recommendations by potential suppliers/contractors as to how they work within the various areas below are welcomed, and indeed encouraged.

Mitigating and adapting to climate change

Creating sustainable communities

Living within environmental limits

Protecting our natural resources and enhancing our environment

(SC Ref:223567)


Additional Documentation

Single Stage Tender documents 2012 V0.03


Publication date of this notice