Targeted and Preventative Service for Children and Young People

Targeted and Preventative Service for Children and Young People

[Value: £1000000.0 – £5000000.0 | Location: Inner London – West | Deadline Date: Thu, 15 Mar 2012 00:00:00 GMT.  Wandsworth Borough Council is seeking expressions of interest from suitably experienced and competent service providers for the Targeted and Preventative Service for Children and Young People. The service will work with children and young people.

 

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Deadline date: 15/03/2012

This deadline is for… Deadline for Expression of Interest

Contract value: £1,000,000 – £5,000,000

Location where the contract is to be carried out: Inner London – WestInner London – West,

Is this suitable for smaller suppliers? No

Name of the buying organisation: Wandsworth Borough Council

Original source URL www.wandsworth.gov.uk

Description of the contract

Wandsworth Borough Council is seeking expressions of interest from suitably experienced and competent service providers for the Targeted and Preventative Service for Children and Young People. The service will work with children and young people aged 5 -13 years who are at risk of social exclusion, to prevent them from accessing more costly levels of intervention.

Documents

Classification of the contract

85000000 Health and social work services

98000000 Other community, social and personal services

Additional information

Contract type: Services – 25

Is it a framework agreement? No

Is this contract related to a programme of funding? No

Contract will be awarded based on: Most economically advantageous tender in terms of: The criteria stated in the contract documents

Estimated length of contract: 01/04/2013 – 31/03/2018

 

Who to contact

Contact name Jennifer Reynolds

Address Town Hall, Wandsworth High Street, Wandsworth, London, SW18 2PU

Telephone 02088718338

Extension number:

Fax

Email jreynolds@wandsworth.gov.uk

Web address

How to apply

It is anticipated that tenders will be sought in July 2012. The contracts will commence on 1st April 2013 for an initial fixed term of 3 years with with an option to extend for up to a further two years. Selection for inclusion within the tender list will be based on responses provided within the PQQ including the following criteria: – 1. Satisfactory evidence of at least three years’ relevant experience of providing similar services to those required by the Council. This should be in the form of research based evidence and evaluation of previous work that demonstrates improved outcomes for children and young people and their families, particularly those that are detailed in the draft specification 2. Satisfactory evidence of the ability to deliver to the contract standard drawn from referees 3. Satisfactory evidence of the professional and technical qualifications and experience of the individuals assigned to deliver the Service 4. Evidence of economic and financial standing in respect of viability to perform the Services which will be assessed based on information provided by the Council’s credit check agency. 5. Evidence of suitable insurance cover. (Public Liability to a minimum of £5,000,000 (five million pounds) per occurrence, Employers Liability to a minimum of £10,000,000 (ten million pounds) or a statement that these will be obtained if awarded the contract 6. Satisfactory evidence that the organisation has an annual turnover equivalent to at least twice the annual value of the contract or at another level as specified solely at the discretion of the Director of Finance 7. Satisfactory evidence of a sound record of quality standards including complaint handling; and sound policies as required including health and safety, safeguarding and equalities 8. Satisfactory evidence of an innovative and comprehensive proposal for the future of the service It is intended to restrict the tender list to a maximum of 6 companies per lot. If more than 6 companies per lot fulfil the criteria for selection, those scoring the highest number of points on the evaluation criteria will be invited to tender. The award of the contract will be based on MEAT (i.e. most economically advantageous tender). This will be assessed with weightings of 80% for price and 20% for quality considerations. Applicants are advised that references will be obtained in writing from three referees. It is the applicant’s responsibility to ensure that their referees respond within the time scale. TUPE may apply to staff employed by the present contractors. Tenderers are advised to form their own view as to whether this is the case and details of staff will be provided at tender invitation stage. Tenderers are also advised that Central Government are consulting to remove “The Best Value Authorities Staff Transfers (Pensions) Direction 2007”, so tenders will need to include two prices, one based on the Directive remaining and one based on it having been rescinded. Response Address: Play and Extended Services Prefab 1, Wandsworth Town Hall Wandsworth High Street Jennifer Reynolds jreynolds@wandsworth.gov.uk Wandsworth Borough Council 02088718338 SW18 2PU www.wandsworth.gov.uk London