◆ 936 notices published across the UK in the last 7 days
In the news this week:
◆ Bid launched for £55m Highland transport investment
◆ Moray Council roads budget in line for £3m boost
◆ Flood defences to be improved as part of £6m funding
Our top high value award notices for the week:
◆ £831k worth of advertising material in Northern Ireland
◆ £1.44m wheelchair and maintenance services in Wakefield
◆ £17.5m vehicle scrappage concession scheme in Birmingham
In the news this week: Salford’s solar farm and hydroelectric schemes will power 638 homes, £103m fund to help heritage organisations and specialist contractors, and a £24m energy saving scheme announced in Leeds.
Our top OJEU notices are: A contract to maintain 30,000 trees in Welwyn Hatfield, over £2m to digitise medical records in Birmingham, and the design and manufacture of a new transport system for Southend on Sea Pier.
This week we also saw 1061 new notices published to the marketplace, that’s an 11% increase on last week and a 27% increase on the number published in the first week of October.
In the news this week: £500 million investment in quick result COVID-19 tests, £50m NHS Funding to Boost AI Usage, and Shovel-ready 5G hub project for in Nottinghamshire.
Our top OJEU notices for the week feature a significant contract in Devon for repair and maintenance services of wheelchairs, extensive construction work for the Museum of London, and General-practitioner services in Birmingham.
There was one significant prior information notice this week for The Gambling Commission, valued at £6.4 for the licence to deliver the UK National Lottery.