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Public Sector Round-Up 23.07.21

Public Sector Round up

In the news this week:
◆ Extraordinary £30bn Prior Information Notice
◆ Prime Minister announces £50 million investment in grassroots football pitches
◆ £56 million package to support light rail through recovery period
◆ Smart technologies and data to future-proof UK energy
◆ New £375 million scheme to drive investment in innovative firms of the future opens for applications
◆ Review of National policy statement for national networks
◆ Government strategy to regenerate high streets
◆ Staffordshire schools to get £12million to improve buildings

Our top high value award notices for the week:
◆ £110m construction work in Lewes
◆ £4m building materials in Sunderland
◆ £680k construction related services in Chatham
◆ ££870k fire prevention services in London

Tender Publishing Update:
◆ 820 low value tenders
◆ 411 high value tenders
◆ 144 frameworks/dps

Public Sector Round-Up 09.07.21

Public Sector Round up

In the news this week:
◆ Melton Borough Council submits £9.9m bid to fund town centre development projects
◆ Stockport begins work on new Local Plan
◆ £45 million Oswestry Innovation Park’s first phase approved
◆ Brighton council agrees to £2.7 million toilet refurbishment
◆ Building Safety Bill finally starts its passage

Our top high value award notices for the week:
◆ £3.5m housing construction in Glenrothes
◆ £3.3m street lighting in Leicester
◆ £2m land management services in Cardiff
◆ £732k e-learning services in Hamilton
◆ £5m catering services in Tooting

Tender Publishing Update:
◆ 795 low value tenders
◆ 363 high value tenders
◆ 122 frameworks or DPS

Public Sector Round-Up 02.07.21

Weekly UK tender publishing update 1,079 729 350 New UK Tenders New LowValue Tenders New HighValue Tenders 110 84 412 New Frameworks or DPS Prior InformationNotices High Value ContractAward Notices Tender notices […]

Public Sector Round-Up 18.12.20

Public Sector Round up

In the news this week:
◆ Largest council housing scheme for 50 years in Salford
◆ Ambitious plans for £100m investment in Council housing will transform Renfrewshire
◆ Council committed to delivering delayed £130m Albion Square development

Our top OJEU award notices for the week:
◆ £840k for a bespoke safeguarding product for Scotland’s national digital learning platform.
◆ £82m construction of a new building and refurbishment works in Manchester
◆ £30m provision of a Managed Service Provider (MSP) that could help develop and deliver ARDS.

Tender Update:
◆ 1,084 notices were published across the UK in the last 7 days

Public Sector Round-Up 20.11.20

In the news this week:
◆ £175 million more for cycling and walking as research shows public support
◆ £16 million to introduce digital prescribing in hospitals

Extraordinary notices:
◆ £375m Framework Agreement for Provision of Sterile Services and Endoscopy Decontamination Facility

Our top OJEU award notices for the week:
◆ £800k to supply a range of supportive medicines in London.
◆ £2m to provide Street-lighting maintenance services in Stockport.
◆ £4.5m to print personalised letters as part of the Covid-19 Infection Survey.

Tender Update
◆ 1144 new notices were published across the UK between 13.11.20 & 19.11.20.

Public Sector Round-Up 13.11.20

In the news this week:
◆ Government gives £60 million seal-of-approval for North Devon Link Road
◆ Communities at risk of flooding urged to apply for a share of £200m resilience programme
◆ Brent Council to spend £10 million on Northwick Park road

Our top OJEU award notices for the week:
◆ £1.2m to provide internet and telephony services in Glasgow.
◆ £17m to provide system and support services to Cleveland Police.
◆ £7m to drill and complete a single 4,500m geothermal well in Cornwall.

Tender Update
◆ 1180 new notices were published across the UK between 06.11.20 & 12.11.20.
◆ As of 13 Nov 2020, there are over 4,200 live notices across the UK and ROI.

Brexit and Public Procurement

The Brexit transition period comes to an end this year, and from 1 January 2021 there will be changes to public procurement.
In this post we will look at what these changes are, and the impact they will have on finding public contracts.

Public Sector Round-Up 06.11.20

Public Sector Round up

In the news this week:
◆ New Epsom and St Helier hospital in Sutton given green light
◆ £228m Mottram bypass goes out to consultation
◆ £2bn Technology Services 3 framework

Our top OJEU award notices for the week:
◆ £1.3m to supply and install a floating vessel in the form of a pontoon at the Port of Ramsgate.
◆ £8.4m to develop 55 residential units in Lancashire.
◆ £1.7m to supply a variety of crime reduction products to Greater Manchester Police.

Tender Update
◆ 999 new notices were published across the UK between 30.10.20 & 05.11.20.
◆ In total 5152 notices were published in October, 68% of which were low-value opportunities.

Public Sector Round-Up 23.10.20

Public Sector Round up

In the news this week: £42 million to tackle congestion on the A630, and a £320 million Commonwealth Games transport plan to be developed.
Our top OJEU notices feature two awards in Northern Ireland, both received only 1 tender each, and awarded the work to SMEs. The other award of the week is a contract in Newport for significant sprinkler system installations.
The number of notices published this week was in line with the weekly average seen in 2019, showing that the public sector continues to be a great source of new business opportunities.

Public Sector Round-Up 16.10.20

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.

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