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United Kingdom-Grimsby: Construction work
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: http://www.nelincs.gov.uk
Address of the buyer profile: https://www.nelincs.gov.uk/council-information-partnerships/contracts-and-tenders/pannel/
Section II: Object
Disabled Facilities Grant (DFG) Framework
The Disabled Facilities Grant (DFG) is a mandatory Government grant administered by local councils and funds a range of works that will help disabled individuals remain in their home. ENGIE's DFG Technical Team on behalf of North East Lincolnshire Council (the Authority) is seeking suitably qualified contractors for their new DFG framework. The framework will deliver the authority's Disabled Facilities Grants, which provides essential adaptations to give disabled individuals better freedom of movement around the house, emergency grants to home owner occupiers unable to finance emergency repairs and home appreciation loans to eligible home owner occupiers to allow them to bring the property up to a Decent Homes Standard.
North East Lincolnshire.
The Disabled Facilities Grant allows for:
— adaptations of bathrooms for people who are unable to use a conventional shower or bath,
— home improvement works including damp proofing, electrical works, plumbing and heating works, minor adaptations to kitchen, bedroom, bathroom, repair/renew/alter windows, doors and roof,
— major adaptations works including property extensions, complex cases where major adaptions are made internally to a property to meet the client’s needs,
— ramps: permanent and temporary ramps to allow access into and out of the home.
Grants are awarded up to the maximum of 30 000 GBP. In some cases by exception the value may be exceeded and either additional funding is applied for or the difference is made up by the occupant of the property. In these circumstances the additional funding will be determined prior to award of the contract.
The framework will provide a mechanism for these works to be carried via either direct award for projects under the value of 20 000 GBP or via a mini competition over the value of 20 000 GBP.
The number of contractors the authority is seeking is undefined as all tenderers meeting the minimum scoring criteria, as stated in the tender documents, will be permitted to the framework.
Tenderers will be required to complete a schedule of rates, which will form a fixed schedule of rates that will be called off by direct award. When a direct award is used, contractors will be chosen in rotation. The number of rotations will be determined by the number of successful tenderers. It is envisaged to be 2/3 per rotation.
When a mini competition is used, all contractors on the framework will be invited to participate.
The authority does not provide any guarantee as to the volume or the value of the works orders to be issued.
To be reprocured late 2023.
ENGIE’s procurement team will be holding a drop in session for contractors wanting more information or needing assistance with YORtender can attend a drop in session on 3.2.2020 from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at New Oxford House, 2 George Street, Grimsby DN31 1HB.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
All tenderers must have CHAS (Contractors Health and Safety) or be accredited to another SSIP (Safety Schemes in Procurement) scheme.
Section IV: Procedure
North East Lincolnshire Council, Municipal Offices, Town Hall Square, Grimsby DN31 1HU.
Electronically by North East Lincolnshire Council, Legal and Democratic Services Officer.
Section VI: Complementary information
Tender documents can be found on www.yortender.co.uk.
Internet address: http://www.nelincs.gov.uk