United Kingdom-Peterborough: Environmental services
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: https://www.peterborough.gov.uk/
Address of the buyer profile: https://secure.sourcedogg.com/profile/57fad8bb-8f6a-4ab1-afeb-531e2ec7e009
Public Contract Regulations 2015
Section II: Object
Environmental Enforcement Services (FPN)
To provide an enforcement service for Peterborough City Council, Fenland District Council and other local authorities within Cambridgeshire to access.
This contract must be delivered cost neutrally.
To provide a single supplier framework to deliver environmental enforcement services to those contracting authorities who may access and use the framework, including Peterborough City Council, Fenland District Council and other local authorities within Cambridgeshire.
The enforcement service to address local authority and community priorities, currently to deal with littering offences, including spitting and public urination and the breach of public space protection orders.
The scope of these enforcement actions may change subject to community and local authority priorities.
To issue fixed penalty notices.
To deal with the administration of fixed penalty notices and payments.
To deal with customer complaints and in particular to provide an appeals facility and in cases of non-payment provide prosecution ready case files in such format approved by the local authority.
To provide the services on a cost neutral basis to the Peterborough City Council and Fenland District Council and other local authorities that may use the services must be funded by the receipts from the service of fixed penalty notices. For the avoidance of doubt this contract would be at zero cost to the authority, and would generate income from issuing Fixed Penalty Notice (FPNs) fines through delegation of powers. This contract is revenue neutral to the authority – it will be self funding based on the payment of fixed penalty notice fines.
All income generated in excess of cost neutrality will be retained by Peterborough City Council, Fenland District Council and any other local authority that utilises the framework with respect to FPN’s settled within their respective authority.
To have the ability to expand the services to add further services, for example waste and fly tipping offences.
To enable the services to be managed in a flexible manner in order to respond to specific demands of Peterborough City Council and and Fenland District Council and other local authorities that may use the framework.
The burden of non-payment of correctly issued tickets shall not lie with the contractor:
1) All local authorities within Cambridgeshire will be authorised to call off this contract should they wish to — but neither Peterborough City Council, Fenland District Council or any other local authority within Cambridgeshire are under any obligation to utilise the framework;
2) Variations to scope have been referenced where applicable in the procurement documents within sourcedogg;
3) For the avoidance of doubt there is no obligation on any contracting authority to use the framework;
4) Annabel Tighe (Fenland District Council) Contact Number 01354 622497 will be the point of contact for local authorities wanting to call off from the framework.
1+1 x 12 months (Maximum Contract Length 48 months
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Section IV: Procedure
Sand Martin House
Section VI: Complementary information
Internet address: https://www.peterborough.gov.uk/
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