United Kingdom-Gloucester: Architectural, construction, engineering and inspection services
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: www.gloucestershire.gov.uk
Address of the buyer profile: www.gloucestershire.gov.uk
Section II: Object
Residential Travel Planning — West of Stonehouse Development
Provision of Residential Travel Planning services at West of Stonehouse and Bath Road Leonard Stanley development sites over a 10 year period.
Suppliers office and on site at Bath Road, Leonard Stanley and West of Stonehouse Developments.
This tender covers two development sites for which travel planning services are required Land West of Stonehouse.
Gloucestershire County Council have entered in a s106 agreement in relation to a development of 1350 houses at Land West of Stonehouse. 242 700 GBP will be provided for preparation, implementation and monitoring of a residential travel plan for the development. The service provider is asked to provide details of the service they will provide for a fixed fee which will not exceed 240 000 GBP. The remaining funds will be used for administration and monitoring by the client.
112 800 GBP has been received from the developer so far consequently the contract will be awarded for this amount and will be extended to the tender sum following receipt of the final instalment due on 600th occupation.
The planning reference for this site is S.14/0810/OUT
Land off Bath Road, Leonard Stanley.
Gloucestershire County Council have entered in a s106 agreement in relation to a development of 150 houses at Land off Bath Road, Leonard Stanley. 44 460 GBP has been provided for preparation, implementation and monitoring of a residential travel plan for the development. The service provider is asked to provide details of the service they will provide for a fixed fee which will not exceed 44 000 GBP. The remaining funds will be used for administration and monitoring by the client.
The planning reference for this site is S.13/1289/OUT
Period of contract:
The contract shall commence on 1.1.2019 and is expected to be completed by 31.12.2028 subject to occupation of the development.. The work at Bath Road Leonard Stanley is to be complete by 31.12.2024.
It is expected that the programmes of works will be dictated by the developers’ progress with building houses. 6 monthly reports on the work undertaken should be submitted to the client. The contract will be extended (at no extra cost to the client) in the event of a delay to completion of the development. In this eventuality the service provider will need to amend his programme of work to ensure it is delivered from within the funds available.
1) Service required:
The objectives of this commission are to:
— engage with residents to raise awareness of sustainable travel choices to encourage more sustainable travel behaviour,
— minimise the proportion of single occupancy car movements to and from the development for all journey purposes,
— to achieve annual increases in use of public transport, walking and cycling trip rates,
— provide generic and personalised information to assist travel by those with mobility difficulties,
— promotion of new transport facilities when they are introduced.
In order to do this the supplier is required to:
— develop and implement a residential travel plan including acting as residential travel plan coordinator,
— liaison with other travel plan coordinators work on the site i.e. employment and school site,
— undertake a baseline travel survey and further surveys at appropriate intervals thereafter. This should include collection of journey destination data to assist the client with planning the transport network,
— monitor the success of the travel plan,
— deliver personalised travel planning to residents who agree to it,
— deliver a package of measures to encourage trial and use of sustainable modes,
— prepare and distribute travel information packs (and update residents of changes),
— liaise with the Developer, Local County and District Councillors and the Parish Council to keep them regularly informed of activities and progress,
— promote local and national sustainable travel events to residents of the development,
— coordinate activities with those of the organisations delivering the employment and school travel plans at the site,
— report any relevant transport issues identified that need attention by the client,
— carry out other activities the supplier considers will help meet the objectives.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Section IV: Procedure
Shire Hall, Gloucester.
Section VI: Complementary information
The Authority has incorporated a minimum 10 calendar days standstill period at the point information on the award of the contract was communicated to tenderers. This period allows unsuccessful tenderers to seek further debriefing from the Contracting Authority before the contract is entered into. Applicants have 2 working days from the notification of award decision to request additional debriefing and that information has to be provided a minimum of 3 working days before the expiry of the standstill period.
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