Check out our COVID-19 dedicated page for tenders related to medical equipment needs.
United Kingdom-Cheshire: Insurance services
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
Provision of Insurance and Related Services to Johnnie Johnson Housing Ltd
Insurance and related services for property, legal liability and other general (non-life) insurable risks, as required by Johnnie Johnson Housing Ltd.
Lots 1-4 will be individually evaluated and multiple awards may result. Where the respondee is an insurance broker, it may choose to place the insurance(s) required within each lot with different insurers at it's discretion, but full details of the risk carrier(s) will be required.
Insurance and Related Services for Property, Legal Liability and Other General (Non-life) Insurable Risks, as required by Johnnie Johnson Housing Ltd
A programme of General (non-life) insurance and related services for Johnnie Johnson Housing Ltd, excluding Terrorism Insurance (See Lot 2), Cyber Risks (See Lot 3) and Engineering Inspections (See Lot 4).
The programme will require insurance and related services for risks that may include but not be limited to: property damage and business interruption, employers, public, products and property owners liability, business combined/office, money, all risks, computer, contract works, group personal accident, professional indemnity, fidelity guarantee/crime and employment practices liability.
Johnnie Johnson Housing Ltd will consider entering into long term agreements with the bidder and/or the risk carriers proposed by the bidder, for 3 years (or 3 periods of insurance), with the option to extend the award period by up to 2 further years, subject to satisfactory service, performance and cost.
This will be a two stage process, including a SQ (Selection Questionnaire) stage. Bidders failing to meet certain required minimum standards at selection (SQ) stage will be rejected. Bidders meeting the required standards for each lot at SQ stage will be ranked according to the highest score achieved for the specific lot and maybe rejected in reverse order to achieve our maximum number of operators for each lot of the ITT stage. Selection criteria for the SQ stage are summarised in this contract notice but will be more fully stated in the SQ documentation.
Johnnie Johnson Housing Ltd will consider entering into long term agreements with the bidder and/or the bidder's proposed risk carriers for 3 years (or 3 periods of insurance), with the option to extend the award period by up to 2 further years, subject to satisfactory service, performance and cost.
For more information about this opportunity, please visit the Delta eSourcing portal at: https: https://www.delta-esourcing.com/tenders/UK-UK-Cheshire:-Insurance-services./653P4875W8
Insurance and Related Services Associated with Terrorism Insurance for Johnnie Johnson Housing Ltd
Insurance and related services associated with terrorism risks for Johnnie Johnson Housing Ltd.
For more information about this opportunity, please visit the Delta eSourcing portal at: https://www.delta-esourcing.com/tenders/UK-UK-Cheshire:-Insurance-services./653P4875W8
Insurance and Related Services Associated with Cyber Risks for Johnnie Johnson Housing Ltd
Insurance and related services associated with Cyber Risks for Johnnie Johnson Housing Ltd.
Johnnie Johnson Housing Ltd will consider entering into long term agreements with the bidder and/or the bidder's proposed risk carriers for 3 years (or 3 periods of insurance), with an option to extend the award period subject to service, performance and cost.
Insurance and Related Services Associated with Items of Engineering Plant and a Programme of Engineering Inspections
Engineering Insurance and an associated programme of inspections for statutory and other items of engineering plant and equipment. The contracting authority may require that LOLER Certification is planned 5 monthly, which will allow the association one month to re-book appointments where access has not been gained. In addition, the contracting authority requires that the delivery of LOLER visits is done in line with its 'No access process', this includes evidenced appointments and records of any appointment failures
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Potential suppliers will be required to provide an overview of services provided to property owners, public sector organisations, social landlords or other relevant organisations over the past 5 years, plus details of 3 clients currently receiving similar services. Potential suppliers will be asked to evidence permissions by the FCA, PRA or other appropriate regulatory authority indicating the types of insurance/service the bidder is authorised to arrange or provide.
The tender documents will require providers to produce financial information in relation to the type of services offered, including but not limited to 3 years reports and accounts.
The financial ability to deliver the programme, including insurers with a minimum rating of ‘BBB’ from standard and poor, ‘B++’ from A M best, or an equivalent rating by an independent and reputable credit rating agency and approved by the bidder’s market security committee. In the case of any rating less than A-, Johnnie Johnson Housing Ltd will evaluate and accept the nominated insurer(s) at its sole discretion, subject to disclosure and acceptance prior to the ITT bid deadline of the bidder’s market security committee’s latest report, including written recommendation from the bidder’s market security committee.
The tender documents will require providers to detail their relevant professional experience, resource, skills, qualifications and quality control practices.
For Insurance services, Insurers authorised under the Financial services and Markets Act 2000, Insurance Companies Act 1982 (and any other statutory modifications there of) and regulated by the Prudential regulation authority, UK Financial conduct authority, or equivalent in another member state of the European economic area. Insurance brokers registered with and regulated by the Financial conduct authority.
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information
Between 3 or 5 years from the date of this notice.
The contracting authority considers that this contract may be suitable for economic operators that are small or medium enterprises (SMEs). However, any selection of tenderers will be based solely on the criteria set out for the procurement.
Bidders should note that for reasons of confidentiality, full Tender information will be made available only to those bidders that are selected to proceed to the ITT Stage. Sufficient detail is provided within this notice, the SQ and via the Authority's e-procurement portal to enable the bidder to decide whether or not to participate in this process.
At the ITT stage, all respondents will be required to detail your proposed insurance wordings and provide details of relevant experience of all account servicing, claims handling and risk management staff.
For more information about this opportunity, please visit the Delta eSourcing portal at:
To respond to this opportunity, please click here:
GO Reference: GO-20201110-PRO-17350595
The contracting authority will enter into this contract following a 10 calendar day standstill period starting on the day after the notification of the result. The Public Contracts Regulations 2015 provide for aggrieved parties who have been harmed or who are at risk of harm by a breach of the Regulations to bring proceedings in the High Court. Any such proceedings must be brought within the limitation period specified by the Regulations according to the remedy sought.