Pipeline Framework: General Grounds Maintenance
A pipeline has been launched for General Grounds MaintenanceThe contract start Date is 01 April 2020. Approach to market date is 15 August 2019Banbury Town Council is seeking Expressions of Interest from contractors for its General Maintenance Contract due to start on the 1st April 2020. The closing date for these to be received by the Town Council is the 22nd July 2019.This is one of 2 grounds maintenance contracts that will be tendered in August 2019 through a Competitive Procedure with Negotiation. The evidence provided by prospective contractors through this Expressions of Interest Notice will be assessed, with a shortlist drawn up of potentially 3 – 5 contractors who will be invited to tender for the work. This general maintenance contract will include tasks such as the maintenance of grass areas, shrub beds, mixed borders, hedges, play areas, hard surfaces, seasonal bedding and some drainage features.This is a potential opportunity from the government, and the pipeline gives advance notice of an opportunity that might be offered by the public sector in the future – allowing potential suppliers to plan accordingly. When a public sector organisation publishes a pipeline notice, it does not necessarily mean that an opportunity will be offered in the future.For more information contact: Banburytown Council, Town Hall, Bridge Street, BANBURY OX165QB. Telephone: 01295 250340. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (Mike P Hall)
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