The Royal Parks follows UK Government and European Union policy on public procurement which is to comply with the various legal requirements in force and to acquire goods, services and works by competition wherever possible.
The Royal Parks currently advertises all tenders valued over £10,000 on the UK Government's Contracts Finder website.
This site enables suppliers to download tender documents for a particular requirement. Tenderers must ensure that their tender submissions are returned to the address stated in the advert before the tender submission deadline. Any tender-related questions should be emailed to email@example.com.
DRILL, CONSTRUCT, DEVELOP & TEST A NEW BOREHOLE WITHIN THE REGENT'S PARK TOGETHER WITH PERMANENT INSTALLATION WORKS, CONTROLS AND PIPE WORKS
The Royal Parks (TRP) is inviting tenders for the provision of drilling, construction, development and test pumping works for a new borehole within The Regent’s Park. The NEC3 Engineering and Construction Short Contract (April 2013) will apply (NEC3 ECSC).
The tender pack can be downloaded from the Contracts Finder website.
The following documents - Appendix 1- The Regent's Park Drawings which could not be uploaded onto Contracts Finder, is also required by tenderers:
The tender submission deadline is 14:00 on Monday 16th January 2017. All tenderers should check this page and Contracts Finder website regularly for updates to the tenderer question and answer log, which will be uploaded as an Excel document.
TENNIS COURT RESURFACING AND RECONFIGURATION WORKS
The Royal Parks (TRP) is inviting contractors from the Sport and Play Contractors Association (SAPCA) to tender for resurfacing and reconfiguration works at both the Hyde and The Regent's Park Tennis Centres. A new sports lighting system is also required at Hyde Park.
The tender pack can be downloaded from the Contracts Finder web site. The following two documents, which were too large to upload to the Contracts Finder site, are also required by tenderers:
The tender submission deadline is 14:00 on Monday 16th January, 2017. All tenderers should check both this page and Contracts Finder site regularly for updates to the tenderer question & answer log, which will be uploaded as an Excel document.
The Royal Parks (TRP) is inviting tenders to provide maintenance services for the irrigation system at The Regent’s Park, London.The contract will be for a period of 5 years commencing in March 2017 with a possible 2 years extension. The Regent’s Park is located in Central London and occupies a total area of 160ha including land which is leased or in private ownership. The park is owned by The Queen in the right of the Crown and managed by TRP. TRP was established in 1993 as an executive agency for what is now the Department of Culture Media and Sport (DCMS) with delegated powers to manage the eight Royal Parks.
The tender pack can be downloaded here and the tender submission deadline is 14:30 on Friday 11th November
As part of the Brompton Cemetery Conservation Project, the Contractor will be responsible for generating text for the stories presented to visitors at the cemetery on the media listed below, which are described in more detail in the Brompton Cemetery Interpretation Plan. The Contractor will carry out all tasks relating to story research, planning, outlining, copywriting, editing and stakeholder approval. The Contractor will take primary responsibility for sourcing (but not paying for) all pre-existing illustrative material such as historic photographs and drawings. The separately appointed Interpretation Plan Delivery Consultant will take primary responsibility for commissioning and managing production of new illustrative materials such as bespoke photography and drawings, although the Contractor will specify these and comment on their production. The Interpretation Plan Delivery Consultant will take primary responsibility for commissioning and managing media designs such as panel and leaflet layouts, although the Contractor will assist in specifying these and comment on their production.
The Tender pack can also be downloaded via Contracts Finder
The Royal parks is inviting tenders for the provision of Lodge Letting and Management Services. The contract period will be 5 years. TRP's lodges are set in some of the most unique locations for London living. Living in a Royal Park is not like living anywhere else and we expect our letting agent partners to share our enthusiasm and respect for the parks.
This role includes the letting, management and internal maintenance of 26 residential lodges within the Royal Parks. TRP permits lodges within the parks to be residentially occupied under licence at open market License Fees. Additional lodges when they become available may be added to the portfolio during the term of the contract. For complex legal reasons, no leases can normally be granted within the Royal Parks, only licenses.
TRP will use a two stage process including an initial PQQ to help short list five qualified suppliers based on past experience and track record for formal Invitation to Tender.
The Royal Parks (TRP) has secured funding under the HLF and BIG Lotteries ‘Parks for People’ programme (with match funding) to invest in the Brompton Cemetery Conservation Works Project. This tender is an invitation to potential contractors who have the necessary skills, experience, knowledge, understanding, expertise and resources to fulfil an exciting contract covering four core areas within the cemetery. The successful contractor will be required to deliver a mix of heritage building refurbishment and restoration combined with high quality new-build facilities in this Grade 1 listed landscape. Works will be concentrating on and around the 19th century heritage features of the Chapel building, the Central Colonnades and Catacombs, the North Lodge buildings and the Western Catacombs.
The Royal Parks (TRP) is inviting tenderers to set up a framework agreement for Education Services. The Royal Parks education strategy vision is to ''Provide unique and creative education opportunities that will engage the public and enhance enjoyment and responsible use of the parks''
The Royal Parks (TRP) is inviting tenderers to set up a framework agreement for Access and Community Services.