United Kingdom-Edinburgh: Health and social work services

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Tile United Kingdom-Edinburgh: Health and social work services
OJEU (High Value) 017994-2020
Type Contract awards
Date Published 2020-01-14
Deadline
Nature Of Contract Service contract
Awarding Authority Local authorities
Awarding Criteria Not applicable
Procedure

Description :


AWARD_CONTRACT

Section I: Contracting authority

I.1) Name and addresses:
Official name: The City of Edinburgh Council
Postal address: Waverley Court, 4 East Market Street
Town: Edinburgh
Postal code: EH8 8BG
Country: UK
Telephone: +44 1314693922
E-mail: Paula.Deegan@edinburgh.gov.uk
NUTS code: UKM75
Main address (URL): http://www.edinburgh.gov.uk
Address of the buyer profile (URL): https://www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/search/Search_AuthProfile.aspx?ID=AA00290
I.4) Type of the contracting authority: REGIONAL AUTHORITY

Main Activity
I.5.1) Main Activity: GENERAL PUBLIC SERVICES

Section II: Object of Contract


Title:

Edinburgh Thrive Services

Reference number: CT0562

II.1.4) Short description

Edinburgh Health and Social Care Partnership (EHSCP) and the Edinburgh Integration Joint Board (EIJB) would like to invite proposals for community adult mental health and well-being services and support for across the city, as part of Thrive Edinburgh strategy for mental health and well-being. The aim will be to deliver a range of services and programmes to support the delivery of the Thrive Welcome Team and the Thrive Collective.


Information about lots
II.1.6) This contract is divided into lots: yes


Description: Item/Lot 1
Title:

Thrive Welcome Team

II.2.1) Lot No: 1
NUTS code: UKM75
II.1.4) Short description

This service is for Lot 1: The Thrive Welcome Team and the commissioning of the Thrive Welcome Team support workers and Peer workers. As part of the Thrive model we embrace collaborative working to ensure we meet the needs and aspirations of our communities and ensure people get the help they need. The Thrive Welcome workers and peer workers will be commissioned as part of this process. They will work as part of the multi-agency and multi-disciplinary teams.



Additional information:

All additional information is contained within the ITT documents supplied.


Description: Item/Lot 2
Title:

Thrive Locality Teams (Thrive Collective)

II.2.1) Lot No: 2
NUTS code: UKM75
II.1.4) Short description

The Thrive Locality Team as part of the Thrive Collective which is the commissioning of emotional, psychological and social support within localities across Edinburgh. As part of the Locality Teams, the Thrive Collective will provide a range of emotional, psychological and social support which should reflect and respond to the needs of the locality’s population. As part of the Thrive model, we embrace collaborative working to ensure we meet the needs and aspirations of our communities and ensure people get the help they need.



Additional information:

All additional information is held within the ITT documents.


Description: Item/Lot 3
Title:

Thrive Collective: Thrive Places and Spaces

II.2.1) Lot No: 3
NUTS code: UKM75
II.1.4) Short description

This service specification is for Lot 3: Places and spaces as part of the Thrive Collective and is to provide safe places and spaces for people to connect with others and to engage in meaningful and purposeful activities. As part of the Thrive model we embrace collaborative working to ensure we meet the needs and aspirations of our communities and ensure people get the help they need. To help prevent loneliness and isolation in Edinburgh we want to commission places and spaces to give people somewhere to go, to connect with others and to engage in meaningful and purposeful activities.



Additional information:

All additional information is held within the ITT documents supplied.


Description: Item/Lot 4
Title:

Thrive Collective: Physical Activity and Greenspaces

II.2.1) Lot No: 4
NUTS code: UKM75
II.1.4) Short description

Lot 4: Physical activity and greenspaces as part of the Thrive Collective and is to maximise the use of our community assets through promoting a range of physical activity and making use of green space for health benefit. The Council recognises that people will want easy access to the services and programme and greenspaces at different times and in different places and therefore there needs to be a range. Providers should evidence their flexibility and access to spaces and places to facilitate this.



Additional information:

All additional information is contained within the ITT documents supplied.


Description: Item/Lot 5
Title:

Thrive Collective: Thrive Arts and Creativity

II.2.1) Lot No: 5
NUTS code: UKM75
II.1.4) Short description

Lot 5: Thrive arts and creativity as part of the Thrive Collective and is to support the delivery of our year long arts programme ‘A Sense of Belonging Arts Programme’ through administering the grants programme and maximising the city’s cultural assets. We would expect this proposal to deliver the ‘Out of Sight, Out of Mind’ annual exhibition which in 2019 exhibited more than 400 pieces of art from people with lived experience of poor mental health. The exhibition itself attracts over 2 000 visitors annually.

We would expect this proposal to administer an annual grant grants programme of 25 000 GBP to support partners and individual artists to participate in the annual Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival which takes place in May annually and other opportunities to engage in arts throughout the year.



Additional information:

All additional information is contained within the ITT documents supplied.


Description: Item/Lot 6
Title:

Thrive Collective: Thrive Peer Development

II.2.1) Lot No: 6
NUTS code: UKM75
II.1.4) Short description

Lot 6: Peer community of practice as part of the Thrive Collective and is to create a community of practice to support development of peer workers and peer work across the city. We are inviting proposals to create a community of practice to support the professional development of paid peer workers in the city; enhance opportunities for peer volunteering and contribute to the Learn programme.



Additional information:

All additional information is contained within the ITT documents supplied.


Description: Item/Lot 7
Title:

Thrive Collective: Thrive Service User Led Research

II.2.1) Lot No: 7
NUTS code: UKM75
II.1.4) Short description

Lot 7: Thrive Service — user led research as part of the Thrive Collective and is to ensure there are increased opportunities for service user led research which reflect the priorities identified by the Thrive Partnership. Edinburgh has build a strong foundation of user led research and we want to build on this through supporting further service user led research with a specific focus on: eating disorders; BAME communities’ access to mental health support and young parents.



Additional information:

All additional information is held within the ITT documents supplied.


Description: Item/Lot 8
Title:

Thrive Collective: Thrive Carers Support

II.2.1) Lot No: 8
NUTS code: UKM75
II.1.4) Short description

Lot 8: Thrive Carers support as part of the Thrive Collective and is to support carers as new services are developed. We recognise the contribution and importance of carers within the design and delivery of our services and support and the importance of having them actively involved in the co-design and co-delivery.



Additional information:

All additional information is contained within the ITT documents supplied.


Description: Item/Lot 9
Title:

Thrive Collective: Thrive Service User Led Groups

II.2.1) Lot No: 9
NUTS code: UKM75
II.1.4) Short description

Lot 9: Thrive Service user led support groups as part of the Thrive Collective and is to support peer led self help/support groups for people with mental health conditions. We would like to build capacity in Edinburgh for groups and would like to commission organisation/s to facilitate such groups and find innovative ways to reach their populations.



Additional information:

All additional information is held within the ITT documents supplied.


Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information


Section IV: Procedure


https://www.gov.scot/policies/public-sector-procurement/

80 % quality and 20 % cost.

IV.02.01) Notice number in the OJ S 2019/S 242-595728

II.2.1) Lot No: 2
Title:

Thrive Locality Teams (Thrive Collective)




II.2.1) Lot No: 3
Title:

Thrive Collective: Thrive Places and Spaces




II.2.1) Lot No: 4
Title:

Thrive Collective: Physical Activity and Greenspaces




II.2.1) Lot No: 6
Title:

Thrive Collective: Thrive Peer Development




II.2.1) Lot No: 7
Title:

Thrive Collective: Thrive Service User Led Research




II.2.1) Lot No: 8
Title:

Thrive Collective: Thrive Carers Support




II.2.1) Lot No: 9
Title:

Thrive Collective: Thrive Service User Led Groups




II.2.1) Lot No: 5
Title:

Thrive Collective: Thrive Arts and Creativity




II.2.1) Lot No: 1
Title:

Thrive Welcome Team




Section V: Complementary information


Additional information:

All additional information is contained within the documents supplied. Please note that the Council cannot be held liable for any TUPE information supplied or which lots these are applicable for. Please contact incumbent providers (list provided) should you have any concerns.

(SC Ref:610291)


Review body:
Official name: The City of Edinburgh Council
Postal address: Waverley Court, 4 East Market Street
Town: Edinburgh
Postal code: EH8 8BG
Country: UK
Telephone: +44 1314693922
URL: http://www.edinburgh.gov.uk
VI.04.03) Precise information on deadline(s) for review procedures

Appeals procedure — a tenderer that suffers loss as a result of a breach of duty under the Public Contracts (Scotland) Regulations 2015 may bring proceedings in the Sheriff Court or the Court of Session. The City of Edinburgh Council (the Council) will have a minimum standstill period of 10 days before awarding the contract. The communication of the award decision notice will be sent by fax or email to all tenderers with the standstill period commencing on the next working day. If proceedings are started in the Sheriff Court or the Court of Session against the Council in respect of the decision to award the contract within the standstill period then the Council is prevented from awarding the contract. Post contract award the Sheriff Court or the Court of Session may (1) award damages provided proceedings are brought within 3 months from the date when the grounds for the bringing of the proceedings first arose (2) be entitled to issue an ineffectiveness order or impose a financial penalty on the Council. A claim for an ineffectiveness order must be made within 30 days of the contract award notice being published in the OJEU or within 30 days of the date those who expressed an interest in or otherwise bid for the contract were informed of the conclusion of the contract or in any other case within 6 months from the date on which the contract was entered into.


Section VI

VI.05.00) Date of dispatch of this notice 2020-01-10

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CPV Codes
85000000; Health and social work services;

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