PROPERTY & TENDERS
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EXPRESSION OF INTEREST
Management of Spor ts and
Leisure Facilities Cornwall Council is considering options for managing, operating and developing its community leisure function and fifteen sports and leisure facilities throughout the County. Information about these facilities together with the scope, length, estimated value and details of the proposed contract can be found at www.tendersincornwall.co.uk
from 6th May 2011
The Council has a preference for a non-profit distributing organisation and invites expressions of interest from any organisation with suitable qualifications or experience. Pre-qualification questionnaires and information will be provided on the above website.
The Council’s existing sport and leisure team is considering the possibility of establishing a locally- based and owned charitable trust.
The deadline for submission of pre-qualification questionnaires is 27th May 2011.
Wellesbourne Parish Council has recently acquired this local sports club building adjoining our sports fields.
There is approximately 500 sq.m. of space over two floors and a large car park.
We are looking to modernise it sustainably, and to convert it to self-funding community use including some or all of these facilities:-
l Gym or fitness suite l Changing rooms and showers l Exercise/dance space/meeting rooms l Cafe/occasional bar l Youth facilities/club
We hope there will be a second stage of development involving a sports hall, muga, skate park etc
It will probably be structured as a Social Enterprise, and while some Parish funds are available, it is likely that more capital will need to be raised through grants, and perhaps from operating partners.
Any organisation or individual who might be interested in helping this project forward whether as a potential operating partner, consultant, contractor, or supplier is invited to contact :
Tony Copeland on 01789 840345 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Or write to Wellesbourne Parish Council at 2, School Rd, Wellesbourne , Warwick CV35 9NH.
WELLESBOURNE PARISH COUNCIL Wellesbourne is one of the largest rural settlements in Warwickshire located about 5 miles from Stratford-upon-Avon and 7 from Warwick/Leamington Spa. The Parish has a population of about 6000 with the same number again in smaller villages nearby.
EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST SOUGHT
Sustainability needn’t be just a cost
at the offices of Davenport Lyons, 30 Old Burlington Street, London W1S 3NL
Tuesday 10 May 2011, 6.15pm - 8.30pm Hosted by: Davonport Lyons
In this seminar we will look at the financial, social and environmental impact of sustainable restaurants.
Through utilising real-life case studies from across the leisure sector, we’ll also be looking at how leisure property owners can incorporate sustainable design into their new projects in order maximise their tax savings from their property investment.
Programme 6.15pm - Registration 6.30pm - Introductions 6.30pm - Speakers 7.30pm - Q&As 7.45pm - Refreshments and networking 8.30pm - Close
£45 + VAT LPF Members
£55 + VAT LPF Members’ guests
Speakers Mark Linehan, Managing Director of The Sustainable Restaurants Association Alun Oliver, Managing Director of E3 Consulting
TO BOOK OR FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: RESTRICTED
Michael Emmerson, LPF Administration E: email@example.com
T: 01462 471932 F: 01462 433909 W: www.leisurepropertyforum.org
NUMBERS BOOK EARLY TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT
Crawley Borough Council
Tender for 3G pitch and pavilion concession
Crawley Borough Council is inviting tenders from suitably qualified suppliers to manage the Broadfield 3G pitch and pavilion under a concession contract for a period of up to seven years, likely to commence in July 2011.
The contract involves management of the 3G pitch and pavilion including responsibilities for bookings, repairs and maintenance, marketing etc.
For more details and tender documentation contact Paul Baker on 01293 438659 or paul.ba
Closing date for return of completed tenders is Friday May 13.
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