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Community Centres in the London Borough of Bexley with potential Available on long lease at an annual rent
The London Borough of Bexley is inviting proposals from community centre operators, companies or individuals to manage and improve facilities at six of their community centres. Proposals will be considered for either a single property or any combination of the six available.
Interested parties must submit their outline proposals by Friday, 25 May 2012. For a brochure and further details please contact Clive Bick at the London Borough of Bexley on 020 3045 4834 or clive.bi
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Ingol Golf Course Preston, Lancashire
• Well located – Preston City Centre 3 miles • 18 hole course (6,254 yards) and practice ground • Purpose built clubhouse with 2 squash courts • Manager’s 2 bedroom bungalow • 69 hectares (172 acres) • Business closed 2010 • Exciting opportunity to rebrand and reopen
Long or short lease available
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01722 344057 BoroughofPoole
Expressions of Interest Branksome Park Tennis Facility, Leicester Road, Branksome Park,Poole,BH13 6DA. Borough of Poole is seeking to improve and develop Branksome Park Tennis Club by providing a balanced tennis development programme enabling equality of access by all sectors of the community with the outcome of improving people’s health and skills, whilst generating additional investment and incomes for the Council. The Borough is seeking bids from prospective lessees to propose the best value for money outcome for the Council in terms of investment, revenue and services to the community. The Borough of Poole is open to market suggestions as to how best the site can be run, taking into consideration the requirement for a tennis facility. Any Tennis programmes on offer would need to be run in line and with the support of Lawn Tennis Association guidelines. To discuss your ideas and arrange a site visit during the month of April, please contact the Recreation Development Team on 01202 261333 or recreation.de
To facilitate this process the Council will be using a web-based electronic supplier and contract management system. The system we use is called ProContract.Al
l interaction with the Council in respect of this requirement will be conducted through this system.
To ensure you are able to engage in this procurement process you will be required to sign up to ProContract by 31st May 2012, in order to receive the relevant information in regards to this tender.
Exciting Leisure and Entertainment
Opportunity Suffolk Coastal District Council is seeking interested companies and organisations to develop an exciting and innovative Leisure / Entertainment solution for one of the districts key facilities.
The Facility is the Spa Pavilion and is situated in a prime seafront location in the historic port of Felixstowe. The Venue is currently operated as a Theatre however the Council is open to a wide verity of innovative Leisure / entertainment solutions, including new Theatre offers.
Interested Parties are invited to attend a pre-tender market sounding event on the 16th April hosted at the Spa Pavilion.
The event will include an individual tour of the facility followed by a 1 to 1 session with members of the project team. This will offer potential bidders the unique chance to discuss this opportunity and any proposal in detail before the Council enters a formal procurement process.
INTERESTED PARTIES ARE REQUESTED TO BOOK AN ALLOCATED SPACE BY FRIDAY 13TH APRIL.
To book a space at the event or request an information pack please contact - - Lacey Crowe PA to Senior Management Team on lacey.cr
or 01502 523301
To discuss this opportunity or the market sounding event please contact either - Stuart Everett, Project Manager on 01502 523638 Paul Aldrich Procurement Officer on 01502 523508
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