PROPERTY & TENDERS
To Advertise T: +44 (0)1462 431385 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Expressions of Interest are invited by
Buckinghamshire County Council for the future management and control of 4 Country Parks which attract more than 500,000 visitors per annum
Audience Development Plan
The Prince’s Regeneration Trust are project managers for the first phase of the regeneration of Bletchley Park, working closely with Bletchley Park Trust. As a critical part of the development of the site, we are commissioning an Audience Development Plan and are inviting organisations with suitable experience with the opportunity to tender for this piece of work.
The site is complex and a main imperative of the project is to make the visitor experience more coherent, enjoyable to explore and intuitive.
A major redevelopment and modernisation programme is currently being implemented at Bletchley Park. The project is an ambitious and long overdue regeneration of historic Bletchley Park to create an improved exciting and innovative museum and centre of education worthy of the site’s unique heritage. The project will preserve the unique heritage of this important site whilst improving the layout and accessibility. The project will improve life-long learning opportunities at Bletchley Park, and will renovate historic buildings currently at significant risk of collapse.
To request a copy of the Audience Development Plan brief, please email email@example.com
Tender documentation must be submitted electronically by no later than noon on Friday 28th May 2010.
President HRH The Prince of Wales 90-92 Great Portland Street, London, W1W 7NT
• Black Park Country Park • Langley Park Country Park • Denham Country Park • Thorney Park
and up to 40 green spaces which include, woodlands, nature reserves, picnic areas and associated car parks comprising in total approximately 630 ha
For further information visit:
Please send Expressions of Interest to the following address:
Buckinghamshire County Council, Finance and Commercial Services, Room G21, Old County Offices, Walton Street, Aylesbury HP20 1YG email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note: Interested organisations must request an information pack and a Pre Qualification Questionnaire from the above address. The deadline for receipt of completed Pre Qualification Questionnaires is 5:00pm on Friday 18th June. Any responses received after this deadline will not be considered.
Leasehold business opportunity in Norfolk
Operation of a theatre and cinema venue
Potential operators would also be required to maintain availability of the venue for use by community groups and for amateur productions.
The Borough Council of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk is seeking expressions of interest from suitable individuals or organisations for the management, promotion and operation of the 472-seat Princess Theatre and Cinema venue on an initial ten-year lease, subject to negotiation.
The venue, which includes café and bar facilities, is situated in a prominent location in Hunstanton, a coastal resort at the mouth of the Wash in the North West of Norfolk, approximately 16 miles from King’s Lynn. The venue is in a good state of repair. Innovative proposals are being sought which include the provision of a year- round programme of entertainment along with a summer season programme of 13-weeks in total.
In considering proposals from potential operators, the Council will be flexible and open to suggestions as long they include ways in which the aforementioned requirements could be met.
For further information or informal discussion, contact Michael Walsh on 01553 616396 or e-mail: email@example.com
. To express an interest and request a pre- qualification questionnaire please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
. Expressions of interest should be received by 12 noon on 11.06.2010.
For further details about the venue and to view lease particulars, please visit the Council’s website: www.west-norfolk.gov.uk
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