Great Yarmouth Borough Council

General public services

Great Yarmouth Borough Council is a Local Authority in the East of England of England.
In 2009 it had a total population of 90,874 people.

Pub. DateNoticeDescriptionType
09/01/20187207-2018Professional Services for Construction FrameworkContract notice
12/12/2017494082-2017Appointment of Design Team for the redevelopment of Great Yarmouth Market PlaceContract notice
09/11/2017446854-2017Appointment of Design Team for the redevelopment of Great Yarmouth Market PlacePrior information notice without call for competition
13/01/201713010-2017Design and Construction of New Office and Production Facility at Site 12A Beacon Park, Great Yarmouth, NorfolkContract notice
09/12/2016432970-2016Design and Construction of New Office and Production Facility at Site 12A Beacon Park, Great Yarmouth, NorfolkPrior information notice without call for competition
01/09/2016301790-2016Site 25 Beacon Park phase 1Contract notice
16/12/2015441718-2015Waterways DevelopmentContract notice
13/05/2015165665-2015Master Planning Consultancy ServicesContract notice
18/11/2014391663-2014Safe At Home Contractor FrameworkContract notice
18/11/2009319731-2009Regeneration of St George's Chapel and Associated Environmental Works, Great YarmouthContract notice
29/09/2009269052-2009Refurbishment of St George's Chapel and Construction of a New Pavilion BuildingContract notice

Legend

Award Notice AvailableProcurement AbandonedNo Award Notice Issued

Complaint(s) from Mystery Shopper Scheme regarding this authority

Mystery Shopper results October and November 2017
A supplier raised concerns about a procurement that Great Yarmouth Borough Council was running for the design of housing across three sites. The supplier felt there was information missing from the tender which would prevent them from being able to bid.The authority responded promptly and stated that there was an opportunity to raise queries during the tender process where further information could have been provided within the required timescales. Further information was uploaded onto the portal ahead of the tender deadline although this would not have been seen by an supplier that had decided to withdraw from the process prior to upload. We recommended that all information should be uploaded at the start of the process so all potential participants would have access to the same information at the same time. Whilst the authority did not have the resources internally to conduct an early feasibility study, this is something that should be considered in the future.

Winning Organisations

Allen Scott
Carter Jonas
CLC ContractorsContractor
David Neve Building Contractors
DN Edwards Building Services
Dolphin Stairlifts
Hopkins ArchitectsArchitect
JKA Building Services
Lathams
M Ryder Roofing & Building
MC Building Services
Norse
Novus Property Solutions
RG CarterContractor
Stannah Lifts