Warwick Ahead Community Partnership - Invitation to tender

28 September 2017

Warwick Ahead, a Big Local Partnership, is looking for suitably qualified and experienced organisations/consultants to explore two exciting opportunities for the benefit of the community living within the Warwick Estate in Knottingley.

Community Building

Feasibility Study for a Community Building/Facility on the Warwick Estate, Knottingley

This invitation to tender is issued by the Warwick Ahead Partnership inviting suitably qualified and experienced organisations/consultants to prepare an outline feasibility study to establish a community building/facility on the Warwick Estate in Knottingley.

The Partnership has allocated between £5,000 to £7,500 for the completion of the feasibility work.

Full details can be found in the tender document (Word .doc, 800kb), which can be downloaded from Nova's website.

Community Run Social Enterprise

Feasibility Study for Establishing a Community Run Social Enterprise to Improve the Environment on the Warwick Estate, Knottingley

This invitation to tender is inviting suitably qualified and experienced organisations/consultants to prepare an outline feasibility study for the creation of a community run social enterprise that would deliver a range of services to provide a cleaner and safer estate and a pride of place on the Warwick Estate in Knottingley.

The Partnership has allocated between £3,500 to £5,000 for the completion of the feasibility work.

Full details can be found in the tender document (Word .doc, 800kb), which can be downloaded from Nova's website.

Find out more

Ian Cockerill, Nova CEO, will be available from 9 October 2017 if you'd like to discuss this opportunity. Ian can be contacted on 01924 367418 or by email.

For enquiries up until 9 October 2017, please contact Carol White, Warwick Ahead Community Development Worker, on 07577 897214.

For informal enquiries, please email Tony Herrmann, Big Local Rep.

Expressions of Interest

Expressions of interest need to be completed and sent to Ian Cockerill (Nova CEO) by 4pm on 20 October 2017

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