Our current tenders and quotations over £25,000
Expression of interest
We now manage our tenders through the Delta eSourcing electronic tender portal. To express your interest in any of the contracts below, please follow the 'View tender documents' or 'Register your interest' button for the appropriate tender. This will take you to the correct area of the tender portal.
If you've not used Delta previously, you'll have to register first. This is free of charge, and once registered you'll be able to access tenders for all of the many public sector bodies that use the system.
When you're registered you can download the tender documents. The system will record your interest in the tender so we can send you additional information if any becomes available. Your tender will have to be uploaded to the Delta system.
If you have any difficulties with the Delta system, you can contact the Delta Helpline on 0845 270 7050.
|Contract description||Tender deadline||Officer|
Housing First support services
The council intends to let a contract for the provision of a Housing First Project for vulnerable rough sleepers in King's Lynn and West Norfolk. Interested organisations must register their interest via the Delta portal (Housing First Support Services) in order to access the Tender Documents.
|19 January 2021 (12 noon)||James Hawes|
Site investigations and de-risking
The council intends to let a contract for the provision of a multi-disciplinary Consultancy Team who will undertake detailed investigations on the Sommerfeld and Thomas Warehouse/former Grain Silo Site, South Quay, King's Lynn. Interested organisations must register their interest via the Delta portal (site investigations and de-risking) in order to access the Tender Documents.
|28 January 2021 (12 noon)||Tony Hague|
Water treatment and sampling services
The council is inviting tenders for water treatment and sampling services. Interested organisations must register their interest via the Delta portal (water treatment).
|29 January 2021 (12 noon)||Allen Scholes|
Innovation and collaboration incubator consultancy
The council requires a multi–disciplinary professional team to complete a Feasibility and Demand Study for the potential development of innovation and collaboration employment space on the site adjacent the King’s Lynn Innovation Centre (KLIC) on the Nar Ouse Enterprise Zone. Interested organisations must register their interest via the Delta portal (innovation and collaboration consultancy).
|29 January (12 noon)||Tony Hague|