This DPS is for support and accommodation services. It is split into 3 lots:

Lot 1: Supported Living — 146 000 000 GBP over 10 years;

Lot 2: Supported Housing — 49 000 000 GBP over 10 years;

Lot 3: Accommodation Only — 80 000 000 GBP over 10 years.

Customers may have complex and multiple support needs. Customers that will require this service will have a wide range of needs that may include 1 or a combination of the following broad headings (please note this list is not exhaustive):

— learning disabilities,

— mental health,

— physical disabilities,

— sensory impairments and/or communication needs,

— autism,

— behaviours that challenge/high risk behaviours,

— forensic profiles.

For clarity, this DPS is not a full DPS as defined under the regulations but is a modified version. This is because social and health care services (the light touch regime) are not subject to the full regulations of the procurement procedures set out in the regulations.

Extended TitleTD1492 — Support and Accommodation Dynamic Purchasing System
Extended Description

Lot 1: Supported Living:

Derby City Council requires support to be delivered to adults with complex needs within their own accommodation — to be known hereon in as 'Supported Living'.

The term ‘Supported Living’ for the purposes of this service refers to the provision of support that is delivered within a person’s tenanted housing or their own home where appropriate. The provision of care, support or supervision received by a customer (or tenant), is not linked to or integrated with their accommodation.

Supported Living is ultimately designed to deliver support that enables people to become more independent. It can be either long-term — for people who need on-going support to live independently or short-term — where it is recognised that emotional or practical skills development may support a customer’s move to more mainstream housing. An enablement/recovery approach lies at the heart of service delivery, and performance in this respect will need to be quantifiable and measurable.

Customers will:

— be residents of Derby City,

— be over the age of 16 years,

— have eligible care or support needs as defined by the Council,

— require supported living as defined above.

Deadline Date2029-10-31
Publication Date2019-09-30
CountryUnited Kingdom
Procurement StatusActive
TypeRestricted procedure
Contract TypeServices
Award CriteriaThe most economic tender
OrganisationDerby City Council
AddressCouncil House, Corporation Street
Postal CodeDE1 2FS
Phone+44 1332640768
Class Code85000000
Class DescriptionHealth and social work services
SourceOffice for Official Publications of the European Communities - Tenders electronic daily (Ted)

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