Police and Crime Commissioner for Cleveland, Barry Coppinger, is keen to hear from enthusiastic people or existing local businesses who may be interested in an opportunity to provide a catering service at the new Community Safety Hub.
The successful contractor would be expected to provide hot and cold food and snacks such as cakes, jacket potatoes, soups and sandwiches to staff, partners, visitors and members of the public and will be required to cater for formal and informal functions as and when required, including buffet catering, working lunches and tea and coffee.
The Community Safety Hub, based in Hemlington in Middlesbrough, is expected to welcome the first phase of staff into the building in early July, with remaining staff moving in a phased approach throughout July and August.
Police and Crime Commissioner for Cleveland, Barry Coppinger, said: “This is a real opportunity for an enthusiastic person to provide a service for potentially hundreds of people every day.
“I would hope that someone who is based locally would take on this challenge, it could be great business for the right person to provide the best possible service to those people who will be using the building, and also the general public.”
The building itself will house a working space for the Force Control room, Police Executive team, other specialist staff, Police and Crime Commissioner, partners, a public briefing room and other key functions. Up to 350 people will pass through the building on a daily basis.
Any interested parties can find out more information at https://uk.eu-supply.com/app/rfq/publicpurchase_frameset.asp?PID=23520&B=BLUELIGHT&PS=1&PP=ctm/Supplier/publictenders
The closing date for interested parties will be Friday 13th April at 12 noon.
Posted on Friday 9th March 2018