Westminster City Council (WCC) and the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea (RBKC) are designing a new, innovative service to promote health and wellbeing amongst families within these boroughs.
It will be a flexible service with an intergenerational approach, supporting families and communities to live, learn and play in a healthy environment with a focus on physical activity and healthy eating. The service aspires to promote health and wellbeing at all levels of the community.
Westminster City Council (WCC), as lead Authority, intends to undertake a competitive tendering procurement on behalf of itself, and Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea (RBKC) for the provision of a Healthy Families, Healthy Communities Service. The procurement exercise aims to award 2 contracts, one for each borough.
RBKC and WCC wish to engage with interested providers to ensure the expertise of providers contributes to the service design principles; service core components; outcomes and KPI'S; and the procurement process. The 2 boroughs invite providers with experience of delivering this type of service to a supplier engagement event on Tuesday 27.11.2018. To register your interest, please contact email@example.com by 17.11.2018 giving names of the delegates attending. Places will be limited to 2 persons per organisation.