RFQ2019/007 Construction of Extension at 61 Royden Road, Upton, CH49 4LU
Magenta are inviting tender in relation to the above requirement.
Further details including the relevant RFQ documents can be accessed via our e-tendering portal.
The opportunity has also been published on Contracts Finder
The closing date for responses is Thursday 19th September 2019 at 13:00hrs
A site visit is will take place at 61 Royden Road on 12th September 2019 between 10:00am – 12:00pm. Please confirm your attendance to the site visit via the e-Tendering Portal using the ‘Messages’ function, by no later than 13:00hrs on Wednesday 11th September 2019.
Please note we will require the name(s) of the individual(s) attending the site visit and there is a limit of 2 individuals per organisation
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Suppliers must hold a current Safety Systems in Procurement (SSIP) accreditation, which demonstrates that you have met the assessment requirements in SSIP within the last 12 months.
New data protection legislation came into force on 25th May 2018. It aims to protect the privacy of all EU citizens and prevent data breaches. It applies to any public or private organisation processing personal data and brings new obligations on data controllers and data processors.
Established key principles of data privacy remain relevant in the new Data Protection Legislation but there are also a number of changes that will affect commercial arrangements, both new and existing. The new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) specifies that any processing of personal data by a Processor, should be governed by a Contract with certain provisions included.
Suppliers and potential Suppliers should note that any purchases by Magenta Living where there may be a requirement to pass over personally identifiable information to the Supplier for the purpose of delivery of the supplies/ services/works, instructed by Magenta Living will be governed by Magenta Living’s Standard Form of Contract which contains GDPR provisions.
Where GDPR is deemed applicable to a particular purchase then Supplier’s MUST sign up to the Standard Contract[pdf] 214KB.
Where other Forms of Contract are used such as JCT/ NEC3/ Framework Agreements then these will also contain Schedules of Amendments to incorporate the new GDPR provisions.
Failure to do agree to such terms will mean that Magenta will not be able to appoint you for any such supplies/services/works.