As part of North East Lincolnshire Council’s commitment to openness and transparency we are pleased to publish on a monthly basis details of the contracts we have awarded to external bodies and suppliers over £5,000 (excluding VAT) in value. This information will be made available no later than 30 calendar days following the end of each month. Access the information by month of award - see document downloads on the right hand side of the page.
Details you will be able to view are:-
- Contract Title & Reference Number
- Number of Bids Received
- Date of award
- Start and end date of the contract
- Name and address of the successful bidder
- Copy of the Invitation To Tender (ITT) or Request For Quotation (RFQ)
Please note some information may be removed from the ITT or RFQ, in accordance with freedom of information guidelines.
In addition, under document downloads, details are available on overseas travel by NELC.
The council uses a system called YORtender to procure works, services & supplies. We advertise the majority of unrestricted opportunities over £5,000 in value using this system. YORtender is web-based, so can be accessed from any computer and it is free for you to register. Guidance on how to register, can be found on the YORtender website . See Useful websites on the right.
Annual procurement planning
The procurement team publish planned procurements over £50,000 on an annual basis across all departments. You can view the plan which is on the procurement website hosted by our collaborative partner, North Lincolnshire Council or refer to the "Useful Websites" on the right.
If you would like to know more about any of our contracts, you can request further information using the on-line enquiry form on the right-hand side of this page, or by contacting us by e-mail, telephone or post using the contact details at the bottom of this page.
Re-use of this information
This information is copyright of North East Lincolnshire Council and is provided and freely available for your re-use under the terms of the Open Government Licence. Occasionally, documents may contain copyrighted information - where this is the case, it will be stated. For more information on the Open Government Licence, please visit the National Archives Open Government Licence website.