Tenders and Public notices

Public Notice - Council Meeting to Consider Moonee Valley City Council's Annual Report 2016/17

Notice is hereby given that Moonee Valley City Council’s Annual Report for the financial year ended 30 June 2017, has been prepared and is available for public inspection. Copies of the Annual Report, including the Auditor’s Report, are available at Moonee Valley Civic Centre, 9 Kellaway Avenue, Moonee Ponds, all Moonee Valley libraries and on Council’s website mvcc.vic.gov.au.

Notice is also given that the Annual Report will be considered at the Ordinary Meeting of Council to be held at the Moonee Valley Civic Centre on Tuesday 24 October 2017 commencing at 6.30pm.

Bryan Lancaster

Chief Executive Officer

Advertised:

Moonee Valley Weekly, Wednesday 11 October 2017 - Public Notices Section

Moonee Valley Leader, Wednesday 11 October 2017 - Public Notices Section

Tender - Readvertised. Union Road intersections and Ascot Vale Library Frontage Upgrade Works - Construction of Decking, Furniture, Civil and Landscaping Works (Stage 2)

Tenders are invited from suitably qualified contractors:

Council seeks to engage the services of a suitably qualified contractor to undertake Union Road intersections and Ascot Vale Library frontage upgrade works (Stage 2).

The delivery of civil and landscape works at the frontage of Ascot Vale Library to create an outdoor seating space - consisting of civil, service relocation, drainage works, decking feature paving, furniture, lighting, garden beds and planting.

The delivery of the Parade (East) and St Leonards Road (West) along Union Road - consisting of civil, drainage works, feature paving, furniture, garden beds and planting.

Reference No:  FOL/17/610

Closing Date &Time:  2pm Wednesday, 25 October 2017

Contact Person:   Tissa Weraduwage

Email:   jweraduwage@mvcc.vic.gov.au

DOCUMENTS AVAILABLE: 12.00pm (noon), Monday 2 October 2017.

Tender documents can be downloaded free of charge, by visiting Council’s e-tendering website http://mvcc.vic.gov.au/tenders.

Submissions are to be lodged as detailed in the documentation via the eTenderbox http://mvcc.vic.gov.au/tenders no later than the specified closing date and time.

Late, emailed, hard copied or facsimiled submissions will not be accepted.

Council is not bound to accept the lowest or any tender.

Bryan Lancaster

Chief Executive Officer

Advertised:

The Age, Saturday 30 September 2017 - Local Government Tenders Section

Tender - Flood Mitigation Works - Pascoe Vale Road, Essendon (Stage 1)

Council seeks to engage the services of a suitably qualified contractor to undertake drainage improvement works in Pascoe Vale Road, Essendon.

The Works involve construction of approximately 10.0lm of 1800mm dia.  RCP, approximately 70.0lm of 1200mm dia.  RCP, approximately 15.0lm of 1050mm dia.  RCP, approximately 10.0lm of 300mm dia.  RCP, approximately 70m of 1200mm drainage pipe (reinforced concrete rubber ring joint jacking pipe), associated pit construction, creek outfall structure and reinstatement works.

Reference No: FOL/17/836

Closing Date &Time:  2pm Monday, 30 October 2017

Contact Person:   Tissa Weraduwage

Email:   jweraduwage@mvcc.vic.gov.au

DOCUMENTS AVAILABLE: 12.00pm (noon), Monday 9 October 2017.

A mandatory site meeting will be held outside of 4 Brewster Street, Essendon at 11.00 am on Wednesday 18 October 2017. Non- attendance will mean their tender will be non-conforming.

Tender documents can be downloaded free of charge, by visiting Council’s e-tendering website http://mvcc.vic.gov.au/tenders.

Submissions are to be lodged as detailed in the documentation via the eTenderbox http://mvcc.vic.gov.au/tenders no later than the specified closing date and time.

Late, emailed, hard copied or facsimiled submissions will not be accepted.

Council is not bound to accept the lowest or any tender.

Bryan Lancaster

Chief Executive Officer

Advertised:

The Age, Saturday 7 October 2017 - Local Government Tenders Section

Tenders - Queens Park Swimming Pool Change Rooms Upgrade

Council seeks suitable building contractors for the construction of Queens Park Swimming Pool Change Rooms Upgrade in Moonee Ponds. 

The existing male and female change rooms will be refurbished and incorporate family and accessible facilities.

Commercially registered building contractors with previous experience in similar projects will be highly regarded.

Reference No: FOL/16/483

Closing Date &Time:  2pm Monday, 30 October 2017

Contact Person:   Kaye San Foong

Email:   KFoong@mvcc.vic.gov.au

DOCUMENTS AVAILABLE: 12.00pm (noon), Monday 9 October 2017.

Tender documents can be downloaded free of charge, by visiting Council’s e-tendering website http://mvcc.vic.gov.au/tenders.

Submissions are to be lodged as detailed in the documentation via the eTenderbox http://mvcc.vic.gov.au/tenders no later than the specified closing date and time.

Late, emailed, hard copied or facsimiled submissions will not be accepted.

Council is not bound to accept the lowest or any tender.

Bryan Lancaster

Chief Executive Officer

Advertised:

The Age, Saturday 7 October 2017 - Local Government Tenders Section

Tender - Installation of sportsfield floodlighting at Fairbairn Park, Ascot Vale.

Council seeks tenders from suitably qualified contractors for the supply and installation of a six pole LED floodlighting system and associated electrical works, for two new soccer fields at Fairbairn Park, Woods Street, Ascot Vale.

Reference No: FOL/17/700

Closing Date &Time:  2pm Tuesday, 31 October 2017

Contact Person:  Gordon Lyttle

Email:   GLyttle@mvcc.vic.gov.au

DOCUMENTS AVAILABLE: 12.00pm (noon), Monday 9 October 2017.

Tender documents can be downloaded free of charge, by visiting Council’s e-tendering website http://mvcc.vic.gov.au/tenders.

Submissions are to be lodged as detailed in the documentation via the eTenderbox http://mvcc.vic.gov.au/tenders no later than the specified closing date and time.

Late, emailed, hard copied or facsimiled submissions will not be accepted.

Council is not bound to accept the lowest or any tender.

Bryan Lancaster

Chief Executive Officer

Advertised:

The Age, Saturday 7 October 2017 - Local Government Tenders Section

Tender - Road Resurfacing Works in Aberfeldie, Airport West, East Keilor and Flemington (Supply of Cold Planing Services and Supply, Lay and Consolidation of Asphalt)

Council seeks to engage the services of a suitably qualified contractors to undertake road resurfacing works in Aberfeldie, Airport West, East Keilor and Flemington.

Supply all resources necessary to undertake the cold planing services and the supply, laying and consolidation of asphalt for nominated streets in Aberfeldie, Airport West, East Keilor and Flemington. The work includes traffic management.

Reference No:  FOL/17/610

Closing Date &Time: 2pm Friday, 3 November 2017

Contact Person: Tissa Weraduwage

Email: jweraduwage@mvcc.vic.gov.au

DOCUMENTS AVAILABLE: 12.00pm (noon), Monday 16 October 2017.

Tender documents can be downloaded free of charge, by visiting Council’s e-tendering website http://mvcc.vic.gov.au/tenders.

Submissions are to be lodged as detailed in the documentation via the eTenderbox http://mvcc.vic.gov.au/tenders no later than the specified closing date and time.

Late, emailed, hard copied or facsimiled submissions will not be accepted.

Council is not bound to accept the lowest or any tender.

Bryan Lancaster

Chief Executive Officer

Advertised:

The Age, Saturday 14 October 2017 - Local Government Tenders Section

Notice of Intention to Declare Special Rate and Charge - Flemington Business Precinct

In accordance with a resolution of the Moonee Valley City Council (Council) made at its Ordinary Meeting held on 26 September 2017, notice is given that at the Ordinary Meeting of the Council to be held on 13 February 2018 (tbc), it is the intention of the Council to declare a Special Rate and Charge (Special Rate and Charge or Scheme) under section 163(1) of the Local Government Act 1989 (Act) for the purposes of defraying expenses to be incurred by the Council in, administratively only and subject always to approval, direction and control of the Council, providing funds to the incorporated body known and operating as the Flemington Chamber of Commerce (Chamber of Commerce), which funds, subject always to the approval, direction and control of Council, are to be used for the purposes of funding a part-time Shopping Centre Coordinator, promotional, advertising, marketing, business development and other incidental expenses as approved by Council and agreed to from time to time between Council and the Traders Association, all of which are associated with the encouragement of commerce, retail and professional activity and employment in the Flemington Business Precinct (Business Precinct).

The Special Rate and Charge will be based on geographic criteria, having regard to the location and the capital improved value of those rateable properties in the Business Precinct that are used, or reasonably capable of being used, for commercial, retail or professional purposes. The Council considers that each rateable property and each business included in the Scheme area that is required to pay the Special Rate and Charge will receive a special benefit because the viability of the Business Precinct as a commercial, retail and professional area will be enhanced through increased economic activity.

In performing functions and exercising powers in relation to activities associated with the encouragement of commerce and retail activity in and around the area for which it is proposed the Special Rate and Charge will be declared, the Council intends to levy and spend an amount of $60,000 in the first year of the Scheme, with such Special Rate and Charge amounts increasing by $2,500 in each year of the Scheme, raising in total as the cost of the performance of the function and the exercise of the power an amount of $310,000 over the five year period of the Scheme.

The Special Rate and Charge is to be declared, and will remain in force, for the period commencing on 1 July 2018 and ending on 30 June 2023.

For the period of the Scheme, the Special Rate and Charge will be assessed based on:
a) an 80 per cent Special Rate component calculated by multiplying the capital improved value of each property by a rate in the dollar (adjusted annually);
b) a 20 per cent fixed Special Charge component assessed as a flat charge of $96.00 in the first year;
c) the Special Rate and Charge will be capped at a maximum amount of $5,000 per rated property,

The total amount of the Special Rate and Charge to be collected is increasing by $2,500 in each year of the Scheme for the remaining four years of the Scheme.

Council is required to revalue all properties within the Municipality every two years. On 1 July 2018 new values will be used to calculate the rate in the dollar for all properties within the Business District. The new values merely redistribute the collection of the remaining 80% of the Special Rate component. The values and the rate in the dollar will be listed on the notice of levy for the Special Rate issued after 1 July 2018.

The Special Rate and Charge will be levied by the Council sending a notice of levy annually to the persons who are liable to pay the Special Rate and Charge, which will require that the Special Rate and Charge must be paid by two instalments, to be paid by the dates which are fixed by Council in the notice.

Council will consider cases of financial and other hardship and may reconsider other payment options for the Special Rate and Charge. There will be no incentives given for payment of the Special Rate and Charge before the due dates for payment.

For the purposes of having determined the total amount of the Special Rate and Charge to be levied under the Scheme, the Council considers and formally determines for the purposes of sections 163(2)(a), (2A) and (2B) of the Act that the estimated proportion of the total benefits of the Scheme to which the performance of the function and the exercise of the power relates (including all special benefits and community benefits) that will accrue as special benefits to all of the persons who are liable to pay the Special Rate and Charge is in a ratio of 1:1 (or 100%). This is on the basis that, in the opinion of the Council, all of the services and activities to be provided from the proceeds of the expenditure of the Special Rate and Charge are marketing, promotion and advertising related and will accordingly only benefit those properties and businesses included in the Scheme that are used, or reasonably capable of being used, for retail, commercial or professional purposes.

Copies of the proposed declaration of the Special Rate and Charge and a detailed plan of the Scheme area which also shows the land and the properties in relation to which the Special Rate and Charge is to be declared are available for inspection at the offices of the Moonee Valley City Council, 9 Kellaway Avenue, Moonee Ponds, VIC 3039 during normal business hours for a period of at least 28 days after the publication of this notice.

Any person may make a written submission to the Council under sections 163A and 223 of the Act.

In addition, any person who will be required to pay the Special Rate and Charge to be imposed by the proposed declaration, whether an owner or an occupier of a property included in the Scheme, has a right to object to the proposed declaration and may also make a written objection to the Council under section 163B of the Act. An occupier is entitled to exercise the right of objection if they submit documentary evidence with the objection which shows that it is a condition of the lease under which the person is an occupier that the occupier is to pay the Special Rate and Charge.
Written submissions to be submitted to the Council under section 223 of the Act and/or written objections to be lodged with the Council under section 163B of the Act must be received by the Council on 17 November 2017, by 5pm. Submissions and/or objections must be in writing and addressed and sent by mail to the Chief Executive, Bryan Lancaster, Moonee Valley City Council, 9 Kellaway Avenue, Moonee Ponds, VIC 3039.

Any person who has made a written submission under section 223 of the Act and has requested to be heard in support of their written submission is entitled to appear in person or to be represented by a person specified in the submission before a Committee appointed by the Council to hear submissions under section 223 of the Act on Monday 4 December 2017, at 6.30pm at Moonee Valley City Council (9 Kellaway Avenue Moonee Ponds).

Any person making a written submission under section 223 of the Act is advised that under regulation 11 of the Local Government (General) Regulations 2004, the Council is required to make available for public inspection all submissions (including personal information) received in accordance with section 223 of the Act during the previous 12 months. Details of submissions may also be included within the Official Council Agendas and Minutes which are public documents and which may also be made available on Council’s website.

Council will consider any written submissions and take into account any objections in accordance with sections 163A, 163B and 223 of the Act.

Any person requiring further information concerning the proposed declaration of Special Rate and Charge should in the first instance contact Joy Saunders, Business Development Officer, Economic Development, phone 03 9243 1282 or email jsaunders@mvcc.vic.gov.au.

Bryan Lancaster 

Chief Executive Officer

Advertised:

Moonee Valley Leader, Wednesday 11 October 2017 - Public Notices Section

Notice of Intention to Declare Special Rate and Charge - Union Road Business Precinct

In accordance with a resolution of the Moonee Valley City Council (Council) made at its Ordinary Meeting held on 26 September 2017, notice is given that at the Ordinary Meeting of the Council to be held on 13 February 2018 (tbc), it is the intention of the Council to declare a Special Rate and Charge (Special Rate and Charge or Scheme) under section 163(1) of the Local Government Act 1989 (Act) for the purposes of defraying expenses to be incurred by the Council in, administratively only and subject always to approval, direction and control of the Council, providing funds to the incorporated body known and operating as the Union Road Traders Association (Traders Association), which funds, subject always to the approval, direction and control of Council, are to be used for the purposes of funding a part-time Shopping Centre Coordinator, promotional, advertising, marketing, business development and other incidental expenses as approved by Council and agreed to from time to time between Council and the Traders Association, all of which are associated with the encouragement of commerce, retail and professional activity and employment in the Union Road Business Precinct (Business Precinct).

The Special Rate and Charge will be based on geographic criteria, having regard to the location and the capital improved value of those rateable properties in the Business Precinct that are used, or reasonably capable of being used, for commercial, retail or professional purposes. The Council considers that each rateable property and each business included in the Scheme area that is required to pay the Special Rate and Charge will receive a special benefit because the viability of the Business Precinct as a commercial, retail and professional area will be enhanced through increased economic activity.

In performing functions and exercising powers in relation to activities associated with the encouragement of commerce and retail activity in and around the area for which it is proposed the Special Rate and Charge will be declared, the Council intends to levy and spend an amount of $60,000 in the first year of the Scheme, with such Special Rate and Charge amounts increasing by $2,500 in each year of the Scheme, raising in total as the cost of the performance of the function and the exercise of the power an amount of $310,000 over the five year period of the Scheme.

The Special Rate and Charge is to be declared, and will remain in force, for the period commencing on 1 July 2018 and ending on 30 June 2023.

For the period of the Scheme, the Special Rate and Charge will be assessed based on:
a) an 80 per cent Special Rate component calculated by multiplying the capital improved value of each property by a rate in the dollar (adjusted annually);
b) a 20 per cent fixed Special Charge component assessed as a flat charge of $73.62 in the first year;
c) the Special Rate and Charge will be capped at a maximum amount of $5,000 per rated property,

The total amount of the Special Rate and Charge is to be collected increasing by $2,500 in each year of the Scheme for the remaining four years of the Scheme.

Council is required to revalue all properties within the Municipality every two years. On 1 July 2018 new values will be used to calculate the rate in the dollar for all properties within the Business District. The new values merely redistribute the collection of the remaining 80% of the Special Rate component. The values and the rate in the dollar will be listed on the notice of levy for the Special Rate issued after 1 July 2018.

The Special Rate and Charge will be levied by the Council sending a notice of levy annually to the persons who are liable to pay the Special Rate and Charge, which will require that the Special Rate and Charge must be paid by two instalments, to be paid by the dates which are fixed by Council in the notice.

Council will consider cases of financial and other hardship and may reconsider other payment options for the Special Rate and Charge. There will be no incentives given for payment of the Special Rate and Charge before the due dates for payment.

For the purposes of having determined the total amount of the Special Rate and Charge to be levied under the Scheme, the Council considers and formally determines for the purposes of sections 163(2)(a), (2A) and (2B) of the Act that the estimated proportion of the total benefits of the Scheme to which the performance of the function and the exercise of the power relates (including all special benefits and community benefits) that will accrue as special benefits to all of the persons who are liable to pay the Special Rate and Charge is in a ratio of 1:1 (or 100%). This is on the basis that, in the opinion of the Council, all of the services and activities to be provided from the proceeds of the expenditure of the Special Rate and Charge are marketing, promotion and advertising related and will accordingly only benefit those properties and businesses included in the Scheme that are used, or reasonably capable of being used, for retail, commercial or professional purposes.

Copies of the proposed declaration of the Special Rate and Charge and a detailed plan of the Scheme area which also shows the land and the properties in relation to which the Special Rate and Charge is to be declared are available for inspection at the offices of the Moonee Valley City Council, 9 Kellaway Avenue, Moonee Ponds, VIC 3039 during normal business hours for a period of at least 28 days after the publication of this notice.

Any person may make a written submission to the Council under sections 163A and 223 of the Act.
In addition, any person who will be required to pay the Special Rate and Charge to be imposed by the proposed declaration, whether an owner or an occupier of a property included in the Scheme, has a right to object to the proposed declaration and may also make a written objection to the Council under section 163B of the Act. An occupier is entitled to exercise the right of objection if they submit documentary evidence with the objection which shows that it is a condition of the lease under which the person is an occupier that the occupier is to pay the Special Rate and Charge.

Written submissions to be submitted to the Council under section 223 of the Act and/or written objections to be lodged with the Council under section 163B of the Act must be received by the Council on 17 November 2017, by 5pm. Submissions and/or objections must be in writing and addressed and sent by mail to the Chief Executive, Bryan Lancaster, Moonee Valley City Council, 9 Kellaway Avenue, Moonee Ponds, VIC 3039.

Any person who has made a written submission under section 223 of the Act and has requested to be heard in support of their written submission is entitled to appear in person or to be represented by a person specified in the submission before a Committee appointed by the Council to hear submissions under section 223 of the Act on Monday 4 December 2017, at 6.30pm at Moonee Valley City Council (9 Kellaway Avenue Moonee Ponds).

Any person making a written submission under section 223 of the Act is advised that under regulation 11 of the Local Government (General) Regulations 2004, the Council is required to make available for public inspection all submissions (including personal information) received in accordance with section 223 of the Act during the previous 12 months. Details of submissions may also be included within the Official Council Agendas and Minutes which are public documents and which may also be made available on Council’s website.

Council will consider any written submissions and take into account any objections in accordance with sections 163A, 163B and 223 of the Act.

Any person requiring further information concerning the proposed declaration of Special Rate and Charge should in the first instance contact Joy Saunders, Business Development Officer, Economic Development, phone 03 9243 1282 or email jsaunders@mvcc.vic.gov.au.

Bryan Lancaster 

Chief Executive Officer

Advertised:

Moonee Valley Leader, Wednesday 11 October 2017 - Public Notices Section

Notice of Intention to Declare Special Rate and Charge - Niddrie Business Precinct

In accordance with a resolution of the Moonee Valley City Council (Council) made at its Ordinary Meeting held on 26 September 2017, notice is given that at the Ordinary Meeting of the Council to be held on 13 February 2018 (tbc), it is the intention of the Council to declare a Special Rate and Charge (Special Rate and Charge or Scheme) under section 163(1) of the Local Government Act 1989 (Act) for the purposes of defraying expenses to be incurred by the Council in, administratively only and subject always to approval, direction and control of the Council, providing funds to the incorporated body known and operating as the Niddrie Traders Association (Traders Association), which funds, subject always to the approval, direction and control of Council, are to be used for the purposes of funding a part-time Shopping Centre Coordinator, promotional, advertising, marketing, business development and other incidental expenses as approved by Council and agreed to from time to time between Council and the Traders Association, all of which are associated with the encouragement of commerce, retail and professional activity and employment in the Niddrie Business Precinct (Business Precinct).

The Special Rate and Charge will be based on geographic criteria, having regard to the location and the capital improved value of those rateable properties in the Business Precinct that are used, or reasonably capable of being used, for commercial, retail or professional purposes. The Council considers that each rateable property and each business included in the Scheme area that is required to pay the Special Rate and Charge will receive a special benefit because the viability of the Business Precinct as a commercial, retail and professional area will be enhanced through increased economic activity.

In performing functions and exercising powers in relation to activities associated with the encouragement of commerce and retail activity in and around the area for which it is proposed the Special Rate and Charge will be declared, the Council intends to levy and spend an amount of $125,000 in the first year of the Scheme, with such Special Rate and Charge amounts increasing by $5,000 in each year of the Scheme, raising in total as the cost of the performance of the function and the exercise of the power an amount of $675,000 over the five year period of the Scheme.

The Special Rate and Charge is to be declared, and will remain in force, for the period commencing on 1 July 2018 and ending on 30 June 2023.

For the period of the Scheme, the Special Rate and Charge will be assessed based on:
a) an 80 per cent Special Rate component calculated by multiplying the capital improved value of each property by a rate in the dollar (adjusted annually);
b) a 20 per cent fixed Special Charge component assessed as a flat charge of $111.11 in the first year;
c) the Special Rate and Charge will be capped at a maximum amount of $5,000 per rated property,

The total amount of the Special Rate and Charge is to be collected increasing by $5,000 in each year of the Scheme for the remaining four years of the Scheme.

Council is required to revalue all properties within the Municipality every two years. On 1 July 2018 new values will be used to calculate the rate in the dollar for all properties within the Business District. The new values merely redistribute the collection of the remaining 80% of the Special Rate component. The values and the rate in the dollar will be listed on the notice of levy for the Special Rate issued after 1 July 2018.

The Special Rate and Charge will be levied by the Council sending a notice of levy annually to the persons who are liable to pay the Special Rate and Charge, which will require that the Special Rate and Charge must be paid by two instalments, to be paid by the dates which are fixed by Council in the notice.

Council will consider cases of financial and other hardship and may reconsider other payment options for the Special Rate and Charge. There will be no incentives given for payment of the Special Rate and Charge before the due dates for payment.

For the purposes of having determined the total amount of the Special Rate and Charge to be levied under the Scheme, the Council considers and formally determines for the purposes of sections 163(2)(a), (2A) and (2B) of the Act that the estimated proportion of the total benefits of the Scheme to which the performance of the function and the exercise of the power relates (including all special benefits and community benefits) that will accrue as special benefits to all of the persons who are liable to pay the Special Rate and Charge is in a ratio of 1:1 (or 100%). This is on the basis that, in the opinion of the Council, all of the services and activities to be provided from the proceeds of the expenditure of the Special Rate and Charge are marketing, promotion and advertising related and will accordingly only benefit those properties and businesses included in the Scheme that are used, or reasonably capable of being used, for retail, commercial or professional purposes.

Copies of the proposed declaration of the Special Rate and Charge and a detailed plan of the Scheme area which also shows the land and the properties in relation to which the Special Rate and Charge is to be declared are available for inspection at the offices of the Moonee Valley City Council, 9 Kellaway Avenue, Moonee Ponds, VIC 3039 during normal business hours for a period of at least 28 days after the publication of this notice.

Any person may make a written submission to the Council under sections 163A and 223 of the Act.
In addition, any person who will be required to pay the Special Rate and Charge to be imposed by the proposed declaration, whether an owner or an occupier of a property included in the Scheme, has a right to object to the proposed declaration and may also make a written objection to the Council under section 163B of the Act. An occupier is entitled to exercise the right of objection if they submit documentary evidence with the objection which shows that it is a condition of the lease under which the person is an occupier that the occupier is to pay the Special Rate and Charge.

Written submissions to be submitted to the Council under section 223 of the Act and/or written objections to be lodged with the Council under section 163B of the Act must be received by the Council on 17 November 2017, by 5pm. Submissions and/or objections must be in writing and addressed and sent by mail to the Chief Executive, Bryan Lancaster, Moonee Valley City Council, 9 Kellaway Avenue, Moonee Ponds, VIC 3039.

Any person who has made a written submission under section 223 of the Act and has requested to be heard in support of their written submission is entitled to appear in person or to be represented by a person specified in the submission before a Committee appointed by the Council to hear submissions under section 223 of the Act on Monday 4 December, at 5.30pm at Moonee Valley City Council (9 Kellaway Avenue Moonee Ponds).

Any person making a written submission under section 223 of the Act is advised that under regulation 11 of the Local Government (General) Regulations 2004, the Council is required to make available for public inspection all submissions (including personal information) received in accordance with section 223 of the Act during the previous 12 months. Details of submissions may also be included within the Official Council Agendas and Minutes which are public documents and which may also be made available on Council’s website.

Council will consider any written submissions and take into account any objections in accordance with sections 163A, 163B and 223 of the Act.

Any person requiring further information concerning the proposed declaration of Special Rate and Charge should in the first instance contact Joy Saunders, Business Development Officer, Economic Development, phone 03 9243 1282 or email jsaunders@mvcc.vic.gov.au.

Bryan Lancaster 

Chief Executive Officer

Advertised:

Moonee Valley Leader, Wednesday 11 October 2017 - Public Notices Section

Tender - Moonee Valley City Council Enterprise Resource Platform (ERP)

Moonee Valley City Council (MVCC) is seeking an integration partner to provide an Enterprise Resource Platform (ERP) and integration services to deliver a transformation in enterprise software. Respondents should have a proven track record of management and delivery of complex ERP solutions that encompass many functional areas for a diverse organisation.

The deliverable items will include licencing, support, maintenance and integration of the following functional areas;(Including but not limited to) CRM, Property & Rating, Finance, Asset Management, Procurement, HR, Payroll, Project Management, Risk, OH&S.
MVCC will be expecting responses from exemplary, innovative and creative Solution Providers.

The requirements are fully described in the tender specification.

Reference No:   PROJ/17/66
Closing Date &Time:  2pm Monday 20 November 2017
Contact Person:   Ian Munro
DOCUMENTS AVAILABLE: 12pm Monday 23 October 2017

Tender documents can be downloaded free of charge by visiting Council’s e-tendering website http://mvcc.vic.gov.au/tenders.

Submissions are to be lodged as detailed in the documentation via the eTenderbox  http://mvcc.vic.gov.au/tenders no later than the specified closing date and time.

Late, emailed, hard copied or facsimiled submissions will not be accepted.
Council is not bound to accept the lowest price tender.

Bryan Lancaster

Chief Executive Officer

To be advertised in:

The Age, Saturday 21 October 2017 - Local Government Tenders Section

Last updated: Thursday, 19 October 2017, 12:24 AM