Notification of Succesful Tender
Following the succesful request for quotations for the supply of a Dog warden Service and Dog Kenneling Service for the collection of stray dogs and for the subsequent, temporary kennelinh of the dogs respecively.
The Tender has been awarded to College garth Limited - Trading as College Garth Kennels.
The official tender will be offered following a two week period ending 1st March 2019
Should you wish to comment on the Tender allocation please contact EnviromentalHealth@oadby-wigston.gov.uk.
- Provision of a Dog Warden service to collect stray dogs during weekday ‘office’ hours.
- Provision of a Dog Warden service to collect stray dogs during out of office hours, weekends and, public holidays.
- Provision of a Dog Kennelling facility for the reception of dogs collected by the Dog Warden service during ‘office’ hours weekdays,
- Provision of a Dog Kennelling facility for the reception of dogs collected/found by the public, ‘out of office’ hours weekdays and at week-ends and bank holidays
- Additional service for the investigation of stray roaming dogs by the Dog Warden service and investigation of dog fouling issues under the Councils Public Space Protection Order during the contract period.
Contractor(s) were required to submit a bid for all elements of the service and bids were not accepted for individual elements.
The Contract is for a period from 1st April 2019 to 31st March 2022 with an option to extend the contract for an additional period of up to 12 months. The service is to operate daily and at set times of the day during the working week and at week-ends.
A full copy of the tender request can be found Tender Document for Dog warden and Dog kenneling Service (PDF Document, 596.44 Kb)
You can tell us if you have any information that could lead our officers to witness an offence.
You can tell us if you can identify anyone who does not clear up after their dog.
You can give us a witness statement if you have seen an offence.
If you think a new dog bin or more dog bins will help, please let us know where you think they should be put.
In Oadby and Wigston it is the Dogs (Fouling of Land) Act 1996. This makes dog fouling an offence unless the person in charge of the dog clears up immediately.
There is an exception for registered blind people who are in charge of a guide dog.
Anyone who does not clear up may be liable to a fixed penalty fine, currently set at £50.00.
We can increase our street cleaning patrols in problem areas.
We can consider installing a dog waste bin, or more bins, in areas of concern. Let us know where you think a new dog bin might help.
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