Following an instruction by the Isle of Wight NHS Trust, Wight Life Partnership (WLP) undertook a review of the Trust’s contract for the provision of its Car Parking and Security Services at the St Mary’s Hospital site.
The review was required in order to address a significant fall in the financial and operational performance of the existing Car Parking and Security services provider, leaving the Trust exposed to an increasing deficit with the ongoing responsibility to maintain and replace unreliable car parking equipment..
The appointed service provider was contracted to provide services from April 2014 until March 2017, and the Trust required options to address financial and operational performance and contract renewal. WLP undertook a comprehensive review of the Car Parking and Security service to:
WLP put forward a number of recommendations to increase operational performance of its existing service provider and was instructed by the Isle of Wight NHS Trust to procure a new Car Parking and Security services provider to be in place from 1st April 2017.
WLP led an EU compliant procurement process to select a new provider based on the following contractor specification:
Following the competitive tender process, Apcoa was selected as the Trust’s new provider of Car Parking and Security Management services from 1st April 2017. Apcoa is working in partnership with the Trust and will enhance user experience and increase income to the Trust by: