Trinity House is the General Lighthouse Authority for England, Wales, the Channel Islands and Gibraltar, with a statutory duty to deliver a reliable, efficient and cost-effective aids to navigation (AtoN) service for the benefit and safety of all mariners. As part of this service we maintain over 450 navigation buoys and 66 lighthouses around the coast and a number of other associated assets and systems.
Their shore side operations teams, consisting of approximately 70 staff working from three strategically placed depots, undertake regular asset servicing and re-engineering projects to ensure all AtoNs meet international standards of availability that in turn provide a world class safety service for all mariners.
As part of a wider continuous improvement programme they would like to engage the services of a third party provider to understand how the various elements of their operations are impacting upon climate change. Once this benchmark has been established they would then envisage modifying practices to reduce the overall effect while still being able to closely monitor performance.
As an arms-length body under the Department for Transport they are committed to following public sector procurement rules, which may possibly lead to tender submission and evaluation from interested parties. At this early stage they are looking to gauge feasibility and interest only.
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