Proposals Sought For Activity Within Parklands

April 8, 2022

The Department of Parks is “seeking proposals for commercial activity within parklands” for the 2022 summer season.

A Government spokesperson said, “The Department of Parks is seeking proposals from suitable concessionaires to provide beach/park concession services at twelve [12] public parklands for the summer season 2022 [May 1st 2022 to November 30th 2022].

“The locations available are:

  • 1. Mangrove Bay
  • 2. Somerset Long Bay
  • 3. Daniel’s Head
  • 4. Church Bay
  • 5. Horseshoe Bay Beach [excluding the facility]
  • 6. Chaplin Bay
  • 7. Admiralty House
  • 8. Ducking Stool
  • 9. Penhurst Park
  • 10. Shelly Bay
  • 11. Kindley Field Park
  • 12. St. David’s Battery

“Proposals may be submitted for one or more of the above-listed locations, with the understanding that only one location will be awarded per concessionaire.

“Anyone interested in concession services can send their proposal to Submissions need to include what is being offered, how large their operation would be, which location they are interested in, dates and hours of operation, business name, and any other relevant information they would like to provide. The deadline for submissions is 5 pm, April 18th, 2022.

“Interested applicants will have their proposals presented to the National Parks Commission at their April 19th 2022 meeting. Successful applicants will be notified via e-mail shortly after this meeting.”

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  1. Ringmaster says:

    Can’t we leave some areas natural, quiet and tranquil? Believe it or not, that is a very attractive feature of Bermuda, not the noisy, vulgar rap crap that seems to take over in the summer.

  2. Triangle Drifter says:

    So it is mid April & Government is only just putting out invitations for vendors at the parks & beaches.

    Good Grief! This really illustrates the incompetence of W&E & Parks.

  3. Kim Smith says:

    I am pleased to see that the Government is calling for proposals for ‘suitable’ concessions, understanding that beaches are special places that require additional care and control to avoid pollution, be it from excessive noise or waste escaping into the marine environment.