RFP For Concessionaires At Public Parklands

January 31, 2024 | 1 Comment

The Department of Parks is seeking proposals from suitable concessionaires to provide beach/park concession services at five public parklands for the summer season 2024 [1 April to 30 November].

A Government spokesperson said, “The locations of these concessions and square footage are detailed below:

  • Parsons Road Park [1 site: 15ft x 10ft]
  • Great Head Park – St. David’s Battery [1 site: 15ft x 10ft]
  • Mangrove Bay [1 site: 10ft x 10ft]
  • Penhurst Park [1 site: 10ft x 10ft]
  • Ferry Point Park [1 site: 15ft x 10ft]

“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.

“The Commercial Activity application form and concession location maps can be collected at the Department of Parks main office at Global House, Ground Floor, 43 Church Street, Hamilton, or from our website at https://www.gov.bm/department/parks.

“Proposals, along with the completed Commercial Activity application form, must be hand-delivered to the Reception Desk of the Department of Parks Main Office, Global House, 43 Church Street, Hamilton, Ground Floor, or submitted via e-mail to jlcarvalho@gov.bm by 3:00 pm on 16 February, 2024.

“Questions are to be forwarded to Mrs Jessica Carvalho [Assistant Park Planner] at jlcarvalho@gov.bm during the proposal period, with final questions delivered no later than two [2] working days [14 February 2024] before the proposal submission date.”

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  1. Fisherman says:

    These places are out of the way. Great Head Park. Really??? Ferry ReCh..what in the name of deserted locations. Why not Shelly Bay, Clearwater Beach, Achilles Beaxh, John Snith’s Beach, Watch Hill Park to name a few
    A very popular food vendor has been moved from Kindley Field to Dockyard. Why not to one of the places mentioned above. Are there any. If staff took the time to look around to see where needs fir vendors could be placed and be supported and make a living, perhaps Bermudians could do it without stress and disappointment. Government needs to look after Bermuda’s vendors who truly want to offer their wares. Give great service an honest smile and share their love for customers.

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