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City of Cannes tender

City of Cannes tender City of Cannes (France) Notice of a public competitive tender Public works and service concessions Corrigendum Notice for changes or additional information Services Legal Basis: Directive 2014/23/EU Section I: Contracting authority/entity I.1) Name and addresses Official name: Ville de Cannes National registration number: 21060029200010 Postal address: Hôtel de Ville de Cannes, place Bernard Cornut Gentille, CS 30140 Town: Cannes NUTS code: FRL03 Alpes-Maritimes Postal code: 06406 Country: France Contact person: Monsieur le maire ou l’adjointe déléguée E-mail: Telephone: +33 497064555 Internet address(es): Main address: Address of the buyer profile: Section II: Object II.1) Scope of the procurement II.1.1) Title: Public works and services concession for the modernisation and operation of the Vieux-Port de Cannes Reference number: 02/2020 II.1.2) Main CPV code 63721000 Port and waterway operation services and associated services II.1.3) Type of contract Services II.1.4) Short description: The Cannes City Council is launching this notice of concession for works and public services, which aims to modernise and operate the Vieux-Port of Cannes, including financing and carrying out works to extend, renovate, modernise and upgrade the maritime and inland structures of the port, and to finance, design, construct and operate a car park in the current location of the Laubeuf car park. Section VI: Complementary information VI.5) Date of dispatch of this notice: 22/12/2020 VI.6) Original notice reference Notice number in the OJ S: 2020/S 195-473020 and in Marina World: November/December 2020 (Issue 122), pages 27 - 29 Section VII: Changes VII.1) Information to be changed or added VII.1.2) Text to be corrected in the original notice Section number : IV Place of text to be modified: IV.2.2) Time limit for submission of applications or receipt of tenders Instead of: Date: 29/01/2021 Local time: 17:00 Read: Date: 08/02/2021 Local time: 17:00 Section number: VI.3) Place of text to be modified: Additional information Instead of: Visits to the Vieux-Port will be organised by the municipality until 15.01.2021 (17: 00) by appointment (see conditions in Article 10 of the Consultation Regulation). Read: Visits to the Vieux-Port will be organised by the municipality until 22.01.2021 (17: 00) by appointment (see conditions in Article 10 of the Consultation Regulation). VII.2) Other additional information:

Public consult opens for Holyhead WORLD NEWS UK: Work to transform the waterfront at Holyhead in Anglesea, Wales is back on track. Cornwall-based CAD Architects has been appointed by project leader Conygar Holyhead to draw up new plans for the £100 million transformation. The project, which is now at public consultation stage, includes a 250-berth marina, amphitheatre, promenade and gardens, and 250 new homes. Iconic on-site listed buildings will also be restored and converted into apartments. Conygar has been planning the project for six years. Further to the public consultation, the final scheme will be presented to Ynys Mon Council for planning approval in April. LMA MENA launched UAE: The marine industry welcomed a new association in November 2020 that represents and supports maritime industry in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. The Leisure Marine Association MENA, headquartered in Dubai, will focus exclusively on supporting marine industry businesses, such as marina operators, boat builders, equipment suppliers and service companies, and establish a supportive network for all its members and the marine industry and boating community as a whole. Commenting on the launch, His Excellency Sheikh Saeed Bin Ahmed Bin Khalifa Al Maktoum (left), executive director of the Dubai Maritime City Authority at the Ports, Customs and Free Zone Corporation (PCFC) said: “The association is a welcome addition to Dubai’s proactive leisure marine community, and we are excited about the potentials and key prospects it is keen on bringing to the marine sector. The Dubai Maritime City Authority is ready to support its initiatives and plans that would further boost the development of leisure marine in Dubai and the region. I am confident that the establishment of a regional organisation for the leisure marine sector is the way forward to grow sustainably.” John W R Paul (below), chairman of the Leisure Marine Association MENA, announced: “It is a proud moment that we finally are able to launch the LMA. Our goal has always been to bring together the industry under one umbrella in order to support each other and promote leisure boating in our region. Ultimately, we want the boating public to have an enjoyable boating experience which will in turn benefit the industry. We will work hard to support all the various stakeholders.” “With the support of our members, we are confident that we will reach our objectives of developing a healthy regional maritime community that will positively impact the area as a worldclass maritime destination,” he added. Members of LMA will benefit from a host of services, events, industry news feeds and workshops. They will have access to LMA reports and documents and have an impact on maritime developments. 62 YEARS OF MARINA INNOVATION. EXPERT DOCK BUILDER AND MARINE CONTRACTOR – January/February 2021 11 800-733-5679

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