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Community right to challenge

Acceptance and rejection of expressions of interest

The Council may accept an expression of interest, accept it with modifications, or reject it. Potential reasons for rejection are listed below:

  • does not meet the requirements of the service, or is outside the regulations that the council must comply with
  • information presented is inaccurate or is inadequate to be fully considered
  • organisation submitting the expression of interest is not suitable to provide the service
  • decision has been made to stop providing that service
  • service falls outside of the Localism Act 2015 because it is an exempt service
  • service is already the subject of a procurement exercise
  • service negotiations are underway
  • frivolous or vexatious
  • lead to a breach of the law, or statutory duty

Last updated Thursday, 24th December 2015

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