Tenders and Expressions of Interest


Open Expression of Interest, Request for Quotation and Tenders

All current Expression of Interest (EOI), Request for Quotation (RFQ) and Tenders are available to view via Tenderlink, an electronic portal for administering the tender process and submissions. Companies can register to be a supplier through the Tenderlink portal.

CD029/2021: Consultancy Services Northern Tasmanian Sports Facility Plan 2022 - 2042

CD029/2021:Consultancy Services Northern Tasmanian Sports Facility Plan 2022 - 2042 

The municipal areas of City of Launceston, West Tamar Council, Meander Valley Council, Northern Midlands Council and George Town Council are taking the lead in adopting an evidenced-based approach to the strategic planning, development and management of sporting facilities and infrastructure across the northern region.

This Plan focuses on sport and recreation facilities in Northern Tasmania to ensure that the long-term needs of the community are adequately catered for. The Plan is intended to complement plans and strategies of national, state and regional significance and feed into local council planning processes such as annual plans and capital works plans. 

The tender closes 2:00pm Monday 30 August 2021.

For tender documents and to lodge submissions, visit Tenderlink, www.tenderlink.com/launceston


How to submit a tender or quote

Register with Tenderlink (no charge) and you can access public tenders, receive email notifications of new tenders and access full tender submission documents.

The Council will only enter into business contracts with approved suppliers or tenderers who conform to the City of Launceston Business, Quality, Safety Standards, and comply with all State and National Legislation.

Tender submissions (including supporting and compliance documents) are required to be completed electronically and uploaded to Tenderlink. Late submissions cannot be accepted.

After submission

When the tender has closed, a tender evaluation panel will review each tender submission in line with the criteria listed in the tender documents. The panel will assess for compliance with the conditions of tendering.

The panel will carefully read and examine each tender submission recorded. The Council will then assess the strengths and weaknesses and you will be advised in writing whether your submission was successful or not.

Our section on Contracted Suppliers provides useful information on working with the Council.