Dear Cornwall Airport Limited,
Under the freedom of information act 2000 and in relation to the following services,
Mobile patrol response/keyholding services.
Could you please confirm:
1. You have maintenance and service contracts in place for all of the above
2. Who provides the services for you
3. Approximate annual value of each service
4. When these were last tendered
5. When they will be next tendered
6. Which tender portal you use to select suppliers
7. Is the tender process carried out in accordance with OJEC requirements
I look forward to your response
Business Development Manager
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Senior Business Officer
Planning and Sustainable Development
Economic Growth and Development
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