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18/09/2019
Tender Opportunity | Help us to develop a set of robust 2022 Commonwealth Games legacy priorities for the Black Country

The 2022 Commonwealth Games provides the opportunity to showcase the Black Country to a global broadcast audience and deliver a range of legacies for local communities driving forward transformational change across the region.

Black Country Consortium Ltd, Black Country LEP and Active Black Country are seeking an individual or organisation to support us to develop a set of robust legacy priorities that are uniquely of the Black Country and local stakeholders. 

Download the tender document here.

If you have any questions please contact Katherine Birch (Head of Marketing BCLEP) or Ian Carey (Active Black Country Director) 

Katherine_birch@blackcountryconsortium.co.uk or ian_carey@blackcountryconsortium.co.uk  

To tender for the work, please outline relevant experience, a breakdown of who will be involved in the work alongside fee inclusive of vat.  

Tender submissions should be restricted to 3 pages and submitted to katherine_birch@blackcountryconsortium.co.uk

Deadline for submissions; 25th September 5pm.  

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