Call for tenders: value and equity framework for climate adaptation: coastal caravan and camping parks study

Saturday, October 1, 2011

The Western Coastal Board has commenced a project to undertake economic valuation and social equity preference analysis of up to five coastal caravan and camping park (CCP) locations to develop a decision framework for climate adaptation that incorporates economic and social dimensions into decision making. The project is one of thirteen projects being conducted around Australia as part of the Australian Government's Coastal Adaptation Decision Pathways Projects program.

Services sought

We are seeking tenders to deliver the following services as part of this project:

  1. estimate the market and non-market economic values of coastal caravan parks (CCPs) as revealed by direct users, Crown land and park managers and key stakeholders in the local / regional communities in which the CCPs are situated.
  2. assess the social equity preferences of CCP users and adjacent communities for managing the impacts of adaptation strategies on CCPs
  3. assist the Western Coastal Board to develop an adaptation pathways decision framework for public land incorporating social and economic considerations
  4. assist the Western Coastal Board to design and implement framework uptake activities for targeted end user groups.

Tender process

  • All tender documents are available from the Victorian Government tenders website here.
  • The tender number is 314662.
  • The tender will run from Wednesday 28th September and close at 2pm on Thursday 13th October 2011.
  • A tenderer's meeting will be held on the afternoon of Thursday 6th October.

For further information about the Western Coastal Board see

Please Read: Important Addendum attached at bottom of page.