United Kingdom-Northallerton: Construction work
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: www.hambleton.gov.uk
Address of the buyer profile: www.mytenders.org.search/Search_AuthProfile.aspx?ID=AA0657
Section II: Object
Hambleton Joint Development and Regeneration of HMP Northallerton.
Hambleton District Council (the Council) is seeking a private sector partner (PSP) to jointly deliver a major mixed-use regeneration and development project in Central Northallerton on the (3.4 acre) site of the former HMP Northallerton recently acquired by the Council. The Council's vision for the site includes a mixed provision of retail, leisure, housing and community use premises in accordance with the Central Northallerton Design and Development Framework and Central Northallerton Quadrangle Study (available at www.hambleton.gov.uk/NPD).
District of Hambleton, North Yorkshire.
The project is considered of strategic importance to the Council in sustaining the vibrancy of Northallerton as a market town and complementing the existing High Street. In order to realise the Council's design and development brief, a joint venture company (JVCo) has been chosen as the desired vehicle and it is proposed that on conclusion of the procurement the Council will allocate such shareholding in the JVCo to its PSP as will be appropriate to reflect the parties' relative investments. The Council's investment in the JVCo will be primarily by way of committing assets and it is expected that the Council's PSP will invest through cash, assets, works, services or by other approaches to financing and share returns from the development with the Council. The entitlements of the Council and the PSP to returns of profit from the JVCo will be determined during the procurement process. However, the Council will hold a right of veto over certain reserved decisions made by the JVCo. Potential Council funding may be made available (e.g. for development phases with lower profitability) at terms which bidders will be required to price competitively. The Council reserves the right to add additional works or services pursuant to Regulation 32(9) of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015.
(1) Economic operators will be assessed to ascertain whether they pass the relevant thresholds as follows:
Principal areas of business;
Conflicts of Interest;
Compliance with EU legislation;
Compliant health and safety policy;
Process to check sub-contractor compliance (if applicable);
Compliance with anti-discrimination legislation;
Data Protection Act compliance;
Bribery Act compliance;
Sub-contractor compliance with Bribery Act (if applicable);
(2) Economic operators will then be scored in accordance with the following weightings:
Financial Standing 40 %;
Fully registered memberships and trade licences 5 %;
Quality assurance/accreditation 5 %;
Equality and diversity policy 2 %;
Capability description 48 % (public sector overview 13 %; financial 12 %; management 6 %; innovation 7 %; community and stakeholders 10 %).
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Please see selection criteria as stated in the procurement documents.
The contract will be performed subject to any conditions in any planning permission obtained for the works.
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information