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Section I: Contracting authority/entity
Section II: Object
Property Joint Venture Partner Procurement.
Surrey County Council is seeking a private sector development partner to enter into a corporate Joint Venture to undertake the development of surplus and identified sites for itself and other public sector organisations listed in VI.4.3 below (which includes its immediate partner East Sussex County Council through its Orbis Partnership).
The Council aims to secure delivery expertise, and bring capacity and pace to a development programme that ensures optimal performance and returns from investment activities, whilst supporting its wider objectives around income generation, growth, job creation and regeneration.
The partner will be expected to provide dedicated resources, and deliver a range of works and services including option appraisals, market advice, planning promotion, development advice and construction, and asset management services across a range of sites (predominantly residential including PRS, and some mixed uses).
Initial sites are within the boundaries of the County of Surrey. Other sites fall within the boundaries of the authorities listed in VI.4.3 below.
The joint venture partner is required to deliver a range of services and activities in support of SCC, to include options appraisals, market analysis, land promotion services, obtaining planning permissions, supply chain management, development management service (inception studies through to tendering stages), arranging development finance, design and build, construction management and management contracting services, design and construction of infrastructure to support a scheme, sales and marketing and rental and estate/facility management including treasury services (referencing, rent and service charge accounting) and after care and maintenance. Further information about the procurement scope and other contracting authority sites are set out in the Memorandum of Information available at http://www.sesharedservices.org.uk/esourcing Other participating authorities have identified schemes located across the UK but predominantly located in the South. Continues at III.2.2 below.
The estimated value range of developments in respect of the authorities combined is between 250 000 000 GBP to 1 500 000 000 GBP (with 250 000 000 GBP representing Surrey CC's potential requirements).
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Additional information continued from Section II.2.4: Surrey CC have an initial tranche of 32 sites and a summary of data provided by participating and interested authorities has indicated a further range of over 100 sites, with potential for over 5 000 units. If the venture were to reach its full potential the upper range of the value to the market is indicated at 1 500 000 000 000 GBP.
This involves a unique opportunity to offer development delivery and service expertise across a raft of property development projects. The sites are primarily for/ with a residential focus, including private rental sector asset opportunities. The promotion and delivery of schemes will be via a corporate Joint Venture in which both the Council and the private sector partner will be shareholders.
The partner may be required to deliver social and/or environmental policy objectives relating to recruitment, training and supply-chain initiatives and these may feature as contract performance and contract conditions.
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information
The Concession Contracts Regulation 2016 (CCR 2016) applies to the competition. The Council intends to follow a process similar to the Competitive Dialogue procedure described in the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (as amended) (PCR 2015). It reserves the right to deviate from the formalities of the PCR 2015 in conducting the competition due to the flexibilities permitted by the CCR 2016. Award criteria and further procurement documents will be provided at the commencement of the competitive dialogue stages to bidders that are shortlisted to participate. Expressions of interest applications must be by way of completion and return of the selection questionnaire (SQ) (in accordance with the requirements set out in the SQ by the time limit in Section IV.2.2 above) available via http://www.sesharedservices.org.uk/esourcing The Council reserves the right not to award the opportunity or to award only part (or a different arrangement) of the opportunity described in this concession notice.
Review procedures: In accordance with Regulation 47 (Notice of decision to award a concession contract); Regulation 48 (Standstill Period) and Regulation 52 to 63 of the Concession Contracts Regulations 2016 (CCR 2016). Following any decision to award the concession contract, the contracting authority will provide debriefing information to unsuccessful bidders (in accordance with Regulation 47 CCR 2016) and observe a minimum 10 day standstill period (in accordance with Regulation 48 CCR 2016) before the concession contract is entered into.
Additional participating authorities include Runnymede Borough Council; Surrey Police; Kent County Council; University of Surrey
West Sussex County Council; Elmbridge Borough Council; Guildford Borough Council; Hertfordshire County Council; Lewes District Council; Eastbourne Borough Council; Epsom and Ewell Borough Council; Waverley Borough Council; Chichester Borough Council;
Warwickshire County Council; Lincolnshire County Council; Royal Borough of Kingston; Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Trust; Gloucestershire County Council; Mole Valley District Council; Spelthorne Borough Council; Essex County Council; East Surrey CCG
Adur & Worthing Councils; Ashford and St Peter's Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust; Surrey Downs Clinical Commissioning Group; University of Kingston; Brighton & Hove City Council; Hastings Borough Council and East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service. The scheme may include sites which are not listed in the Memorandum of Information for Surrey County Council and the other participating authorities but which nevertheless fall within their respective authority county/borough/district boundaries.