United Kingdom-Twickenham: Architectural design services
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: https://www.architecture.com/competitions
Address of the buyer profile: https://www.richmond.gov.uk/
Section II: Object
Twickenham Riverside Design Team Competition
The London Borough of Richmond upon Thames is seeking submissions for an Invited Design Competition from architect-led teams to work with them on a mixed use development for Twickenham Riverside.
Hounslow and Richmond upon Thames.
The London Borough of Richmond upon Thames is seeking submissions for an Invited Design Competition from architect-led teams to work with them on a mixed use development for Twickenham Riverside. The Council has given a construction range of 25 000 000-35 000 000 GBP however, the Council would encourage innovation in the architectural designs and will not penalise teams who submit designs outside of the range, providing that compelling justification can be given as to why.
As indicated in the procurement documents.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information
The Contracting Authority considers that this contract may be suitable for economic operators that are small or medium enterprises (SMEs). However, any selection of tenderers will be based solely on the criteria set out for the procurement.
GO Reference: GO-2019325-PRO-14571632
The Council will incorporate a minimum 10 calendar days standstill period at the point information on the award of the contract is communicated to tenderers. Applicants who are unsuccessful shall be informed by the Council as soon as possible after the decision has been made as to the reasons why the applicant was unsuccessful. If an appeal regarding the award of the contract has not been successfully resolved, The Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (SI 2015 No102) provide for aggrieved parties who have been harmed or are at risk of harm by breach of the rules to take legal action. Any such action must be brought within the applicable limitation period. Where a contract has not been entered into, the Court may order the setting aside of the award decision or order the Council to amend any document and may award damages.
If the contract has been entered into the Court may, depending on the circumstances, award damages, make a declaration of ineffectiveness, order the relevant Authority to pay a fine, and/or order that the duration of the contract be shortened. The purpose of the standstill period referred to above is to allow the parties to apply to the Courts to set aside the award decision before the contract is entered into.