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United Kingdom-London: Real estate services
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
High Road West regeneration area — appointment of a development partner for a residential led, mixed used development.
Haringey Council (‘HC’) is seeking to procure a development partner to deliver a regeneration scheme in the High Road West regeneration area (‘HRW Area’) in North Tottenham. HC is seeking to enter into a development agreement with a partner who will establish a lead role in delivering regeneration and growth across the c.11 hectare HRW Area. The selected partner will need to share in HC's robust objectives for the HRW Area, building on the vision set out in the 2014 High Road West Master-plan Framework, the Tottenham Area Action Plan, the Strategic Regeneration Framework and the Corporate Plan. HC intends to secure and transfer land for the HRW Area on a phased basis once conditions precedent have been satisfied and vacant possession is achieved. Together, HC and the partner will harness the HRW Area's potential to become a more balanced and prosperous area and an important part of the future of London.
Inner London — East.
The HRW scheme is 1 of London's most exciting regeneration opportunities, offering the potential to deliver at least 1 400 new homes, 8 800 m2 of commercial space and new community facilities structured within a creative and inspiring framework of place-making. The scheme seeks to secure physical, social and economic regeneration outcomes providing sustainable neighbourhoods that embed opportunities for significantly improved health and well-being for local communities.
The HRW scheme provides the opportunity to deliver:
— A minimum of 1 400 new high-quality homes to include 145 new high-quality council homes and 46 shared equity homes;
— A minimum of 4 800m2 of A1, A3, A4 retail space;
— A minimum of 3 000m2 of D2 leisure space;
— A minimum of 1 000m2 of B1 business space;
— A new 1 400 m2 library learning centre;
— Improvements to the landscape and public realm, including a major new link between an enhanced White Hart Lane Station and Tottenham Hotspur Football Club (‘THFC’).
In addition the site provides the opportunity to deliver an energy centre accommodating the plant required for a District Energy Network (DEN),that ultimately will serve the HRW Area, THFC and Northumberland Park Estate providing all hot water and space heating needs. The operator of the energy centre will be procured by HC, and will provide the plant required for the DEN. HC's Cabinet will be considering the business case for the DEN in September 2016.
HC may include additional land within the area to be developed by the selected partner, should it be deemed to support the objectives of the High Road West regeneration scheme.
HC's vision for the HRW Area is to create a vibrant and sustainable new neighbourhood with a blend of housing — increasing local residents' housing choice and supply, whilst also supporting the creation of a leisure destination for London (alongside the planned development at THFC).
In order to meet its vision, HC has established the following project objectives:
— To deliver comprehensive regeneration of the HRW Area that creates a vibrant, attractive and sustainable neighbourhood and supports the delivery of a new sports and leisure destination for London;
— To regenerate the Love Lane Estate, ensuring that all current secure tenants are re housed within the area in high quality and high performing homes built to the London Mayor's Design Guide Standards;
— To deliver a broad mix of tenures including innovative new affordable housing products and (potentially) Private Rented Sector in a tenure blind development;
— To create a new attractive, vibrant and economically successful local centre within the south of the site, which supports both the future community and the creation of a leisure destination alongside planned development at THFC, whilst also measurably increasing employment opportunities;
— To deliver new community infrastructure that meets the needs of an increased population, including a new library learning centre and if necessary health and educational facilities;
— To secure wider social and economic benefits for the local community, including employment, education, health and community safety benefits as set out in the Tottenham People Programme;
— To deliver high quality design which will create a healthy, safe and economically active neighbourhood and high quality architecture that responds to the existing character and heritage of the area;
— To significantly increase the amount and quality of public space in the area, including delivering a new high quality public square, which is activated with community and other uses, to link White Hart Lane station to the High Road;
— To ensure that environmental sustainability is designed into the scheme addressing urban challenges such as climate change adaption, noise pollution and air quality.
As set out within the tender documents.
The estimated total cost of this scheme is in the region of 400 000 000 GBP and 500 000 000 GBP. The reason for this range is due to the range of factors which shall be discussed during the Competitive Dialogue Procedure which include but are not limited to the lifespan of the arrangement and the potential size and value of the assets which may be transferred to (or which may otherwise be developed or managed) by the partner. However, please note that all dates, time periods and figures in relation to values and volumes specified in this notice are approximate only and HC reserves the right to change any or all of them.
Further details will be provided throughout the procurement and the final scope of the opportunity will be subject to further dialogue.
It is envisaged that a development agreement will be entered into with the selected partner containing obligations (conditional on planning permission being obtained) to build out the development within a pre-agreed programme. The programme will be discussed during the Competitive Dialogue Procedure, but is anticipated to be between 10-15 years.
The procurement documents can be accessed via: http://www.delta-esourcing.com/tenders/UK-UK-London:-Real-estate-services./8C2SDJ7NE6 from the date of dispatch of this notice. Bidders should note that this procurement is not open to other purchasing contracting authorities.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
In accordance with Article 57 of Directive 2014/24/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council and Regulation 57 of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015. Details of the conditions will be set out in the tender documents.
Further information will be set out in the tender documents.
1. Parent company guarantees, deposits, bonds or other forms of appropriate security may be required as set out in the tender documents.
2. The financing conditions and payment arrangements are as described in the tender documents.
3. In the event of a successful consortium bid, HC may specify that the consortium member takes a particular legal form and/or require that a single consortium member takes primary liability or that each member undertakes joint and several liability irrespective of the legal form adopted. Where a subsidiary company is used, the ultimate parent company may be required to provide a guarantee in respect of the performance of the contract by the subsidiary before acceptance.
4. The selected partner may be required to actively participate in the achievement of social and/or environmental policy objectives. Accordingly, contract performance conditions may relate in particular to social, environmental and/or corporate social responsibility considerations. Further details will be set out in the tender documents.
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.
HC is holding a Bidder Briefing event in relation to this opportunity on 13.6.2016. If you wish to attend this event please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Memorandum of Information and PQQ are available online via: http://www.delta-esourcing.com/tenders/UK-UK-London:-Real-estate-services./8C2SDJ7NE6 from the date of dispatch of this notice. Expressions of interest should be by way of completion and return of the PQQ by the time and date specified in Section IV 2.2) HC will evaluate Bidders' PQQ responses in accordance with the PQQ and, following evaluation, will draw up a short-list of Bidders. HC then intends to issue to the short-listed Bidders an Invitation to Participate in Dialogue (‘ITPD’) (which will include the Invitation to Submit Outline Solutions (‘ISOS’)). The short-listed Bidders and HC will commence dialogue and Bidders will be invited to submit outline solutions on this project in accordance with the ITPD and ISOS.
HC reserves the right not to award the contract in whole or in part, to cancel or amend the tender process and does not bind itself to accept any tender. HC shall not be liable under any circumstances for any costs, charges or expenses incurred by any tenderer or prospective tenderer in responding to this notice or in taking part in this procurement process and accepts no liability for any costs, charges or expenses, irrespective of the outcome of the competition or if the competition is cancelled or postponed.
Please note that all dates, time periods and figures in relation to values and volumes specified in this notice are approximate only; HC reserves the right to change any or all of them.
Bidders are advised that HC is subject to the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOIA) and the Environmental Information Regulations 2004 (EIR). If a Bidder considers that any of the information supplied as part of this procurement procedure should not be disclosed because of its commercial sensitivity, confidentiality or otherwise, they must, when providing this information, clearly identify the specific information they do not wish to be disclosed and clearly specify the reasons for its sensitivity. HC shall take such statements into consideration in the event that it receives a request pursuant to FOIA and/or the EIR which relates to the information provided by the interested party. However, if the information is requested HC may be forced to disclose such documentation, irrespective of a Bidder's wishes. Please note, it is not sufficient to include a statement of confidentiality encompassing all the information provided in the response.
Bidders are advised that pursuant to the Local Government Transparency Code 2014 (LGTC), local authorities are required to publish details of any contract, commissioned activity, purchase order, framework agreement and any other legally enforceable agreement with a value that exceeds 5 000 GBP. Details required include but may not be limited to reference number, title, department, description, supplier name and details, estimated annual spend and/or budget, unrecoverable VAT, start, end and contract review dates, method of contracting and supplier status namely SME and/or voluntary or community sector organisation together with the relevant registration number. HC is also subject to the reporting requirements set out in Regulations 83 and 84 of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (PCR). HC reserves the right to publish details as required pursuant to the LGTC and the PCR.
For more information about this opportunity, please visit the Delta eSourcing portal at: https://www.delta-esourcing.com/tenders/UK-UK-London:-Real-estate-services./8C2SDJ7NE6
To respond to this opportunity, please click here: https://www.delta-esourcing.com/respond/8C2SDJ7NE6
GO Reference: GO-2016531-PRO-8291211.