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United Kingdom-Stevenage: Architectural design services
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: www.stevenage.gov.uk
Address of the buyer profile: www.supplyhertfordshire.uk
Section II: Object
SBC0520 Redcar Drive Architects
Stevenage Borough Council are currently seeking tenders for the provision of architectural services. The Council wishes to develop the site at Redcar Drive and is seeking a detailed planning application to convert the site into a cohesive and more legible estate arrangement that is fit for the 21st Century recognising the need for more high quality housing, development that is both environmentally sustainable and delivered at pace. Delivers a target of at least 110 new homes or identifies why this is either not possible or preferable and Incorporates modern methods of construction (MMC) and an accelerated delivery. Please note the deadline for returns and allow sufficient time to make your return as late returns will not be permitted. Any questions relating to this tender should be made via correspondence on the website and can be addressed to the main contact as shown in the details above.
The Council wishes to develop the Redcar drive site and is seeking a detailed planning application to covert the site into dense residential use. It is proposed that all existing structures on the site would be demolished. The planning application should maximise the site footprint to provide circa 110 new homes; a mix of 1 and 2 bed flats and 2 and 3 bed houses. There is also a requirement for a proportion of the site to be delivered using MMC techniques. The scheme has funding from central government attached to it and so will need to be delivered at pace.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
As stated in the procurement documents.
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information
Stevenage Borough Council reserves the right to cancel the procurement and not to proceed with the long term contract at any stage of the procurement process. Stevenage Borough Council also reserves the right not to award a contract. Neither Stevenage Borough Council nor any person on whose behalf of whom this procurement is undertaken is to be liable for any costs incurred by those expressing an interest or tendering for these contracts. The Council reserves the right to carry out additional financial checks on all companies tendering for this contract at any time during the procurement process, to ensure that they continue to meet the Council's requirements and remain financially viable to perform the contract. To access this procurement opportunity please visitwww.supplyhertfordshire.uk and follow the onscreen guidance. Any clarifications regarding this opportunity must be raised through the correspondence area in the eTendering system. If you are experiencing problems with the eTendering system, InTend offer a help section which includes a dedicated UK Support Desk which can be contacted via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone +441 144070065 for any website/technical questions, Monday to Friday 8.30-17.30. The Council undertakes to hold confidential any information provided in the proposal submitted, subject to the Council's obligations under the law, including the Freedom of Information Act 2000. If the potential supplier considers that any of the information submitted in the proposal should not be disclosed because of its commercial sensitivity or for reasons of confidentiality, then this should be stated with the reason for considering it sensitive. The Council will then endeavour to consult with the potential supplier about such commercially sensitive or confidential information when considering any request received under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 before replying to such a request, but the decision of the Council in deciding whether an exemption applies is final. Please note the deadline for return and allow sufficient time to make your return as late returns will not be permitted.
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