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United Kingdom-Maidenhead: Construction work
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
Maidenhead Development Partnership.
The Authority is seeking a joint venture partner to lead the development of residential-led mixed-use development at several key sites.
The Authority's objectives are:
— To develop at least 4 sites with the flexibility to introduce different development opportunities into the joint venture at the Authority's discretion;
— For the development partner to:
i. Drive the development and to fund/part-fund it;
ii. Provide/assemble additional land (if required); and
— For the Authority to be able to choose to:
i. Co-invest by way of debt and/or equity;
ii. Extract its land value by way of capital receipts, revenue, a share in profits and/or development product.
The sites are Authority-owned and have potential development capacity for approximately 1 000 dwellings, commercial floorspace, community, cultural and entertainment facilities and public realm spaces. The Authority will encourage its selected development partner to work with it in assembling and developing other land.
The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead.
The Authority is seeking, via a competitive dialogue tender process, a joint venture partner to lead the development of residential-led mixed-use development at a number of key sites in Maidenhead.
The Authority's objectives in relation to the joint venture are, amongst other things:
— To develop a number of schemes — it is currently anticipated that 4 sites will be made available for development;
— Creating the flexibility to add additional sites — the Authority reserves the right to introduce different development opportunities into the joint venture relationship over time;
i. Drive forward the development and to fund/part-fund the development;
— For the Authority to be able to choose:
i. To co-invest by way of debt and/or equity;
ii. To extract its land value by way of capital receipts, revenue, a share in profits and/or development product.
The sites comprise Authority-owned land and are located within wider regeneration opportunity areas. The 4 initial sites have potential development capacity for approximately 1 000 dwellings, along with commercial floorspace, community facilities and public realm spaces. The Authority will encourage its selected development partner to work with it in assembling and developing other land beyond these 4 sites. The Authority may also consider adding additional development sites to the joint venture at its discretion. The term of the contract will be adjusted accordingly.
The most economically advantageous tender in terms of the criteria stated in the procurement documents.
Tenders from consortiums are welcomed, but please note that a complete application must be submitted by the lead organisation and supplemented by additional responses and documentation from the other consortium members.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Please see the PQQ.
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information
The PQQ and any subsequent invitation to tender is confidential and it is a condition of a bidder's continued involvement in the procurement of the project that it undertakes to keep confidential this PQQ and all other information (in all forms) concerning the business and affairs of the Authority.
The Authority will not enter into detailed discussion of its requirements at this stage, but clarification may be sought on the PQQ if necessary via the messaging facility on the Authority's portal.
The number of companies invited to participate in dialogue will be subject to the quality of submissions and standards of competence across the spectrum of applicants, whilst ensuring at all times an open, fair and transparent procedure that generates genuine competition between bidding organisations and maximises value for money for the Authority. Candidates should nevertheless be aware that, in issuing the PQQ, the Authority is not making a commitment to award a contract as a result of the procurement process, and is under no express or implied obligation to invite tenders from any or all of the companies which respond to the PQQ. The Authority reserves the right to award the contract without negotiation based on the initial bids received, should it deem that to offer value for money and meet the requirements sufficiently. Similarly, the Authority reserves the right to reduce the number of candidates by applying award criteria during successive stages of negotiation of the procurement and to terminate the procurement process at any given time.
A Bidder Briefing event will be held at 17:00 on Thursday, 14.7.2016 at 4 More London Riverside, London, SE1 2AU for those tender bidders who have expressed their interest in attending in writing.