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United Kingdom-Leicester: Refurbishment work
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: www.stonewater.org
Main address: www.ridge.co.uk
Section II: Object
Refurbishment of Harbour Sail and Harbour Court in Poole
Harbour Sail and Harbour Court internal and external refurbishment.
Harbour Sail and Harbour Court, Poole, Dorset.
Stonewater (the Client) are proposing letting a contract for the refurbishment of Harbour Sail (32 No flats) and Harbour Court (32 No flats) in Poole Dorset. The works will include cladding, replacement EPS insulation, replacement windows, replacement external doors, replacement roof covering, replacement water tank as well as extensive internal refurbishment works comprising new sprinkler systems, new lower ceilings and redecoration. The contract is for a 15-month period with an estimated value of GBP 6 700 000.
As set out in the pre-qualification questionnaire.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
The suitability criteria are set out in the pre-qualification questionnaire which can be obtained from the internet address in section I.3).
Details of the conditions are set out in the procurement documents. These may include conditions relating to social, environmental and/or employment-related considerations.
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information
The right is reserved not to proceed with or not to award a contract for the whole or any part of the proposed procurement. Neither the contracting authority nor any person acting on behalf of the contracting authority is to be liable for any costs incurred by those expressing an interest in or tendering for this contract.
The contracting authority will incorporate a minimum 10 calendar day standstill period at the point information on the award of the contract is communicated to tenderers. The Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (SI 2015 No 102) (as amended) provide for aggrieved parties who have been harmed or are at risk of harm by a breach of the rules to take action in the High Court (England, Wales and Northern Ireland). Any such action must be started within 30 days beginning with the date when the aggrieved party first knew or ought to have known that grounds for starting the proceedings had arisen. The Court may extend the time limit for starting proceedings where the Court considers that there is a good reason for doing so but not so as to permit proceedings to be started more than 3 months after that date. Where a contract has not been entered into, the Court may order the setting aside of the award decision or order the contracting authority to amend any document and may award damages. If the contract has been entered into the Court may only award damages or, where the contract award procedures have not been followed correctly, declare the contract to be ‘ineffective’.