United Kingdom-Omagh: Construction work
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: www.ruralhousing.co.uk
Section II: Object
Competitive Design and Build located Cushendall, Co. Antrim
Rural Housing Association (the ‘Contracting Authority’) invites tenders from those wishing to be appointed to a Framework Agreement for development agreements, to provide land and design and construction of social housing on that land in the area of Cushendall. Placement onto the Framework Agreement will be by way of a competitive tendering procedure (open procedure), to assess all developers who submitted tenders that satisfy the minimum standards and tender evaluation criteria of this procurement process. It is anticipated that a maximum of 3 developers will be appointed to the framework, subject to adequate number of satisfactory tenders being received. The Contracting Authority may at its absolute discretion appoint less than 3 developers to the Framework Agreement.
Dependent upon the size of scheme that is awarded.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Each development (which will each be delivered under an individual development agreement) is for the provision of up to 25 social housing units (‘units’) (minimum 5 units) in Cushendall by means of design and build, where the developer provides the land, designs, constructs and completes the scheme for rural housing association in accordance with the DfC Housing Association Guide, Employers Requirements and statutory body requirements.
The units can be delivered over a number of sites or on one site. In the interests of providing an efficient housing management service, any one site must not provide less than 5 units.
It is a programme requirement to commence the construction of the units no later than March 2020 with an envisaged construction period of no more than 24 months. It is a requirement for the developer to deliver a minimum of 5 units per calendar year.
The developer must endeavour to ensure the mix of House/Apartment types on each site corresponds with the table below as more fully set out in the tender evaluation documentation, quality points will be awarded to a developer the more closely its proposal aligns with the mix ratios.
As stated in procurement documents.
Section IV: Procedure
Rural Housing Association Offices located at Tollgate House, 2 Killyclogher Road, Omagh, BT79 0AX.
Included in procurement documents.
Section VI: Complementary information
Internet address: www.ruralhousing.co.uk