United Kingdom-London: Structural engineering consultancy services
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: www.networkhomes.org.uk
Section II: Object
Structural & Civil Engineering Consultants Framework
A Framework Agreement for Structural and Civil Engineering Consultants with the ability to provide designs, advice and guidance in relation to our significant development programme.
London, Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire
As set out in SQ documents.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information
Network Homes has an outstanding record in development and regeneration, and is committed to building homes that meet high standards and create sustainable communities, where residents are proud to live.
We wish establish a Framework Agreement for Structural and Civil Engineering Consultants with the ability to provide designs, advice and guidance in relation to our significant development programme.
Other Social Housing Providers in the UK (both those that are in existence now and those that may come into existence during the term of the Framework Agreement) may also be entitled to call-off contracts under the Framework Agreement. “Social Housing Provider” for this purpose means any provider of social housing and includes Registered Providers (as listed on the Gov.UK Website: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/current-registered-providers-of-social-housing), and may include Local Authorities and ALMO's. Applicants should note that, under the Framework Agreement, no organisation that is entitled to call off shall be under any obligation to do so neither does the Social Housing Provider in question have the automatic right to do so without direct permission from Network Homes Limited.
Where other “Social Housing Providers” call-off contracts under this Framework Agreement, the value of the Framework stipulated in II.2.6) may increase over its 4 year duration.
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GO Reference: GO-2018912-PRO-13181576
The Contracting Authority will observe a minimum 10 calendar day standstill period from the day of communication to the tenderers of the authority's intended award decision.
There is no right of appeal to the Contracting Authority and instead the UK Public Contracts Regulations 2015 provide for an aggrieved party to apply to the High Court of England and Wales concerning any alleged breach unless an extension is agreed by the Courts.
Full information regarding appeals can be obtained from the body responsible for the appeal procedure as stated in VI.4.1