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United Kingdom-Newcastle Upon Tyne: Construction work
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
Home Group Repairs and Maintenance: Central Belt, Scotland
Home Group is seeking to appoint a suitably experienced and qualified contractor in the Central Belt region in Scotland for its repairs and maintenance services including the following work streams:
— responsive repairs;
— planned preventative maintenance;
— void works;
— Planned works0.
To cover predominately residential tenanted dwellings owned and/or managed by Home Group Ltd.
It is envisaged that TUPE will apply to this contract.
Home Group is seeking to appoint a suitably experienced and qualified contractor in the Central Belt region of Scotland for its repairs and maintenance services including the following work streams:
— planned works.
This list is not exhaustive and Home Group reserves the right to appoint further works and services of a similar nature to the above works and services at its discretion during the contract term. For more details of the works and services to be carried out under the contract please refer to the procurement documents.
The contract will be for an initial period of 6 years with an option to extend for a further period of 4 years at Home Group’s discretion.
It is envisaged that the contract will initially cover approximately 2 000 properties in Central Belt. Further details and current stock lists are contained in the procurement documents.
Bidders should note that additional properties may, at Home Group’s absolute discretion, be included within the scope of the contract during the term. These may include any properties from Home Group’s existing property portfolio and any new build properties developed by Home Group during the contract term. Such properties maybe situated in other areas of Home Group’s areas of operation in Scotland. The number of additional properties that Home Group may wish to bring into the scope of the contract could increase the size of the contract to 7 000 units. Home Group gives no warranty as to the number of any such properties that maybe included in the scope of the contract during its term.
The works and services will be carried out by the contractor under a JCT measured term form of contract with a schedule of amendments. However, bidders should note that the terms of the contract will give the parties the ability to agree a variation to the contractual arrangements at any point during the contract term and enter into such other arrangements as are necessary to deliver the works and services through an alternative, more tax efficient contractual structure.
The estimated value of the contract contained in sections II.1.5) and II.2.6) of this notice is based on the estimated annual value of the contract for the first year of the term, multiplied by 10 (being the number of years the Contract may potentially last for). Accordingly, bidders should note that this estimated value may increase if additional existing properties and/or new build properties are brought into the scope of the contract during its term.
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information