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United Kingdom-Leicester: Construction work
Prior information notice
This notice aims at reducing time limits for receipt of tenders
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: http://www.leics.gov.uk
Address of the buyer profile: http://www.leics.gov.uk
Section II: Object
9 acres development site in North West Leicestershire
Leicestershire County Council (the Council) owns a site of approximately 9 acres on the Interlink Industrial Park within North West Leicestershire.
The site could be developed out into any combination of plot sizes, but a minimum size of 1 acre plots would be anticipated.
The appointed developer or developers will build out and find an end tenant user, for the site. The aim of the Council is to gain the maximum value from the development.
To assess the value from the proposals, the Council will take account of the design, build and associated fee costs and time-scales to receive an income in order to calculate the return on investment.
The Council are therefore inviting interested developers to put forward a proposal containing ideas for the site with a secured tenant in place who will be capable of taking a lease of the property upon completion of the building.
Refer to II.1.4. Short description for further information.
The decision to whether the procurement will be divided into lots will depend on the proposals received.
The final closing date for proposal submission is 12:00 noon, 31 January 2018. The proposal must be submitted via EastMidsTenders, in English and in a Microsoft Word or PDF format.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information
Leicestershire County Council (LCC) will incorporate a minimum 10 calendar day standstill period at the point of information on the award of the contract, as communicated to tenderers. Applicants who are unsuccessful shall be informed by LCC as soon as possible after the decision has been made as to the reasons why the applicant was unsuccessful. If an appeal regarding the award of the contract has not been successfully resolved, The Public Contracts Regulations 2015 provide for aggrieved parties who have been harmed or are at risk of harm by breach of the rules to take legal action. Any such action must be brought within the applicable limitation period. Where a contract has not been entered into, the Court may order the setting aside of the award decision or order for any document to be amended and may award damages, make a declaration of ineffectiveness, order for a fine to be paid, and/or order the duration of the contract be shortened. The purpose of the standstill period referred to above is to allow the parties to apply to the Courts to set aside the award decision before the contract is entered into.