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Verenigd Koninkrijk-Eastleigh: Bouwwerkzaamheden
Aankondiging in geval van vrijwillige transparantie vooraf
Afdeling I: Aanbestedende dienst/instantie
Afdeling II: Voorwerp
Land at Sundays Hill, St Johns Road, Hedge End, Southampton, England
Construction on Eastleigh Borough Council land for housing development (106 units), and the creation of a new link road through the housing development and across adjacent land owned by two other landowners, in order to reduce congestion on the nearby M27 motorway. The contractor will also provide services to market the housing units for sale.
Sundays Hill, St Johns Road, Hedge End, Southampton, ENGLAND.
The project relates to the second and third phase of the St Johns Place development in Hedge End, Southampton which comprises 106 residential units on land owned by Eastleigh Borough Council (the ‘Council’). Affordable housing will be delivered as required by planning obligations under a section 106 agreement. The site has planning consent for the 106 housing units (F/17/80651). Phase 3 of the site is the construction of the road to link St Johns Road to Dodwell Lane roundabout (F/17/81809). This road is required for access and egress for the residential units. The land for this road is not owned by Eastleigh Borough Council.
Afdeling IV: Procedure
In order to deliver the full length of the link road (part only of which would be on the Council's land), the Council needs to reach agreement with two other parties — Foreman Homes Ltd (FHL) and a further private individual. FHL have already secured an option to purchase the land owned by the private individual and also owns the land to the north of the Council's land. The link road is to run through these three parcels of land. In order for the link road and housing to be delivered by the Council, it is necessary for the Council to reach an agreement with FHL which includes FHL carrying out the construction works and marketing services to dispose of some of the open market housing. Justification for this is threefold:
Firstly, FHL’s cooperation is required in order to deliver the section of the link road that will run through its land.
Secondly, FHL not only have land rights but also have intellectual property rights. They own all the drawings and plans to deliver the housing development that has planning permission on the Council's land and under the planning permission relating to the link road.
Thirdly, FHL have an option to acquire the land owned by the private individual. FHL therefore control the ability to develop that part of the link road over the land currently owned by the private individual (Phase 3).
Afdeling V: Gunning van een opdracht/concessieovereenkomst
Afdeling VI: Aanvullende inlichtingen