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Runnymede Borough Council tenders urban regeneration development

🕔 December 9, 2015
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Runnymede Borough Council, located in the south west of London, has published a request for expressions of interest for provide real estate developers to carry out an urban regeneration project at the Runnymede area.

To express an interest in this project, economic operators are required to submit a Pre-Qualification Questionnaire (PQQ) to the contracting authority to arrive no later than 13:00 on 8.1.2016.

The contracting authority is now seeking, through a competitive dialogue procurement process, to identify one development partner who will, by way of innovative solutions, implement development opportunities by providing financially sustainable projects fit for purpose to create commercial income producing facilities, improve place-shaping in the borough and make a positive contribution to the local economy.

The regeneration and development programme may include housing and residential accommodation; office and business developments; retail developments; leisure and cultural facilities; hotel developments; car parking; infrastructure; community facilities and public open spaces (and incidental or related works to this regeneration and development) to Runnymede.

The Contracting Authority requires to have an ongoing role in the operation of the sites following the award of this contract.

The estimated value of the contract excluding VAT is 200 million GBP (around US$308 million).

The PQQ is accessible via Contracts Finder -

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