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Tender for Second batch of Priority School Building Programme out

🕔 August 8, 2013
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The UK Education Funding Agency is seeking contractors to design, build, finance and maintain new educational facilities and provide services for batch 2 of the Priority School Building Programme (PSBP) programme in the North East of England.

The PSBP's purpose is to rebuild/refurbish 261 schools. The PSBP contains a mixture of private finance and public capital projects. 

The PSBP north east private finance batch comprises of 12 schools including 2 first schools - Hetton School in Sunderland and Mandale Mill Primary School in Stockton on Tees.

The proposed term of the Contract will include an estimated 24 month construction phase and a 25 year operational term from the service commencement date of the final school to be completed in this batch.

The educational facilities will be delivered using the private finance model to provide twelve new build primary and secondary schools in the North East of England. The schools involved in this Second batch are:

  • Mandale Mill Primary School
  • Longbenton Community College
  • Front Street Community Primary School
  • Lingey House Primary School
  • Roman Road Primary School
  • Seaham School of Technology
  • Bedlingtonshire Community High School
  • The Duchess's Community High School
  • Laurence Jackson School
  • Hylton Castle Primary School
  • Hetton School
  • Shiney Row Primary School

The estimated capital value of the providing the new build schools is between GBP 80-120 million.

The deadline for receipt of requests to participate is 30 August 2013.

Source: TED Europe

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