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Durham council seeks three for £160m housing framework

Durham County Council is seeking to appoint three contractors to a housing framework worth between £75 million and £160m.

The proposed framework agreement includes the delivery of major capital works (whole house modernisation schemes and component replacements).

The services will include an internal programme of works to properties which could include central heating renewal, electrical rewires, bathroom replacement, kitchen replacement, aids and adaptations requiring component replacement, works within communal areas of low rise flat blocks, major capital works within void properties, asbestos removal associated with the programme.

It will also include an external programme of works to include roofing, chimney and roofline works, repairs to the external envelope of the property including treatment to masonry, insulation work including loft and cavity wall insulation, insulation involving external cladding to solid walls, aids and adaptations including ramps and other access improvements, environmental work including fencing, paths, and driveways.

The time limit for receipt of requests for documents or for accessing document is 5 October at 4pm.

The PQQ is available for download via www.nepoportal.org. Access the Supplier area, select Durham and input QTLE-8XWJPL.

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