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Contractor wanted for £55m London housing project

Ealing council is looking for a contractor to deliver major improvement works worth up to £55m to a housing estate in Hanwell.

The project is to carry out major improvement works to the existing Copley Estate in Hanwell, London, over a five-year phased period.

Work will include new build of around 202 affordable rent flats and houses for private sale.

It will also involve internal refurbishment of around 350 flats and maisonettes and external refurbishment of around 450 properties, in addition to extensive public realm improvements.  

The contract is divided into two lots. Lot 1 covers major works and lot 2 is for sales and marketing services following the completion of construction work.

In total the work is estimated to be worth between £45m and £55m.

The time limit for the receipt of requests to participate is 28 June 2013, after which it is envisaged that six operators will be invited to tender.

Requests to participate should be sent to Ealing council. Selected candidates will be informed by 23 September 2013.

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