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Bradford list cut to three


A TRIO of rivals has been shortlisted for a massive £400 million schools project in Bradford.

Amey, Interserve and Mowlem will contest the deal from Bradford City Council, while a Babcock & Brown consortium, Carillion and Kajima failed to make the grade.

The three shortlisted contractors have until May to return their tenders in the hope of winning an 80 per cent share of the Local Education Partnership, which will be responsible for revamping or replacing every secondary school in the city.

The project, part of the Government's Building Schools for the Future programme, is set to reach financial close at the beginning of 2006.