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Mammoth Stratford job up for grabs

The London Borough of Newham, London Thames Gateway Development Corporation and Birkbeck College are looking for contractors to take on the Stratford Island regeneration project – worth up to £1 billion.

The mammoth project is split into two lots and bidders can put in offers for one or both.

Lot one will involve the extension of the town centre in the area opposite to Stratford regional station and bus depot. The work will include the construction of shops, schools and homes and is worth up to £1 billion. The contract will last eight years.

Lot two is valued at £40 million and includes building an educational/mixed-use facility on the Salway Road site. Work is expected to last three years.

A maximum of five bidders will be invited to tender for the project. Firms have until 7 July to express an interest.