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Peabody seeks £90m Clapham Junction housebuilder

Peabody is seeking a contractor for the design and build of 527 residential properties at its St John’s Hill Estate in Clapham Junction, London.

The homes will be split into medium-rise blocks for social rent, shared ownership and market sale.

Also included will be a community centre and retail units across three phases.

Work will also include soft and hard landscaping, mechanical and electrical services, onsite and offsite infrastructure, and Section 278 works.

The scheme, which has full planning permissions, will see existing buildings for the first phase onsite demolished and backfilled to form the piling mat prior to contract award.

The overarching agreement will see the contract divided into three phases, with the client retaining the option to not proceed with the second or third phases in certain circumstances.

Each of the three phases is worth an estimated £25m to £30m.

Bidders must have an annual turnover of £90m.

Interested parties must request a username and password by emailing their full contact details to with “St Johns Hill Regeneration PQQ” in the subject line.

The PQQ document can then be downloaded from the web portal.

Requests to participate must be received by 12 noon on 11 March 2013.

The project is set to start in July, with a completion date of December 2022.

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