Primrose Lodge Blue and Greenway Project – Contract Opportunity PLBGC01
Contract Opportunity Closed
25/04/2019 – Additional Customer Response relating to submission queries and Fish Pass details available here
16/04/2019 – Additional Customer Response available here – Additional Topographical Data, as well as new General Arrangement Drawing, Invitation to Tender, Engineering Short Contract v2 and Procurement Timetable issued
15/04/2019 – Additional Customer Response – Additional Topographical Data requested has resulted in a design review, this has been completed and a revised design will be issued by 17:00 16/04/2019
12/04/2019 – Initial Customer Response to Tender Queries here – additional response due 15/04/2019
05/04/2019 – Updated Invitation to Tender and Procurement Timetable documents uploaded (17:25)
05/04/2019 – Customer Response Deadline and Tender Submission Deadline extended. The Customer Response Deadline has been extended due to a technical problem with this website, and further info being sought for one of the queries submitted, The new Deadline is the 12th of April 2019 at 17:00. As a result the Tender Submission Deadline has been extended to the 26th of April 2019 at 17:00. Tender Documents will be update to reflect these dates shortly.
25/03/2019 – Tender Query Deadline Extended – to 17:00 1st April 2019 – PLFP01 – Invitation to Tender & PLFP17 – Procurement Timetables have been updated to reflect, and includes updated Client Response Date.
Updated Invitation to Tender uploaded (ITT timescales corrected)
Primrose Lodge Blue and Greenway project seeks to deliver improvement works to support the improvement in the ecological function and conservation status of Clitheroe’s principle watercourse, Mearley Brook, as well as to increase its accessibility to the public, such that there are increases in the quantity and type of ecosystem service provision and public access to green space, leading to increased value in Mearley Brook, which has the potential to become a significant Natural Capital asset. The project is part funded by the European Structural Infrastructure Fund. Although this project is below the thresholds for a full procurement procedure under the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 – RRT is still under and obligation to ensure compliance with EU principles of transparency, equality and non-discrimination, as such RRT is conducting a formal open tender process in which all bidders will be treated equally, with no discrimination and through a transparent process.
This contract opportunity specifically relates to the construction of a Fish Pass.
Set out below are the Tender Documents: