Project Information
Project description:

Design, build and operate a waste facility, Milton Keynes Waste Recovery Park, to deal with household “black sack” waste (the rubbish that’s left over after recycling) and also treat some commercial waste.

The solution is expected to comprise of mechanical sorting, recycling, energy recovery and advanced thermal treatment. The facility is intended to be located at the Council owned site at Dickens Road, Old Wolverton, Milton Keynes.

The facility is expected to be fully operational from April 2016.

Related headlines:
27/06/2013 - Milton Keynes waste signs
30/10/2012 - Winner for Milton Keynes waste
01/02/2012 - Milton Keynes cuts waste shortlist
15/09/2011 - Four line up on Milton Keynes waste
27/06/2011 - Milton Keynes launches waste plan
11/03/2011 - Milton Keynes mulls PPP waste plan

Type: PPP
Sector: Waste & water
Government deptartment: UK - Department for Environment Food & Rural Affairs
Region: UK - - South East
Current status: Project Signed - 27/06/2013
Contract Terms
Duration: 15 years
Capital value: 100.00m
Public Sector Procuror Details
Authority/Commssioning body: Council of the Borough of Milton Keynes
Public sector contact: Andrew Potter, Contracts and Procurement team
Tel: +44 (0) 190 869 1691
Keely Ginn, E-Procurement Coordinator
Tel: +44 (0)1908 254 817
Public sector advisors: Sharpe Pritchard - Legal Advisors
Private Sector Details
Consortium name: Amey Cespa
Private sector shareholders: AmeyCespa - Shareholders
Private sector advisors: Allen & Overy - Legal Advisors
Mott MacDonald - Technical Advisors
Willis - Insurance Advisors
Private sector debt-providers: HSBC - Debt Providers
Lloyds Banking Group - Debt Providers
Natixis - Debt Providers
Private Sector Shortlist
Consortium name: FCC /WRG
Private sector shareholders: FCC Construction SA - Shareholders
Waste Recycling Group - Shareholders

This page was last updated on:
27 June 2013.


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