|Project name:||SLOUGH LABV|
Development of a number of key sites in Slough by the local asset-backed vehicle (LABV), a form of joint venture in which the council and the private partner will each invest in and hold a 50% interest in the delivery vehicle.
The first phase of development includes a 4,480 sq m new build library and community facility (‘The Curve’). Other community developments will include a new build Castleview secondary school and a new build leisure centre with ice rink.
The first tranche of residential developments will provide 525 new homes, ranging from two to four bedrooms, across five sites.
|Sector:||Housing & regeneration|
|Region:||UK - - South East|
|Current status:||Preferred Bidder - 20/09/2012|
|Public Sector Procuror Details|
|Authority/Commssioning body:||Slough Council|
|Public sector contact:||John Rice
Telephone: +44 1753 875 239
|Public sector advisors:||Bevan Brittan - Legal Advisors
|Private Sector Details|
|Consortium name:||Morgan Sindall Group|
|Private sector shareholders:||Morgan Sindall Investments - Shareholders
|Private sector sub-contractors:||Morgan Sindall - Subcontractor - Construction
Lovell Partnerships - Subcontractor - Construction
|Private sector advisors:||Pinsent Masons - Legal Advisors
Drivers Jonas - Technical Advisors
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