|Project name:||DERBYSHIRE EXTRA CARE HOUSING|
Design, build, operation and maintenance of accommodation that will include mixed tenure extra care units. In addition, a number of extra care schemes will include preventative services such as health and wellbeing zones, specialist day care facilities, short term accommodation and support for respite or intermediate care, some long term residential provision including specialist long term dementia provision.
The scheme is divided into 2 lots, however bidders may wish to apply for both lots together (referred as lot 3). Each lot would provide approx. 400 units of accommodation (one and two bedroom), including a mix of secure affordable tenure: rented, shared ownership and outright sales.
The Council is looking to award a contract commencing March 2013. The contract length is for an initial period of 25 years with an option to extend for a further 25 years.
Time limit for requests to participate is on 30 May 2012 and the invitations to tender will be dispatch by 24 June.
|Sector:||Housing & regeneration|
|Region:||UK - - East Midlands|
|Current status:||Advertised - 01/05/2012|
|Public Sector Procuror Details|
|Public sector contact:||Kate Adlington
Tel: +44 (0)16 2953 1309
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