Project Information
Project name: UK: London strategic estates partnership (SEP)
Project description:

South West London and St George’s Mental Health NHS Trust has revealed its shortlist for its £160m strategic estates partnership (SEP) contract. 

Three teams remain in the running, after Macquarie and Kier; Notting Hill Housing Trust with Mace; and STEP (Kajima Partnerships and Sir Robert McAlpine) were selected to move forward to the next phase.

The announcement means that Lendlease; Skanska & Barratt Developments; and the Vinci, Telereal Trillium & One Housing Group team have all been dropped from the process, after making the longlist that was published in September last year.  

The following six teams had passed the first stage of the procurement process:

  • Lendlease Europe
  • Macquarie & Kier Construction
  • Notting Hill Housing Trust & Mace
  • Skanska & Barratt Developments
  • STEP – a consortium comprising Kajima Partnerships & Sir Robert McAlpine Capital Ventures
  • Vinci, Telereal Trillium & One Housing Group

Under the plans, a winning team will be chosen this summer, and will be tasked with delivering two new hospitals at both the Springfield and Tolworth sites.

Related Headlines: 

8 February 2017 - Three remain for London trust SEP 

13 September 2016 - London trust reveals SEP longlist 

26 May 2016 - London trust launches £160m hospitals SEP

Type: PPP
Sector: Health
Region: UK
Current status: Shortlist - 13/09/2016
Contract Terms
Capital value: £160.00m
Public Sector Procuror Details
Authority/Commssioning body: South West London and Saint George's Mental Health NHS Trust
Public sector contact: Contact person: Emma Lampard
Telephone: +44 2035135992
Fax: +44 2035135831

South West London and Saint George's Mental Health NHS Trust
Springfield University Hospital, 61 Glenburnie Road, Tooting
SW17 7DJ
United Kingdom
Private Sector Shortlist
Consortium name: Macquarie & Kier Construction
Private sector shareholders: Macquarie - Shareholders
Kier Group - Shareholders
Consortium name: Notting Hill Housing Trust & Mace
Private sector shareholders: Mace - Shareholders
Notting Hill Housing - Shareholders
Consortium name: STEP
Private sector shareholders: Kajima - Shareholders
Sir Robert McAlpine Ltd - Shareholders

This page was last updated on:
8 February 2017.


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