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News » UK » Chinese developer fails again to reach One Nine Elms deal » published 11 Nov 2016

Chinese developer fails again to reach One Nine Elms deal

Balfour Beatty has walked away from the opportunity to build the £1bn One Nine Elms development in south London after failing to agree terms with the Chinese client.

CGI of the One Nine Elms towers Above: CGI of the One Nine Elms towers

It is the second contractor to be appointed to the scheme only to then drop out.

Balfour Beatty signed a preconstruction services agreement in July with Chinese developer Wanda One to build One Nine Elms, a £1bn development in the Vauxhall area of London.

Wanda One had previously lined up CI-One Construction, a joint venture of Interserve and China State Construction Engineering Corporation, to build the two residential-led towers but detailed negotiations over a proposed £550m main works contract broke down after several months of work and the contract was retendered.

A Balfour Beatty spokeswoman said: “We can confirm that Balfour Beatty’s preconstruction services agreement with Wanda One (UK) Ltd for the main contract for the One Nine Elms development comes to a close on 18th November. Wanda One (UK) Ltd and Balfour Beatty will not be proceeding to a full contract award for the development.”

Multiplex is believed to be the next contractor lining up to have a go at striking a deal on programme and price.




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This article was published on 11 Nov 2016 (last updated on 11 Nov 2016).

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