A social housing refurbishment framework worth up to £310m is up for grabs in Lewisham, south-east London.
The framework covers planned maintenance and renewal works to meet the Government's Decent Homes Standard. The work involves redecoration, internal and external refurbishment works, including: bathrooms, kitchens, windows, roofs, electrical rewires and heating systems, landscaping, and door entry systems.
Client is Arms Length Management Organisation Lewisham Homes, which is responsible for the management of all housing stock owned by the London Borough of Lewisham.
The framework is split into two lots, each covering a different geographical area. The contract will run for four years initially, with options to extend twice by up to three years each time (10 years maximum).
Lot 1, in the north of the Borough, largely consists of low-rise flats plus some high-rise and street properties. It is worth between £45m and £155m.
Lot 2 covers the south and centre of the Borough and has a similar mix of property types. It is also valued at between £45m and £155m.
Lewisham Homes expects to invite a minimum of six contractors to tender for the framework, and a maximum of 10.
The deadline for receipt of tenders or requests to participate is 17 March.