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Tender Opportunity – Little Trees Cemetery Construction – Crawley Borough Council

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Contract summary

Location of contract
RH10 1UZ

Value of contract (£)
£500,000 – £700,000

Closing date
22 April 2016

Contract start date
20 June 2016

Contract end date
30 July 2018

Description

Crawley Borough Council is seeking to construct a new cemetery at a site called Little Trees, located near Tollgate Hill and Pease Pottage, West Sussex. Tenders are invited from contractors to carry out the construction of new infrastructure comprising of new roads, footpaths, some earthworks, drainage, new fencing, new street lighting and landscaping. The site is a greenfield site and the work includes constructing a new connection to an existing roundabout on the A264 and providing water, power and comms to the site to facilitate a building to be constructed at a later date (the building is outside the scope of this tender and will be undertaken by others).

About the buyer

Contact name
Crawley Borough Council

Address
The Boulevard
Crawley
West Sussex
RH10 1UZ
United Kingdom

Telephone
01293 438000

Email
procurement@horsham.gov.uk

Other information

Attachments
Additional information on how to apply for this contract

https://in-tendhost.co.uk/sesharedservices/aspx/The documentation for this tender can be accessed electronically using the SE Shared Services Procurement eSourcing portal, in order to access the documents you will need to register your company on the SE Shared Services Portal which can be found via the following link. All tenders are to be submitted in paper form as per the instructions to tenderers. http://www.sesharedservices.org.uk/esourcing Is a Recurrent Procurement Type? : No

How to apply

Please apply directly to the buyer using the contact details provided

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