Clarion seeks contractors for £1.8bn maintenance and refurbishment work


One of the UK’s largest housing associations, Clarion Housing Group, has called up housing maintenance contractors to bid for three separate contracts that could run for 20 years

Clarion’s planned investment and regeneration major works contract is worth more than £1.76bn over 20 years, and includes the maintenance and refurbishment of more than 65,000 properties that it owns.

Three contractors are required for the maintenance and regeneration works in; East Anglia and the West Midlands; North London and South and South London.

The 20-year long contracts will incorporate a “no fault break clause” exercisable on notice after the first three years.

Clarion will review the contract at least once every five years to decide whether or not to exercise the break clause.

The 65,000 properties are a mix of type from houses and bungalows to flats.

Lot 1 is worth £546m and covers the East region, defined as East Anglia, Birmingham and Coventry. This lot comprises approximately 17,800 properties.

Lot 2 is for north London and consists of nearly 20,000 properties. This lot is valued at £615m over the 20-year term.

Lot 3 is for south London and the south, including south London boroughs, Southern Home Counties, Kent and Dorset. This lot has nearly 30,000 properties and is valued at £600m.

Procurement supervisors aim to invite shortlisted firms to submit tenders at the end of October.

Prior to this, Clarion is holding a bidders day on 13 September. Firms interested in attending are invited to email Clarion with their contact details.


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