Business Plan Development for London Councils
Construction and Real Estate, Printing and Publishing
Location of contract
Value of contract
22 November 2016
02 December 2016
Contract start date
12 December 2016
Contract end date
30 June 2017
London Councils represents London’s 32 boroughs and the City of London. We are a cross-party organisation that works on behalf of all of our member authorities regardless of political persuasion.
London Councils makes the case to government, the Mayor and others to get the best deal for Londoners and to ensure that our member authorities have the resources, freedoms and powers to do the best possible job for their residents and local businesses.
London Councils runs a number of direct services for member authorities including the Freedom Pass, Taxicard and Health Emergency Badge. It also runs an independent parking appeals service and a pan-London grants programme for voluntary organisations.
London Councils acts as a catalyst for effective sharing among boroughs – be that ideas, good practice, people, resources, or policies and new approaches.
London Councils’ members face a significant challenge in meeting the demand for housing from Londoners. Demand for homes increases by around 50,000 each year, yet delivery of new homes has been an average of 22,000 per annum. London Councils wishes to help its members increase their home building capacity to meet that challenge while enhancing the quality of life in our many communities.
To this end and amongst a range of initiatives, London Councils is now seeking tenders to develop a business case and prospectus for a Collaborative Delivery Vehicle (CDV) for housing that is available for use on a voluntary basis by all London boroughs and the City of London Corporation.
Further information on the research objectives as well outputs required are provided in the Invitation To Tender document accompanying this notice and hosted on our website at http://www.londoncouncils.gov.uk/node/30741/. Here you will also find accompanying FOI and Equal Opportunities documentation that is to be submitted as part of your bid. Please note that answers to any queries about this tender will be published only on the above website page.
About the buyer
59½ Southwark Street
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How to apply
Please apply directly to the buyer using the contact details provided.