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EOI - Waterloo Renewal Project - LAHC 2022/253

RFT ID LAHC 2022/253
RFT Type Open Tenders
Published 8-Jul-2022
Closes 26-Aug-2022 4:00pm
Covered Procurement Yes
Category (based on UNSPSC)
93142000 - Urban development
Agency Land and Housing Corporation


Contact Person
Ann Massey
Phone: 0436 695 234
waterloo@facs.nsw.gov.au

Tender Details

The New South Wales Land and Housing Corporation is calling for expressions of interest from interested parties, who must include a developer and a registered Tier 1 Community Housing Provider, for the Waterloo Renewal Project.

LAHC is seeking a Renewal Partner to create a vision for and deliver a new ‘urban village’ within the City of Sydney, providing diverse housing choice across the social, affordable and market housing continuum; high quality amenity such as retailing, public open space and community infrastructure curated for the benefit of social housing residents and the community; and initiatives to transition to mixed and more sustainable local communities.

LAHC is also seeking excellence in the long-term management of social housing residents and assets, including the provision of wrap around services to residents that improves their social and economic wellbeing. In addition, LAHC is focused on ensuring that the needs and ambitions of the Waterloo Aboriginal community are specifically addressed and advanced through the Waterloo Renewal Project.

Location

NSW Regions: South East Sydney

RFT Type

Open Tenders - An invitation to tender by public advertisement with no restriction placed on who may tender. Tenderers will normally be required to demonstrate in their tender that they have the necessary skills, resources, experience, financial capacity, and in some cases licences, accreditations, etc., to fulfil the tender requirements.

Additional Details / Instructions

How to request access to the EOI documents

 LAHC will be utilising a data room for the ongoing management of the EOI documentation for this Invitation for Expressions of Interest. 

To be able to access the documents through the data room LAHC requires your organisation to complete the following: 

• a Confidentiality Agreement (file: Confidentiality deed poll attached); and

• information on individuals requiring access to the data room (file: Requested Authorised Persons List attached).

Please complete the attached documents and return to waterloo@facs.nsw.gov.au by email for access to the EOI documents through the data room.

Legal requirements for NSW Government agencies arising from international procurement agreements

• This is a covered construction procurement as mandated by the Enforceable Provisions Procurement Direction under the Public Works and Procurement Act 1912, and

• These provisions came into effect in New South Wales on 29 November 2019.  

Address for Lodgement

How to lodge an EOI response: Click LODGE A RESPONSE at the bottom of the page and follow the instructions to attach your files for lodgement. It is the responsibility of Respondents to ensure that sufficient time is allowed for the lodgement of responses, as electronic receipt of lodgement is not issued until all the documents are fully uploaded. It is recommended that you attempt to lodge your response at least 24 hours prior to closing time so that if you experience difficulties the contact officer nominated may be able to assist in resolving any problems. You can attach up to 5 individual files on each lodgement. There is no restriction on the number of times you lodge a response in order to submit all of your files but you should identify each file (e.g. file_1_of 6, file_2_of 6 etc) Accepted File Formats: Word (.doc), Excel (.xls), Adobe Acrobat (.pdf) and JPEG (.jpg)

Covered Procurement Details

  • The Procurement (Enforceable Procurement Provisions) Direction 2019 applies to this procurement
  • A government agency may conduct negotiations with suppliers regarding the procurement

Conditions for Participation

This invitation for Expressions of Interest is inviting interested parties, who must include a developer and a registered Tier 1 Community Housing Provider.

For the avoidance of doubt, a consortium may also include non-CHP members such as builders or investors.


Multi Agency Access

No