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Amber Valley Borough Council

Architectural Enquiry - Heanor Hub - Southeast Derbyshire College

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Amber Valley Borough Council

Publication Date
28 January 2022

12:00pm, 11 February 2022

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Dear Sirs, Amber Valley Borough Council seek enquiries from suitably qualified and experienced Architectural Consultancies with extensive historic building experience for the provision of services in the proposed redevelopment of the vacant Southeast Derbyshire College site, Mundy Street, Heanor. The site is listed. Tender Detail and Brief Amber Valley Borough Council has received a grant from the Future High Streets Fund for Heanor town centre, with further funding from the Council and partners, and with anticipated private sector investment to a minimum budget of £7.2million, to develop the former Grammar School building. - Heanor Hub - Southeast Derbyshire College This project will see the listed former Grammar School building acquired, restored and repurposed as a mixed-use development, with some work and business space as well as community facilities. The Council has received interest from partner organisations wishing to take on the long-term management of the building with the aim of making it self-sustaining through income streams. Scope of Works Amber Valley Borough Council is seeking a suitably qualified and experienced Architectural Consultants to work with their Town Centre managers and 'Property' Staff, as well as other appointed professionals to undertake the re-design and re-purposing of the Southeast Derbyshire College site, to preserve the historically important building and secure it's future with an alternate use in line with the councils brief and aspirations for the site and wider area. The contract will require attendance at client / designer briefing meetings, the production of detail budget information for preliminary design proposals, prepared for client consultation and to update these as necessary for design / information changes, including pretender stage. The council proposes to appoint a Quantity Surveyor and Structural Engineer, both practices will have demonstrated a track record in works involving historical structures. The appointed Architect will be the principal designer under the terms of CDM 2015. The Principal Designer will be the appointed Architect.