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GB-London: District heating.

Section I: Contracting Authority
Title: GB-London: District heating.
I.1)Name, Addresses and Contact Point(s):
London Borough of Haringey
Floor 5, River Park House, 225, High Road, Wood Green, London, N22 8HQ, United Kingdom
Tel. +44 208 489 5624, Email: lewis.stevens@haringey.gov.uk, URL: www.haringey.gov.uk
Contact: Lewis Stevens, Attn: Lewis Stevens

Further information can be obtained at: As Above
I.2)Type of the contracting authority and main activity or activities:
Regional or local authority
Environment
The contracting authority is purchasing on behalf of other contracting authorities: No

Section II.B: Object Of The Contract (Supplies Or Services)
II.Supplies.1
II.1)Title attributed to the contract by the contracting authority: Broadwater Farm District Heating Scheme Energy Services
II.2)Type of contract and place of delivery or of performance
Region Codes: UKI2 - Outer London

II.3)Short description of nature and quantity or value of supplies or services:
District heating. Pipeline, piping, pipes, casing, tubing and related items. Other sources of energy supplies and distribution. Heat-exchange units, air-conditioning and refrigerating equipment, and filtering machinery. Heating plant construction work. Repair and maintenance of plant. Hot-water boilers. Pumps. Haringey Council is currently investigating a district heating combined heat and power scheme on the Broadwater Farm Estate through the London Development Agency DEMaP programme. This Notice is a request for interest from potential commercial partners in the delivery of the scheme. The following buildings will be supplied from the Broadwater Farm DH scheme: The Kenley and Northolt Towers each containing over 100 dwellings; 11 low and medium rise blocks (over 800 dwellings in total); The Integrated Learning Centre (new primary and special needs school with 500 pupils) planned for 2011; The Broadwater Farm nursery; A sheltered housing block and elderly peoples home; The local community centre; and the estate medical centre. This notice requests responses from potential commercial partners who could deliver the scheme either alone or in partnership with the Council. Responses are specifically requested to a number of concise questions which are available by contacting lewis.stevens@haringey.gov.uk. Responses to questions should be received by March 31st 2011. It should be noted that Haringey Council reserve the right to withdraw this PIN at any time.
Range between: 1000000 and 10000000
Currency: GBP
Division into lots: No

II.4)Common Procurement Vocabulary:
09323000 - District heating.
44160000 - Pipeline, piping, pipes, casing, tubing and related items.
65400000 - Other sources of energy supplies and distribution.
42510000 - Heat-exchange units, air-conditioning and refrigerating equipment, and filtering machinery.
45251200 - Heating plant construction work.
45259000 - Repair and maintenance of plant.
42161000 - Hot-water boilers.
42122000 - Pumps.
II.5)Scheduled date for start of award procedures:
II.6)Contract covered by the Government Procurement Agreement: Not Provided
II.7)Additional Information:
In order to make sure that the project is robust in the current economic climate Haringey Council will hold an early market engagement meeting on the 25th of February. In particular, the meeting will gain comments and feedback from potential suppliers. For details please contact lewis.stevens@haringey.gov.uk. The district heating network will be supplied from a gas engine CHP located in an existing boiler house in the centre of the estate. Heat will be transferred to each residential block via buried pre-insulated pipes, with an internal network in each block taking heat to an interface unit in each dwelling. Non-residential blocks will be connected to the network via a heat exchange substation. All customer connections are to be metered, with automated meter reading connected to the central system. Haringey Council are open to a range of commercial structures, provided that the price of heat to residents is the same or lower than is currently paid. With the exception of the 200 dwellings already supplied from district heating, all residents pay market rates for their gas. A secondary driver is the carbon content of heat supplied to residents, although no specific targets have been set, the CO2 emissions from the estate must be considerably lower than at present. Annual usage profiles have been developed for each building based upon metered energy consumption data. The peak demand for the new network is in excess of 10MWth with an annual heat demand of at least 10 GWh. An indicative district heating infrastructure arrangement, showing the location of the energy centre, the buildings to be supplied and district heating network is available by contacting lewis.stevens@haringey.gov.uk.

Section III: Legal, Economic, Financial And Technical Information
III.1)Conditions relating to the contract
III.1.1)Main financing conditions and payment arrangements and/or reference to the relevant provisions regulating them:
Not Provided
III.2)Conditions For Participation
III.2.1)Reserved contracts: No

Section VI: Complementary Information
VI.1)Contract Related To A Project And/Or Programme Financed By Community Funds: No
VI.2)Additional Information:
GO-2011217-PRO-2189028 TKR-2011217-PRO-2189027
VI.3)Information On General Regulatory Framework
Relevant governmental Internet sites where information can be found:
Not Provided

VI.4)Date Of Dispatch Of This Notice: 17/02/2011

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