According to Infrastructure Journal, the Durham BSF Wave 3 shortlist of consortia bidding for the BSF business is now down to one, Inspired Spaces.
No public comment/press release has been forthcoming from the LA yet.
A bit more news on http://www.cnplus.co.uk/News/2008/05..._bsf_deal.html
It seems that the rival bidders NYOP & Spirel pulled out.
According to CNPlus.co.uk, Carillion are quoted as saying
" that it will target Cambridgeshire County Council's £150 million Fenland schools scheme, the first tranche of the council's £500 million BSF programme, which is due to be advertised in early July.
The firm is also understood to be tracking the £1 billion Essex schools BSF deal and Somerset Council's £450 million programme."
Last edited by broc; 8th May 2008 at 04:22 PM.
Ohh dear what could have possibly happened?
not profitable enough?
or is the money running out for this wave?
is there another vested interest which has put the others off?
answers on a post card please to:
where have all the good guys gone
never never land
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