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Bidding opens for £15M infrastructure contract

Aerial view Brent Cross

Developers are seeking bids for a £15M contract covering infrastructure for a £1.4bn redevelopment project in Brent Cross, London.

The Phase 1A contract covers highways, roads, bridges and utilities infrastructure for the £1.4bn Brent Cross Shopping Centre redevelopment, which will double its size to around 185,806m².

A minimum of three firms will be invited to compete for the 18 month contract. Bidding is open until 12 June. Owners Hammerson and Standard Life Investments submitted planning permission for the scheme on 19 May and if granted, work could start in summer 2018.

Designed by architects Callison RTKL and Chapman Taylor, the redevelopment involves a new town square and enlargement of a bus station.

The scheme makes up the northern section of a wider £4.5bn regeneration plan for Brent Cross and Cricklewood, which received planning permission in 2010. This could create up to 5,000 construction jobs.

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