Construction leads - March 18th



MIXED USE and NON-RESIDENTIAL

Applicant: LG Pension Fund

Planning Authority:  Aberdeen

Details: External and internal alterations to a building to form 4 self-contained units including installation of bin and bike store; refurbishments of windows, installation of extract fans; construction of fence, stairs and gate with associated works

Location: 3 Bon-Accord Crescent, Aberdeen

Agent: Left City, 241 West George Street, Glasgow

Reference: 210312/LBC

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Applicant: Shell UK Retail LTD

Planning Authority:  Aberdeen

Details: Redevelopment of an existing petrol station including demolition of existing building and forecourt canopy; removal of current services; construction of standalone canopy and sales building with 7 wall mounted air conditioning units; installation of services, tanks, vents, and interceptor with associated bin store and car parking works

Location: Cocket Hat South Pfs, North Anderson Drive, Aberdeen

Agent: AMCA Architects, Castlecroft Business Centre, Tom Johnston Road, Dundee

Reference: 210296/DPP

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RESIDENTIAL – TEN UNITS OR MORE

Applicant: Albyn Court Ltd

Planning Authority: Aberdeen 

Details: Change of use from and conversion of offices (class 4) to form 19 no. residential flats (sui generis), including the removal of existing link to form separate buildings, the construction of two additional storeys to the rear building, various alterations and extension to rear, the formation of parking to the front and rear and the installation of railings to the front

Location: 31-32 Albyn Place, Aberdeen

Agent: Taylor Architecture and Building Consultants Ltd, 24 Oldmeldrum Road, Newmachar

Reference: 210311/DPP

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TENDER

Contract Authority: North Ayrshire Council

Details: NAC require a contractor to carry out reactive maintenance to aluminium door and windows within non-domestic properties, due to the high volume of repairs required. Most of the works are for property security and/or escape routes, i.e. fire doors which is an increasingly common repair that cannot be done in-house.

It is anticipated 25% of repairs will fall under priority 1, and the contractor must attend site within 2-4 hours.

The contractor will be expected to contract under a measured term contract. A draft copy of the measured term contract has been uploaded to the portal in order to give contractors an understanding of what is required and the expected volume.

Location: North Ayrshire

Contact: procurement@north-ayrshire.gov.uk

Publication Date: 17/03/2021