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Call for merchants to pitch for supply contracts

Builders merchants are being invited to pitch for four-year supply contracts by Re:allies, a strategic collaboration of housing consortia.
Re:allies represents Efficiency North (with St Leger Homes of Doncaster as the lead Contracting Authority), GM Procure in association with Lancashire Housing Partnership and Cumbria Housing Partners, Neprocurement, and other consortia, meeting the needs of their various clients, who are located across the whole of the UK.

The initiative covers electrics, windows and doors, kitchens, heating, bathrooms, roofing and other external works, and materials will be required for installation works in various locations across the north of England. Re:allies is keen to work with pro-active businesses that are willing to work as true partners, and stresses that companies of all sizes are encouraged to apply. Jointly the members of Re:allies are responsible for the repair and upkeep of more than 800,000 properties.

Closing date for the submission of the PQQ is mid-day on Thursday January 14 2010. Late submissions will not be marked, and Re-allies suggests suppliers work to an internal deadline of 5pm on Monday January 11.

All documents are available to view under the Re:allies Materials Framework The pre-qualification questionnaire for the Re:allies Materials Framework is now also available online for interested suppliers to register: go to http://tendermanagement.gmprocure.com/register/index/e20a5da94b and follow the instructions in the document headed Tender Management User Guide.

Questions regarding the questionnaire should be directed to Patricia Conway at Valueworks on 01942 826 788 or email re_alliesmaterials@valueworks.co.uk.

About Fiona Russell-Horne

Fiona Russell-Horne
Group Managing Editor across the BMJ portfolio.

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