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Briefing ahead of King’s Quarter transformation

Contractors interested in working on the King's Quarter redevelopment will take part in an online briefing day next month.

A prior information notice by Gloucester City Council on UK tenders portal, Bidstats, said that contractors will take part in an online session ahead of tenders being invited for the £60m second phase of the city centre redevelopment.

Developer Reef Group and Gloucester City Council, working together as co-operative endeavour RG17, plan to hold the Microsoft Teams briefings between 11th and 20th January 2021.

Proposals for the regeneration project include a new car park, homes, a hotel and 40,000 sq ft of new office space in the heart of the city.

Phase two works will involve the construction of two buildings linked by a pedestrian bridge, consisting of an office building with gym and a building including affordable offices and retail, a multi-storey car park and a hotel. The works will also include improvements to the highway and public spaces in the area.

The council hopes to appoint a contractor for the main build to start in August on the 32-month contract, which will complete in March 2024.

Firms should advise RG17 of their interest in the contract using the contact details Andrew.mcgeady@cubellp.com 

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