Pembrokeshire Housing Association is seeking architects for a major new framework
Between three and five teams will be selected for the agreement, which is expected to be worth up to £175,000 in fees over the next three years.
The winning practices will be expected to deliver feasibility studies, concept designs and detailed drawings for a range of new housing projects across the south-west Wales county. The framework may supply both the housing association and its subsidiary Mill Bay Homes, which was set up in 2012 to deliver entry-level market housing.
Pembrokeshire Housing Group’s brief says that it ‘is looking to appoint a framework of three to five architectural consultants to carry out architectural services on behalf of Pembrokeshire Housing Association. This framework will also be accessible by Mill Bay Homes if required.’
Pembrokeshire is home to around 122,400 people and hosts the UK’s only coastal national park.
Haverfordwest-based Pembrokeshire Housing was set up in 1981 as not-for-profit residential provider, and today manages around 2,600 homes across Wales – including family, sheltered and extra care housing.
Schemes currenty under development by the housing association include 26 units at Keephill Close and Rocky Park in Pembroke (pictured), three new homes at Queens Street in Pembroke Dock and 15 homes at Old School Court in Pennar.
The deadline for applications is midday, 9 October.
How to apply
View the contract notice for more information
Pembrokeshire Housing Association
St. Thomas’ Green
Tel: +44 1437763688