By Webteam - 25th January 2020 6:09am
Audlem Parish Council's Turnpike Field Working Group
is seeking tenders from individuals/companies to undertake the preparation of final design drawings of the proposed new Green Car Park, access road and a suitable safe 24hour entrance that will freely allow the passage of cars only. Vehicles other than cars will have to book an access time via the parish Clerk or via a member of the Turnpike Field Working Group.
The appointed person(s) will have to be conversant with and used to working with AutoCAD as existing and future drawings and designs will have to be presented using this software.
The bulk of the design will require a comprehensive knowledge of ground works, local and national highways requirements and local authority planning requirements. In addition to providing the designs both for issuing to potential contractors and for the submissions to the local authority planners, it is anticipated that successful candidate(s) will be working closely with members of the Turnpike Field Working Group in preparing and being responsible for the submission to Cheshire East Planners.
If interested please contact in the first instance, Audlem's Parish Clerk on firstname.lastname@example.org or 07432 332 857. On receipt, arrangements will be made to forward, via email, a set of the present designs and documentation to enable you to make an assessment and cost of the work needed to complete the designs in readiness for submission to Cheshire East Planners.
Closing Date for expression of interest Friday 14th February 2020
Closing Date for tenders Thursday 5th March 2020
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