Up­date on Flo­ren­tine cen­tre

Bray People - - NEWS -

PLANS to ap­point a con­trac­tor to the Flo­ren­tine build will pro­ceed when lawyers come back to the District Man­ager with doc­u­ments.

District Man­ager Des O’Brien told mem­bers last Tues­day that he is still wait­ing for doc­u­ments from the lawyers.

The di­a­logue stage is com­plete and he had hoped to re­ceive pa­pers last week but had not.

Mr O’Brien said that the se­lec­tion process in­cluded a pre- qual­i­fi­ca­tion stage in­clud­ing ev­i­dence on abil­ity to get fi­nance, se­cure ten­ants and man­age the cen­tre after­wards.

A short­list was then pre­pared and the com­pet­i­tive di­a­logue stage be­gan, which in­cluded es­tab­lish­ing the terms of the con­tract.

Points were al­lo­cated to po­ten­tial con­trac­tors based on a num­ber of fac­tors, in­clud­ing cost, how fast they will com­plete the project, fin­ish, drainage, plans for prospec­tive ten­ants and mar­ket­ing and man­age­ment of the site.

The view of the pro­posed Flo­ren­tine Cen­tre from Bray’s Main Street.

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