Notting Hill Housing is looking for an experienced consultant with a proven track record in delivering community-based research to undertake a feasibility study on the Aylesbury Estate.
This study will add to our existing knowledge and help us understand the key issues and challenges to providing non-residential space during the Aylesbury regeneration programme.
The feasibility study will include face-to-face interviews with community partners and local businesses, research into the local area, as well as an exploration into lessons learned from other regeneration initiatives, in order to maximise the community and economic benefits of the non-residential space on the Aylesbury Estate, including community and youth facilities, training and employment and commercial space.
Interested bidders are asked to submit a proposal outlining their methodology for how they plan to deliver the feasibility study, based on the brief provided. Bidders are also asked to provide a cost breakdown, details of previous relevant experience, and due diligence information on their organisation.
Specific details of what will need to be included in the proposal are outlined in the brief, attached below, under the section entitled "Budget and Tendering Arrangements".
The closing date for submissions is Monday 5 October 2015 at 9am.
For more information or to discuss the opportunity in more detail, please contact Meghan Doyle, Head of Community Investment at Notting Hill Housing at email@example.com or 07826 918347.