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Design Consultant - Command of the Heights - Chatham

  Chatham United Kingdom — Medway Council
Published September 22, 2015 — Deadline October 22, 2015 (2 years ago)
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Medway Council in partnership with the Fort Amherst Heritage Trust and other local and regional partners are working together to deliver a vision for the future of the Great Lines Heritage Park - a network of spaces connecting Chatham, Brompton, Gillingham, and the historic Dockyard.


The ‘Command of the Heights’ project has secured a


successful funding application to the Heritage Lottery Fund [HLF] in February 2015.


The project aims to:


• Remove a building (Riverside One) which obscures the southern end of the Barrier


Ditch of the Chatham historic defences at Gun Wharf, in order to restore the ‘lost’


nineteenth century section of the Chatham Lines;


• Improve the Riverside area of the public realm as a key gateway to Chatham Town


and Historic Dockyard;


• Improve the visitor entry route to Fort Amherst via the Barrier Road Ditch and through


this to enable appreciation of the vast scale and purpose of the fortifications in their


entirety;


• Repair, enhance and re-open Spur Battery and its environs in conjunction with


providing a performance venue.


Medway Council in partnership with Fort Amherst now wish to procure consultancy design services for RIBA Plan of Work Stages to


completion







 

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Fact Sheet

Buyer
Medway Council
Title
Design Consultant - Command of the Heights - Chatham
Category/Categories
15000000 - Consultancy
Additional Categorisation(s)
None
Summary
Medway Council in partnership with the Fort Amherst Heritage Trust and other local and regional partners are working together to deliver a vision for the future of the Great Lines Heritage Park - a network of spaces connecting Chatham, Brompton, Gillingham, and the historic Dockyard. The ‘Command of the Heights’ project has secured a successful funding application to the Heritage Lottery Fund [HLF] in February 2015. The project aims to: • Remove a building (Riverside One) which obscures the southern end of the Barrier Ditch of the Chatham historic defences at Gun Wharf, in order to restore the ‘lost’ nineteenth century section of the Chatham Lines; • Improve the Riverside area of the public realm as a key gateway to Chatham Town and Historic Dockyard; • Improve the visitor entry route to Fort Amherst via the Barrier Road Ditch and through this to enable appreciation of the vast scale and purpose of the fortifications in their entirety; • Repair, enhance and re-open Spur Battery and its environs in conjunction with providing a performance venue. Medway Council in partnership with Fort Amherst now wish to procure consultancy design services for RIBA Plan of Work Stages to completion  
Contact
Mrs Janet Elliott
Email Address
janet.elliott@medway.gov.uk
Telephone
01634 331023
Address
Medway CouncilGun Wharf, Dock RoadChathamKentME4 4TRUnited Kingdom
Estimated contract start date
14/12/2015
Estimated contract end date
13/12/2018
Expression of interest start date
22/09/2015 11:00
Expression of interest end date
22/10/2015 12:00 The expression of interest window is currently closed.
Contract Period
36 (months)
Anticipated Extension Period
0 (months)
Number of Anticipated Extensions
0

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