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Supplier Information

Thank you for your interest in the North London Heat and Power Project (NLHPP). This page contains information relevant for potential suppliers.

The latest edition of the Supplier Guide can be downloaded here. This serves as an introduction to North London Waste Authority (NLWA), the project and the work packages.

If you are interested in subcontracting opportunities, you can email us with your company's details and we will pass them on to main contractors at a later date.

Market Information Days

18 June 2019

On 18 June, NLWA is holding a market information day to invite views from the supplier market on the proposed procurement strategy for the Resource Recovery Facility, including a reuse and recycling centre, and EcoPark House. The event will also cover related utilities works, demolition and clearance works, and other associated works.

The works are part of the critical pathway to deliver the North London Heat and Power Project and make way for the development of an energy recovery facility. Normal operation of the existing energy from waste plant at Edmonton EcoPark will continue throughout these works.

NLWA will also be keen to hear from the construction industry on ways in which this project can promote innovation, sustainability, and engagement with the local supply chain.  At this stage NLWA is primarily seeking to engage with main contractors. 

Submissions for applying to attend the day have now closed.

6 March 2018

On 6 March, NLWA held a market information day to invite views from the supplier market on the proposed procurement strategy for the preparatory works and the interfaces between the packages. The preparatory works are the earliest work packages and are needed to prepare the project site, provide new utilities and create new site access points.

The slides used in the presentation given on the day can be downloaded here.

Latest Updates

23 May 2019

A Prior Information Notice (PIN) about the proposed works was despatched to the EU Publications Office on Tuesday 21 May 2019 for publication. Please see the CPV codes of the proposed works on the PIN by clicking here. These proposed works cover construction of a Resource Recovery Facility, Reuse and Recycling Centre and EcoPark House including related utilities works, demolition and clearance works, and associated works.

15 August 2018

We are continuing discussions with the Distribution Network Operators to inform the specification of the utility bridge and corridor works package. We are now expecting to procure these works in 2019, and updates will be posted to this website.

25 June 2018

On 29 June 2018, NLWA will begin the procurement process for three works contracts. The procurement for the works to the Northern Access (Deephams Farm Road) will proceed as described previously, but the Laydown Area and Eastern Access works will be split into two work packages. These packages will be:

  • the Laydown Area (East); and
  • the Laydown Area (West) and Eastern Access.

All three contracts will be advertised on Contracts Finder. Potential contractors will be able to access the procurement documents and submit their tender responses through NLWA’s e-procurement portal.

Note that as the two packages relating to the Laydown Area will both have contract values above the relevant EU thresholds, they will also be advertised on Tenders Electronic Daily (TED), a supplement to the Official Journal of the European Union. EU regulations mean that until a notice is live on TED, a contract cannot be advertised elsewhere. NLWA will therefore submit the contract notice to TED on 29 June 2018 and, once the notice is live, publish details of the contract on Contracts Finder and the e-procurement portal. This is likely to happen early in the week commencing 2 July 2018.

This update supersedes the previous update of 31 May 2018.

31 May 2018

Suppliers are advised that NLWA intends to begin procuring two works contracts for the North NLHPP at the end of June 2018. The contracts will be for:

  • the laydown area and eastern access; and
  • the northern access.

Information on these works is available in the Supplier Guide, which is available to download above.