Opportunity for suppliers

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

More information about supplier opportunities on the NLHPP is available below.

Watch our latest Market Information Webinar for the Minor Civils Framework below. More information is available under the 'Market Information Events' section of this page. 

The project is divided into four implementation steps:

  • The Preparatory Works, which include:
    • A laydown area to the east of the Edmonton EcoPark
    • A new eastern access for the EcoPark
    • The diversion of a sewer beneath the EcoPark
  • The Building Works, which include:
    • A Resource Recovery Facility, which is where bulky waste will be separated for recycling, and will also be the location of a recycling centre
    • EcoPark House, which will contain office accommodation and a visitors’ centre where people can find out more about recycling, waste, heat, and power
  • The ERF Works, which include the construction and commissioning of the Energy Recovery Facility
  • The Post-ERF Works, which include the decommissioning and demolition of the existing Energy from Waste Facility

NLWA’s internal project team was responsible for preparing and promoting the Development Consent Order. This means we have strong knowledge and continuity which will make us a clear and consistent client as the project moves into construction. Our knowledge also covers consultation and working with a range of interested organisations.

NLWA has appointed Arup to support the design, procurement, construction and operational transition activities as programme management advisers. In addition, we are supported by a range of expert advisers as shown in the graphic to the right.

For contractors this gives confidence that the client will take decisions based on well-informed views, but with a clear line of accountability.

Contract Register

To view the current version of the NLHPP contracts register, go to NLWAs Transparency and Supplier Payments page.

Tenders

You can find more information on all tender documents on the NLWA e-procurement portal.

Latest Updates

  • 8th June 2021

    On 8 June 2021, we held a Market Information presentation in the form of an online webinar for insurers interested in works associated with the Energy Recovery Facility contract. The presentation covered ERF requirements, OCIP requirements, classes of cover and a public procurement tender overview. The video presentation and slides can be viewed below. 

    Presentation slides

    Presentation video 

  • 15th July 2020

    On Friday 10 July, an OJEU Notice was dispatched to the EU Publications Office for the tender of the works to deliver the Energy Recovery Facility (ERF). The works, worth £683m, is the Project's biggest contract and will involve the construction of the new ERF and all associated buildings and infrastructure at the EcoPark. The contract notices can be viewed from the following locations:

    • OJEU Notice (ref: 2020/S 135-333685): LINK
    • Contracts Finder: LINK

     

    Selection Questionnaire Response Deadline: 11 September 2020

  • 4th November 2019

    On 31 October an OJEU notice for the EcoPark South tender was dispatched to the EU Publications Office. The tender to deliver EcoPark south, worth £106.6m, includes the delivery of a flagship centre for increasing recycling, known as the Resource Recovery Facility, and EcoPark House. Please follow the link to view the tender documents here. The contract notices can be viewed from the following locations:

    • OJEU notice (ref: 2019/S 213-521512):LINK
    • Contracts Finder notice: LINK
    • Corrigendum notice: LINK

    Selection Questionnaire Response Deadline:13:00 on 23 December 2019

  • 23rd 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.

  • 15th 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.

  • 25th 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.

  • 31st 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.

Market Information Events

  • 18 February 2022

    North London Waste Authority is looking to appoint up to three contractors onto a new four-year framework worth up to £10 million for Minor Civil Engineering Works to support the delivery of the NLHPP.

    On Friday 18 February 2022, we published the a Market Information Webinar to provide information about a new framework for local contractors interested in upgrading civil infrastructure at Edmonton EcoPark, which you can watch below.

    The deadline for tenderers to respond to the Selection Questionnaire is 8 April 2022. The contract notices can be viewed on Find a Tender and Contracts Finder.

    Watch the webinar here

    Read the Prior Information Notice here

  • 30 June 2020

    On Tuesday 30 June, we published the third and final Market Information Event as an online webinar presentation for contractors interested in bidding for works associated with the delivery of a new world-class Energy Recovery Facility at Edmonton EcoPark. This webinar is the final event we are holding for the procurement of the ERF ahead of the ERF contract being launched in summer 2020.  The webinar video, presentation and list of contractors who registered to watch the video can be found below.

    List of registered contractors

    Webinar presentation

    Webinar video

  • 21 April 2020

    On Tuesday 21 April, we published the second Market Information Event as an online webinar presentation for contractors interested in bidding for works associated with the delivery of a new world-class Energy Recovery Facility at Edmonton EcoPark. A final Market Information Events will be held prior to an OJEU notice being published which is planned for summer 2020. The webinar video and list of contractors who registered to watch the video can be found below.

    List of registered contractors

    Webinar video

  • 22 January 2020

    On Wednesday 22 January, we held an initial Market Information Event for contractors interested in bidding for works associated with the delivery of a new world-class Energy Recovery Facility at Edmonton EcoPark. Two further Market Information Events will be held prior to an OJEU notice being published which is planned for July 2020. The presentation slides, list of attendees and video recording of the event can be found below.

    Presentation slides

    List of Attendees

    Video Presentation

  • 9 October 2019

    On Wednesday 9 October, we held a Market Information Event for those interested in the EcoPark South works. It was an opportunity to gain more information about the works package and the adjustments made following our previous market engagement. The presentation slides, list of attendees and video recording of the event can be found below.

    Presentation slides

    List of Attendees

    Video Presentation

  • 18th June 2019

    On 18 June, NLWA held a market information event 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 also covered 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.

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

  • 6 March 2018

    On 6 March, NLWA held a market information event 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.

Health and Safety

Managing safety effectively is an essential part of the project and must be managed in conjunction with the existing operations on the project site. To ensure this, NLWA will: 

  • show strong and active leadership, encouraging the integration of good health and safety management with business decisions; and 
  • consider how our strategic decision making will affect our ability and that of our suppliers to manage safety effectively. 

We will work with suppliers to ensure that they deal with all health and safety matters in accordance with our policies, all relevant regulations, and guidance issued by the Health and Safety Executive generally and specifically to the waste industry.