Lift Maintenance Contract – change of contractor? (9 August 2019)

Continuing the follow on the 2019 Lift Maintenance Contract renewal, the letter of 9th August 2019 highlights the following:

  1. Precision Lifts has withdrawn from the tender.
  2. There appears to be no explanation provided for why this withdrawal has occurred?
  3. Liftec Lifts Limited has been awarded the tender.
  4. This is the first time it seems to have been mentioned that one contractor is not permitted to be provided both Contract A and Contract B? Therefore Contract B receives the third highest bid rather than the second?
  5. The cost to this leaseholder has now gone up by about 12% from £72.50 to £81.20. Not a large increase in actual cost though the concern might be that this could happen to any contract, even those of larger costs?
  6. The new contract was to start on 1st September 2019 and this was not a lot of time for leaseholders to review or consider the situation?
  7. Bottom of page 2 has reference of seeking a dispensation from the First Tier Property Tribunal (FTPT) to not require the 30 day consultation with leaseholders. Therefor many leaseholders now have two such FTPT applications they need to be aware of, with the first being that of the Council’s actions to seek retro fitting water sprinklers in 100 buildings.

Link to the previous article – https://roeregeneration.wordpress.com/2019/09/15/lift-maintenance-contract-tender-awarded-to-29-march-2019/

Notice of Proposal to Enter into a Long Term Agreement – Renewal of Lift Maintenance Contract

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