​Expressions of interest sort for social housing properties in Darfield

Jan 24, 2018 | Submissions

Registrations of Interest – 5, 7, 9, 11, 13 and 15 Ritso Street, Darfield Canterbury

The properties are being offered individually, and registrations can be for one or more. Viewings of the properties will occur following ROI and will be held for one day only.

Please register your interest through the Gets website Gets.govt.nz notice number 19368008 by Friday 9 February at 5pm.

Selwyn District Council is seeking Registrations of Interest (ROI) from New Zealand Registered Charities having an interest in providing local social housing within Selwyn. The properties are being offered individually, and registrations can be for 1 or more of the properties. Viewings of the properties will occur following ROI and will be held for one day only. We will advise you of these details once confirmed. Following viewings you will be able to submit your Tender/s to our office in an approved format as part of a deadline sale process. Please refer to the ROI for further details about each property.

Background:

Selwyn District Council are reducing their housing stock, and resolved to declare surplus and dispose of a number of houses and one section on Ritso Street in Darfield. The properties are in the process of a complex disposal process and are now being offered to NZ Charities. Each property has a benchmark price to meet due to right of first refusal obligations with local iwi. If the properties do not sell through this tender process they will be offered for sale on the open market.

Registration:

Please register your interest through the Gets website Gets.govt.nz notice number 19368008. If you meet the criteria please attach a document which confirms your charitable status in New Zealand and briefly explain why your organisation has an interest in providing local social housing within Selwyn. This information must be submitted when registering your interest to be eligible to receive a tender pack. ROI close on Friday 9 February at 5pm.

See more details here:

Additional Information Ritso St ROI.PDF

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