Presentation on theme: "The Role of Joint Ventures in Local Government Des Gardner Head of Regeneration (Legal) Manchester City Council."— Presentation transcript:
The Role of Joint Ventures in Local Government Des Gardner Head of Regeneration (Legal) Manchester City Council
The Manchester Experience Housing - RSLs, ALMO, PFI Education- BSF, PFIs, Academies City Centre- Spinningfields, First Street Regeneration- New East Manchester Limited Regional - AGMA, CNE, Marketing Manchester
Corporate JV’s Company Limited by Shares –Private sector led and/or trading –Profit distributing –Assets Company Limited by Guarantee –Non profit making –Public/Third Sector –Charities
Corporate JV’s (2) Limited Liability Partnership –Property Investment –Profit Distributing –Public/Public Limited Partnership –Private Sector Led –Property Investment –Share in Development
Two Examples: Manchester Working Service Partnership Limited Company Morrison Facilities Services Limited Piccadilly Place Property Development Limited Partnership Argent Estates Limited
Manchester Working Company Limited by Shares MCC minority shareholder (20%) Morrison Facilities Services Limited private sector partner (80%) Services contract
Manchester Working Limited Housing- Responsive repairs - Decent homes - Specialist trades Public Buildings- Responsive repairs - Maintenance - Specialist trades
Manchester Working Limited City Works – Direct Services Organisation Housing Investment Options – Decent Homes – PFI, LSVT and ALMO - Northwards Housing Continuity of Service/Minimise Risks MCC/NHL Joint Procurement – Negotiated procedure Vision - a significant contractor within the Greater Manchester housing market, tendering for Decent Homes work for local housing companies and other construction work
Manchester Working Limited 14 Month Procurement Internal Organisational Review Robust Realistic View of “Business” Engagement with market pre procurement Detailed specification based on existing rates Use of Limited Company Structure
Manchester Working Limited Operational - September 2006 TUPE Transfer - ca.800 staff Decent Homes work delivered to programme Planned Preventative Maintenance programme developed Other Opportunities – Contact Centre Community Engagement
MWL - Challenges New Business MCC Demand Organisational Change Price – initially and changing market conditions
MWL - Benefits Strategically aligned – NHL 3 star rating Good transition – support for JV model among staff and members Transparency – seat on the Board. Approval of Business Plan Relationships – Senior Officers of organisation – channels of communication.
Piccadilly Place Mixed Use – Commercial, Hotel, Residential, Leisure/Retail in the City Centre. Publicly Owned Site – Subject to third party land interests Completed and opened – November 2009
Piccadilly Place Limited Partnership – Limited Partnerships Act 1907 Public Sector - 10% interest – land value Argent - 90% - investment model Development Agreement
Piccadilly Place Advertised sale of land Selected Argent – preferred developer Developer proposed model – maximise value and secure involvement in development.