Darwin Urban Seniors' Lifestyle Accommodation Project
The Northern Territory (NT) Government is seeking proposals to develop a seniors’ lifestyle accommodation (SLA) community in the Darwin urban area.
This is a one stage competitive process to facilitate private sector development of the project.
An online register is also available for interested parties such as developers, investors, land owners and / or operators to register their interest in collaborating with others on the project.
The request for detailed proposals (RFDP) process provides a flexible framework to deliver a high quality and commercially sustainable project. Proponents need to complete and lodge their RFDP submission by no later than 4pm (ACST) on 14 October 2019. It is important to note that registrations for the project closes on 16 August 2019.
It is anticipated that an announcement of the RFDP outcome will be made late 2019 / early 2020.
General enquiries in relation to the project should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Get the request for detailed proposals brochure:
There are two ways to express your interest in the Darwin Urban SLA Project:
- Interested party: gain access to the interested parties online register for collaboration purposes, or
- Registered proponent: receive access to the secure project web page which includes the RFDP documents and the interested parties register.
Interested party registration
The purpose of creating a register of interested parties is to help or collaborate private parties become aware of the interest of other parties and potentially align. Interested parties may also apply to be registered proponents, prior to the close of registrations.
The NT Government may seek any further information from any interested party that it deems necessary and conduct due diligence checks as it sees fit.
Interested parties will be advised of the status of their registration of interest within three business days of registering.
Fill in and submit the interested party registration form.
Registered proponent registration
Additional information about the RFDP and the project will be made available from 14 May 2019 to proponents that have registered their interest in the project and have been accepted by the NT Government as registered proponents. The additional information available includes details of what the NT Government seeks from proponents through the RFDP process and provides guidance on the evaluation criteria that will be used to assess the RFDP proposals.
Registered proponents will also be able to view the interested parties register.
The NT Government will satisfy itself that any party seeking to be a registered proponent is a bona fide potential proponent and may have the capacity to deliver the project.
The NT Government may seek any further information from the party that it deems necessary and conduct due diligence checks as it sees fit.
Parties registering interest to be a registered proponent will be advised of the outcome of their application within three business days of registering.
Fill in and submit the proponent registration form.
The NT Government reserves the right in its absolute and sole discretion to accept or reject applications to be an interested party or a registered proponent.
Last updated: 06 June 2019