The council aims to set up a joint venture with the company to design, finance and build a regeneration scheme, initially costed at around £22m.
Any plans would be put out to extensive community consultation with the council hoping to get work underway at the end of 2013.
The council hopes to formally invite firms to prequalify to become a development partner in July .
Firms needing more information about the Grangemouth Town Centre Regeneration plan can contact project manager Colin Frame on email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01324 590972.
Key proposals for the Town Centre regeneration
- New civic office in York Square, retail and offices totalling over 43,000sq ft.
- New library and museum facilities on Bo’ness Road, linked to the existing Town Hall
- Refurbishment of the existing shops and offices with over 75,000sqft of new space.
- New Talbot House day centre with refurbished and extended Victoria Library building.
- Remodelling of the rear of the Municipal Chambers on Bo’ness Road
- A new Grangemouth Heritage Trust facility
- 2 new open civic spaces next to the prime shopping area of La Porte Precinct
- Remodelling and refurbishment of the main town centre pedestrian precinct
- A proposed new relocated police facility within Grangemouth town centre in partnership with a proposed new edge of town facility
- New multi level car parking facility, which will be fully managed and free to use