LHC London & South East Framework Approved Consultant

Bailey Partnership

Bailey Partnership has been appointed to LHC’s Multi-Disciplinary Consultancy Services Framework (MDC1).

The framework will handle £500 million worth of public sector construction opportunities over six years. We have been successful in the London and South East (LSE) division.

This brand new construction framework consists of 12 workstreams which can be used by a wide range of public sector clients including local authorities,  social landlords, health authorities, councils, publicly funded schools and further education establishments, as well as registered charities.

“This framework enables these organisations to access high-quality pre-approved suppliers to achieve a compliant asset management regime across a range of buildings including education, healthcare and service stations, community buildings, residential properties (when part of a mixed-use development), commercial to residential conversions, and their associated works.

“This is the first time we have offered a framework like this to our region, which has been designed to provide a comprehensive range of high-quality consultancy services across multiple disciplines to the public sector for projects of all sizes. Not only does it meet client need and truly reflect the current market, but it also offers something more.”

Ethan James Acting Regional Manager LSE

The tenders were evaluated on a 70% quality and 30% price split using ‘deviation from mean’ formulas instead of the usual best price rank. This was to ensure the framework was as balanced as possible and an even playing field for SMEs and small enterprises.

MDC1’s workstreams cover: Architecture, Building Services Engineers, Building Surveyors, Clerks of Works, Quantity Surveyors, Employers Agents, Planning Consultancies, Principal Designers, Project Management, Structural Engineering, Civil Engineering, and Multi-Discipline Services. 

We join a plethora of appointed companies with similar experience.

We’re looking forward to delivering even more high-quality education, healthcare and community buildings to the public sector for London and the South East.