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Marketing / 29 Jul, 17

We are delighted to announce that we have been appointed as a supplier on the Crown Commercial Service’s (CCS) National Estates Professional Services Framework.

The four-year framework was awarded following a successful tender process, securing our position as lead contractor to the Regional Agent Partnership (RAP), which includes five other award winning property firms, for a second successive period.

RAP has a combined turnover over £45 million and more than 700 chartered surveyors nationwide and comprises of property firms Sanderson Weatherall, Alder King, Ryden, Harris Lamb, Budworth Hardcastle and Lisney. The RAP also has support from Amec Foster Wheeler Environment & Infrastructure UK Limited to provide specialist environmental, engineering and sustainability technical services across the UK.

The appointment means the group are able to provide a full range of professional services to all UK public sector bodies, including central government departments and their agencies, non-departmental government bodies, NHS bodies, local authorities and registered charities.

Simon Elliot, head of public sector consulting at Sanderson Weatherall said, “I am delighted that we have been named as one of only 12 firms on the National LOT for the Estates Professional Services Framework for another four years, building on or success in our first appointment to the national panel in 2013.

“The regional partnership consists of like-minded SME businesses and this appointment allows us to continue the growth in our public sector business.

“We will continue to compete with large international firms on a national basis using our unique local strengths and delivering fantastic value for our clients through our supply chain”.

The framework award comes following a series of successful public sector contract wins for Sanderson Weatherall, including appointments by Cheshire East Council, Westminster Council, Home Group, Wakefield Council and South Tyneside Council.

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