Notting Hill Genesis has a comprehensive suite of OJEU-compliant framework panels, and a robust system of performance monitoring, call-off contracts and mini-competitions to ensure they meet our high standards for build quality, service levels and value for money. Our frameworks are highly regarded and are available for use by other contracting authorities in London. We also hold a number of approved supplier lists for services where we do not have a framework.
We have begun the process of reprocuring our frameworks. Please visit the Development frameworks procurement page for further information.
To enquire about using our frameworks, please email Matthew.Keenan@nhg.org.uk.
Framework update: 30 June 2020
On 31 May 2017, Notting Hill Genesis (formerly Notting Hill Housing Trust) entered into the framework agreements listed below with a number of contractors and consultants. These framework agreements were procured in accordance with the Public Contracts Regulations 2015, under the OJEU references listed below:
- Consultants Framework 'CF1' for the provision of architectural and masterplanning services (OJEU reference 2016/S 089-156316)
- Consultants Framework 'CF2' for the provision of planning, transport and highways, civil and structural engineering and mechanical and electrical engineering services (OJEU reference 2016/S 089-155833)
- Consultants Framework 'CF3' for the provision of cost consultancy, employer’s agent, project management, P&R, valuation and clerk of works services (OJEU reference 2016/S 089-156316)
- Contractors Framework for the carrying out of various construction works (OJEU reference 2016/S 089-155833)
As made clear in the Contract Notices published in OJEU for these Framework Agreements, each of these Framework Agreements are to last for an initial term of 4 years, with an option to extend for a further 1 year at NHG’s discretion.
The purpose of this notice is to provide advance notice that NHG intends to exercise its option to extend the Framework Agreements for a further year from 31 May 2021 to 31 May 2022.
Last updated: 10/09/2021