LHC is a leading provider of free-to-use Procurement Framework agreements used by local authorities, social landlords and other public sector bodies to procure works, products and services for the construction, refurbishment and maintenance of social housing and public buildings.


Greyline is delighted to have been appointed onto the following LHC Framework:

 

Whole House Refurbishment & Associated Works (WH2)

Workstream 1: Various workstreams including: Kitchen & Bathroom, Electrical, Landscaping, Painting & Decorating services.

  • Lot 1 £250k to £2m Inner London West
  • Lot 2 £250k to £2m Inner London East
  • Lot 3 £250k to £2m Outer London East and North East
  • Lot 4 £250k to £2m Outer London South
  • Lot 5 £250k to £2m Outer London West and North West

Workstream 2: multi-disciplinary services, covering a wide range of whole house refurbishment works, including heating and electrical, disabled adaptations, supply/ renewal of gas fired central heating and upgrading of boilers, electric heating installations, roofing, electrical wiring, cladding, renewal of windows and doors (including fire doors), fire detection, suppression systems & sprinklers.

 

  • Lot 11 £250k to £2m Inner London West
  • Lot 12 £250k to £2m Inner London East
  • Lot 13 £250k to £2m Outer London East and North East
  • Lot 14 £250k to £2m Outer London South
  • Lot 15 £250k to £2m Outer London West and North West
  • Lot 16 £1.5m to £5m Inner London West
  • Lot 17 £1.5m to £5m Inner London East
  • Lot 18 £1.5m to £5m Outer London East and North East
  • Lot 19 £1.5m to £5m Outer London South
  • Lot 20 £1.5m to £5m Outer London West and North West

 

The South East Consortium (SEC) is a consortium of 30 social landlords who manage around 248,000 properties located in the South East of England. Lot 1 has been designed to encompass all work streams likely to be bundled together to form a major refurbishment project. Lot 2 covers the labour and replacement of kitchens, bathrooms, wet rooms, W.Cs and electrical. Lot 5 covers the provision of electrical testing, installations and/or upgrades and Lot 6 covers the provision of repairs and cyclical decoration works to the internal and external structure.

The 4 year Framework runs from November 2019 to 2023


Greyline has been appointed onto the following:

 

  • Lot 1A    Major Refurbishments – projects up to £1m
  • Lot 2      Kitchens & Bathrooms
  • Lot 5      Electricals
  • Lot 6      Cyclical Decorations.

Fusion 21 provide procurement frameworks and dynamic purchasing systems for property, construction and the built environment. This framework offers a range of construction works to deliver asset life cycle projects through the stages of design, build, operate and maintain. From internal and external refurbishment and improvement works through to the building of additional structures, it will support public sector bodies to deliver regeneration programmes, modernisation and upgrade works plus expansion of estates.

The 4 year Framework runs from November 2019 to 2023 and is worth up to £800m. Greyline is appointed to the South East & London regions.


Greyline has been appointed to the following:

 

Construction Works & Improvements Framework

  • Lot 1 Housing Internal & External Refurbishments Framework
  • 1a  Housing Value Band 1 up to £ 2m & Value Band 2 £2m – £10m.

 

Works on London Borough of Ealing’s Internal Refurbishment Framework will primarily be to remove existing fittings in kitchens and/or bathrooms and replace with new.  This will include all associated works, including electrical, plumbing, gas and Builders Work In Connection (BWIC).  There will also be an option to provide ad hoc internal refurbishments and planned repair services.

The Framework is for four years with an expected value of £10 Million over the term.


Greyline has been appointed to the following:

 

  • Internal Refurbishment Framework for Lots 1 & 2

Fusion 21 provide procurement frameworks and dynamic purchasing systems for property, construction and the built environment. This Framework is specifically designed to meet the needs of all public sector members – including housing associations; NHS trusts and education providers – the framework offers a range of internal and external improvement works, from the installation of kitchens and bathrooms to fire doors, communal entrance doors, roofing and electrical works.

The 4 year Framework runs from November 2019 to 2023 and is worth up to £250m over the term. Greyline is appointed to the London region.


Greyline has been appointed to the following:

 

Building & Asset Improvement Works Framework.

  • Lot 1 Kitchen & Bathrooms
  • Lot 3 Fire Doors
  • Lot 7 Electrical works
  • Lot 8 Multi-trade Internal Works
  • Lot 9 Multi-trade External Works