SWPA’s OJEU compliant frameworks support procurement of works, products and services for the construction, refurbishment and maintenance of social housing and public buildings. They are created for local authorities, social landlords and other public sector bodies and are free to use.
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Construction extension and refurbishment
Roofing, windows and doors
Property protection and maintenance
Kitchens and bathrooms
Health/ assisted living
About these frameworks
We have a range of frameworks in our construction, extension and refurbishment category, covering traditional and modern methods of construction, in addition to building consultancy services. There are specific frameworks for the construction of homes and for non-housing, including schools and community buildings.
Construction, extension & refurbishment
Off-site Construction of New Homes (NH1 WS3/NH2)
House Building (H1)
House Building – Construction (H1 Workstream 2)
Schools & Community Buildings (SCB2)
General Refurbishment (N7)
Modular Buildings (MB1)
Property protection & maintenance
Energy Efficiency and Refurbishment (N7)
Information Technology (IT) Services
Electronic Payment Services
Tenant Contents Insurance
Adaptations and Fixed Lifting Equipment
Passenger Lifts Stairlifts & Lifting Equipment
Technology Enabled Care Services
Property Safety and Security
The South West Procurement Alliance (SWPA) provides OJEU compliant frameworks which can be 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, schools and public buildings.
We operate in South West England connecting construction companies, manufacturers and service providers with the needs of our partners.
We bring buyers and suppliers together, to build and maintain public property more efficiently and cost effectively, and to benefit local communities.
The organisation is backed by LHC, established in 1966 and recognised as one of the most experienced and respected providers of procurement frameworks in the construction sector.
For more information on the benefits of joining SWPA, our approach to procurement and our commitment to MMC, please see our SWPA Prospectus here.
Get in contact with us
Fill in the form below to find out more information about SWPA frameworks, or alternatively contact our Client Support Manager, Penny Searson.
Client Support Manager
T 07818 045869