The framework management and property services company the Scape Group have announced the incorporation of a new category into their £1Bn National Consultancy framework which is scheduled to commence in August 2020.
The new National Consultancy framework category in question is named ‘Place Shaping’ and has a combined value of £150M across England, Wales, Northern Ireland, and Scotland on the framework, taking the place of the Strategic Asset Management Lot.
Specifically, that projects which this new category will cover involve those which focus upon major town and city centre regeneration, the modernisation of estate and asset use, and the strategic asset interventions required for climate action.
The Scape Group Chief Executive, Mark Robinson stated: “We had fantastic attendance at our market awareness days, which provided us with essential feedback on how our frameworks can be as closely aligned to our clients’ needs as possible.
“As an organisation which continuously seeks to learn and grow, it is vital that we listen to what prospective clients and partners are experiencing on the ground and to adapt our services to reflect the opportunities and challenges that they face.
“The funding of local services is not simply a matter for technical analysis but is part of a much wider debate about the type of communities that we want to live in. As such, there is significant scope for consultancy services which enact comprehensive change to the way public bodies develop and manage Place, through short term transactional interventions and through strategic long term programme management, ensuring that maximum value for money and high quality delivery is achieved along the way.
“We are proud to be paving the way in public sector frameworks by offering this unique service to public sector bodies.”
Once the framework commences in August it will continue for a period of four years.
If you would like to read more articles like this then please click here.
The post New category added to the National Consultancy framework appeared first on UK Construction Online.