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Estates Management Professional Services 2022

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This framework offers a range of estates management professional services relating to the use, management, acquisition disposal and development of land and property. All service providers awarded on the framework have been selected for their experience and ability to provide customers with a comprehensive service.

To reflect the different types of estate management professional services required by the public sector, the framework is divided into various Lots covering valuation, agency, lease management, estates management, asset management, compulsory purchase, workspace management, and planning consultancy.

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The framework is essentially a select list of service providers, all with a proven and successful track record of delivering estates management professional services, from whom customers may set up supply arrangements quickly and simply.

This section offers a summary of the type of advice available under each of the framework Lots.

In order to keep the framework Lots as open and general as possible, and to provide customers with flexibility in terms of their requirements, the services listed under each of the Lots are designed to be indicative of customer requirements and are not an exhaustive list of the advice that can be provided under each Lot. In utilising a specific Lot, customers are not restricted to seeking advice on the specific areas listed, providing that the advice they are seeking is relevant to the broad heading of the Lot.

The Lots are divided into 12 geographical regions as follows:

East Midlands

West Midlands

East of England

South East England

South West England

North West England

North East England

Yorkshire & The Humber

London

Scotland

Wales

Northern Ireland

Lot 1A Fixed Asset Valuation

This Lot is split into three sub-Lots as follows:

Lot 1A – Fixed Asset Valuation

Lot 1B – Rating Valuation

Lot 1C – General Valuation

The valuation services covered by the framework comprise the full range of services under the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) valuation faculty. This includes but isn’t limited to:

Market value, fair value, worth (investment value)

Valuation for public sector asset financial reporting

Insurance replacement costs

Ratings including appeals

Development and market appraisals

Tenant rights, including right to buy

Individual valuations for any other purpose

Lot 2 Commercial and Agricultural Agency

This is split into two sub-lots as follows:

Lot 2A – Commercial Agency

Lot 2B – Agricultural Agency

The commercial and agricultural agency services covered under this Lot include but aren’t limited to:

Advice and support comprising acquisition and disposal of an interest in land on the open market

Advice in respect of commercial, residential, and agricultural property and land

Strategic investment advice in relation to market conditions and availability of a wide range of property

Acquisition and disposal of leases in a wide range of commercial and/or agricultural property

Letting strategies advice

Lot 3 Lease Management

The lease management services covered under this Lot include but aren’t limited to:

Interim and market rents

Negotiation of lease renewals and rent reviews

Telecoms lease advice

General advice on lease terms

Strategy for service of notices

Mediation and settlement of interim and terminal schedules of dilapidation

Expert witness and arbitration services

Lot 4 Property and Estates Management

The property and estates management services covered under this Lot include but aren’t limited to:

Day to day management of leased properties, including dealing with maintenance and repair issues, liaison with tenants, preparation of budgets, negotiation and documentation of tenancy agreements, advice on maximising revenue and review of rents.

Negotiation and documentation of casual licences and hirings.

Advice on and carrying out of rent collection (if required) and disputes with tenants and landlords.

Negotiation and completion of tenancies at will.

Dealing with repossessions and evictions.

Advice on trespass issues.

Negotiation and settlement of boundary disputes.

Dealing with public, member and tenant complaints.

General estate management advice.

Carrying out measured surveys in accordance with the RICS code of Measuring Practice.

Condition surveys with recommendation for requisite repairs and budget costs, including historic and listed buildings, preparation of specifications for work, obtaining quotations and supervision of works.

Advice on and administration of service charges for managed properties.

Providing regular customer reports where applicable covering:

Prompts of key lease milestone dates such as rent reviews, lease renewals, decoration, break options etc.

Reporting on tenant related issues.

Budget and forecasting for managed properties.

Progress on individual projects.

Day to day management of property not occupied by the customer (surplus) which may be tenanted or vacant, including dealing with maintenance and repair issues, liaison with tenants, maximisation of rent and dealing with security issues.

Lot 5 Strategic Asset Management and Development Consultancy

The strategic asset management and development consultancy services covered under this Lot include but aren’t limited to:

Maximising the value of individual and groups of properties

Review of property strategy

Efficient use of accommodation

Maximisation of income

Land assembly and joint venture sales

Potential for maximising capital receipts

Minimising revenue expenditure

Advice on the use of different funding method, i.e., prudential borrowing, PFI schemes, for the development of complex multi-agency facilities

Sustainability aspects such as renewable energy sources, energy conservation, energy efficiency, resource recovery, and emission management

Lot 6 Compulsory Purchase and Compensation

The compulsory purchase and compensation services covered under this Lot include but aren’t limited to:

Land referencing

Preliminary advice on the cost/benefit of potential schemes

Sale and purchase under CPO powers or threat of CPO

Claims under Part 1 of the Land Compensation Act 1973

Negotiation and settlement of easements and wayleave agreements

Lot 7 Workplace and Workspace Management

The workplace and workspace management services covered under this Lot include but aren’t limited to:

Building asset management and tracking

Cost control

Management of all works relating to occupation of the property

Property performance management, analysis and reporting including expert analysis reports and any recommended corrective action

Workplace technology systems management

Contingency planning and disaster recovery planning

Smarter working and space management

Lot 8 Planning Consultancy

The planning consultancy services covered under this Lot include but aren’t limited to:

Obtaining planning approvals, including appeals

Planning history reports

Planning feasibility

Enforcement

Assessment of land use options

Preparation of development brief for information Local Planning Authority Agreement

Stakeholder consultation

Monitoring consultations and attending committees

LDF’s representation and monitoring

Pursing representations at inquiry stage

Reviewing proposed modifications/adoption proceedings

Advice and negotiation of Section 106 and Grampian conditions, including developer contributions

Master planning

Noise and sound sensitivity

Site and ground surveys

Conservation areas

Environmental assessments

Flood risk assessments

Topography and tree surveys

Contamination

Air quality testing

Ecology

Advice on strategy tree planting (i.e. location)

Land quality

Elements of the landscape

Lot 1.1A Fixed Asset Valuation (East Midlands)

Lot 1.1B Rating Valuation (East Midlands)

Lot 1.1C General Valuation (East Midlands)

Lot 1.2A Fixed Asset Valuation (West Midlands)

Lot 1.2B Rating Valuation (West Midlands)

Lot 1.2C General Valuation (West Midlands)

Lot 1.3A Fixed Asset Valuation (East of England)

Lot 1.3B Rating Valuation (East of England)

Lot 1.3C General Valuation (East of England)

Lot 1.4A Fixed Asset Valuation (South East England)

Lot 1.4B Rating Valuation (South East England)

Lot 1.4C General Valuation (South East England)

Lot 1.5A Fixed Asset Valuation (South West England)

Lot 1.5B Rating Valuation (South West England)

Lot 1.5C General Valuation (South West England)

Lot 1.6A Fixed Asset Valuation (North West England)

Lot 1.6B Rating Valuation (North West England)

Lot 1.6C General Valuation (North West England)

Lot 1.7A Fixed Asset Valuation (North East England)

Lot 1.7B Rating Valuation (North East England)

Lot 1.7C General Valuation (North East England)

Lot 1.8A Fixed Asset Valuation (Yorkshire & The Humber)

Lot 1.8B Rating Valuation (Yorkshire & The Humber)

Lot 1.8C General Valuation (Yorkshire & The Humber)

Lot 1.9A Fixed Asset Valuation (London)

Lot 1.9B Rating Valuation (London)

Lot 1.9C General Valuation (London)

Lot 1.10A Fixed Asset Valuation (Scotland)

Lot 1.10B Rating Valuation (Scotland)

Lot 1.10C General Valuation (Scotland)

Lot 1.11A Fixed Asset Valuation (Wales)

Lot 1.11B Rating Valuation (Wales)

Lot 1.11C General Valuation (Wales)

Lot 1.12A Fixed Asset Valuation (Northern Ireland)

Lot 1.12B Rating Valuation (Northern Ireland)

Lot 1.12C General Valuation (Northern Ireland)

Lot 2.1A Commercial Agency (East Midlands)

Lot 2.1B Agricultural Agency (East Midlands)

Lot 2.2A Commercial Agency (West Midlands)

Lot 2.2B Agricultural Agency (West Midlands)

Lot 2.3A Commercial Agency (East of England)

Lot 2.3B Agricultural Agency (East of England)

Lot 2.4A Commercial Agency (South East England)

Lot 2.4B Agricultural Agency (South East England)

Lot 2.5A Commercial Agency (South West England)

Lot 2.5B Agricultural Agency (South West England)

Lot 2.6A Commercial Agency (North West England)

Lot 2.6B Agricultural Agency (North West England)

Lot 2.7A Commercial Agreement (North East England)

Lot 2.7B Agricultural Agency (North East England)

Lot 2.8A Commercial Agency (Yorkshire & The Humber)

Lot 2.8B Agricultural Agency (Yorkshire & The Humber)

Lot 2.9A Commercial Agency (London)

Lot 2.9B Agricultural Agency (London)

Lot 2.10A Commercial Agency (Scotland)

Lot 2.10B Agricultural Agency (Scotland)

Lot 2.11A Commercial Agency (Wales)

Lot 2.11B Agricultural Agency (Wales)

Lot 2.12A Commercial Agency (Northern Ireland)

Lot 2.12B Agricultural Agency (Northern Ireland)

Lot 3.1 Lease Management (East Midlands)

Lot 3.2 Lease Management (West Midlands)

Lot 3.3 Lease Management (East of England)

Lot 3.4 Lease Management (South East England)

Lot 3.5 Lease Management (South West England)

Lot 3.6 Lease Management (North West England)

Lot 3.7 Lease Managment (North East England)

Lot 3.8 Lease Management (Yorkshire & The Humber)

Lot 3.9 Lease Management (London)

Lot 3.10 Lease Management (Scotland)

Lot 3.11 Lease Management (Wales)

Lot 3.12 Lease Management (Northern Ireland)

Lot 4.1 Property and Estates Management (East Midlands)

Lot 4.2 Property and Estates Management (West Midlands)

Lot 4.3 Property and Estates Management (East of England)

Lot 4.4 Property and Estates Management (South East England)

Lot 4.5 Property and Estates Management (South West England)

Lot 4.6 Property and Estates Management (North West England)

Lot 4.7 Property and Estates Management (North East England)

Lot 4.8 Property and Estates Management (Yorkshire & The Humber)

Lot 4.9 Property and Estates Management (London)

Lot 4.10 Property and Estates Management (Scotland)

Lot 4.11 Property and Estates Management (Wales)

Lot 4.12 Property and Estates Management (Northern Ireland)

Lot 5.1 Strategic Asset Management and Development Consultancy (East Midlands)

Lot 5.2 Strategic Asset Management and Development Consultancy (West Midlands)

Lot 5.3 Strategic Asset Management and Development Consultancy (East of England)

Lot 5.4 Strategic Asset Management and Development Consultancy (South East England)

Lot 5.5 Strategic Asset Management and Development Consultancy (South West England)

Lot 5.6 Strategic Asset Management and Development Consultancy (North West England)

Lot 5.7 Strategic Asset Management and Development Consultancy (North East England)

Lot 5.8 Strategic Asset Management and Development Consultancy (Yorkshire & The Humber)

Lot 5.9 Strategic Asset Management and Development Consultancy (London)

Lot 5.10 Strategic Asset Management and Development Consultancy (Scotland)

Lot 5.11 Strategic Asset Management and Development Consultancy (Wales)

Lot 5.12 Strategic Asset Management and Development Consultancy (Northern Ireland)

Lot 6.1 Compulsory Purchase and Compensation (East Midlands)

Lot 6.2 Compulsory Purchase and Compensation (West Midlands)

Lot 6.3 Compulsory Purchase and Compensation (East of England)

Lot 6.4 Compulsory Purchase and Compensation (South East England)

Lot 6.5 Compulsory Purchase and Compensation (South West England)

Lot 6.6 Compulsory Purchase and Compensation (North West England)

Lot 6.7 Compulsory Purchase and Compensation (North East England)

Lot 6.8 Compulsory Purchase and Compensation (Yorkshire & The Humber)

Lot 6.9 Compulsory Purchase and Compensation (London)

Lot 6.10 Compulsory Purchase and Compensation (Scotland)

Lot 6.11 Compulsory Purchase and Compensation (Wales)

Lot 6.12 Compulsory Purchase and Compensation (Northern Ireland)

Lot 7.1 Workplace and Workspace Management (East Midlands)

Lot 7.2 Workplace and Workspace Management (West Midlands)

Lot 7.3 Workplace and Workspace Management (East of England)

Lot 7.4 Workplace and Workspace Management (South East England)

Lot 7.5 Workplace and Workspace Management (South West England)

Lot 7.6 Workplace and Workspace Management (North West England)

Lot 7.7 Workplace and Workspace Management (North East England)

Lot 7.8 Workplace and Workspace Management (Yorkshire & The Humber)

Lot 7.9 Workplace and Workspace Management (London)

Lot 7.10 Workplace and Workspace Management (Scotland)

Lot 7.11 Workplace and Workspace Management (Wales)

Lot 7.12 Workplace and Workspace Management (Northern Ireland)

Lot 8.1 Planning Consultancy (East Midlands)

Lot 8.2 Planning Consultancy (West Midlands)

Lot 8.3 Planning Consultancy (East of England)

Lot 8.4 Planning Consultancy (South East England)

Lot 8.5 Planning Consultancy (South West England)

Lot 8.6 Planning Consultancy (North West England)

Lot 8.7 Planning Consultancy (North East England)

Lot 8.8 Planning Consultancy (Yorkshire & The Humber)

Lot 8.9 Planning Consultancy (London)

Lot 8.10 Planning Consultancy (Scotland)

Lot 8.11 Planning Consultancy (Wales)

Lot 8.12 Planning Consultancy (Northern Ireland)

  • This framework is compliant with UK procurement legislation - we’ve done the work, so there’s no need for you to run a full procurement process.
  • Suppliers listed on the framework were assessed during the procurement process for their financial stability, track record, experience and technical & professional ability.
  • What you see is what you pay – there are no additional charges.
  • Pre-agreed terms & conditions to underpin all orders so no need to worry.
  • Social value benefits can be obtained.
  • Align Property Partners
  • Bruton Knowles LLP
  • Carter Jonas
  • Copping Joyce Surveyors Ltd
  • Eddisons Commercial Ltd
  • Gerald Eve LLP
  • Hamson Barron Smith Ltd (HBS)
  • Wilks Head & Eve LLP
  • APB
  • Aspinall Verdi Ltd
  • SLC Property
  • Banks Long & Co
  • Colliers International Property Consultants Ltd
  • Pick Everard
  • Cushman & Wakefield
  • Fisher German LLP
  • Savills (UK) Ltd
  • Knight Frank
  • Archus Ltd
  • Dalcour Maclaren
  • AA Projects Limited
  • Tila Commercial Ltd
  • Red Loft
  • Turner & Townsend Consulting Ltd
  • Ardent Management
  • aspireCP LLP / TerraQuest
  • Gateley Hamer Ltd
  • DVS - Valuation Office Agency
  • FPCR Environment and Design Ltd
  • McLoughlin Planning Ltd
  • Stantec UK Limited
  • The Environment Partnership (TEP) Limited
  • Wood Group UK

If you’d like to contact us, quote reference Framework 2700_22 and enquire at;

Rachel Selwyn-Smith 07880 063 251

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Estates Management Professional Services 2022

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Key Facts
Framework 2700_22
Start Date 21/04/2022
End Date 20/04/2024
Contract Notice 2021/S 000-032267
Award Notice TBC