Cushman & Wakefield has been reappointed to a major government property services framework giving access to contract opportunities across the UK public sector.
Under the Framework, Cushman & Wakefield will continue to support government and the wider public sector to deliver efficient, sustainable and fit for purpose property, securing value for money to the public purse.
The new Estates Professional Services Framework (RM3816), operated by the Crown Commercial Service (CCS), will run for four years.
The new Framework will provide central government, local authority, health trusts, emergency services, schools, housing associations and regeneration agencies with direct access to a full range of Cushman & Wakefield services on a national basis, including:
· Strategic property advice
· Development consultancy
· Landlord & Tenant
· Building surveying
· Estate and property management
· Rating services
· Compulsory purchase
John Keyes, International Partner, Public Sector Advisory team, Cushman & Wakefield, said: “Cushman & Wakefield is committed to achieve high quality property outcomes for the public sector, working in partnership with our clients. Our inclusion on this important framework means organisations can continue to benefit from our value-added strategic and delivery-focused advice. We are naturally delighted to have been reappointed to this framework which will undoubtedly be a source of a range of further exciting opportunities for our firm.”
Cushman & Wakefield has advised the UK Public Sector for many decades developing successful relationships with over 25 Central Government departments and agencies, 150 Local Authorities, 50 Universities and Colleges, 100 NHS Trusts and 25 Blue Light organisations. It also works extensively with bodies like the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) to deliver regeneration and economic development outcomes and to achieve growth in housing delivery.