Styles&Wood, part of Extentia Group, is proud to have secured a place on the new London Construction Programme (LCP) Major Works Framework. Styles&Wood has been appointed to Lot 3.2 Pan London, allowing the business to bid for capital projects valued between £5 to £10m.

The five-year framework is governed by the London Borough of Haringey and accessible to all public sector bodies within Greater London and the Home Counties. All works under the Framework will cover Housing and Residential, Education and Leisure, Capital Projects, Historical and Heritage, Highways and Public Realm.

The LCP’s primary purpose is to work collaboratively with its members and contractors, providing a one-stop-shop for Construction related procurement vehicles with a comprehensive suite of procurement vehicles including DPS’ and frameworks.  It offers its members a route to market through vehicles that focus on quality, value for money, high standards of health and safety and additional social value commitments on every project.

Danny Hill, Business Unit Lead at Styles&Wood said:

“This is a significant framework win for Styles&Wood, allowing us to build on our excellent reputation for delivery in London and strengthen our reach in the public sector.”

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