Notting Hill Genesis (NHG) Development Frameworks 2022 - 2026
NHG is one of the largest Housing Associations in the UK, with more than 66,000
homes across London and the South East.

NHG has brought together consultants and contractors on this new framework where all involved will work together to continue the organisations ambitious development programme and help tackle the housing crisis in London.

Priorities for the Framework include:

• Delivering new homes of high quality across a range of tenures
• Improving the experience of people who move into NHG’s new build homes
• Creating places where residents want to live
LHC New Build Housing Construction (H2)
Established in 1966, LHC are acknowledged as one of the most experienced and respected providers of procurement frameworks in the construction sector.

This LHC framework has been developed to provide an efficient, value for money procurement route for local authorities, social landlords and other public sector bodies for the development of new build housing projects and associated works including development agreements and land purchases.

This framework agreement can be used for but not limited to:

• Traditional housing – houses, bungalows, flats, apartments
• Care homes, extra care and supporting living accommodation
• Student accommodation
• Conversion of commercial buildings for residential use
• Rooftop developments
• Medium to high rise housing
• Key worker accommodation
Net Zero Carbon and low energy buildings
Mixed use sites – i.e. housing but where may also contain
community, or commercial buildings etc
• Development agreements and land purchases.
• Associated civil engineering and Infrastructure works –
where required for development of the site
• Site demolition and clearance
Procure Partnerships
The Procure Partnerships Framework was established to support public sector bodies to procure contractor partners for NEW BUILD, REFURBISHMENT and FIT OUT. The framework is divided regionally, supporting the framework values of local delivery with national governance.

The Framework was designed to align to the ambitions of the Construction Playbook (including but also beyond those relating to social value), and to help the public sector deliver on the Government’s ambition to ‘build back better’ bringing together commercial best practice and reform to drive better, faster, greener delivery.
Be First Development Framework 2018 - 2022
Be First’s mission is to accelerate growth in the East London borough of Barking and Dagenham and has more than 44 projects in the pipeline. The framework will be used to speed up the procurement process, raise quality standards and reduce costs.

Be First has been commissioned by the Council to build out a range of projects, ranging from small infill blocks to major schemes.

Together with the company’s own programme of development, the combined value of this and the development framework is in the region of £1billion.

The framework will be arranged in two lots. The first for smaller schemes with a value up to £20m and the second for those of £10m upwards.

Though it is primarily for residential development, call offs will also be made to deliver supporting infrastructure such as schools, libraries or community centres. It will also be open for use by other boroughs in London and the South East.

Jerram Falkus currently has a place on the Be First Development Framework Lot 1.
The Connected Partnership
The Connected Partnerships Framework will deliver projects valued between £4.5m – £12m.

London Housing Association Consortium, Connected Partnerships, chose a line-up of companies it will use to deliver a £300m programme of refurbishment and new build over the next four years from 2020 to 2024.

The consortium is made up of a three-way partnership between Octavia Housing, Origin Housing and Shepherds Bush Housing Group.

The Connected Partnership focuses primarily on delivering new build accommodation across central and West London. The properties types available include; private rent, private sale, intermediate, shared ownership and affordable rent through both Connected-led and Section 106 schemes.

Jerram Falkus currently has a place on the Connected Partnership Framework Lot 1.
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SCF Residential
By the public sector for the public sector, SCF offers an efficient and modern construction procurement process for the benefit of all public authorities in the South of England. Having delivered over £9bn of public sector construction they are leaders in achieving value from two-stage open book procurement.

SCF offers high-quality delivery and proven added value, delivered by the public sector for the public sector, across over 600 projects, totalling over £9bn, because they:

- Demonstrate industry-leading performance commenced and completed on budget via a comprehensive choice of industry-leading contractors.

- Provide unrivalled technical support delivered by a dedicated framework management team – from first contact to one-year post-occupation.

- Give a quick route to market whilst maintaining competitive tension – our flexible approach allows a full breadth of delivery, quality management process ensures a high level of quality despite complex requirements.

- Cultivate continuous development from a collaborative and integrated team approach – offering a flexible means of delivering social and environmental values targeted to the needs of the project.

- Proactively manage contractor performance through data-driven intelligence at project, framework and industry levels.

- Guarantee resilience – we are forward-looking: driving innovation in response to rapidly changing client needs.