Property consultancy appointed to £500m Government estate management services framework

Javid Patel, head of Eddisons’ public sector division; managing partner Anthony Spencer
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Property consultancy Eddisons, which has offices in Birmingham, has secured a four-year appointment as a key supplier on the Government’s £500m Crown Commercial Service (CCS) estate management services framework.

The national procurement framework enables government bodies and other public sector organisations to call on the services of suppliers who have gone through the rigorous selection procedure.

Javid Patel, who heads Eddisons’ growing public sector division, said: “We’re pleased to have been appointed to this prestigious new national procurement framework, the CCS. It’s a major win for our practice and a significant milestone, further strengthening our position as a partner of choice right across the public sector.

“Our appointment is shored up by Eddisons’ growing in-house teams and partner alliances, enabling us to deliver a holistic end-to-end service. Support for public clients in addressing the new real-estate challenges they face in the wake of the pandemic is vital, in addition to driving economic growth, supporting the Government’s levelling up agenda and the move to a net zero carbon economy.”

Eddisons employs more than 300 staff across 19 UK offices and, with its partners, will provide strategic and professional services to public-sector clients in its new CCS role.

The appointment will also see the firm deliver technical surveys, feasibility studies and estates management services.

Managing partner Anthony Spencer said: “The framework appointment demonstrates the hard work and commitment that the Eddisons team have put in to meet the rigorous quality standards required by CCS.

“Providing service excellence across the public sector has always been at the heart of our business and we are proud to be associated with such a prestigious framework, which will enable us to continue to grow our market share in the public sector as part of our wider business plan.”

 

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