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Procurement For All develops a new role to accommodate changes in Membership demand

Procurement For All develops a new role to accommodate changes in Membership demand To support the change in the demand from its Membership, Procurement For All has created a new Procurement and Contracts Manager role. The role will support all Framework procurement, mini competitions


New EU laws mean procurement rules for public bodies are changing.

New EU laws mean procurement rules for housing associations and public bodies are changing. Countdown to compliance From April 2016, public sector bodies and housing associations will need to comply with the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 under new European Union legislation. It is


Managing Director, Keith Armstrong, reflects on the last decade

Managing Director, Keith Armstrong, reflects on the last 10 years of Procurement For All, delivering savings and providing added value services. Keith talks exclusively to 24 Housing. Read the full article here: Click here to read Article


Consortium Spend Commitment Smashes the £50m Mark

Members of the national social housing purchasing consortium, Procurement For All, have committed more framework spend in 2015/16 than in any previous year. In 2014/15 consortium members procured £43m of construction related goods and services. Forecasts from the 22 strong membership indicate a


Procurement For All features in Property and Development Magazine

Procurement For All features in a 14 page article in Property and Development Magazine - Issue 415. To subscribe online to the magazine simply click here


Procurement For All Launches Groundbreaking General Build and Planned Improvement Works Frameworks

National Social Housing procurement consortium, Procurement For All, launches two new ground breaking frameworks for use by its membership - and is open for use by the social housing sector too! Procurement For All, set up in 2006, has spent more than twelve months delivering two OJEU compliant


Housing associations turn to frameworks following introduction of EU laws

New EU legislation has led to a sharp rise in the number of housing associations turning to frameworks for low cost works – according to a leading procurement firm. Procurement For All, which is run by a consortium of six housing associations and has 21 landlord members in total, has reported a 30