The DaRTS deal will run from 2023–2027 replacing the previous Multidisciplinary Framework 2019-2023 for accessing technical and professional services. A dozen of the consultants were not on the previous multidisciplinary panel.
The new two-part lotted structure provides direct access to suppliers with a place-making specialism.
Lot 1 – end-to-end technical and professional services – value £140m
Structural and civil engineering, transport and traffic services and environment and sustainability services.
The lot includes non-mandatory asbestos service*; new comers in orange type
- Arcadis Consulting (UK) *
- Avison Young (UK)*
- Buro Happold
- Campbell Reith Hill *
- Gleeds Advisory
- Jacobs UK
- Mace Consult
- Mott MacDonald
- Ove Arup & Partners *
- Pell Frischmann Consultants *
- Ramboll UK
- Stantec UK*
- Tetra Tech *
- Turner & Townsend Project Management
- WSP UK *
Lot 2 – placemaking, master planning and design services – value £60m
- Allies & Morrison
- David Lock Associates
- HTA Design
- LDA Design
- Maccreanor Lavington
- Rolfe Judd Planning AR Urbanism
- Tibbalds Planning and Urban Design
Barry Cummins, chief development officer at Homes England, said: “We want to work with ambitious suppliers who can help us drive regeneration and housing delivery to create high-quality homes and thriving places across the country.
“Suppliers appointed to the new framework bring with them a wealth of knowledge and housing expertise that will enhance the work of Homes England.
“In addition to the re-procurement of a multidisciplinary lot providing a comprehensive range of technical and professional services, a second placemaking-focussed lot will allow us to engage directly with specialists to help deliver our agenda to promote quality, decency, good design and sustainability.”