Crown Commercial Service
Housing maintenance and management services – creating a contract that works for you
Using our Workplace Services agreement, public and third sector organisations can access a range of housing maintenance and management services via Lot 2c.
Purchasing housing services through CCS has never been easier. Modular in design, you can build your own specification and buy the following services from the above lot:
Planned maintenance services e.g. Mechanical and electrical engineering, fire detection and fire fighting systems, air conditioning, lifts, security, access systems and building fabric maintenance.
Responsive services e.g. Repair of mechanical and electrical systems, gas or water leaks, roofing, cctv system, fire detection and fire-fighting equipment, access control systems, lift faults, lighting, roads and pathways, glazing and replacement locks, including lock-outs.
Statutory services e.g. Gas systems servicing and certification, asbestos management, water hygiene, electrical testing, portable appliance testing (PAT), fire risk assessments, energy performance certification (EPC), lifts and buyer premise condition surveys.
Void property maintenance; suppliers will be responsible for maintaining and repairing void properties, and will also work in collaboration to minimise the period the premises remain vacant, minimising the loss of rental income and maintaining lettable standards.
Miscellaneous services; adaptations and disabled access equipment, insurance claims service, concierge, caretaker and security services, graffiti removal, refuse collection, window cleaning, pest control, redecoration and grounds maintenance.
Customers can add their own social value and community benefit requirements at call off providing the opportunity to align with your own organisational social value aims. All our suppliers are also actively mitigating modern slavery within their supply chains enabling customers to meet their own commitments.
We have four suppliers on our framework, all with an established footprint within the housing sector and all with national reach:
This framework runs until 24/01/2023 and is accessible via self-service call off. The call off documents and full specification can be found in the ‘documents’ tab on our web page.
Our expert procurement team at CCS can also offer an assisted service if needed. To find out more, please get in touch via our online form.
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