Sending out your Section 20 letters pre-framework procurement can be a great way to ensure you’ve consulted with leaseholders already and avoid delays once the framework is live. However it doesn’t commit you to using the framework once awarded.
The Notice(s) of Intention need to go out no later than the end of March so that any observations can be returned and responded to by May.
The Notice will need to include information as to what is included in the framework. You’ll also need to include why your organisation will be using the framework route to procure future works. You will not need to ask for nominations as this is going through OJEU and therefore the procedure will be under Schedule 2 of the Service Charges (Consultation Requirements) (England) Regulations 2003 (a Qualifying Long Term Agreement where Public Notice is required).
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