The framework, run by Haringey council on behalf of all 33 London boroughs, covers public sector projects including housing and education schemes
Contractors have been put on notice for a £7bn framework covering public sector jobs across London.
The London Construction Programme (LCP) Works Contractor Framework 2018 framework, run by Haringey council (headquarters, pictured) on behalf of all 33 London boroughs, covers public sector projects including housing and education schemes.
The five-lot framework covers housing and residential, education and leisure, capital projects, heritage and historical, and highways and public realm.
It replaces the current framework, which expires in May next year.
The housing, education and capital projects lots will cover projects sub-categories: £1m-£5m (split into central, north, east, south and west London), £5m-£10m (pan London), £10m-£20m (pan London) and more than £20m (pan London).
Lot four, which covers the heritage and historical projects, is divided into two categories, projects worth between £1m-£10m and more than £10m.
Lot five covers highways and public realm jobs with a value of more than £1m.
Each contractor can land a space on more than three lots and is expected to have a turnover between £2m and £40m.
The contract notice is due to be released on 15 October.