CED-1 Framework May 2017 – April 2020
NEOS Protect Ltd specializes in the design, manufacture and installation of an unrivaled range of access controlled communal doors and glazed screens to meet all the mandatory requirements of Building Regulations AD Part Q “Building Security” viz Secured by Design “Homes 2016” Design Guide
This unrivaled service has been further endorsed by LHC with the Award to NEOS Protect Ltd as the SOLE SUPPLIER of Mild Steel Communal Doorsets for England and Wales through their comprehensive prequalification process prior to award of their 4 Year Framework – CED 1 – see the following link for full details: https://www.lhc.gov.uk/Frameworks/communal-entrance-doorsets2/
This Framework is available to all Local Authorities, Housing Associations and other public sector bodies funded by public finance throughout England and Wales.
NEOS Protect Ltd proved to be the only capable supplier of this specialist and sometimes complex products to cover England and Wales.
Who are LHC ??
LHC delivers a simple core service: We bring buyers and suppliers together, to build and maintain public property more efficiently and cost effectively, and to benefit the local community.
LHC is a not-for-profit central purchasing body who develop OJEU-compliant frameworks in England, Scotland (on behalf of the Scottish Procurement Alliance) and Wales (on behalf of the Welsh Procurement Alliance). LHC’s frameworks are available to all publicly funded contracting authorities to procure works, goods and services to construct, refurbish and maintain social housing, schools and public buildings.
Heritage & Expertise
LHC was established by London boroughs in 1966, but now has offices and field based staff supporting more than 200 contracting authorities throughout England, Wales and Scotland.
Our clients and suppliers trust in our knowledge and experience, technical expertise, commitment to better homes and buildings, and fast and efficient procurement which delivers financial gains.
LHC is funded via a small levy paid by our appointed companies on invoices they raise on call-off projects delivered under the framework. As a not-for-profit organisation we return all surplus to our client contracting authorities, to support social value initiatives in their local communities.
In 2017 LHC identified a specialist works package that had not been previously covered within their existing frameworks – Communal Entrance Doors for multi occupancy dwellings