Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) for Minor Works

The LCP intends to put in place a Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) for the provision of minor works projects to be utilised by members of LCP and other public sector organisations in London and home counties.

The intention is to have the DPS up and running in July 2019.


The works projects to be procured under the proposed DPS are likely to be wide and varied and cover all aspects of construction, including:

  1. Asbestos
  2. Brickwork
  3. Carpentry & joinery
  4. Cleaning & Clearance
  5. Drainage
  6. Electrical
  7. Energy Efficiency
  8. Fencing & Gates
  9. Fire
  10. Foundations
  11. General Construction Multi Trade
  12. Glazing
  13. Groundworks
  14. Heating, gas appliances & installations
  15. Highways
  16. Landscaping
  17. Lifts
  18. Masonry
  19. Modern Methods of Construction
  20. Painting & decorating
  21. Plasterwork & other finishes
  22. Plumbing
  23. Principal Contractor
  24. Roofing
  25. Scaffolding
  26. Specialist treatment
  27.  Wall, floor, tile & sheet finishes


The new DPS’ for Minor Works and Construction, Estates and Property professional services will complement the existing LCP Major Works 2014 Framework, the planned successor LCP Major Works 2019 Framework.

This comprehensive suite of commercial procurement vehicles offers LCP Members a route to market that is fully compliant with the Public Contract Regulations 2015.

If you are potential LCP Member and wish to discuss your Minor Works requirements for incorporation in the planned DPS, please contact:


Structural work, carpentry, joinery, installation of specialist security systems, roofing, external civil works, partitioning, plastering, painting and decorating, mechanical and electrical services and testing and commissioning, operations and record documentation.


A broad range of highways and parks work to include (but not limited to) landscaping work for parks, highway/ road repair and maintenance, line marking, street furniture defects, street lighting, gully cleaning, drainage and ducting.


The intention is to have the new DPS up and running by July 2019 following the completion of an OJEU procurement process.

Building efficiencies into procurement

LCP’s Framework Agreement brings efficiencies in the form of cost control, quality of outcomes, process standardisation and class-leading performance management.
It offers clear benefits for both clients and providers in terms of:
Benchmarking performance: Based on Constructing Excellence, LCP’s KPI framework and specialist KPI Engine ensure optimum performance monitoring and management of each project. Aggregation of performance data from projects across London allows LCP to offer benchmarking of both client and provider performance in order to drive continuous improvement.