LCP Guidance Section

LCP W1-MW14 Frame Work Agreement

The London Construction Programme W1 – MW14 Major Works Contractors Framework is a multiple lot managed framework for use by London Commissioning Organisations, which is set up and managed by Haringey Construction Strategic Procurement Team.


The LCP W1 – MW14 framework contains 30 separate lots, across three separate Value Bands and covers general construction works ranging from £100,000 to £999,999, to £10,000,000 plus for more complex construction related works across the London region and surrounding areas.


The Lots are split by works areas (Housing, and Education and Others) and offers perspective users of the framework and excellent opportunity to achieve a Value for Money outcome for all construction related projects within the London Region.


All LCP W1-MW14 Framework  Documents can be accessed here


To access the framework, please contact, who have led on this procurement. The framework is free at the point of use and a levy is charged to the contractors. You will need to sign an Access Agreement to use this framework which will give you access to the full documentation.


Housing, New Build and Refurbishment, Education, and other areas including Leisure, Care, Health, Industrial, Commercial and Administrative, (inclusive of fit out), new build and refurbishment. For further details go to the EU advert in the OJEU notice link above.


The contractors on this framework are also outlined in the LCP framework agreement contractor list.

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.
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.