A North West housing association has issued a tender for the provision of governance and corporate legal services worth up to £1.1m.
Liverpool Mutual Homes was set up in April 2008 after a stock transfer from Liverpool City Council. It manages more than 15,000 homes in the city.
The housing association said it was “looking to appoint suppliers who will work with them to deliver a highly customer focused, effective and efficient service whilst maximising the potential for knowledge, advice and guidance”.
The scope of the contract (one of four to be tendered) is to provide legal services and to:
- Provide excellent guidance and advice at the first point of contact;
- Provide a seamless service, maintaining the highest standard of professional integrity, advice, guidance, reliability, accuracy and value for money.
- Aspire to the vision and values of LMH.
- Provide quality advice and guidance at the first point of contact and to act as advocates for staff.
- Provide experience, knowledge and expertise to respond to enquiries covering a wide range of services.
- Provide bespoke and customised advice and guidance which meets the objectives set out by LMH.
- Provide flexibility and capability to take on more services/enquiries as required.
- Provide a portal for information gathering and reports.
The range for the estimated value (excluding VAT) is £80,000 to £1.1m.