The London Borough of Lambeth has unveiled plans for a legal services framework worth an estimated £25m over four years.
The contract has been divided into the following lots:
1. Property, Planning and Commercial.
2. Debt Collection.
The framework will be accessible by other London local authorities.
Lambeth said it envisaged a maximum number of five participants to the framework agreement.
The council’s announcement comes shortly after Southwark Council, which has co-operated with Lambeth on legal services procurements in the past, announced it would hold a soft market testing exercise for a £18-25m framework agreement.
That framework will be made available to other interested London local authorities, their wholly owned companies, London fire services and London clinical commissioning groups.