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Frameworks we’re on

It’s easy to appoint us – we are accredited with the following public sector frameworks:


We are approved consultants on Pagabo’s £500m professional services framework. The Professional Services Framework is a major national framework open for use by all public sector organisations in the UK. The Framework covers projects of all sizes and complexities, delivering across 18 service specific lots in seven geographical regions.

Hollis are approved consultants to three lots on the Pagabo framework:

  • Lot 10 - estate and asset management for all regions
  • Lot 13 - sustainability and environmental consultancy for Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland
  • Lot 16 - health and safety services including Principal Designer for Northern Ireland

For more information on how to appoint us through the Pagabo framework, please contact Pagabo Framework Lead Ian Shaw.


Bloom are the UK’s exclusive operator of the NEPRO³ solution, an OJEU compliant procurement framework which assists the UK public sector to buy and manage specialist professional services from a choice of regional and national suppliers. It allows buyers to move quickly and at the lowest possible cost, whilst achieving better outcomes.

Our accreditation means clients can access all our services simply and compliantly through Bloom.

To find out more, contact Peter Martin, or visit the Bloom website here.


London Procurement Partnership (LPP) DPS

LPP, hosted by Guy’s and St. Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, have established a Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) for Estates Professional Services. The DPS can be utilised by any public sector organisation. This includes NHS Trusts (including PFI healthcare buildings and facilities), NHS Collaborative Procurement Organisations, Clinical Commissioning Groups, NHS England, NHS Property Services Ltd and other approved public sector organisations in England. The current DPS runs until 31st March 2021.

We are approved suppliers for Building Surveying services. To find out more about using the DPS, contact Peter Martin, or visit the DPS website here.