Tuesday, April 23, 2024

Leicestershire property consultancy awarded position on £500m government framework

An Ashby-headquartered property consultancy has been awarded a position on a £500m government framework.

Fisher German has been named as a supplier on the Crown Commercial Services (CCS) Estate Management Services (EMS) framework.

The four-year framework gives public sector organisations access to a simplified means of sourcing end-to-end property management services, from consultancy to disposal.

Fisher German, which has 26 offices across the UK, has been appointed to three lots, and will deliver services in:

· Agency and Lease Management

· Surveying and Strategic Advice

· Valuation and Compulsory Purchase Orders

It further builds on the firm’s work with the public sector after Fisher German was awarded a place on the previous CCS framework running from 2017 to 2021.

Fisher German partner, Guy Hemus, who is leading on the framework within the firm, said: “Our appointment to the latest Estate Management Services framework demonstrates our wide-ranging expertise across the property sector.

“It also reflects the high level of service delivered during the previous framework, and we are proud to once again be able to offer this to the public sector. We have an extremely strong service offering which covers a wide geographical spread and is backed by extensive local knowledge.

“Being part of the previous framework was highly beneficial to the business, and we now look forward to continuing to work with our existing public sector clients while also building on this and developing relationships with other public sector organisations.”

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