DPP have secured a place on the North East Procurement Organisation (NEPO) Support Services for the Development of the Built Environment Framework.
This enables DPP to deliver planning services through Lot 6 (Planning/Development Management) as well as through multidiscipline teams.
The framework is available for use by all Contracting Authorities throughout the North East including Local Authorities, NHS Bodies, Central Government, Emergency Services, Educational Establishments and Registered Charities.
DPP’s Newcastle office have delivered many high-profile planning permissions for public sector clients in the North East, including Culture House and Wear Pedestrian Bridge (Sunderland), Community and Leisure Centres (Morpeth/Berwick), Energy Central Learning Hub (Blyth), Aykley Heads (Durham), RVI Specialist Hospital Building, Freeman Day Treatment Centre (Newcastle) and numerous schools across the region. Going forward, we hope to build on this success through the NEPO Framework.
Reflecting on the framework success, Jo Robison, Director and DPP lead on the NEPO Framework said:
This is really exciting news for DPP. We have a strong track record of delivering many high-profile planning permissions for public sector clients across the North East and our involvement in the NEPO Framework will allow us to build on this success and continue to secure permissions which can positively change the North East