Public Procurement

Public procurement law governs the way in which public sector organisations may purchase public works, goods and supplies.

It has evolved rapidly over recent years as a result of revised legislation driven from Brussels, and new implementing regulations in the UK.

We work on all issues related to public procurement law, in particular:

  • Central purchasing bodies
  • Choice of procedures
  • Enforcement and remedies
  • Framework agreements
  • Post tender variations
  • Tender evaluation procedures
  • The drafting of PIN and Contract Notices
  • The Public Contracts and Utilities Contracts Regulations 2006