We work to ensure that our property, along-side the council’s other resources, is used in the most effective and efficient way to meet the fundamental aim of the county council - to provide the best possible services to the people of Hertfordshire.
The council owns or leases around 2,000 property assets, these properties help Hertfordshire County Council to deliver services as diverse as schools, libraries, fire stations, waste management sites and buildings for the provision of adult and children’s services.
Hertfordshire County Council property ownership enquiries
For all enquires related to whether HCC own or rent land or buildings, the extent of interest and, in some cases, whether the land is Public Highway. Phone: 01992 555069 Email: email@example.com
Property Consultants and Contractors
The information provided below details the consultants and contractors we work with.
Measured Term Contracts
Measured Term Contracts are in place for the delivery of Building Fabric Maintenance and Mechanical & Electrical Maintenance.
The contractors are as follows:
- Building Fabric Maintenance
Wates Living Space (Maintenance) Ltd
Contract Term: 1st September 2015 to 31st August 2018
- Mechanical & Electrical Maintenance
Contract Term: 1st December 2015 to 30th November 2018
Framework Agreement Arrangements
Hertfordshire County Council has successfully re-procured 2 new Property Framework Agreements which start on 1st April 2015. They will provide the Authority, and a number of other local public sector bodies including schools, with access to a wide range of property maintenance, management and construction services.
The 2 new Frameworks were re-procured through an Official Journal of the European Union (OJEU) process and consist of:
- Property Works Framework– repairs, adaptations, refurbishments, extensions, asbestos removal, demolition, and supply and installation of portable buildings.
- Property Consultancy Framework– property, estates and specialist consultancy and construction related design and project management.
Suppliers who were successful in the re-procurement of the new Property Frameworks are arranged into Lots. To view a list of the suppliers on each Lot please see Consultants and Works.
There are no guaranteed volumes or values of works attached to the Framework Agreements, and the authorities named as users of the frameworks have no obligation to use it.