Winning more work with the Public and Private sectors: H&FBrill4Biz Worksho...

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The Lilla Huset Professional Centre

191 Talgarth Road, Hammersmith

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Winning more work with the Public and Private sectors: H&FBrill4Biz Workshop 25th June 2019

Work with Tony Stewart to get yourself CHAS or Constructionline accredited

Meet the Council’s Strategic Asset Management Team with a £30m annual budget for capital works to spend

Find out how the Ultra Low Emission rules will affect your business

H&FBrill4Biz Supply Chain has been actively promoting you to buyers over the past 3 years and the message has always been the same: ‘We need our suppliers to be accredited at least with CHAS or Constructionline and SSIP. This gives us a lot of comfort when working with a new company. At least they have some systems in place.’

Several of our supply chain members have obtained basic accreditation with our help and are now winning more work.

Those of you that still have no accreditation in place or want to go to the next level come to our workshop on 25th June. Our expert Tony Stewart will take you through the process and can follow up with you after the event to review your paperwork and get you started with your application.

Now that Mitie and Amey contracts have ended, the Council is reverting to procuring all its capital works directly. You will hear from the Strategic Asset team which has a mandate from the top to procure a minimum of 20% of its budget from local companies. So this session is relevant to: Builders, Architects, Technical consultants, Electricians, Plumbers, Builders merchants among others. The unit is responsible for commissioning all capital works to the 17,500 social housing units in the borough.

We will also have a talk on the Ultra-Low Emission rules which will soon apply to all commercial vehicles in central London and how to prepare for this. The Cross River Partnership (CRP) has won funding to help small businesses in Hammersmith & Fulham, and three other London boroughs, to make the transition to electric vehicles and other pollution reducing measures. The Low Emission Zone footprint in central London is greatly increasing from 2020 and penalties for non-compliance are £100 per day. Many buyers are increasingly asking if their suppliers have electric vehicles and will favour those who do. The CRP compiles a directory of low emission suppliers for buyers and will tell you how your business can be listed.

Soon your clients may require this or at least it will give you an edge over competitors with environmentally aware clients.

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191 Talgarth Road, Hammersmith

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