Project Centre approved supplier on design framework

Project Centre approved supplier on design framework

Architect Design Services Framework

Project Centre is pleased to announce it is now a supplier on the new LHC and Southwark Council’s Architect Design Services framework. With 365 applications we are delighted to be “one of the best architectural practices” appointed for the Public Realm and Landscape category.
What is the Architect and Design Services (ADS) framework?

LHC is a not-for-profit central purchasing body providing procurement services. Over 200 publicly funded organisations throughout England use LHC frameworks to procure works, goods and services.

The ADS framework provides local authorities, housing associations, health authorities, publicly funded schools, universities, colleges, emergency services, registered charities and government departments across London with access to a wide range of disciplines including landscape design services for projects in the public realm.

Fully OJEU compliant, the new ADS framework aims to promote innovation through design and improve the effectiveness, efficiency and quality of the procurement in the delivery of architectural projects across London.

Project Centre’s Design Services

Our award-winning team of Landscape Architects and Urban Designers provide our clients and the community with sustainable landscape design proposals in a variety of scales and typologies. As part of a multi-disciplinary practise, we follow an integrated, holistic approach to our design solutions. Our work includes:
• Town centre regenerations
• Mixed-use developments
• Major infrastructure projects
• Streetscape design
• Public realm strategies
• Gardens and Parks
• Community based open green spaces

Our focus is on bringing high quality, thoughtful and meaningful design to our clients’ projects as well as addressing environmental, social, and economic relationships between people and places.

How do I access the ADS Framework?

This free framework is available to all local authorities in London (see note above on other organisations). Find out more at