Case Studies

LUPC supports Members' collaborative procurement in a number of ways - through our range of professionally tendered, EU-compliant framework agreements, and a variety of added value benefits and services. Below are a number of case studies which showcase just how LUPC Membership has aided a number of projects for our Members.

The Residential Development at Liongate Lodge, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew forms part of the first phase of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew Estates 2020 programme.


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Following their successful bid and inclusion on Lot 5 for the LUPC Framework, T&B (Contractors) Limited have been introduced to a number of new university clients including Queen Mary University London, King’s College London and London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.


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LUPC move from fixed accomodation to bespoke office design facilities.


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Mark Davis, former Head of Procurement at the National Archives, shares his advice for embedding a strategic procurement approach.


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The tender for Sustainable Waste Management came at just the right time for the University of Greenwich; our current contract is coming to a natural end and we were looking to up our game for the next contract period by building on the steps made with our incumbent on reporting, increasing recycling rates, etc.


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Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) has taken advantage of collaborative buying power to help students to purchase course material at discounted prices through a deal struck with bookseller John Smiths.


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The Royal College of Music (RCM) has used LUPC’s consultancy service for the procurement of Cleaning, a collaborative project with the Royal College of Art and Heythrop College; and a One- Stop-Shop M&E and Fabric Maintenance Service.


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On joining Trinity College London to start up their procurement function in November 2012, my first step was to sign the charity up to the London Universities Purchasing Consortium. Having moved from a large university, I quickly realised in my new home that I had been taking the contribution of the consortia somewhat for granted.


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