Window And Door Contractors Sought For £66 Million Framework

Some windows

PVC-U and timber window and door manufacturers, suppliers and installers are being sought for a new four-year framework for public sector projects.

The Windows and Doors framework (WD2) from LHC allows local authorities, social landlords and other public sector bodies to source PVC-U and timber products and end-to-end design services for both residential and non-residential projects.

WD2 combines LHC’s previous PVC-U products (U10) and timber products (T4) frameworks and will also extend its scope to include aluminium clad timber windows.

Each workstream will offer standard and enhanced performance options in preparation for the interim uplift to Part L regulations being enforced from June next year and the full Future Homes Standard regulations expected in 2025.


 “Sustainability is top of the agenda for local authorities and housing associations. This framework is designed to help them meet the forthcoming, enhanced Part L regulations and the Future Homes Standard by providing a pool of pre-approved companies that can supply and install high quality PVC-U and timber windows and door products.”

– Dean Fazackerley 

Head of technical procurement, LHC




“There is a huge emphasis on quality and it is the majority factor in whether a company is appointed to the framework,” declares LHC’s Fazackerley. “As part of this, third party evidence of product performance will be mandatory, with emphasis on U-values, durability and lifecycle costs.”


The framework has three lots:

  • Lot 1 - Manufacture, Supply and Installation of PVC-U Windows and Doors.

  • Lot 2 - Manufacture, Supply and Installation of Timber Windows and Doors.

  • Lot 3 - Manufacture, Supply and Installation of Aluminium Clad Timber Windows.

The expression of interest window closes on 18 January 2022.

For further information on the WD2 framework and to register interest – Click Here


 Picture: LHC has launched its Windows and Doors framework WD2.

Article written by Cathryn Ellis
18th November 2021


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