Southwark seeks architects for £40m public works programme

Southwark Council's Tooley Street headquarters

Borough floats opportunities for schools, masterplanning and conservation work

The London Borough of Southwark has announced plans to create a new architectural services framework to handle a schools, public realm, conservation and other work estimated to be worth up to £40m.

It said the four-year agreement would be broken down into six lots covering nursery, primary, secondary and special-needs schools; further and higher education; masterplanning and urban design; social care; conservation and heritage; and commercial and depot work.

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