Haworth Tompkins, Morris & Co and Lyndon Goode among successful practices 

Darbishire Place, Peabody Housing, E1 by Niall McLaughlin Architects

Source: Nick Kane

Peabody’s Darbishire Place in Whitechapel, east London, by Niall McLaughlin Architects was shortlisted for the Stirling Prize

Haworth Tompkins, dRMM and Waugh Thistleton are among the architects to have secured a place on Peabody’s £85m consultants framework.

The housing association announced the successful consultants that have been added to its four-year framework today.

Architecture is divided into two sub-lots, for small and large projects.

Morris & Company, Mica and Patel Taylor are among the practices appointed to the lot for smaller projects, while Karakusevic Carson, Levitt Bernstein and Maccreanor Lavington all picked up places on the lot for bigger schemes.

BDP and PRP were also appointed to a separate lot for landscape architects.

See table below for the full list.

In a contract award notice on the Official Journal, Peabody said the framework would be for small to large-scale new-build schemes, masterplanning, refurbishments and ad hoc advice.

The winners of the first seven lots were announced today, with the remaining three lots - for development consultants, planning consultants and surveyors - to be announced at an unspecified later date.

Peabody, which is chaired by former head of the civil service Lord Kerslake, owns and manages more than 66,000 homes across London and the South East. It has earnt a good reputation for the quality of its housing projects, repeatedly appointing design-led and smaller practices.

Winners of Peabody’s primary consultants framework lots 1-7

Lot 1: Architects (£25m)Lot 1: Architects (£10m)Lot 2: Landscape Architects (£5m)Lot 3: Building services engineers (£10m)Lot 4: Structural engineers (£10m)Lot 5: Employers’ Agents (£25m)Lot 6: QSs (£5m)Lot 7: Project managers/ JV supervisors (£5m)
BPTW MICA Architects Building Design Partnership Calfordseaden Atkins Airey Miller Faithful & Gould Arcadis
DRMM Morris & Company Exterior Architecture Delap and Waller Campbell Reith Hill Arcadis Airey Miller Faithful & Gould
Hawkins Brown Patel Taylor Architects Turkington Design Studio XCO2 Energy Curtins Calfordseaden Arcadis Hunter and Partners
Haworth Tompkin Pitman Tozer Architects Land Use Consultants Elementa Consulting Pell Frischmann Faithful & Gould Gardiner and Theobald Mace
Hunter and Partners Pollard Thomas Edwards PRP Architects Max Fordham Peter Brett Associates Hunter and Partners Gleeds Potter Raper
Karakusevic Carson Architects PRP Architects Planit IE Ove Arup and Partners Ramboll UK Potter Raper Mace Silver DCC
Levitt Bernstein Associates Stephen Davy Peter Smith Architects     Tully De’Ath Rider Levett Bucknall UK Rider Levett Bucknall UK TowerEight
Lyndon Goode Architects Waugh Thistleton Architects     Waterman Structures Rund Partnership   Turner and Townsend
Maccreanor Lavington         Silver DCC    
Mae Architects         Turner and Townsend