Work should not be rotated between contractors on the framework, but following an objective evaluation. In small factory frames of the type you describe, it is common for contractors with the highest score not to be available for all contracts, and so the contractor should be selected with the next higher rating. Hello, I was wondering if you could help me answer this question. There is an existing framework agreement that started in January 2010 and is based on a two-year provision with the possibility of extending the year. When a Council accedes to this agreement in September 2011, it has a deadline of 13 and 14 September or 12 and 13 June 2011. January? I am pleased to inform you that the [insert name of the authority that assigns the mandate, i.e. xyz (the “Authority”) has made the preliminary decision to choose your company as a party to the Framework Agreement [insert product/service]. The definition of a framework agreement is that it defines the conditions under which contracts are to be awarded, including the price. A dictum obiter dictum (an expression pronounced in court or in a written judgment, but which is not upholding the decision and is therefore not legally binding as a precedent) of the judge in Henry Brothers No.
2 (Article 25) held that the prize should always be included as an award criterion when drawing up a framework agreement and that, therefore, the price had to be set in Henry Brothers No. 2 (Article 25). Is it possible to have a “framework contract” within a framework, i.e.: if a buyer is not able to define the volume of goods/services needed, can he conclude a contract? Is there really a kind of “framework contract”? I am currently studying framework contracts for the construction of schools in the UK. I understand your frustration, but the immediate step is probably to come back to the issue with your customer within the local authority and point out that they have taken the time and trouble to choose the best supplier, but their employees are not using the agreement reached. As a result, it either costs the Council more than it should have, or they get a lower quality of goods or services. It might also be worth joining by your elected council member. We are an SME based in Bristol. We recently entered into a four-year framework contract for a municipal rental service.. . .