Selling to the Council
Note - any current procurement opportunities available can be found on the Council Contracts page.
We provide a range of services to our communities, and buy a wide variety of goods, services, works and utilities. To help with this, contracts are established for use across the council using a system of category management, where purchased services and products are grouped into market segments.
To find out what products and services the council uses, and which category they are classified under, along with the relevant contact details, click on the market segments listed below.
You can then also view the Contracts Register to see any contracts that may be renewed and may therefore provide procurement opportunities. For contact details, please see the individual market segment page.
- Children and Education Services
- Construction, Property, and Facilities Management
- Energy and Utilities
- Food and Drink
- General and Office Management (not currently available)
- HfH (Homes for Haringey) Construction
- Information Technology and Telecoms
- Learning and Development
- Sport and Leisure
- Public Health
- Public Realm
- Social Care Services
- Temporary Housing (not currently available)
1. When procuring, officers must work within a strict framework of legislation and processes, which includes:
- European Union Public Procurement Directives and associated case law.
- National legislation, such as the UK Local Government Acts 1999 and 2000.
- Council Contract Standing Orders, which are part of Haringey Council’s Constitution.
2. Official Journal of the European Union (OJEU)
According to EU legislation, certain contracts (commodities and so called ‘Part A’ services) from the public sector, which are valued above a certain threshold, must be published in the Official Journal of the European Union (OJEU).
Under European legislation, public sector organisations must advertise tendering opportunities for certain high value contracts in the Official Journal of the European Union (OJEU).
Advertisements for these tendering opportunities are also normally placed in the local press and relevant, specialist publications.
There is no legal obligation for councils to advertise tendering opportunities for lower value contracts. The government's Best Value framework means, however, that it is good practice to place such ads.
The public sector is increasingly recognising that this lack of information is problematic for businesses. The Council Contracts page is an attempt to address this.
We use a web-based Electronic Tendering (e-Tendering) System for some of our procurements. You can find more information about this system on the Council Contracts page.
- Any current procurement opportunities can be found on the Council Contracts page.
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