Furniture and Associated Services 2

Buy furniture for use in all public sector organisations including central government, local authorities, charities and not-for-profit organisations. Includes second-life furniture, sustainable repair and renovation services.


All public sector organisations can use this agreement to buy furniture for use in office, residential, and educational settings.

You will also be able to access:

  • industrial heavy-duty racking and steel storage for use in operational environments, libraries and museums
  • renovation and repair services to keep furniture maintained and reduce waste
  • second life furniture
  • services including design and space planning, site surveying, sustainability advice and guidance

Buyers with specific requirements based on a particular sector or setting, such as health or challenging environments, can specify these at call off. 

The framework has an initial term of 3 years, with the option to extend for a further 1 year. 


Value for money:

  • access fixed pricing for core items including all transportation costs
  • access discounted rates on non-core items

Supports social value:

  • suppliers must demonstrate their commitment to providing social value objectives
  • suppliers must provide an annual framework social value report
  • you can specify your social value priorities in your call-off

Achieve sustainability outcomes:

  • all packaging is reusable or recyclable and suppliers support the Greening Government Commitments
  • suppliers are increasing recycled content and reusability of products and items
  • suppliers can provide advice and guidance on reusing and recycling your existing items as part of market engagement

Work with small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs):

  • 75% of the suppliers on this agreement are SMEs so you can access a wide range of small businesses

Standard delivery times:

  • you can access lead times of 6 weeks from order to delivery (on lots 1, 2 and 3) and 8 weeks (on lots 4 and 5)
  • view all core products using supplier catalogues for lots 1, 2 and 3

Routes to market:

  • buy through either direct award or further competition
  • make direct award decisions based on criteria in addition to price

Carbon Reduction

All suppliers for this agreement have committed to comply with the Procurement Policy Note 06/21: 'Taking account of Carbon Reduction Plans in the procurement of major government contracts' as required. If a supplier is required to publish a carbon reduction plan, you can find it on their individual supplier details page.

Products and suppliers

There are 12 suppliers on this agreement

Lot 1: Office Furniture (Standard & Government Corporate)
Office furniture that meets the Government hub standards including: desks, workstations, seating, storage, general sundry items, conference room furniture, break out furniture and home working furniture. Includes supply and delivery, or supply, delivery and installation if required.


8 suppliers

Lot 2: MOD Office
Designed for MOD however is open to all public sector buyers. Includes desks, workstations, seating, storage, general sundry items, conference room furniture and break out furniture. Includes supply and delivery, or supply, delivery and installation if required.


5 suppliers

Lot 3: Residential Furniture
Includes beds, bedroom furniture, living room furniture, dining room furniture, residential seating and additional sundry items. Includes supply and delivery, or supply, delivery and installation if required.


4 suppliers

Lot 4: High Density Steel Storage
Includes steel storage solutions such as static and mobile storage and gondola library shelving.


3 suppliers

Lot 5: Sustainability
Includes repairing and re-manufacturing of buyers existing furniture and buying second life furniture. This lot also includes MOD repair and renovation services.


5 suppliers

How to buy

Buyers can either:

  • direct award (all lots)
  • run a further competition (all lots)

Buyers must complete a Customer User Agreement (CUA) form and return to before running a further competition. 

CCS will process the CUA form and provide buyers with a unique reference number to quote on all correspondence with suppliers.

Further details on direct award and further competitions can be found in the RM6308 Buyer Guidance.