Genesis Housing Association

Housing and community amenities

Pub. DateNoticeDescriptionType
11/01/201810742-2018DPS for Development and New Build Housing (supplementary notice)Contract notice (Works)
25/03/2015103004-2015Genesis Housing Association Development Contractor and Architects FrameworkContract notice (Works)
05/02/201541013-2015Genesis Housing Association Development Contractor and Architects FrameworkPrior Information Notice (Works)
12/11/2013380372-2013Madeley Road and Hanger Lane New Build & Refurbishment DevelopmentContract notice (Works)
07/06/2013185638-2013Madeley Road and Hanger Lane New Build and Refurbishment DevelopmentContract notice (Works)
01/06/2013180252-2013Contract for the Provision of Professional ServicesContract notice (Service contract)
01/06/2013179499-2013Rawalpindi House Site, Hermit Road, London E16 4hrContract notice (Works)
22/05/2013165184-2013Former Livity School Site, Mandrell Road, Brixton, London Sw2 5dwContract notice (Works)
28/06/2012201878-2012Framework for the Provision of Employers Agents and Architectural ServicesContract notice (Service contract)


Award Notice AvailableProcurement AbandonedNo Award Notice Issued

Complaint(s) from Mystery Shopper Scheme regarding this authority

Mystery Shopper results April to June 2017
A supplier contacted the Mystery Shopper team to ask us to look at the Aggregator Framework procurement conducted by Genesis Housing Association. They questioned whether the broad scope of the projected single supplier framework could be reconciled with public procurement law. Consideration of the procurement documentation raised some further questions about the approach adopted.Genesis responded promptly and in detail to our communication, indicating that they were satisfied that they had addressed the relevant issues adequately in the design and conduct of the procurement. We indicated that we would expect potential public sector users of the framework to want to satisfy themselves that the establishment and operation of the framework satisfied relevant public sector procurement regulatory, policy and value for money considerations.
Mystery Shopper results August to November 2013
A mystery shopper expressed concerns that they had been waiting for nearly a year to find out the results of a prequalification questionnaire they submitted to secure a place on Genesis Housing Association's Architectural Framework. The mystery shopper also raised difficulties they faced with contacting Genesis and being kept updated during the tendering processWe contacted Genesis who explained that this procurement process was no longer live and was suspended due to a restructuring of Genesis procurement opportunities by an external agency. They also explained there had been a change in lead staff during the process and although they tried to ensure all suppliers were fully informed and updated during the procurement they acknowledged that the change in staffing may have resulted in some suppliers not being contacted. We recommended that in future procurements Genesis ensure that all bidders are kept aware of developments, especially decisions to abandon or postpone procurement projects. Genesis explained that since the publication of the original opportunity they have implemented an e-portal system, to increase the ease with which they can communicate with suppliers and to ensure incidences like this do not occur in the future.

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