Street Furniture Australia is an Approved LGP308-2 Contractor

LGP308-2 Playground, Open Space and Recreational Infrastructure 

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Purpose: To facilitate a supply contract for street and park furniture and fittings which deliver value for money through a combined spend arrangement with NSW councils and LGP.

Objectives:

  1. Make rates for councils as favourable for the smallest councils as they are for the largest councils.
  2. Provide council with choices in terms of suppliers and themes and styles of products.

Outcomes:
It is expected that the following outcomes will be achieved from the tender process:

  1. Competitive pricing based on the total combined purchasing influence of New South Wales Local Govt.
  2. One, but most likely a panel of providers to meet the varying needs of the councils requirements.
  3. Suppliers of a wide range of goods that cater for the varying themes and styles councils determine for their localities.

Benefits of LGP Contracts

  1. No membership fees for councils
  2. No need to tender – saves time and money
  3. Prescription status
  4. Input and evaluation by councils
  5. Supplier selection and management
  6. Contract management; governance sits with LGP
  7. Risk factor – probity and process
  8. Selection not only on price but quality and service
  9. Rebate return to councils

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