Contractors views sought on new procurement service for historical building maintenance

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Contractors in Northern Ireland are invited to participate in a short survey to help shape the development of a new procurement service for historical building maintenance

National Churches Trust is starting a procurement process to enable churches in Northern Ireland to be able to book accredited contractors, experienced in church and historic building maintenance. In preparation for the procurement process, contractors in Northern Ireland are being invited to participate in a short survey to help shape the effective design of the booking service.

The Maintenancebooker service is already available in England and Wales and will be developed in Northern Ireland as part of the 3-year Treasure Ireland Project supported by the Department for Communities.

The Maintenancebooker Northern Ireland service will be accessible to all churches and provide them with access to a range of contractors to ensure that they are able to demonstrate value for money by comparing quotations, and reassurance from using accredited contractors.

it is anticipated that procurement for the Maintenancebooker service will take place in February/March 2021. By completing this survey you will ensure that you will be contacted directly with details of the process.

Complete the National Churches Trust survey.