Win local contracts

Business Connects - Supply chain

We are committed to supporting local businesses to win contracts in the borough both with us, developers and others.

H&F Local Supply Chain Project

H&F Local Supply Chain Project is the continuation of a successful free business support project funded by the council aimed at SMEs in the construction related and property maintenance sectors, based in Hammersmith & Fulham. They help local companies to access and win work from major property developments in the borough as well as from the council and its framework contractors.

They can introduce you to buyers committed to buying more locally and using local traders. They can help improve your chances of winning the work through workshops and one-to-one advice. The council has appointed MTW Consultants Ltd to deliver this service on their behalf. Since the project began local businesses have won £5.3 in successful tenders.

If you are in the construction or property maintenance trades, with a base in Hammersmith & Fulham, and want to find out more, go to H&F Local Supply Chain and download a registration form today.

H&F Local Supply Chain Project – Market Warming

We recently hosted a local supplier support networking event for architects, interior designers, technical building consultants, specialist building trades and developers. These professions are constantly referring each other to clients or sometimes directly commissioning work from each other. Jo Mccormick Assistant Director for Procurement also presented on H&F’s forthcoming procurement opportunities and the ways in for SME’s to tender. The next event will take place on 15 June, if you are interested in attending please email

If you are looking for support to win local contracts in non-construction sectors our current Fit to Bid programme has now ended but we will be developing a new programme later this year. Email to be added to our mailing list.

Trading with the council

We want to make it as easy as possible for you to tender for council contracts, despite the complex rules and regulations governing public sector contract arrangements. Find out more on our trading with the council webpages.