Kingston to appoint design framework

The Royal Borough of Kingston Upon Thames has put out a design tender for a framework of consultancies, which is worth between £300,000-£1,000,000.

Kingston Bridge

Source: Jim Linwood

Kingston Bridge

There are two design lots available covering branding, and a variety of interactive, graphic and print projects.

Lot One, Digital Design, includes the development of micro-sites and their ongoing support, app development, social media and campaigns.

Lot Two, Design For Print, includes graphic design for print output, and creative concept and brand development.

Each lot indicates a four-year contract and bidders are allowed to apply to both as well as a third lot which covers print services.

The framework will operate on a ‘mini-competition basis’ according to the council, which stipulates that applicants will be required to submit details of their financial status, technical capabilities and resources, experience, health and safety and equal opportunities and environmental policies along with their tenders.

Interested parties should apply here by 18 June.

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