Up to £30 million of work could be procured through the new Architecture, Design and Urbanism Panel over the next three-four years, according to the Greater London Authority.
The panel replaces the London Design Agency’s architecture, landscape and urban design Panel and TfL’s urban realm design framework, and largely deals with architecture and urban design.
It also features a graphic design and place-based marketing lot, which calls for consultancies to work on projects such as high-street and town-centre branding and public signage design, as well as design of print collateral, websites and exhibitions.
The GLA and TfL are seeking ten groups for this lot.
The deadline for expressions of interest is 11 June, and contracts will be awarded by October.
For more information and to apply, visit eprocurement.tfl.gov.uk