More than £30m of S106 contributions will be paid as a result of the approval. Credit: via planning documents

Consultant team chosen for Cheshire East framework

Buttress, Purcell, Waterman Group, and Aecom are among the winners on Cheshire East’s three-year construction and property consultancy framework, covering projects including schools, leisure centres, and community buildings.

The £3.8m framework, which runs for three years with the option for a 12-month extension, covers a wide range of disciplines including heritage architecture, structural engineering, quantity surveying, and building services engineering.

As well as Cheshire East council projects, the framework is also open to other developers including the Tatton Estate, and Cheshire East’s development company, Engine of the North, which is developing the 1,700-home Handforth Garden Village.

Split across eight lots, there are two or more winners per lot, which are:

Lot 1 – Architectural services

  • Halliday Meecham Architects
  • Cassidy & Ashton

Lot 2 – Building services engineering

  • Aecom
  • WYG
  • EDP Consulting

Lot 3 – Quantity surveying

  • Currie & Brown
  • Tozer Gallagher
  • Cunliffes

Lot 4 – Structural engineering services

  • Sutcliffe Projects
  • Aecom
  • Woolgar Hunter

Lot 5 – Building surveying services

  • David Trowler
  • Cunliffes
  • Currie & Brown

Lot 6 – Heritage architecture services

  • Buttress
  • Purcell
  • Bernard Taylor Partnership

Lot 7 – CDM Client advisor services

  • David Trowler
  • Green Project Management
  • Lucion Consulting

Lot 8 – Environmental & engineering consultancy services

  • The Environment Partnership
  • Waterman Group
  • RSK

Commenting on his firm’s appointment to the framework, Waterman’s regional director for infrastructure environment John Hughes said: “Our appointment is a key part of our strategy to build a strong and diverse client base and we look forward to working with the Cheshire East team and their partners over the coming years.”

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