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At River Clyde Homes we procure a diverse range of goods, works and services which represent significant opportunities for a variety of organisations across the business sector. All of our contracts with a value exceeding £50k are advertised via Public Contracts Scotland (PCS), the Scottish Government's national procurement advertising portal.
Any company wishing to work with River Clyde Homes will require to be registered with PCS. Registering with PCS is free, and will provide companies with the opportunity to bid for works from public bodies all over Scotland, not just River Clyde Homes.
Our Procurement Team
The River Clyde Homes Procurement Team is responsible for administering all procurement processes. Our aim is to ensure that we achieve best value for the organisation and our tenants by ensuring that the right companies are awarded RCH contracts, and that our procurement exercises are run in a fair, legal and transparent manner.
If you have any general procurement related enquiries please feel free to contact a member of the team:
If your query relates to a currently advertised tender opportunity, please use the Question & Answer function of the Public Contracts Scotland website to raise this.
Current tender opportunities
To view River Clyde Homes’ current tender opportunities simply visit the River Clyde Homes Buyers Profile on the Public Contracts Scotland (PCS) website and simply click on the ‘Current Contract Notices’ tab.
You can record your interest in any of the opportunities listed by clicking on the title of the contract and following the instructions provided. Once you have recorded an interest, you will be able to gain access to the The European Single Procurement Document (ESPD) or Tender document which will contain instructions on how to proceed.
Our Procurement Strategy sets out how we intend to ensure that our procurement activity delivers value for money whilst ensuring regulatory compliance.