Training Estate and Land Management Services

This agreement offers the provision of training estate services. The primary customer is intended to be the Ministry of Defence (MoD), its agencies including Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO) and other UK public sector bodies who have requirements to use and maintain training estates.

The range of services required by training estates include, but are not limited to:

  • building and facilities management services
  • construction work
  • cleaning and sanitation services
  • refuse and waste related services
  • guarding services
  • catering
  • retail and leisure services
  • land management services including forestry services
  • management of archaeological sites and special sites of scientific interest
  • booking and allocation of ranges and training areas
  • other administration services.

You can find out more about the DIO’s training estate.

The current focus of the lot is domestic UK services, but the option to procure international services will be explored.

We will test the potential for a further lot to support generic land, estate and forestry management services for the public sector through the market engagement for this commercial agreement.

Supplier engagement

The training estate requirement can be unique, and the largest user of training estate services is the MoD.  DIO manage the training estate on behalf of the MoD.

To provide a better understanding of the services required by the market and how the training estate is used, we held a supplier engagement event on Thursday 4 July 2019.

If you have any further questions you can email trainingestate@crowncommercial.gov.uk and reference ‘ RM6155 Training Estate and Land Management Services’.

Important links

Prior Information Notice (PIN) Read PIN
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Timelines

Activity Estimated dates
Pre-market engagement June/July 2019
Drafting procurement documents August 2019
Publication of OJEU September 2019
Framework award February 2020