Corporate report: Future commercial contracts for DfT and partners

British Transport Police Authority

August 21
08:00 2023

DfT and associated bodies listing of future commercial contracts (commercial pipeline)

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The commercial pipeline provides the potential commercial activities typically for the next 18 months to 5 years, between 2024 and 2029, with an anticipated procurement value of 2 million and over. This information is for reference only and this makes no commitment that:

  • the requirements identified in the table will be procured
  • the annual value of any contract will be as stated
  • the timings of any future procurement exercises will be as stated
  • these opportunities will be available to all suppliers

The application approach for these projects has not yet been determined.

Similar listings are available for Network Rail, HS2 and National Highways.

The listing is a requirement of the Sourcing Playbook.

Published 4 March 2021
Last updated 21 August 2023 +show all updates
  1. Commercial pipeline information updated and now includes entries from East West Rail, Northern Lighthouse Board and British Transport Police.

  2. Pipeline updated to reflect the most recent information available, including East West Rail postings, to the Department for Transport.

  3. Pipeline updated to reflect the most recent information available to the Department for Transport.

  4. Updated with the most recent data on contracts available from the Department for Transport.

  5. This document has been removed for review and will be republished as soon as possible.

  6. Amended in line with national procurement policy and July 2021 information, value threshold extended to 2 million and over compared to the previous 10 million and over.

  7. First published.

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