Procurement Routes

Aran are an approved provider for several public sector frameworks and dynamic purchasing systems.  Frameworks help reduce the complexity of procurement by offering an open, fair and transparent service. They are designed to ensure ease of access and offer a compliant route to contract.

Efficiency North (EN): Procure Gen-4

Aran are an approved provider on the EN: Procure Gen-4 framework for installations, repairs and maintenance. The procurement arm of social housing consortium Efficiency North has recently launched the next iteration of its Installation and Repairs Framework across 36 lots for social housing projects and other public sector owned buildings including solid wall insulation, loft and cavity wall insulation, solar PV and whole house retrofit.


London and South East Procurement (LHC) and Consortium Procurement Construction (CPC)

Aran was appointed to LHC and CPC’s Energy Efficiency Framework to deliver a number of energy efficiency improvements including loft, cavity wall and solid wall insulation. This Energy Efficiency Measures & Associated Works framework (N8) allows local authorities, social landlords and other public sector bodies to source specialist suppliers for the installation of 21 energy efficiency measures and associated works delivered through two workstreams.

Fully OJEU compliant, the framework is suitable for low, medium and high-rise housing schemes, schools and colleges and all other types of public sector buildings.


Action on Energy

Cambridge City Council procured Aran as one of 5 companies to their Action on Energy Framework. Action on Energy Cambridgeshire is a partnership between Cambridgeshire County Council, Cambridge City Council, East Cambridgeshire District Council, Fenland District Council, Huntingdonshire District Council and South Cambridgeshire District Council.

This framework provides Councils across Suffolk with a simple route to procurement to improve the energy efficiency of homes across the county and it also allows Aran to support Cambridgeshire’s vision to achieve net zero by 2045.

Suffolk Energy Action Framework

Suffolk County Council procured Aran as one of 6 companies to deliver retrofitting to domestic sector properties across the whole of Suffolk on behalf of the local authority members of the Suffolk Climate Change Partnership (SCCP). This framework will provide Suffolk local authorities with the ability to manage the installation of high-quality domestic energy efficiency and low carbon heat and renewables measures, and access sector-relevant funding or finance to benefit Suffolk households and reduce emissions.