London accommodation management framework worth £305m opens

25th September 2019

The Home Office are looking for a provider for an accommodation management service in London valued at £305 million.


The Home Office is seeking to fulfil the UK’s obligations to provide assistance to adult victims of human trafficking, detailed in Articles 11 and 12 of the Council of Europe Convention on Action Against Trafficking in Human Beings (ECAT) and is procuring a new contract to provide care for adult victims of modern slavery in England and Wales. Through this contract accommodation, support and assistance will be provided to potential victims of modern slavery and human trafficking to assist in their recovery. this framework will cover:

  • support services: providing accommodation or outreach support depending on the needs of victims — 24 hour referral services,
  • for first responders to refer potential victims requiring immediate support ahead of making a full referral into the National Referral Mechanism,
  • transport: of victims and their dependants,
  • translation and interpretation: to ensure that victims have the information they need in a language they understand,
  • subsistence: a means of providing financial support to victims,
  • reach in support services: for confirmed victims after leaving the main support service to aid the transition back in to society.

The duration of this contract is 5 years with the option to extend by a further 3.


Those interested in submitting a tender for this framework must do so by 13 November.



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