Social Housing Bidding Experts

We help you write winning bids with our extensive sector knowledge and bidding expertise that underpin our 86% win rate.

We’ve grown our extensive expertise in winning social housing contracts since 2014, when we first brought together a team of seasoned professionals with backgrounds in housing associations and service providers from across England and Scotland.


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We know Social Housing

Our team is made up of Social Housing experts with backgrounds working in senior positions in housing associations, and in organisations supplying services to them, including mold and damp prevention, construction of new build, maintenance and repairs, and more.

More than £4bn spend per year

It’s estimated that local authorities spend between £4bn and £5bn on social housing maintenance and repairs in any given year. These contracts are awarded via frameworks and tender competitions that are open to organisations of all sizes.

Always growing

There are over 300 local authorities in England alone, owning more than 4.4 million homes. With increased demand for social housing every year, it’s an area that will continue to see increased spend from the Public Sector.

Let's win together

At Bidding Limited, we have worked with construction companies through to plumbing and heating engineering firms to help them win local authority contracts. Our services range from full bid writing through to our annual subscription service – allowing you to take advantage of our services at any point through the year for one single cost.

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"Bidding Limited have really helped me over the past 18 months, offering sage and credible insight to myself and the team. They undertook a strategic review of our bidding activities including strategies, processes, and people – the full bid lifecycle. They also hosted workshops for everyone who touches bidding, to help promote greater understanding of the role of subject matter experts and bid contributors."

Ronan Clancy - Exec Director, The Clancy Group