Membership

Take advantage of our free membership scheme to improve the efficiency of your organisation

TPPL membership is available to Local Authorities and the wider public sector free of charge, and joining is easy. Once registered, you will have access to all of our procurement solutions, including a broad range of comprehensive framework agreements and consultancy services.

As a TPPL member you will receive:

  • Free membership
  • No obligations to use our solutions
  • Compliance with PCR2015 regulations
  • The very best value for money with preferential discount terms
  • Wide range of fleet products ranging from cars to heavy goods vehicles, grounds maintenance equipment, plant machinery and handheld tools.
  • Building materials and related services, including modular residential and commercial accommodation.
  • Ongoing support from your appointed Business Development Manager throughout your procurement
  • Easy access to quotations through mini competitions

Who joins TPPL?

  • UK Local Authorities
  • Registered Providers of Social Housing
  • NHS Trusts
  • Education Organisations
  • Fire Authorities
  • Town and Parish Council
  • Charities
  • Leisure Trusts

It’s easy to join, click on the button below to complete our membership request form. We’ll respond to your request for membership within 2 working days. Start saving time and money today!

250+

Over 250 market leading suppliers. More suppliers appointed to TPPL solutions than market average leading to high levels of competition.

£500k

Over £500k of fees generated per annum paid back into the public purse.

1,000+

Over 1,000 further competitions managed on behalf of members per annum.

Saving you time, money and hassle with specialist compliant procurement.

As a leading public sector procurement organisation and supplier of compliant framework agreements, our members have access to a range of vehicles and products at market-leading prices backed by the expertise to support you every step of the way.

Case Studies

Achieving significant cost savings for Cottsway Housing

Achieving significant cost savings for Cottsway Housing

Cottsway Housing provide homes for over 10,000 customers via rent and shared ownership, with a repairs and maintenance workforce of over 40 people. Cottsway have a substantial ongoing requirement for building materials to support repairs to their housing stock of over 5,000 properties – amounting to £1.5 Million per annum. They had an existing contract … Continued
Driving down costs and implementing operational efficiencies through a successful re-tendering strategy

Driving down costs and implementing operational efficiencies through a successful re-tendering strategy

Vivid Homes is one of the one of the largest providers of affordable homes and housing-related services in the south of England. Having expanded in 2016, they had a requirement to double their fleet size with a higher level of efficiency, whilst ensuring full compliance was met and maximising cost control.  They engaged TPPL to … Continued
Managing complex vehicle requirements to deliver a transparent and compliant route to market

Managing complex vehicle requirements to deliver a transparent and compliant route to market

Clarion Housing Group comprises of the country’s largest housing association, Clarion Housing, with 125,000 homes nationwide, part of the group is Clarion Response which is the repair and maintenance arm of the Group. The services provided by Clarion Response have grown significantly in recent years and with it a large variety of complex vehicle procurement … Continued
Supporting carbon neutral objectives via seamless procurement of electric vehicle charging points

Supporting carbon neutral objectives via seamless procurement of electric vehicle charging points

Newcastle City Council implemented a climate change strategy in 2018 with aspirations to become carbon neutral by 2030. As a result, the authority has committed to the procurement of electric vehicles via an electric by default policy – meaning all new cars and small vans will be electric powered as opposed to diesel. The procurement process … Continued
Simple efficient process to successfully procure refuse vehicles

Simple efficient process to successfully procure refuse vehicles

North Warwickshire Borough Council had a requirement to procure three 26ft refuse collection vehicles for green waste to replace three existing ones that were at the end of their life span. The Council needed a simplistic yet efficient process to replace their existing model of using small suppliers which was arduous, time consuming and difficult. … Continued
Meeting electric vehicle procurement goals through technical knowledge and expertise

Meeting electric vehicle procurement goals through technical knowledge and expertise

Oxfordshire County Council has very specific and ad hoc vehicle requirements to facilitate a wide range of services delivered. Having been one of TPPL’s members since 2012, they have been supplied with a wide range of cars, vans, medium commercials buses and HGV’s. Currently, TPPL run tenders on their behalf; help with the evaluations and … Continued
Delivering single-step access to quality building materials at competitive costs

Delivering single-step access to quality building materials at competitive costs

South Holland Council own and manage over 4,000 social housing homes in the UK and have a significant maintenance and repairs team to support their requirements. As a result, their need to get quick and easy access to a full range of quality building materials on an ongoing basis is particularly high. In addition, they … Continued