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LWE accepted onto YPO DPS

  • 19 July 2015
  • John Caldon

London Warrant Enforcement (LWE) Is pleased to announce we have been accepted onto the Yorkshire Procurement Organisation (YPO) Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS), we have gone through the mandatory, selection and establishment requirements and have achieved a score of 100% quality mark set against a strict criteria outlined by the Purchasing System tender process for use by the public sector in regard to enforcement services under the Taking Control of Goods Regulations.

What is a Dynamic Purchasing System?

The Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) is a procedure available for contracts for works, services and goods commonly available on the market. As a procurement tool, it has some aspects that are similar to an electronic framework agreement, but where new suppliers can join at any time. However, it has its own specific set of requirements. It is to be run as a completely electronic process, and should be set up using the restricted procedure and some other conditions (as set out in Regulation 34 of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015). Contracting authorities, including central purchasing bodies, may set up a DPS. The DPS should be set up for identified types of requirement, which may be divided into categories of products, works or services.

Who are YPO?

YPO is the UK’s largest public sector buying organisation which last year celebrated 40 years in business.

The organisation, based in Wakefield, dates back to 1915, when it started life as West Riding County Supplies, and became YPO in 1974.

It is owned by 13 local authorities and is a member of the Pro5 group of buying organisations which has a combined purchasing power of £2bn a year. It is estimated that to date, YPO has contributed over £105m to the public purse.

Their frameworks are compliant with the latest public procurement legislation, providing protection and peace of mind to those members using their approved suppliers. The YPO Framework will allow Local Authorities to comprise and appoint Enforcement Agencies across England & Wales by simplifying the tender process to a minimal level, cutting resources and costs which local authorities could incur through full tender.

What does this mean for LWE?

LWE have proven that by their 100% achievement that they are a quality provider of enforcement services to local authorities. With this LWE is keen to provide high quality service to new and existing clients and shows great commitment from our team. You can be assured that by selecting LWE to provide these services for National Non-Domestic Rate, Council Tax, High Court Enforcement, Road Traffic and Sundry Debt Recovery, all cases will be handled by masters proficient in this field, protecting the local authorities reputation at all times whilst achieving unsurpassed collection rates.

If you wish to enlist our service through the YPO framework please contact us on 020 7608 5677 or E-mail us at

Additionally you can contact YPO directly using the following link

Enforcement Agency Services DPS

Please click here to access details of YPO’s new Enforcement Agency Services Dynamic Purchasing System for debt collection services which went live on 1 April 2015. This provides access to an OJEU compliant route to market for Public Sector organisations in England and Wales.