Introduction to the Framework

This SWPA framework has been developed to provide an efficient, value for money procurement route for local authorities, social landlords and other public sector bodies to source specialist manufacturers for the supply of domestic and inclusive kitchens.

Procurement guide - PDF

Types of Properties


  • Single occupier and multiple occupier dwellings – houses, flats and residential including those requiring mobility solutions
  • Common areas of residential blocks
  • Low, medium and high-rise residential homes including those with vulnerable persons
  • Managed residential blocks


  • Care homes and sheltered accommodation
  • Commercial office buildings, central or local housing team offices, halls and day care centres
  • Municipal buildings such as libraries, sports halls, museums etc
  • Other public buildings such as conference centres and other commercial buildings



  • Educational buildings such as universities, schools and colleges
  • Research establishments
  • Hospitals/hospital-related properties, Health centres and GP surgeries
  • Emergency services buildings


Kitchen Styles

Kitchen Units are available in a choice of 3 tiers reflecting different cost points to suit the clients environment.


Price conscious range 

Limited selection of styles in plain and wood effect designs 



Classic and modern designs 

Premium quality worktops 

LED lighting


Highest range offered 

Includes classic designs such as panelised or shaker designs 

Premium quality worktops 

Soft close mechanisms on doors and drawer frontals 

LED and concealed lighting

Inclusive Kitchens

A range of inclusive kitchens is offered for tenants with additional needs which follows the 3 tier bands above.

These will include worktop adaptations with electrical or mechanical rise and fall capabilities to ensure the end user has maximum functionality. Wall units with variable height access with innovated storage solutions, base units with high line plinths for wheelchair access and lastly energy efficient appropriately rated white goods that are user friendly for tenants with additional support needs. 

Worktop Styles

  • Range of 30/40mm moisture resistant worktops
  • Alternative options including quartz, laminate and timber
  • Rise and fall worktop ranges for inclusive kitchens
  • Matching upstands
  • Backboards/splashbacks
  • Trims and edgings
  • All worktops meet the requirements of BS EN 312:2010 (Type P3) and BS EN 6222-3:2017 (Type 1 & Type 2).


  • Product design and advice services
  • Mood boards and sample products to aid tenant design selection
  • Assistance with tenant design choice sessions
  • User guide for materials
  • Design Surveys and drawings
  • Quotations

Appointed Companies for K7

-- Benchmarx Kitchens and Joinery 
-- Joinery & Timber Creations (65)
-- Magnet Kitchens

-- Moores Furniture Group
-- Paula Rosa Manhattan (Dennis & Robinson Ltd)


SWPA Lifetime Values

In addition to providing our clients with competitively tendered Framework Agreements for building works, goods, and services SWPA is committed to delivering tangible social value and community benefits in meeting local and regional needs. SWPA work with our clients and appointed companies to ensure that wherever possible projects delivered using our Frameworks leave a social legacy.

SWPA has aligned its activities to create the SWPA Lifetime Values, which uses the 4 key value capitals as identified in the value toolkit by the Construction Innovation Hub.

During the life of the Framework SWPA will work with clients and appointed companies to promote, identify, implement, and monitor the impact of these value categories, which could be supported by social value and community benefit initiatives alongside the delivery of the works or service contracts in meeting local and regional needs.

Contact SWPA for more information on this framework

Call us on 01895 274800 Email

This framework is valid until 31st August 2026

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