Selling to the Council

Find out:

If you require more information having read these pages, please contact the procurement unit.

Contract register

The Wandsworth Council contract register lists contracts held between the Council and vendors.

Social Value

The Public Services (Social Value) Act 2012 places a legal obligation on public bodies to consider 'Social Value' in the commissioning and procurement of Service contracts. 

To support this approach, we have developed the Social Value Toolkit to align ourselves to the National Themes Outcomes and Measures (TOMs) framework.

We are open to developing Wandsworth specific Social Value themes, outcomes and measures, and any suggestions should, in the first instance, be sent to


You can see an example of Social Value that has been delivered in our Library and Heritage Services Case Study.

Data Quality Policy and Standards

Having worked with the London Office of Technology and Innovation, we have adopted the following Policy and Standards which requires, wherever permitted by the General Data Protection Regulations, all other relevant data protection legislation, and where we have control and rightful permission to use the data. Council contractors are required to ensure compliance with the following Data Quality Policy and Data Standards.

For more information:

Low Carbon Procurement Policy and Toolkit

We have a Low Carbon Procurement Policy and Toolkit to explain when and where considerations for addressing and reducing carbon emissions should be considered during the procurement process.

Disability Confident Employer

The councils of Richmond and Wandsworth are Disability Confident Employers. Disability Confident organisations play a leading role in changing attitudes for the better. They change behaviour and culture in their own organisations, networks and communities, reaping the benefits of inclusive recruitment practices. This means making a commitment to recruit and retain disabled people and reflecting this in all job adverts. It demonstrates to all potential candidates that we are an inclusive employer, and we seek to address any barriers that may prevent or deter disabled people from applying for posts. We ensure other opportunities that might lead to employment such as apprenticeships are also available to disabled people.

We ensure all employees have sufficient disability equality awareness, taking into account their role within the organisation. Disability equality training explores the concept of people being disabled by society's barriers and attitude. Managers and supervisors will need to understand how to support their disabled staff to realise their full potential.

As a disability confident employer, we aim to provide an environment that is inclusive and accessible for all staff, clients, and customers. We also aim to provide a culture where employees feel safe to share their disability or long-term health conditions, feeling confident they will be supported by creating a positive message and challenging any negative images or prejudicial statements.

We aim to encourage our suppliers and partner firms to reflect the values we display by considering a commitment to becoming disability confident employers themselves by signing up to the scheme.

Related websites

Contact us