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Public Sector & Healthcare

Public Sector & Healthcare

Our most recent analysis shows we have advised 78% of local authorities and 64% of NHS regional boards in Scotland in the last 3 years, proving we are a trusted advisor to this sector.

Projects are wide ranging and include:

  • Agency and disposals
  • Securing funding for new schemes for local authorities and development agencies
  • Providing economic, feasibility and sectoral studies
  • Masterplanning and development frameworks
  • Valuations on the development potential of sites and planning permission for change of use

CCS Brochure front coverPublic sector organisations can employ Ryden through the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) Estates Professional Services (RM3816) Framework Agreement. 

Ryden can be employed through two Lots:

Lot 2g Scotland
Appoint Ryden quickly and simply through the Scottish regional Lot guaranteeing competitive fixed rates.

Lot 1 National
Ryden is also part of the Regional Agent Partnership (RAP) led by Sanderson Weatherall,

Using CCS to employ Ryden helps make your procurement process quicker and simpler.

For more information on how to employ Ryden through CCS contact: CCS Framework Manager.

To register as a public sector buyer with CCS visit:

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Scottish Fire & Rescue

  • The Scottish Fire & Rescue service brought us in to review their estate following the merger of the eight former regional fire services.
  • Research Partner Mark Robertson worked with colleagues in agency, building consultancy, planning and valuation to provide a detailed estates review and option appraisal.
  • This is being used to identify disposals and generate funding for developing a fit-for-purpose estate.

Murray Royal Hospital, Tayside

  • In 2013 our planning team won a significant tender through the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) to prepare a masterplan for a 9.3 hectare former hospital site owned by NHS Tayside.
  • The masterplanning exercise was completed in June 2014.  The process involved extensive consultation with key stakeholders including Perth & Kinross Council, Historic Environment Scotland and the local community.
  • Redevelopment options considered included, residential use, hotel and leisure facilities, and a variety of community led initiatives.