Insight and Events

For social landlords who need to improve spend performance and efficiency, our total procurement solution delivers cashable and non-cashable savings through category expertise, supply chain management and end to end contract support.

Here at PfH, we offer an end to end support solution for all of your procurement needs. Encompassing a diverse range of frameworks, consultancy, technology and energy services we provide a bespoke level of service for each of our Members based on their individual needs and expectations.

2019: The year of the electric fleet?

Businesses have never been under more pressure to run cleaner, more cost-effective vehicles, but with rapid advances in technology and products, switching to electrification has never been easier.
20th February 2019/by Abbie Green

Knowledge Transfer Partnership with Liverpool University

The PfH & KTP partnership has helped PfH to automate the categorisation of purchases made by PfH members, drilling right down into their spend data.
22nd October 2018/by Abbie Green

Beating the rise in fuel cost

As fuel prices have risen for what is now the thirteenth week running and show no sign of slowing down, it’s at times like these that it can feel impossible to reign in the cost of running a light commercial vehicle fleet.
5th October 2018/by Amy Dean

Are you a good customer?

Recent events in the construction and housing sectors, such as the collapse of Carillion and the tragic events at Grenfell, have led Steve Malone, MD at PfH, to consider the viability of housings long-term business plans and whether we are being good customers.
14th September 2018/by Lucinda Wood

Fire Door Safety

PFH have been following recent developments with the Grenfell enquiry and wanted to issue the following statement to Members who may have concerns relating to fire doors and associated works within their properties.
14th August 2018/by Amy Dean

Buying purely on price, always costs more – here’s why

Businesses in all sectors will continue to look for ways to reduce their costs. Sometimes budget conscious managers will say that prices paid for supplies are too high and they assume that price is correlated with cost, believing that a drop in purchase price will lead to reductions in costs.
25th July 2018/by Amy Dean