Contractor’s partnerships business wins £60m of contracts and framework roles
Contractor and housebuilder Galliford Try has won £60m of contracts in its social housing “partnerships” business and a place on two major framework contracts worth up to £1.65bn.
The contracts include a £45m job to build an extra care village at Hughenden Valley in High Wycombe for the ExtraCare Charitable Trust.
Galliford will also build a 116-home development at Jarvis Road in Birmingham for Birmingham Municipal Housing Trust. The £16 million scheme will create 58 affordable homes and 58 for open market sale.
The two frameworks are a £650m six-year framework for North Yorkshire County Council’s Extra Care Housing Programme, where it is one of six contractors, and a £1bn main contractor framework for Hyde Housing Group, where it features on five out of eight lots.
Peter Truscott, chief executive of Galliford Try, commented: “Our Partnerships business is rapidly turning into a real success story and these latest contracts demonstrate the trust that clients have in Partnerships to deliver the homes they need across a range of different housing types and tenures.”