Contract wins include health and social care centre and three affordable housing schemes

Galliford Try has secured £56m in new developments across London.

The housebuilder and contractor said its Partnerships business had been appointed to deliver projects providing in excess of £56m of new developments in Greater London.

The projects include a £27m health and social care centre in White City for West London LIFT, part of the Fulcrum Infrastructure Management group of companies, Notting Hill Home Ownership and Hammersmith & Fulham Primary Care Trust.

The scheme will also include 170 mixed tenure apartments and further community facilities.

The firm has also won three new affordable housing developments, including an £8.1m 60-home mixed tenure project in the Aylesbury Estate area of South London for London and Quadrant.

The firm also bagged the £10.4m St Edmunds Terrace development in North London for The Guinness Partnership, which features a mix of 64 affordable homes and private sale homes

The third scheme comprises the Three Colts Lane scheme in Tower Hamlets, which will see 67 mixed tenure homes provided for Peabody with a contract value of £10.7m.

Galliford Try Greg Fitzgerald chief executive said: “The track record of the business goes before it and we look forward to working with our partners to develop the high quality public buildings and affordable housing that these communities are asking for.”