Firm wins £38m job to build over 200 homes and a primary school for housing association Newlon in north London
Construction giant Galliford Try has won a £38m job to build over 200 homes and a primary school for housing association Newlon in north London.
Galliford’s Partnerships business has won the contract to build the 222-home development on the Brook House site in Tottenham.
The firm said construction will start in June with completion expected in the middle of 2015.
Galliford Try chief executive Greg Fitzgerald said the firm’s track record in regeneration projects meant it was “contractor of choice” for this type of project.
“We are delighted that Newlon have chosen us to go ahead … We look forward to working with Newlon to build these community facilities that will bring considerable benefit to the area.”