Galliford Try has entered into agreements with affordable housing group Affinity Sutton to acquire and develop two sites for a total of 296 homes in the south east of England.
The regeneration of the Ramsden Estate in Orpington, Kent, will see 111 new homes provided, 53 for private sale and 58 affordable homes.
Meanwhile, 185 new homes will be provided by the regeneration of the Wilmington Estate in Haywards Heath, West Sussex. 114 homes for sale together with 71 affordable homes for social rent will be provided through a mixture of houses and apartments.
Galliford Try chief executive Greg Fitzgerald said: “We are delighted to build on our strong relationship with the Affinity Sutton Group to carry out these two significant developments.
“We are already working with Affinity Sutton on the long term development of the 800 homes net carbon neutral scheme at Graylingwell Park in Chichester in partnership with the Homes and Communities Agency. The agreement now entered into underlines Galliford Try’s commitment to partnering with leading registered social landlords to deliver both affordable housing stock and private homes for sale.”