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Galliford Try signs £56m of London deals

Galliford Try has secured contracts for £56m of work in London, the company announced today.

The group’s Partnerships business has reached financial close on a £27m development in White City for the West London LIFT partnership – which includes Fulcrum Infrastructure Management, Notting Hill Home Ownership and Hammersmith and Fulham Primary Care Trust.

Galliford Try will build a new health and social care centre, 170 mixed tenure apartments and further community facilities.

The Partnerships business has also signed deals for three new affordable housing developments in the capital.

London and Quadrant has appointed the company to build a 60 home mixed tenure project in the Aylesbury Estate area of South London, a deal worth £8.1m.

The Guinness Partnership has signed Galliford Try up for a scheme including 64 affordable and private sales homes in North London, worth £10.4m.

And Peabody has appointed the company to deliver a 67 home scheme in Three Colts Lane, worth £10.7m.

Galliford Try chief executive Greg Fitzgerald said:  “We are delighted at the success of our Partnerships brand in winning these significant contracts within the Greater London area.

“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.”

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