Galliford Try has won a £38m contract to build new homes and a school on the site of a former factory in Tottenham, north London.
Housing association Newlon Housing Trust appointed Galliford Try’s partnerships business to deliver the £38m regeneration project on the Brook House site in Tottenham.
The project will see the creation of 222 new homes as one, two and three-bed apartments on the site of the former Cannon Rubber factory.
Commercial space and a two-form entry primary school for 420 pupils will also be built on the site.
Construction is set to commence in June, with completion expected to be achieved in mid-2015.
Galliford Try chief executive Greg Fitzgerald said: “Our record in regeneration projects means we are recognised as a contractor of choice, and we are delighted that Newlon have chosen us to go ahead with this significant project.
“We look forward to working with Newlon to build these community facilities that will bring considerable benefit to the area.”