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Connaught order book hits £1.6bn

Connaught has clinched three Decent Homes contracts worth a total of £105 million to take its order book up to £1.6 billion.

The first contract worth £60 million is a five-year deal for 2010 Rotherham -the designated ALMO for Rotherham City Council.

A five year partnership valued at £25 million with Manchester City Council makes up the second deal and Halton Housing Trust has awarded £20 million worth of work in Cheshire.

Chairman Mark Ticknell said: 'These Decent Homes partnerships further boost the group's platform for growth as well as fortify the group's leading position in the buoyant social housing market, which is expected to be worth approximately £160 billion over the next 16 years.'

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