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Galliford Try wins two housing contracts worth £61m

Galliford Try has scooped two housing contracts worth a combined total of £61m.

The two contract wins include a £45m care village in High Wycombe and a £16m 116-home development in Birmingham.

The care home in High Wycombe will be built on behalf of ExtraCare Charitable Trust and will include the construction of 260 flats as well as health and leisure facilities.

The Birmingham Municipal Housing Trust contracts will see a 116-home development constructed in the north of the city, including 58 affordable homes.

The two contract wins come as Galliford Try announced it has been selected on two major housing frameworks in London and Yorkshire.

North Yorkshire County Council’s Extra Care Housing Programme Framework has an anticipated value of up to £650m over a six-year period, with a potential four-year extension, and features six named contractors in total.

The second framework is the Hyde Housing Group Main Contractor Framework Agreement with an overall value of £1bn.

Galliford Try chief executive Peter Truscott (pictured) said: “Our partnerships business is rapidly turning into a real success story and these latest contracts demonstrate the trust that clients have in partnerships to deliver the homes they need across a range of different housing types and tenures.”

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