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Galliford Try, ISG, Robertson and Wates among £1bn Home Group housing framework winners

Seventeen contractors have scooped places on a £1bn framework for housing association Home Group.

The framework is broken up into seven regional lots: North-east; Cumbria; Yorkshire & Humber; London; South-east; South-west; and Scotland.

Esh Construction, Gus Robinson Developments, Keepmoat and Wates Construction have all secured a place on lot one for the North-east.

Esh Construction and Keepmoat have also bagged places on lot two for Cumbria along with Lovell Partnerships and Robertson Group.

Lot three winners for works around Yorkshire & Humber are: Esh Construction, Keepmoat, Strategic Team Group and Wates Construction.

Durkan, Galliford Try, Hill Partnerships and Rydon Construction have scooped places on lot four for London.

Hill Partnerships has also won a place on lot five for the South-east, along with ISG, Lovell Partnerships and Mulalley and Company.

Lot six winners for works around the South-west are: Bugler Developments, Hill Partnerships, Lovell Partnerships and Rydon Construction.

CCG (Scotland), Cruden Building & Renewals, Merchant Homes Partnerships and Robertson Group have landed lot seven for Scotland.

Home Group may re-enter the market for large joint ventures or projects that need specialist contractors.

CCG (Scotland), Esh Construction, Keepmoat and Lovell Partnerships also scooped places on a £280m framework with Scottish social landlord Link Group.

The four contractors all won a spot on the framework along with 10 other firms in October and will build affordable housing across the central belt of Scotland and Argyll and Bute areas.

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