Contractors Ardmore and Mulalley have won places on a £137m London affordable housing framework alongside developers and housing associations.
Both firms will work in joint ventures with developers – Ardmore with First Base and Mulalley with One Housing Group – on the framework, which covers housing projects in the South Kilburn area of London.
The other partners on the framework are developer London and Quadrant as well as housing association groups Genesis Housing, Network Housing and Catalyst Housing.
Up to 1,800 homes will be developed under the four year agreement as part of the area’s regeneration plan, being overseen by the London Borough of Brent.
There are currently 11 sites earmarked for development including Cambridge & Wells Courts, Bronte House, Fielding House, Wordsworth House, Durham Court, and the Queens Park Roundabout site.
The development of these sites is expected to create more space for future housing developments.