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East Thames appoints 19 firms to £200m housing framework

Housing Association East Thames has confirmed the appointment of 19 contractors to its £200 million new build framework.

The deal is split between two lots, with nine appointed to the sub £5m category and ten firms winning places on the lot for jobs worth over £5m.

Higgins, Bramall Construction, Countryside Properties, Breyer Group, Mansell, Wates and Hill Partnerships secured places on both lots of the framework.

Kier Eastern and Lakehouse were selected for the sub £5m lot only and Durkan, Willmott Dixon and Mulalley complete the over £5m lot.

Between them the contractors will deliver around 1,000 new homes across East London and Essex over the next five years.

East Thames Assistant Director Kevin O’Reilly said: “Developing a framework for our new build works will ensure we have access to proven, quality contractors at a competitive price. It will enable us to operate efficiently to deliver 1,000 new homes in the next five years, and drive real value for money.

“The successful partners were chosen after we considered their experience, quality assurance and competitive pricing. We’re confident that all partners in the framework will help us deliver quality affordable homes and much-needed training opportunities for local people.”

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