Galliford Try has confirmed it will receive work worth £27 million as part of its work on the second phase of the Gallions Quarter development in Royal Docks, London.
Galliford Try will construct 170 homes in the second phase of the 700-home development, which also includes commercial and retail premises as part of a major regeneration programme of the area commissioned by the London Development Agency
Galliford Try chief executive Greg Fitzgerald said: “We are delighted to have been selected as part of the Notting Hill joint venture by the LDA for what will be a major regeneration of that part of east London.
“This contract is further proof of the success of our Partnerships model which has seen us successfully enter framework agreements with a growing number of housing associations in the South-east in recent months.”
Galliford Try will start construction on the second phase of the project in May 2013.