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Race starts for £500m London design-and-build housing framework

Property group A2Dominion has set out plans for a four-year £500m framework for housing and development across London and the South-east.

The framework will include predominantly new-build works for the residential property group, primarily mixed-tenure residential schemes, but may also include refurbishment works and associated non-residential works, such as schools and highways.

A2Dominion will look to appoint a minimum of 15 and a maximum of 30 contractors to the framework, which is not divided into lots.

Deals awarded through the framework will be primarily JCT 2011 Design and Build contracts, and will range across both high and low density residential projects, projects related to listed buildings, and projects located in areas of special environmental interest.

Bespoke building contracts, joint venture arrangements or other bespoke arrangements may also be used during the framework’s four-year duration.

Works will take place across London and the South-east, including Surrey, West Sussex, Hampshire, Berkshire, and Oxfordshire, although there is the potential that certain sites may be procured outside these core areas.

In total, A2Dominion expects the framework to be worth £500m over its duration.

Projects that A2Dominion has commissioned in the past include City Wharf in Hackney; Queen’s Wharf in Hammersmith; Gunmakers Wharf in Bow; and Carlton House in Putney.

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