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West of England to set up £250m housing delivery framework

Bristol City Council is looking to set up a delivery panel, worth up to £250 million, covering the development of affordable housing for four local authorities in the West of England.

The delivery panel will develop and deliver schemes across Bath and North-east Somerset, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire as well as in Bristol.

Three of the five lots up for grabs cover development of affordable housing and are worth £50m each while the other sizeable lot on offer covers development and management of extra care housing.

The panel will operate for four years with a review after two years. Procurement of this framework is scheduled to begin on 16 September.