The biggest contract worth £24.3m is to build 221 affordable homes in Watermill Lane, Enfield for Origin Housing.
The design and build contract, includes 128 key worker homes, 16 houses and 77 flats for the affordable housing market and 256 sq m of office space.
Work on site starts in mid August and is due to finish in May 2013.
Galliford’s framework deal with Yorkshire Council in the East Riding has paid off with a £14m bundle of work for 137 new homes in Bridlington as part of the Government’s new programme of direct funding to local authorities.
Most of the homes are to be built to Code for Sustainable Homes Level 4 and form part of the council’s commitment to significantly increase its stock of affordable housing by 2011.
Galliford Try will also be carrying out a development worth £11.7 million in Barne Barton, Plymouth. This includes 91 affordable homes for the Devon & Cornwall Housing Association, supported by a £5 million investment by the Homes and Community Agency, made through the National Affordable Housing Programme.
All are to be built to the Code for Sustainable Homes Level 4 and are scheduled to be completed by March 2012.