The biggest project which is in the HCA’s southern region is worth £18.4m and will see Galliford Try subsidiary Midas Homes build 137 homes and a commercial unit in Camborne, Cornwall.
All homes will be built to Code for Sustainable Homes Level 4 with work starting on site in July 2011.
From the central regional panel, Galliford Try has been appointed preferred bidder on Birmingham Public Land Initiative South, a £9m project for Birmingham City Council which involves building 79 homes.
Each home will again be built to Level 4 of the Code for Sustainable Homes with work starting in March 2011.
Finally in the north, Galliford Try has secured a £2.5m contract to build 25 affordable homes and homes for older people in Carlisle Street, Gateshead for Gateshead Borough Council.
Work will start on site in March with expected completion in Spring 2012.
Galliford Try chief executive Greg Fitzgerald said: “Securing these three projects across the three Delivery Partner Panel regions demonstrates the value of our position on the Homes and Communities Agency’s Delivery Partner Panel.”
Steve Carr, head of economics and new business at the Homes and Communities Agency said: “The Delivery Partner Panel is helping to ensure the whole procurement process is more efficient and cost effective for both the HCA and other organisations using the panel.
“We have received extremely positive feedback and with the procurement process being fast-tracked, public sector organisations are able to make substantial project cost savings by choosing to select developers through the panel rather than follow a traditional procurement route.”