The five-year deal with Willmott Dixon worth £45m was ripped-up after just eight months in April because it was “not meeting either parties’ expectations.”
Willmott Dixon continued repair work while the trust looked for a new contractor.
And now the rival trio have been appointed on a short-term deal while the hunt for a permanent replacement continues.
Andy Belton, Chief Operating Officer, Notting Hill Housing Trust, told the Enquirer: “Notting Hill Housing Trust has agreed short-term arrangements with Lovell, Mears and Wates, with each company taking over part of the responsive repairs contract for a period of up to 12 months.
“We expect to tender and appoint long-term contracts in 2013.”