The LDP2 runs for the next four years and could be worth up to £20bn as it accelerates construction of new homes on public land.
The single-lot framework contains a mix of developers, house builders, contractors and Registered Providers of Social Housing.
The winners are:
- A2 Dominion
- Be Living
- Berkeley Group
- Engie Consortium (Engie, HUB and Delancey)
- Galliford Try
- Hadley Property Group
- London & Quadrant Housing Trust
- Morgan Sindall Consortium (Morgan Sindall, Muse and Lovell)
- Native Land
- Notting Hill Genesis
- Pinnacle Group
- Prospect House Consortium (Stanhope, Network Homes and Laing O’Rourke)
- Swan Igloo Consortium (Swan Housing Association and Igloo)
- Telford Homes
- U + I
- United Living
The framework can be used by public landowners for sites in Greater London, providing a streamlined and efficient method for selecting development partners for their sites.
Jason Margrave, Quintain’s Executive Director of Development, said: “Our selection to this panel is recognition of our leading role in mixed-use regeneration and in particular the build-to-rent sector, creating over 7,000 new homes in Wembley Park.
“Our appointment to this new panel presents an exciting opportunity to help set the agenda for mixed-use placemaking and housing in the capital, as we ourselves look to expand our London portfolio.
“We look forward to working closely with City Hall and public land owners to make an important contribution to London’s housing market and deliver crucial new projects across the capital.”
Sam Hockman, Divisional COO (South) for ENGIE’s Places & Communities business, said: “Our consortium, which consists of ENGIE, HUB and Delancey, offers panel users something unique with a full capability covering design and placemaking, together with a long-term vision for sustainable futures and unparalleled depth and breadth of investment and management capability.
“ENGIE’s ambition is to be instrumental in creating sustainable places which make a real difference to people’s lives; so, we are excited to be a part of the next panel and to be able to offer something new and something different for London.”
Matthew Weiner, CEO of U+I, said: “Developing unused and underused public-sector land is key to delivering the homes and facilities Londoners need.
“We’re proud to be named a member of the LDP, giving us a unique and exciting opportunity to unlock this untapped potential across the capital.
“We have long been advocates of Public Private Partnerships as a means of releasing sites for development whilst ensuring that assets are retained in public ownership.”