The consortium made up of a three-way partnership between Octavia Housing, Origin Housing and Shepherds Bush Housing Group, has signed up most of the key London players with a dozen firms on its books to deliver projects valued at over £10m and 14 selected for smaller schemes.
Newcomers to the framework include: Ardmore, Mulalley, Midgard, Bouygues and Kier. While Allenbuild, Rydon, Wates and Willmott Dixon were among the bigger players to drop out from the previous panel of firms.
Connected Contractors Framework winners
Projects valued over £10m (Total Value £130m): Ardmore Construction; Hill Partnerships; Vistry Partnerships; Mulalley and Company; HG Construction; Midgard; Durkan; Bouygues; United Living; Higgins Construction; Lovell Partnerships; Kier Construction
Projects valued £4.5m – £12m (Total spend £175m): Glenman Corporation; Sandwood Design and Build; Parrott Construction; Rooff; Jarvis Contracting; Thomas Sinden; Mears; Guildmore; Taylor French Developments; Jerram Falkus Construction; Kind & Co (Builders); Saltash Enterprises; NFC Homes; Bugler Developments
Steve Leakey, Managing Director of Higgins said, “We are pleased once again to be appointed to this framework and look forward to working with The Connected Partnership to deliver its significant development programme to build genuinely affordable, high-quality homes for London.
“We are very proud to have secured a ranking of second place out of the twelve successful bidders.
The Connected Partnership focuses primarily on new build accommodation for private rent, private sale, intermediate, shared ownership and affordable rent through both Connected-led and Section 106 schemes.