30 firms win £750m Great Places Housing framework

Aaron Morby 1 year ago
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Great Places Housing Group has placed social value at the heart of selecting firms for its £750m Innovation Chain North framework of contractors.

The firms will deliver new homes across the north of England over the next four years for Great Places and other housing associations in the area.

A mix of contractors have secured places to deliver scheme of over and under 35 homes, plus groundworks and modular solutions.

Innovation Chain North new homes framework
Scheme over 35 homes
West – Cumbria, Lancashire, Merseyside, Greater Manchester, Cheshire, Derbyshire West, Staffordshire Caddick Construction
Carroll Build
Crossfield Construction
Cruden Construction
Engie Regeneration
Hargreaves Contracting
Lovell Partnerships
Mears
Novus Property Solutions
Rowlinson Construction
RP Tyson Construction
Seddon Construction
Termrim Construction
The Casey Group
United Living (North)
Vistry Partnerships
Whitfield & Brown (Developments)
Wiggett Construction
East – Northumberland, Tyne & Wear, Durham, Yorkshire, Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire East Caddick Construction
Engie Regeneration
Esh Construction
Lovell Partnerships
Mears
Seddon Construction
Termrim Construction
The Casey Group
United Living (North)
Vistry Partnerships North West
Under 35 homes
Greater Manchester & Merseyside A Connolly
Carroll Build
Crossfield Construction
Cruden Construction
Engie Regeneration
Hargreaves Contracting
J Greenwood (Builders)
John Southworth Builders
Karmo
Lovell Partnerships
M&Y Maintenance & Const
Mears
Novus Property Solutions
PLP Construction
Ring Stones Maintenance & Const
Rowlinson Construction
RP Tyson Construction
Termrim Construction
The Casey Group
Whitfield & Brown (Developments)
Wiggett Construction
Cheshire, Derbyshire West and Staffordshire A Connolly
Carroll Build
Cruden Construction
Engie Regneration
J Greenwood (Builders)
John Southworth Builders
Karmo
Lovell Partnerships
M&Y Maintenance & Const
Mears
Novus Property Solutions
PLP Construction
Rowlinson Construction
The Casey Group
Whitfield & Brown (Developments)
Wiggett Construction
Lancashire & Cumbria A Connolly
Carroll Build
Crossfield Construction
Cruden Construction
Engie Regeneration
Hargreaves Contracting
J Greenwood (Builders)
John Southworth Builders
Karmo
Lovell Partnerships
M&Y Maintenance & Const
Mears
PLP Construction
Ring Stones Maintenance & Const
Rowlinson Construction
RP Tyson Construction
The Casey Group
Northumberland, Tyne & Wear and Durham Engie Regeneration
Esh Construction
Lovell Partnerships
Mears
Yorkshire (East, West, North) Esh Construction
J Greenwood (Builders)
John Southworth Builders
Lovell Partnerships
Mears
PLP Construction
Termrim Construction
The Casey Group
Wiggett Construction
South Yorkshire, Derbyshire East, North Nottinghamshire & Lincolnshire Esh Construction
Gelder
Lovell Partnerships
Mears
Novus Property Solutions
PLP Construction
Termrim Construction
The Casey Group
Groundworks
West – Cumbria, Lancashire, Merseyside, Greater Manchester, Cheshire, Derbyshire West, Staffordshire A Connolly
Karmo
PLP Construction
PP O’Connor Group
S&I Groundworks
East – Northumberland, Tyne & Wear, Durham, Yorkshire, Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire East PLP Construction
S&I Groundworks
Modular – principal contractor
West – Cumbria, Lancashire, Merseyside, Greater Manchester, Cheshire, Derbyshire West, Staffordshire A Connolly
PLP Construction
Space Modular
Whitfield & Brown (Developments)
East – Northumberland, Tyne & Wear, Durham, Yorkshire, Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire East PLP Construction
Space Modular

 

The framework renewal saw a 56% increase in bidders seeking to deliver works and services, with 183 companies applying to supply the framework.

Successful firms were selected based on their technical competence, price and their commitment to social value.

Social value pledges, including apprenticeships, work experience opportunities and volunteering hours were proposed by all suppliers which will be applied on every new development.

Helen Spencer, Great Places’ Director of Development, said: “We were delighted to have a huge response from the market and receive high-quality proposals and substantial social value pledges for our communities.

“The new framework will ensure we, and our peer organisations, have tried and tested partners to help us to deliver our extensive development programmes and our collective ambitions to tackle the housing crisis.”

The new framework will run until June 2024.

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