The four -year framework agreement will mainly focus on developments in the £5m to £25m bracket.
The winners are:
- Wilmott Dixon
- United Living
- McClaren Construction
- Higgins Construction
- Hill Partnerships Ltd
- Seddon Construction
Richard Pullen, Head of Technical and Commercial at Anchor Hanover said: “The framework in place is focused on trust and collaborative working, so the team can deliver a more competitive approach to procurement as well as better design and build techniques.
“We have identified contractors with national presence as well as those who operate specifically within core local areas.
“This will help to ensure the most appropriate company is appointed depending on the required local knowledge and supply chain relationships.
“As part of the procurement process, a number of contractors per region will be approached on a rotational basis to deliver our ambitious development pipeline.”
The bidding process for the first projects in Newmarket, Suffolk and York will be put to tender within the next month.
For Newmarket, the successful contractor will be appointed to build Anchor Hanover’s development of 69 one- and two-bedroom apartments offering home ownership and independent living.
Building works on the project are anticipated to start by Autumn. The York project will see the appointed contactor deliver a development of 58 apartments with construction due to commence in November.