The largest of the brace of projects is the £17m Brent Indian Centre project to create a new community facility and 29 affordable homes.
The current building’s occupants, the Brent Indian Community, will move into the new development, which will include a large multi-purpose hall, commercial kitchen, offices and an IT training room.
The second contract is the nearby £14m Learie Constantine Community Centre project, which will also see a building demolished to make way for the Learie Constantine Centre’s new home, along with 26 new homes made up of one, two and three-bedroom apartments.
Willmott Dixon was procured on both contracts via the Scape Construction framework.
These two housing schemes are the latest in London by Willmott Dixon.
The company is currently on site at Frank Towell Court, providing 102 new homes in Feltham on behalf of Hounslow Council, and is also delivering 112 homes for Westminster City Council at 300 Harrow Road.
In east London, Willmott Dixon is building over 500 homes for Be First in Barking and Dagenham.