JV North appoints suppliers

The consortium of housing associations has chosen the contractors and consultants for its £180m homebuilding framework.

The JV, which has 11 social housing association members across Greater Manchester, Merseyside, Nottingham and Preston, has appointed contractors and consultants for works valued at £1m and over.

The appointed contractors are Anwyl Construction, Bardsley Construction, Casey Construction, Galliford Try, Kier Living, Mears Living, Rowlinson Construction, Seddon Construction, Termrim Construction, United Living, Wates Construction and Willmott Partnership.

Ten employer’s agents have also been selected: AA Projects, Anderton Gables, Arcus Consulting, CPC Project Services, Identity Consult, Savills, Simon Fenton Partnership, Tozer Gallagher, WYG Consultancy and Wilkinson Cowan Partnership.

A total of eight architects were appointed: AEW Architects, Arcus Consulting, Bernard Taylor Partnerships, BYA, Halsall Lloyd Partnership, John McCall, MDA Architects and Paddock Johnson Partnership.

Four principal designers were chosen: Derek Evans Partnership, John McCall, Nicol Thomas and WYG.

JV North is investing £335.5m to build nearly 3,000 new homes under the Government’s Shared Ownership Affordable Homes Programme.

Approximately 2,000 of the homes, for rent and ownership, will be delivered through the new four-year framework that starts in July.

Sean Stafford, director of Saffer Cooper which manages JV North’s development programme, said: “We received a large number of applications, in total 30 contractors and 89 consultants applied.

“Housing association members are already well underway with their home building plans and will be calling off the framework immediately.”

The second stage of JV North’s framework for work valued at under £1m will be launched in July, targeted at local SME builders.

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