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£5m housing deals for Denne

Denne, part of the Leadbitter Group, has signed two new contracts in Leyton with housing association London & Quadrant (L&Q).

 These two contracts are the first projects that Denne has won after being included in L&Q’s construction and regeneration Framework Agreement in 2011.

The first project, completing in spring 2013, involves the construction of 18 new apartments on Church Road in Leyton. The £2m development will include seven one-bedroom flats, 10 two-bedroom flats and one wheelchair accessible, one bed unit. The homes will be built to Code for Sustainable Homes Level 3 and will utilise renewable energy technologies such as air source heat pumps.

The other project is a £3m contract to construct 28 three-storey, terraced houses on Claude Road and Murchison Road in Leyton, also by spring 2013.

These latest contracts follow on from the work that Denne is currently undertaking for L&Q on a £35m regeneration scheme of South Kilburn, Brent.

Denne managing director Graham Brown said: “We are delighted to continue strengthening our relationship with L&Q through these two projects in Leyton. Together, Denne and L&Q will provide high quality and energy efficient affordable housing.”


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This article was published on 14 Mar 2012 (last updated on 14 Mar 2012).

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