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Social housing boost for Galliford Try

Galliford Try Partnerships has signed a £128m contract with Notting Hill Housing to build phase two of the Great Eastern Quays development at the Royal Docks in London.

Great Eastern Quays Above: Great Eastern Quays

Galliford Try Partnerships is already on site at Great Eastern Quays, completing the £85m first phase, which has involved creating 350 new homes.

Under the new contract Galliford Try will build a further 468 homes on the site for Notting Hill Housing (NHH), alongside further landscaping and public amenity works, and 2,400 m2 of commercial, community and retail space. It is the largest standalone contract ever signed by Galliford Try Partnerships.

In a separate deal, Galliford Try Partnerships has also signed contracts with real estate developer Almacantar to build 76 homes elsewhere in London under a £35m deal. The Lyons Place development is next to Little Venice and Maida Vale on Edgware Road in the capital.

Stephen Teagle, chief executive of Galliford Try Partnerships, said: “These new contracts further strengthen our growing partnerships & regeneration business in line with our new strategy announced last month. The Great Eastern Quays project in particular demonstrates our expertise in delivering large-scale regeneration projects and the trust our long-term partners place in us.”

 

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This article was published on 4 Apr 2017 (last updated on 4 Apr 2017).

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