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Notting Hill Genesis names £2.8bn framework winners

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The framework will deliver 7,000 new homes in the Greater London area over the next five years.

The winning firms were selected through a rigorous selection process with emphasis on quality, as well as equality and diversity.

The contractors’ framework comprises of one single lot, while the consultants’ framework is split into 12.

The 26 winning firms on the main contractor deal are:

  • Ardmore Construction
  • ARJ Construction
  • Bennett Construction
  • Bouygues UK
  • Bugler Developments
  • Claritas Group
  • Countryside Properties
  • Durkan
  • EQUANS Regeneration
  • Glenman
  • GRAHAM
  • Guildmore
  • Henry Construction Projects
  • HG Construction
  • Higgins Partnerships
  • Hill Partnerships
  • J. Murphy & Sons
  • Jerram Falkus Construction
  • Lovell Partnerships
  • McLaren Construction
  • Mulalley & Company
  • Real Contracting
  • Thomas Sinden
  • Vistry Partnerships
  • Wates Construction
  • Willmott Dixon Construction

John Hughes, group director of development and deputy chief executive, said: “Our new framework is a key part of our commitment to better quality homes and improving the experience for our residents. The membership of the framework has a greater level of diversity than we have achieved before.

“We want the companies we work with to reflect the communities in which we work. We look forward to working with our framework partners to re-imagine the quality of the homes we provide and together build a better place.”

The framework will run for four years until June 2026, but there is an option to extend this by a further one or two years.

Winners of the demolition framework were:

  • Cantillon Limited
  • Coleman & Company
  • Erith Contractors
  • Hughes and Salvidge
  • John F Hunt Regeneration
  • Keltbray
  • O’Keefe Construction (Greenwich)
  • Squibb Group

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