Contracts awarded for £1billion house building framework

Framework provider owned by local LHC authorities (originally the London Housing Consortium)

will run its New Home Construction Framework (H2) from September 5, 2022 to September 4, 2026.

The framework, valued at £1billion, offers a range of traditional housing solutions to the public sector, as well as low, mid and high-rise developments, care homes, mixed-use sites and sheltered housing, students and key workers.

Civil engineering and associated infrastructure works required for new homes are also covered by the framework, with contractors specializing in the earthworks, demolition and site clearance required to facilitate the construction of new homes.

Regional LHC business units across England that operate the framework include LHC London & Southeast and Consortium Procurement Construction (CPC) in the North and Midlands.

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Technical Procurement Manager, Dean Fazackerley, said: “The new H2 framework in England will enable providers to meet today’s public sector housing challenges, meeting local housing demand while maintaining momentum in their journey towards the production of zero-carbon houses.

“It is critically important that we continue to meet the housing needs of local people while looking to the future, creating healthier environments that embody social, human and environmental considerations.

The companies designated under the H2 framework in England are:

  • AR demolition
  • ARJ Construction
  • Bugle Developments
  • Chartway Group
  • Coleman & Company
  • Deley Construction
  • DSM Demolition
  • Durkhan
  • Eco Group
  • Eric Wright Construction
  • Erith Contractors
  • Feltham Building
  • Guildmore
  • Higgins Partnerships
  • Hill Farms
  • Hugues & Salvidge
  • J Harper & Sons (Leominster)
  • Jarvis Contractor
  • Jeakins Dam
  • Construction Jerram Falkus
  • John F Hunt Regeneration
  • Lovell Partnerships
  • Mulalley & Company
  • Neilcott Construction
  • Oakwood Building Contractors
  • P Casey & Cie
  • RG Carter Cambridge
  • Sovini-Construction
  • Total Reclaims Demolition
  • Vinci Construction France
  • Vistry Partnerships
  • William Birch and Sons

The six areas of work covered by the H2 framework are:

  • Workstream 1 – Low Rise Housing up to 11m Floor Height
    Six tranches of project value: up to £2 million for construction only, up to £2 million for design and construction, £2 million to £5 million, £10m to £10m, £10m to £20m, over £20m
  • Workstream 2 – Construction of independent, assisted and residential care accommodation
    Two tranches of project value: up to £10m, over £10m
  • Workstream 3 – Mid to high rise developments with floor heights over 11 meters
    Two tranches of project value: up to £10m, over £10m
  • Workstream 4 – Renovation, conversions, extensions and adaptations
    Two tranches of project value: up to £2m and over £2m
  • Workstream 5 – Earthworks and site preparation for new housing projects
    A slice of project value: up to £2 million
  • Workstream 6 – Demolition, Decontamination and Associated Enabling Works
    Two tranches of project value: up to £750,000 and over £750,000

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