Novus named on Government housing framework

  26 JULY, 2017
Novus named on Government housing framework

We’re proud to announce that our Build Team has secured a place on the Homes and Communities Agency Delivery Partner Panel 3 Framework.

We have been selected in two lots, Midlands and North West, and it is testament to the quality of our work that we were ranked above several leading housing developers.

The Delivery Partner Panel is used by the Homes and Communities Agency and by a wide range of other public sector bodies to speed up the procurement of homes. The Panel has been in operation for 6 years and has enabled procurement of 45,000 homes on 250 sites. 

The new four-year framework is worth £2.6 billion in the Midlands and £1.1 billion in the North West and will be used to procure housing-led development, including all activities necessary to construct housing and associated infrastructure, marketing and sales activity.

For more information contact us on 01782 237249

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