Crossfield Group is thrilled to have been awarded a place on the JV North Framework.
The housing division of the business has been successful in lots £1m-£5m and £5m-£10m of the £560million home building framework.
The consortium, which has 13 members made up of housing associations and local authorities tendered the four-year framework in April.
Members include Bury Council, Johnnie Johnson Housing, One Manchester, Peaks and Plains Housing Trust, Muir Group, Plus Dane Housing, Sovini, Stockport Homes, Stockport Council, Torus, Trafford Housing Trust, Weaver Value Housing Trust and Wythenshawe Community Housing Group.
JV North Chairman and Chief Executive at Weaver Vale Housing Trust, Wayne Gales, said:
“Our new framework focuses on not only addressing the housing crisis but working together with contractors and consultants to create efficient and high quality homes that contribute positively to the communities in which they are situated.
“The Building Back Fairer principle underpinning this framework will see the companies appointed working with our members to also provide clear social value outcomes, addressing key issues such as inequality, poor health, unemployment and apprenticeships.
“This framework and the relationships formed with all partners is going to be critical post-pandemic when the extent of the human and financial impact of Covid-19 is clear.”
The framework is managed by Saffer Cooper Consultancy and Director, Sean Stafford, said: “The framework was heavily oversubscribed with more than 180 bids of excellent quality and we would like to thank everyone who applied.
“With a strong development pipeline in place, members will be calling off from the framework immediately with inception sessions being held in the coming weeks.
“It will give JV North members the platform to continue its fantastic track record of delivery.”
Commenting on the success David Dobson, Crossfield Living Director said: “Cementing our place on the JV North Framework is a huge triumph for the business. It demonstrates our capability in the housing sector and is testament to the efforts of our team who have worked tirelessly in supporting the ongoing growth of the Crossfield Living business over recent years.
“We look forward to working with all partners on the framework as we work collaboratively to meet its targets of delivering over 4,000 homes over the next four years.”
“Our new framework focuses on not only addressing the housing crisis but working together with contractors and consultants to create efficient and high quality homes that contribute positively to the communities in which they are situated”