Leadbitter Group completes Northamptonshire housing job

The Leadbitter Group has completed its first affordable housing contract in Northamptonshire.

Leadbitter, which has its head office in Abingdon, Oxfordshire, has delivered six sustainable houses and flats in Blisworth for its client, Bromford- which owns and manages 27,000 homes in central and South West England and delivers specialist supported housing services.

John Parry, operations director of Leadbitter’s Central Housing division, said: “Leadbitter is renowned for constructing sustainable, environmentally friendly, quality homes across the UK. We are delighted that we are able to bring our expertise to Northamptonshire and hope that this will be the first of many similar contracts in the area.”

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