Three wins for Galliford Try Partnerships

Galliford Try’s Partnerships business has won three contracts to provide affordable housing and care services worth £55.2m in total.

The ExtraCare Charitable Trust has chosen the company to build the £32m Earlsdon Park retirement village in Coventry. The development includes 262 apartments for sale or rent as well as health and leisure facilities for local residents and older people in the wider community.

The company is also preferred bidder for the £13.4 million Priory View development in Dunstable run by Central Bedfordshire Council. The project will see the creation of 83 apartments for older people with assistive technology and integrated community and lifestyle facilities, including a café, health and beauty facilities, and hobby rooms.

It has also been contracted to deliver the Creechbarrow project as part of a successful bid through the Homes and Communities Agency's delivery partner panel. The £9.8m project will see the creation of 94 new affordable homes and additional commercial space on Creechbarrow Road in Taunton, with 32 homes being built for Knightstone Housing Association and 62 for Taunton Deane Borough Council.

Galliford Try chief executive Greg Fitzgerald said: “These new contracts demonstrate the diversity of its expertise and its successful positioning in the market.”

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