Robert Woodhead Ltd, has been named as one of the construction companies selected to deliver the Homes and Communities Agency’s (HCA) multi billion pound Delivery Partner Panel.
The HCA has this week unveiled its preferred housing developers and contractors to deliver £8bn of residential led development programs on public sector land over the next four years through the Delivery Partner Panel (DPP).
Robert Woodhead Limited has been selected after a robust procurement exercise to cover the Midlands and the North East Yorkshire and Humberside regions.
In it’s first and second generations the Delivery Partner Panel, created by the HCA, has delivered over 43,500 homes, through 258 schemes over seven years.
Leo Woodhead, the DPP3 Strategic Lead for Robert Woodhead Ltd, said: “We have been delivering housing led development schemes for many years for both public sector clients and for private market sale. DPP3 gives us the opportunity, as partners, to improve housing delivery within the areas we currently operate by focusing on social value, creating innovative design and delivery solutions whilst striving to answer the local housing need.”
Robert Woodhead Limited is currently working on a range of public sector housing schemes across Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, Lincolnshire and South Yorkshire. DPP3 is open for use by local authorities, registered providers and other public sector bodies including; central government departments, NHS Trusts and educational establishments. DPP3 allows these public sectors bodies to streamline their procurement process by providing access to a pre-qualified list of housing developers and contractors, such as Robert Woodhead Limited.
Leo added: “The panel will help strengthen our position as a housing developer and as a building contractor across the East Midlands and South Yorkshire. As a family owned and operated business, this is the next step of our continued growth strategy and will have a significant impact locally as we will continue to use our growing local supply chain, to help us deliver projects procured through DPP3.”
For further information on the work of the Homes and Communities Agency, please visit the website: https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/homes-and-communities-agency
Stock image of work starting on a £3.37m scheme to build 41 brand new family homes and flats on the site of the former Blue Note pub on Cavendish Road in Carlton in November 2016. The homes will be managed by Nottingham Community Housing Association (NCHA), funded by Gedling Borough Council (GBC) and the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA).
The mix two and three bedroom homes, alongside one bedroom flats, will help to provide affordable housing for a range of different local people, with differing requirements.