Council picks double act for £137m homes plan

Wednesday August 3rd, 2011

According to media reports, contractors Ardmore and Mulalley have won places on a development framework to build 1,800 homes in South Kilburn, London.

The two builders will compete alongside big name housing associations to develop a mix of affordable homes for rent and shared-ownership as well as private sale over four-years.

South Kilburn is in the top 5 % of the most deprived areas in England and has, since 2001, been designated as a New Deal for Communities area, the Government’s flagship area based regeneration strategy.

The council will host a mini competition among the framework partners who will bid to be appointed to build and manage the development site, under a 999 year lease.

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