Galliford Try's Partnership business selected for new contracts

Galliford Try, the FTSE 250-listed housebuilding and construction group, has reported that its Partnerships business has been selected for contracts worth 56.3m pounds in total.

Galliford Try, the FTSE 250-listed housebuilding and construction group, has reported that its Partnerships business has been selected for contracts worth 56.3m pounds in total.

The group said that One Housing Group had chosen Partnerships as the preferred bidder to deliver the £17.8m Batavia Road scheme in London. The project will create 114 new mixed-tenure homes, including 101 for private sale, and associated public realm works in the New Cross area of Lewisham.

Additionally, the Partnerships business has been selected by clients in the South West, North West and North East to deliver 13 more affordable housing projects, which would involve building 392 new homes across the country in contracts worth a combined £38.5m.

Greg Fitzgerald, Chief Executive Officer of Galliford Try, said: "Our Partnerships business continues to perform strongly across the country, cementing our position as a leading contractor in the affordable housing sector. We look forward to working with One Housing Group and our other partners to deliver the quality homes that their customers deserve."

Galliford Try's share price was down 2.60% to 973p at 09:06 on Thursday.

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