(Alliance News) - Housebuilder Vistry Group PLC on Thursday said its partnerships division has signed contracts worth GBP165 million to provide over 661 new homes.
Vistry Partnerships has secured two mixed tenure developments, both in joint venture, which will provide 503 homes, including 147 affordable homes. The projects are in Runcorn, Cheshire with Together Housing and in Bristol with Goram Homes.
In addition, the business has secured contracts totalling GBP43 million to build 158 new homes and associated mixed uses, working with regulated partners in Plymouth and Runcorn.
The projects are an extra care scheme and a retirement village for Halton Housing and Inspired Villages respectively, and a mixed use scheme including homes for sale for English Cities Fund.
The partnerships division has further been appointed to the Connected Living framework in London, working with Transport for London and Grainger PLC.
"These developments and contract wins further amplify Vistry Partnerships' established role as a key partner with registered providers and local authorities," Vistry said.
The West Malling, Kent-based company was formerly known as Bovis Homes.
Shares in Vistry were down 1.3% at 575.50 pence each in London.
By Tapan Panchal; email@example.com
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