Wates, Willmott Dixon are among the partners in the £20 billion England home delivery list


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Wates and Willmott Dixon are among the first 66 companies to be named to Homes England’s new delivery partner list. Up to £20 billion of residential development is expected to be delivered through the new Dynamic Delivery Partner Procurement Scheme (DPS). It replaces the £8 billion Delivery Partner Panel 3 (DPP3), which expired in July. Approved companies can apply to develop websites operated by Homes England. Unlike the DPP3 framework, new companies can be added to DPS at any time. It’s the department’s largest purchase to date. Other major contractors at DPS include Engie, Graham, McLaren and Morgan Sendall’s Lovell Corporation. Of the 66 contracting companies that have been appointed, 24 are small and medium-sized companies. Stephen Kinsella, Homes England’s chief land and development officer, said the flexibility of the new system would attract more builders. He said, “We have also simplified the application process, so whether you are a large nationwide home builder or a small local developer, it will be easier for you to get to the land you want to build on. We encourage all interested homeowners to work with us to monitor the Land Hub. recently updated and apply to join DPS when they see an important site.” Laing O’Rourke, Kier, and Robertson were among the companies included under the DPP3, but are not currently in the DPS. Homes England will be issuing expressions of interest to develop a number of locations in the coming months as well. One such site is located on 14 acres in Burgess Hill, West Sussex. The organization wants to build about 350 homes on the site, divided into three lots, which Homes England said made it easier for small and medium businesses to develop. Local authorities and housing associations can also use DPS to purchase builders. Delivery Partner List: BDW Trading Bellway Homes Bromford Housing Group Bugler Developments Castle Green Homes Claritas PSP Consortia Countryside Crest Nicholson Crossfield Living Deeley Group Devonshire Homes Durkan Edaroth EG Carter & Co Engie Regeneration Eric Wright Group Esh Construction Feltham Construction Highwood Group Hill Holdings J Harper & Sons (Leominster) Jessup John Graham Construction Keepmoat Homes Kingswood Homes Lindum Group Lioncourt Homes London Square Partners Longhurst Group Lovell Partnerships McDermott Homes McLaren Construction Mercer Building Solutions Midas Construction Morris Homes Mulalley & Co. Platform Housing Group Robert Woodhead Rawlinson Construction RP Tyson Construction Sanctuary Housing Association Seddon Construction Sigma Homes St Modwen Developments Stewart Milne Homes Stonewood Partnerships Story Homes Strata Homes Taylor French Taylor Wimpey Te rmrim Construction Thirteen Homes Tilia Tolent Construction United Living Vistry Wates Construction Westridge Partnerships Wiggett Construction Willmott Dixon


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