Building firm Anwyl Partnerships has secured a place on Liverpool-based housing association Cobalt’s four-year framework that includes projects valued between £4.5m and £9m. Tony McDonough reports
Builder Anwyl Partnerships has secured a place on the construction framework of Liverpool housing association Cobalt Housing.
The four-year framework will come into effect from the end of September and includes six appointed providers, each of whom have the opportunity to tender for Cobalt’s Merseyside-based design and build future developments.
Projects include housing, extra care and community facilities, each with a value of between £4.5m and £9m. The new framework will deliver Cobalt’s growth ambition, which includes the delivery of 500 new homes by 2023.
The homes will replenish stock lost to Right to Buy, and simultaneously meet the ambitions and varied aspirations of their communities and residents.
Tom Anwyl, managing director of Anwyl Partnerships, said: “Cobalt is a forward-thinking and innovative social housing provider whose ethos and vision is very much aligned to our own. We look forward to building and developing a positive working partnership with the organisation over the coming years.”
As a framework partner, Anwyl Partnerships will support Cobalt’s aims to transform neighbourhoods, homes and services and provide affordable, high quality homes in communities where people choose to live and stay.
Dave Woods, director of operations at Cobalt, added, “Cobalt are delighted to appoint such an experienced group of contractors to our new framework. All have strong links to the North West, as well as a keen focus on social value.”