Jerram Falkus has been awarded a place on £1billion LHC new build housing framework
Jerram Falkus is thrilled to announce that we have been awarded a place on a new framework provided by not-for-profit public sector organisation LHC.
The new £1 billion Construction of New Homes (H2) framework will operate over four years from 2022 to 2026 and will deliver public sector new build residential construction projects in England.
LHC is a not-for-profit consortium set up to provide effective procurement solutions for local authorities, housing associations, schools and other public sector bodies. LHC’s compliant frameworks are free-to-use and can be used by local authorities, social landlords and other public sector bodies to procure works, products and services for the construction, refurbishment and maintenance of social housing and public buildings.
A place on a new framework provided by LHC
Jerram Falkus has been awarded the following lots:
- 08 London: New build housing – Low Rise up to 11m Floor Height – Project Value £5m – £10m
- 08 London: New build housing – Low Rise up to 11m Floor Height – Project Value £10m – £20m
- 08 London: Construction of Independent, Assisted and Residential Care Housing – Projects up to £10m
- 08 London: Medium to High Rise Developments with Floor Heights above 11m – Projects up to £10m
- 08 London: Medium to High Rise Developments with Floor Heights above 11m – Projects over £10m
The new framework will offer a range of traditional housing solutions to the public sector, in addition to low, medium and high-rise construction schemes, care homes, mixed-use sites and various accommodation projects. The framework also places significant importance on creating net zero homes.
Jonathan Jerram, Managing Director at Jerram Falkus, said:
“We are delighted to be selected for the LHC New Homes (H2) framework. The framework has so much to offer and we are eager to work with LHC to deliver for clients across London, providing the new homes our city so desperately needs. The need for net zero homes is also a concern of ours as we believe in building properties that have longevity – we build to last.”
Dean Fazackerley, Head of Technical Procurement at LHC, said:
“The new H2 framework in England will equip providers to meet ongoing housing challenges within the public sector, addressing local housing demand while maintaining momentum in their journey towards the production of zero carbon homes.
It’s hugely important that we continue to respond to the housing needs of local populations while at the same time looking to the future, creating healthier environments that embody social, human, and environmental considerations.”
More information on the H2 framework can be found on the GOV.UK website here.Back