The government’s housing quango removed some big names from the list after appointing 66 developers for a new £ 20 billion funding framework.
Homes England’s “Dynamic Purchasing System”, which replaces the agency’s previous Delivery Partner Panel (DPP3), is the mechanism through which companies gain access to development opportunities in Homes England’s land.
The framework includes for the first time developers like home builder Persimmon and Edaroth, an off-site company founded by engineer Atkins. Homes England said 24 companies – more than a third – are small or medium-sized businesses that are accessed through a simpler application process.
Well-known property developers such as Redrow, Bloor, L&G and Urban Splash as well as large housing associations such as Clarion, Homes Group and L&Q – all of which took part in DPP3 – are not yet in the frame.
Under the new dynamic purchasing system, additional actors can apply to join the Framework at any time, which means that those listed above will not necessarily be excluded from access to Homes England projects for the duration of the Framework. The previous DPP was only renewed every four years, meaning that companies not on the list could not apply to build projects on Homes England’s property.
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Housing Today revealed Homes England’s plans to launch the new “dynamic shopping system” earlier this year. Stephen Kinsella, Homes England’s chief land and development officer, told the magazine that the system was designed to allow the agency to respond quickly to market changes, including encouraging new entrants to develop.
Kinsella said today that the agency has also simplified the process and that the new system “represents a significant advance in the way we work with developers to build homes”.
Housing Minister Christopher Pincher said he welcomed the change in approach, adding that it would “support SMEs while providing more home ownership opportunities for hard-working people across the country”.
The full list of partners can be found below. To compare to the previous DPP3, see Homes England’s listing here.
|Homes England Dynamic Purchasing System Partner:|
|BDW Trading Limited|
|Bellway Homes Limited|
|Bromford Housing Group Limited|
|Bugler Developments Ltd|
|Castle Green Homes Limited|
|Claritas PSP consortia|
|Countryside Properties (UK) Limited|
|Nicholson Coat of Arms|
|Living in Crossfield|
|Deeley Group Limited|
|Devonshire Homes Limited|
|EG Carter & Co Ltd|
|ENGIE Regeneration Limited|
|Eric Wright Group Limited|
|Esh Construction Ltd|
|Feltham Construction Ltd|
|Highwood Group Limited|
|Hill Holdings Ltd|
|J. Harper & Sons (Leominster) Limited|
|John Graham Construction Ltd operates as Graham|
|Keepmoat Homes Ltd|
|Kingswood Homes (UK) Limited|
|Lioncourt Homes (Development # 1)|
|London Square partners|
|Longhurst Group Limited|
|McLaren Construction Ltd|
|Mercer Building Solutions Limited|
|Midas Construction Limited|
|Morris Homes Limited|
|Mulalley & Company Limited|
|Muse Developments Ltd|
|Northstone Development Limited|
|Places for People Group Limited|
|Housing Group Limited platform|
|Robert Woodhead Limited|
|Rowlinson Constructions Limited|
|RP Tyson Construction Ltd|
|Sanctuary Housing Association|
|Seddon Construction Ltd|
|Sigma Homes Ltd|
|St. Modwen Developments Limited|
|Stewart Milne Homes North West England (Developments) Limited|
|Stonewood Partnerships Ltd|
|Story Homes Limited|
|Strata Homes Limited|
|Taylor French Developments Ltd.|
|Taylor Wimpey UK Limited|
|Termrim Construction Limited|
|Tilia Homes Limited|
|Tolent Construction Limited|
|United Living (South) Limited|
|Vistry Partnerships Limited|
|Wates Construction Limited|
|Westridge Construction Ltd|
|Wigget Bau GmbH|
|Willmott Dixon Construction Limited|