Three contractors appointed to deliver £150million home investment plans

We have announced the three contractors that have been appointed to deliver around £150million home investment plans.

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26 Apr 2023

Three contractors have been appointed to deliver around £150million home investment plans.

We have appointed Esh Construction Ltd, Equans Regeneration Ltd and Re:Gen to deliver a range of home improvements over the next five years, within the company’s ambitious investment programme.

Following a thorough procurement process, the contractors within the partnering framework, will focus on homes and support schemes, across a number of our priority estates to benefit customers and the wider communities. 

Executive director of assets Paul Jenkins said: “This is an exciting opportunity for the contractors to work with us.

“We’ve listened to our involved customers, when it comes to investing in their homes, so it was only right that we took them on this journey with us. Their contribution throughout the procurement process has been invaluable. 

“The awarded contractors delivered bids with a focus on providing high quality customer service and creating social value through their work, such as employment opportunities, apprenticeships for local people and community improvements over the life-time of the project.

“With some exciting large-scale projects planned, the partnership will support the growth of our home investment and decarbonisation plans, which will improve the energy efficiency and reduce the carbon footprint of our homes.  

“We’re committed to investing in our customers’ homes.  Providing great homes, now and in the future is our priority and these contractor appointments will help us to plan resources and availability in an increasingly competitive market.  

“It is vital that our partners have values that are similar to our own and are passionate about building better communities for our customers.”

The contract forms part of Thirteen’s plans to invest over £300million across almost 25,000 homes within 15 local authority areas in the next five years.