We have been appointed to major framework agreements for the provision of affordable housing, specialist care facilities and public buildings throughout the North and the Midlands.
The company has been appointed to Lot 3 of the Re:Allies framework for all works worth in excess of £2m and with a projected spend of £384m over four years for the delivery of affordable housing and public buildings across the North West, Yorkshire and the north of the Midlands. The Re:Allies partnership includes Procure Plus, Efficiency North and Central Housing Consortium.
We have also been appointed by the Abbeyfield Society to Lot 2 North of its framework to deliver schemes worth more than £8m with a projected spend of approximately £100m nationwide. The Abbeyfield Society is a national charity based in Hertfordshire that provides housing, support and care for people in later life,
Ged Rooney, Procurement Director at Bardsley Construction, said: “Our appointment to these major framework agreements enhances and embeds our long-established and widely respected record of working in partnership with social housing and specialist care providers in the North of England and extends our sphere of influence to the north Midlands.”