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Housing provider appoints Gloucester construction firm to £350m framework

One of the south's largest housing providers Abri has named its partner contractors for a £350m construction framework.

The group has chosen Bristol Road based E G Carter & Co Ltd to be one of eleven partners to deliver at least 10,000 high-quality, sustainable homes over the next decade.

The framework agreement will also be available for use by members of Wayfarer, a consortium of housing associations, local authorities, and charitable partners.

James Pennington, director of development at Abri, said: "We're really looking forward to working with partners who share our mutual interests to help build communities that provide social value. But it's not just about building homes, this framework will also help to create jobs for people and provide educational opportunities.

"With our shared commitments to building high quality, sustainable homes this partnership led approach will enable us to build many new communities in the coming years."

Mathew Vye, associate director at E G Carter & Co Ltd, added: "We are delighted to have been selected by the Abri to work collaboratively in developing new homes throughout the South of England under the contractor framework agreement.

"E G Carter & Co Ltd are looking forward to creating new homes, communities and building futures in partnership with Abri over the next decade."

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