Morgan Sindall’s affordable housing and regeneration business Lovell has been awarded housing improvement work worth £20 million by Northamptonshire-based Wellingborough Homes.
Under the contract, Lovell will carry out internal and external improvements to 3,000 homes in the Wellingborough area over the next four years for the housing association. The contract forms part of an overall housing refurbishment programme worth £31 million which Wellingborough Homes is undertaking for its housing stock.
Lovell will carry out a range of improvements, including installing new kitchens, bathrooms, windows and doors and central heating systems as well as roofing and rendering work. Work on the first pilot programme, for 35 properties, will start at the end of March with the main refurbishment scheme set to begin in June.