Jehu announced as part of the £600 million Welsh House Building Framework

Jehu Group, one of Wales’ largest independently owned construction firms has been selected as one of five contractors to build large housing schemes in Wales for Social landlords.

The new framework has been set up by procurement specialist LHC for the Welsh Procurement Alliance which is supporting the construction of new social housing across all types of land including; brownfield, greenfield, landbank and landfill. The OJEU compliant selection procedure included an extensive Pre-Qualification process evaluating bidders Financial and Economic standing, competitiveness, technical ability and management of Environmental, Health and Safety, Quality and Corporate Social responsibility.

Jehu Group, Galliford Try, Lovell Partnerships, Midas and Wates have been selected as building partners for residential schemes consisting of over 50 new homes.

Neil McCarthy, Commercial Director at Jehu said “We are very proud to be selected by the LHC for this prestigious framework, our extensive knowledge and experience of the sector along with our record of successful delivery of residential schemes across Wales was key to our selection.  We look forward to furthering our established relationships with the Registered Social Landlords in Wales and delivery of much needed quality affordable homes”

Jehu successfully picked up four of the lots on the framework including schemes of 50 residential units and above in both South and Mid Wales, schemes from 16 to 49 units, again in both South and Mid Wales. Jehu were ranked in 1st place in both the 16 to 49 lots. In addition, Jehu also picked up 2 lots on the South West England Framework.