E G Carter & Co Ltd Appointed as Contractor on SNG Framework

E G Carter & Co Ltd is proud to announce its appointment as one of the 16 building contractors selected by housing association Sovereign Network Group (SNG) to contribute to its ambitious sustainable development plans.

SNG's commitment to delivering 25,000 new homes over the next decade aligns with E G Carter & Co Ltd's own dedication to creating high-quality, environmentally sustainable living spaces. With a potential value of £800 million over four years, this partnership represents a significant milestone for both organisations.

"We are thrilled to be selected as one of the building contractors for SNG's new homes programme," said Mathew Vye, Associate Director at E G Carter & Co Ltd "with over 20 years in partnership with SNG this opportunity allows us to use our expertise and experience in construction to contribute towards building thriving communities and delivering homes that meet the highest standards of quality and sustainability."

SNG's selection process, focused on criteria such as quality, social value, sustainability, health and safety, financial standing, contract management, and pricing, highlights their commitment to excellence. E G Carter & Co Ltd. is delighted to have met these criteria and looks forward to collaborating with SNG to achieve their shared vision.

Tom Titherington, Chief Investment and Development Officer at SNG, said: “This is a crucial step towards delivering our ambitious plans for thousands of good, affordable, new homes that are desperately needed and I’m pleased we now have a framework in place with some of the best home builders in the industry. We are a long-term business that has invested in understanding what makes a good home and place to live, so it is critical that our partners share our vision of building high quality, sustainable homes that will form thriving communities over generations.”

E G Carter & Co Ltd. looks forward to working alongside SNG and creating homes that will benefit individuals, families, and communities for years to come.