Landlord and contractor scrap £45m repairs deal
Notting Hill Housing Trust and Willmott Dixon Partnerships have agreed to end a five-year repairs and maintenance deal worth £45 million after just eight months.
The organisations said there was mutual agreement to scrap the deal, because it was not meeting the expectations of either party.
Andy Belton, chief operating officer at NHHT, said: ‘Willmott Dixon and Notting Hill will work closely together during the transition period to ensure our residents continue to receive a quality repairs service with minimal disruption.’
NHHT expects to re-tender the work this year.
Andrew Geldard, group head of communications at WDP, said: ‘Our relationship remains strong as we are still working in collaboration on several large residential schemes in London.’