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Civil and structural engineering firm Sutcliffe secures place on £1.5bn ICN framework

Civil and structural engineering firm, Sutcliffe, has successfully secured its place on Great Places Housing Group’s ICN framework, focusing on delivering high quality, sustainable and affordable homes across the north of England with a total contract value of £1.5bn.

As part of the national framework, Sutcliffe will deliver civil and structural engineering and site investigation, as well as principal design services for a range of clients between the North West and North East, joining an esteemed group of national organisations to support the development and delivery of affordable housing.

Having designed over 10,000 houses per year in the last 5 years, and with 90% of its housing schemes benefiting those from disadvantaged backgrounds, Sutcliffe’s inclusion on ICN’s national framework exemplifies its dedication to delivering unmatched quality, underpinned by nearly 40 years of invaluable expertise.

Sutcliffe’s relentless efforts extend across the north of England, and its inclusion on the framework is reflected in its wide-ranging portfolio of recent affordable housing projects which includes developments such as Longshaw Drive, Salford with contractors Seddons, Preston Regeneration for Onward Homes and Ivy Road, Macclesfield for Peaks and Plains Housing Trust.

Sean Keyes, CEO, Sutcliffe, said:

“To be appointed on ICN’s framework is a great achievement and affirms our commitment to building more affordable housing across the north of England, continuing Sutcliffe’s legacy of supplying affordable housing. We take immense pride in our contribution to essential projects across the country and as we continue to solidify our reputation as one of the most prolific and respected engineers in house building, I do not doubt that this appointment will help us continue to build more affordable homes for those who need them most.”

Joanne Whitehead, Great Places’ Development Performance Manager, responsible for managing the framework, added:

“We are delighted to be working with Sutcliffe on our new ICN framework. We are confident they will be able to work with us and the clients of ICN in delivering the sector’s extensive development ambitions in the North.”

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