Galliford Try Partnerships, the regeneration business of Galliford Try, has won a contract from The ExtraCare Charitable Trust for the construction of a retirement village in the UK.
To be built at Wixams in Bedford, the new £44M village will feature 230 mixed-tenure apartments, alongside a range of communal facilities, including a village hall, library and IT suite, bar and bistro, fitness gym, hairdressing and beauty salon and shop.
The latest project marks Galliford Try’s tenth development with the charity, with new projects at Longbridge, Stoke Gifford and High Wycombe currently on site.
Galliford Try Partnerships CEO Stephen Teagle said: “Our long-term collaborative approach with our clients is a feature of our business, and nowhere is this better demonstrated than in our excellent relationship with ExtraCare.
“Homes for older persons are a key part of the housing mix and our team is looking forward to producing a high-quality retirement village to meet local needs.”