UK-based house-building company Vistry Group has been chosen as the preferred delivery partner on two developments comprising more than 1,500 houses.

The group operates through its subsidiary Countryside Partnerships.

Milton Keynes Council has appointed Vistry as the development partner for a 930-house proposal in Newport Pagnell.

This development will comprise 50% affordable housing, available in affordable rent, shared ownership, and social rent tenures, with a gross development value (GDV) of £275m.

The housing community will feature facilities such as a commercial centre, a primary school, and public open spaces that consist of playing grounds, sports fields, and a wellness centre.

In addition, Countryside Partnerships has received a Pre-Construction Service Agreement (PCSA) in Southall, London.

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Network Homes selected the company for the design and enabling works of 575 houses. The significant works contract for the development is estimated to be worth over £145m.

The project will contain four buildings ranging from 15 to 23 floors in height. It will build 174 affordable houses, with the remaining 401 units available on a build-to-rent (BtR) basis, and will be funded, owned, and operated by Grainger.

Vistry Group CEO Greg Fitzgerald said: “Our unique and leading partnerships model enables us to work with our partners on delivering much-needed homes across the UK.

Our selection for these two major developments reflects our expertise and commitment to provide quality homes and lasting communities.”