The Durham-based construction company will help deliver some much-needed homes to Leeds with two new projects.
The projects, which are worth £2.7m, have been commissioned by Connect Housing Association and Unity Housing.
The first project will see eight two-bedroom houses built in Bramley for Connect Housing Association and the second will see six homes with external works developed for Unity Housing.
Both of these projects will take 35 weeks and are already underway.
Connect Housing is a charitable housing association that provides over 3,000 homes across West Yorkshire.
Andy Radcliffe, chief executive of Esh Group, said: “Leeds is a thriving city that is growing and needs new good quality housing to meet demand.
“It is great to support two leading social housing providers in delivering projects in Bramley and Kirkstall.”
The Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) recently announced the appointment of Esh Group to a new £8bn national housing delivery panel.
The Delivery Partner Panel 3 (DPP3) scheme focuses on the procurement of work to deliver residential-led development on public sector land.
The programme will run for four years and is expected to generate housing contracts that total £1.6bn in the North East, Yorkshire and Humber region over that timeframe.
With over 1,200 employees and a turnover of £242m, Esh Group provides services including; civil engineering, design and build, refurbishment, fencing, landscaping, plumbing, waste management, facilities services, construction materials recycling, social housing, speculative housing and commercial development.
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