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Feedback on the 2015-18 Affordable Homes Programme CME bidding

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What our local partners are saying about bidding for the 2015-18 Affordable Homes Programme on a continuous market engagement basis.

For more info on CME bidding, visit http://bit.ly/1yoHfX2

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Feedback on the 2015-18 Affordable Homes Programme CME bidding

  1. 1. 2015-18 Affordable Homes Programme CME What our partners say….
  2. 2. Alan Yates, executive director of regeneration, Accord Group: “There will be further opportunities to bid for additional funding which is really welcome.”
  3. 3. Stephen Teagle, group managing director for affordable housing and regeneration, Galliford Try: “[transition to the 15-18 programme]…will also enable us to bring forward additional schemes under continuous market engagement as we acquire new sites and can accurately forecast delivery timescales.”
  4. 4. Matthew Harrison, chief executive, Great Places Housing Group: “The fact that the HCA has reserved funds for future allocations is [also] good news because it means there is scope to develop even more new homes.”
  5. 5. Sue Chalkley, chief executive, Hastoe: “We are particularly pleased that there will be opportunities to return for further grant through the Continuous Market Engagement (CME) process. This will be useful for our work in rural communities and our partnerships with Community Land Trusts where lead in times can be longer.”
  6. 6. Kevin Willetts, executive director of development, WM Housing: “The CME approach means we can develop further schemes in detail before asking for grant, so we can not only react to the changing economy but also present schemes with a higher chance of successful delivery at a cost which we can be more certain of achieving.”
  7. 7. More info on CME? GOV.UK @HCA_UK

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