JV North seek new partnerships


We are currently planning the next chapter in our successful history beyond the current 2016/21 Shared Ownership Affordable Homes Programme.
Like-minded housing associations and local authorities are invited to help us shape the future of JV North.
For more information please contact Saffer Cooper: [email protected] or 0161 804 2222

Addressing the housing shortage


To meet housing demand, we are building as many homes as quickly as possible with partners including housing associations, local authorities, contractors and consultants.

Currently we have:

  • £150m Homes England grant
  • A 4,550+ home development programme
  • An OJEU-compliant framework
  • £1 billion being invested by 2021
  • 3.5 homes now being built every working day

Other key benefits include:

  • A chosen Homes England partner
  • Members sharing market intelligence and data
  • Risk management systems
  • Experience building 2.5 homes a day since 2007
  • Saffer Cooper Consultancy support network

LATEST NEWS FROM JV NORTH

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JV NORTH REACTION TO NEW £12bn AFFORDABLE HOMES PROGRAMME ANNOUNCED IN THE BUDGET

By JV North | 11th March, 2020

Social housing consortium JV North has welcomed the Chancellor’s announcement of a new £12bn, five-year Affordable Homes Programme in today’s Budget. The consortium has Community Gateway, Jigsaw, One Manchester, Sovini, Torus, Trafford Housing Trust, Weaver Vale Housing Trust and Wythenshawe Community Housing Group as members. JV North is building over 4,550 homes in the 2016/21 Shared Ownership Affordable Homes Programme ... Read More

HOUSING ASSOCIATIONS, CONTRACTORS & CONSULTANTS INVITED TO SHAPE HOME BUILDING CONSORTIUM’S FUTURE

By JV North | 19th February, 2020

JV North is inviting housing associations, contractors and consultants to planning sessions to see how properties can be built quicker and better in the next affordable homes programme. The consortium wants to build homes more cost effectively, to an improved quality and in a more environmentally-friendly way. Last month, Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick told Parliament the next grant programme will ... Read More