Greenwich inks £300m deal for 750 'carbon positive' modular homes

Cecilia Keating
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Deal will see Lewisham builder A&E Elkins assemble as many as 750 low carbon council homes in 60 locations across Greenwich over the next five years

The Royal Borough of Greenwich has selected a consortium of firms to deliver up to 750 green and affordable council homes, as part of a £300m contract it claims is the UK's largest ever modular housing...

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