Anglian Building Products, the large projects division of Anglian Windows Ltd, has secured the top ranked position on a new framework agreement with Yorkshire Housing for the supply and installation of windows and doors.

The initial 2 year contract worth £5m commences in April and has an option to extend for a further 2 years.

The first phase will see Anglian upgrading 776 properties across Yorkshire in the Skipton, Stockton on Forest, Harrogate and Bradford areas. The works include the installation of Anglian White Knight PVCu casement windows, composite front and PVCu rear doors.

‘We are delighted to have secured this award, Yorkshire Housing is a new client and this project will provide local employment opportunities including a Resident Liaison Officer and Apprentice Installers.’

James Quy, Anglian’s Regional Operations Director

Yorkshire Housing are a registered social landlord providing more than 18,000 affordable homes throughout Yorkshire. The housing association employs over 850 people and has a turnover of £82m.

‘Anglian ranked in first place on our new OJEU framework process. The contract was awarded on quality of work, value for money and the ability to deliver across Yorkshire. We also looked at whether they can provide local employment and apprentice opportunities. We look forward to working with Anglian to give our customers a first class window and door installation service’

Mark Coogan, Yorkshire Housing’s head of repairs and neighbourhood investment

Anglian specialises in window, door and insulation projects, providing a comprehensive service including design, survey, resident engagement, manufacture, installation and after care.