Leeds Housing Regeneration
ENGIE played a key role in a 20-year £198 million refurbishment and development contract to remodel and refurbish 1,245 properties, build 388 new homes, improved the environmental areas and provide an ongoing repairs and maintenance service.
The scope of the project:
Covering the areas of Little London, Beeston Hill and Holbeck, Engie working in association with the Sustainable Communities for Leeds (sc4L) consortium managed, developed and refurbished properties across the city. This wide reaching and complex project included working across mixed tenures to provide multiple services from facilities management to structural works and new developments.
ENGIE are responsible for the lifecycle of all the properties covered, as well as all the communal and environmental areas.
Key features and outcomes:
- Over 96% customer satisfaction received for our refurbishment work and how we deal with repairs
- Significant reductions in Co2 emissions from 34 average carbon rating per household to 74 after refurbishment
- Carbon free rating of 99
- An average predicted saving of £321.20 in energy bills per household.
Leeds City Council
Value - £198million
Location - Little London, Beeston Hill and Holbeck, Leeds
Contract Length - 20 years
Homes - 388 new homes built
Customer satisfaction - 98%
People - Over 2,000 helped
New jobs - 96 skilled positions and 52 apprenticeships
Energy bills - £321.20 projected average saving