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Your Housing Group Procures for Anfield Regeneration Scheme

Fusion21 member Your Housing Group has awarded Frank Rogers a Kitchen & Bathroom programme through the Fusion21 frameworks. Frank Rogers, has been awarded a £3million contract from Your Housing Group as part of Anfield’s wide scale regeneration programme.

Your Housing Group has already delivered more than 200 new and refurbished homes in the Anfield area in an investment programme worth more than £25m. It owns and manages more than 850 homes in the Anfield/Breckfield area in total. A further investment of some £16m-plus is anticipated in coming years. The organisation is also responsible for supporting a range of community groups and projects in the area.

Pictured (from left) of Dean Rogers, Managing Director of Frank Rogers, Kathryn Webber, Employment and Skills office at Your Housing and Dave Litherland, Head of Anfield at Your Housing.

Under the contract, works will include kitchen and bathroom replacements alongside general improvement works, all of which will to be completed over a two year period, forming part of the initial stages of the ambitious project, which is set to transform the inner city area.

Dean Rogers, Managing Director of Frank Rogers said: “Of course we’re all incredibly pleased to be involved in this scheme as it’s very close to our hearts. Our links with Anfield go back some 40 years and to be chosen as a contractor that is set to make a significant difference to this area is fantastic.”

Dean added: “We’ve come a long way in that time and we now have the resources, experience and skills in place to deliver larger projects on this scale and beyond. We're also the first Liverpool contractor to be appointed which is a definite coup for Frank Rogers.”

Mark Gormley, Group Director of Asset at Your Housing Group added: We look forward to working with Frank Rogers, it is invaluable to us to work with a company who has such strong links to the area. Anfield is hugely important to us as a housing provider and our next phase of significant investment proves this.”