Cordant Projects has been chosen as a preferred supplier by a property developer who is behind an initiative to create high-quality homes for first-time buyers. Taylor Fay Homes has selected the company to deliver a range of construction services across a portfolio of neglected properties that are being refurbished and made accessible to wannabe homeowners in Manchester.

Taylor Fay Homes was launched in 2013 by former TV producers Tors Sinclair and Sally Lister with the ambition to create inspirational, stylish and affordable housing for people looking to climb onto the property ladder across Manchester. After refurbishing several empty properties in Gorton and Openshaw [during its first three years], the firm continue to commit to more developments across the city, with the aspiration to expand their community-focused project nationwide.

The new partnership will see Cordant Projects utilise its in-house capabilities to design and install all the mechanical and electrical aspects involved when renovating the properties, including heating systems, internet connectivity and telecoms infrastructure, as well as fire alarms and security solutions where appropriate. The industry specialists will also be responsible for ensuring that the transformed buildings are energy efficient and in line with UK energy regulations.

Sally Lister, Taylor Fay Homes, said: “Our mission is not only to create affordable and sophisticated homes out of unloved properties, but also to help nurture and develop local communities. Cordant Projects consistently delivers exceptional work across multiple high end developments and we look forward to working closely with the team as this exciting adventure continues.”

Ian Woods, Managing Director at Cordant Projects, said: “Taylor Fay Homes is an inspiring company and we are extremely proud to be helping them with their mission to bring derelict and unoccupied properties back to life. Our experienced and dedicated teams can deliver flexible, transparent solutions with complete peace of mind.”


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