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Vistry's Countryside Partnerships to deliver 5,000 new homes with Sigma

(Sharecast News) - Vistry said on Wednesday that Countryside Partnerships has entered into a new framework agreement with Sigma Capital Group to deliver 5,000 new homes for Sigma's build-to-rent brand (BTR), Simple Life Homes.

Sigma is the leading provider in the BTR market focused on single family housing and one of Vistry's key partners in the sector.

Vistry said the agreement builds on the well-established partnership between it and Sigma, with Countryside Partnerships having been a framework partner on Sigma's BTR delivery programme since 2014.

The 5,000 new homes will be delivered to Sigma across a number of UK regions over the next five years.

Vistry chief executive Greg Fitzgerald said: "This framework agreement with Sigma is another great example of how our Partnerships model can deliver at scale the mix of housing tenures that residents across the UK desperately need.

"High-quality build-to-rent homes continue to be an important offering for our mixed-tenure communities, and we are thrilled to be continuing our long-term partnership with Sigma."

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