The energy, services and regeneration specialist has secured two of four regional contracts worth £40m each in the North and South.
Internal and external work, including kitchen and bathroom refurbishments, electrical heating replacements, roof repairs as well as installing new windows and doors will be carried out, ensuring residents are living in energy efficient and sustainable homes.
The programme of works aims to prolong and enhance the condition of Anchor Hanover’s housing stock, while supporting the needs of its service users.
ENGIE will work with residents throughout the duration of the project to ensure there is little disruption while they remain in their homes.
Simon Lacey, regional managing director for ENGIE’s Places and Communities division, said: ‘Anchor Hanover has a proactive and progressive agenda, which is built around customer needs and sustainability, making it the perfect strategic fit for us.
‘Our wide scale remit in energy, services and regeneration, will allow us to work with them over the next decade to find bespoke solutions for future proofing homes and enhancing the customer experience.’
Work is scheduled to start this month.