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  • News | Construction Industry Latest | Seddon
    Go back 16th May 2013 Seddon selected to build 114 homes for Great Places Seddon Construction has been chosen by Great Places Housing Group to build 114 much needed new affordable homes in Breightmet Bolton The company which has its head office in Farnworth Bolton has been selected to build a 6 6 million development of 60 houses and ten bungalows all for affordable rent at Waggon Road Winchester Way and Mobberley Road The development is set to be finished in autumn 2014 In addition Seddon is building a second scheme for Great Places a 4 million development of 44 new houses also for affordable rent at Milnthorpe Road Breightmet The Milnthorpe Road scheme is set to be completed in spring 2014 Both schemes are designed by the Paddock Johnson Partnership architectural practice Seddon Construction managing director Jonathan Seddon says There is a pressing need for new affordable housing locally Seddon has a strong record in delivering modern and energy efficient new homes and our team is excited to be working with Great Places to build these high quality properties for social rent In addition to the new housing the schemes will also create apprenticeship training opportunities through Seddon s

    Original URL path: http://www.seddon.co.uk/media-centre/news/seddon-selected-to-build-114-homes-for-great-places (2016-02-11)
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  • News | Construction Industry Latest | Seddon
    Stadium recognises its innovative and accessible design the high quality and efficiency of the construction team and excellent environmental performance of the completed building LABC chief executive Paul Everall says Our regional Building Excellence Awards are an opportunity to celebrate good practice All our winners demonstrated how attention to detail and a positive working relationship with Building Control departments can achieve high quality and sustainable buildings fit for the future Our awards are unique because they recognise how the work of local authority surveyors helps to improve building standards and boost sustainability and efficiency This state of the art hospice and day centre is a tribute to all those involved in the design and build Frequent communications between the project team and building control solved any on site problems during construction and delivered a building of the highest environmental and energy efficient standards Seddon chief executive Jonathan Seddon says We are very proud of our involvement in helping create this new community building and are delighted that the hard work and expertise of everyone who worked on the scheme has been recognised by the Building Excellence Awards The project will now go forward to be judged against other regional winners in the national LABC Building Excellence Awards later this year Hospice chief executive Jacqui Comber says I am delighted to see that all our hard work and creativity have received this recognition and we look forward to attending the national awards in London Ends Photo Pictured at the award presentation are left to right Rob Thorpe from Bury Council s building control department Frank Horrocks from Seddon Paul Holdaway Bury Council s building control department Mark Wright of Condy Lofthouse Architects Eloise Burke Bury Hospice Jason Maher Condy Lofthouse Architects Jacqui Comber Bury Hospice chief executive Notes to Editors National

    Original URL path: http://www.seddon.co.uk/media-centre/news/seddonbuilt-bury-hospice-named-best-community-building (2016-02-11)
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  • News | Construction Industry Latest | Seddon
    homes at Plymouth Avenue Longsight Manchester for Great Places Housing Group The Longsight scheme was finished in February 2013 three months earlier than the original scheduled completion date Jason s expertise enabled the construction team to maintain a 17 to 18 week build timetable for each home despite some terrain that made building difficult His close communication with Manchester City Council s building control team ensured that high standards were achieved throughout LABC chief executive Paul Everall says Our regional Building Excellence Awards are an opportunity to celebrate good practice Our winner and those commended all demonstrated attention to detail and a positive working relationship with their Building Control departments Jason is a worthy winner for managing a difficult project effectively and his liaison with the local primary school providing t shirts health and safety information a new safe footpath away from the site and carrying out odd jobs around the school is a shining example of good practice He and the commended candidates are improving the reputation of builders and the building trade and my congratulations go to them all The Plymouth Avenue scheme has also just been named as one of the UK s top 50 affordable housing developments by leading sector magazine Inside Housing It was also nominated in the Best Large Housing Development category at the LABC North West Building Excellence Awards Seddon chief executive Jonathan Seddon says Jason is an outstanding construction professional and this award is well deserved He is committed to delivering the best possible service for our clients and ensuring that our projects are built to the highest standards Jason is now in the running for a national LABC Building Excellence Award later this year Ends Photo Jason McGee a contracts manager with construction specialist Seddon with his Best Site Agent award

    Original URL path: http://www.seddon.co.uk/media-centre/news/seddon-contracts-manager-named-best-site-agent-in-north-west (2016-02-11)
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  • News | Construction Industry Latest | Seddon
    News Go back 30th Apr 2013 Seddon Achieves Considerate Constructors Hat Trick Building painting and maintenance specialist Seddon Construction which has its head office in Farnworth Bolton has scooped a trio of national Considerate Constructors awards for its considerate and community focused approach to three North West projects The Considerate Constructors Scheme National Site Awards are presented to construction teams displaying excellent standards of consideration towards their neighbours their workforce the general public and the environment Seddon Construction secured bronze awards for the following three projects A scheme to build 18 new affordable homes for New Charter Housing Trust at Dukinfield Tameside which was completed in February 2013 Landscaping and boundary works in Walton carried out as part of a maintenance project for Liverpool Mutual Homes A re roofing scheme for homes at the Chesham estate Bury for Six Town Housing All three were independently assessed against the Considerate Constructors Code of Considerate Practice and were found to have achieved excellent standards of consideration towards their neighbours their workforce and the environment Seddon Construction managing director Jonathan Seddon says I would like to congratulate everyone involved in working on these schemes This success in the Considerate Constructors Scheme National Site Awards emphasises the care and consideration for local communities and the environment which is so important to our site management teams David Watson chairman of the Considerate Constructors Scheme says Once again even throughout these tough times for our industry many sites have excelled to not only maintain standards but surpass what has been achieved in previous years The National Site Awards are an excellent showcase for these sites and give the industry the opportunity to reward those site teams that have gone that extra mile I wish to congratulate all those who have received an award and for their

    Original URL path: http://www.seddon.co.uk/media-centre/news/boltonbased-seddon-achieves-considerate-constructors-hattrick (2016-02-11)
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  • News | Construction Industry Latest | Seddon
    will see 300 homes built in Bolton Burnley Salford Bury and Wigan The apprentices will be recruited to work on the construction of them over the next two years The project launch event during National Apprenticeship Week saw young men and women given the chance to try bricklaying tiling plumbing painting and joinery supervised by qualified tradespeople at a micro building site at construction company Seddon s Bolton headquarters They will now be encouraged to apply for apprenticeships on the major new house building programme with work expected to start later this summer As well as looking to attract young people Build Learn Grow is also looking to recruit people who may want a change of career or who are unemployed Stephen Porter chief executive at Great Places Housing Group said In this current economic climate it is more important than ever to offer people the chance to learn a trade to help them build a long lasting career in the construction industry Gwen Crawford director of regeneration at Bolton at Home said We re really pleased to be part of this initiative which has the power to make a big difference to young people s lives Participants will be able to discover whether the construction industry is for them and if it is they will be able to make a positive impression on potential future employers Seddon Construction managing director Jonathan Seddon said Creating apprenticeships is a key part of our commitment to making a positive impact in communities We re delighted to have been able to welcome so many motivated and enthusiastic young people to the micro building site where they were able to try out different construction trades and find out more about the opportunities our industry has to offer Stuart Allison North West regional director of

    Original URL path: http://www.seddon.co.uk/media-centre/news/new-project-launched-to-create-more-than-20-apprenticeship-jobs-and-build-300-homes (2016-02-11)
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  • News | Construction Industry Latest | Seddon
    project to deliver the new Christchurch Primary School in Burton on Trent Seddon Construction managing director Jonathan Seddon says We are proud to be working with Staffordshire County Council to deliver these modern new learning environments It is exciting to see work beginning on these projects which will help answer the need for more primary school places locally while delivering state of the art educational facilities for pupils and teachers Local county councillor Liz Staples said The county council has long stated its ambition to create a prosperous county where young people can learn grow and make a significant contribution to the success of the area To do this they need access to the best school facilities possible every child in Staffordshire deserves the best possible education Our ambitious work in Burton shows we re not afraid to do things differently that we can put in a series of innovative solutions that best fits the issue we re facing and ultimately will set Burton and its young people up for a bright future Both the St Modwen s Primary School development and the Scientia Academy are being built using a sustainable cross laminated timber frame construction system which is manufactured off site to a high standard The system delivers overall quality improvements as well as enabling construction time to be reduced and leading to increased air tightness and less waste The St Modwen s Primary School development will enable the school to move from its current site to a new two storey building on land off the Tutbury Road It will make it possible for the school eventually to provide places for up to 420 pupils The new building will include solar photovoltaic panels and a ground source heat pump The new Scientia Academy will create places for around 420

    Original URL path: http://www.seddon.co.uk/media-centre/news/seddon-selected-for-two-further-burtonontrent-school-projects (2016-02-11)
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  • News | Construction Industry Latest | Seddon
    have secured a 500 donation for a Lancashire children s hospice from North West based Seddon Construction after winning a competition run by the company Pupils at Grange Primary sent in the winning entry in a competition to find the best pictures of company representativeSeddy Bear a red teddy bear dressed in construction gear having an adventure The Grange pupils took a mini soft toy version of Seddy on a trip to the Tower Wood Outdoor Education at Lake Windemere where his exploits included caving tree climbing sailing including being capsized kayaking driving a boat and hiking The pictures of Seddy enjoying himself in the Lake District were chosen by the Seddon Construction management team as the winning shots and secured pupils a 500 donation from Seddon to a charity of their choice SeddyBear himself visited the school to present children with a 500 cheque for the DerianHouse Children s Hospice at Chorley Grange Primary School teacher Samantha Whiteley says Every day at the outdoor centre brought new challenges for the children to face Some of these were to do with the extensive adventurous activities and some to do with capturing Seddy Bear in imaginative places to help them win the competition The children were delighted that their hard work and fun paid off and that they have been able to donate the money to a worthy charity that they have chosen themselves Susie Poppitt fundraising manager for Derian House adds We are absolutely thrilled with this donation all the more so because Derian House was chosen as the beneficiary of the 500 by the staff and children themselves We would like to say a huge thank you to them and of course to Seddon for staging the competition and providing the 500 donation Seddyclearly had a fantastic time with

    Original URL path: http://www.seddon.co.uk/media-centre/news/preston-pupils-win-500-for-childrens-hospice--with-help-from-seddy-bear (2016-02-11)
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  • News | Construction Industry Latest | Seddon
    OLDHAM AFFORDABLE HOMES SCHEME WORK has begun on a 2 6m scheme to build affordable homes on the site of a former mill helping first time buyers onto the property ladder Twenty five new houses are being constructed after plans for land on Acorn Street in Lees Oldham were drawn up by Contour Homes and Seddon Construction The development of two three and four bedroom properties will provide much needed affordable homes in an area of high demand including 20 available for rent The remaining five will be offered for sale at 50 per cent shared ownership helping first time buyers to get a foot on the property ladder Mark Edwards project manager at Contour Homes says Lees is a popular area and there is strong demand but limited availability of affordable housing This development is a major investment in the community and we hope it will have a really positive impact including helping first time buyers to secure a home of their own The site once housed Owl Mill which was built in 1898 and operated until production ceased in 1990 and demolition took place Seddon Construction managing director Jonathan Seddon adds This is an important scheme which will deliver high quality new affordable homes for the area creating much needed homes for rent as well as five shared ownership properties which will provide an opportunity for local people to gain a foothold on the housing ladder The 2 6m development designed by architects Nicol Thomas is due to be completed in November and has been supported with more than 500 000 of funding from the Homes and Communities Agency HCA Energy efficient features of the new timber framed properties which will meet Level 3 of the Code for Sustainable Homes will include high standards of insulation Seddon Construction

    Original URL path: http://www.seddon.co.uk/media-centre/news/work-begins-on-26m-oldham-affordable-homes-scheme (2016-02-11)
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