The group's principal activities are commercial development and construction. We employ around 220 people working on everything from major urban regeneration schemes to fitouts and refurbishments. We build operational facilities, distribution warehouses, retail parks, offices both in city centres and on business parks, residential property, retail, hotels and leisure uses such as cinemas, bars and restaurants.

Health and Safety

The group employs two full time health and safety managers, responsible for ensuring that the group standards either meet or are above the industry standard.


There is a culture of charitable work within the Company, we support local as well as national charities.

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The group recognises the importance of its environmental responsibilities. The construction companies operate an ISO 14001 Environmental Management System. The group promotes an ethos of commitment to sustainability we promote energy efficiency; recycle office waste and operate an environment friendly vehicle policy.

With regards to developments the group applies BREEAM where appropriate. Schemes are increasingly designed and built to BREEAM ‘excellent’ rating. The construction companies building sites are registered with the Considerate Constructors Scheme (CCS).


The group is an equal opportunity employer, with employment applications being considered on that basis. Appointments are based on the aptitude of the applicant concerned.

The group considers itself to be an excellent employer, offering attractive remuneration packages and excellent working conditions, which is demonstrated by the average length of service of a member of staff being 12 years and 25% of the members of staff having over 20 years’ service.




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