Westwood Park

11

November, 2016

ANOTHER AWARD FOR LANCASTER

The quality of craftsmanship being delivered by the team has deservedly won another Award

The project was named national ‘Conversion/Refurbishment Development of the Year’ at The Bricks Awards 2016 beating numerous big name corporates to the top spot.

The award, run by LABC Warranty in partnership with Local Authority Building Control (LABC) The Bricks celebrates the very best in the house building industry, recognising companies and individuals who stand out from the rest and go the extra mile to deliver quality in construction and design.

Project Manager Darren McCart and his fiancé Gaynor, collected the Award at a ceremony held at Landing Forty Two venue in the magnificent Leadenhall Building in London, otherwise known as the Cheesegrater building.

With over 3000 eligible developments, it is a great achievement to be shortlisted and The P J Livesey Group are delighted the team’s work has been recognised nationally.

Darren said: “This is an Award for everyone who has worked on site and everyone in the company. Recognition for your efforts is always welcome and it is even more rewarding for it to be delivered by the people who have monitored every stage of construction.“

Mike Swatton, LABC Warranty Business Development Director and Head Judge commented, “We have seen a good, consistent level of build standards across the board with some exceptional workmanship and quality in construction.”

And it is not the first time this prestigious development has been recognised by the same body of professionals, indeed in 2014 the first phase of the project, Campbell House, won the Bricks Best Conversion / Refurbishment category.

The high quality of construction and specification on offer is also reflected in the volume and speed of sales with now just 16 unique properties remaining at The Residence Lancaster.

The project was named national ‘Conversion/Refurbishment Development of the Year’ at The Bricks Awards 2016 beating numerous big name corporates to the top spot.

The award, run by LABC Warranty in partnership with Local Authority Building Control (LABC) The Bricks celebrates the very best in the house building industry, recognising companies and individuals who stand out from the rest and go the extra mile to deliver quality in construction and design.

Project Manager Darren McCart and his fiancé Gaynor, collected the Award at a ceremony held at Landing Forty Two venue in the magnificent Leadenhall Building in London, otherwise known as the Cheesegrater building.

With over 3000 eligible developments, it is a great achievement to be shortlisted and The P J Livesey Group are delighted the team’s work has been recognised nationally.

Darren said: “This is an Award for everyone who has worked on site and everyone in the company. Recognition for your efforts is always welcome and it is even more rewarding for it to be delivered by the people who have monitored every stage of construction.“

Mike Swatton, LABC Warranty Business Development Director and Head Judge commented, “We have seen a good, consistent level of build standards across the board with some exceptional workmanship and quality in construction.”

And it is not the first time this prestigious development has been recognised by the same body of professionals, indeed in 2014 the first phase of the project, Campbell House, won the Bricks Best Conversion / Refurbishment category.

The high quality of construction and specification on offer is also reflected in the volume and speed of sales with now just 16 unique properties remaining at The Residence Lancaster.