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TCL helps Redrow, Bellway and Taylor Wimpey win Pride in the Job awards

TCL helps Redrow, Bellway and Taylor Wimpey win Pride in the Job awards image

TCL has been recognised for its hard work in helping some of Britain’s largest housebuilders win numerous prizes in the NHBC’s coveted Pride in the Job awards.

TCL has landscaped dozens of developments for Bellway, Redrow Homes and Taylor Wimpey whose site managers recently won the awards, which are designed to recognise site managers who have achieved the highest quality standards in housebuilding.

The first round saw 450 prizes presented to the 16,000 managers competing for the titles. Winners will go through to ten regional heats in the autumn.

Every one of the five Redrow Homes South East sites whose managers won an award was landscaped by TCL, along with a Redrow Homes Midlands site.

Four of the Bellway Homes sites landscaped by TCL won awards – in Buckinghamshire, Cambridgeshire, Warwickshire and Oxfordshire.

And a Taylor Wimpey site in Warwickshire was also recognised for the superb quality of its site management.

Site and construction managers on many of the developments wrote to thank TCL for the very important role it played in achieving the coveted accolade.

Daniel Bone, site manager at Taylor Wimpey’s Avonbridge Walk development in Barford said: “Many thanks for your continued support and efforts that have contributed towards achieving this award.”

Bellway senior construction managers Iain Hunter and Dean Takkou said: “Thank you and your site operatives for achieving a level of build quality which the NHBC has recognised by this prestigious award.”

And Redrow Homes area construction manager Mike Tynan said: “Thank you for all the hard work that goes into making our site stand out above others.”

Winning sites included, for Redrow Homes – Penlands Green in Sussex, Regent Quay, Ebbsfleet Green, Wentworth Park, Woodlands Green in Kent and Ambion Way in Leicestershire. Taylor Wimpey’s site was Avonbridge Walk in Warwickshire, while Bellway’s awards went to Brampton Gate in Cambridgeshire, Hanwell View and Blackthorn Meadows in Oxfordshire and Estone Grange in Buckinghamshire.

TCL CEO Simon Abley said: “We have enjoyed an excellent working relationship with all the UK’s largest housebulders for many years and take huge pride in the landscaping projects we carry out for them. We’re delighted that this pride has translated into playing a part in enabling the site managers we work with to be recognised by the NHBC for their dedication through these much cherished awards.”

  • * Redrow’s Penlands Green