September 2014

Mulbury Homes strengthens management team with senior appointments

Mulbury Homes has bolstered its house building expertise with the appointment of former Keepmoat Homes regional managing director David Wroe.

David joins Mulbury Homes as head of partnerships and regeneration. The 41-year-old has over 20-years’ experience in the regeneration and development of residential property schemes, having previously worked for Beazer Homes and Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council.

David, who lives in Preston, will head up the firm’s Mulbury Partnerships division, helping secure and deliver affordable housing schemes alongside public and private sector landowners.

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Cumbria sculptor’s work saved as care scheme gets off ground

Contractors working on a new £4.4m specialist housing scheme in Cumbria have managed to salvage a historic stone carving on behalf of the local history society.

Work has been ongoing since April 2014 to demolish the former Huntingtons Garage site in Wigton, along with an adjoining house, to make way for a scheme of 42 apartments aimed at older people, those with disabilities or sensory impairments, and adults with learning disabilities.

Members of Solway History Society got in touch with Mulbury Homes to ask if the small stone sculpture above the door on the house, known as East View, could be saved.

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Mulbury completes affordable homes in Rochdale

Mulbury Homes has increased the supply of affordable homes in Rochdale with the completion of a 32 property development.

The £3.2million scheme has been handed over to Great Places Housing Group which will make the homes available for affordable rent.

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