8th July 2015
A scouts group in Cumbria has received a £500 donation from Mulbury Homes to support a project to revitalise a vacant piece of land and turn it into a camping facility.
1st Wigton Scouts, which has around 80 children aged 5-17 in its beavers, cubs and scouts groups, acquired the land on the western edge of Wigton last year.
The group has been raising thousands of pounds to have the site fenced off and cleared of rubbish and excess undergrowth so that it can be used for activities and camping.
7th July 2015
Plans have been submitted for a third phase of housing development on a site off New Hall Lane in Preston.
Mulbury Homes has unveiled plans to build 68 more affordable homes in the area, this time on the site of the Alliance Mill in Brindle Lane.
The specialist housing developer is already building 51 homes on the former India Mill site, while its plans for 70 home ‘extra care’ scheme on the adjacent Manchester Mill site are also recommended for approval.
6th July 2015
Mulbury Homes has bolstered its technical expertise with the appointment of Lorna Senior.
Lorna joins Mulbury Homes as engineering manager from Keepmoat Homes where she procured and managed engineering elements across its sites.
Lorna has over ten years’ experience at a range of national housebuilders including Bellway Homes and Miller Homes.