25th October 2016
Industry recognition for two Chestnut Homes developments
The construction teams working to build new homes developments in Coningsby and Scothern have been praised for their high standards and quality of work.
County housebuilder Chestnut Homes’ developments in the two villages were recently visited by inspectors from the Considerate Constructors Scheme. The voluntary programme encourages participating developers to adhere to standards of best practice.
The inspectors were impressed by what they saw at Kings Manor, off Old Boston Road in Coningsby, and at The Grange, off Heath Road in Scothern, near Lincoln.
Rob Newton, Director for Chestnut Homes, said: “We are very proud of our construction teams at Kings Manor and The Grange – both teams have worked hard to keep these sites safe and tidy, and I would like to congratulate everyone involved.
“The high scores from the Considerable Constructors inspectors are testament to the quality and careful workmanship which goes into creating each of our homes.”
The Considerate Constructors inspectors score each site they visit out of a maximum of 50, with points awarded for the site’s appearance, the developer’s work to protect the environment, and safety on site.
Points are also awarded for the company’s respect for the local community during the build process and for efforts it makes to value members of its workforce.
Kings Manor and The Grange received scores of 33 and 36 respectively, with both developments awarded ratings of ‘very good’ or ‘excellent’ for respecting the community and caring about the site’s appearance.
The Grange consists of 30 new two to five-bedroom cottage-style homes, while Chestnut Homes is currently completing work on the 66 new homes within Phase 2 at Kings Manor.Back To News