Read all our latest news and project updates.
Latimer, the development arm of Clarion Housing Group, hosted a ground-breaking ceremony at The Cocoa Works on Monday 15 November attended by the Lord Mayor of York, Chris Cullwick, the Sherriff of York, Councillor Ashley Mason JP, and Cllr Denise Craghill, Executive Member for Housing and Safer Neighbourhoods at City of York Council.
Craig Finn argues the change in industry priorities as well as individual mindset is the key to achieving Net Zero Carbon. He also discusses the personal and business changes he has made to move towards this target.
We sat down and spoke to our new Project Management Work Placement Student Alecx about her education, career aspirations and the construction industry as she settles in at our Cambridge Street Collective and Elshaw House projects in Sheffield.
We have continued our support for Horizon Community College’s food parcels and also a steering group that provide Christmas day packages for young care leavers in Barnsley.
On Thursday 10th December, Managing Director Tony Shaw and Operations Manager Ian Gresser MCIOB joined our project teams to give Caroline Gumble, CEO of the CIOB a tour of our three exciting projects within the Heart of the City masterplan in Sheffield.
We have recently been re-awarded a place on the Department for Education (DfE) 2021 Construction Framework.
Today we joined representatives from West Lindsey District Council and Whittam Cox Architects to celebrate the opening of the Council’s brand-new £5 million purpose-built central depot at Caenby Corner.
Following an audit by Lloyd’s Register we have recently achieved ISO45001:2018 certification, the new international standard for occupational health and safety management, replacing our previously held OHSAS 18001 standard.
Construction work has started on the first phase of a new housing development in Clipstone, Mansfield, by developer Sherwood Oak Homes.
We have recently spent time with N T Killingley Ltd, Urban Wilderness, MCE Decorators and Banner Plant at Intake Primary School in Sheffield, improving the landscaping and greenery in a bid to mitigate the air pollution from the neighbouring road.
We have been celebrating success at the annual G4C Yorkshire & Humber Awards held on Friday in Leeds, where we had three trainees nominated in various categories for their work in the past year.
As a major partner in The Glass Works scheme to re-develop Barnsley town centre, we have donated nearly £400,000 to good causes over the five-year lifetime of the project. This has allowed charity groups across the region to safeguard and extend their life-changing services.
Once again our teams have demonstrated excellent attitudes and records across the year, leaving the Directors with the tricky decision of picking winners for our annual Health and Safety Awards.