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King's Lynn's Hillington Square regeneration project strikes gold in industry awards

By Julie Graham, Business Editor

Developers Lovell Homes East Anglia have won a top industry award for its work on a major refurbishment project at Lynn's Hillington Square.

Lovells' senior site manager Olly Thompson collected the gold award on behalf of Hillington Square at the Considerate Constructors Scheme’s (CCS) National Site Awards 2019.

The £20.5 million estate regeneration programme comprising 320 apartments was honoured for the contribution it has made to the community throughout the construction process.

Suppliers and sub-contractors from the area were employed wherever possible and local schoolchildren visited the site for a health and safety presentation.

In addition to the Lynn scheme, Lovell also picked up more awards for its developments in Holt, Norwich and Long Stratton.

Staff from Lovell East Anglia celebrate with some of the awards (9027739)
Staff from Lovell East Anglia celebrate with some of the awards (9027739)

Simon Medler, managing director of Lovell Homes East Anglia, said: “As a business, we are constantly looking for opportunities to make positive contributions to the communities in which we build new homes, and these awards come as a validation of all the hard work put in by the site teams to make our schemes a success.

“The conduct of staff on these sites have encapsulated our key principles, and I’d like to offer them my deepest thanks and congratulations.”

Among its portfolio, Lovell East Anglia has developments in Lynn, Holt, Gislingham, Fakenham and Mendlesham, with a range of homes available at each for professional couples and growing families alike.


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