The £15m housing project will see thousands of homes receive new roofs, and is “well underway” in West Walsall.
The three year maintenance project is now two years in, with households reaping the benefits of more energy efficient and attractive roofs.
The project has delivered a wide range of community enhancing benefits and has supported the local economy with targeted procurement employing local sub-contractors and recruiting 12 local apprentices.
Director of Energy and Programme Management, Paul Dockerill, said: “We’re passionate about adding social value where we can, and it’s great to be working with Lovell, who share our values and understand the importance of supporting our communities.
Lovell’s Regional Refurbishment director, Carl Yale, said: “We are delighted to have been given this opportunity to leave a lasting legacy for the people of Walsall and promoting economic growth during this roofing programme, whilst improving peoples’ quality of life and their homes.”
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