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Safety Health and Environment Advisor

Vistry Homes Ltd

9 days ago
9 days ago

Vistry Group brings together the energy and talents of Bovis Homes, Linden Homes and Vistry Partnerships (formerly Galliford Try Partnerships).

With developments from Northumberland to Cornwall and Cheshire to Norfolk, Vistry Group will be delivering around 12,000 homes a year across the country, this makes us one of the top five housebuilders in the UK.

We are a real powerhouse of a business with a focus on delivering for our people, our customers, our clients, our contractors and our shareholders.

 

In a Nutshell:

As our Safety, Health & Environment Advisor you will support Vistry Group in the safe planning, delivery and review of a variety complex projects across all areas of the construction and maintenance industry whilst ensuring compliance with the Vistry Group Safety, Health and Environment (SHE) Policies, Standards and legislation.

The role will cover Basingstoke, Portsmouth, Southampton, Hampshire.

 

What we would like from you:

Key Responsibilities –

  • Identify the roles and responsibilities of Vistry Group in respect of the CDM Regulations for each project and agree a course of action with the Business Manager and Site Manager to satisfy these requirements.
  • Facilitate the implementation of policies and procedures within business units to help reduce risk and support a positive SHE culture.
  • Proactively drive and promote the Vistry Group’s behavioral approach through site visits, management meetings and forums.
  • Support the successful implementation of the Group’s ActivSHEQ database through promotion and of the system at site level and input of data required by an SHE Advisor in accordance with company guidance and timescales.
  • Support SHE line management in the implementation of all Group SHE Standards and report any issues arising on site or within business units which may have an impact on SHE compliance and/or SHE resource requirements.
  • Actively support the business units as an Advisor in regular SHE Management Reviews, to assess and improve performance. Support the business in planning reviewing and achieving SHE objectives.
  • Support the business in measuring and monitoring performance against the Group and Divisional Sustainability Route Maps.
  • Maintain a dynamic and driven approach to promoting and supporting SHE across the Group.
  • Promote Vistry Group as a business which effectively manages SHE, through communications with relevant external professionals, e.g. legislative authorities and industry associations, forums, etc.
  • Provide specialist support through advice and guidance for the completion of pre-qualification and tender documentation.
  • Assist site management in preparing the construction SHE Plans prior to a project commencing and review them at each monthly safety, health and environmental review to plan for future activities.
  • Carry out a formal SHE reviews on all sites, on a monthly basis as a minimum, to ensure compliance with the Vistry Group SHE Policies, Standards and legislation. Ensure that all reviews are thorough, factually based, independent and show a truthful reflection of site conditions and compliance with Vistry Group Standards.  All formal reviews must include a review of forward planning for up and coming works for at least, but not limited, to four weeks.  Where practicable, carry out informal interim site visits to offer support, advice and guidance to site teams once minimal review requirements have been met (this will include cross over visits to other sites and/or other regions as directed by the Regional SHE Manager)
  • Where working practices pose a significant risk to safety, health or the environment, ensure that the unsafe operation is stopped, that site and business unit management are informed immediately and provide the appropriate support, advice and assistance in identifying and implementing the necessary remedial actions.
  • Provide suitable safety, health and environmental information to the business in the form of staff briefings, annual update forums, workshops, presentations, etc. and support and participate in any company induction programmes, as appropriate.
  • Assist in the collation of SHE information for monthly reports and input the relevant information into the Vistry Group database.
  • Identify areas/operations that require specific safety, health and/or environmental instructions and organise and undertake this instruction on site, as required.
  • Provide information in the form of instructions, Best Practice Guidance, Codes of Practice, Information Sheets etc., and ensure site teams are provided with Group communications on safe working practices and alerts.
  • Ensure induction instructions are reviewed every month for relevance to current operations and ensure they are effectively carried out on each project.
  • Assist project teams in the review of high-risk contractors’ method statements, provide any assistance required in assessing other method statements and monitor the implementation of the same on site.
  • Assist business units in the performance management of subcontractors.
  • Ensure, by instructions, advice, information and training, that projects are being carried out to meet Vistry Group SHE standards.
  • Ensure that the Site Manager is advised if the project is not achieving Vistry Group SHE standards and further advise the Operations Director, Business Unit Managing Director, Regional Environmental Advisor, Group Environmental Manager and Group SHE Director, as appropriate.
  • Communicate effectively with the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) regarding the Health and Safety Policy and all relevant inspections, accidents and incidents. Ensure that relevant accidents and dangerous occurrences are reported promptly to the Business Unit Directors, Group SHE Director and the HSE as required.
  • Promptly investigate all safety, health and environmental accidents/incidents as required by legislation and best practice, in accordance with company guidance and timescales. Make known and discuss any significant findings/recommendations throughout Vistry Group.
  • Assist business units in closing out all incident investigations promptly and completely. Ensure all investigation recommendations are implemented.
  • Liaise with Business Unit Managers on a project’s safety, health and environmental standards.
  • Provide feedback on the effectiveness of Group SHE Management Systems and any improvements necessary.

Competencies –

  • Minimum of NEBOSH General Certificate or equivalent
  • Experience in the construction industry
  • Experience in a SHE role
  • Member of a Professional Body, progressing to Chartered status

Desirable –

  • Experience in housebuilding

The Good Stuff:

Vistry Group is a fast paced and exciting place to work. We offer our employees multiple opportunities to learn, develop and nurture successful careers with us.

Some of our key benefits include…

  • Competitive salary and package
  • 28 days holiday plus the option to buy or sell up to 5 days
  • Company Contributory Pension Scheme
  • Private Healthcare
  • Sharesave scheme
  • Company car, car allowance or travel allowance (role and geographic dependant)
  • Support with a professional membership

Inclusion and diversity are paramount to us here at Vistry Group – we firmly believe that this culture nurtures stronger performances across the wider business. All of our applicants and employees are treated fairly and respectfully, regardless of any protected characteristic/s. If you require assistance with regards to reasonable adjustments during your application process with us, then please do not hesitate to contact us – we will always be happy to help.

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Safety Health & Environment Advisor

Vistry Homes Ltd

22 days ago
22 days ago

Vistry Group brings together the energy and talents of Bovis Homes, Linden Homes and Vistry Partnerships (formerly Galliford Try Partnerships).

With developments from Northumberland to Cornwall and Cheshire to Norfolk, Vistry Group will be delivering around 12,000 homes a year across the country, this makes us one of the top five housebuilders in the UK.

We are a real powerhouse of a business with a focus on delivering for our people, our customers, our clients, our contractors and our shareholders.

 

In a Nutshell:

As our Safety, Health & Environment Advisor you will support Vistry Group in the safe planning, delivery and review of a variety complex projects across all areas of the construction and maintenance industry whilst ensuring compliance with the Vistry Group Safety, Health and Environment (SHE) Policies, Standards and legislation.

The role will cover Portsmouth, Southampton and the South East region.

 

What we would like from you:

Key Responsibilities –

  • Identify the roles and responsibilities of Vistry Group in respect of the CDM Regulations for each project and agree a course of action with the Business Manager and Site Manager to satisfy these requirements.
  • Facilitate the implementation of policies and procedures within business units to help reduce risk and support a positive SHE culture.
  • Proactively drive and promote the Vistry Group’s behavioral approach through site visits, management meetings and forums.
  • Support the successful implementation of the Group’s ActivSHEQ database through promotion and of the system at site level and input of data required by an SHE Advisor in accordance with company guidance and timescales.
  • Support SHE line management in the implementation of all Group SHE Standards and report any issues arising on site or within business units which may have an impact on SHE compliance and/or SHE resource requirements.
  • Actively support the business units as an Advisor in regular SHE Management Reviews, to assess and improve performance. Support the business in planning reviewing and achieving SHE objectives.
  • Support the business in measuring and monitoring performance against the Group and Divisional Sustainability Route Maps.
  • Maintain a dynamic and driven approach to promoting and supporting SHE across the Group.
  • Promote Vistry Group as a business which effectively manages SHE, through communications with relevant external professionals, e.g. legislative authorities and industry associations, forums, etc.
  • Provide specialist support through advice and guidance for the completion of pre-qualification and tender documentation.
  • Assist site management in preparing the construction SHE Plans prior to a project commencing and review them at each monthly safety, health and environmental review to plan for future activities.
  • Carry out a formal SHE reviews on all sites, on a monthly basis as a minimum, to ensure compliance with the Vistry Group SHE Policies, Standards and legislation. Ensure that all reviews are thorough, factually based, independent and show a truthful reflection of site conditions and compliance with Vistry Group Standards.  All formal reviews must include a review of forward planning for up and coming works for at least, but not limited, to four weeks.  Where practicable, carry out informal interim site visits to offer support, advice and guidance to site teams once minimal review requirements have been met (this will include cross over visits to other sites and/or other regions as directed by the Regional SHE Manager)
  • Where working practices pose a significant risk to safety, health or the environment, ensure that the unsafe operation is stopped, that site and business unit management are informed immediately and provide the appropriate support, advice and assistance in identifying and implementing the necessary remedial actions.
  • Provide suitable safety, health and environmental information to the business in the form of staff briefings, annual update forums, workshops, presentations, etc. and support and participate in any company induction programmes, as appropriate.
  • Assist in the collation of SHE information for monthly reports and input the relevant information into the Vistry Group database.
  • Identify areas/operations that require specific safety, health and/or environmental instructions and organise and undertake this instruction on site, as required.
  • Provide information in the form of instructions, Best Practice Guidance, Codes of Practice, Information Sheets etc., and ensure site teams are provided with Group communications on safe working practices and alerts.
  • Ensure induction instructions are reviewed every month for relevance to current operations and ensure they are effectively carried out on each project.
  • Assist project teams in the review of high-risk contractors’ method statements, provide any assistance required in assessing other method statements and monitor the implementation of the same on site.
  • Assist business units in the performance management of subcontractors.
  • Ensure, by instructions, advice, information and training, that projects are being carried out to meet Vistry Group SHE standards.
  • Ensure that the Site Manager is advised if the project is not achieving Vistry Group SHE standards and further advise the Operations Director, Business Unit Managing Director, Regional Environmental Advisor, Group Environmental Manager and Group SHE Director, as appropriate.
  • Communicate effectively with the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) regarding the Health and Safety Policy and all relevant inspections, accidents and incidents. Ensure that relevant accidents and dangerous occurrences are reported promptly to the Business Unit Directors, Group SHE Director and the HSE as required.
  • Promptly investigate all safety, health and environmental accidents/incidents as required by legislation and best practice, in accordance with company guidance and timescales. Make known and discuss any significant findings/recommendations throughout Vistry Group.
  • Assist business units in closing out all incident investigations promptly and completely. Ensure all investigation recommendations are implemented.
  • Liaise with Business Unit Managers on a project’s safety, health and environmental standards.
  • Provide feedback on the effectiveness of Group SHE Management Systems and any improvements necessary.

Competencies –

  • Minimum of NEBOSH General Certificate or equivalent
  • Experience in the construction industry
  • Experience in a SHE role
  • Member of a Professional Body, progressing to Chartered status

Desirable –

  • Experience in housebuilding

The Good Stuff:

Vistry Group is a fast paced and exciting place to work. We offer our employees multiple opportunities to learn, develop and nurture successful careers with us.

Some of our key benefits include…

  • Competitive salary and package
  • 28 days holiday plus the option to buy or sell up to 5 days
  • Company Contributory Pension Scheme
  • Private Healthcare
  • Sharesave scheme
  • Company car, car allowance or travel allowance (role and geographic dependant)
  • Support with a professional membership

Inclusion and diversity are paramount to us here at Vistry Group – we firmly believe that this culture nurtures stronger performances across the wider business. All of our applicants and employees are treated fairly and respectfully, regardless of any protected characteristic/s. If you require assistance with regards to reasonable adjustments during your application process with us, then please do not hesitate to contact us – we will always be happy to help.

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SHE Support Manager

SSE

UK (Any)
3 days ago
UK (Any)
3 days ago

Base Location: UK (any)

Salary: £Competitive salary and benefits package

Working Pattern: Permanent | Full Time, 37 hours | Flexible Working options available

About the Department

At SSE, Safety is our number one value. We live by our licence, if it's not safe, we don't do it. We focus on ensuring that we have no life-changing injuries or serious environmental incidents and that people are healthy and happy at work. Our SHE function helps our teams across SSE to deliver this, and ensure that we get everyone home safe at the end of the working day.

What is the Role?

SSE Enterprise Contracting are currently recruiting for an experience SHE Support Manager to support the C&R SHE Manger and the wider C&R Business in ensuring consistency in the design, implementation, communication and coordination of all Safety, Health and Environmental matters. This position will develop and provide technical and administrative direction compliant with legal requirements and industry standards on all SHE decisions, which have importance to overall C&R objectives, operations, and profitability.

Your duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to:

- The development, maintenance and review of SHE management systems, procedures and associated documents / business systems.

- Being a lead or subject matter expert in respect of SHE related innovation and improvement projects.

- Managing the internal / external SHE Audit programme including liaison with Business Assurance in respect of SHE accreditations.

- Being a lead in providing SHE support for bid and tender activities including where appropriate the formulation of SHE related bid and tender response content.

- Monitoring business level SHE performance data and the provision of regular reports and updates.

Working with their counterparts in the SHE Team and the wider C&R Business they will strive to implement and achieve one SSE way in relation to safety, health and the environment.

What do I need?

To be considered for the opportunity of SHE Support Manager you should have the following skills and experience:

- Experience of a high hazard industry, i.e. construction, offshore or petrochemical industry

- Working with SHE policies and strategies within a contracting intensive environment

- Working knowledge of SHE regulations in the UK and Ireland in line with C&R Business Environment(s)

- Experience in project management

- Understanding of development, design and construction activities

- Working in different environments with a range of people from throughout the entire business and contractors

- Postgraduate qualification in Occupational Health and Safety Management and/or hold a scientific, environmental, civil, electrical or mechanical engineering qualification or sufficient industry experience

- Chartered member of IOSH or equivalent professional body (or desire to work towards)

- IEMA Practitioner or equivalent professional body (or desire to work towards)

- Detailed knowledge of qualitative and quantitative risk assessments techniques

- Good understanding of SHE Management Systems, SHE Risks & UK Legal Framework

- Trained and experienced in Incident Investigation

- Determine degree of statutory compliance and anticipate the potential impact of new legislation

- Managing specialist SHE technical disciplines

- SHE review of design, construction and operations solutions for new or modified plant and processes

- Works across business boundaries both internally and externally to spot business development / efficiency opportunities for the C&R Business

- Managing the systems to support the SHE function

- Fully understands the commercial impact of decisions and spots business efficiency opportunities within own area of expertise.

Please be aware if you are successful, you'll be required to complete our pre-employment screening process before joining SSE.

Our Benefits

We're committed to ensuring we offer our people a great place to work, with competitive salary, contributory pension plan and benefits package. Click here to find out what else is on offer.

Next Steps

All applications should be submitted online however to discuss any adjustments you may require to submit your application please get in touch with jane.freeman@sse.com or on 02392 494518. We'll let you know the outcome of your application after the closing date.

About SSE

We all have different skills here at SSE and that's what makes us stand out. We all take pride in a job well done and share the belief that an inclusive culture is key to our success and vision for the future. Above all, safety is at the heart of everything we do at SSE and we live by the mantra 'if it's not safe, we don't do it'.

SSE is an equal opportunity employer. We encourage diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.

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Document Controller (Environment) Thames Water (London)

Galliford Try Recruitment

7 days ago
7 days ago
Document Controller (Environment) Thames Water (London) - (200000AT)

Description

 

DOCUMENT CONTROLLER

London

ABOUT US

Galliford Try is one of the UK’s most formidable construction businesses with a vision to be a people-orientated, progressive business, driven by our values to deliver lasting change for our stakeholders and the communities we work in. Our purpose is to improve people’s lives through building the facilities and infrastructure that communities need, providing opportunities for our people to learn, grow and progress, working with our supply chain to promote the very best working practice and caring for the environment in which we work.

We do this by holding true to our values, delivering excellence for our clients and the community, being passionate about our role in providing vital services, putting integrity at the heart of our business by doing the right thing, and collaborating with our clients, supply chain and stakeholders to deliver lasting change and long-term value.

We are committed to agile working, giving our people the freedom and flexibility to adapt their working life around their home life to achieve a proper balance. Our smart working approaches allow greater use of technology in the way we carry out our business, ensuring we provide a working environment that works for everyone.

OUR ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS

Our Environment Business provides ‘source to sea’ asset delivery capability across the UK and Scotland working on both Frameworks and Standalone projects. Since AMP3 we have delivered in excess of £2bn assets for clients such as Yorkshire Water, United Utilities, Anglian Water, Thames Water, Southern Water, Welsh Water and Scottish Water. As an established player in the market this a great opportunity to join the team at a time of transformation as we shape ourselves to be fit for delivery in a future digital world. We have recently secured a plethora of places on the AMP7 Frameworks for Yorkshire Water Complex Civils Framework, Southern Water and Thames Water Infrastructure and Non-Infrastructure projects ranging from £1-40m over the next five years.

YOUR ROLE

As Document Controller you will be manage all aspects of document control from setting up the filing system on Viewpoint for Projects ensuring compliance to the BS1192 naming convention. You will also provide a consistent and timeous service to contract teams by ensuring that project information / documentation is captured within the corporate Common Data Environment (CDE) for ease of retrieval by site teams.

You will

  • Participate in creating a knowingly safe working environment.
  • Accurate and timely receipt, filing and distribution of document
  • Accurate up to date registers of documents
  • Monthly reporting for internal and external meetings
  • Work must be carried out utilising the procedures, guidance and forms contained within the corporate Business Management System (BMS)
  • Knowledge of the Document Control process at operational level is vital
  • Ensure company Document Control Procedures are adhered to
  • Create relevant register(s) for site teams
  • Ensure documentation is approved prior to issue
  • Ensure all registers are up to date and completed correctly prior to internal and external auditing
  • Ensure that change control of revision status is recorded and easily traceable and identified
  • Ensure that latest revision of live documentation is available and distributed to relevant group at point of use
  • Ensure external documentation is identified and distributed as required.
  • Ensure all drawings / documentation is controlled and maintained in a methodical manner

YOU

We are looking for passion and a willingness to deliver excellence. If you have a solid experience of setting up, administering Viewpoint for Projects or a similar CDE with excellent attention to detail and solid all round knowledge of Microsoft office 365 then be sure to get in touch!

IN RETURN

In return we offer an opportunity to work on some of the UKs most exciting construction projects, in a fast-paced environment where each day brings new challenges as well as a great salary and benefits package including car or car allowance, pension, healthcare, bonus and 28 days holiday plus bank holidays. We will always consider flexible working hours and arrangements. 

For more information on this Document Controller role or to enquire about other positions available within our environment business please contact Donna Apperley

donna.apperley@gallifordtry.co.uk

Galliford Try are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all sectors of the community

   

 

Primary Location

: Greater London

Job

: Administration

Organization

: Construction & Investments

Job Type

: Experienced

Job Posting

: Feb 18, 2021, 8:06:04 AM
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Health, Safety and Environment Graduate 2021 - UK Wide

Galliford Try Recruitment

23 days ago
23 days ago
Health, Safety and Environment Graduate 2021 - UK Wide  - (2100001J)

Description

 

Join our team:

Our aspiration is to be a values-driven, progressive, people-orientated company, working together to deliver for our clients and shareholders. 

We pride ourselves on our values of excellence, passion, integrity and collaboration and are a flexible employer with a forward-thinking outlook. 

We are committed to agile working, giving our people the freedom and flexibility to adapt their working life around their home life to achieve a proper balance. Our smart working approaches allow greater use of technology in the way we carry out our business, ensuring we provide a working environment that works for everyone. We support and nurture our people through our wellbeing initiatives.

Our business is defined by our people, so if you’re a team player, committed, talented and enthusiastic, you’re the type of person we’re seeking.

About our programme:

Our Graduate Programme is an in house, two year programme designed to support and empower you to develop your career. It comprises of six modules designed to develop your leadership and interpersonal skills and enable you to reach your potential. This is complemented by technical, on-the-job training as well as learning from experts within our business.

What we’re looking for:

  • Graduates from a wide range of backgrounds including Health and Safety, Environment and Construction Management (or similar)
  • Full UK driving licence (or currently learning) (desirable)
  • Passion, flexibility, resilience and adaptability
  • Good communication skills with the ability to communicate with a wide range of stakeholders
  • A self-starter with a flexible but robust approach, a good team player and able to work as part of a team
  • Highly motivated and curious, self-confident individuals
  • Strong problem solving skills
  • Good attention to detail
  • A highly organised approach to work
  • Willingness to get involved in key projects
  • Ability to become a valued member of the team

Rewards and benefits:

  • Agile working environment
  • Competitive base salary
  • Company car / car allowance (role dependent)
  • Contributory pension
  • Private healthcare
  • 28 days paid holidays plus bank holidays
  • Holiday purchase
  • Discounted retail schemes
  • Employee assistance programme

Location:

We have opportunities across the UK within our Infrastructure and Building businesses. The location of this role is flexible across our main office locations.

You must be able to and have evidence of the right to work in the UK.

Closing date: 15th March 2021

Galliford Try values diversity and is committed to a fair and inclusive recruitment process. We are happy to make reasonable adjustments as appropriate. 

 

Primary Location

: United Kingdom

Job

: Graduates/Placements

Organization

: Construction & Investments

Job Type

: Graduate Job

Job Posting

: Feb 2, 2021, 8:07:11 PM
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Mechanical Supervisor (Environment) Southern Water (Hampshire/West Sussex)

Galliford Try Recruitment

15 days ago
15 days ago
Mechanical Supervisor (Environment) Southern Water (Hampshire/West Sussex) - (21000029)

Description

 

MECHANICAL SUPERVISOR

Hampshire/West Sussex

ABOUT US

Galliford Try is one of the UK’s most formidable construction businesses with a vision to be a people-orientated, progressive business, driven by our values to deliver lasting change for our stakeholders and the communities we work in. Our purpose is to improve people’s lives through building the facilities and infrastructure that communities need, providing opportunities for our people to learn, grow and progress, working with our supply chain to promote the very best working practice and caring for the environment in which we work.

We do this by holding true to our values, delivering excellence for our clients and the community, being passionate about our role in providing vital services, putting integrity at the heart of our business by doing the right thing, and collaborating with our clients, supply chain and stakeholders to deliver lasting change and long-term value.

We are committed to agile working, giving our people the freedom and flexibility to adapt their working life around their home life to achieve a proper balance. Our smart working approaches allow greater use of technology in the way we carry out our business, ensuring we provide a working environment that works for everyone.

OUR ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS

Our Environment Business provides ‘source to sea’ asset delivery capability across the UK and Scotland working on both Frameworks and Standalone projects. Since AMP3 we have delivered in excess of £2bn assets for clients such as Yorkshire Water, United Utilities, Anglian Water, Thames Water, Southern Water, Welsh Water and Scottish Water. As an established player in the market this a great opportunity to join the team at a time of transformation as we shape ourselves to be fit for delivery in a future digital world. We have recently secured a plethora of places on the AMP7 Frameworks for Yorkshire Water Complex Civils Framework, Southern Water and Thames Water Infrastructure and Non-Infrastructure projects ranging from £1-40m over the next five years.

YOUR ROLE

As a Mechanical Site Supervisor, you will assist the site manager in maintaining a safe working environment for all employees, supply chain partners and visitors ensuring work is completed to the highest of standards.

You will

  • Ensure that all relevant health and safety documents are correctly recorded.
  • Check that all relevant documents adequately describe the work to be carried out.
  • Supervise work to ensure that it is carried out in accordance with method statements and work Instructions from the project manager.
  • Record the progress of works on record drawings or other suitable means when required.
  • Inspect and record incoming materials and their documentation when required.
  • Record the location of materials within the works where traceability is required.
  • Record all non-conformance and improvement opportunities and agree action with the person in charge of the works.
  • Recognise the health and safety considerations are central to all tasks and contribute to ensure safe working environments for all.
  • Actively support the Site Manager to maintain and enforce safety standards as required by statute and in accordance with Galliford Try's Safety Policies.

YOU

We are looking for passion, strong leadership and a commitment for delivering excellence.  If you have experience of supervising the installation of process packages and field pipework in an industrial process environment (if you’ve done this in water and wastewater then even better!) then I want to hear from you. Obviously, you’ll have the usual good stuff such as an HNC in mechanical engineering, CSCS and SSSTS backed up with sound knowledge of Health, Safety procedures in addition to be able to read mechanical drawings and interpret electrical schematics and P&ID’s. But we are looking for more than just that, we are looking for someone with a positive, “can do” approach who can work effectively as part of a team, if this sounds like you then be sure to apply.

IN RETURN

In return we offer an opportunity to work on some of the UKs most exciting construction projects, in a fast-paced environment where each day brings new challenges as well as a competitive salary and benefits package including car or car allowance, pension, healthcare, discretionary bonus and 28 days holiday plus bank holidays. We will always consider flexible working hours and arrangements. 

For more information on this Mechanical Supervisors role or to enquire about other positions available within our Environment business please contact Donna Apperley

donna.apperley@gallifordtry.co.uk

Galliford Try are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all sectors of the community

 

Primary Location

: West Sussex

Work Locations

Chichester 
68 Stockbridge Road 
 Chichester PO19 8QJ

Job

: Construction (Site Management)

Organization

: Construction & Investments

Job Type

: Experienced

Job Posting

: Feb 10, 2021, 6:57:37 AM
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Sub Agent (Environment) Southern Water (Hampshire/West Sussex)

Galliford Try Recruitment

15 days ago
15 days ago
Sub Agent (Environment) Southern Water (Hampshire/West Sussex) - (21000025)

Description

 

SUB AGENT

Hampshire/West Sussex

ABOUT US

Galliford Try is one of the UK’s most formidable construction businesses with a vision to be a people-orientated, progressive business, driven by our values to deliver lasting change for our stakeholders and the communities we work in. Our purpose is to improve people’s lives through building the facilities and infrastructure that communities need, providing opportunities for our people to learn, grow and progress, working with our supply chain to promote the very best working practice and caring for the environment in which we work.

We do this by holding true to our values, delivering excellence for our clients and the community, being passionate about our role in providing vital services, putting integrity at the heart of our business by doing the right thing, and collaborating with our clients, supply chain and stakeholders to deliver lasting change and long-term value.

We are committed to agile working, giving our people the freedom and flexibility to adapt their working life around their home life to achieve a proper balance. Our smart working approaches allow greater use of technology in the way we carry out our business, ensuring we provide a working environment that works for everyone.

OUR ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS

Our Environment Business provides ‘source to sea’ asset delivery capability across the UK and Scotland working on both Frameworks and Standalone projects. Since AMP3 we have delivered in excess of £2bn assets for clients such as Yorkshire Water, United Utilities, Anglian Water, Thames Water, Southern Water, Welsh Water and Scottish Water. As an established player in the market this a great opportunity to join the team at a time of transformation as we shape ourselves to be fit for delivery in a future digital world. We have recently secured a plethora of places on the AMP7 Frameworks for Yorkshire Water Complex Civils Framework, Southern Water and Thames Water Infrastructure and Non-Infrastructure projects ranging from £1-40m over the next five years.

YOUR ROLE

As a Sub Agent, you will take responsibility for ensuring resources, materials and plant are in the right place at the right time to ensure effective management and due diligence on site.

You will;

  • Participate in creating a knowingly safe working environment.
  • Day to day leadership and management of the works including the supervision and monitoring of the site team and sub-contractors .
  • Plan, control and monitor the progress of the works and coordinate the project as allocated.
  • Manage multiple packages of work in conjunction with the commercial team.
  • Attend external meetings as required with clients and stakeholders.
  • Report to Site Agent/Project Manager on progress and performance.
  • Assist the Site Agent/Project Manager to administer the cost forecast, valuation and reporting systems.
  • Attending and implementing weekly and monthly site meetings.
  • Ensure all site team and subcontractors are working to the latest design information.
  • Undertake material take offs where required and ensure materials are ordered and reconciled.
  • Conduct regular H&S checks and CDM audits.
  • Ensure Risk Assessments and Method Statements (RAMS), Permit to Work systems, inductions and briefing are correctly carried out.
  • Resolve any unexpected technical difficulties and problems may arise.
  • Ensuring and maintaining strict quality control procedures
  • Ensuring site team keep site diaries are up to date.
  • Assist with value engineering solutions.
  • Manage direct reports and ensure appropriate competence is maintained.
  • Monitor capability of staff and contractors to undertake current and prospective workloads and report to site management.
  • Understand any temporary works requirements.
  • Identify/assist in introducing new process, techniques and innovations on site.

YOU

We are looking for passion and a willingness to deliver excellence. If you have a solid experience delivering multidisciplinary schemes as a Sub Agent (or Section Engineer ready for the next step) on water process projects then get in touch as I want to hear from you. Obviously, you’ll have the usual good stuff such as an HNC or degree in civil engineering and valid CSCS, but we are looking for more than just that-we are looking for the right person to work safely, motivate and manage site teams site as well as strive for exceptional levels of performance, if this is you, call me today!

IN RETURN

In return we offer an opportunity to work on some of the UKs most exciting construction projects, in a fast-paced environment where each day brings new challenges as well as a great salary and benefits package including car or car allowance, pension, healthcare, bonus and 28 days holiday plus bank holidays. We will always consider flexible working hours and arrangements. 

For more information on this Sub Agent role or to enquire about other positions available within our environment business please contact Donna Apperley

donna.apperley@gallifordtry.co.uk

Galliford Try are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all sectors of the community

   

 

Primary Location

: West Sussex

Work Locations

Chichester 
68 Stockbridge Road 
 Chichester PO19 8QJ

Job

: Construction (Site Management)

Organization

: Construction & Investments

Job Type

: Experienced

Job Posting

: Feb 10, 2021, 1:40:16 PM
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Commissioning Engineer (Environment) Southern Water (Hampshire/West Sussex)

Galliford Try Recruitment

15 days ago
15 days ago
Commissioning Engineer (Environment) Southern Water (Hampshire/West Sussex) - (21000027)

Description

 

COMMISSIONING ENGINEER

Hampshire/West Sussex

ABOUT US

Galliford Try is one of the UK’s most formidable construction businesses with a vision to be a people-orientated, progressive business, driven by our values to deliver lasting change for our stakeholders and the communities we work in. Our purpose is to improve people’s lives through building the facilities and infrastructure that communities need, providing opportunities for our people to learn, grow and progress, working with our supply chain to promote the very best working practice and caring for the environment in which we work.

We do this by holding true to our values, delivering excellence for our clients and the community, being passionate about our role in providing vital services, putting integrity at the heart of our business by doing the right thing, and collaborating with our clients, supply chain and stakeholders to deliver lasting change and long-term value.

We are committed to agile working, giving our people the freedom and flexibility to adapt their working life around their home life to achieve a proper balance. Our smart working approaches allow greater use of technology in the way we carry out our business, ensuring we provide a working environment that works for everyone.

OUR ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS

Our Environment Business provides ‘source to sea’ asset delivery capability across the UK and Scotland working on both Frameworks and Standalone projects. Since AMP3 we have delivered in excess of £2bn assets for clients such as Yorkshire Water, United Utilities, Anglian Water, Thames Water, Southern Water, Welsh Water and Scottish Water. As an established player in the market this a great opportunity to join the team at a time of transformation as we shape ourselves to be fit for delivery in a future digital world. We have recently secured a plethora of places on the AMP7 Frameworks for Yorkshire Water Complex Civils Framework, Southern Water and Thames Water Infrastructure and Non-Infrastructure projects ranging from £1-40m over the next five years.

YOUR ROLE

As Commissioning Engineer you will be responsible for planning, executing and documenting of commissioning and handover activities on projects and programme of works in a safe manner, fully in accordance with statutory, industry wide, Galliford Try & Southern Water processes, systems, procedures and specifications.

You will

  • Update the Commissioning Plan execute commissioning in accordance with the plan.
  • Prepare and maintain the commissioning programme and execute activities in accordance with the programme.
  • Ensure application, along with all relevant information for Safe Control of Operations (SCOs) is made with adequate notice.
  • Ensure compliance is maintained for all GALLIFORD TRY related site activities.
  • Attend Factory Acceptance Tests and ensure all issues identified are adequately closed out.
  • Perform and document all inspections, testing and commissioning as required.
  • Invite the SW Asset Integrator and Operations to testing and demonstrations as required
  • Ensure the Asset Integration Manual is kept updated at all times.
  • Carry out plant labelling to SW specifications.
  • Provide all necessary information to the Technical Author for the preparation of the O&M Manual
  • Collection of asset data
  • Close out actions on the COM 4010 as required.
  • Manage and supervise subcontractors as required.
  • Organise and chair commissioning meetings. Prepare and distribute minutes.
  • Prepare/review risk assessments and method statements as required.
  • Communicate any delays or issues to the Commissioning Manager and Construction Manager
  • Reviewing, updating and marking up of documentation to as-built/as-commissioned status.
  • Keep accurate records of all key commissioning activities.
  • Maintain the snagging list and progress the completion of all snags assigned.
  • Perform all operation and maintenance activities until plant takeover.
  • Overseeing of the 28-day reliability test and production of a takeover report
  • Attend to plant callouts, including out of office hours and weekends up until plant takeover.
  • Commission and test telemetry systems.
  • Will be expected to work on multiple projects simultaneously.

YOU

We are looking for passion and a willingness to deliver excellence excellence.  If you have experience of  safe and successful commissioning of complex process and MEICA water and wastewater projects then I want to hear from you! Obviously, you’ll have the usual good stuff such as an engineering qualification backed up by sound knowledge and experience of Process control systems and strategies, electrical and instrumentation systems as well as experience of working within a certified quality management system. If you can bring your positive, “can do” approach and can work effectively as part of a team, then be sure to apply.

IN RETURN

In return we offer an opportunity to work on some of the UKs most exciting construction projects, in a fast-paced environment where each day brings new challenges as well as a competitive salary and benefits package including car or car allowance, pension, healthcare, discretionary bonus and 28 days holiday plus bank holidays. We will always consider flexible working hours and arrangements. 

For more information on this Commissioning Engineer role or to enquire about other positions available within our Environment business please contact Donna Apperley

donna.apperley@gallifordtry.co.uk

Galliford Try are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all sectors of the community

 

Primary Location

: West Sussex

Work Locations

Chichester 
68 Stockbridge Road 
 Chichester PO19 8QJ

Job

: Customer Service

Organization

: Construction & Investments

Job Type

: Experienced

Job Posting

: Feb 10, 2021, 6:57:01 AM
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Site Engineer (Environment) AMP 7 Southern Water (South Coast)

Galliford Try Recruitment

30+ days ago
30+ days ago
Site Engineer (Environment) AMP 7 Southern Water (South Coast) - (21000009)

Description

 

SITE ENGINEER

South Coast

ABOUT US

Galliford Try is one of the UK’s most formidable construction businesses with a vision to be a people-orientated, progressive business, driven by our values to deliver lasting change for our stakeholders and the communities we work in. Our purpose is to improve people’s lives through building the facilities and infrastructure that communities need, providing opportunities for our people to learn, grow and progress, working with our supply chain to promote the very best working practice and caring for the environment in which we work.

We do this by holding true to our values, delivering excellence for our clients and the community, being passionate about our role in providing vital services, putting integrity at the heart of our business by doing the right thing, and collaborating with our clients, supply chain and stakeholders to deliver lasting change and long-term value.

We are committed to agile working, giving our people the freedom and flexibility to adapt their working life around their home life to achieve a proper balance. Our smart working approaches allow greater use of technology in the way we carry out our business, ensuring we provide a working environment that works for everyone.

OUR ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS

Our Environment Business provides ‘source to sea’ asset delivery capability across the UK and Scotland working on both Frameworks and Standalone projects. Since AMP3 we have delivered in excess of £2bn assets for clients such as Yorkshire Water, United Utilities, Anglian Water, Thames Water, Southern Water, Welsh Water and Scottish Water. As an established player in the market this a great opportunity to join the team at a time of transformation as we shape ourselves to be fit for delivery in a future digital world. We have recently secured a plethora of places on the AMP7 Frameworks for Yorkshire Water Complex Civils Framework, Southern Water and Thames Water Infrastructure and Non-Infrastructure projects ranging from £1-40m over the next five years.

YOUR ROLE

As a Site Engineer, you will provide setting out and engineering control on site.

You will;

  • Participate in creating a knowingly safe working environment.
  • Coordinate site engineering control and setting out activities and provide information to operatives and subcontractors.
  • Complete diary sheets along with any photographic evidence as required.
  • Undertake material reconciliations.
  • Ensure all surveying equipment is calibrated.
  • Carry out as-built surveys on complete works and drawings.
  • Produce 2D & 3D site sketches.
  • Assist in maintaining quality records, ensuring all works undertaken in accordance with Inspection & Test Plans (ITP) and maintaining the as-built records.
  • Assist in basic planning, monitoring & programming.
  • Assist in mentoring junior and graduate engineers as required.
  • Control and minimise waste on site.
  • Identify/assist in introducing new process, techniques and innovations on site.
  • Ensure all company property under your control is taken care of and stored securely when not in use

YOU

We are looking for passion and a willingness to deliver excellence. If you have a solid experience setting out on civil engineering projects ideally in a water treatment/process environment then get in touch as I want to hear from you. Obviously, you’ll have the usual good stuff such as an HNC or degree in civil engineering and valid CSCS, but we are looking for more than just that-we are looking for the right person to work safely, motivate and manage the subcontractors on site and to strive for exceptional levels of performance, if this is you, call me today!

IN RETURN

In return we offer an opportunity to work on some of the UKs most exciting construction projects, in a fast-paced environment where each day brings new challenges as well as a great salary and benefits package including car or car allowance, pension, healthcare, bonus and 28 days holiday plus bank holidays. We will always consider flexible working hours and arrangements. 

For more information on this Site Engineer role or to enquire about other positions available within our environment business please contact Donna Apperley

donna.apperley@gallifordtry.co.uk

Galliford Try are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all sectors of the community

   

 

Primary Location

: West Sussex

Work Locations

Chichester 
68 Stockbridge Road 
 Chichester PO19 8QJ

Job

: Engineering (Civil)

Organization

: Construction & Investments

Job Type

: Experienced

Job Posting

: Jan 13, 2021, 6:59:15 AM
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Quantity Surveyor (Environment) Thames Water (London)

Galliford Try Recruitment

30+ days ago
30+ days ago
Quantity Surveyor (Environment) Thames Water (London) - (200000AR)

Description

 

QUANTITY SURVEYOR

London

ABOUT US

Galliford Try is one of the UK’s most formidable construction businesses with a vision to be a people-orientated, progressive business, driven by our values to deliver lasting change for our stakeholders and the communities we work in. Our purpose is to improve people’s lives through building the facilities and infrastructure that communities need, providing opportunities for our people to learn, grow and progress, working with our supply chain to promote the very best working practice and caring for the environment in which we work.

We do this by holding true to our values, delivering excellence for our clients and the community, being passionate about our role in providing vital services, putting integrity at the heart of our business by doing the right thing, and collaborating with our clients, supply chain and stakeholders to deliver lasting change and long-term value.

We are committed to agile working, giving our people the freedom and flexibility to adapt their working life around their home life to achieve a proper balance. Our smart working approaches allow greater use of technology in the way we carry out our business, ensuring we provide a working environment that works for everyone.

OUR ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS

Our Environment Business provides ‘source to sea’ asset delivery capability across the UK and Scotland working on both Frameworks and Standalone projects. Since AMP3 we have delivered in excess of £2bn assets for clients such as Yorkshire Water, United Utilities, Anglian Water, Thames Water, Southern Water, Welsh Water and Scottish Water. As an established player in the market this a great opportunity to join the team at a time of transformation as we shape ourselves to be fit for delivery in a future digital world. We have recently secured a plethora of places on the AMP7 Frameworks for Yorkshire Water Complex Civils Framework, Southern Water and Thames Water Infrastructure and Non-Infrastructure projects ranging from £1-40m over the next five years.

YOUR ROLE

As Quantity Surveyor, you will work closely with the MQS to support the commercial administration, reporting and performance on this AMP 7 Framework with Thames Water.

You will;

 

  • Participate in creating a knowingly safe working environment.
  • Produce Subcontract documentation including negotiation of terms and conditions, prices, and programme.
  • Management of subcontract works packages including, interim assessments of the amount due and subsequent change management.
  • Produce and issue all commercial notices, to both the Client and Subcontractors, as required by the form of contract.
  • Manage change in a timely manner in accordance with the form of contract, including the production and submission of Compensation Event Quotations.
  • Produce, submit, and agree monthly applications, to the Client, in accordance with the form of contract.
  • Liaise with operational and engineering staff to ensure site records are kept to the standard required.
  • Produce detailed monthly reports and Cost Value Reconciliation’s (CVR) as required by the business unit or project.
  • Produce and maintain a detailed ‘Cost Plan’, tracking and forecasting expenditure, including detailed schedules of Subcontractor ‘liabilities’ and use of Oracle based cost analyses.
  • Interpret and critically evaluate expenditure reports produced by internal cost systems.
  • Attending weekly progress and risk reduction meetings with the client and subcontractors.
  • Apply the principles of ‘Doing the right thing’ in maximising value and profit.
  • Be available to assist estimating and bid teams with contractual expertise.

YOU

We are looking for passion, strong leadership and a commitment for delivering excellence. If you have a solid track record working on multidisciplinary projects within a main contract environment from a commercial standpoint then get in touch as I want to hear from you. You’ll need experience of working in the contracting environment with good working knowledge and experience with the NEC form of contract. If you are degree qualified and member of the RICS or IOB (or moving towards professional membership) that would be advantageous. If this sounds like you and you are ready to strive for exceptional levels of performance, call me today!

IN RETURN

In return we offer an opportunity to work on some of the UKs most exciting construction projects, in a fast-paced environment where each day brings new challenges as well as a great salary and benefits package including car or car allowance, pension, healthcare, bonus and 28 days holiday plus bank holidays. We will always consider flexible working hours and arrangements. 

For more information on this QS role or to enquire about other positions available within our environment business please contact Donna Apperley

donna.apperley@gallifordtry.co.uk

Galliford Try are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all sectors of the community

 

Primary Location

: Greater London

Job

: Commercial

Organization

: Construction & Investments

Job Type

: Experienced

Job Posting

: Jan 7, 2021, 2:18:33 PM

Posted

9 days ago

Description

Vistry Group brings together the energy and talents of Bovis Homes, Linden Homes and Vistry Partnerships (formerly Galliford Try Partnerships).

With developments from Northumberland to Cornwall and Cheshire to Norfolk, Vistry Group will be delivering around 12,000 homes a year across the country, this makes us one of the top five housebuilders in the UK.

We are a real powerhouse of a business with a focus on delivering for our people, our customers, our clients, our contractors and our shareholders.

 

In a Nutshell:

As our Safety, Health & Environment Advisor you will support Vistry Group in the safe planning, delivery and review of a variety complex projects across all areas of the construction and maintenance industry whilst ensuring compliance with the Vistry Group Safety, Health and Environment (SHE) Policies, Standards and legislation.

The role will cover Basingstoke, Portsmouth, Southampton, Hampshire.

 

What we would like from you:

Key Responsibilities –

  • Identify the roles and responsibilities of Vistry Group in respect of the CDM Regulations for each project and agree a course of action with the Business Manager and Site Manager to satisfy these requirements.
  • Facilitate the implementation of policies and procedures within business units to help reduce risk and support a positive SHE culture.
  • Proactively drive and promote the Vistry Group’s behavioral approach through site visits, management meetings and forums.
  • Support the successful implementation of the Group’s ActivSHEQ database through promotion and of the system at site level and input of data required by an SHE Advisor in accordance with company guidance and timescales.
  • Support SHE line management in the implementation of all Group SHE Standards and report any issues arising on site or within business units which may have an impact on SHE compliance and/or SHE resource requirements.
  • Actively support the business units as an Advisor in regular SHE Management Reviews, to assess and improve performance. Support the business in planning reviewing and achieving SHE objectives.
  • Support the business in measuring and monitoring performance against the Group and Divisional Sustainability Route Maps.
  • Maintain a dynamic and driven approach to promoting and supporting SHE across the Group.
  • Promote Vistry Group as a business which effectively manages SHE, through communications with relevant external professionals, e.g. legislative authorities and industry associations, forums, etc.
  • Provide specialist support through advice and guidance for the completion of pre-qualification and tender documentation.
  • Assist site management in preparing the construction SHE Plans prior to a project commencing and review them at each monthly safety, health and environmental review to plan for future activities.
  • Carry out a formal SHE reviews on all sites, on a monthly basis as a minimum, to ensure compliance with the Vistry Group SHE Policies, Standards and legislation. Ensure that all reviews are thorough, factually based, independent and show a truthful reflection of site conditions and compliance with Vistry Group Standards.  All formal reviews must include a review of forward planning for up and coming works for at least, but not limited, to four weeks.  Where practicable, carry out informal interim site visits to offer support, advice and guidance to site teams once minimal review requirements have been met (this will include cross over visits to other sites and/or other regions as directed by the Regional SHE Manager)
  • Where working practices pose a significant risk to safety, health or the environment, ensure that the unsafe operation is stopped, that site and business unit management are informed immediately and provide the appropriate support, advice and assistance in identifying and implementing the necessary remedial actions.
  • Provide suitable safety, health and environmental information to the business in the form of staff briefings, annual update forums, workshops, presentations, etc. and support and participate in any company induction programmes, as appropriate.
  • Assist in the collation of SHE information for monthly reports and input the relevant information into the Vistry Group database.
  • Identify areas/operations that require specific safety, health and/or environmental instructions and organise and undertake this instruction on site, as required.
  • Provide information in the form of instructions, Best Practice Guidance, Codes of Practice, Information Sheets etc., and ensure site teams are provided with Group communications on safe working practices and alerts.
  • Ensure induction instructions are reviewed every month for relevance to current operations and ensure they are effectively carried out on each project.
  • Assist project teams in the review of high-risk contractors’ method statements, provide any assistance required in assessing other method statements and monitor the implementation of the same on site.
  • Assist business units in the performance management of subcontractors.
  • Ensure, by instructions, advice, information and training, that projects are being carried out to meet Vistry Group SHE standards.
  • Ensure that the Site Manager is advised if the project is not achieving Vistry Group SHE standards and further advise the Operations Director, Business Unit Managing Director, Regional Environmental Advisor, Group Environmental Manager and Group SHE Director, as appropriate.
  • Communicate effectively with the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) regarding the Health and Safety Policy and all relevant inspections, accidents and incidents. Ensure that relevant accidents and dangerous occurrences are reported promptly to the Business Unit Directors, Group SHE Director and the HSE as required.
  • Promptly investigate all safety, health and environmental accidents/incidents as required by legislation and best practice, in accordance with company guidance and timescales. Make known and discuss any significant findings/recommendations throughout Vistry Group.
  • Assist business units in closing out all incident investigations promptly and completely. Ensure all investigation recommendations are implemented.
  • Liaise with Business Unit Managers on a project’s safety, health and environmental standards.
  • Provide feedback on the effectiveness of Group SHE Management Systems and any improvements necessary.

Competencies –

  • Minimum of NEBOSH General Certificate or equivalent
  • Experience in the construction industry
  • Experience in a SHE role
  • Member of a Professional Body, progressing to Chartered status

Desirable –

  • Experience in housebuilding

The Good Stuff:

Vistry Group is a fast paced and exciting place to work. We offer our employees multiple opportunities to learn, develop and nurture successful careers with us.

Some of our key benefits include…

  • Competitive salary and package
  • 28 days holiday plus the option to buy or sell up to 5 days
  • Company Contributory Pension Scheme
  • Private Healthcare
  • Sharesave scheme
  • Company car, car allowance or travel allowance (role and geographic dependant)
  • Support with a professional membership

Inclusion and diversity are paramount to us here at Vistry Group – we firmly believe that this culture nurtures stronger performances across the wider business. All of our applicants and employees are treated fairly and respectfully, regardless of any protected characteristic/s. If you require assistance with regards to reasonable adjustments during your application process with us, then please do not hesitate to contact us – we will always be happy to help.



Source: Vistry Homes Ltd