Today LoveDIY took a big step forward in its future development as the team took delivery of a paint mixing machine.
This £60,000 investment in a state of the art paint mixing machine will allow customers to choose between literally thousands of colours in a huge variety of paint finishes, from gloss to emulsion and from masonry to undercoat.
This is the latest milestone in the business’s expansion into offering a greater variety of paint options with free UK delivery and will also support the Gelder Group’s other divisions in sourcing high quality paint to meet customers’ needs.
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Gelder Livings development at Maple Close, Kirton Lindsey is now fully occupied with the last 9 families receiving keys to their new homes on Thursday 14th January.
The development of 16 units consists of 10 bungalows and 6 three bed houses and represents the second joint venture scheme Gelder Living have delivered with housing provider Ongo Homes, the previous development being 24 flats for the over 55’s located in Gainsborough.
Focus for Gelder Living now turns to developments in Sturton by Stow, Marton and Saxilby.
Brenda Davis & Elwyn Moses become the 6th purchasers to take up residence in their new home. Heynings Court is an exclusive development of 9 three bedroomed bungalows and marks Gelder Group’s return to the private development market.
All properties are highly energy efficient, come with photo-voltaic roof panels, underfloor heating and integral garages. The development is now complete with the remaining three properties due for occupation in February and March.
Gelder Living will shortly be commencing new developments in Lincoln, Saxilby, Marton, Sturton and a soon to be disclosed site located in the beautiful Lincolnshire Wolds.
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The major new framework is divided into five lots and covers all types of building and construction work, design, alteration and refurbishment. It is open for use by the NHS and all other public sector bodies in the UK.
The framework runs until 16 December 2023 with options to extend until 2027 with Gelder Group securing contracts up to £2.5m in value for the whole of the East Midlands and Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire Regions.
It’s great to end the year on a positive note and this year is no exception, the staff pictured have a combined working service record of over 300 years working at Gelder Group and while we couldn’t celebrate this in the normal way, with a presentation of their achievements from the CEO we managed to take a record of their milestones.
On the awards Steve Gelder CEO commented
Part of Our Vision 2020 was to be ‘the Company to work’ and I am humbled and proud when I see so many of our staff receiving awards for their length of service including Carl Wilkinson who celebrated his 30 years of service this year, what a positive way to finish 2020.
Works to the car park at Louth Hospital began on the 15th November in preparation for the start of Covid-19 vaccine program. The work included upgrades to the car park surface and drainage of the 2400mtr squared area. The £150k project is only part of the improvement projects the hospital are undertaking in advance of the rollout commencing on the 15th December 2020.
The £1.8m project will add 5 new classrooms to the Academy which will allow the school to attract more students and also extend the auditorium which will expand the facilities for music students. Preparation work has already commenced with ground breaking taking place in early January and completion being planned for September 2021 so the School can use the new areas for the 2021 intake.
Gelder Group have secured planning permission for 14 apartments in Lincoln City Centre. The development was approved during Lincoln City Councils Planning meeting in October and adds yet another development site to the Gelder Living brand.
The site received overwhelming support from the planning department who commented during the meeting:
The design is of a high quality and would deliver 14 new apartments in this important location without causing harm to amenity…the applicant is blending contemporary elements with traditional materials and form and we would recommend that the applicant has done this successfully.
Gelder Group currently have an exclusive development of bungalows available for sale in Knaith Park and are commencing work on further residential sites in Saxilby, Sturton by Stow and Marton in the New Year.
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Former Apprentice James Doran, who completed his Joinery Apprenticeship at the start of this year before making a career change has been accepted into the Parachute Regiment. James was one of only 16 out of 56 starters to successfully complete his training which is known as some of the toughest in the British Army.
James (Pictured) is still in regular contact with his colleagues at Gelder Group and is due to join his regiment, 2nd Para, at Colchester in December.
During yesterday’s live debate in Parliament, Gelder Group have been singled out for the work they undertook in HMP Lincoln.
MP Karl McCartney made these comments live:
May I be the first of the magnificent seven to thank my right hon. and learned Friend for that answer? Reoffending rates have historically been too high, as many of us are aware from our time in court as advocates or on the magistrates bench. Does he agree that working with organisations and businesses such as the Gelder Group at HMP Lincoln, which has been involved in delivering meaningful training courses to equip those spending time at Her Majesty’s pleasure with useful skills, is the right way to provide inmates with a positive restart to their lives after jail time?
Which was responded to by Lord Chancellor Robert Buckland who said:
My hon. Friend, who has considerable experience of the justice system in a former capacity, is right to highlight the work of organisations such as the Gelder Group and its great work in delivering training to prisoners in his county. He is also right to identify how transformative training and work can be for serving prisoners and those who are released, which will take a cross-government approach as well. I was delighted to hear recently about the great work of Agile Homes at Her Majesty’s Prison Leyhill, which is not only training men to build homes but helping them to save for their own homes in future through work.
The debate can be seen below: