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Welcome to the Russells Construction Winter newsletter

Waitrose Northwich opens its doors

The first phase of the regeneration of Hayhurst Quay in Northwich is complete with the opening of the town's new Waitrose store. Russells built the 27,000 sq ft building for developer H2O Urban as part of the wider masterplan to bring the 4.6-acre site back into use. Work to redevelop the 50-berth marina, canal access and create 58 new homes is ongoing.    

Russells JV to deliver £15m project

A new 13-acre business park is set to be developed in West Yorkshire after Russells Construction joined forces with developer Pendle Projects. The JV has unveiled plans for 140,000 sq ft of high tech industrial space on the edge of Bradford. The first occupier is in legal negotiations for a 25,000 sq ft unit, with discussions ongoing with another five potential tenants.

Children's charity Christmas boost

Russells has once again chosen to donate money to charity in lieu of sending Christmas cards. The company has supported the Royal Manchester Children's Hospital for a number of years  through the Christmas project, the Big Tea Break and various collections. RMCH is a cause close to the hearts of many people, including Russells' PA Ann Scott whose grandson has received treatment from its specialists.
The Russells team has raised almost £2,000 for various charities this year.
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Rhosneigr named best development

An award-winning 12 months was rounded off with a medal at the What House? Awards 2013. The Waterfront, a luxury beachfront development from housebulding arm Russell Homes, was recognised with a bronze in the Best Development category, beating off competition from across the UK.
The What House? award was the latest accolade for the company which earlier this year picked up Best Contractor at the Insider Property Awards and, this time last year, was named Main Contractor of the Year by Builder and Engineer.
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