Posted: Thu 13th Jul 2023

Deeside based Redrow Homes shortlisted for four prestigious construction awards

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Thursday, Jul 13th, 2023


Campaign Advert

Deeside-based Redrow, is up for four major accolades at the esteemed Housebuilder Awards, scheduled for November 2nd.

The company has been shortlisted in the categories of best customer satisfaction initiative, best marketing initiative, best staff development, and best sustainability initiative.

The Housebuilder Awards seek to celebrate and recognise outstanding work from residential developers across the country. Being a finalist in these categories illustrates Redrow’s commitment to excellence across a broad range of company operations.

Tom Roberts, head of communications at Redrow, headquartered at St David’s Park, Ewloe, voiced the company’s excitement. “Over the last year, we’ve transformed what it means for our customers to own a Redrow home,” he said.

In January, Redrow announced a nationwide roll-out of their Eco Electric homes, making it the first major housebuilder to introduce air source heat pumps and underfloor heating in every forthcoming development.

This innovation has now put Redrow in contention for the best sustainability initiative award.

The company’s Eco Electric marketing campaign, which attracted significant media attention at its launch, has been nominated for the best marketing initiative award.

Redrow’s digital home buying experience, lauded at the recent Customer Satisfaction Awards, is once again in the spotlight, being a finalist in the best customer satisfaction initiative category.

Lastly, the company’s new Southern divisional headquarters in Crawley, designed as a blueprint for agile working environments at other locations, is shortlisted for the best staff development award.

The Housebuilder Awards ceremony, held at InterContinental London The O2, will also name one of the finalists as the large housebuilder of the year. “We wish all the other finalists good luck and look forward to the ceremony on November 2,” Tom added.

Spotted something? Got a story? Send a Facebook Message | A direct message on Twitter | Email: [email protected]
Latest News

  • Call to help to tackle spread of invasive Chinese mitten crab in Wales
  • Opinion: Proposed 300 house development in Hawarden “places significant strain on the village’s already fragile infrastructure”
  • Call for new strategy to address rural poverty

  • More...

    Call to help to tackle spread of invasive Chinese mitten crab in Wales

    News

    Opinion: Proposed 300 house development in Hawarden “places significant strain on the village’s already fragile infrastructure”

    News

    Call for new strategy to address rural poverty

    News

    Flintshire Councillors who split from labour to form new party reveal reasons for leaving

    News

    Plan ahead for overnight closures on M56 near Manchester Airport

    News

    Former Minister calls for increased funding to rescue Welsh culture sector

    News

    North Wales MS calls for improved mental health support for parents

    News

    Synthite Fire: Pollution levels in River Alyn now “safe,” says Natural Resources Wales

    News

    North Wales Rural Crime Team leads pioneering dog DNA project to stop livestock attacks

    News