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Gold award for Doncaster housing developer

Housing developer and regeneration specialist Lovell has been presented with a Gold Medal award by national safety charity the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents.RoSPA trustee Jocelyn McNulty, on left, presents the RoSPA Gold Medal award to Lovells Liz Gibson.

Housing developer and regeneration specialist Lovell has been presented with a Gold Medal award by national safety charity the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents.RoSPA trustee Jocelyn McNulty, on left, presents the RoSPA Gold Medal award to Lovells Liz Gibson.

Housing developer and regeneration specialist Lovell, which is working on two major housing schemes in Doncaster, has been presented with a Gold Medal award by national safety charity the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) in recognition of the company’s outstanding safety approach.

The Gold Medal, presented at a ceremony in Birmingham, marks Lovell’s achievement of consecutive RoSPA Gold Awards over eight years for its exceptional health and safety management systems at its developments across Yorkshire, the East Midlands and the North East.

In Doncaster, Lovell is currently building a £12.6 million housing regeneration scheme for Doncaster Council which will create 123 new two and three-storey homes on land at Six Streets in Hyde Park. The company is also working on The Gables, a £4.5 million, 54-home development in Doncaster for sister urban regeneration company Muse Developments as part of the £300 million regeneration of Doncaster Civic and Cultural Quarter.

 

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