RICS regulated

Barbara BugturConor Elliott-Walker

RICS regulatedCongratulations to Barbara Bugtur MRICS and Conor Elliott-Walker MRICS who recently passed their Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors Assessment of Professional Competence, qualifying as RICS Chartered Surveyors.

Both are the products of PPP in-house training programmes.

The Ridgeway

RidgewayThe Ridgeway development in Hertfordshire is another PPP project – complete with its own video:

Network starter homes

PPP were Employers Agents for Network Homes on this development in Hertford which won the ‘What House’ Gold Award for Best Starter Home

Click here to read more about about this Award

PPP were delighted to be one of the sponsors for a Network Homes community event on 22nd July 2017.

Network Homes completed 35 new homes for shared ownership and affordable rent at Tudor Way. The regeneration of Sele Farm continued with the transformation of homes on The Ridgeway. Demolition of poor quality ageing blocks on the estate began in January 2017, with them being replaced by 120 modern, mixed tenure family homes. The final development, supported by East Herts Council and the Homes and Communities Agency, will consist of 70 homes for affordable rent, plus 50 homes for shared ownership. (More information about Fun Day here)

Dujardin Mews

PPP are pleased to have been involved as Employer’s Agent on this new development.

Dujardin Mews is the first council-led, social housing delivered by the local borough of Enfield in 40 years. Forming the first phase of the wider regeneration of Ponders End, it provides replacement homes for residents of the nearby Alma Estate.

Alan Murray on revolution ride

On 13th – 14th May 2017, PPP senior surveyor Alan Murray joined 2500 other cyclists in the Dulux London Revolution Cycle  – a 185-mile cycle ride over two days, 360 degrees around London.

Alan was part of an 18-strong team which included a few PPP clients.

Alan was fundraising for the Northern Ireland Cancer Fund for Children and the Daisy Lodge. The NICFC is the leading local charity that provides practical, emotional and financial support to children and young people aged 0 to 24 affected by cancer. Free therapeutic short breaks are offered to families at Daisy Lodge in Newcastle Co. Down, where Alan’s mother is a volunteer. Every week in Northern Ireland, another THREE children, teenagers or young adults, aged between 0-24 years old, are diagnosed with cancer. Alan has raised over £1,200 to date through his participation in this event.