Rugby estate’s manager wins award for hard work

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THE site manager of Taylor Wimpey’s Caldecott Manor in Rugby has earned a coveted prize in a UK building industry competition – his second such award for the new homes development.

Pete Biggs was named as a winner of a Pride in the Job Quality Award by the National House-Building Council (NHBC), and was presented with his certificate at Caldecott Manor by NHBC Regional Director Pete Watton.

Jan Titley, regional sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey, said: “We’d like to thank Pete and all the Taylor Wimpey staff at Caldecott Manor for the hard work and dedication which have resulted in him winning the award.

“This award is testament to the tremendous efforts of our team at Caldecott Manor, who take pride in building high-quality new homes and delivering first-class customer service.”

The NHBC’s 400 Quality Award winners are selected from more than 18,000 NHBC-registered housebuilders running sites up and down the UK.

They are judged on delivering outstanding new homes and maintaining the safest and most efficient building sites.

Each site manager undergoes a stringent selection process with independent judges visiting developments at key stages of the construction process to assess them on all aspects of house building, including workmanship, leadership, technical expertise and health and safety.

A selection of new homes is currently available at Caldecott Manor.

It has tree-lined public open space, and enjoys a location on the banks of the Oxford Canal, bordered by open fields.

Two-bedroom canalside apartments are priced from just £107,995 at the development, while four-bedroom homes start from £235,995 and five-bedroom properties from only £249,995.

Further information on Taylor Wimpey developments telephone 0121 703 3400 or visit www.taylorwimpey.co.uk.