The morning started with some information about the dangers associated with construction sites, highlighted by Community Engagement Manager, Nia Collard, followed by some information around the development by Assistant Quantity Surveyor, Tomas Lewis-Edwards. The duo were then joined by special guest Ivor Goodsite, who was on hand to demonstrate how PPE should be correctly worn on site. A willing volunteer from the audience then took part in the red herring PPE game, cheered on by his eager audience.
The visit formed part of a wider Community Engagement Strategy delivered in line with the neighbouring development at The Pines, for client Coastal Housing. The scheme will deliver twenty eight homes alongside two residential units.