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4 June 2014
Building control experts, and haleys client, Approved Inspectors have been awarded grant funding to develop sustainable travel from their head office in Lancaster by the Local Sustainable Travel Fund (LSTF).
The LSTF was provided by Lancashire County Council and is intended to help combat the growing congestion in and around Lancaster and Morecambe by encouraging businesses to promote sustainable travel. The fund will help to provide cycles, locker/storage facilities and safety equipment for use by staff.
Director of Approved Inspectors, Chris Vaughan, is passionate about cycling and supports the local cycling team at Hoppers Rollers. Both Approved Inspectors and haleys are key sponsors of the team.
Approved Inspectors are experts in private sector building control service, providing a cost-effective and client friendly alternative to Local Authority Building Control. Building control supervision is required for a host of property works. This can range from a small loft conversion up to a multi-million pound new build development with the team at Approved Inspectors experienced and knowledgeable across the spectrum.
The company was founded in 2008 in Lancaster and has expanded to cover Kendal, Workington, Chorley, Shropshire, and Cheshire.
The newest office opened just a few weeks ago based in Cumbria where Ulverston born Neil Brooks holds the reins. Speaking about the expansion he said: “There aren’t many private building control companies around Cumbria. The biggest barrier is education – letting people know that there is an alternative to using a local authority.”
As well as providing a comprehensive compliance service haleys work with the team at Approved Inspectors to provide up to date management information to help assist with the successful and growing business, enabling management to make prompt and accurate decisions on the direction of the business.Go Back