Sunday, February 24, 2013

Continue for Washington vacant housing site for years

Planning permission was given for a housing scheme in the former location of job openings for 10 years. Muse development was given the green light for 125 properties in Emerson Road, Washington. Muse plan will pave the way for delivery of the scheme sustainable 10-acre site stand out in a well established and popular residential location to the north of West Road (A195). After a very high level of support from the local community, the members of Sunderland city council unanimously approved the plan. The proposed development will result in a large number of social and economic benefits for the area of ​​Washington by increasing the supply of much-required housing, shopping area and creates an important job in construction. Senior Muse progress development 'surveyor Simon Dew said: "We're secured planning permission for a development that will make a major contribution to the strength and character of the wider area of ​​Washington." Muse is now sold at Newcastle-based site builder Bellway Homes, the scheme forward.

Thursday, February 21, 2013

Yuill family home once again develop the site for the award

TWO Yuill house staff members were recognized for their outstanding skills in managing the site after winning the National Council House Building pride in the Job Quality Award (NHBC) again. Project manager and site manager Neal Hutcheon Steve Cook again proved that they are the best in the business by winning NHBC Quality Award aims to find the best-run English building site. This is the fifth year in a row Hutcheon has NHBC Quality Award, celebrating Cook received the award for the third year running. Hutcheon, who works for Home Yuill for more than 20 years, said: "It was an amazing feeling to win this award for the fifth year running. An award that recognizes excellence in national trade standards so I was really proud of what I achieved. "Credit must also go to the entire team at Home Yuill to produce good quality work day, the site today." Cook, who works at Home Yuill for nine years after starting his career in the youth training scheme for building and maintenance, said: "I am very proud to receive this award for the third year in a row. "To identify how this is not only a great personal success, but also a wonderful reflection of the excellent work put in by the entire team." Hutcheon won his NHBC Quality Award for his work in the development of High View the last 12 months Yuill house 'in Blaydon and Cook for his work at the University Gardens, Billingham. The pair will now go forward to the next stage of the competition in no time clinching the coveted Seal of Excellence award - that Neil has won twice previously - before advancing to the title Award Winner Regional North East. David Mullins, managing director at Yuill Homes, said: "I am absolutely delighted Neal and Steve once again been recognized for the excellent work that they and their team have consistently delivered on their development. "For those who win this award honored today for some years in a row is a feat that is really great and showed a consistent level of our offer as a business, in line with the ethos of our company is high quality and excellent customer service as seen in all of our employees. "We want both Neal and Steve good luck in the next stage of the competition." The duo was assessed in 38 areas of site management including leadership, work, staff welfare, health and safety and technical expertise, and tested on technical knowledge, quality control and keep the build process. Judged by a panel of independent experts during the 12-month period, the award is a seal of approval for consumers define, who can relax in the knowledge that the home is the purchase of housebuilding to meet exceptional standards.

Friday, February 15, 2013

So much more than a football stadium

PLACE of worship for tens of thousands on Saturday, since opening its doors in 1997 Sunderland AFC has quickly established itself as one of the main conference and the landscape in the region. It has become a multi-functional, hosting everything from finishing university, national conference, exhibition outdoor fun for major music concerts. And with more than half a million music enthusiast then enjoying the largest music event ever held live in the North East in the past three years, with visits from Take That, Pink and Kings of Leon, stadium to be quickly become one of the major concert promoter choice where to scale the Great music tour. If it's business meeting, conference, exhibitions, social gatherings, weddings, dinner parties or other celebrations, flexibility makes it the perfect stadium. Various modern and stylish suites that can accommodate anything from 10 to 1,000 guests, and food and beverage options classes, specially created by a team of chef of the restaurant, take the Stadium Light in an area that is unmatched in the North East. Events to suit the needs of individuals and businesses and individuals dedicated and professional staff to manage the day to ensure everything runs smoothly. And it is a perfect combination of outstanding facilities, first class service and top-flight football to make the game simple enough days in a league of their own. Box with stunning views of the surroundings, the suite was a wonderful and relaxing bar overlooking the River Wear all equipped with the finest cuisine and five star service, so the perfect environment to do business entry And Sunderland to take advantage of 10 after last season, manager Steve Bruce has added a number of stars in its lot including Manchester United duo John O'Shea and Wes Brown and young rising star Connor Wickham and Ji Dong Won. Off the field, racking up ranking club awards including the Business Tourism Gold Award Winner in the North East England Tourism Awards, North East Business Awards, Learning, Training & Skills Award Winner, Durham & Wearside, British Chamber of Commerce Award for Excellence in Community Development, Tourism National Tourism Enjoy England Silver Award Winner Business and Portfolio Award Winner, Training Award overall. So if you have not visited the Stadium of Light, for business or leisure, put it on your 'to do' list - you will not be disappointed.

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Events efficiency of Sunderland Football Club

Sat pitch, Sunderland Football Club forge a growing reputation as one of the Barclays Premier League forces emerge. With Excellentiae Consectatio ethos which translates to 'the pursuit of excellence', SAFC is working - in each division - the best at what it does. And off the field, ethos instilled in every member of a strong team football clubs - including catering and hospitality division, which is the other force made a name for itself far beyond the city limits. In a beautiful place - Stadium of Light - Sunderland has a strong track record in delivering excellence in hospitality, whether it was a competition or not. Since moving from Roker Park the iconic home of nearly 15 years ago, the club can play on the power of modern equipment, developing a reputation for quality hospitality, restaurant, food service, and drinks they offer customers. At the Stadium of Light gain recognition on a national stage, nagki-respected official Enjoy England Awards for Excellence in the North of England as the best tourist commercial, now established as one of the shining lights for events and hospitality areas. Offering events and conference rooms that can accommodate up to 1,500 guests in reception style - and the team to provide a customized service expert, stadium choice time and time again for corporate events and private sectors in all sizes. And there is a lot of planning hospitality, event and management experience under its belt, now Sunderland puts skills to use away from home, the launch of a new subsidiary organization, providing catering and event management for clients of the site. Founded in early 2012, 1879 Events Management SAFC using the expertise of highly trained team to manage and provide off-site events. Delivering an exceptional standard of service for the same guests at the Stadium of Light to become accustomed, 1879 expanding expertise in the North East, supporting events throughout the region, if they do not or Tees Valley Tyneside. Gary Hutchinson, SAFC commercial director, said: "Sunderland Football Club has developed a world-class hospitality and event team, something that has helped us to put the city in the North East and indeed the UK hospitality map. "In-house hospitality academics us - to train our team to the highest standard - the largest of its kind in the UK, we place on service agreements and the importance of customer service. "Ethos Club kept only applies off the field here, and every aspect of our work, what we are looking for, and I believe they give you an edge.