Plans have been submitted to Darlington Council for Gus Robinson Developments latest scheme to be developed in partnership with Karbon Homes. Proposals for 44 new homes to be built in Middleton St George have gone to planners with a decision expected before the end of 2017, with works to commence in early 2018.
For the second time in less than a month, Gus Robinson Developments are able to celebrate the long service of one of our team. Finance Director Jeanette Henderson started with the company as a 16 year old and rose to the ranks of FD over the 35 years spent with the business. It was great to be able to celebrate this milestone while our Chairman Dan Robinson was back in the country.
August has been a great month for Gus Robinson Developments with 4 planning approvals being granted on sites in Hartlepool, Ryhope, Middlesbrough and South Shields. All of the new development sites will be delivered in partnership with Karbon Homes with over 100 new homes now in the pipeline to be delivered through 2018. Works have already started on the former Gardner House site in Hartlepool with works due commence on the Middlesbrough, Ryhope and South Shields projects over the next 3 months.
Gus Robinson Developments have secured a prestigious contract with Hartlepool Borough Council for the restoration and conversion of an historic building within the town.The Old Post Office, located on Whitby Street has lay derelict for a number of years since the closure its most recent use as Zeus nightclub. Works will commence in September to restore the former post office building back to its former glory.
The children from Y5 at St Peter and Paul RC Primary School in Tyne Dock have been working on a project which sees them collaborating with community artist Neil Canavan. Together they are creating artwork to be displayed as house numbers and an entrance feature to our new £4m affordable housing development on the site of the former St Mary’s C of E Primary School on Lord Nelson Street.
To help the children gather inspiration as they’ve worked on their art, they have had the chance to tour the development site where the houses are being built, as well as visiting the Port of Tyne, Neil’s studio and the Discovery Museum in Newcastle. Ellen Hagan, technical manager with Gus Robinson Developments, who escorted the children on site, said: “It was a pleasure to take the children for a look around the site. They were very inquisitive and very interested in the different build stages they could see on site.”
Steve Bell presented Brian Robinson with a watch, champagne and certificate of thanks for his 30 years loyal service to the company.
The finishing touches to our scheme at Sherringham House have now been made with the unveiling of a piece of artwork to be displayed at the new development. Gus Robinson Developments commissioned the artwork which was completed by local school children.
We just had to share this photograph of our fantastic Middlehaven Development. Pictured by night next to the iconic Transporter Bridge, these new homes look amazing.
Gus Robinson Developments moved a step closer to starting our latest scheme in partnership with ISOS housing, with Sunderland planners approving proposals for 24 new affordable homes in Shiney Row.The scheme, which is to built on the site of a former builders yard, will transform the derelict site with modern two and three bedroom family homes and six 1 bedroom apartments. Work is due to start in late March.
We would like to wish Jim Hughes, a Site Manager with the company for almost 27 years, a happy long-awaited retirement.Jim reached retirement age last year, but his talents and expertise were required on a prestigious development we were working on in the Town, so he delayed his departure plans.As Jim eventually takes his much-earned rest, we all here wish him a long, happy, healthy retirement filled with lots of sunshine holidays!Thanks for everything Jim - you've have been a gentleman and an integral part of the company for many years. Keep In Touch.