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Forrest completes £1.5m solar installation for United Utilities

Forrest has completed a £1.5 million solar panel installation at Fleetwood Water Treatment Works (WTW) on behalf of United Utilities.

The project saw Forrest install a 1.32 MW solar photovoltaic (PV) system covering the roofs of four commercial buildings at the site, equating to one and a half football pitches.

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BGreen pledges signed

First Choice Homes Oldham invited local public sector partners to commit to six pledges to jointly improve neighbourhoods in the BGreen areas of Oldham.

BGreen is a co-operative partnership between First Choice Homes Oldham (FCHO), Oldham Council, British Gas, NHS Oldham and Forrest and has two clear aims. The first is physical improvements to homes and the environment in the St Mary’s and Coldhurst wards and the second is to address some of the wider social issues in the area including health and wellbeing, education, training, and employment opportunities.

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Contour Homes Transforming Macclesfield with Town Centre Apartments

Contour Homes is helping to breathe new life into Macclesfield town centre – by transforming empty commercial premises into modern affordable apartments.

The housing development on Queen Victoria Street has proved so popular with potential tenants that each of the four one-bedroom flats was let within days.

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Forrest to open new North East office following appointment to Anchor agreement worth up to £350M

Social housing contractor Forrest has been appointed by Anchor under one of its new long term agreements for planned works which could be worth nationally up to £350 million.

Anchor is England’s largest not-for-profit provider of housing and care for the over 55s and, following the appointment, Forrest is now set to open a new office in Newcastle.

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Lee McCarren discusses the recent NCHA Framework in 24 Housing

Lee McCarren, CEO at Forrest, discusses the specialist social housing contractor’s recent appointment to the £100m, four-year Nottingham Community Housing Association framework in 24 Housing.

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