Winning his second NHBC Pride in the Job Quality award – to add to his first Quality Award won last year, followed by no less than a Seal of Excellence for his work at the same site – is Ray Winney, site manager at Persimmon Homes Lark Rise development in Ullswater, Carlton Colville, Lowestoft.
Winning the award, he says was a matter of: “Lots of hard work by myself and my team, and everyone having real pride in the job.” Man management is another important factor in winning, he says. “It is necessary to motivate all the trades on site to do a really good job. The site team is really delighted at winning recognition for all our hard work and for me personally, it’s brilliant.”
The company’s MD has also added his congratulation with a personal letter of thanks.
Ray has been a site manager for five years, rising from assistant manager, prior to which he undertook construction studies at college.
Lark Rise comprises a superb selection of 97 properties in a variety of styles and sizes to appeal to buyers with a wide range of budgets, tastes and requirements.
Stylish apartments offer a great deal to young people buying homes on their own, or investors looking for an ideal rental property. Brilliantly designed two and three bedroom houses with flexible space are perfect for families and people downsizing from larger properties in Carlton Colville and surrounding Lowestoft, whilst detached houses with three and four bedrooms offer something for buyers looking for a touch more space and luxury.
Built on an excellent site, these beautiful homes are located in the delightful south of Lowestoft. They’re ideally situated close to the Norfolk Broads and Lowestoft’s award winning sandy beaches. The town centre of Lowestoft is just a short drive away, with a whole host of options for shopping and entertainment.
Carlton Colville has a range of shops and a supermarket, chemist and doctor’s surgery. Regular bus services run to the centre of Lowestoft, which provides a wider range of shops, department stores, a cinema and a theatre. Regular train services from Oulton Broad to Ipswich and Norwich link with Intercity services to London.