Bloor Homes celebrates as record number of Site Managers win Pride in the Job Awards

21st June 2024 - following today’s announcement from the National House Building Council (NHBC), Bloor Homes is celebrating the twenty-eight site managers who have won Pride in the Job Quality Awards 2024 – a record number for the developer.

Each year the awards celebrate the UK’s finest site managers, rewarding best practice and celebrating excellence. They are also central to NHBC’s mission to ‘continually raise standards in the housebuilding industry’ and the awards are widely recognised as ‘the competition all Site Managers want to win’. 
This year the winners (by Bloor Homes region) are:
🌟 Bloor Homes South West - Ashley Sinden at Shrivenham, Charlie Church, at Faringdon, Alby Morris at Thornbury, Ben Yates at Chippenham, Dave Russell at Basingstoke, Jason Lockyer at Weston-Super-Mare, Mel Brook at Highbridge and Rob Lewis at Twigworth
🌟 South Midlands - Colin Clay at Winslow, Liam Flynn at Wellingborough, Rick Sims at New Sandy Lane, Northampton and Paul Dearsley at Long Lawford
🌟 Western - Dan Knight at Carterton, Dan Turner at Alcester and Kevin Locke at Worcester
🌟 East Midlands – Craig Hurst at Melton Mowbray
🌟 Eastern - John Crewdson at Felixstowe, Mark Hardy at Stowmarket, Matt Thurston at Elmswell
🌟 Midlands – Roger Howgil at Oadby and Danny Easton at Burton-on-Trent, Nick Schofield at Newport (Shropshire), and Ronnie Davenport at Warwick
🌟 North West – Fraser Murray at Congleton, Jonathan Scott at Cheadle, Lewis Legge at Warrington, Thomas Potter at Whiston, Wayne Marsden at Atherton

In a joint statement, Divisional Chairmen, Andrew Marns and Richard Oldroyd at Bloor Homes said: “Congratulations to all winners who have been recognised in this year’s NHBC Pride in the Job awards. Consistently putting customers at the centre of everything they do sets the bar high for the entire site team and ensures the delivery of outstanding quality in our new homes and developments for our homeowners. We are proud of all 28 winners – thank you to NHBC for recognising their dedication and leadership.”

The Quality Award winners will now go on to compete for Seal of Excellence and Regional Awards in the autumn, with the national Supreme Award winners unveiled in January 2025. Good luck!

To find out more about the NHBC and its prestigious Pride in the Job Awards, visit: https://www.nhbc.co.uk/awards-and-events/pride-in-the-job