Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Nottingham property development company up for two national business awards

A Nottingham-based property development company has been nominated for two national business awards.

Hockley Developments has been shortlisted for two SME National Business Awards, with the winners due to be announced at Wembley on Friday 4th December.

Hockley Developments builds apartments and houses in the Nottingham area, and has grown rapidly over the last three years – with five development sites currently up and running.

The firm has been shortlisted in the Business of the Year with Less Than 50 Employees category, and in the prestigious High Growth Business of the Year category.

Managing Director of Hockley Developments, Alan Forsyth, said: “We are delighted to have been recognised for all the hard work the team have put in over the last 12 months.

“This has not been an easy period for anyone clearly and I am proud of how my team have risen to the challenge.

“The Construction sites have performed fantastically as have the office staff – often working from home, and now working 3 days a week from the office.

“We still have a lot of belief in the Nottingham market – and have acquired a new development site during the lockdown.

“We look forward to continuing to grow over the next 5 years – maintaining quality and value for money.”

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