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A storming start to the year for Clarkson Evans

February 25, 2016

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Award-winning electrical contractor Clarkson Evans has had a storming start to 2016 after already securing contracts to wire more than 3,336 new homes.

Since the start of the year the firm’s commercial teams have helped the company be named as the electrical contractor on more than 24 new and existing housing development sites spanning the length and breadth of England & Wales.

The 3,336 new homes are being built all over the country from Bicester in Oxfordshire to Bridgwater in Somerset, Exeter in Devon and Henfield and Haywards Heath in the South East. 

From one bedroom apartments to six bedroom executive homes, the company’s highly qualified electricians and apprentices will deliver a first class, quality service to leading house builders including Bovis, Persimmon, Taylor Wimpey, Barratt and Linden Homes. 

The exceptional start to 2016 follows on from the company’s commercial  success last year, which saw the company wire one in 10 new homes built throughout England and Wales. February is already forecasted to be 25 per cent up on figures achieved in 2015. 

“We’ve been in business for 35 years this year and during that time we have developed an unrivalled reputation as one of the country’s leading electrical contractors, who can be trusted to deliver on our promises,” said Tim Bisp, Commercial Director at Clarkson Evans.

In September last year Planning & Housing Minister Brandon Lewis said the Government aimed to build one million new homes over the next five years.

“The house building industry is booming at the moment and we are poised to make the most of the opportunities that presents for our business,” said Tim.

“Our annual drive for would-be apprentices has started in earnest and we anticipate that our workforce will grow significantly in the coming months so we can respond to the needs of our customers,” he added.

Commercial Director at Clarkson Evans

Tim Bisp, Commercial Director

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