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Friday 21 May 2010


It was a successful night for Cheshire East Council (CEC) at this year’s Local Authority Building Control North West Building Excellence Awards.

Three local projects were nominated by Cheshire East Council’s building control department for regional awards after scooping a Cheshire Building Excellence prize in February of this year.

These awards recognise high-quality building work and successful working relationships between developers and local authorities.

MH Stainton won the Best Domestic Extension or Conversion for the refurbishment of East Court, Beechfield Road, in Alderley Edge.

It automatically goes forward to the national final, to be held in London in November.

Two additional Cheshire East projects received commendations:

· GB Building Solutions Ltd for the Best Community Development at The Leighton Extra Care Village, Rolls Avenue, Crewe

· Willmott Dixon for Best Education Development at Sir William Stanier High School, Crewe.

Cheshire East councillor, Diana Thompson, Cabinet support member with responsibility for prosperity, said:

“This is a great result for all concerned. These projects capture what is being achieved across Cheshire East; improved housing, modern educational facilities, innovative community projects and the positive working relationships which are forged between developers and local authorities.

“I would like to offer my congratulations to MH Stainton for its award and wish the company the best of luck for the national final later this year.

“Much praise must also go to all those in the building control team for identifying these projects and ensuring they received the recognition they deserve.”

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