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Central Belt building contractors invited to meet Lovell at supply chain partner day

Building companies across Scotland’s central belt, from sole traders through to large regional contractors, are invited to attend a special supply chain partner day as Lovell seeks to appoint a broad range of specialist suppliers to help the company meet ambitious growth plans for 2017, 2018 and 2019.

The supply chain partner day is due to take place on Thursday 13 July at Howden Park Centre, Livingston. Our directors will be on hand to answer questions about our development plans over the next few years. They are looking for suppliers across a broad range of building trades and other related services.

During 2017, we expect to build more than 450 new homes, an increase of more than 60% on the number of units we completed in 2016. Activity is expected to increase by a further 7% in 2018. With a number of new developments planned across the central belt, we are particularly interested to meet individuals and companies with relevant local housing experience. 

Stephen Profili, Regional Managing Director for Scotland said:

“Our supply chain partners play an important role in ensuring we meet objectives and, with a host of activity planned over the next few years, it is crucial that we have the right people with the right skills in place. This Supply Chain Partner Day is an important part of our strong commitment to supporting the local supply chain in the areas where we work. From electricians and plumbers to bricklayers and joiners and a range of other suppliers to the building industry, I’d encourage anyone interested in finding out more about potential future opportunities to work with Lovell to come along to the Howden Park Centre in Livingston on 13 July.”

The Supply Chain Partner Day is free to attend and interested parties are encouraged to drop in between 10am and 2pm. For further information please contact