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Latest news — articles for July 2016
The disused court house at Wallasey stands shrouded in safety netting and scaffolding. Behind the scenes M&Y Maintenance and Construction is busy preserving its past... and its future.
M&Y Maintenance and Construction, a subsidiary of the Regenda Group, is busy transforming the historic courts into housing. In partnership with Wirral Council, the old building will soon become 21 new homes to be offered at affordable rents to local residents.
A church minister has blessed the first Regenda Homes development to include a chapel. At a foundation stone-laying ceremony, the Rev Kevin Jones said the new place of worship under construction at Hesketh Bank represents an important new start for local village communities.
At a foundation stone-laying ceremony, the Rev Kevin Jones said the new place of worship under construction at Hesketh Bank in West Lancashire represents an important new start for local village communities.
Regenda has demolished the old Methodist church in the village, which had stood empty and neglected for years, to make way for six new apartments for affordable rent and eight houses for shared ownership.
Staff from M&Y Maintenance and Construction are taking part in the latest BBC DIY SOS project.
Volunteers from the company’s Lancashire depot at Poulton-le-Fylde were quick to respond to an appeal for help to save a vandalised building in nearby Blackpool which is used by local carers.