Developments and Opportunities in Market Harborough

27th October 2016: 6.00pm arrival for a 6.30pm start through to 8.30pm approx.

The market town of Market Harborough is about to see some significant development projects take place and these exciting opportunities will be outlined at this event.

Mark Perris from the Harborough District Council will outline details about:

  • Leisure Contract expiry 2019 and next options
  • Exploring Move On Space
  • Developing small scale residential schemes
  • Asset Review - ongoing which may identify other opportunities
  • Local Plan development identifying amongst other things housing growth Harborough
  • Housing Fund - availability of funding for schemes delivering affordable homes

Mark along with representatives from Willmott Dixon will also talk about the development of the District Council offices in The Symington Building on Adam and Eve Street where the event will be held.
This beautiful building has been converted to office space for the council and other organisations as well as creating a new public library space and museum.
There will be a short tour of the building as part of the event.

Event Venue

LE16 7AG

Willmott Dixon Construction logo

This event is sponsored by Willmott Dixon Construction

Willmott Dixon Construction carries out our major contracting work on non-residential projects ranging from £1 million to over £100 million. This includes sectors such as education, leisure and culture, hotels, offices, health, retail, national frameworks for Government and local authorities, plus law and order facilities from prisons to Police stations.

Our Scape framework, where we are sole national provider, enables us to offer public sector customers the chance to save money, time and duplication through by-passing the OJEU process and contracting directly with us. Typically, it reduces the time taken to get a project to site by six months. WDC’s network of local company offices (LCOs) across England and Wales, each with its own MD, provides national coverage with a locally based team. This close-knit team are on first name terms with everyone in their LCO, and it also gives clients the close attention and relationship with their LCO team right up to MD.

The balance between being a national company and having local presence also helps our ‘local pound’ approach of working with local companies where possible, with up to 40 per cent of a project’s spending distributed within 20 miles. Clients also know their project is important to the LCO team, instead of being one of many in a national structure.

Willmott Dixon Construction

Lock House
Castle Meadow Road


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