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Calling construction businesses – supply chain opportunity

On March 12 Parkside Regeneration, a joint venture between St Helens Council and developer Langtree, secured planning consent from the council to build three logistics units at the former Parkside colliery in Newton-le-Willows.

 St Helens Chamber, which last week collapsed into administration, contacted the 2,000 businesses on its behalf, to boost local supply chain input to the scheme. It is a large and complex project requiring regional- and national-scale businesses to oversee its delivery. As part of their tender responses these businesses will be scored on the extent to which they are able to identify how they are working with local companies, and with who.

Companies can still register their interest in bidding for a range of work packages, from earthworks to joinery and flooring to windows by clicking here.

Source: Local Suppliers – This is Parkside