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We’ve been shortlisted at the Plymouth Live Business Awards

We’re delighted to announce that we have been shortlisted for the ‘Built Environment and Infrastructure Award’ at the Plymouth Live Business Awards 2021.

The Plymouth Live Business Awards, held at Plymouth Pavilions on 3 November will honour those organisations driving the city forward and celebrate those businesses who contribute economically, culturally, socially to our city.

The Built Environment and Infrastructure Award, in which we have been nominated alongside Future Plymouth 2030 and John Grimes Partnership Ltd recognises Plymouth businesses that are making a major contribution to the city’s built environment and its infrastructure development.

This includes buildings, landscaping, transport networks and digital development.

The awards highlight a vast range of Plymouth’s enterprises over a broad, and growing number of sectors, applauding many of the city’s prime success stories.

Our submission highlights PCH’s total investment into the built environment in the past year, which has been around £24M – meaning our impact is far-reaching and hugely influential.

Last year we invested over £4M on large-scale improvement projects throughout Plymouth. These included modernising blocks of flats at Teats Hill, Artillery Place, Keats Street, Ipswich Close, Budshead Road and starting on Keyham Road, St Leo Place and Stokes Road.

Our investment in the city wouldn’t be complete without mentioning the extensive £12M works being carried out on three of Plymouth’s most prominent buildings - the Mount Wise Towers, which will not only improve fire safety but give them a fresh new-look and is set be completed later this year.

Ian Frazer, Head of Asset Management said: “We’re delighted to be shortlisted at this year’s Business Awards and that the hard work of the team has been recognised.

“The pandemic has meant we have had to make changes to our plans and overcome different challenges, but we have still been able to successfully invest in the city and improve the homes and communities of our residents and customers.”