Drive to recruit more small firms to build homes in Sunderland

September 13, 2017
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Small is beautiful for council bosses looking to encourage more firms to build homes in Sunderland.

Sunderland City Council is encouraging smaller firms to provide more new homes on Wearside.


The authority is holding a SME (Small and Medium Enterprise) Builders event next Wednesday, September 20, at Bede Tower in the city centre.

It is being held to provide smaller companies with the information, advice and practical support they need to access both the funding and available sites to build more new homes in Sunderland.

Portfolio Holder for Health, Housing and Adult Services Coun Graeme Miller will join Chief Operating Officer Les Clark and housing partners from the Government’s Homes and Community Agency (HCA) and North East Property Fund from 10.30am to talk and listen to all…


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