Local MP David Hanson, several local councillors and the residents of Abbey Court, Greenfield enjoyed a summer tea party hosted by Bramall Construction Ltd and Flintshire County Council. The tea party had been organised to celebrate the end of the renovations, which involved external refurbishment works to 42 households.
The residents of Abbey Court kindly gave up their communal room “The Meeting Place” for the duration of the project, which the Bramall team used as a site office. As a thank you, Bramall have presented the residents with a donation to help with their planned refurbishment of the room.
Councillor Sheena Wallbanks, resident of Abbey Court said ‘At last the tired Abbey Court has had its well deserved facelift and everyone here has now got their pride back. Thanks to everyone concerned with the works, we are all over the moon. A big thank you to John Rees Williams (Bramall Site Manager) and the site team for all their hard work – they were a delight to have here and we will miss them.’
Bramall Site Manager John Rees Williams said, “I would like to thank all the residents for their total co-operation in the successful early completion of this project.”
Councillor Helen Yale, Flintshire County Council’s Executive member for Estate Management said: “Flintshire County Council has invested £400,000 in this scheme to re-furbish Abbey Court and we are pleased the tenants are very satisfied with the end result which has seen major component replacement including, re-roofing, replacing windows, repairing and re-furbishing the garages and other environmental improvements. The overall transformation is quite amazing and it has lifted the area adding value and a sense of pride within the community”
David Hanson MP for Delyn said:
“This refurbishment is extremely welcome and credit must go to those that have worked so hard to make it happen. Having campaigned for these changes on behalf of local residents I know that will make a real difference to people living in Abbey Court.”