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Having built over £1bn pounds worth of construction value on homes in Merseyside throughout the last 35 years, Sutcliffe’s work has seen them cover the width and breadth of the Liverpool City Region and beyond.

With the green agenda and the recent COP26 conference making the whole sector rethink further how it works, Metro Mayor Steve Rotherham’s latest push to provide almost 3,000 new homes on 14 brownfield sites has been incredibly well received by our team.

As part of a £36m plan to tackle the housing crisis, this fund will support eight private sectors and six local authority home-building schemes, with Sutcliffe already playing a prominent role in a number of these projects.

With space for circa 42,000 new homes on these aforementioned brownfield sites, Sean Keyes believes that the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority’s latest push to provide housing is one that will hold the economy and the construction sector in good stead for many years to come, as he said.

“The spread of projects across Liverpool, Sefton, St Helens, Wirral, Halton and Knowsley is just what the region needs and with close links to Halton Court, the Johnson’s Building with Sovini, Prescot Shopping Centre and St Helens Town Centre, our work will continue as we strive to provide cleaner and better living conditions for all.

“This news is a win-win for everyone involved in the Liverpool City Region, with over 40,000 new homes set to be built, brownfield sites cleaned up and wealth created across the areas both in terms of new business, new jobs and more opportunities for local people.

“This again proves that the local authorities are committed to constructing sustainable areas that can be maintained and used for decades to come and with this seen as another step in the right direction towards a more sustainable future, we look forward to playing our own small part in this green revolution as conscious and forward-thinking civil and structural engineers.”

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