Andium Homes welcomes Sir Mark Boleat

11th November 2019

Andium Homes is pleased to welcome Sir Mark Boleat as interim Chair of the Andium Homes Board, and new independent Non-Executive Director, Jason Laity.
Sir Mark and Mr Laity were introduced to the staff and Leadership Team from Andium Homes on Friday, followed by some site visits which provided an overview of current development activity. Andium Homes is currently on site delivering 760 new homes, which start to be delivered this month with the first phase of the Samares development being completed, and 15 new homes at Belmont Court.

Andium also has outline planning consent for 122 new homes on the Jersey Gas site. The plans do not just deliver new homes but also include a new underground car park with options for electric vehicles and a significant extension to the Millennium Town Park. Planning consent has also been obtained for 5 new homes on the Robin Hood site and 21 new homes on Convent Court Low-Rise, the latter also including a modern facility for Age Concern to run their valued services.
Andium is also working on plans for the Ann Street Brewery site, which will include a Town Wood.

Following the visits, Sir Mark Boleat said “It was a pleasure and very reassuring to see all the good work that is being carried out by Andium Homes. The developments are very exciting and will make a significant contribution to increasing the much-needed supply of new homes, taking into account everything the Public would expect, such as well designed and constructed homes, modern methods of construction, parking provision and good quality amenity space.”

Site visits included recent refurbishments at Windsor Court and Plaisant Court, the refurbishment currently being undertaken at Hue Court, and new build sites such as Convent Court Low-Rise, Ann Court, Belmont Court, Jersey Gas, La Collette Low Rise, Le Squez Phase 4 and Samares.