Newsletter August 2018
C0052-006 Volume 1, Issue 1 In this issue . . .
Artist’s impression of Lyttelton House and Frampton Arms Guildmore – Building in Hackney
Who is Guildmore
Our Project Team
What has been happening on the Project
“Safety Matters” at Guildmore
Guildmore – Building in Hackney
We have recently been appointed by Hackney Council to build 45 new homes on the Frampton Park Estate over the next two
years. This includes a mix of homes for social rent and shared ownership, paid for through new homes for outright sale.
These homes replace will replace the bedsits at Lyttelton House, which no longer met modern standards, alongside additional
new homes on the sites of the former Frampton Arms pub. This will provide high quality new homes meeting modern, design,
space and sustainability standards, with a mix of family homes to match the local housing need.
This is part of Hackney Council’s housebuilding programme, which is building almost 2,000 new homes between 2018 and 2022.
More than half of these are for social rent and shared ownership, with the remainder for outright sale to help pay for them.
I would like to take this opportunity to introduce myself as the Resident Liaison Officer for the proposed project and provide you
with some information on the forthcoming works.
Who is Guildmore?
Since our establishment in 1998 as a construction firm specialising in the design and delivery of care homes and assisted living
accommodation, Guildmore has grown to become an integrated contracting and property development company with particular
experience in the design, construction and long term operation of residential and public buildings. Guildmore is proud to be a
London based, family owned contractor and developer whose strength lies in our principles of trust, reliability and family ethics.
All our staff are encouraged to reach their full potential and be part of our overall success.
Contact Details – Hackney Council Contact Details – Guildmore Ltd
Michelle Pearce, Project Officer Nikki Hamilton, Resident Liaison Officer
Tel: 020 8356 2971 Tel: 020 8313 5050
Email: michelle.pe[email protected] Email: [email protected]
Claire Redford, Project Officer
Tel: 020 8356 1166
Email: [email protected]
A word from Arthur Hains
I am delighted to be able to write a few words for this first edition of the newsletter and hope you will find it both
interesting as well as informative.
Our team commenced on site in April 2018 with a programme of installing new perimeter site hoardings/gates, and
pedestrian routes around the two sites. We have installed a pit lane which acts as a safe delivery route in and out of
the two sites and have installed site accommodation offices and temporary supplies such as electric, water, drainage
and waste management/sundry facilities.
On the Frampton Arms site we have now commenced with groundworks. We understand this has caused a lot of
dust in the area and we would like to apologise for the dust and inconvenience caused. To reduce the amount of dust
we have brought in extra machinery which will help with the dust suppression by using site water bowsers so you
should see a reduction in the amount of dust being produced.
We will also be performing daily sweeps on the balconies of Sherard House and will be also be conducting weekly
window cleans for the front doors and windows which have been affected by all the dust coming from the
As of next week, we will be placing speed humps and installing circular traffic mirrors for each corner of Mason House
to slow traffic down to make the area safer.
On the Lyttelton House site, a soft strip demolition of the building has already taken place and we hope for a hard
demolition within the next few weeks.
As a member of the Considerate Constructors Scheme, Guildmore are committed to operating in a caring and
considerate manner and in particular reducing the impact on our neighbours as well as the environment around us.
We would like to thank you for your ongoing patience and apologise in advance for any inconvenience caused during
the course of these essential works.
We have included a neighbourly feedback slip on the back of this newsletter. To help us improve we want to hear
what you think about our services, we appreciate any feedback you may want to give.
Thank you for taking the time to read through my update. Until our next issue I wish you all the best and stay safe. . .
Meet our Project Team
Nikki Hamilton Arthur Hains Adrian Dimiati Nelson Chukujieze Andrew Brown
Resident Liaison Contracts Manager Assistant Site Manager Trainee Site Manager HSEQ Manager
What has been happening on the Project?
With Andy Brown
Health, Safety, Environment
At Guildmore safety comes first.
We strive to create a safe and pleasant working environment for everyone.
Building sites are dangerous and we would ask that you always take extra care
when in close proximity to the site boundary.
Take care when walking past the site
Be mindful of moving vehicles / delivery vehicles close to the site
Report any suspicious behaviour to the Project Manager
× Enter a building site as this is a restricted area
× Allow children to play near a building site – Keep them safe
× Climb scaffold or hoardings as this can cause injury
If you would like to inform us on what topics you
would like to read about in our newsletter please feel
free to contact us: [email protected]
We will be happy to hear from you.
Community Safety and Awareness Community Engagement
If you notice any suspicious activity out of working As a community service we are happy to provide free
hours and during public holidays please contact: advertising in our newsletter.
Police: 999 Please write to us on: [email protected]
61 Widmore Road