Bellway Homes has helped the local community in Roby by designing and delivering a green space that incorporates a small pond and suitable drainage at the Age UK Mid Mersey Roby Hub on Merton Crescent.
The award-winning housebuilder has transformed the outdoor area at the Roby Hub, which was often waterlogged due to poor drainage and unused by visitors to the centre.
With Nutwood, its new residential development of three and four bedroom detached homes, just a short distance from Roby Hub, Bellway Homes was delighted to be involved in this special community project.
Working with Roby Hub, the housebuilder designed an outdoor area that would serve local residents as well as wildlife, donated all the materials required to deliver the project and undertook all of the work.
With the project now complete and officially open, Jenny Bell, Sales Director at Bellway Homes, commented: “We are always pleased to be part of innovative and inspiring campaigns in the local community and were delighted to assist Roby Hub with this particular landscaping project. We are really proud of the results.”
Marina McTigue from the Roby Hub, added: “The garden looks great now. It’s just what we needed so we can sit and enjoy a cuppa outside. Thank you Bellway.”
Councillor Colin Dever, added: “This is an example of collaboration between private, third sector and the Council working together for the benefit of residents. We welcome Bellway Homes’ commitment to Knowsley and Swanside in respect to this project.”