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24 May 2016
Karl Hick shortlisted for prestigious 'Green' award

Karl Hick shortlisted for prestigious 'Green' award

 

Karl Hick, CEO of The Larkfleet Group of Companies, has been shortlisted for the prestigious ‘Leader of the Year’ category in the BusinessGreen Leaders Awards.

Karl said: “To be shortlisted for such a prestigious award is a privilege. I can see I am in very good company and I look forward to the…

17 May 2016
Larkfleet adds weight to EU letter

Larkfleet adds weight to EU letter

 

The Larkfleet Group of Companies has added its name to an open letter being sent to politicians by Building magazine.

The publication has launched the letter to support the campaign for the UK to remain in the European Union. Building says that evidence is growing that construction professionals want the UK to stay within the EU and that the risks of a Brexit for the sector’s recovery…

16 May 2016
Larkfleet Homes to support 'New Homes Week'

Larkfleet Homes to support 'New Homes Week'

 

Larkfleet Homes is backing ‘New Homes Week’, organised by the Home Builders Federation, which runs from 16 to 22 May.

Larkfleet – which includes the Allison Homes brand – is an award-winning builder with expertise in developing larger sites and age-exclusive housing as well as family and ‘starter’ homes.

New Homes Week is aimed at promoting the benefits of buying a newly-built…

10 May 2016
Leading housebuilder speaks out for europe

Leading housebuilder speaks out for europe

 

The boss of one of the country’s leading housebuilders has entered the political debate over the EU referendum.

Karl Hick, CEO of The Larkfleet Group of Companies which includes housebuilders Larkfleet Homes and Allison Homes, is urging people to vote to remain in the EU.

Larkfleet Homes was last year named as the ‘Small Housebuilder of the Year’ at the national HouseBuilder…

09 May 2016
Larkfleet invests in future of construction industry with new intake of apprentices

Larkfleet invests in future of construction industry with new intake of apprentices

Larkfleet Homes continues to invest in the future of the construction industry with its latest intake of young apprentices. 

As part of a CITB (Construction Industry Training Board) apprenticeship scheme, Larkfleet is helping three budding young construction students gain invaluable experience whilst they study. 

26 Apr 2016
Can the country and our children afford nuclear power?

Can the country and our children afford nuclear power?

The Larkfleet Group of Companies is a local medium-sized business that focuses primarily on building energy-efficient new homes and developing renewable energy projects.

The UK government’s energy policy includes nuclear power, fracking and gas (ie: fossil fuels). There is a complete absence of support for renewable energy. Although the government may say it remains committed to renewables,…

20 Apr 2016
Larkfleet Homes shortlisted as Housebuilder of the Year

Larkfleet Homes shortlisted as Housebuilder of the Year

Larkfleet Homes has been shortlisted for the Construction News Awards, Housebuilder of the Year 2016.
 
The Construction News Awards celebrate their twentieth year this year and are renowned for being the most prestigious and coveted awards in the UK construction…

12 Apr 2016
Helen Hick shortlisted for prestigious award

Helen Hick shortlisted for prestigious award

Larkfleet Homes joint managing director Helen Hick was shortlisted for a prestigious award at the recent Women in Construction Business Awards.

14 Mar 2016
Lark Energy teams up with university on storage research

Lark Energy teams up with university on storage research

Lark Energy Commercial is teaming up with a group of Masters students at Cranfield University to explore the costs and benefits of linking various battery storage technologies with solar and other renewables.

11 Mar 2016
Renewable heating options....

Renewable heating options....

Many colder countries, including the UK, consume more energy for heating than electrical power.