LABC Warranty joins Bugler on affordable green development in South London

LABC Warranty will join Bugler Developments on the London Borough of Sutton’s Beech Tree Place development.

LABC Warranty joins Bugler on Beech Tree Place

Bugler, Beech Tree, and LABC Warranty

Beech Tree Place will bring 92 new homes to Sutton, located in the southern outer regions of London.

The development will bring affordable, net zero-ready homes to the area, as well as spacious apartments purpose-built to house the area’s existing elderly population.

Once completed, the scheme will complement Sutton London Borough Council’s Town Centre Masterplan, bringing biodiversity and traffic flow improvements to the area on top of quality affordable new homes.

“Bugler’s reputation for care, quality and value go before them,” said Julian Roper, Regional Sales Manager for LABC Warranty. “Beech Tree House will join a long list of high-quality developments Bugler has built in London to responsibly expand the availability of affordable and environmentally friendly housing available in the capital.

“LABC Warranty is proud to support them on the Beech Tree development, and to be part of their work to create new homes and new communities.”

Bugler will be assisted by LABC Warranty’s Major Projects Service, a dedicated team that works with builders of high-rise and complex buildings.

Offering specialised support to builders and developers, the Major Projects Service starts at the design stage and carries on their work to the site, working with builders and building control. 
You can read more about Bugler’s work around the London and South East here, and you can read more about LABC Warranty’s Major Projects Service here. 

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Please Note: Every care was taken to ensure the information in this article was correct at the time of publication. Any written guidance provided does not replace the reader’s professional judgement and any construction project should comply with the relevant Building Regulations or applicable technical standards. However, for the most up to date LABC Warranty technical guidance please refer to your Risk Management Surveyor and the latest version of the LABC Warranty Technical Manual.

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