"This was our first project with AWP and won’t be our last. Their experienced transport planners, highway and infrastructure engineers showed great commercialism and integrity throughout a protracted application preparation process due to a host of planning issues arising."
Breaking news: Honiton Hippo report
AWP Harriers' 1st run of the season was a great success, both in terms of the finishing times of some of the guys but more importantly in the fact that they raised over £500 for Macmillan Cancer Support, which we at AWP have matched.Jakewas our star finishing in 13th place out of a field of 225, which explains why he had changed by the time the post race photo, above, was taken. He was closely followed home by Ryan and Matt, both of whom also beat many good club runners. But all of the team recorded personal season best times and are tentatively thinking of what the next event might be.
We'll have a video of the race highlights on this page in due course . . . but you'll have to wait for Chris to come back from paternity leave. Which is a clumsy way of saying many congratulations to Sophie and Chris Yalden on the birth of their baby boy last week.
Back to some work related news . . .
We were recently invited by Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios to join their team to submit a proposal to the National Trust to undertake a Feasibility Study for the redevelopment of Silverton Mill, part of the Killerton Estate near Exeter. And after being short-listed to interview, we are delighted to announce that the team has been selected to undertake this project. We look forward to working closely with FCB Studios, Alder King and the rest of the team on this interesting project.
And finally for this month's news update, we're pleased to have been appointed by CG Fry & Son to support their proposals for an outline application for 650 dwellings at Jurston Farm, Wellington. We look forward to continuing our excellent working relationship with the CG Fry team.