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BakerWHEN former RAF  aircraft engineer Phil Prosser was pensioned off due to an injury he felt like his life had crash-landed.

So, in his mid-forties, he headed back home to Wolverhampton.  “The RAF was my life and I really loved it – I’d joined as an aircraft electrician at 16 and when I had to leave I was responsible for all of the RAF apprenticeships. I looked after about 6,000 people a year. Then it all came to an end so abruptly.”

Dad of six Phil was in the doldrums in a rented property near his parents old house in Oldbury  when he had an idea which has helped change the face of the Black Country’s industrial heritage and reunited one of Wolverhampton’s  oldest families.

“I’d not spent much time in Wolverhampton in the last 20 years and when I got back I was amazed at how much regeneration work was going on and particularly how much of the work was breathing new life into so many of the city’s iconic buildings.”

 James Baker (pictured left) & Sons boot and shoe factory (above)

And it was the sympathetic rebuilding of parts of Wolverhampton town centre in particular which gave him an idea of how to build a new future.

“I started thinking about history and innovation and how the Government is banking on getting Britain back on its feet through building – I realised what the construction industry needs is good trained and qualified workers.

“That’s what I’d done for more than a nearly three decades in the RAF, training people to do a good job in construction. I finally knew which way to go.”

So Phil, who was about to fly out to Afghanistan when was pensioned off due to a knee injury in a gym session, started wandering the streets looking for suitable premises to set up his own private training college.

It was then that he spotted James Baker & Sons boot and shoe factory in Cleveland Road, All Saints, a Grade II listed building which had stood derelict for decades.

The factory had finally closed its doors in the 1970s after more than 100 years and Simon Developments, the firm behind the Springfield Brewery regeneration, was busy turning it into homes, workshops and offices.

Phil said: “Part of it was up for grabs and was perfect for my plan … lots of space to carry practical training in plumbing, electrical installations and all aspects of the building industry. It smelled of history and I felt a bit of a connection to it too.

“I remember once a yPhilear my Dad, John who drove the B87 from Birmingham to Dudley – my mum Mary was his clippy –  used to visit Baker’s to buy himself some new boots for work and a pair of best shoes. I remembered it with great fondness.”

And it was while rummaging through the abandoned dusty workshops and offices that he came across a series of old framed Victorian and Edwardian photographs of the original Baker family. They had been hidden away in an old cupboard for more than 40 years.

“It was a fantastic find,” Phil said. “There they were tucked away in cupboard. We were in the process of renovating the old boardroom and I decided it would be a nice gesture to the heritage of the place to have the family re-united on the walls of the room where all the business decisions that kept Bakers alive for more than 100 years took place.”

 JT1ERR financial angel Jan Telensky welcomes James Baker

Now Phil and his manager at Engineering Real Results, Sara Learoyd, invited Mr John Baker, the only surviving member of the influential Baker family, to visit the factory to see his relatives restored to their former glory.

Sara, aged 27, said: “We were so pleased that Mr Baker decided to come along that we’ve decided to turn it into an open day based on Wolverhampton’s history and innovation, something to show the people the positive side of regeneration and how they can become involved in building for the future.”

To celebrate the open day on April 25 a set of original art works representing the history of the Bakers factory and the industrial revolution were commissioned and Phil and Sara will be unveiling state-of-the-art virtual reality training in plumbing, bricklaying and electrical installation.


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Dr. Telensky, John Baker & Mayoress

Dr. Jan Telensky shares the values of Victorian innovation.

When people talk about “The Victorians” most of the time the term is used in a negative and derogatory manner. People talk about “Victorian Values”, when they want to describe people who are sexually repressed, or have a harsh, unyielding or draconian attitude. The Victorians however were far from the rigid, inflexible, rule obsessed, intellectual inbreeds some people portray them as.

The Victorians were the architects of our modern world, who laid down the foundations of our current business and information society. Instead of shying away from “Victorian Values” we should be embracing them with the fervour and passion which they had.

The Victorians, like the ones who built this building and buildings surrounding it, had the gift of believing that anything was possible. No mountain was too high, no valley too low; no river was too wide and no continent was too vast that it couldn’t be climbed, spanned, crossed or conquered. Their ideas and their ambition were limitless and challenges and difficulties were things to be overcome not insurmountable obstacles to dishearten them and make them give up.

The Victorian attitude was to relentlessly press forward to their goal, regardless of whatever fate, nature, or even other men threw in their way to stop them. They did this by the simple application of four simple but vital premises: Information, Investigation, Innovation, and Implementation.

Having identified a problem they wanted to solve, or an obstacle the wanted to overcome, they gathered as much information about the problem as they could and clearly defined it. They would then investigate the implications of the problem, find out what resources were required or available to be brought to bear to bring about the solution that was required. If the required resources, systems, process, or procedures weren’t in place or didn’t exist they would innovate to create something new, vigorous, and exciting, to make sure that they could implement their solution and move forward.

If we compare that with what happens today we see that our own information and investigation stages are hampered and mired in concerns such as Health & Safety, Government Rules and Regulations, our P.R. profiles, or the fear of bad publicity. Our ability to innovate, or evJBen in many cases our desire for innovation itself, has been suppressed or killed off by the fear of change or the fear of ridicule, as people tell us “it can’t be done” or “you mustn’t do it like that”. All this of course means that we seldom actually implement a timely or appropriate solution.

In spite of all this there are still some entrepreneurs and innovative thinkers out there in the world of business and science. Men, and women, who embraced the true Victorian ideals of Information, Investigation, Innovation, and Implementation.

Businessmen such as Richard Branson; Jack Cohen, who founded the Tesco supermarket chain; and Jeffery P Bezos, the founder of Amazon. These men have investigated and then changed the way we shop. Men of science like, Tim Berners Lee and Trevor Baylis, the inventor of the clockwork radio, whose innovations have impacted our way of communicating ideas. And men of ideas such as, Mahatma Gandhi, Nelson Mandela, and Martin Luther King who have all implemented changes which have bettered the way we think about each other.

I believe that we should all re-embrace the spirit of the real Victorians. I’m sure that those Victorian gentlemen whose Information, Investigation, Innovation, and Implementation originally created this space would be well pleased to see it become a home for students who will go on in the true Victorian tradition to improve their career prospects and lives and contribute to helping us build a better Brittan.


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Office convertion plans set to deliver 11,500 new homes

Office converting plans set to deliver 11,500 new homesLambert Smith Hampton has announced today that 11,500 new homes could be created by converting 7.4m sq ft of the UK’s obsolete office stock.  

The new research analysed 32 regional markets and found that 27% of total regional availability is obsolete (11.7m sq ft) and of this stock 7.4m sq ft is suitable for conversion.

These new homes would fulfil 25% of the recently pledged housing stock by the Deputy Prime Minister, Nick Clegg and create thousands of new construction jobs.

Modern workplace trends change occupier requirements

Explaining why we have so much obsolete office stock, Tony Fisher, National Head of Office Agency said: “Modern workplace trends have changed office occupier’s requirements – they need flexible, open plan space and crucially less of it. In the last 20 years, the amount of allocated space per person in an average UK office has halved.

“Office occupier requirements will continue in this vein, meaning any stock that does not meet modern workplace trends is unlikely to ever be let again and while not every obsolete building can be converted a fair proportion could be.”

Planning permission no longer needed for office to residential conversion

Tony continued: “In the past getting planning permission to convert an office into residential accommodation could be costly and time consuming. This is no longer the case in England following the government’s recent announcement that they will allow office space to be converted without planning permission.”

The incentive to convert is greatest in London, where the gap between office and residential values is highest. However, the gains to be made from conversion are substantial across the UK. Average capital values for UK residential space are approximately £155 per sq ft, compared to average secondary and tertiary office values which range from £30 to £80 per sq ft.

Top five regional centres with greatest conversion opportunities

Our top five centres from the 32 we analysed, where there are buildings in the right locations, with suitable layouts and residential demand are:
1. Birmingham
2. Edinburgh
3. Nottingham
4. Slough
5. Manchester

Tony said: “Put simply, obsolete office space is a drag on our market and offering investors and developers little or no value.

“However, the return from converting to residential accommodation is far greater and with the headache of planning permission now removed from England the conversion route is an obvious step for any investor or developer and would go some way towards providing additional homes for our already over-crowded nation.”

Plans approved for £22.6m housing development

Plans approved for £22.6m housing development

Plans for a new housing development on surplus public land in South Yorkshire have been given the green light by Doncaster Borough Council this week.

The Council approved the first phase of a £22.6 million housing development at Carr Lodge in Doncaster, which is part of an accelerated land delivery programme.

The Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) has just appointed housing and regeneration specialist, Keepmoat as developer in the first phase of the project and work is expected to start on site this week.

Phase one of the scheme will see the construction of 329 new homes, 172 of which will be developed by Keepmoat, with a further 132 larger homes and 25 Custom Build plots also delivered in partnership with Strata Homes, another Doncaster based company.  The joint development name for the scheme will be known as ‘Dominium’.

The development will consist of a total of 1,500 mixed tenure homes, all of which will be designed to the Government’s Code for Sustainable Homes level 3, as well as being designed to be ‘Lifetime Homes’.

Keepmoat’s Group CEO, Dave Sheridan, said: “We are delighted with the council’s decision to approve the first phase of this major new housing development.  The Carr Lodge development will create an exciting new community for people to live and work and we are already receiving a lot of enquiries about the new homes that will be developed here.

“As a national company but with a head office located in Doncaster, this is a significant project for us and we are looking forward to working in partnership with the HCA, Strata and the council to deliver high quality, affordable homes for local people.”

Alan Beveridge, Area Manager at the Homes and Communities Agency, added: “This is the culmination of three years hard work to provide the roads and services as well as the homes that are needed in the local area.

“Alongside the 216 homes for sale there will be 66 homes for rent and 22 available to buy on a shared ownership basis helping to ensure that these new homes will be available to everyone.”

In addition to the wider development of some 1,500 homes, a new main street and village square incorporating shops and a community hall will also be developed, with other community facilities such as a children’s nursery, a primary school, youth club, sports pitches, play areas and a linear park also included in the plans.

When complete, Carr Lodge will include a network of high-quality green routes, which have been designed to encourage walking and cycling and provide connections to local facilities.

The first phase of the development is expected to take three years to build.

Planning application submitted for Stanton development

Planning application submitted for Stanton developmentBuilding materials giant St Gobain has submitted plans to build up to 2,000 homes at its old Stanton ironworks in Derbyshire.

An outline planning application for the redevelopment of the former Stanton Ironworks site has been received by Erewash Borough Council.

The proposed scheme has been submitted by Saint Gobain and is for a major mixed-use development, including thousands of residential units, shops, restaurants, community facilities, health centre, a 150-bed centre for the elderly, allotments, a primary school and sports areas – as well as office, warehouse and industrial units and new roads within the site.

The planning application from Saint Gobain also includes transport (including proposed alterations to road junctions), land contamination, wildlife and environmental reports.

Erewash Borough Council has now launched a three-month consultation period during which local residents and businesses can make their comments on the Stanton scheme. This consultation period will end on Friday 10 May 2013.

Councillor Geoffrey Smith, Erewash Borough Council’s Lead Member for Regeneration and Planning, says: “This is a major planning application and an important part of its consideration is giving local people and businesses plenty of opportunity to make their comments and express their views, which will be taken into account before any decisions are made.

“We will provide regular updates to keep people informed throughout the process. This is the biggest proposed redevelopment scheme in recent history for Erewash and there will be a substantial number of issues to consider, people to consult with and information to be assessed. It will therefore take many months for the Council to consider the application.”

Saint Gobain has applied for outline planning permission for the redevelopment of the former Stanton Iron Works site for a major mixed use development including:

  • 1,950 residential units,
  • A neighbourhood centre including retail, restaurants, café/bar/hotel uses and community facilities
  • Employment uses including
    • Up to 20,000 sqm of offices and business premises
    • Up to 50,000 sqm of general industrial uses warehousing
  • 150-bed accommodation for the elderly
  • Community plaza
  • Primary school
  • GP/Health Centre
  • Sports pitches and open space
  • Allotments
  • Associated infrastructure and roads (including alterations to 4 off-site highway junctions)

£10bn housing guarantees will pave the way for new homes and jobs

Government unveils £10bn investment to kick-start housebuildingThe government is setting out how 2 new schemes will put up to £10 billion of lending guarantees to work so investors can expand the private rented sector and build new affordable homes, Chief Secretary Danny Alexander and Housing Minister Mark Prisk have announced.

The ministers are publishing further detail on 2 guarantee schemes that will use the government’s hard-earned fiscal credibility to provide property investors with low-cost finance so they can deliver new private rented or affordable housing.

The guarantees were announced in September 2012 to kick-start private investment in the housing sector, which will create thousands of new homes and jobs, boosting growth across the country.

Chief Secretary, Danny Alexander said: “The announcement today shows we’re getting on with delivering an ambitious guarantee programme, giving projects across the UK a unique opportunity to take advantage of the strength of the UK’s balance sheet, allowing businesses and homeowners to benefit from lower borrowing costs and more affordable housing.

“We must build on this momentum to boost vital investment in the housing sector, creating jobs, supporting small businesses and building the foundations for growth across the country.”

Following extensive consultation with the housing sector, the government is setting out eligibility requirements and how the guarantees will be structured, in the scheme rules for affordable housing and the scheme rules for private rented housing. It is also publishing an invitation to tender for the running of the schemes.

The guarantees will support new-build projects, located in the United Kingdom. The private rented sector guarantee will back a variety of options to invest in new homes for private rent, from building new homes to converting existing commercial spaces into rental properties.

This will make vital finance available for projects in any part of the UK that have a minimum value of £10 million. The new homes will have to remain in the private rented sector until the money is paid back.

A separate scheme will be available to support new affordable housing projects, unlocking development for up to 15,000 new homes, on top of the government’s existing house-building programmes.

Untapped potential in the private rented market

Building homes specifically for private rent is a relatively immature market in the UK compared with other countries, which has meant that investors and lenders can be cautious about supporting new-build projects.

Under this new approach, the government will reduce risk for lenders by guaranteeing to repay the money in the event of default from borrowers. This should enable housing providers to borrow at well below current rates, and therefore encourage more investment in the private rented market whilst ensuring checks are in place to protect taxpayers money.

Boosting affordable housing

At the same time a guarantee will be available for affordable housing projects. This will be complemented by £225 million of grant funding, for registered housing providers in England to deliver up to 15,000 new homes for affordable rent or affordable home ownership.

Housing Minister Mark Prisk said: “We’re introducing groundbreaking measures to unlock the vast, untapped potential for growth in the private rented sector. Investors will now be able to draw upon low-cost lending so they can bring thousands of new homes into the market.

“The housing guarantee schemes will help to get spades in the ground, create jobs, and establish new business models that will ensure the private rented sector continues to grow and more affordable homes are delivered.“

New jobs to be created as the Government sends clear, durable signal to investors

The Government has reached a landmark agreement on energy policy that will deliver a clear, durable signal to investors, Edward Davey announced today.

The Energy and Climate Change Secretary said: “This is a durable agreement across the Coalition against which companies can invest and support jobs and our economic recovery.

“The decisions we’ve reached are true to the Coalition Agreement, they mean we can introduce the Energy Bill next week and have essential electricity market reforms up and running by 2014 as planned.

“They will allow us to meet our legally binding carbon reduction and renewable energy obligations and will bring on the investment required to keep the lights on and bills affordable for consumers.”

With a fifth of the UK’s electricity generating capacity due to close this decade, reforms are needed to provide certainty to investors to bring forward £110 billion investment in new infrastructure to keep the lights on and continue the shift to a diverse, low carbon economy as cheaply as possible. It will support as many as 250,000 jobs in the energy sector.

Mr Davey announced a package of decisions around the Energy Bill, which will be introduced next week:

  • The creation of a Government-owned company to act as a single counterparty to give investors confidence to enter into new long term Contracts for Difference for low carbon electricity projects.
  • Powers to introduce a capacity market, allowing for capacity auctions from 2014 for delivery of capacity in the winter of 2018/19, if needed, to help ensure the lights stay on even at times of peak demand. The Government is also seeking to provide certainty to gas investors and a Gas Generation Strategy will be published alongside the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement.
  • An amendment during passage of the Bill to take powers to set a decarbonisation target range for 2030 in secondary legislation. A decision to exercise this power will be taken once the Climate Change Committee has provided advice in 2016 on the 5th Carbon Budget which covers the corresponding period. In the meantime, the Government will issue guidance to National Grid setting out an indicative range of decarbonisation scenarios for the power sector in 2030 consistent with the least cost approach to the UK’s 2050 carbon target and reflecting both the existing fourth carbon budget and a scenario in which it is reviewed up, as outlined when the budget was set.

The amount of market support to be available for low carbon electricity investment (under the Levy Control Framework) up to 2020 has also been agreed. This will be set at £7.6 billion (real 2012 prices) in 2020, which corresponds to around or £9.8 billion (nominal 2020 prices).

This will help diversify our energy mix to avoid excessive gas import dependency by increasing the amount of electricity coming from renewables from 11% today to around 30% by 2020, as well as supporting new nuclear power and carbon capture and storage commercialisation. It is broadly consistent with the Committee on Climate Change’s recommendation. It will provide certainty to investors in all generation technologies and provide protection to consumers.


Sunderland’s New Wear Crossing project will create jobs

Four invited to bid £120m New Wear Crossing

Tenders will be invited this month for Sunderland’s New Wear Crossing project after the Government gave plans a final rubber stamp.

Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin signed off the planning inspector’s report this week allowing the £120m project to proceed to the tendering stage.

Four bidders have already been shortlisted for the project, but the local city council has kept the firms’ names under tight wraps.

Balfour Beatty, Vinci, Ferrovial and Graham Construction are believed to be the quartet in the hunt for the Sunderland crossing from Castletown to Pallion.

After a six month bidding process, construction could start in the spring of 2013 and take around three years to complete.

The Government announced in December last year that it was prepared to put more than £80m towards the 336m long landmark bridge and its approach roads.

Councillor Paul Watson, leader of Sunderland City Council, said: “This is the biggest civil engineering project in the North East and will sustain several hundred jobs across the city and region.  It will now take several months to complete the tendering process.

“In the long-run it is estimated, and this was a key element of the bid to Government, that it could help to create up to six thousand jobs across the city.”

By improving links from the A19 to the city centre and the Port of Sunderland, the project opens up new areas of development land along the south of the river. This will increase regeneration opportunities for both businesses and residents.

Councillor James Blackburn, the council’s Portfolio Holder for City Services, said: “The New Wear Crossing is a major civil engineering project. Work on the tenders and contract documentation reflects the scale and complexity of its planned construction.

“It is a project that can bring considerable economic and social benefits to the city and our region.”

The project is in line with the city’s Economic Masterplan. As part of its submission to the Government, the council outlined how the project can deliver measurable public value and a return on investment at a ratio of £4 for every £1 invested.


Builder wanted for £10m Sunderland leisure centre

Sunderland City Council has started the hunt for a contractor to build a new £10m leisure centre.

The design and build scheme will replace the  existing Washington Leisure Centre.

Work will involve construction of a 25 metre swimming pool and outdoor artificial pitches.

Up to three firms will be invited to tender and interested contractors have until November 23 to contact The Council of the City of Sunderland Civic Centre Burdon Road Sunderland City Council Corporate Procurement Kevin Marshall SR2 7DN Sunderland UNITED KINGDOM +44 1915611088 kevin.marshall@sunderland.gov.uk +44 1915531090


Jobs in Northampton due to UK’s leading mental health charity confirming further hospital investment

UK’s leading mental health charity confirms further hospital investment


Listen to Philip Sugarman, the CEO, being interviewed on BBC Radio Northampton.

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The award-winning St Andrew’s Healthcare, which is the UK’s largest mental health charity, has confirmed it now has the funding package in place to enable a further major investment in brand new facilities at its Northampton base.

St Andrew’s, the largest charity sector provider of NHS care, has agreed a £52.5m funding package with Lloyds TSB, to include funding the construction of a new 90-bed psychiatric hospital. The new facility will provide secure accommodation for a number of new services and will allow expansion of its existing national services.

Professor Philip Sugarman Chief Executive Officer at St Andrew’s said “In the last ten years we have completed a £200m programme of development and refurbishment across four sites, with our new units achieving high levels of occupancy. We have seen continuous growth and a recent sharp rise in market share.”

“We are now ready to plan the next phase of growth, with new facilities for service users placed with us by our NHS customers. These developments will strengthen our position as the UK’s leading provider of specialist secure care and as the country’s only independent national teaching hospital.”

Chief Finance Officer Nigel Alcock says: “Despite challenging financial forecasts for independent mental healthcare providers, St Andrew’s saw turnover increase by over 5% last year, to £169m.  As a charity it is essential that any financial agreements we enter into are right for our long-term commitment to care for as many people as possible.  We are in a very different position to some private companies, and that’s why we believe that the charitable model offers huge potential for the sector.

“This funding agreement will help St Andrew’s maintain the great results we have achieved by reinvesting in the future of mental healthcare over the last few years.  We are delighted to have finalised the deal with Lloyds, who have been fantastic to work with.”

David Hykin, Relationship Director at Lloyds Bank Wholesale Banking & Markets said: “St Andrew’s Healthcare has delivered a strong track record of growth in recent years, demonstrating the strength of its balance sheet and its future potential. We are working closely with the management team to support the growth ambitions of the charity, which is a well-established and impressive enterprise in the healthcare sector.”


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