A bathroom supplier which has built a network of more than 90 branches in less than 10 years has made its first move into East Yorkshire as it pursues plans to become the UK leader in its sector.
Easy Bathrooms, which was launched in Leeds in 2012, has opened a new showroom at The Trade Yard Willerby, part of the series of sites developed by Hull-based Allenby Commercial in recent years to support the construction and DIY sector.
The company behind the expanding Trade Yard brand has welcomed the opening of a UK-leading DIY business to take one of its sites to capacity while confirming a deal with another industry leader at its newest development.
Allenby Commercial, based in Hull, confirmed The Trade Yard Beverley is now full following the opening last week of the new local branch of Howdens in the final unit.
Hull-based developer Allenby Commercial has completed the acquisition of a prime site to the west of the city as the latest addition to its Trade Yard brand.
The purchase price for the former Bonus Electrical outlet in Willerby has not been disclosed but Allenbys said the deal takes the level of investment in Trade Yard into seven figures, with other sites already operating successfully in Beverley and Scunthorpe.
A joiner from Goole has made it through to the semi-final of the prestigious competition, Screwfix Top Tradesperson 2020.
Christopher Wade, 35, who runs Wade Joinery Construction Services, has been selected for his sheer passion for the trade, determination to succeed and demonstrating how he goes above and beyond the call of duty for customers.
With trade professionals playing a vital role in keeping homes and businesses, warm, safe and with power, Screwfix is proud to announce the return of its annual competition, Screwfix’s Top Tradesperson.
In its tenth year, Screwfix is proud to announce that its Britain’s Top Tradesperson competition is now open, and plumbers, electricians, builders and carpenters from Beverley can put themselves forward for the top prize.
The annual competition by Screwfix aims to celebrate the outstanding work and professionalism of UK tradespeople, resulting in one exceptional individual winning a £20k trade bundle, comprising of £10k worth of tools, £5k tech and £5k to go towards future training.
Selected as a regional finalist, Lewis Mower (28) from Hull is one step closer to the final in Screwfix’s annual search to find and reward Britain’s Top Tradesperson 2018 with the main prize being the keys to a brand new Mitsubishi L200 Warrior pickup truck worth £33,000 OTR.
Championing his trade, he has seen off competition from tradesmen and women across the region and will now attend a regional final on 21 June, going head-to-head against other tradespeople.
Screwfix in Beverley are on the look out for the local builders, electricians, carpenters and plumbers who they say deserved to be reconised for the work they do.
A leading supplier to trades people, Screwfix are holding a competition that will see the overall winner of Britain’s Top Tradesperson 2018 bag a Mitsubishi L200 Warrior pick-up truck worth thousands of pounds.