british safety councilCasey has again been rewarded for its outstanding Health and Safety culture.

For the second year running, we  have been awarded a British Safety Council International Safety Award with Distinction, scoring maximum points.  Casey were one of only 38 companies to be awarded this international accolade.

This award shows the commitment Casey has shown to managing health, safety and welfare in a sensible and effective way.

Paul Turner, Director, said "This is a great result to get Distinction for the second year in a row.  We must thanks our Management Teams and Workforce for working safely and for their significant contributions to this award."


P Casey (Land Reclamation) Ltd announce the winning of another prestige contract to restore the Grade 2 listed King’s Gardens in Southport for Sefton Borough Council.  This project follows closely on Casey’s BALI overall Grand Award and the Principal Award in the Restoration and Regeneration Category at the National Landscape Awards 2012 for their Lichfield Parks project.

grand award 2012principal award 2012P Casey (Land Reclamation) Ltd have won the prestigious BALI Grand Award for their extensive refurbishment of two historic parks in the centre of Lichfield.

Already recognised by BALI for this project, Casey won the Principal Award for the Restoration and Regeneration Category, and the Grand Award at the Awards Ceremony at Grosvenor House on 7th December.

Held annually to recognise excellence in landscape design, construction and maintenance by members of the British Association of Landscape Industries, this year's awards were hosted by BBC presenter and newsreader Huw Edwards.

peakvalley labourPeak Valley Housing Association has awarded The Casey Group a £2.7m environmental improvement project to transform the Hattersley housing estate in Tameside.


More than 900 homes will be improved over the next 12 months with new secure fencing, boundary repairs, garden improvements and new driveways.

Eastlands Homes have awarded Casey the UK's first large-scale PassivHaus retrofit project to be undertaken in occupied properties.

Eastlands Homes is applying the principles of the PassivHaus to achieve the much lauded EnerPHit Standard, as recognised by the PassivHaus Institute, to refurbish 32 apartments in Longsight as part of its Decent Homes programme.  It is the first large-scale adoption in the UK of this approach, and also the first time it has been carried out while residents continue living in the properties.  Excellent resident liaison will be key to this scheme, and the Casey Resident Liaison Team will be working hard to ensure a high quality finish with minimum disruption.

The works comprise an external envelope upgrade to PassivHaus Enerphit standards, including new flat roof, external insulation and cladding, high performance windows and doors, improvements to communal areas, new waste management area and associated hard and soft landscaping works including a bespoke community led public realm scheme.  Internal improvements include enhanced insulation and general Decent Homes works comprising new kitchen, bathroom, associated electrical and plumbing works, insulation of solid floors, decoration and a new mechanical ventilation heat recovery system.