stamford park bali logoFor the second year running, a major public park restoration scheme carried out by Casey has won the BALI Principal Award in the category of Restoration and Regeneration Scheme.

Stamford Park in Stalybridge was completed in summer 2012.

The judges had this to say about this scheme:

"This Heritage Lottery and local council funded restoration of a Victorian park Near Stalybridge, north of Manchester, has saved a once beautiful public space from neglect and abandonment. The contractor, and last year’s Grand Award winner, has used its well-honed expertise to transform the park. A large area has been re-graded and re-shaped; terraces, a reservoir, boating house and all railings have been refurbished; large ‘urns’  have been restored and repaired, water courses reconstructed; the list goes on. This was a major undertaking that has been completed with expertise and sensitivity by the contractor, resulting in excellent client satisfaction."

The BALI Award ceremony, held in London on 6 December was hosted by actor, comedian and writer Hugh Dennis, who presented the award to Casey Director, Mike Cafferkey.

“We are delighted to have won the BALI Principal Award for Stamford Park. The Judge’s Comments acknowledging our expertise and sensitivity in delivering the works was especially gratifying.” said Mike.

You can read more about this scheme in our Case Studies.