innovation chain nwHaving recently been appointed to the Innovation Chain North West for newbuild contracts across the North West, Casey has secured the first two projects let under the agreement.

Waithlands Road, Rochdale, is a development of modern, affordable terraced properties for Rochdale Boroughwide Housing, while the Tabley Superior scheme in Knutsford is a development to provide much needed affordable housing for Peaks and Plains Housing Trust.

Rochdale-Boroughwide-HousingThe Waithlands Road project comprises site clearance and reclamation of the land plus the construction of six houses together with on- and off-site drainage, service connections and diversions, and landscaping.

The building will have a timber frame and be built to Code for Sustainable HomesLevel 2, as well as being Secured by Design.  The work is due to start in June.


Paul Clark, Director of CJ Partnership, the architects who designed the scheme, said,  "This is very much a local community project involving local companies.  The bespoke design will have a positive impact on the street-scape, tidying up a derelict vacant corner site, whilst providing spacious modern accommocation for local families."

Dave Kelly, Project Manager at Casey, commented, "As a Rochdale lad myself working for a Rochdale contractor, I am delighted to be working collaboratively with Rochdale Boroughwide Housing Design and Build, CJ Architects and Kevin Shea Associates on this exciting new scheme."


peaksplainsThe Tabley scheme for Cheshire Peaks & Plains Housing Trust is being developed to provide much needed affordable housing for local people with a strong local connnection and a proven housing need.



The scheme comprises the design and construction of eight dwellings.  These will consist of three 3-bed housins, one 2-bed bungalow and four 2-bed houses.  It has been designed to meed Code for Sustainable Homes Level 3 with a major emphasis on 'Fabric First' with high levels of insulation leading to much reduced utility bills for residents.