Nottingham’s Lord Mayor officially opened the new Homeserve HQ in Bulwell today. The re-furbished facilities at Aspect House, Blenheim Industrial Estate, Bulwell, Nottingham is a vote of confidence in Nottingham and will see jobs on the site increase from 250 to 350. It also houses their new national training centre for heating and plumbing engineers.

Councillor Sam Webster, Portfolio Holder for Business, Education and Skills at Nottingham City Council, said; “I’m pleased to welcome Homeserve to their new larger office space. They have worked closely with Nottingham City Council to bring this new office to life, working closely with,  planning, transport, property and business development teams.

“Homeserve are now a major employer in Nottingham, contributing to the growth of the local economy and providing opportunities for jobs.  Their active apprentice scheme, run from a purpose built training centre will support future Nottingham generations into work.”

Staff on site today were universally positive about the new location and senior staff from Homeserve (Craig Blake, Paul Norse and Greg Reed) all praised Nottingham City Council for the support over the past two years to fulfil the aim of moving to a new larger site.

Picture shows Lord Mayor of Nottingham Cllr Mike Edwards with (L-R) Bulwell Councillors John Hartshorne, Ginny Klein and Jackie Morris with Craig Blake – Director of Estates at Homeserve.