Staff Enjoy a Trip to Birmingham
Ainsley Gommon staff enjoyed perfect spring weather for their annual away day on Friday 18th May 2018. Birmingham was the chosen venue to look at recent architecture, landscape and infrastructure projects and it proved to be a good choice with some excellent and inspirational projects to visit.
Planning permission granted for Engineering Building extension at Coleg Cambria
Full planning approval has been obtained for a £1.5 million extension to Coleg Cambria’s ‘Centre of Engineering Excellence’ facility on their Deeside campus in Connah’s Quay.
Ainsley Gommon Supports Local Charities through ProHelp Wirral
Ainsley Gommon continues to support local charities through the ProHelp Wirral. We have recently been mentioned in their press release.
Fantastic Opening Event of New Church Hall for St. John The Divine, Wirral
Ainsley Gommon is pleased to have helped the community of St. John The Divine, Frankby in the delivery of their new church hall. The official opening of the new building took place on Sunday 25 March 2018.
HPBC Project to Bring 'New Life' to Toxteth
Exciting coverage of our scheme with HPBC and Onward in this months Catholic Pic.
HPBC's St Bernard's Church Conversion & New Build Has Been Approved at Today's Planning Committee
Ainsley Gommon have successfully secured planning approval for HPBC’s conversion of the former St Bernard’s Church and new build scheme, Liverpool, at today’s planning committee.
Progression on Site at The Calico's Well Being Project Burnley Received Well in the Local Press
Works are progressing well on site for Calico’s the well being project in Burnley.
Official Opening of Ysgol Awel Y Mynydd
Kirsty Williams AM, Cabinet Secretary for Education has officially opened Ysgol Awel Y Mynydd, Llandudno Junction’s new area primary school.
Opening Of The Green Gallery At The Williamson Art Gallery, Slatey Road, Birkenhead
On Saturday 11th November 2017, the Williamson and Priory Friends held an event at the Williamson Art Gallery to mark the completion of the initial phase of planting at The Green Gallery.