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Trespa panels installed at school by Unitas

Unitas and John Daniels Builders brighten up Holden Lane Primary School with new Trespa panels

Stoke-on-Trent City Council asked Unitas to help restore the retaining walls of the outdoor play area at Holden Lane Primary School as the original painted brickwork had started to weather. Unitas worked alongside John Daniels Builders, a contractor based in Stoke-on-Trent, to fit the multi-coloured laminate panels and brighten up ...
Helen from Fegg Hayes Futures with activity packs

Unitas praised by charity for stepping up to aid Stoke-on-Trent families during COVID-19

Unitas Stoke-on-Trent Ltd has been praised for stepping up to help its community during the coronavirus crisis. The council housing repairs and maintenance company has been working with Fegg Hayes Futures, the charity behind The Hub @ ST6 in Fegg Hayes. The Hub is being used for food distribution and ...

Safety apprentice Katie Ford gains valuable experience away from her desk with Unitas

Katie Ford has gained valuable experience, a wage and a job which enables her to work away from her desk, thanks to an apprenticeship with Unitas. The 17-year-old Safety, Health and Environment (SHE) apprentice has been at the Stoke-on-Trent council housing maintenance and repairs company for a year and a ...
Norton Sports & Social Club New Ramp

Wheelchair users have better access to social club thanks to Unitas CSR project

Wheelchair users now have easier access to a social club thanks to a ?23K Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) project. Unitas Stoke-on-Trent Ltd, the city council?s housing repairs and maintenance company, managed and directed contractors to install an access ramp at Norton Central Social Club, in Knypersley Road. Councillor Joanne Powell-Beckett, ...
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