Benjamin Stevens Estate Agency has won the contract to act as the sole agency for Metropolitan Thames Valley for all five phases of ‘The Rise’ in Alperton, North West London.The contract didn’t come via the usual channels of contacting the developers requesting a meeting, instead, the developers contacted Benjamin Stevens having seen their social media marketing campaign, asking to speak to the Wembley Hub team after seeing its Facebook Group.Benjamin Stevens launched its first hub in September 2018, covering the Wembley and Harrow area and drummed up attention through social media.Metropolitan Thames Valley got in contact and asked the Benjamin Stevens team to pitch for the sole agency agreement.Benjamin Stevens won the contract for all five phases of the build – 51 private sale flats, ranging from 1 beds, 2 beds and duplex 3 bedroom flats available. All of the 2 and 3 bedroom apartments come with an allocated parking bay. Phase 1 and two are on the market now.The whole project is due to be completed by April 2019.Benjamin Stevens has a full marketing suite and a full marketing campaign across all social media outlets will publicise the properties.Steven said, “While I am a firm believer in maintaining personal contact with your clients, there is no denying the power of social media as marketing tool. It’s often hard to measure whether social media marketing campaigns are successful, but with this particular partnership with Metropolitan Thames Valley, we can see how staying current can become new business.”North West London development Alperton Benjamin Stevens Estate Agency The Rise April 4, 2019The NegotiatorWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021 Home » News » Land & New Homes » Social media wins deal for Benjamin Stevens previous nextLand & New HomesSocial media wins deal for Benjamin StevensThe Negotiator4th April 20190527 Views
Environment, Infrastructure, Press Release Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf today announced the approval of 15 drinking water, wastewater, storm water, and non-point source projects across 12 counties through the Pennsylvania Infrastructure Investment Authority (PENNVEST).“PENNVEST continues our commitment to clean water with the approvals of these loans and grants for a variety of water quality improvement projects in all corners of the commonwealth.” said Governor Wolf. “These projects benefit the environment, economic development, and public health and will further our shared goal of a clean and safe environment for our families to enjoy, as well as, my vision for a better Pennsylvania, both now and for years to come.”A list of project summaries follows:PENNVEST Drinking Water Projects:Bucks CountyWarminster Township Municipal Authority received a $11,583,000 loan to construct 12 units to treat the water to levels of “Non-Detect” level for Perfluorinated compounds. *Cambria CountyReade Township Municipal Authority received a $1,570,000 loan to replace approximately 1,350 feet of distribution line, 8,750 feel of raw water transmission line, and 420 residential meters.Clearfield and Jefferson CountiesFalls Creek Borough Municipal Authority received a $1,329,200 loan and $670,800 grant to construction an interconnection with the City of DuBois, a control meter vault, pressure reducing valve vault and 12,600 feet of water transmission line.PENNVEST Wastewater Projects:Cambria CountyEbensburg Municipal Authority received a $9,000,000 loan to replace 60,500 feet of main line piping, manholes and laterals comprising most of the wastewater collection system. **Hastings Area Sewer Authority received a loan of $9,520,899 and $3,154,101 grant to replace approximately 56,000 feet of existing sewer mains, 275 manholes, 695 laterals/observation ports and all other necessary appurtenances. **City of Johnstown received a $10,900,000 loan to construct 33,900 feet of sewer line, 8,400 feet of pipe liner, 205 manholes and 510 lateral inspection ports. **West Taylor Township received an $856,623 loan and $343,377 grant to rehabilitate sewer lines, manholes, and extension of service.Elk and Jefferson CountiesBrockway Area Sewer Authority received a $2,993,603 loan and $1,510,765 grant to upgrade components at the wastewater treatment facility, replace sewer lines, pump stations and force main.Erie CountyLake City Municipal Sewer Authority received a $4,612,000 loan to upgrade and expand their wastewater sewer facilities, provide a new lift station and force main. This project supports the retention of 420 local commercial and industrial jobs.Fayette CountyFairchance-Georges Joint Municipal Sewage Authority received a $15,759,284 loan and $4,247,716 grant to expand the capacity of the existing treatment facility, as well as a pump station and 89,750 ft. of sewer line extension into Georges Township. **McKean CountyBradford Sanitary Authority received a $4,652,200 loan and $2,347,800 grant to construct two new aerobic digesters, new chlorine building, extended outfall diffuser, sludge dewatering, belt filter presses, activated sludge pumps and other related treatment facility rehabilitation and upgrades.Monroe CountyWhite Oak Country Estates Property Owners Association received a $775,000 loan to construct a new pre-cast concrete in ground package plant.Non-point Source Water Quality Improvement Projects:Allegheny CountyHomestead Borough received a $1,209,656 loan to install green infrastructure in a partnership with Steel Valley School District. The project will capture and infiltrate all the runoff form the site through the installation of four infiltration trenches with 18,900 cubic feet of storage.Storm Water Projects:Cumberland CountyMount Holly Springs Borough received a $1,640,650 grant to install approximately 2,088 feet of storm sewer pipe, 245 feet of grass drainage swales, installation of 26 inlets and installation of one rain garden and adjacent bollards.Northampton CountyBangor Borough received a $1,986,826 grant to eliminate the existing slate box culvert and replace it with a 66” storm sewer adequately sized to convey storm flows and prevent further property damage.* denotes projects that have Drinking Water State Revolving Funds** denotes projects that are funded with Clean Water State Revolving FundsThe funding comes from a combination of state funds approved by voters, federal grants to PENNVEST from the Environmental Protection Agency, and recycled loan repayments from previous PENNVEST funding awards. Funds for the projects are disbursed after bills for work have been paid and receipts submitted to PENNVEST.For more information, visit www.pennvest.pa.gov or call 717-783-6798. SHARE Email Facebook Twitter October 18, 2017 Governor Wolf Announces Investment in Water Infrastructure Projects in 12 Counties
SHARE Email Facebook Twitter Economy, Education, Infrastructure, PAsmart, Press Release, Workforce Development Harrisburg, PA – Today, Governor Tom Wolf announced new funding for the acquisition and renovation of a property located at 101 S. Seventh St., Allentown, to turn it into a lab space enabling the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) to expand their apprenticeship programs, strengthening the local workforce.“One of the goals of my PAsmart initiative is to invest in apprenticeships, which offer rewarding careers for Pennsylvanians in a number of skilled trades,” Governor Wolf said. “This funding will help expand the IBEW’s apprenticeship program, providing opportunities for new labs and classrooms to train the next generation of electrical workers.”IBEW Local Union No. 375 was awarded $1 million for acquisition and renovation of the nearly 35,000-square-foot building. The renovations will result in new offices, meeting space, classrooms and electric labs for training the next generation of electricians. Renovation work includes new entrances, new roofing, interior partitions, and mechanical, electrical, and plumbing improvements. Additionally, the project includes ADA upgrades and improvements to the entire streetscape, including new trees, sidewalks and curbing.“An important part of a healthy and growing economy is the availability of a qualified and skilled workforce,” said Senate Appropriations Committee Chairman Pat Browne. “This RACP for IBEW 375 for renovations to expand its training and apprenticeship programs at its new headquarters in downtown Allentown will help ensure electrical workers entering the job market have the necessary training and skills to perform work that is both high-quality and extremely safe. Working with my colleagues and the governor, providing financial support to attract employers and employees to the Lehigh Valley and across Pennsylvania and make sure they receive proper training is a critical investment for the fiscal success of the Commonwealth.”The newly-purchased and renovated building will enable the IBEW to expand the number of apprentices accepted into the program and trained annually. The expanded training classes will lead to more skilled electrical workers, providing workers with family-sustaining jobs and giving local manufacturers a greater talent pool from which to hire.“Location matters. IBEW has a great history of training the next generation of tradespeople. By locating their new facility in our urban core, IBEW is ensuring that all folks will have an opportunity to access these great family sustaining jobs,” said Rep. Peter Schweyer.“The modern job is one that requires training and skills,” said Rep. Mike Schlossberg. “Our friends at the IBEW have been promoting high wage, high skill jobs for decades. I’m proud to have worked with my colleagues in the legislature and the governor’s office to help make this project a reality.”Supported through the Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program (RACP) program, funding will support critical expansion projects, some of which will provide opportunities for additional economic development. Governor Wolf Announces Funding to Expand International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Apprenticeship Programs in the Lehigh Valley August 14, 2018
Healthy Schools LLC, in partnership with Miami-Dade County Public Schools (M-DCPS), will offer no-cost, in-school tetanus, diphtheria, and whooping cough – also called pertussis – (Tdap) vaccinations to sixth-grade students. The booster is required by Florida law before a child enters 7th grade.The Tdap booster will be administered by nurses from Healthy Schools at clinics set up at middle schools and K-8 centers between May 21 and May 31, 2018. Parents should contact their child’s school for specific dates and times of the clinics. A consent form will be sent home with each student. Parents or guardians may either complete the paper form and return it to the school any day before the clinic day scheduled for their child’s school or sign up at www.miamiitdap.com/6 between April 30 and May 11, 2018. Children will not be vaccinated without the completed consent form.The paper consent form will available in English and Spanish. Parents/guardians who would like an additional copy of the paper consent form or require additional languages, please email [email protected] more information about Healthy Schools LLC, questions or for assistance in completing the consent form, please call School Operations/ Comprehensive Health Services at 305 805-4600.