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Wienerberger focusing on social housing

  • 3 Feb 2017

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The leading provider of wall, roof and landscaping innovations, Wienerberger, has announced a significant investment to support Government targets to help with the sustainable supply of best value housing.

Following the appointment of a new social housing team, the innovative manufacturer is venutring into the social housing sector. After 15 years of experience with Wienerberger’s Sandtoft Roof Tiles, John Haris is heading up the devision as National Sales Manager.

John Christopher (Chris) and Mark Mayatt, Business Development Managers, will be joining the team and working with John. Chris will be providing technical expertise across social housing in the North and Midlands and Mark will provide the new team with national coverage.

John explains that Wienerberger want to se a new build standard that focuses on improving quality of the built environment and the lives of social housing tenants. He believes that creating a social team of specialists is key to making this happen and compliments the existing efforts to deliver a more sustainable and accessible future for housing.

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