REACHing out for a factory space!

31st October 2018

REACH Homes is a non-profit Community Interest Company based in Heeley, winners of the 2017 Sheffield Business Awards.

Set up to build affordable homes , we have a fantastic product ready to start manufacture. Our eco-homes, made from 60% recycled materials, are poised to change the market for affordable housing in the Sheffield area. We will be changing lives for many people, both customers and the young people who will be learning sustainable building techniques with us. This is part of the modular housing revolution which is going to change the way housing is done and Sheffield can play a major part once again in a cutting edge development in manufacturing. As a fledgling company ready to scale we are looking for a factory share to see us through our first phase. We're looking for a compatible business with around 20.000' of spare space. Power, access for container lorries, a yard area and possibly office space we're quite flexible and have funding secured. We want this business to be based in Sheffield and we hope one of our fellow Chamber members will come good for us and offer us the room we need to get this show on the road. Anyone with a potentially suitable premises please contact Jon on 07882209137

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