P Casey (Land Reclamation) Ltd announce the winning of another prestige contract to restore the Grade 2 listed King’s Gardens in Southport for Sefton Borough Council.  This project follows closely on Casey’s BALI overall Grand Award and the Principal Award in the Restoration and Regeneration Category at the National Landscape Awards 2012 for their Lichfield Parks project.

Read the January 2013 edition of construct, our bi-monthly newsletter, here.

This edition contains a New Year's message from Tony Chell, our Managing Director, plus an article about our recent success with the top BALI National Landscape Award.

We also have a great article about how you can cut your vehicle fuel bills, plus a topic in the media at the moment, thanks to Coronation Street, about Gas Safety.

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Read the March 2013 edition of construct, our bi-monthly newsletter, here.

This edition contains an important announcement from our Chairman, Peter Casey, plus information about recent successes for our Building division.

We also have a feature about our Plant Hire division.

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grand award 2012principal award 2012P Casey (Land Reclamation) Ltd have won the prestigious BALI Grand Award for their extensive refurbishment of two historic parks in the centre of Lichfield.

Already recognised by BALI for this project, Casey won the Principal Award for the Restoration and Regeneration Category, and the Grand Award at the Awards Ceremony at Grosvenor House on 7th December.

Held annually to recognise excellence in landscape design, construction and maintenance by members of the British Association of Landscape Industries, this year's awards were hosted by BBC presenter and newsreader Huw Edwards.

peakvalley labourPeak Valley Housing Association has awarded The Casey Group a £2.7m environmental improvement project to transform the Hattersley housing estate in Tameside.


More than 900 homes will be improved over the next 12 months with new secure fencing, boundary repairs, garden improvements and new driveways.