Higgins Construction were amongst politicians and community members speaking at the recent Finsbury Park Regeneration Conference organised to discuss Finsbury Park’s future development.
Higgins Construction and New City College have launched an innovative pre-employment traineeship programme to give 18-24 year olds the opportunity to gain an introduction into the construction industry. The programme is aimed at those who may be unemployed or not ready for employment or a traineeship.
Higgins Construction will be sponsoring and speaking at the third Finsbury Park Regeneration Conference being held on Saturday 25th March 2017.
Higgins Construction is searching for its next wave of apprentices through a series of events across London which have been organised to support this year’s National Apprenticeship Week.
A picture can tell a thousand words and for artist Lisa Drew, the pictures and faces of the community at the Kings Crescent Estate in Hackney have come together to create one exciting exhibition.
10 children from the local community centre at St Luke’s have created some eye-catching artwork for Higgins Construction’s hoarding at its King Square Estate site in Islington.
Students from years four to six from four primary schools in Hackney have had the chance to put their enterprise skills to the test at a Higgins Construction site in London on a very special competition day.
The regeneration of a key stretch of Garratt Lane in Earlsfield has taken another step forward with the appointment of a developer tasked with providing new housing on council owned “brownfield” sites along with a brand new, modern community health centre.
Higgins Construction, Hackney Council and View Training are hosting a Careers Fair on Wednesday 1st February 2017 from 1pm to 4pm to help students and those looking to get back into work kick start their careers.