Leading paint manufacturer Crown Paints will be bringing home the benefits of supply chain collaboration at the forthcoming Procurement for Housing (PfH) Live conference by showcasing a range of solutions designed to help specifiers working in the social housing sector create colourful, cost-effective and high-quality decoration schemes.
The key industry event, which takes place from 25th-27th June as part of the annual Chartered Institute of Housing event in Manchester, will see Crown take up position on Stand P11. From here specifiers will be able to find out more about Crown’s specification support packages, which include guidance on appropriate colour schemes and help with product specification to improve standards and reduce maintenance cycles, as well as the company’s innovative product range of exterior and interior paints and specialist coatings.
A housing association has highlighted the positive impact that apprenticeships and traineeships have on individuals, businesses and the economy.
Hightown Housing Association says 19-year-old Levi Pierre apprentice has shown great potential and will become a role model for future learners.
Levi, who lives in Hemel Hempstead, spends four days a week at Hightown as a Property Maintenance Apprentice and one day a week studying at West Herts College for his Property Maintenance qualification.