Fleur Managing Director, Joff Brooker, recently had the honour of purchasing the launch model of Mercedes’ first all-electric car from their Norwich show room. Fleur are keen to lead the way when it comes to going green on the roads, with Construction Manager, David Gluckstein also driving a fully-electric car, while Creative Director, Juliette Hopkins, drives a hybrid Volvo. As part of the refurbishment project for our new offices in Holt, the Directors all agreed that installing electric chargers was a […]
We are delighted that North Norfolk District Council are using our Weybourne site, The Parishes, as an example of good development and are listing it as a case study in the Local Plan. They stated:
‘Overall, this is a great example of a new housing development which has actively contributed to the character of the area and secured high quality homes which respect their setting.’
On Saturday 6th July, a team of four from Fleur Homes – Jamie Bird, Hayley Humphrey, James Dafforn and Ben Llewellyn – will take on the 32 mile walk from Great Yarmouth Pier to Cromer Pier in aid of the charity EACH.
Having looked to take on a challenge for charity for some time, Land & Development Director, Jamie Bird, thought the Pier to Pier challenge would be just the thing, plus it could be combined with a team building exercise.
Fleur Homes joined the movers and shakers of London’s property industry last Friday, when we attended the London Evening Standard Property Awards lunch at The Dorchester Hotel, Park Lane. A prestigious awards ceremony and sponsored by Close Brothers, we were honoured to be on the sponsors table, hosted by Oliver Powlesland, Close Brothers’ Business Development Director (pictured with Fleur’s Founder Juliette Hopkins and Marketing Manager, Rachel Goodman).
Setting high standards across all the awards categories, the event was well-attended by London […]
Fleur’s beautiful new office in Holt is not only packed with stylish furnishings, it was designed to be mindful of staff Wellness in the Workplace too. On the ground floor a large kitchen/dining/sitting room (pictured) encourages staff to eat lunch away from their desks and to use the sociable seating area for some rest and relaxation.