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Return To Home Building

Last week the Government announced that construction can begin again on home & childcare construction sites on April 12th. While Kavco Group is delighted that we can pick up tools again across a wide range of social housing projects, we are disappointed that work cannot return to the wider construction industry until a proposed date of May 4th. 

Over 20,000 members of our industry remain unemployed as a result of government restrictions and the latest announcements will unfortunately prolong many of their situations and indeed risks the loss of employment altogether.

Kavco Group has persevered throughout the pandemic in keeping it’s staff of over 100 employed and after the latest announcement we look forward to getting back to work to provide badly needed social housing for the wider community.

If you would like to keep up to date with any of our current projects, you can check them out on our website or by following us on our social media channels for regular updates.

If there is anything at all that we here at Kavco Group can help you with, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us and we will provide assistance where possible.

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