Centenary Quay, Southampton

26 November 2020

Jackson Rowe have been appointed to work alongside Crest Nicholson to deliver their Employment & Skills Plan. This exciting project in Southampton, due to be completed in July 2021, will be carried out over 2 phases.

Phase 4b is a private development consisting of 165 private dwellings. Phase 4c is a mixed tenure development of 87 apartments and 16 houses.

Jackson Rowe are passionate about delivering excellence to all our clients across our services. Our business encompasses professional dispute and construction experts, who work as part of their teams, at all stages of their project, to create positive experiences.

Jackson Rowe will work with Wellbeing@Work, The Disability Confident Scheme, City College Southampton and other local colleges to build on the number of jobs and apprenticeships already created on the project. To date, Crest Nicholson have successfully delivered 24 work experience opportunities to the local community and created new employment for graduates recently out of university.

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