Leeds Property News: Miller Homes helps children be ‘seen and safe’ this winter

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As the winter nights begin to draw in, the housebuilder is working with primary school children across the region to help educate young people about general health and safety and the importance of staying safe near construction sites.

As part of the initiative, the children will meet Tony Haigh, Miller Homes’ regional safety advisor, who will explain some basics about health and safety during a fun and interactive session at schools across the region.

The children and their schoolmates will also receive a branded reflective wrist band to help them be safe and seen during the dark winter months.

Tony Haigh said: “As a business it’s very important to us we work closely with the communities in which we operate. As the winter months approach, health and safety is often at the forefront of everyone’s mind and we wanted to take the opportunity to provide some guidance to children living close to our sites about the importance of being aware of potential hazards. Although there is a serious message behind this, the sessions will ensure the children develop an understanding of the importance of health and safety in everyday life.”

Miller Homes has nine developments located across the region, from Ollerton and Gainsborough to Bradford and Harrogate with properties ranging from two bedroom apartments to five-bedroom luxury homes.

Prices currently range from £69,995 for a one-bedroom apartment at its Stonebridge Fold development in East Ardsley up to £820,000 for a luxury five bedroom flagship home in the heart of Harrogate.

Visit www.millerhomes.co.uk or call 03331 309 883.

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