Posted 3rd May

Lanzet Kitchens secures several development contracts for 2019

3rd May 2019 - 07:00am
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Kitchen supplier Lanzet has secured several contracts for new developments in 2019, as well as nearing completion of Islington Wharf Locks, a new housing complex in Ancoats, Manchester.

Lanzet has installed 101 kitchens over the last nine months for the Manchester complex, developed by Eric Wright Construction. “Eric Wright Construction has been working with Lanzet for a six-month period,” said site manager Stuart Schofield.

“We are very happy with how the project has been run by Lanzet. The fitters are a credit to Lanzet: they are very knowledgeable and the quality is top priority.”

For the rest of 2019, Lanzet will be supplying and fitting 256 kitchens for a new Balfour Beatty waterside apartment complex, Whapping Wharf in Bristol, as well as 91 kitchens for Cala Homes Chiltern’s Wallingford site.

The company will also be supplying kitchens for 75 properties at Cala Staines’ new Deepcut development, and 156 kitchens for the new luxury Peas Pottage development in West Sussex by Thakeham Homes.

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